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Funny Picture Stories v1 #01 [Nov'36][Centaur]-The Clock only
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Comment: The reprint in Keen Detective Funnies Vol. 1 #8 is scanned better. Great intro story for this character, the first masked hero in an American comic book! I am a newly minted fan.
 
 

Volume: #1, Issue: #1
Published: November 1936, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: William Cook
Color: Color Cover; Black & White And Color Interior Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Paper Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Funny PICTURE STORIES is published monthly by Comics Magazine Company, Inc., 420 DeSoto Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. Editorial Office, 12 West 42nd Street, New York, N. Y. Application for second class entry pending at post office, St. Louis, Mo., under the Act of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription price: One (1) year, 12 issues, in the United States and its Possessions, and Canada, $1.00. Single copies, 10 cents. Order of stories, synopses and credits added from scan of credit page, actual contents and page lengths of stories need to be verified from actual copy. On sale date from the publication date as submitted to the U.S. Copyright Office found in the Catalog of Copyright Entries, Part 2, Periodicals, 1936, New Series, Volume 31, Number 4. Class B periodical. Copyright registration number B 313517.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Alias The Clock
Featuring: The Clock
Credits: Pencils: George Brenner | Inks: George Brenner ?
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: The Clock

Foreword, Introduction, Preface, Afterword (1 page) Contents
Synopsis: Short synopses and credits for each of the stories in the issue.
Credits: Letters: Typeset

Comic Story (7 pages) Alias The Clock
Featuring: The Clock
Synopsis: The Clock captures a night-watchman who was in on a jewel heist.
Credits: Script: George Brenner | Pencils: George Brenner | Inks: George Brenner
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: The Clock (introduction ?)

Comic Story (7 pages) The Border War
Featuring: Tom Campbell
Synopsis: "Tom Campbell, Yank soldier of fortune, takes a fling along the banana border." (synopsis from table of contents).
Credits: Script: Ed Moore [as E. McD. Moore, Jr.] | Pencils: Ed Moore [as E. McD. Moore, Jr.] | Inks: Ed Moore [as E. McD. Moore, Jr.]
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Tom Campbell

Comic Story (7 pages) Red Dolan
Featuring: Red Dolan
Synopsis: "Young Dolan knew his pal was not guilty - but he had to take a big chance to prove it." (synopsis from table of contents).
Credits: Script: Joe Campbell [as Joe Campbell, Jr.] | Pencils: Joe Campbell [as Joe Campbell, Jr.] | Inks: Joe Campbell [as Joe Campbell, Jr.]
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Red Dolan

Comic Story (8 pages) The Floating City
Featuring: Dick Kent
Synopsis: "The whole world goes topsy-turvy and Dick Kent is trapped by wierd (sic) men above the clouds." (synopsis from the table of contents).
Credits: Script: Arthur Pinajian (credited) | Pencils: Arthur Pinajian (credited) | Inks: Arthur Pinajian (credited)
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Dick Kent

Comic Story (8 pages) Mountain Murder
Synopsis: "Blood-red feud haunted the hills of Tennessee and Jim Tyson trailed his enemy to showdown under the moon." (synopsis from table of contents).
Credits: Script: Joe E. Buresch (credited) | Pencils: Joe E. Buresch (credited) | Inks: Joe E. Buresch (credited)
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Jim Tyson

Comic Story (7 pages) Shanghaied
Synopsis: "A rough, tough and salty gent was Rat Larson, skipper of the Morgelon. But a smuggler meets a weasel. Keno!" (synopsis from table of contents)
Credits: Script: John Patterson [as J. A. Patterson] | Pencils: John Patterson [as J. A. Patterson] | Inks: John Patterson [as J. A. Patterson]
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Rat Larson

Comic Story (2 pages) Wild Horse
Synopsis: "A short, short Western yarn of a range beauty and the puncher who threatened to brand him for keeps." (synopsis from table of contents)
Credits: Script: Buck Ringoe (credited) | Pencils: Bill Allison [as W. M. Allison] | Inks: Bill Allison [as W. M. Allison]
Genre: Western-frontier

Comic Story (8 pages) The Case of the Broken Skull
Featuring: The Spinner
Synopsis: "The Spinner weaves an exciting mystery around romance in the hill cave regions. A real thriller." (synopsis from table of contents).
Credits: Script: Bert Christman (credited) | Pencils: Bert Christman (credited) | Inks: Bert Christman (credited)
Genre: Adventure
Characters: The Spinner (introduction)

Comic Story (7 pages) The Sacred White Elephant
Featuring: Brailey of the Tropics
Synopsis: Thieves angle to take a baby white elephant from Brailey.
Credits: Script: Victor Dowling (credited) | Pencils: Victor Dowling (credited) | Inks: Victor Dowling (credited)
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Joe Brailey Chola Stark Dorothy Korni Rambai (elephant)

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