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Issue: #13
Published: February-March 1945, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Oskar Lebeck
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Publishing Format:
Notes: Copyright 1945, by Oskar Lebeck.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Uncle Wiggily; Albert the Alligator
Credits: Pencils: Walt Kelly | Inks: Walt Kelly
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Uncle Wiggily Albert The Alligator

Text Story (1 page) Bucky Horse
Synopsis: Bucky discovers how to lift the pasture bars off with his teeth and walk through the gap into the farmhouse yard. He has fun pulling clothespins from the washline until a sheet is suddenly blown over his head, blinding him. Terrified, he races blindly off the bluff and falls into the river. Swimming desperately, and confused, he squeals MAMA! Molly comes, pushes him to shore. Lesson learned: Bucky never pulled clothespins again!
Credits: Script: Gaylord Du Bois | Pencils: Walt Kelly | Inks: Walt Kelly | Letters: typeset
Genre: Animal Children
Characters: Bucky Horse (a Baby Horse) Billy Breeze (the Wind, Anthropomorphic) Molly Mare (Bucky's Mother)

Comic Story (10 pages) Helping the Homeless
Featuring: Uncle Wiggily
Synopsis: Robert Raccoon tells Uncle Wiggily an owl drove his family from their cozy home in the hollow tree. Mama sobs he ate one of her children. Wiggily is fooled by a sign for a gypsy inn; Junior warns him it's an alligator! Mrs. Groundhog accepts the family at her inn. Bob takes Wiggily in the baby cart (because Wiggily's rheumatism) to attend to Owl. Buggsy joins them at the tree home, Wiggily frees him from many sticky things. A sticky device traps "cannibal" Owl. Wings, talons clipped! All's well. Buggsy's sticking with Wiggily!
Credits: Script: Gaylord Du Bois [as Howard R. Garis] | Pencils: H. R. McBride | Inks: H. R. McBride
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Uncle Wiggily Longears (a Rheumatic Rabbit) Robert "Bob" Raccoon Mama Raccoon Junior Raccoon Child Raccoon Baby Raccoon Alligator Mrs. Groundhog Mr. Savage Owl Buggsy Bug

Comic Story (8 pages)
Featuring: Hector the Henpecked Rooster
Synopsis: Hector fakes his death to get back at his wife.
Credits: Script: John Stanley | Pencils: Rube Grossman | Inks: Rube Grossman | Letters: Suzanne Seaborne
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Hector The Henpecked Rooster Mrs. Bertha Henpeck Herman

Comic Story (9 pages)
Featuring: Blackie
Credits: Script: John Stanley | Pencils: Tom Golden | Inks: Tom Golden
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Blackie Wally Wooly Willy Wolf

Comic Story (8 pages) Albert the Whaler
Featuring: Albert the Alligator
Credits: Script: Walt Kelly | Pencils: Walt Kelly | Inks: Walt Kelly
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Albert Pogo Uncle Antler Howland Owl Captain Churchy La Femme

Comic Story (7 pages) --And you will fall into the arms of a tall dark man!"
Featuring: Cilly Goose
Synopsis: Cilly Goose tries to become a fortune teller.
Credits: Script: John Stanley | Pencils: Otto Feuer | Inks: Otto Feuer
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Cilly Goose Mrs. Van Oinke Homer

Statement Of Ownership (0 pages) Statement of Ownership, Management, Circulation, Etc.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (6 pages) Wheeled Wooden Ducklings
Featuring: Raggedy Animals
Synopsis: Rollerskating, L.B. exhorts Eddie to speed, who demurs, comments he isn't built for it, sits on a log, removes the skates, tosses them, hitting Quacky who sits on her eggs. She leaves Eddie in charge, going for groceries. The ducklings hatch, see L.B.'s skates, return to their shells, regrow their legs and feet as wheels, lead the boys a merry chase on the water. Catching 'em in the overturned canoe, the boys see Quacky returning, angry. Ducklings skate off, Quacky weeps she can't catch 'em. Eddie gives her his skates, solving her problem, and his!
Credits: Script: Gaylord Du Bois | Pencils: George Kerr | Inks: George Kerr
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Eddie Elephant [E.E.] (a Talking Stuffed Toy Elephant) Little Brown Bear [L.B.] (a Talking Stuffed Teddy-bear) Quacky Doodles (a Talking Wooden Toy Duck) Three Wooden Ducklings

Text Story (1 page) A Friend in Need
Synopsis: Philip and Tuck leave Patsy alone in the house. She playfully knocks over a box of matches to the floor. They spill. One by one they ignite. The curtains catch fire. Patsy meows for help. Tuck scratches through the screen door, picks Patsy up by her nape, and delivers her to safety outside as Philip and Mother attend the fire. Patsy and Tuck play.
Credits: Script: Gaylord Du Bois | Pencils: Walt Kelly | Inks: Walt Kelly | Letters: typeset
Characters: Philip (a Boy) Tuck (his Big Airdale) Patsy (the Kitten) Philip's Mother

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Elephunnies
Synopsis: The monkey turns the elephant's trunk into a scary puppet.
Credits: Script: Walt Kelly | Pencils: Walt Kelly | Inks: Walt Kelly
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals

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