New Comics #7

    New Comics » New Comics #7 released by DC Comics on August 1, 1936.

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    Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson - Editor & Publisher

    F. Whitney Ellsworth, Vincent A. Sullivan - Associate editors

    Featured in this issue:

    1. "Hello!" ...From The Artists (editorial text)
    2. Captain Jim of the Rangers [part 6] (by Homer Fleming)
    3. Don Coyote [part 7] (by Bill Patrick)
    4. Castaway Island [part 6] (by Tom Cooper)
    5. Ol' Oz Bopp [4] (by Alger [aka Russell Cole])
    6. Captain Quick [part 6] (by Sven Elvén)
    7. Dale Daring - The Drew Mystery [part 4] (by [Dick] Ryan)
    8. Cal 'n' Alec [part 7] (by Bill Patrick)
    9. Sandor and the Lost Civilization [part 3] (by Homer Fleming)
    10. Worth-While Films to Watch For (text article by I. W. Magovern)
    11. Needles [7] (by Al Stahl)
    12. Maginnis of the Mounties [part 4] (by Babe Mather [aka Richard Matheson])
    13. Andy Handy a Man of Action But of Few Words [4] (by Leo E. O'Mealia)
    14. Jungle-Town [1] (by Dick Ryan)
    15. Brain Teasers (by [Richard] Speed)
    16. Famous Poems Pictured [3] Young Lochinvar by Sir Walter Scott (illustrated by Henry Carl Kiefer)
    17. Fore! (by Whit Ellsworth)
    18. She [part 2] (by H. Rider Haggard, illustrated by Sven Elven)
    19. 17-20 on the Black [part 7] (by Tom Cooper)
    20. Steve Conrad on Dolorosa Isle [part 3] (by Fless [aka Creig Flessel])
    21. The Golden Dragon [part 2] (by Tom Hickey)
    22. Slim and Tex [part 4] (by A. Leslie Ross)
    23. Cap'n Spiniker [part 11] (by Tom Cooper)
    24. Magic! (text article by Andrini the Great)
    25. The Book Shelf (text article by Marjorie Knight)
    26. Chikko Chakko [6] (by Ellis Edwards) [continued from Funny Pages #1]
    27. The Vikings [part 7] (by Anthony [aka Alex Anthony Blum])
    28. Goofo the Great [4] (by Alger [aka Russell Cole])
    29. King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table [part 5]
    30. Ray & Gail [part 6] (by Clemens Gretter)
    31. A Tale of Two Cities [part 4] (by Charles Dickens, illustrated narrative by Merna Gamble)
    32. Federal Men [part 6] (by Jerome Siegel and Joe Shuster)
    33. It's a Dern Lie [7] (as told by Francis Bacheller, Phillips ME; illustrated by Bill Patrick)


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