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  1. I think that splash was used as the cover of one of my British reprints.
  2. My copy is a little rough but it has a little extra room at the top of the cover.
  3. ...but he has a really nice car. We should have a Weird Romance thread.
  4. Obviously, Siegel wrote the story and Shuster drew it. I seem to have reversed the names in the above comment years ago. But I do like Shuster's early art. I wish he had been able to continue, like Raymond and Foster but his efforts were diluted by Ghost artists and he spent more time drawing faces.
  5. I am a big fan of World's Finest and enjoy the variety in each issue. You can get Batman stories with Sandman and Superman.
  6. Some of these may be available at the right price.
  7. I must admit this is one of the things that frustrates me. Some books on ebay are not graded correctly. An issue with a missing centerfold will not be bid on fairly if the flaw is not identified. I did see a book that I might have bid on if the price were lower. I am showing example pages and a copy that I have which has the centerfold .
  8. Covers by Foster weren't very impressive but they were probably just blow ups of a panel and not a cover. Other artists did a great job making covers for Tip Top.
  9. Another strip that has been very popular is Tarzan. I have a lot of strips by Hogarth and some by Foster but Rex Maxon drew the first Sunday strip. The daily strip was reprinted in the Tarzan Book No. 1. Strips were also found in Tip Top and Sparkler. I saw these on line.
  10. Those are pretty cool books even without a cover but you should probably also list them in the golden age for sale thread.
  11. That is part of a great run of books...
  12. Letter to Santa (Table of Contents: 2) Donald Duck / comic story / 24 pages (report information) Synopsis Donald forgets to mail the nephews' letter to Santa Claus and discovers on Christmas Eve that they want a steamshovel. Donald gets the money for the steamshovel from Uncle Scrooge but Scrooge, upset because Santa and not he will get the credit for the gift, buys a steamshovel of his own to give to the nephews. He and Donald meet and fight in their steamshovels, wrecking them. Then they disguise Donald as Santa so that he can tell the nephews he's out of steamshovels. [Dopey's Birthday Surprise] (Table of Contents: 3) The Seven Dwarfs / comic story / 8 pages (report information) Find the Path (Table of Contents: 4) Huey, Dewey and Louie / activity / 1 page (report information) Maze puzzle. Puzzle Page (Table of Contents: 5) [Joking with Goofy] (Table of Contents: 6) Bambi / comic story / 8 pages (report information) Connect the Dots (Table of Contents: 7) Mickey Mouse / activity / 1 page (report information) It's Magic (Table of Contents: 8) activity / 1 page (report information) So Dear to My Heart (Table of Contents: 9) text story / 4 pages (report information) Pinocchio Jumping (Table of Contents: 10) Pinocchio / activity / 1 page (report information) The Flying Mouse (Table of Contents: 11) comic story / 8 pages (report information) Find the Faces (Table of Contents: 12) activity / 1 page (report information) Mickey Mouse Movie (Table of Contents: 13) Mickey Mouse / activity / 1 page (report information) [Chasing the Postman] (Table of Contents: 14) Pluto / comic story / 2 pages (report information) Bargain Balloon (Table of Contents: 15) Mickey Mouse / comic story / 16 pages (report information) Christmas Tree Harvest (Table of Contents: 16) activity / 1 page (report information) Cinderella (Table of Contents: 17) Cinderella / comic story / 8 pages (report information) Connect the Dots (Table of Contents: 18) activity / 1 page (report information) The Country Cousin (Table of Contents: 19) text story / 4 pages (report information) Drawing Lesson (Table of Contents: 20) Mickey Mouse / activity / 2 pages (report information) Dumbo and Pablo Penguin (Table of Contents: 21) Dumbo / comic story / 8 pages (report information) Christmas Gifts You Can Make (Table of Contents: 22) activity / 2 pages [The Cookie Carnival] (Table of Contents: 23) Cookieland / comic story / 8 pages Mickey and Minnie Game for Two Players (Table of Contents: 24) Mickey and Minnie / activity / 2 pages [The Scout Club] (Table of Contents: 25) Li'l Bad Wolf / comic story / 8 pages It looks like the Dumbo and Cinderella stories are missing but also a lot of text and puzzles. to make up for the additional 50 pages.