These William Woolfolk scripts sold to Fawcett and Quality. The Mary Marvel story was cut by a page.
Woolfolk reused the flame planes concept from the Captain Midnight story he wrote in March 1945.
And this is the first month where I could add every single story's publication data to the original notations (boldface shows what wasn't in the records notebook).
November 1946 Comic Book Scripts by William Woolfolk
|9 pg||Hopalong Cassidy||phantom stage coach|
|"The Phantom Stagecoach" HC 8, June/47|
|"The Flame Planes" Modern 62, Apr/47|
|7||Captain Marvel Jr.||man who hated midnight|
|"The Man Who Feared Midnight" CMJ 51, July/47|
|8||Mary Marvel||town couldn't lie|
|7||"The Town That Couldn't Lie" Marvel Family 13, July/47|
|7||Captain Marvel Jr.||magic cap|
|"The Magic Cap" CMJ 51, July/47|
|11||Doll Man||20 year old mail|
|"The Return of the Undertaker" Feature 111, June/47|
|"The Condor Man" BH 16, Autumn/47|
|11||Doll Man||Mr. Curio & his miniatures|
|"Mr. Curio and His Miniatures" Feature 112, July/47|
|6||Ibis||housing shortage ghosts|
|"Ghost of a Chance" Whiz 87, July/47|
|8||Captain Marvel Jr.||voyage round the Horn|
|"Voyage 'Round the Horn" Master 81, July/47|
The cover title for the Doll Man story in FEATURE #111 was "The Return of the Undertaker".ReplyDelete
I've updated it from the "untitled story" of the original posting, darkmark. I realized that I'm using Quality cover titles elsewhere when there's no title on the splash (in future postings, at any rate), so this makes things consistent.ReplyDelete