For December 1946 through February 1947 in his notebook, William Woolfolk went back to leaving his scripts undescribed.
Here are stories that sold to Fawcett, Quality, and Timely; and stories that had to have been directly commissioned from EC (Land of the Lost being an established title), after it had been buying Woolfolk's inventory of stories meant for his own company, OW.
The 13-page Blackhawk stories this month and next may have been written in the opposite order, but the Modern 63 and 64 stories are in Woolfolk's style and would have to fit here.
This is the only Ibis slot in Whiz where a story will fit amid the described ones written in earlier and later months; January and February's, at 6 and 7 pages, will form a two-parter.
December 1946 Comic Book Scripts by William Woolfolk
|11 pg||Doll Man||Feature or DM|
|2||Aesop Fable||Animal Fables|
|8||Land of the Lost||Land of the Lost 8, Nov-Dec/47 or 9, Spr/48|
|7||Blonde Phantom||Marvel Mystery or BP|
|11||Doll Man||Feature or DM|
|8||Freddy Firefly||"Firefly Battles the Red Ants" AF 5, July-Aug/47|
|9||Captain Marvel Jr.||Master or CMJ|
|6||Ibis||"The School for Sorcerers" Whiz 90, Oct/47|
|8||Blonde Phantom||Mar Mys or BP|
|13||Blackhawk||"Invaders from the Moon" Modern 64, Aug/47|
|7||Captain Marvel Jr.||Master or CMJ or Marvel Family|
|7||Mary Marvel||Wow or MM or MF|
One of those Doll Man 11-pagers is probably "The Two-Gun Viscount" from DOLL MAN #14.ReplyDelete