Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Woolfolk Records 1951/06

Captain Marvel Jr 106 City in the Mirage

William Woolfolk sells to his regulars—Quality, Orbit, and Fawcett—according to his notebook of sales.

The line-up for Tex Ritter 10 is exactly that of a Western Hero, with that title's three different features (Monte Hale and Tom Mix as well as Tex Ritter). These must have been the contents assembled for WH 113; its final issue from Fawcett was 112.

June 1951 Comic Book Scripts by William Woolfolk

7 pg  Doll Man the voodoo master
"DM and the Voodoo Master" DM 38, Feb/52
Wrong Way traffic signals trip up a crook
"Wrong Way" Wanted 43, Nov/51
Monte Hale chain gang vengeance
"Chain Gang Vengeance" Tex Ritter Western 10, Apr/52
Doll Man house of vampires
"House of Vampires" DM 38, Feb/52
Monte Hale The Owl—outlaw who sees in the dark
"MH Battles the Owl" Western Hero 112, Mar/52
10  Tong War Chinese gangsters
"Hatchet Man" Wanted 45, Feb/52
Ibis in King Arthur's Court
"Ibis Battles Sir Karnak" Whiz 142, Feb/52
10  Doll Man an ancient Druid treasure
"The Druid Death" DM 38, Feb/52
Private Piney & Miss Fitt gag stuff
1  Private Piney "It Never Rains But It Pours" Pinhead and Foodini 4, Jan/52
1  Little Miss Fitt "LMF Hits a Wrong Note" P & F 4, Jan/52
Cop They Couldn't Kill Harold Moore, hero cop who was indestructible
"The Cop They Couldn't Kill" Wanted 45, Feb/52
Captain Marvel Jr. becomes a 2 headed boy
"CMJ, Two-Headed Boy" CMJ 106, Feb/52
Captain Marvel Jr. helps Mr. Marks become a super salesman
"CMJ and the World's Greatest Salesman" CMJ 106, Feb/52
Captain Marvel Jr. city in the mirage
"CMJ and the City in the Mirage" CMJ 106, Feb/52

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