King Comics 16

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King Comics 16
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Cover artist: Joe Musial
Country/language: Mini usa.gif USA / English
Format: 20 × 26.1 cm
Pages: 68 pgs, color
Publishing date: July, 1937
Editor: unknown
Publishing company: David McKay Publications
Preceded by: King Comics #15
Followed by: King Comics #17


Mandrake stories

== Note: Sunday pages from October 25 to November 15, 1936.

Other Comics

  • "Thimble Theatre" by Elzie Crisler Segar
  • "The G-Man!" by George Clarke and Lou Hanlon
  • "Flash Gordon" by ghostwriter Don Moore (uncredited ghostwriter) and Alex Raymond (a.) (part / Sunday pages from October 25 to November 15, 1936 / Original title: Forest Kingdom of Mongo)
  • "Henry" by Carl Anderson
  • "Bringing Up Father" by George McManus
  • "Hall of Fame of the Air" by Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker and Clayton Knight
  • "Ace Drummond" by Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker
  • "Ted Towers Animal Master", by Frank Buck (w.) and Ed Stevenson (a.) (1936 Sunday pages)
  • "King of the Royal Mounted" [based on Zane Grey’s Western stories] by Stephen Slesinger (w.) and Allen Dean (Sunday pages from October 25 to November 15, 1936 )
  • "Brick Bradford", by William Ritt (w.) and Clarence Gray (a.) (part / from October 24 to November 14, 1936 Sunday Pages / Original title: In the Middle of the Earth)
  • "Sentinel Louie" by Otto Soglow (1936 Sunday pages)
  • "The Little King" by Otto Soglow (1936 Sunday pages)
  • "Little Annie Rooney" by Brandon Walsh (1936 Sunday pages)
  • "Henry" by Carl Anderson
  • "Redmen" by Jimmy Thompson
  • "Indian Lore" by Jack A. Warren
  • "Bringing Up Father" by George McManus (1936 Sunday pages)
  • "Radio Patrol" by Eddie Sullivan (w.) and Charlie Schmidt (a.) (1936 Sunday pages)
  • "Siz Sez" by Ruth Plumby Thompson
  • "Henry" by Carl Anderson
  • "Dun-Dums" by Bob Dunn
  • "Siz Sez" by Ruth Plumby Thompson.

Written story

  • The Disappearance of Dorcas (part 2) by Ruth Plumby Thompson.