Cindy Comics 30

Title Published
Fall 1947 to July 1950
Issue Numbers
27 to 38
Number of Issues
12
Continued From
Krazy Komics
Continued Into
Cindy Smith

Issue Information
Cover Date
August 1948
 
 
Cover Credits
Christopher Rule pencils attributed
Contributions
Tom Lammers: Cover Creator Credit


Stories
  Job
Number
Title Pages Credits
  2537 Just a Model Gal!
·Cindy starring
8 pg art Ken Bald pencils attributed

Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Creator Credit
  2535 Oh, Those Beaus!
·Cindy starring
4 pg art Ken Bald pencils attributed

Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Creator Credit
  2912 Hey Look! 1 pg art Harvey Kurtzman script attributed
Harvey Kurtzman pencils attributed

Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Creator Credit
  - Venus Comics / The Most Beautiful Girl in the World - pg house ad
  2647 No Dates for Patsy!
·Patsy Walker starring
5 pg art Al Jaffee pencils attributed

Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Creator Credit
  SL-2748 Something in Common 2 pg text
  - Namora Comics / Mystery! Action! Thrills! Romance! - pg house ad
  2913 Hey Look! 1 pg art Harvey Kurtzman script attributed
Harvey Kurtzman pencils signed

Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Creator Credit
  - In the Swim!
·Cindy starring
8 pg art Ken Bald pencils attributed

Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Creator Credit
  - The Rug Bug!
·Oscar starring

Notes: Kitty's father reads "Fall of the Roman Empire," an apparent allusion to The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (Strahan & Cadell, London, 1776-1789). He derides comic books by looking through Oscar's copy of Georgie and describing a story about a flying carpet; the story described is clearly 2171 "Carpet Capers!" (8 pp.) in Georgie Comics 16 (May 1948). Exasperated by the ludicrous plot, he shouts, "What kind of guy writes this stuff?" When Oscar takes off on a flying carpet himself, passersby shout, "Look! It's a boid!" "G'wan, it's a plane!", an allusion to the opening lines of the 1940-1951 radio serial, The Adventures of Superman.
5 pg art
  2422 The Smartest Artist!
·Cindy starring
8 pg art Ken Bald pencils attributed

Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Creator Credit