Leading Comics #9

Leading Comics #9 Cover
Publisher
DC Comics
Store Date
January 10, 1944
Cover Price
$0.10
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth
Script
Joe Samachson
Pencils
Jon Small, Arthur Cazeneuve
Inks
Jon Small, Arthur Cazeneuve
Letters
typeset
Issue Notes
Much info added by Craig Delich 1-10-09.
GCIN
109999

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