Yank Tip Top Comics

Published
1941
Page count
52
Cover price
6d [0-0-6 AUP]
Colour
Black & white
Size
Non-standard (120mm x 230mm)
Interior paper
Newsprint
Cover stock
Matte colour
Binding
Saddle-stitched
Format
Comic
Branding
None

Credits

Editing
?

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Show/hide Cover Untitled (Don Winslow of the Navy) Cover, 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Don Winslow of the Navy
Genre
Military

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Show/hide 1. Untitled (Donald Duck) Comic story, 0.5 pages

"Whew! Oh-ho! I gotta work fast!"

Featuring

Feature
Donald Duck
Genre
Anthropomorphic-Funny Animals

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Original
Donald Duck daily (King Features Syndicate) 1940-08-02

Synopsis

Donald outwits the collection agency.

Notes

Four panels for a daily newspaper strip, dated 8-2.

Show/hide 2. Untitled (Donald Duck) Comic story, 0.5 pages

"Stand on the corner and let me know when it's clear!"

Featuring

Feature
Donald Duck
Genre
Anthropomorphic-Funny Animals

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Original
Donald Duck daily (King Features Syndicate) 1940-08-03

Synopsis

The kids help Donald find a parking space.

Notes

Four panels for a daily newspaper strip, dated 8-3.

Show/hide 3. The Plot in Reverse (Don Winslow of the Navy) Comic story, 11 pages

Featuring

Feature
Don Winslow of the Navy
Genre
Military; Adventure
Characters
Don Winslow; Commissioner; Remus Reggirt; Barker; Arlie Ames; Buzz Grant; Red Pennington; Cronin

Credits

Script
Frank Victor Martinek ?
Pencils
Leon Beroth (art director)
Carl Hammond (layouts)
Inks
Carl Hammond ?

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Original
Don Winslow of the Navy daily (Bell Syndicate) 1939-01-10 - 1939-02-03

Synopsis

Radio man Remus Reggirt has been sending secret messages to the underworld in his broadcasts, so Don sets a trap in his own broadcast using Arlie to impersonate Reggirt's voice. Meanwhile, Buzz Grant is left out of the big raid on the waterfront, but gets a surprise visit from Lieutenant Pennington. When FBI Officer Cronin identifies Reggirt as convicted spy and arms smuggler "The Trigger", Reggirt hangs himself.

Notes

This story collects Don Winslow daily strips with codes 674A (dated 1-10) to 695A (dated 2-3). Each page has two strips, arranged in four tiers.

Show/hide 4. The Glitter Girl (Freckles and His Friends) Comic story, 16 pages

"Sure, I'll be glad to meet you, June!"

Featuring

Feature
Freckles and His Friends
Genre
Domestic
Characters
Freckles McGoosey; Mary McGoosey; Henry McGoosey; June; Mrs Bascam; June's father; Helena Morse; Sylvia Ames; Joe Crill; Lard

Credits

Script
Merrill Blosser (credited)
Art
Merrill Blosser (credited)

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Original
Freckles and His Friends daily (Newspaper Enterprise Association) 1940-03-?? - 1940-04-??

Synopsis

Mary and Henry misunderstand an overheard conversation and believe Freckles is marrying June, but she's just bridesmaid for Helena Morse and Joe Crill. The wedding planning makes Freckles and June romantic and gets their parents worried. Then the recently-arrived Sylvia grabs Freckle's attention all the way to the wedding. As they return from the wedding, the worst storm in fifty years causes Sylvia to panic, while June's dependability gets Freckle's attention again.

Notes

Two daily strips are printed on each page in four tiers. While most strips have no date codes, the dates 4-9 and 4-15 are included in the middle. The Feature name is not given on this printing.

Show/hide 5. Pop Gets Home (Boots and Her Buddies) Comic story, 18 pages

"By Gar, that Monsieur High --- He is sure one excited man, all right."

Featuring

Feature
Boots and Her Buddies
Genre
Domestic
Characters
J. X. "Bettem" High; Naomi DuQuesne; Pug High; Handy; Pierre DuQuesne; Opal; Prof. Stephen Tutt ; Mrs Cora Tutt

Credits

Script
Edgar Martin (credited)
Art
Edgar Martin (credited)

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Original
Boots and Her Buddies daily (Newspaper Enterprise Association) 1939-08-21 - 1939-09-30

Synopsis

After Pug's father dies, the Duquesnes become her guardian, but Pierre treats her badly. She runs away and gains the support of Boot's family until her father is discovered alive. The Duquesnes have forged a will to gain Pug's inheritance and they make their escape. But Mr High has been found alive and returns. When Mr High must return to work, the Tutts agree for Pug to stay with them to go to school.

Notes

Date codes begin at 8-21 and continue to 9-29 in the second last strip. This is the final part of the storyline that introduced Pug, starting in 1937.

Show/hide 6. Untitled (Donald Duck) Comic story, 0.5 pages

"If you're hitchin' a ride, I think you're in the wrong place, buddy!"

Featuring

Feature
Donald Duck
Genre
Anthropomorphic-Funny Animals

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Original
Donald Duck daily (King Features Syndicate) 1940-07-10

Notes

The date code on this strip is 7-10.

Show/hide 7. Untitled (Donald Duck) Comic story, 0.5 pages

"I wanta get a gate in here by night---so no layin' down on the job!"

Featuring

Feature
Donald Duck
Genre
Anthropomorphic-Funny Animals

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Original
Donald Duck daily (King Features Syndicate) 1940-07-11

Notes

The date code on this strip is 7-11.

Show/hide 8. Untitled (Donald Duck) Comic story, 0.5 pages

Featuring

Feature
Donald Duck
Genre
Anthropomorphic-Funny Animals

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Original
Donald Duck daily (King Features Syndicate) 1940-07-29

Synopsis

Donald knocks over the fishbowl in the waiting room.

Notes

The date code on this strip is 7-29.

Show/hide 9. Untitled (Donald Duck) Comic story, 0.5 pages

"Yeh, send out a salesman! I want a demonstration!"

Featuring

Feature
Donald Duck
Genre
Anthropomorphic-Funny Animals

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Original
Donald Duck daily (King Features Syndicate) 1940-07-30

Notes

The date code on this strip is 7-30.

Show/hide 10. Untitled (Donald Duck) Comic story, 0.5 pages

"What's the thing we found, Unca Donald?"

Featuring

Feature
Donald Duck
Genre
Anthropomorphic-Funny Animals

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Original
Donald Duck daily (King Features Syndicate) 1940-07-31

Notes

The date code on this strip is 7-31.

Show/hide 11. Untitled (Donald Duck) Comic story, 0.5 pages

"Hi, son! Want a lift?"

Featuring

Feature
Donald Duck
Genre
Anthropomorphic-Funny Animals

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Original
Donald Duck daily (King Features Syndicate) 1940-08-01

Notes

The date code on this strip is 8-1.

Show/hide 12. Untitled (Donald Duck) Comic story, 0.5 pages

"Bet I get to Homeville ahead of ya!"

Featuring

Feature
Donald Duck
Genre
Anthropomorphic-Funny Animals

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Original
Donald Duck daily (King Features Syndicate) 1940-07-03

Notes

The date code on this strip is 7-3.

Show/hide 13. Untitled (Donald Duck) Comic story, 0.5 pages

"Mumble---raise my rent, will he?"

Featuring

Feature
Donald Duck
Genre
Anthropomorphic-Funny Animals

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Original
Donald Duck daily (King Features Syndicate) 1940-07-04

Notes

The date code on this strip is 7-4.

Show/hide 14. Untitled (Donald Duck) Comic story, 0.5 pages

"Unca Donald, did George Washington get licked for cutting down the cherry tree?"

Featuring

Feature
Donald Duck
Genre
Anthropomorphic-Funny Animals

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Original
Donald Duck daily (King Features Syndicate) 1940-11-18

Notes

This comic is the back cover and has the date codes 11-18.

Show/hide 15. Untitled (Donald Duck) Comic story, 0.5 pages

"Yeah, we're trying to teach him to retrieve a stick when we throw it, but he's too dumb!"

Featuring

Feature
Donald Duck
Genre
Anthropomorphic-Funny Animals

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Original
Donald Duck daily (King Features Syndicate) 1940-11-19

Notes

This comic is the back cover and has the date codes 11-19.


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AusReprints ID

  • 63033

Entry created

  • 16/07/2011

Cover added

  • 26/09/2016

Last updated

  • 09/10/2021