CLIP THOMSON & TUB

CLIP THOMSON & TUB

Short-lived characters created by J.R. McLeod and appearing in the early issues of Grand Slam Comics.

“Clip Thomson” and “Tub” were both pilots while “Clip” appears to have been also an officer and an agent. Of particular interest the story in Grand Slam Comics, 1-4, is about the Trans-Atlantic Ferry Command.

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“Clip Thomson and Tub.” Grand Slam Comics Black & white interior. Anglo-American Publishing Co.
Car., J.R. McLeod. 1-4, March 1942: 38-49

Car., J.R. McLeod. 1-5, April 1942: 37-47.

Contributor unidentified . 1-6, May 1942: 53-62.

Contributor unidentified . 1-8, July 1942: 24-37.

 

By issue 2-2, January 1943, Capt. Marvel Jr. Has replaced “Clip Thomson and Tub.”.

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Grand Slam Comics, 1-4, March 1942: 54.

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Grand Slam Comics, 1-4, March 1942: 55.

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Grand Slam Comics, 1-5, April 1942: 37..