“Cinder Smith” was created and cartooned by Fred Kelly, one of a group of characters he introduced. to the Bell Features world. When F.E. Howard Publications took over some of the Bell characters for Super Duper Comics, it was one of the few that made the transition to colour.
PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY: Published by Bell Features & Publishing Co. unless otherwise noted.
|Active Comics …: No date: “Cinder Smith.” Cartoonist, Fred Kelly..|
|Begins. 22: 24-29.||23.: 24-29.||24: 32-37.||25: 51-56.||26: 50-56. Ends.|
Super Duper, 3, May/June 1947: “Cinder Smith.” Car., Fred Kelly: 9-16. F.E. Howard Publications. Colour.
Active Comics, 23, no date: Illus., Adrian Dingle.
Active Comics, 26, no date: Illus., Fred Kelly.
Active Comics, 22, n.d.: 34. Car., Fred Kelly.
Active Comics, 21, n.d.: Front cover. Illust., Adrian Dingle.
Super Duper, 3, May/June 1947: 9-16. Car., Fred Kelly.