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Michigan State University Libraries:
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Locking

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Locking.
   "Gold Teeth in the Safe"* (Flipside, 1993?) / Ramzah. --
   Summary: Breakfast is getting cold because he insists on
   locking up his false teeth every night. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "false teeth"
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Locking.
   "I've Never Been Cozier"* (Lucky Cow, May 6, 2006) / Mark
   Pett. -- Summary: Neal's locker is fixed up like home, and
   Little Kenny the bully comes by and locks him in it. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "beanbag chairs"
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Locking.
   "No One is Going to Steal My Car"* (Cecil) p. 35 in
   Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 5, no. 10 (Jan. 10,
   1950). -- Summary: Cecil locks his bumper to a tree, and so
   saves the bumper from theft. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.5no.10
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Locking.
   "Pour Plus de SuretÚ" / par A. Guillaume. 1 p. in Des
   Bonshommes : 2me sÚrie (Paris : H. Simonis Empis, ca.
   1900). -- Summary: A man locks his daughter's room from the
   outside while her boyfriend locks it from the inside. --
   Call no.: oversize NC1499.G8D42 1900z
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Locking.
   "Until the Cat Forgets His Old Home!"* (Fat Freddy's Cat) 1
   p. in The Adventures of Fat Freddy's Cat, bk. 3 (1977) / by
   Gilbert Shelton & Dave Sheridan. -- Summary: Fat Freddy
   locks the cat in the kitchen when he moves. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.45.R5A3bk.3
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Locking.
   "You Promised I Could Be In Charge While You're Out Playing
   Golf!"* (Beetle Bailey, July 5, 2000) / Mort Walker. --
   Summary: A promise is a promise, so the general instructs
   Ms. Buxley how to handle Lt. Fuzz while he's 'in charge:'
   Lock him in. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Locking Doors.
   "Did You Lock the Garage Door?"* (Herman, copyright 1985) /
   by Jim Unger. p. 34 in Battered Husbands (Redondo Beach, CA
   : H. Gregory Associates, 1991). -- Summary: On the beach
   with no worries, Herman concludes that money can buy
   happiness. -- Call no.: PN6231.H8G74 1991
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Locking Doors.
   "I Was Swinging On It an'..."* (Smith Family, Oct. 11,
   1983) / Virginia & George. -- Summary: Mom locks the door
   in time to save her clean floor, but when she gets back to
   the clothesline it's down. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "clotheslines"
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Locking Up.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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Locking Up.
   "Here's Why It Locked Up On You"* (Randolph Itch 2 A.M.,
   Jan. 8, 2000) / Toles. -- Summary: The little bars with
   letters on them that fly up and hit the monitor screen from
   behind when you touch a key are stuck together. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "typewriters"
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Locking Up.
   "In the Same Boat" (Freckles and His Friends, Apr. 23,
   1946) / by Blosser. -- Summary: Pat's been locking them up
   in the basement and they successively violated the rules of
   Woman-Hating Week. -- Call no.: PN6728.F675F6 1939 v.2
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Locking Up.
   "Trapped" (Freckles and His Friends, Apr. 18, 1946) / by
   Blosser. -- Summary: Lard has to hide so he won't be caught
   with a girl, so Pat locks him in the basement. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.F675F6 1939 v.2
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Lockjaw the Alligator.
   Index entry (p. 36) in Masters of the Imagination / Mike
   Benton (Dallas, TX : Taylor, 1994). -- Call no.: NC1305.B46
   1994
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Lockley, Walt.
   Antisocialman. -- Minneapolis, Minn. : Not Available
   Comics, 1982- . -- ill. ; 14 cm. -- Began with no. 1 (Mar.
   1982). -- Place of publication varies. -- New wave
   superhero minicomix by Matt Feazell and Walt Lockley. --
   LIBRARY HAS: no. 5 (1985). -- Call no.: PN6728.55.N6A5
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Lockley, Walt.
   The Death of Antisocialman. -- Hamtramck, MI : Not
   Available Comics, 1990-2007. -- ill. ; 14 cm. -- Copyright
   by Walt Lockley and Matt Feazell. -- Complete in 12
   chapters. -- Copy two separately packaged in the "Official
   Death of Antisocialman Body Bag." -- New wave superhero
   genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: chapt. 1-12. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.55.N6D4 1990z
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Lockman, Darcy.
   Kare Kano : His and Her Circumstances / by Masami Tsuda ;
   translator, Jack Niida ; English adaptation, Darcy Lockman.
   -- Los Angeles, Calif. : Tokyopop, 2003- . -- ill. ; 19 cm.
   -- "First published in Japan in 1996 by Hakusensha, Inc.
   Tokyo." -- Translation of: Kareshi Kanojo no Jij˘. --
   Romance genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1-9, 20. -- Call no.:
   PN6790.J33 T724K313 2003
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Lockman, Darcy.
   Mink / by Megumi Tachikawa ; translator, Michele Kriegman ;
   English adaptation, Darcy Lockman. -- Los Angeles, CA :
   Tokyopop, 2004- . -- ill. ; 19 cm. -- "When Mink
   accidentally picks up a mysterious CD from the future, she
   upgrades into a virtual pop idol verson of herself!
   Discovered as the next 'It' girl, she's got the cyber world
   at her feet. However, she can't blow her cover, or else
   she'll be deleted!" -- Science fiction genre. -- LIBRARY
   HAS: v. 1-2. -- Call no.: PN6790.J33 T25M513 2004
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Lockman, David.
   "Poorly Drawn Assumption" / David Lockman. p. 10A in The
   Detroit News, Feb. 18, 2000. -- Letter to the editor about
   a Henry Payne cartoon about Al Gore. -- Call no.:
   NC1320.S35 1999
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Lockman, Vic

American comics artist
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Lockman, Vic.
   The Better Butter Battle / by Mary Pride ; illustrations by
   Vic Lockman. -- Brentwood, Tenn. : Wolgemuth & Hyatt, 1990.
   -- 59 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. -- (Old Wise Tales) --
   Summary: A collection of modern-day fables with strong
   social relevance from a Biblical viewpoint, patterned after
   Dr. Seuss's Butter Battle Book. -- Subject: Christian life
   fiction. -- Call no.: PS3566.R559B4 1990
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Lockman, Vic.
   Moving with Mr. Mouse / written by Mike Benton and Scott
   Deschaine ; finished artwork by Vic Lockman. -- Allentown,
   PA : SMR Enterprises, 1989. -- 16 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
   -- Title from cover. -- Created and produced by Custom
   Comic Services.
   1. Moving, Household--Comic books, strips, etc. 2. Funny
   animal comics. I. Benton, Mike. II. Deschaine, Scott. III.
   Lockman, Vic. IV. SMR Enterprises. V. Custom Comic
   Services. Call no.: PN6728.25.S53M6 1989
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Lockman, Vic.
   "The Skipper" (Uncle Scrooge) / Vic Lockman. 1 p. in Walt
   Disney's Uncle Scrooge, no. 286 (June 1994)
   I. Lockman, Vic. Call no.: PN6728.2.D4U5no.286.
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Lockman, Vic.
   Sparky's Team : Fire Prevention for Everyone / written by
   Scott Deschaine and Mike Benton ; finished artwork by Vick
   Lockman. -- Quincy, MA : National Fire Protection
   Association, 1989. -- 16 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Title
   from cover. -- Created and produced by Custom Comic
   Services.
   1. Fire prevention--Comic books, strips, etc. I. Deschaine,
   Scott. II. Benton, Mike. III. Lockman, Vic. IV. National
   Fire Protection Association. V. Custom Comic Services. VI.
   Fire Prevention for Everyone. Call no.: PN6728.25.N32S65
   1989
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Lockman, Vic.
   Tools for Living : Hearing, Speech, and Language / written
   by Scott Deschaine ; illustrated by Vic Lockman. --
   Rockville, MD : American Speech-Language-Hearing
   Association, 1998. -- 12 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Created
   and produced by Discovery comics. -- Topics: Speech therapy
   for children, hearing impaired children. -- Genre:
   Educational. -- Call no.: LB3454.D4 1998
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Lockman, Vic.
   "Treasure Hunt" / Vic Lockman. 2 p in Heckle and Jeckle,
   no. 16 (1954). -- Board game. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.S3H4no.16
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Lockman, Vic.
   "Window Shopping" (Betty and Veronica) / Lockman ;
   Maldonado ; Wimbert. 1 p. in Veronica, no. 101 (July 2000).
   -- Call no.: PN6728.5.A7V4no.101
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Lockman, Vic--Miscellanea.
   Entry (p. 139) in The Who's Who of American Comic Books, by
   Jerry Bails & Hames Ware (Detroit, Mich. : J. Bails,
   1973-1976). -- Call no.: PN6725.B3v.2
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Lockman, Vic--Miscellanea.
   Entry (p. 324) in The Who's Who of American Comic Books, by
   Jerry Bails & Hames Ware (Detroit, Mich. : J. Bails,
   1973-1976). -- Call no.: PN6725.B3v.4
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Lockman, Vic--Miscellanea.
   Index entry to Amazing Heroes, no. 140 (May 1, 1988) (Doc's
   Bookshelf) -- Data from Brian Mowbray. -- Call no.:
   PN6725.A47no.140
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Lockman, Vic--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 105, 563) in The World Encyclopedia of
   Comics, ed. by Maurice Horn (New York : Chelsea House,
   1976). Call no.: PN6710.W6 1976
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Locks

See also
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Locks.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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Locks.
   "How Come Everyone Is So Quiet?"* (Drabble, July 31, 1997)
   / by Kevin Fagan. -- Key words: Vacations, car trips,
   thinking, worrying, locks, water running, ovens, bathrooms.
   -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Quiet"
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Locks.
   "Just to be Doubly Safe, Jane Also Hides her Lock under a
   Welcome Mat"* (Speed Bump, Aug. 1, 1997) / Coverly. -- Key
   words: Doorsteps, keys. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Welcome
   Mats"
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Locks.
   "The Man Who Laughed at Locks" / Ruben Moreira, art. 6 p.
   in Tales of the Unexpected, no. 5 (Sept. 1956). -- Data
   from Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: Film 15791r.280
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Locks.
   "Mindlock x 3" 4 p. in Astonishing Tales, no. 25 (Aug.
   1974) -- Call no.: PN6728.4.M3A8no.25
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Locks.
   "Secret Locked in the Ice" 2 p. in DC Special, no. 4
   (July/Sept. 1969) -- Call no.: PN6728.3.N3D35no.4
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Locks.
   "The Shopping Trip" (Ninth Floor, Oct. 18, 1993) / by Jason
   DePasquale. -- Summary: A carefully locked bicycle has been
   stolen after five minutes of shopping. -- College strip
   (Indiana Daily Student). -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "bicycles"
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Locks.
   "There Isn't a Lock in the Building that Works"* (Gasoline
   Alley, Mar. 24, 1976) / by Dick Moores. p. 11 of The
   Menomonee Falls Guardian, no. 146 (Aug. 1976). -- Summary:
   Clovia's lost her key, and Slim says not to worry. -- Call
   no.: oversize PN6726.M582no.146
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Locks.
   "Under Luck and Key" (Felix) 6 p. in Felix the Cat, no. 34
   (Nov. 1952). -- Call no.: PN6728.D4F4no.34
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Locks.
   "We Electrified the Metal Bars and Lock in That Cell"*
   (Warden Willis) / Henry Boltinoff. 1 p. in Batman, no. 128
   (Dec. 1959). -- Begins: A prisoner escaped! -- Call no.:
   PN6728.N3B3no.128
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Locks.
   "With a Bike Lock?"* (Mother Goose and Grimm, Aug. 19,
   1996) / Mike Peters. -- Summary: Grimm is into body
   piercing, even his tongue. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "bicycle locks"
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Locks of Hair.
   "But I Don't Like the Way She Plans to Get It"* (Redeye,
   June 17, 1989) / Yates-Casson. -- Summary: Redeye seems
   flattered that is wife wants a lock of his hair, but she's
   chasing him with a hatchet. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "hatchets"
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Locks of Hair.
   "Something to Remember Me By!" / art and story by Tom
   Sutton. p. 12-20 in Creepy, no. 44 (Mar. 1972). -- "A lock
   of hair. A paring of nail. Make sure to bury your mementoes
   with the departed lest they return to claim what is
   theirs." -- Call no.: PN6728.3.W3C7no.44
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Locksmiths.
   "Barbarella" / by Jean-Claude Forest. p. 35-43 in Evergreen
   Review, no. 37 (Sept. 1965) -- Introduction and first 8
   pages. Printed in black and green. -- Summary: Barbarella
   is captured by the locksmith, and released to disturb the
   queen's dreams. The queen gives her a tour of Sogo, and
   shows her a poison-spewing monster and the winged prisoner
   Pygar. Barbarella frees Pygar and they escape in a vehicle
   called a desiderobus, with the queen as hostage. -- Call
   no.: folio AP2.E884no.37
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Locksmiths.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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Locksmiths.
   "King of Keys" / by Geo. Papp. 6 p. in Real Fact Comics,
   no. 6 (Jan./Feb. 1947). -- Story of locksmith Charles
   Courtney. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3R4no.6
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Locksmiths.
   "Llaves" (Condorito) p. 22 in Condorito Gigante, no. 550
   (2001). -- 1 vertical tier. Condorito is all twisted up,
   and goes to a locksmith to see if they can untangle him. --
   Call no.: PN6790.M44C568no.550
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"Lockup At 20,000 Feet" (Superman) / Curt Swan, Frank
   Chiaramonte, art ; Marty Pasko, story ; Adrienne Roy,
   colors ; Ben Oda, lettering. 17 p. in Superman, no. 331
   (Jan. 1979) -- Villains: Metallo II, the Master Jailer
   (Introduced; Carl "Moosie" Draper), Parasite, Atomic Skull.
   -- Data from Lou Mougin of Grand Comic-Book Database.
   I. [Each creator]. II. Superman. k. [Each villain (5)] k.
   20,000 Feet. Call no.: PN6728.1.N3S8no.331
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"Lockup in the Lethal Lightbulb!" (The Atom) / Gardner Fox,
   story ; Gil Kane, Murphy Anderson, art. 15 p. in The Atom,
   no. 8 (Sept. 1963) ; reprinted in DC 100-Page Super
   Spectacular, no. 18 (July 1973)
   I. Fox, Gardner F. II. Kane, Gil. III. Anderson, Murphy. k.
   Lethal Lightbulb. k. Lightbulbs. Call no.:
   PN6728.3.N3A8no.8
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Lockups.
   "I Believe Knox is Headed to the Lockup, and So are You!"*
   (Rex Morgan, M.D., Sept. 8, 2005) / by Woody Wilson &
   Graham Nolan. -- Summary: Royal Gilstrap threatens to have
   Knox break Gerald Hamilton's legs, but the police already
   have Knox. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "arrests"
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Lockups.
   "Le Livre Maudit" (Cap'tain Swing) p. 3-66 in Cap'tain
   Swing, no. 114 (Sept. 2003). -- Summary: The Redcoat
   soldiers arrest a man in the street who complains loudly of
   his fate, but when he is taken to the commanding officer it
   turns out he's an undercover agent, a traitor turning over
   a list of patriots' names. Lord Marmaduke Langsburry, an
   emisary direct from the King in London, witnesses the
   transaction and asks to see the list. Lord Langsburry
   pockets the list, then removes his beard to reveal that he
   is indeed Captain Swing. In short order the traitor is
   dead, and the fine carriage that brought "Langsburry" has
   left at a gallop. The British soldiers take off after the
   carriage, making it easy for Swing to sneak out of the
   headquarters to hide with his old friend Professor
   Griffith. The professor is puzzling over an old Rosicrucian
   book he bought from an antiquarian book dealer in
   Strasbourg. The reading isn't going well since it's
   Greco-Latino-Hebraic in runic characters. By chance, a
   soldier has seen Swing enter Griffith's house, so the
   soldiers come and the two have to flee. Also there is a
   sinister-looking bald man lurking in the house looking for
   a chance to steal the book. The professor takes the book
   with him, and they ride to Fort Ontario. Betty sets the
   professor up with a place to study. The creepy bald man
   returns to his home as well, on Black Skull Mountain, which
   is not far from Fort Ontario. He thinks awhile, then sends
   one of his superstitious Black servants, named Mumbulah, to
   go to Fort Ontario on Lake Ontario and retrieve the book,
   no matter whose life it costs. Meanwhile Griffith suddenly
   figures out the book, and it makes him crazy. He babbles
   nonsense and ancient-sounding words, and tries to kill
   Mister Bluff's dog, Pouik, by hanging it by the neck with a
   rope. Griffith's raving is so violent they have to tie him
   up. Mumbulah arrives at the fort and tries to steal the
   book, but gets locked up for his trouble. Hibou thinks
   sorcery is involved. Taking the book, Swing rides out from
   Lake Ontario for a few hours to a mountain cave full of
   books, bottles and a smoking brazier. Swing asks the wise
   man there to take a look at the book, and the wise man is
   interested. He says to come back in a few days when he's
   studied the book. Meanwhile, the strange bald man from
   Black Skull Mountain shows up at Fort Ontario asking for
   lodging. As he enters both Griffith and Mumbulah can be
   heard raving from their respective lockups, and Mister
   Bluff wonders if it might be the weather causing it. Hibou
   says that Indians lose their spirit in captivity too, and
   in sympathy lets Mumbulah out for some exercise. Mumbulah
   sees his master and immediately commits suicide by jumping
   from a tower. Then the bald man hypnotizes Betty from
   behind without her having even seen him. He tells her to go
   to town and buy a blue dress, and when she leaves the fort
   on foot he kidnaps her. When Swing comes back from
   delivering the book to his guru, a ransom note is found.
   The Rosicrucian book must be brought to Black Skull
   Mountain in exchange for Betty's life. Swing, Bluff and
   Hibou retrace Swing's path to retrieve the book, and arrive
   just as the wise man has deciphered it. He also starts
   raving and has to be tied up. The bald man gets excited
   when he mentally feels the book approaching, the book that
   was "stolen from them at Tubingen." The man tries to
   capture Swing rather than release Betty, and in the
   struggle the book and the whole house are burned to ashes.
   At that moment both of the raving scholars are released
   Ontario and agree that the destruction of the book was a
   good thing. The one from the mountain, the one that Swing
   calls "master," quotes Shakespeare: "There are more things
   in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosopy."
   -- Call no.: PN6748.C336no.114
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Lockwood, Belva.
   Index entry (p. 61) in Cartooning for Suffrage / by Alice
   Sheppard (Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press,
   1994). Call no.: NC1425.S54 1994
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Lockwood, George J.
   The Cartoons of R.A. Lewis/Milwaukee Journal : a 38 Year
   Slice of History (1929-1967) as seen by a gifted satrist
   and draftsman in some of the political and humorous
   cartoons which made him internationally famous / edited and
   annotated by George Lockwood. -- Milwaukee: Milwaukee
   Journal, 1968. -- 122 p. : chiefly ill. ; 27 cm. -- Call
   no.: NC1429.L4C3 1968
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Lockwood, George J.
   "How to Try to Please Everyone" / George J. Lockwood. p.
   105-109 in Hogan's Alley, v. 2, no. 4 (=no. 8) (2000). --
   Lockwood is former comics editor for the Milwaukee Journal.
   -- This article is revised and expanded from a version
   published in Cartoonist PROfiles in 1995. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.H6no.8
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Lockwood, George J.
   "Stay Away from Talking Frogs" / George J. Lockwood. p.
   34-40 in Cartoonist Profiles, no. 109 (Mar. 1996). --
   Retired editor of Milwaukee Journal reminisces about the
   strips and panels he bought for his paper, with samples and
   comments about 12 of them: Conrad, The Far Side, Herman,
   Calvin and Hobbes, Hagar, The Circus of P.T. Bimbo, For
   Better or For Worse, Garfield, Terry and the Pirates,
   Mother Goose & Grimm, The Muppets, and Shoe. -- Call no.:
   NC1300.C35no.109
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Lockwood, Hal

American comics artist. See also his Nutty Squirrel feature.
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Lockwood, Hal.
   "Airplane Race"* (Marmaduke Monk) / Hal Lockwood. 7 p. in
   Monkeyshines Comics, no. 21 (July 1948). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.A2M6no.21
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Lockwood, Hal.
   "The Golden Ruler"* (Marmaduke Monk) / Hal Lockwood. 7 p.
   in Monkeyshines Comics, no. 20 (May 1948). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.A2M6no.20
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Lockwood, Hal.
   "How to be Smarter than Rabbits"* (Funny Bunny) / Hal
   Lockwood. 7 p. in Monkeyshines Comics, no. 21 (July 1948).
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.A2M6no.21
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Lockwood, Hal.
   "Mind Your Own Business" (Professor Penguin) / Hal
   Lockwood. 7 p. in Monkeyshines Comics, no. 21 (July 1948).
   -- Fortuneteller story. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.A2M6no.21
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Lockwood, Hal.
   "Tomato Salesman"* (Professor Penguin) / Hal Lockwood. 7 p.
   in Monkeyshines Comics, no. 20 (May 1948). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.A2M6no.20
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Lockwood, Hal.
   "Women Haters' Club" (Pat and Mike) / Hal Lockwood. 7 p. in
   Monkeyshines Comics, no. 21 (July 1948). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.A2M6no.21
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Lockwood, Hal.
   "Woo Woo gets a Checkup"* (Funny Bunny) / Hal Lockwood. 7
   p. in Monkeyshines Comics, no. 20 (May 1948). -- Woo Woo is
   a wolf. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.A2M6no.20
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Lockwood, Hal.
   "Working for the Competition"* (Jerry the Jinx) / Hal
   Lockwood. 9+ p. in Four Favorites, no. 29 (June 1947). --
   Library copy lacks at least one page at end of story. --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.A2F6no.29
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Lockwood, Hal--Miscellanea.
   Entry (p. 139) in The Who's Who of American Comic Books, by
   Jerry Bails & Hames Ware (Detroit, Mich. : J. Bails,
   1973-1976). -- Call no.: PN6725.B3v.2
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Lockwood, John.
   "Wood's Mystery Woman?" / John Lockwood. p. 77, 79 in Comic
   Book Marketplace, v. 2, no. 46 (Apr. 1997) -- (Marketplace
   Mail) -- Letter requesting information on a recurring
   cameo.
   I. Lockwood, John. k. Wood, Wallace--Miscellanea. Call no.:
   PN6714.C632v.2no.46
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Lockwood, Tim.
   "Gary Groth, Supervillain" / Tim Lockwood. p. 2 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 215 (Aug. 1999). -- (Blood & Thunder)
   -- Letter (with response by Groth) on the relative
   placement of the Fantastic Four and Maus on the top 100
   list. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.215
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