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Lost Cars.
   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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Lost Cats.
   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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Lost Cats.
   "Dogs are Supposed to Have a Keen Sense of Direction"* (Fat
   Freddy's Cat) 1 p. in The Adventures of Fat Freddy's Cat,
   bk. 3 (1977) / by Gilbert Shelton & Dave Sheridan. --
   Summary: The cat is lost and asks a dog for help. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.45.R5A3bk.3
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Lost Cats.
   "$50 Reward Lost Cat"* (Fat Freddy's Cat ; 162) 1 p. in The
   Adventures of Fat Freddy's Cat, no. 4 (1978) / by Gilbert
   Shelton ; and 1/2 p. in The Adventures of Fat Freddy's Cat,
   no. 4 (1988) -- Call no.: PN6728.45.R5A3bk.4 1978. Call
   no.: PN6728.45.R5A3no.4 1988
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Lost Cats.
   "Would You Give Up Jasper for $500?"* (Sam and Silo, May 1,
   1985) / by Jerry Dumas. -- Summary: Sam finds an ad for a
   lost cat. -- Call no.: oversize PN6726.K52A2
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Lost Cause : John Wesley Hardin, the Taylor Sutton Feud, and
   Reconstruction Texas / Jack Jackson. -- Northampton, Ma. :
   Kitchen Sink Press, 1998. -- 153 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. --
   Sub-title on cover: The true story of famed Texas
   gunslinger John Wesley Hardin. -- Includes bibliographical
   references (p. 151-152). -- Genres: Western, historical. --
   Call no.: F391.J3 1998
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Lost Cause--Miscellanea.
   "Pop History" / Michael Hureaux Perez. p. 4 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 215 (Aug. 1999). -- (Blood & Thunder) --
   Letter on Jack Jackson's Lost Cause. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.215
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Lost Cause--Reviews.
   "Lost Cause" / a review by Ron Evry. p. 89-90 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 213 (June 1999). -- (Beyond the Grid) --
   Review of Lost Cause (Jack Jackson). -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.213
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Lost Cause Productions.
   Spandex Tights. -- Sharon Hill, PA : Lost Cause
   Productions, 1994-1997. -- ill. ; 26 cm. -- Published v. 1
   no. 1 (Sept. 1994) - v. 2, no. 3 (May 1997). -- Vol. 1
   complete in 6 nos. -- Superhero and parody genres. --
   LIBRARY HAS: v. 2, no. 3. -- Call no.: PN6728.6.L62S63
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"The Lost Charm" p. 117-121 in Children's Digest, no. 3 (Dec.
   1950). -- Story explains why dogs chase cats. -- Call no.:
   AP201.C46no.3
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Lost Children

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Lost Children.
   "Danger in the Wilderness" (Rex the Wonder Dog) / John
   Broome, script ; Gil Kane, pencils ; Bernard Sachs, inks.
   10 p. in The Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog, no. 45
   (May/June 1959). -- Summary: Traveling out West with Danny,
   Rex renews an acquaintance with a bear, finds a lost child
   and a lost bear cub, and captures two escaped convicts. --
   Data from Gene Reed via Grand Comics Database Project. --
   Call no.: Film 15791r.607
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Lost Children.
   "Estelle, I Can't Believe I've Lost My Sophie!"* (Judge
   Parker, Aug. 24, 1994) / LeDoux and Wilson. -- Summary:
   Abbey is on the phone with Dr. Winston's receptionist. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lost kids"
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Lost Children.
   "Every Cop in the City is Looking Out for Sophie. We'll
   Find Her!"* (Judge Parker, Aug. 26, 1994) / LeDoux and
   Wilson. -- Summary: Abbey gives the police officer the
   number at Dr. Winston's office. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "lost kids"
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Lost Children.
   "The Police Will Find Sophie, Ms. Spencer"* (Judge Parker,
   Aug. 25, 1994) / by Paul Nichols ; LeDoux and Wilson. --
   Summary: Estelle invites Abbey over to her office to wait
   for calls. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lost kids"
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The Lost Children of the World.
   "Freak Show" / written by Bruce Jones ; illustrated by
   Berni Wrightson ; colored by Michelle Wrightson. p. 11-16
   in Heavy Metal, v. 6, no. 6 (Sept. 1982). -- "The story so
   far: A brightly decorated wagon pulled into a small town at
   the height of a severe rain storm. The driver, a gaunt
   figure in black, began to tell the townspeople of a similar
   person who, years earlier, undertook the 'collecting' of
   lonely and deformed people, the lost children of the
   world." -- To be continued. -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.6no.6
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Lost Cities

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Lost Cities.
   Atlantis, the Lost Empire [videorecording] / Walt Disney
   Pictures ; producer, Don Hahn ; screenplay, Tab Murphy ;
   directors, Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise. -- Burbank, Calif. :
   Distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2002. -- 1
   videodisc (96 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. -- DVD. --
   Closed-captioned. -- Summary (from OCLC): Hidden deep below
   the ocean surface is one of the greatest mysteries of all
   time--the Lost City of Atlantis. Join the world's most
   highly qualified crew of experts led by "adventure
   capitalist" Commander Rourke and Milo Thatch, a linguist
   who knows the ancient Atlantean language, as they board the
   incredible 1,000-foot submarine, the Ulysses, and head deep
   into the mysteries of the sea, hoping to reveal the secrets
   of Atlantis. -- Call no.: PN1997.A848A75 2002
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Lost Cities.
   Atlantis, the Lost Empire : the Junior Novelization /
   adapted by Lara Bergen ; based upon the screenplay written
   by Tab Murphy. -- New York : Random House, 2001. -- 127 p.
   : col. ill. ; 21 cm. -- "With 8 pages of full-color movie
   stills!" -- Summary "At last, Milo Thatch's lifelong dream
   is coming true! He is setting off to find the lost city of
   Atlantis as a member of a secret expedition. Milo and his
   crewmates are about to discover that the legendary
   civilization is not only real, but still exists!" -- At
   head of title : Disney's. -- Call no.: PS3602.E74A85 2001
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Lost Cities.
   Jane and the Lost City [videorecording]. -- Torrance, CA :
   R&G Video, 1991. -- 1 videocassette (94 min.) : col. ; 1/2
   in. -- Video release of a 1987 motion picture. --
   Screenplay: Mervyn Haisman ; story by Mervyn Haisman, Terry
   Marcel, and Harry Robertson. -- Cast: Sam Jones, Maud
   Adams, Jasper Carrott, Robin Bailey, Graham Stark, Kirsten
   Hughes. -- Adapts the British strip cartoon Jane in a
   jungle adventure story. -- Call no.: PN6738.J3L6 1991
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Lost Cities.
   Jonny Quest and the Lost City / story by Horace J. Elias.
   -- New York : Modern Promotions 1972. -- 24 p. : col. ill.
   ; 21 cm. -- (Durabooks ; 39013) -- Summary: Jonny Quest and
   his father find the lost city of the ancient Aztec Indians
   but are captured by Professor Null. -- Call no.:
   PN1992.77.J6L67 1972
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Lost Cities.
   "The Lost Aztec City"* (Wilton of the West) / art: Lou Fine
   (Jack Cortez) ; script: Lou Fine? 7 p. in Jumbo Comics, no.
   12 (Feb. 1940). -- Data from Lou Mougin via The Grand
   Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5J8m no.12
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Lost Cities.
   "The Lost Mexican City"* (Jane Martin) / by F.E. Lincoln ;
   George Evans, art. 6 p. in Wings Comics, no. 105 (May
   1949). -- Data from Lou Mougin, Jim Walls, Gary L. Watson,
   et al., via Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.:
   Film 15791r.389
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Lost Cities.
   "Phantor, the Lost City"* (Tiger Girl) / art: Matt Baker.
   10 p. in Fight Comics, no. 38 (June 1945). -- Data from
   Gene Reed via Grand Comic Book Database. -- Call no.: Film
   15791 r.148
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Lost Cities.
   Tarzan : Love, Lies and the Lost City. -- Westlake Village,
   CA : Malibu Comics, 1992. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Complete
   in 3 nos. -- Jungle adventure genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no.
   1-3. -- Call no.: PN6728.6.M25T29 1992
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Lost Cities.
   Walt Disney's Donald Duck : The Lost Jungle City. --
   Racine, Wis. : Western, 1975. -- 248 p. : ill. ; 13 cm. --
   (Big little book ; 5772) -- "Flip-it- cartoons"-- cover. --
   Advertising matter: 3 p. at end.
   1. Funny animal comics. I. Donald Duck, the Lost Jungle
   City. II. The Lost Jungle City. III. Series. Call no.:
   PN6728.W47D657 1975
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"The Lost City" (Happy Rabbit) p. 78-91 in Children's Digest,
   no. 27 (Apr. 1953) ; reprinted from Happy Rabbit, no. 45
   (1951). -- Funny animal genre. -- Call no.: AP201.C46no.27
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"The Lost City" (Ken Hammond) / Lin Davies. 2 p. text in Jumbo
   Comics, no. 4 (Dec. 1938). -- Data from Lou Mougin via The
   Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: Film 15791r.180
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The Lost City.
   Gun Fu : the Lost City / written and inked by Howard M.
   Shum ; penciled by Joey Mason. -- Axiom, . -- col. ill. ;
   26 cm. -- To be complete in 4 nos. -- Kung fu and jungle
   adventure genres. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 3 (2004). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.7.A92G8 2004
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The Lost City.
   Index entry (p. 195) in All in Color for a Dime, edited by
   Dick Lupoff & Don Thompson (Iola, WI : Krause Publications,
   1997). -- Reference to a movie serial. -- Call no.:
   NC1426.A43 1997
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"The Lost City of Los Angeles!" (Atomic Knights) / John
   Broome, story ; Murphy Anderson, art. 9 p. in Strange
   Adventures, no. 220 (Oct. 1969); reprinted from Strange
   Adventures, no. 126 (Mar. 1961)
   I. Broome, John. II. Anderson, Murphy. III. Atomic Knights.
   k. Cities. k. Los Angeles (Calif.) Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3S76no.220
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Lost Civilization

Lost Civilization / V. Segrelles ; translation by Robert Legault. -- New York : NBM, 1997. -- 48 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm. -- (The Mercenary ; 7) -- Fantasy genre. -- Call no.: PN6777.S4L6 1997

Summary: Takes place in the year 1003, near the border of the Christian northern half of Spain. Satan is about to claim the soul of an innocent Jewish girl proclaimed a witch by the clergy, when St. George intervenes. A Jewish man, Ramiro, has helped stage the confrontation to save the girl. He has also obtained a document that pinpoints the location of Atlantis. The Mercenary and Nan-Tay fly to the location and find an empty city. A message tells where the inhabitants went, one location in the Yucatan and one in East Africa. The two split up and fly their dragons to the two locations to investigate, planning to meet again in 6 days. The Mercenary goes west and comes upon Toltecs who have enslaved the Mayans and almost exterminated the Atlanteans. He is advised by a mysterious blind man to wear feathers and say he's an envoy from Kukulkan. The Toltecs pretend to be satisfied when he says he has nothing to do with Atlanteans. They are suspicious, but take him to witness the sacrifice of a "little girlfriend of the Atlanteans." It turns out to be Ky (the character from Year 1000) and they escape through a trap door in the temple. With the help of the blind man, who is not blind actually, and is the last of the Atlanteans, they arrive at an Atlantean airship in which to escape. The Toltec king mounted on The Mercenary's dragon catches them and kills their guide, then his priests arrive and kill the king in a coup. The king has drugged the dragon, so it also dies. Ky and The Mercenary figure out how to fly the ship and head back for the remains of Atlantis to rendezvous with Nan-Tay. Atlantis seems to have sunk, and they lose control of the aircraft and crash. After a few days Nan-Tay finds them floating in the ocean, and they leave together on Nan-Tay's dragon.

This summary is from European Comics in English Translation (Jefferson, NC : McFarland & Company, 2002). Used with permission.

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"Lost Civilizations"* (Gilbert Shelton's Advanced Motoring
   Tips, no 303) 1 p. in Fat Freddy's Comics & Stories, no. 2
   (1986) / by Gilbert Shelton ; also printed on back cover of
   Arcade, the Comics Revue, no. 3 (Fall 1975) -- Data from
   Catherine Yronwode. -- Call no.: PN6728.45.R5F33no.2. Call
   no.: PN6728.45.P7A7no.3
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Lost Civilizations.
   "Valley of the White Giants" (Rex the Wonder Dog) / John
   Broome, script ; Gil Kane, pencils ; Bernard Sachs, inks. 8
   p. in The Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog, no. 31
   (Jan./Feb. 1957). -- Summary: Explorer Wells Hartford and
   Rex, as his photographer, travel to Africa and discover a
   lost civilization of albino giants and prehistoric animals.
   -- Data from Gene Reed via Grand Comics Database Project.
   -- Call no.: Film 15791r.607
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Lost Colonies.
   "Earth, the Lost Colony" / by Kenneth McLoed. 2 p. text in
   Jumbo Comics, no. 159 (May 1952). -- Call no.: Film
   15791r.315
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"The Lost Colony" p. 9-15 in True Comics, no. 16 (Sept. 1942).
   -- About Sir Walter Raleigh and the Roanoke Colony. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.16
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Lost Colony of Atlantis.
   Index entry (p. 509) in Historia de los Comics / J.
   Toutain, J. Coma (Barcelona : Toutain, 1982-1984?) -- Call
   no.: PN6710.H5 1982a
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"The Lost Comics Companies : Eastern Color Printing Co." / by
   Chuck Wooley. p. 128-130 in Comics Feature, no. 12/13
   (Sept./Oct. 1981). -- Call no.: PN6725.C63no.12/13
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The Lost Comics Companies.
   "Sonnet Publishing Co." / by Chuck Wooley. p. 76-77 in
   Comics Feature, no. 16 (Feb. 1982). -- (The Lost Comics
   Companies) -- Sonnet is a company that only published two
   comics: Thimble Theater Starring Popeye, no. 1-2 (1932?).
   -- Call no.: PN6725.C63no.16
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Lost Comics of the 70s

Column of investment advice by Tony Starks, in Comic Book Marketplace
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"Lost Comics of the 70s (part 1)" / by Tony Starks. p. 40-41
   in Comic Book Marketplace, no. 11 (Mar. 1992). -- Describes
   the most collectible comic books of the 1970s. -- Call no.:
   PN6714.C632no.11
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"Lost Comics of the 70s (part 2)" / by Tony Starks. p. 40-41
   in Comic Book Marketplace, no. 13 (May 1992). -- Chooses
   comic books he considers sleepers for investment value. --
   Call no.: PN6714.C632no.13
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Lost Comics of the 70's (July 1992)
   "Dirt Cheap Marvel First Issues" / by Tony Starks. p. 53-54
   in Comic Book Marketplace, no. 15 (July 1992) -- (Lost
   Comics of the 70's) -- Call no.: PN6714.C632no.15
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Lost Comics of the 70s (Nov. 1992)
   "Dirt Cheap DC" / by Tony Starks. p. 41-42 in Comic Book
   Marketplace, no. 19 (Nov. 1992). -- (Lost Comics of the
   70s) -- Call no.: PN6714.C632no.19
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Lost Comics of the 70's (Mar./Apr. 1993)
   "Lost Comics of the '70s" / by Tony Starks. p. 128 in Comic
   Book Marketplace, no. 1 (Mar./Apr. 1993). -- (Comics in a
   Flash) -- Recommends investment in Swamp Thing, Marvel
   Team-Up, and Warlock. -- Call no.: Z1000.C59no.1
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Lost Conquistadores.
   "The Isle of Lost Conquistadores"* (Shark Brodie) / Tom
   Tracy. 7 p. in Fight Comics, no. 43 (Apr. 1946). -- Data
   from Gene Reed via Grand Comic Book Database. -- Call no.:
   Film 15791 r.112
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The Lost Continent

The Lost Continent / art & story by Riverstone ; translated by Georgina Ranuzzi. -- San Francisco, CA : Last Gasp, 1998. -- 61 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. -- (Nagarya ; pt. 2) -- Author's name on spine: Silverstone. -- Painted art. -- "Adults only." -- "Originally published in France in the magazine BD Adult." -- "Priaprism Press". -- Call no.: PN6747.R55N3213 1998

Summary: Four castaways on a jungle planet, Anny Wellington, John, Mongo, and Jo, discover and observe a troupe of human women living without technology or clothing. Eventually they see a man as well, who is very large and very strong. Anny the ethnologist decides an effort must be made to communicate, and approaches the man. He takes her away to the trees in spite of the efforts of the other three men. Anny decides she likes frolicking in the treetops with the giant Ekaton, and soon Ekaton seems to cede the rest of his harem to Johnny, Mongo and Jo. Things proceed in a lascivious manner. Anny gets pregnant, and all the other women are thus proven sterile. Any use of tools, attempt to share language or to leave the forest results in panicked shouts of "Nagarya." Anny takes an abortion pill, and John uses his few medical tools to discover that the women all have IUDs. The Earth castaways get out their gun and tools and decide to be more aggressive in finding out what's going on. They find ancient ruins inhabited by more humans, men who wear partial armor, carry swords, and murder women and leave the corpses about. The castaways and the friendly natives organize a resistance and begin ambushing the killers.

This summary is from European Comics in English Translation (Jefferson, NC : McFarland & Company, 2002). Used with permission.

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"The Lost Continent"* (Kazanda) / Peter Amos, script ; Brodie
   Mack, art. 9 p. in Rangers Comics, no. 23 (June 1945). --
   Introduction of Kazanda, Professor, Paul, & Eileen; and of
   the villain Sylf. -- Reprinted from British or Australian
   newspaper strip. -- Adventure story genre. -- Data from Lou
   Mougin, Tony R. Rose, James Ludwig, et al. via The Grand
   Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: Film 15791r.166
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Lost Costumes.
   "Supergirl's Lost Costume!" (Supergirl) 12 p. in Adventure
   Comics, no. 392 (Apr. 1970). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.N3A3no.392
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The Lost Country.
   Index entry (p. 166, 170) in Panel by Panel : A History of
   Australian Comics, by John Ryan (Stanmore, NSW : Cassell
   Australia, 1979). -- Index by John Melloy. -- Call no.:
   PN6790.A8R9
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"Lost Cow Noisemaker"* (Cul de Sac, Apr. 18, 2008) / by
   Richard Thompson. -- Summary: Dad's reading to the class
   and we hear a big "Mooo". -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "noisemakers"
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"The Lost Crown of Genghis Khan!" (Uncle Scrooge) 19 p. in
   Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge, no. 14 (June/Aug. 1956) --
   SUMMARY: Scrooge and his nephews parachute onto the "Roof
   of the World" to find a crown stolen by the Abominable
   Snowman, who is himself much more interested in Uncle
   Scrooge's noisy dollar watch.
   I. Uncle Scrooge. k. Crowns. k. Genghis Khan. k. Roof of
   the World. k. Abominable Snowman. k. Watches. k. Tibet. k.
   Himalayas. Call no.: PN6728.2.D4U5no.14
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Lost Cubs.
   "Danger in the Wilderness" (Rex the Wonder Dog) / John
   Broome, script ; Gil Kane, pencils ; Bernard Sachs, inks.
   10 p. in The Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog, no. 45
   (May/June 1959). -- Summary: Traveling out West with Danny,
   Rex renews an acquaintance with a bear, finds a lost child
   and a lost bear cub, and captures two escaped convicts. --
   Data from Gene Reed via Grand Comics Database Project. --
   Call no.: Film 15791r.607
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"Lost Diamond"* (What Would You Do?) / by Louis Wolfe. 2 p. in
   True Comics, no. 60 (May 1947) -- A jeweler loses a diamond
   when somebody screams outside his store.
   I. Wolfe, Louis. II. What Would You Do? k. Diamonds. k
   Jewelers. k. Screams. Call no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.60
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"Lost Dog"* (Pierre) p. 35 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact,
   v. 10, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1954). -- Summary: Pierre returns a
   dog for a reward, but in the process ruins his suit. --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.10no.7
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Lost Dogs

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Lost Dogs.
   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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Lost Dogs.
   "I Hope You Find Your Dog, Mark, I Know How Much He Means
   to You!"* (Mark Trail, Feb. 7, 1998) / by Jack Elrod. --
   Summary: The newspaper editor agrees to print Andy's
   picture to help find him. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lost
   dogs"
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Lost Dogs.
   "I'll Know My Own Pooch"* (Gasoline Alley, Mar. 15, 1962) /
   King. -- Summary: Sam Smack is coming to identify his lost
   dog. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "identification"
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Lost Dogs.
   "Little Dog Lost!" (Green Arrow) / Elliot S! Maggin, writer
   ; Mike Grell, art. 6 p. in Action Comics, no. 440 (Oct.
   1974). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3A2no.440
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"The Lost Dolls" (Steven's Comics) / by David Kelly. p. 31-34
   in Gay Comics, no. 23 (Summer 1996) -- Eight individually
   titled two-tier episodes: Show and Tell ; The Stolen Dolls
   ; The Secret Fort ; The Saddest Thing ; Travis Wise ; The
   Car Show ; Darth Vader ; Sorry.
   I. Kelly, David. II. Steven's Comics. III. ["Each episode
   title"] k. Dolls. Call no.: PN6728.45.K5G3no.23
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"Lost Drawing Pin"* (Jak) 1 p. in The Dandy, no. 3162 (June
   29, 2002). -- Funny kid genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6738.D3no.3162
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The Lost Dutchman's Mine

The Lost Dutchman's Mine / Jean-Michel Charlier and Jean "Moebius" Giraud, co-creators ; Jean-Marc Lofficier, Randy Lofficier, translators. King of the Buffalo / Noel Carre, story ; Jean "Moebius" Giraud, colors ; Bill Oakley, letterer. -- New York : Epic Comics, 1991. -- 106 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm. -- (Epic Graphic Novel) -- (Marshall Blueberry ; 1) -- First published in 1972 as: La Mine de l'Allemand perdu, and Le Spectre aux balles d'or. -- This album was repackaged with Mississippi River by Graphitti Desigins in 1991 as Moebius 9. -- Western genre. -- Call no.: PN6747.C44M313 1991. Call no.: PN6747.G5A4 1987b v.9

"The Lost Dutchman's Mine" 46 p. -- Summary: Michael Blueberry has been assigned by the army to be a town Marshal in Palomito, Arizona, and Jimmy McClure is his hard-drinking deputy. Gunfire interrupts their poker game, and they investigate to find a man calling himself Baron Werner Amadeus van Luckner. Also known as "Prosit," Luckner has been taking partners for years in a gold mine he supposedly knows about, without producing any gold. One of his defrauded partners has caught up with him in Palomito. Luckner shows Blueberry a nugget to try to verify his story, but Blueberry scratches it and finds lead. A mob comes after Luckner in the jail, and Blueberry saves him, but then two hard cases with a warrant arrive. Blueberry is suspicious of them, but while negotiations are in progress Luckner convinces McClure about the mine and the two old coots head for the desert. During a long pursuit, McClure and Luckner take a short cut through an abandoned mine, and Luckner caves it in on Blueberry just behind them. When Blueberry digs himself out, he finds himself in the hands of the bounty hunters, who leave him in the desert to die. Guffie Palmer and her actresses find him there, and give him water and a horse. Meanwhile Luckner and McClure are being chased by Apaches. They escape, then Luckner wounds McClure and leaves him to die. The bounty hunters find McClure and interrogate him, but Blueberry hears the screams and interferes, killing the younger one, whose name is Cole. With the older one, whose name is Wally Blount, Blueberry and McClure start back for Palomito.

"The Ghost with the Golden Bullets" 52 p. -- Summary: While Michael Blueberry, Wally Blount and Jimmy McClure look for a waterhole, Prosit Luckner is looking for his mine, and a group of Apaches is looking for all of them. Luckner tries to kill the three men at a waterhole, and Blueberry turns the tables. While they're arguing the Apaches close in, and the four of them race toward Dead Horse Mesa, which the Apaches consider cursed. Blount shoots Blueberry's horse, thinking it will slow the Apaches down and give him a better chance, but they all make it to the mesa and Blount puts the pressure on Luckner to show him the mine. Luckner isn't quite sure where it is, but it is supposed to be somewhere in the mesa. The "mesa" is also a kind of labyrinth with caves and a sand dune that is part quicksand. That night the two parties hear strange wailing, and the next morning somebody shoots at Blount and Luckner with golden bullets. Briefly out of sight of Blount, Luckner catches a rattlesnake and keeps it in a bag. That night, after the "ghost" has fired a few more golden bullets at them, Luckner kills Blount with the snake and starts to stalk the ghost. The ghost leads Luckner to an old cliff dwelling, and traps him in a kiva with lots of gold but no water. The ghost speaks to Luckner in Dutch, and we learn that he is the real Luckner, and that Prosit is actually Gustaaf Havel, Luckner's former servant. Gustaaf had thought he had killed his employer years ago, though the man survived as an amnesiac until Gustaaf hit him with a ricochet from his kiva prison. Blueberry and McClure follow a trail of blood and find the mine, and the real Luckner. Prosit/Gustaaf locks the three of them in the mine and escapes with the half-million in gold that Luckner had already mined. Luckner knows a back way out, however, and they catch Gustaaf Havel in New Orleans, about to take ship for Europe.

"King of the Buffalo" / story by Noel Carre. 10 p. -- Summary: A buffalo hunter named Art Howell comes into "the main buffalo hunting town," sees an Indian being mistreated by a bully, gets a room in a hotel, and signs on to hunt buffalo. He is warned about the "king of the buffalo," a man who is scaring off buffalo hunters. Art soon discovers that the Indian from town, whose name is Peetatchala, is the "king of the buffalo," protecting his tribe's livelihood for good reasons. Art proposes setting up a game preserve, and Peetatchala likes the idea. Art gets the governor to agree to set up a buffalo reservation, and he and Peetatchala shake hands. This story was first published in 1958.

These summaries are from European Comics in English Translation (Jefferson, NC : McFarland & Company, 2002). Used with permission.

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Lost Empires.
   Atlantis, the Lost Empire [videorecording] / Walt Disney
   Pictures ; producer, Don Hahn ; screenplay, Tab Murphy ;
   directors, Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise. -- Burbank, Calif. :
   Distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2002. -- 1
   videodisc (96 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. -- DVD. --
   Closed-captioned. -- Summary (from OCLC): Hidden deep below
   the ocean surface is one of the greatest mysteries of all
   time--the Lost City of Atlantis. Join the world's most
   highly qualified crew of experts led by "adventure
   capitalist" Commander Rourke and Milo Thatch, a linguist
   who knows the ancient Atlantean language, as they board the
   incredible 1,000-foot submarine, the Ulysses, and head deep
   into the mysteries of the sea, hoping to reveal the secrets
   of Atlantis. -- Call no.: PN1997.A848A75 2002
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Lost Empires.
   Atlantis, the Lost Empire : the Junior Novelization /
   adapted by Lara Bergen ; based upon the screenplay written
   by Tab Murphy. -- New York : Random House, 2001. -- 127 p.
   : col. ill. ; 21 cm. -- "With 8 pages of full-color movie
   stills!" -- Summary "At last, Milo Thatch's lifelong dream
   is coming true! He is setting off to find the lost city of
   Atlantis as a member of a secret expedition. Milo and his
   crewmates are about to discover that the legendary
   civilization is not only real, but still exists!" -- At
   head of title : Disney's. -- Call no.: PS3602.E74A85 2001
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Lost Empires.
   "Treasure of the Lost Empire, Chapter 1" (Rory Randall the
   Singing Cowboy) / Mitch Manzer. p. 49-63 in Prime Cuts, no.
   1 (Jan. 1987). -- Namron, evil dictator of the underground
   city Vizania, plots to kidnap Rory, who meanwhile is trying
   to learn the facts of life. -- Call no.: PN6700.P7no.1
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Lost False Teeth

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Lost False Teeth.
   "Checking to See If This Is Where I Might've Left Them"*
   (Geech, Aug. 25, 1992) / Bittle. -- Summary: Mr. Purvis
   visits the dentist for a check-up. -- Key words: Lost
   dentures. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Dentures"
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Lost False Teeth.
   "I Forgot Where I Put Them" (Beetle Bailey, Dec. 17, 1993)
   / Mort Walker. -- Summary: Amos gets up to brush his teeth.
   -- Key words: Beds, lost false teeth. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "false teeth"
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Lost False Teeth.
   "I Seem To Lose Them Everytime We Kiss" (Flipside, Mar. 20,
   1993) / Ramzah. -- Key words: Lost false teeth. -- Call
   no.: PN6726f.B55 "false teeth"
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Lost False Teeth.
   "Toothy Grin on that Dog"* (Born Loser, Oct. 2, 1991) /
   Art/Chip. -- Summary: Mother Gargle can't find her false
   teeth, and she was sure she left them where Brutus and the
   dog are sitting (and smiling) -- Key words: Lost false
   teeth. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "false teeth"
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Lost False Teeth.
   "What Did You Have For Lunch?"* (Geech, Aug. 5, 1992) /
   Bittle. -- Summary: Mr. Purvis asks Ruby if he left his
   teeth in the diner yesterday. -- Key words: Lost false
   teeth, soup. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "false teeth"
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Lost False Teeth.
   "What Were His Exact Words?"* (Beetle Bailey, Apr. 3, 1993)
   / Mort Walker. -- Summary: Beetle thinks the General lost
   his false teeth. -- Key word: Articulation. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "false teeth"
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"The Lost Fleischer Superman Cartoon" / Jim Korkis on
   animation. p. 14-20 in Hogan's Alley, no. 10 (=v. 3, no. 2)
   (Summer 2002). -- (Cel Break) -- Call no.: PN6700.H6no.10
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The Lost Forest.
   "Strange, He was So Anxious to Show Me His Pictures"* (Mark
   Trail, May 3, 2006) / Jack Elrod. -- Summary: Grandfather
   wants to hear about the trip to the Lost Forest. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "pictures"
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Lost Forests.
   "None Came Back" (Capt. Marvel Jr.) 9 p. in Captain Marvel
   Jr., no. 48 (Apr. 1947) -- SUMMARY: Five people enter the
   lost forest, all with different and conflicting
   motivations.
   I. Captain Marvel Jr. k. Lost Forests. k. Forests. k.
   Coming Back. Call no.: PN6728.1.F3C32no.48
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"The Lost Fortnight".
   Index entry (p. 27, 87) in The Will Eisner Companion, by
   N.C. Christopher Couch & Stephen Weiner (New York : DC
   Comics, 2004). -- Call no.: PN6727.E35 Z5C6 2004
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The Lost Generation.
   Entry (p. 288) in Comics Between the Panels / Steve Duin,
   Mike Richardson (Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse Comics, 1998)
   -- Term used to describe a period from the middle 1950s to
   the middle 1960s in U.S. comics, when no new young artists
   joined the field. -- Call no.: PN6707.D8 1998
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The Lost Generation.
   Marvel-- The Lost Generation. -- New York : Marvel Comics,
   2000-2001. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Complete in 12 nos. --
   Superhero genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-12. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.7.M3M346 2000
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Lost Generation Journal.
   James Thurber Special. -- 45 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- (Lost
   Generation Journal, v. 3, no. 1, Winter 1975). -- Title
   from cover. -- Includes: "The Thurber Collection at Ohio
   State University" / by Robert Tibbetts, p. 12-15, 38. --
   Call no.: AP2.L6v.3no.1
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Lost Girl / N. Kanan. -- New York : NBM, 1999. -- 1 v. : ill.
   ; 23 cm. -- (ComicsLit) -- Genre: Alternative. -- Call no.:
   PN6737.K27L6 1999
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Lost Girls

Series by Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie, featuring children's literature characters (Alice of Wonderland, Wendy of Neverland, and Dorothy of Oz) and lesbian sex
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Lost Girls. -- Northampton, MA : Kitchen Sink Press, 1995- .
   -- col. ill. ; 27 cm. -- By Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie.
   -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-2 (1995-1996). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.6.K5L6
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Lost Girls / writer, Alan Moore ; artist, Melinda Gebbie. --
   Marietta, Ga. : Top Shelf, 2005. -- col. ill. ; 31 cm. in
   slipcase. -- Complete in 3 v. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1-3. --
   Fantasy and erotic genres. -- Call no.: PN6737.M6L6 2006
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The Lost Girls--Articles About.
   "Lost in the Moment" / words by Tobi Elkin ; artwork by
   Melinda Gebbie. p. 12-14 in Verbicide Magazine, no. 20
   (Summer 2007). -- "Artist Melinda Gebbie set out to start a
   dialogue about female sexual exploration. But 16 years
   later, she found she had created much more than a book." --
   Article about Melinda Gebbie and The Lost Girls. -- Call
   no.: NX1.V47no.20
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Lost Girls--Articles About.
   "Speaking the Truth of Sex : Moore & Gebbie's Lost Girls" /
   Josť Alaniz. p. 307-318 in International Journal of Comic
   Art, v. 8, no. 2 (Fall 2006). -- Includes illustrations and
   bibliographical references. -- Call no.: PN6700.I54v.8no.2
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Lost Girls--Miscellanea.
   "Chip on His Shoulder" / Craig Butler. p. 4 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 186 (Apr. 1996) -- (Blood & Thunder) -- Letter
   to the editor about Lost Girls. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.186
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Lost Girls--Miscellanea.
   Entry (p. 341-342) in The Slings and Arrows Comic Guide,
   Frank Plowright, ed. (London : Aurum Press, 1997). --
   "Reviews and analyses." -- Call no.: PN6707.S55 1997
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Lost Girls--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 245) in Adult Comics : an Introduction / by
   Roger Sabin (London : Routledge, 1993). Call no.:
   PN6710.S23 1993
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Lost Girls--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 154) to A Century of Women Cartoonists, by
   Trina Robbins (Northampton, Mass. : Kitchen Sink Press,
   1993). Call no.: NC1426.R63 1993
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Lost Girls--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 162, 168, 170) to Comic Book Rebels / ed.
   by S. Wiater and S.R. Bissette. New York : D.I. Fine, 1993.
   Call no.: PN6725.C69 1993
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Lost Girls--Reviews.
   "Lost Girls #1" / reviewed by Paul Tobin. p. 51 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 184 (Feb. 1996) -- (Objective Opinions
   : Firing Line) -- Reviews the Alan Moore/Melinda Gebbie
   comic. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.184
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Lost Glasses.
   "Obsessive-Compulsive (Lost Glasses)" / story, Harvey Pekar
   ; art, Bill Knapp. 10 p. in American Splendor, no. 10
   (1985). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.P4A5no.10
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"The Lost Gold Mine, part 4"* (Cal 'n' Alec) / Stockton,
   script and art. 2 p. in Adventure Comics, no. 32 (Nov.
   1938). -- Adventure story genre. -- Data from Bob Cherry,
   Gene Reed, Lou Mougin, et al., via Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3A3m no.32
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"The Lost Gold Mine, part 5"* (Cal 'n' Alec) / Stockton,
   script and art. 2 p. in Adventure Comics, no. 33 (Dec.
   1938). -- Adventure story genre. -- Data from Bob Cherry,
   Gene Reed, Lou Mougin, et al., via Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3A3m no.33
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"The Lost Gold Mine, part 6"* (Cal 'n' Alec) / Stockton,
   script and art. 2 p. in Adventure Comics, no. 34 (July
   1939). -- Adventure story genre. -- Data from Bob Cherry,
   Gene Reed, Lou Mougin, et al., via Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3A3m no.34
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"The Lost Gold Mine, part 7"* (Cal 'n' Alec) / Stockton (Fred
   Schwab), script and art. 2 p. in Adventure Comics, no. 35
   (Feb. 1939). -- Next appearance in More Fun Comics, no. 42.
   -- Adventure story genre. -- Data from Bob Cherry, Gene
   Reed, Lou Mougin, et al., via Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3A3m no.35
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"The Lost Gold Mine" (Tex Granger, Fighting Frontier Marshal)
   10 p. in True Comics, no. 83 (June 1950)
   I. Tex Granger, Fighting Frontier Marshal. k. Gold Mines.
   k. Mines. Call no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.83
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The Lost Golfer.
   "The Episode of the Lost Golfer" (Hawkshaw the Detective,
   copyright 1932) / by Gus Mager. reproduced on p. 57 of Golf
   in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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The Lost Gravity Helmet.
   "The Case of the Lost Gravity Helmet" (Bulletman) 6 p. in
   Master Comics, no. 45 (Dec. 1943). -- Superhero genre. --
   Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, and Jim Vadeboncoeur via
   The Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: Film
   15791r.74
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"The Lost Guys" / story & layout, Jane J. Oliver ; added
   embellishements, Thom France. 9 p. in Tales of Jerry, no. 9
   (1991). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.K3T3no.9
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Lost Hats.
   "Minor Memories and the Art of Adolescence" / Craig
   Maynard. p. 32-34 in Graphic Story Monthly, no. 5 (May
   1990). -- A snowball fight and a lost hat. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.6.F3G7no.5
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Lost Hats.
   "Now Why Would the Dogcatcher Call Us and Tell Us He Lost
   His Hat?" (Marmaduke, June 17, 2002) / Brad Anderson. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dogcatchers"
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The Lost Herd.
   Bobby Benson and the Lost Herd, or, The Mystery of Magic
   Mountain [microform] / story by Peter Dixon ; pictures by
   Glen Thomas. -- Hecker H-O Co., 1936. -- 95 p. : ill. ; 18
   cm. -- "Presenting Bobby Benson in adventures and more
   adventures": 24 p. of color comics at end. -- Based upon
   the radio serial of the same title. -- Two color microfiche
   by P.J. Iacovone. -- Western genre. -- Call no.: folio
   PS3507 .I9279B6 1936m
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Lost Heroes. -- Boca Raton, FL : Davdez Arts, 1998- . -- col.
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- Began with v. 1, no. zero (Mar. 1998). --
   Superhero genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1, no. 0. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.6.D353L6
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Lost Horizon.
   Index entry (p. 229, 232) in All in Color for a Dime,
   edited by Dick Lupoff & Don Thompson (Iola, WI : Krause
   Publications, 1997). -- Call no.: NC1426.A43 1997
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Lost Horizon.
   Josh Bernstein and the Search for Shangri-La / artwork by
   Mercury Studio. -- History Channel, 2006. -- 12 p. : col.
   ill. ; 18 cm. -- Television series tie-in. -- "Issue #1,"
   "to be continued." -- Adventure story genre. -- Uses
   material from James Hilton's novel Lost Horizon. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.25.H5J6 2006
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Lost Horses.
   "Which Way Did He Go?"* (Hapless Harry, Feb. 13, 1965) /
   Geo. Gately. reproduced (p. 57) in in The National
   Cartoonists Society Album 1965 ed. (New York : NCS, 1965).
   -- Summary: A lady appears to have lost her horse. -- Call
   no.: NC1300.N3 1965
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Lost Hours.
   "The Trail of the Lost Hours" (Wonder Woman) / Robert
   Kanigher, script ; Harry G. Peter, art. 12 p. in Wonder
   Woman, no. 46 (Mar./Apr. 1951). -- Appearances of Prof.
   Daniel, the Grenade Gang, Steve Trevor, and General
   Darnell. -- Data from Gene Reed, Lou Mougin, Carl Gafford,
   et al. via Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: Film
   15791r.257
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