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   "Absentminded"* (Professor Eureka) / Henry Boltinoff. 1 p.
   in Action Comics, no. 179 (Apr. 1953). -- Begins: "I'm
   tired of reading pieces in the papers saying professors are
   absentminded!" -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3A2no.179
   "American Traveler" p. 81-86 in Insatiable / Fernando
   Caretta ; translated by Laura Petrarca (Seattle, WA : Eros
   Comix, 1998). -- Summary: A college professor dreams he's a
   truck driver being seduced by a hitchhiker, and wakes up to
   find the hitchhiker is one of his students. He gets
   arrested for attemped rape. -- Call no.: PN6767.C33 I513
   "And Then There Was One" (Green Lantern) / Paul Reinman,
   Mart Nodell. 13 p. in Comic Cavalcade, no. 13 (Winter
   1945/1946) -- SUMMARY: A vision of a Lama ("one of the
   Tibetan Lamas that gave me the Green Lantern") comes to
   Alan Scott to warn him of an attempt to revive Solomon
   Grundy. The revival is done by a professor, an expert
   chemist, botanist, engineer and psychologist, "all of which
   hasn't made me much money, yet!" -- Data from Jerry Bails.
   I. Reinman, Paul. II. Nodell, Mart. III. Green Lantern. k.
   Tibetan Lamas. k. Lamas. k. Grundy, Solomon. k. Professors.
   Call no.: Film 15791 r.28
   "Aquaman's Sea-Circus" (Aquaman) / George Kashdan?, script
   ; John Daly, art. 6 p. in Adventure Comics, no. 154 (July
   1950). -- Villain is Professor Enoch Druten. -- Data from
   Bob Cherry, Gene Reed, Lou Mougin, et al., via Grand Comics
   Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3A3m no.154
   "Batman's Arabian Nights" (Batman) / Bob Kane and Lew
   Schwartz, pencils ; Charles Paris, inks ; Ira Schnapp,
   letters. 12 p. in Batman, no. 49 (Oct./Nov. 1948). --
   Appearance of Prof. Carter Nichols ; introduction of Caliph
   Haroun-Al-Raschid ; villain The Crier is introduced. --
   Time travel story. -- Data from Bill Wormstedt, Lou Mougin,
   Craig Delich, O'Hearn/Desris, et al., via Grand Comics
   Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3B3no.49
   "The Big Questions" (Rhymes with Orange, Aug. 31, 2007) /
   by Hilary Price. -- Summary: Philosophy professors discuss
   the nature of up and down as regards air conditioner
   control. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "air conditioning"
   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
   Bread & Wine : an Erotic Tale of New York / written by
   Samuel R. Delany ; drawn by Mia Wolff ; introduced by Alan
   Moore. -- New York : Juno Books, 1999. -- 44 p. : ill. ; 28
   cm. -- "This story of life in New York City begins with a
   chance meeting between a bearded, black professor, Samuel
   Delany, and a homeless Brooklyn Irishman selling books from
   a blanket on 72nd Street, and tells how their lives
   intersect and change forever. Bread & Wine is a beautifully
   drawn graphic novel about the beginning of a moving and
   lasting gay relationship, with all the complexities,
   fumblings and excitement of two people coming together.
   These men discover sexual joy and explode stereotypes while
   exploring the possibilities for compassion and acceptance,
   all the more touching because it's true"--cover blurb. --
   Call no.: PN6727.D395B74 1999
   "The Bumble-Brained Bridegroom" (Captain Marvel) / C.C.
   Beck, art. 20 p. in America's Greatest Comics, no. 4 (Aug.
   12, 1942). -- Sivana is the villain ; appearances of
   Beautia, Prof. Edgewise, Spy Smasher, Eve Corby, Lance
   O'Casey, Golden Arrow, Ibis, and Taia. -- Superhero genre.
   -- Data from Lou Mougin via The Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F3A45m no.4
   "A Bumper Crop of Inventors Blooms in the"* (Greasemonkey
   Griffin) / Kip Beales ; Alex Blum and Gus Schrotter, art. 8
   p. in Wings Comics, no. 45 (May 1944). -- Introduction of
   Lord Penbroken and Prof. Poppen J. Ipswitch ; villains are
   Hermann Goering and the Nazis. -- War genre. -- Data from
   Lou Mougin, Jim Walls, Gary L. Watson, et al., via the
   Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5W5m
   "Business School" (Bizarro, Sept. 27, 1993) / by Dan
   Piraro. -- Summary: A professor sits on his desk while
   lecturing about grovelling, sucking up, and backstabbing.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "desks"
   The Calculus Affair / Hergé ; translated by Leslie
   Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. -- London : Methuen,
   1960. -- 62 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. -- (The Adventures of
   Tintin) -- Translation of L'Affaire Tournesol. -- Summary:
   Captain Haddock accuses Snowy of breaking his priceless
   Chinese vase and Florentine mirror, but it develops that
   glass articles are breaking all over the estate. The
   breakage stops when Professor Cuthbert Calculus leaves his
   laboratory for Geneva. Foreign agents seem to be
   aggressively interested, so Tintin, the Captain, and Snowy
   fly to Geneva to protect the professor. The spies capture
   the professor, whose invention is the perfection of a
   powerful weapon. Tintin and Haddock proceed with the chase
   and rescue. Although Calculus thinks the plans for the
   weapon are in his umbrella, which Snowy has been keeping
   track of, he actually left them on the bedside table at
   home. -- Genres: Spy, adventure story. -- Call no.:
   PN6748.T483A3413 1960
   "The Casebook of Sherlock Hoek" (Ren & Stimpy) / Scott
   Benson, chronicler ; Ken Mitchroney, illustrator ; Buz
   McKim, delineator. 11 p. in The Ren & Stimpy Show, no. 29
   (Apr. 1995) -- SUMMARY: Dr. Stupid rescues a
   professor/inventor who has accidentally converted himself
   into a pile of powder.
   I. [Each creator]. I. Sherlock Hoek. k. Dr. Stupid. k.
   Rescue. k. Professors. k. Inventors. k. Piles of Powder. k.
   Powder. Call no.: PN6728.6.M3R4no.29
   "Champion of the Politically Incorrect"* (Mary Worth, July
   31, 1997) / Saunders and Giella. -- Summary: Willow's views
   on teachers are not for the Professor to hear; and the
   Professor is being a baggage porter. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "Professors"
   "The Chemical Robbery"* (The Wasp) / By Jay Fletcher. 6 p.
   in Silver Streak Comics, no. 2 (Jan. 1940) -- SUMMARY: The
   Professor's gang steals the chemicals, but The Wasp has
   taken over the getaway powerboat.
   I. Fletcher, Jay. II. The Wasp. k. Robberies. k.
   Professors. k. Getaway Powerboats. k. Powerboats. Call no.:
   Film 15791, r.163
   "The City Under the Sea" (Superman) / Alvin Schwartz,
   script ; Al Plastino, art. 12 p. in Superman, no. 67
   (Nov./Dec. 1950). -- Summary: Superman finds a domed city
   where the queen falls in love with Clark because he's so
   ordinary. -- Appearances of Lois Lane, Queen Paralea of
   Atlantis (introduced), Hajar (a villain, introduced here),
   and Professor Hubble. -- Data from Bob Hughes, Dwayne Best,
   Pat Lang, et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.N3S8m no.67
   "Civil War Air Ace" 6 p. in Airboy Comics, v. 6, no. 8
   (Sept. 1949) -- SUMMARY: Balloonist and Professor Thaddeus
   Lowe does battlefield observations from aloft,
   communicating with a telegraph wire.
   I. Lowe, Thaddeus. k. Balloonists. k. Professors. k.
   Battlefields. k. Air Aces. k. Aerial Observation. k.
   Telegraph. Call no.: Film 15791, r.105
   "Conferencia" (Condorito) p. 18 in Condorito de Oro, no. 75
   (Oct. 2001). -- A distinguished professor arrives for a
   conference, and Condorito asks how he should address him.
   -- Call no.: PN6790.M44C5675no.75
   "Conqueror" / Jim Starlin, Greg Theakston. p. 9-10 in The
   Monster Times, no. 20 (Mar. 1973) -- SUMMARY: Professor
   Screwloose builds a Polish robot in a vain attempt to take
   over the world.
   1. Robot comics. I. Starlin, Jim. II. Theakston, Greg. k.
   Professors. k. Screwloose. k. Polish jokes. Call no.:
   "The Crime Masquerade!" (Capt. Marvel) 7 p. in The Marvel
   Family, no. 5 (Oct. 1946) -- SUMMARY: Professor Spoof, the
   child psychologist, turns out to be the mastermind of a
   juvenile gang, which in turn turns out to be three criminal
   I. Captain Marvel. k. Masquerades. k. Professors. k. Spoof,
   Professor. k. Child Psychologists. k. Psychologists. k.
   Juvenile Gangs. k. Gangs. k. Midgets. Call no.: Film
   "The Death of Professor Hardy"* (Suicide Smith) / art: Joe
   Doolin. 8 p. in Wings Comics, no. 15 (Nov. 1941). --
   Appearance of Hinda; introduction and death of Prof. Hardy
   and introduction of his son, Chuck Hardy. -- Data from Lou
   Mougin via The Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.F5W5m no.15
   "Denizens of the Ancient Subway"* (Lost World) / art: Lily
   Renee. 9 p. in Planet Comics, no. 40 (Jan. 1946). --
   Appearances of Bruce, Bonnie, and Robin; villains are the
   Voltamen, and the Taomen and their Chief who are all
   introduced and all die; introduction and death of a
   professor. -- Data from Lou Mougin via the Grand Comics
   Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5P55m no.40
   "The Doll Man" / by William Erwin Maxwell. 4 p. in Feature
   Comics, no. 27 (Dec. 1939) -- SUMMARY: Darrel Dane
   completes work on a reducing fluid thanks to an
   unacknowledged suggestion from his fiancée Martha Roberts.
   He drinks the fluid while Martha is an another room talking
   to Falco the blackmailer; a shrunken Darrel goes
   momentarily wild and knocks Professor Roberts, Martha's
   father, to the floor with a hypodermic needle. Deliberating
   briefly, Darrel chooses to use his power for good rather
   than evil, and that night saves Martha from Falco.
   I. Eisner, Will. II. Fine, Lou. k. Origin stories. k. Dane,
   Darrel. k. Reducing fluids. k. Fluids. k. Roberts, Martha.
   k. Fiancées. k. Professors. k. Blackmailers. k. Hypodermic
   needles. k. Good and evil. Call no.: Film 15791 r.198
   "Dracula's Plan Was Working Perfectly Except for One Minor
   Oversight" (Mother Goose & Grimm, Sept. 7, 1993) / by Mike
   Peters. -- Summary: The professor has him trapped in a hall
   of mirrors. -- Key words: Vampires, hammers, stakes,
   reflections. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "reflections"
   Electric Pikachu Boogaloo / story and art by Toshihiro Ono.
   -- San Francisco : Viz Communications, 2000. -- 164 p. :
   ill. (some col.) ; 21 cm. -- (Pokémon) -- (Viz Graphic
   Novel) -- Sequel to: Pikachu Shocks Back. -- "Rewrite,
   Annette Roman ; translator and editor, William Flanagan."
   -- "Pikachu and Bulbasaur go off on their own to find a
   seed Pokémon guardian spirit. Then Ash and Pikachu team up
   with Professor Oak to discover the secret of strange
   Clefairy appearances. Next, Ash helps a Gloom trainer who
   was cheated in one of Team Rocket's schemes. Lastly, Ash is
   all set to battle Gary in one of the final rounds of the
   Pokémon League Competition, but is Ash's true rival his new
   friend Richie?" -- Call no.: PN6790.J33 O58P52 2000
   "Entomological Rodeos" (The Far Side, Sept. 24, 1993) /
   Gary Larson. -- Key words: Professors, pith helmets,
   chutes, nets, announcers, butterflies, ether.
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Ether"
   "Eye Eye, Sir" 5 p. in '50s Terror, no. 1 (Oct. 1988) ;
   reprinted from Witches Tales, no. 24 (Apr. 1954). --
   Begins: "Me? I'm Rudy Crane, private detective! The story
   of my life is a snappy tale. You see, they kicked me out of
   college when I was about twenty-seven for trying to hand
   Miss Duncan, my biology prof, a couple of laughs after
   school." -- About Lucy Latour, a glamorous woman who has no
   eyes when she takes off her glasses. -- Call no.:
   "The First Absent Minded Professor" p. 31-34 in Treasure
   Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 16, no. 5 (Nov. 10, 1960). --
   About Archimedes. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.16no.5
   "Fountain of Youth"* (Bugs Bunny) 12 p. in Looney Tunes and
   Merrie Melodies Comics, no. 100 (Feb. 1950). -- Summary (by
   Amy Lazet): A mysterious man who is being chased tosses
   Bugs Bunny a vial of liquid and tells him to guard it with
   his life. As Bugs is telling Porky Pig about it the next
   day, a policeman tells them that Bugs' mysterious man is
   Professor Bimbloke, a scientist who claims to have
   discovered the Fountain of Youth, and he is missing. Bugs
   and Porky accidentally drop the bottle and a rooster drinks
   it, and promptly turns into a chick. The chick waddles off
   to Elmer Fudd's home with Bugs and Porky following, and
   they realize that the Fountain is in Elmer's back yard.
   Meanwhile the villains have gotten the location of the
   fountain out of the professor. One comes back to steal the
   water, but Bugs throws some on him and turns him into an
   innocent juvenile, who happily leads them to the professor.
   After the villains are arrested, Bugs, and Elmer and the
   professor return to bottle the water, but the fountain has
   gone dry. Petunia had a bottle of the water, but before she
   drank from the bottle she refilled it with fresh water. --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.D4L6no.100
   "Frankly, I'm Puzzled by the Professor's Reference to
   Hamlet"* (Mary Worth, Jan. 16, 1993) / Saunders and Giella.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Hamlet"
   "Giants of the Deep" (Sub-Mariner) / art, Carl Pfeufer. 7
   p. in Captain America Comics, no. 20 (Nov. 1942). --
   Villain named Prof. Holz is introduced and dies. -- Data
   from Lou Mougin and Tony R. Rose via Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.M3C3m no.20
   "God's Divine Option"* (Cheech Wizard in His Student Days)
   / by Vaughn Bodé. 3 p. in Junkwaffel, no. 2 (1972). --
   Summary: Cheech Wizard creates life, and plans to sell him
   as a professor, but then its brain blows out so he plans to
   market him as either a coach or a football. -- Call no.:
   "Grand Carnival for the Benefit of the Merry Meadows Orphan
   Home"* (Merry Meadows) / Justin C. Gruelle. 8 p. in Animal
   Comics, no. 4 (Aug./Sept. 1943). -- Summary: Sly Fox and
   Harry Hyena try to steal the money raised by the Grand
   Carnival. -- Appearances of: Robert Rabbit, Bertrand Bear,
   Tommy Turtle, Freddy Frog, Maurice Mouse, Mama Bear, Mrs.
   Mouse, Earl Elephant, Donald Dog, and Professor Oliver Owl.
   -- Data from Jim Walls, Tony R. Rose, Peter Croome, et al.,
   via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.D4A53m
   "The Great I, Part 2"* (Socko Strong) / Albert Sulman,
   script ; Joseph Sulman, art. 6 p. in Adventure Comics, no.
   53 (Aug. 1940). -- Villain is The Great I ; introduction of
   Prof. Watson. -- Sports genre. -- Data from Bob Cherry,
   Gene Reed, Lou Mougin, et al., via Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3A3m no.53
   "The Haunted Lake" / text p. 240, 253 in Marvel Masterworks
   presents Atlas Era Menace (New York : Marvel Publishing,
   2009) ; reprinted from Menace, no. 10 (Mar. 1954). --
   Begins; "Professor Roydon stopped his car at the end of the
   road. He stared straight ahead, where Lake Tansfin gleamed
   in the soft moonlight." -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3M43 2009
   He Looks Too Happy to be an Assistant Professor : a
   Collection of Cartoons / Vivian Scott Hixson. -- Columbia :
   University of Missouri Press, 1996. -- 123 p. : ill. ; 14 x
   21 cm. -- Cartoons about college faculty. -- Call no.:
   NC1429.H538A4 1996
   "Hearing Voices"* (Annie, July 28, 1997) / Leonard Starr.
   -- Summary: Annie tries to tell "Daddy" that Punjee and
   Talya have left; "Daddy" is on the telephone to the
   Warbucks Research Center, it seems a voice has told Prof.
   Ezra Eon to go somewhere. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Voices"
   "The Hermit Professor and the Atomic Secrets"* (Senorita
   Rio) / art: Lily Renée. 10 p. in Fight Comics, no. 37 (Apr.
   1945). -- Data from Gene Reed via Grand Comic Book
   Database. -- Call no.: Film 15791 r.148
   "The Holy Grail of Butterflies"* (The Far Side, Jan. 15,
   1993) / Gary Larson. -- Key words: Professors, pith
   helmets, nets, bars, trophies, boasting, ether.
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Ether"
   "How is Calling George Bush a Slimeball Objective?"*
   (Studentangle, Nov. 2, 2000) / by John K. Addis. --
   Summary: A professor says that, objectively, voting for
   Nader is the same as voting for Bush. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "objectivity"
   "Human Torch vs. Sub-Mariner" (Human Torch) / Allen Simon,
   Harry Sahle, pencils ; Al Gabrielle, inks. 50 p. in The
   Human Torch, no. 8 (Summer 1942). -- Villains are The
   Python, Adolf Hitler, Hermann Goering, Josef Goebbels ;
   appearance of Prof. Horton. -- Divided into 6 chapters. --
   Data from Gene Reed, Lou Mougin and Tony Rose, via Grand
   Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.M3R4m no.8
   "I Couldn't Care Less about your Sordid Past, Professor"*
   (Mary Worth, Mar. 9, 1991) / by John Saunders, Bill Ziegler
   and Jim Armstrong. -- Summary: Madison the radio host says
   the taxpayers who pay the Professor's salary are entitled
   to an opinion. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "taxpayers"
   "I Feel at Home With You" 1 p. text in My Romantic
   Adventures, no. 92 (Aug. 1958). -- Begins: "For years, Elia
   Harris had heard tales of that young miracle man, David
   Stokes, who was the son of an old friend of her father,
   Professor Harris of Carter University." -- Call no.:
   "I Took Lessons in Love" 7 p. in All Love, no. 29 (Nov.
   1949). -- Excerpt from first speech balloon: "As professor
   Rogers says in his psychology classes, some women are born
   to be bachelor girls or career women. Others are created
   just to be loved!" -- College setting. -- Call no.:
   "I Walk Thru Walls!" / Paul Reinman. 4 p. in Tales of
   Suspense, no. 5 (Sept. 1959). -- Begins: "Before I worked
   for Professor Hamilton, I was in the rackets!" -- Call no.:
   Index entry (p. 150) in Cartooning for Suffrage / by Alice
   Sheppard (Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press,
   1994). Call no.: NC1425.S54 1994
   Index entry (p. 31, 48, 61, 89) in Die Welt der Comics :
   Probleme einer primitiven Literaturform / Alfred Clemens
   Baumgärtner. -- 5. Aufl. -- (Bochum : F. Kamp, 1972). --
   Call no.: NC1355.B34 1972
   "Invasion of the Spirit Men"* (Lance Hale) / by John
   Hampton. 8 p. in Silver Streak Comics, no. 3 (Mar. 1940) --
   SUMMARY: Stranded in the land of the Spirit Men, Lance and
   the Professor witness the start of an invasion of Earth.
   I. Hampton, John. II. Lance Hale. k. Spirit Men. k.
   Professors. Call no.: Film 15791, r.163
   "Invisible Ink"* (The Unknown Soldier) p. 1-14 in Four
   Favorites, no. 4 (Mar. 1942). -- Draft-dodging Professor
   Amos Aries has learned how to become invisible and rob
   banks. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.A2F6no.4
   "Island of the Giants" (Rex the Wonder Dog) / John Broome,
   script ; Gil Kane, pencils ; Sy Barry, inks. 8 p. in The
   Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog, no. 13 (Jan./Feb. 1954).
   -- Summary: Rex, Danny and his Uncle Desmond confront giant
   fish, rabbits, mice, cats and frogs while searching for a
   missing scientist. On p. 3 the Minnow goes ashore on an
   uncharted desert island, and the Professor and Maryann are
   referred to (i.e., a Gilligan's Island reference, 10 years
   before the show began). -- Data from Gene Reed via Grand
   Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: Film 15791r.607
   "It's Always the Students Who Have Called Me an Old Grouch
   who Come Around and Tell Me How Much They're Going to Miss
   Me" (The Neighbors, June 1, 1948) / by Clark. -- Setting:
   College campus, academic gowns, professors. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "students"
   "Jake is an Authority on Sure Things" (Our Boarding House,
   Jan. 29, 1966) / Bill Freyse. -- Summary: The boarders are
   watching wrestling on television, and talking about how
   quiet it is with the Professor gone. After cleaning up at
   poker the Professor is headed for Las Vegas, where he's
   working on the odds of filling an inside straight, but they
   think Jake Hoople is a match for him. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "odds"
   "The King of the Dinosaurs" (Captain America) / Syd Shores,
   pencils ; Vince Alascia, inks. 19 p. in Captain America
   Comics, no. 29 (Aug. 1943). -- A villain named Prof.
   Schultz is introduced and dies; introduction and death of
   Olaf Olsen, who is a human brain in a dinosaur body. --
   Data from Lou Mougin and Tony R. Rose via Grand Comics
   Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.M3C3m no.29
   "Lewis Carroll : The Rev. Charles L. Dodgson" 3 p. in It
   Really Happened, no. 5 (1946). -- "As author of Alice in
   Wonderland, this college professor created many of the
   best-loved children's characters." -- Call no.: PN6728.1.W5
   "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
   from their spells miles apart. They get together at Fort
   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
   "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
   "Louis Agassiz" 4 p. in Real Life Comics, no. 30 (Apr.
   1946). -- "A tireless investigator of the world about him,
   this simple, kindly professor of zoology brought the love
   of nature into millions of hearts in England and America,
   and his amazing career inspired many pioneers of progress."
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N4R4no.30
   "The Man Who Foretold Disaster" (Green Arrow) / Dick Wood,
   script ; Lee Elias, art. 6 p. in World's Finest Comics, no.
   123 (Feb. 1962) ; reprinted in Showcase Presents Green
   Arrow, v. 1 (2006). -- Summary: Prof. Marlo claims to be
   able to foretell disasters. -- Appearances of Speedy, the
   Arrow Plane, and reporter Pete Sommers. -- Data from Bob
   Hughes, Lou Mougin, Craig Delich at al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3W7no.123
   "The Marvelous Transport-o-Phone" (Mary Marvel) 7 p. in The
   Marvel Family, no. 3 (July 1946) -- SUMMARY: Professors
   Dripp and Slugg have invented a "device that transports
   people and objects from transmitter to receiver in a
   I. Mary Marvel. k. Professors. k. Dripp, Professor. k.
   Slugg, Professor. k. Matter transmission. k.
   Transport-o-Phone. Call no.: Film 15791r.62
   "The Midget Maker" / Ruben Moreira. 6 p. in House of
   Mystery, no. 43 (Oct. 1955). -- Summary: A criminal
   "professor" hides criminals after a hold-up by shrinking
   them, but one of the criminals is actually an under-cover
   cop. -- Data from M. Tiefenbacher, C. Gafford, D.D. Milne,
   et al., via Grand Comics Database project. -- Call no.:
   Film 15791r293
   "Mind Smasher" (Human Torch) / pencils, Al Gabrielle? ;
   inks, Al Bellman? 7 p. in Captain America Comics, no. 32
   (Nov. 1943). -- A villain named Prof. Fear is introduced.
   -- Data from Lou Mougin and Tony R. Rose via Grand Comics
   Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.M3C3m no.32
   "Mollison! I'll Never Forget that Night he Came"* (The
   Ghost Gallery) / Drew Murdock ; Alex Blum, pencils. 9 p. in
   Jumbo Comics, no. 65 (July 1944). -- Appearance of
   Cleopatra (as a ghost), and of Avery Mollison, Prof. Lord,
   and Hurlburt. -- Mystery genre. -- Data from Lou Mougin,
   Henry Steele, Hames Ware & Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr. via Grand
   Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5J8m no.65
   "The Money Tree" / pencils, J.T. 4 p. in Strange Tales, no.
   31 (Aug. 1954). -- Summary: A professor is killed by a
   gangster who funded his money tree project, because the
   tree only produces three dollar bills. -- Data from Bob
   Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75m no.31
   "The Moon of Peril" (Wonder Woman) / Robert Kanigher,
   script ; Harry G. Peter, art. 12 p. in Wonder Woman, no. 46
   (Mar./Apr. 1951). -- Appearances of Prof. Larey, Steve
   Trevor, Prof. Turgo, the Satpha, and Mano of Satphix. --
   Data from Gene Reed, Lou Mougin, Carl Gafford, et al. via
   Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: Film 15791r.257
   "The Moon Shot, part 4"* (Peter Pupp) / art and script: Bob
   Kane. 4 p. in Jumbo Comics, no. 4 (Dec. 1938). --
   Appearance of Buddah the Genie; villain Zula is introduced;
   introduction of Prof. Botts and his daughter. -- Data from
   Lou Mougin via The Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call
   no.: Film 15791r.180
   "La Mort Lente" (Janus Stark) p. 80-119 in Cap'tain Swing,
   no. 122 (Mai 2004). -- Summary: Stark is an escape artist
   in 19th century London, whose powers of escape are
   supernatural. In this episode a Professor Abel Witherspoon
   takes Stark on a trip to the future in a time machine, and
   a man named Ranulf Craske tries to become mayor of London
   by killing the current mayor at a Christmas banquet. Stark
   is then asked to go into a cave to rescue a man named Guy
   Trafford. From the content it appears that these were
   originally three separate episodes. -- Call no.:
   "The Murdering Mummy and the Laughing Sphinx" (Captain
   America) / art, Syd Shores? 17 p. in Captain America
   Comics, no. 25 (Apr. 1943). -- A villain called The Mummy
   (Prof. Jameson, also know as Karr) is introduced, and
   another villain is Modebl, a demon. -- Data from Lou Mougin
   and Tony R. Rose via Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.M3C3m no.25
   "My Act Was Motivated by No Thought of Personal Gain"*
   (Bobby Thatcher, no. 1650, 1932) / George Storm. p. 134 in
   The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics, ed. by Bill
   Blackbeard and Martin Williams (Washington, D.C. :
   Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977). -- Summary: Professor
   Albert Pettibone is in jail, won't talk, and won't eat. --
   Call no.: folio PN6726.S5 1977
   My Life in Miniature / Gail Simone, writer ; John Byrne, et
   al., artists. -- New York : DC Comics, 2007. -- 157 p. :
   col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (The All New Atom) -- "Based on ideas
   and concepts developed by Grant Morrision." -- Originally
   published in single magazine form as Brave New World 1; The
   All New Atom 1-6. -- Summary (from publisher's website via
   SkyRiver): "Meet Ryan Choi, the young hotshot professor
   filling the empty slot on Ivy University's teaching staff,
   and who inadvertently fills the role as the all-new
   super-heroic Atom!" -- Superhero genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.A84M9 2007
   Nanny and the Professor. -- New York : Dell Publishing Co.,
   1970. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Published no. 1 (Aug. 1970)
   - no. 2 (Oct. 1970). -- Setting: Family. -- LIBRARY HAS:
   no. 1-2. -- Call no.: PN6728.4.D4N3
   "The New Science Professor"* (Beezy) 5 p. in Crack Comics,
   no. 57 (Nov. 1948). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.Q3C7no.57
   The Night Owls / Peter Timony and Bobby Timony. -- New York
   : DC Comics, 2010.-- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 16 x 22 cm. --
   Summary (from SkyRiver): A collection of stories that
   follow the adventures of Professor Ernest Baxter, flapper
   Mindy Markus, and Bronx gargoyle Roscoe, a trio known as
   the Night Owls, as they solve crimes in New York City in
   the 1920s. -- Fantasy and detective genres. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.T52N54 2010
   "The Office of Prof. Yoyo" / Gerbaud. 2 p. in Viper, no. 1
   (1985). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.R5V5no.1
   "One Prof's Answer" p. 14 in Crunch Comix (State College,
   Pa., 1973).-- 1 tier. -- Call no.: PN6728.45.C68C7 1973
   "Our Prof is So Postal About His Intellectual Property"*
   (Studentangle, Sept. 25, 2000) / by John K. Addis. --
   Summary: Even the appendix to the syllabus is copyrighted.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "copyright"
   "Peril in Africa"* (Steve Conrad Adventurer) / Jack Lehti,
   script and art. 6 p. in Adventure Comics, no. 57 (Dec.
   1940). -- Introduction of Prof. Sibley. -- Adventure story
   genre. -- Data from Bob Cherry, Gene Reed, Lou Mougin, et
   al., via Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.N3A3m no.57
   "The Pit of Doom" (Tarzan) / Joe Kubert, story, art and
   lettering ; Tatjana Wood, colors. 18 p. in Tarzan, no. 223
   (Sept. 1973) ; reprinted in Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan
   the Joe Kubert Years, no. 2 (Feb. 2006). -- (The Return of
   Tarzan ; pt. 5 (conclusion)). -- Summary: Tarzan rescues
   Jane from Opar ; William Clayton dies. -- Appearances of
   Hazel Strong, Prof. Archimedes Q. Porter, Nikolas Rokoff,
   La, Karnak, and Paul D'Arnot. -- Data from Lou Mougin and
   Tony R. Rose via the Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.D4T3no.223
   Pokémon Snap / Jason R. Rich. -- San Francisco : Sybex,
   1999. -- 101 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Pathways to
   Adventure) -- Summary (from OCLC): Todd must help Professor
   Oak, a famous Pokémon researcher, find and photograph all
   63 types of Pokémon living on Pokémon Island. He journeys
   through rivers, valleys, volcanoes and caves to snap the
   coolest Pokémon pics--find out where the wild Pokémon are
   hiding and how Todd discovers them all. As you enjoy the
   story, you will get clues and strategies that you can use
   in the Nintendo 64 game. -- Call no.: GV1469.35.P63R5 1999
   "Poor Professor Paul Illeus" 2 p. text in Texas Rangers
   (Derby, Conn. : Charlton Press, 1962) -- (Blue Bird Comics
   ; no. 15) -- Call no.: PN6728.2.C47B56 no.15c.2
   Private Eyes Don't Blink / by Robert Kraus. -- New York :
   Warner Juvenile Books, 1988. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm.
   -- (A Mummy Dearest Creepy Hollow WhooooooooDunnit?) --
   Most text, including all dialogue, in word balloons. --
   Summary (from SkyRiver): Relates how Mummy Dearest receives
   first prize for creative cooking despite the plotting of
   the Ol' Perfessor. -- Detective genre. -- Call no.: folio
   PS3561.R297P7 1988
   "The Private Life of Captain America" (Captain America) /
   script, Stan Lee? ; pencils, Jack Binder? ; inks, George
   Klein? 16 p. in Captain America Comics, no. 59 (Nov. 1946).
   -- Origin story of Captain America and Bucky retold, with
   appearances of Prof. Anton Erskine (Reinstein) in
   flashback. -- Steve Rogers becomes a schoolteacher, with
   Bucky one of his pupils. -- Data from Lou Mougin and Tony
   R. Rose via Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.M3C3m no.59
   Rainy Day Professor / by Scott Westerfeld ; cover and
   interior illustrations by Christopher Cook. -- New York :
   Scholastic Inc., 2002. -- 64 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. -- (The
   Powerpuff Girls Plus You Club) -- At head of title: Pick a
   Powerpuff path. -- Superheroine fiction. -- Call no.:
   PN1992.77.P65R3 2002
   The Remarkable Worlds of Professor Phineas B. Fuddle /
   writer, Boaz Yakin ; artist, Erez Yakin ; letterer,
   Comicraft ; colorist and separator, Angus McKie. -- New
   York : DC Comics/Paradox Press, 2000. -- ill. ; 26 cm. --
   "When Victorian London's most brilliant but mad inventor,
   Professor Phineas B. Fuddle, builds a time-travel machine
   in order to share his scientific knowledge with the great
   civilizations of antiquity, he has only the best
   intentions: to save humanity from its own self-destructive
   ways by bolstering its past." -- Complete in 4 books. --
   Science fiction genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: bk. 1-4. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.7.D3R43 2000
   "Rewire on Fire Suction"* (Piled Higher & Deeper, Feb. 1,
   2007) / by Jorge Cham. -- Summary: The prof's comment is
   actually supposed to read 'rewrite entire section'. -- Call
   no.: PN6727 f.B55 "rewrites"
   "Safari" (Andy Panda & Charlie Chicken) 8 p. in New
   Funnies, no. 102 (Aug. 1945). -- Summary: Andy and Charlie
   try to volunteer for a jungle expedition to the island of
   Pango-Pango. Professor Mossbank, the big game hunter for
   the museum of art, rejects them, but they stow away, and
   manage to rescue the professor from being burned alive by
   natives. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.D4F8no.102
   "Science Wins Again" 1 p. in Airboy Comics, v. 9, no. 4
   (May 1952) -- SUMMARY: A disheveled spy follows Professor
   Tomicbomb into a barber college by mistake, and gets a
   forcible haircut: "You scientists are mad!"
   k. Disheveled Spies. k. Spies. k. Professors. k. Atomic
   bomb. k. Barber colleges. k. Haircuts. Call no.: Film
   15791, r.33
   "The Sea Monsters" (Blackhawk) 7 p. in Blackhawk, no. 47
   (Dec. 1951). -- A villain named Dukas is introduced and
   dies ; a Prof. Jensen is introduced and dies. -- Data from
   Bob Klein, Lou Mougin and Mark Gordon via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.Q3U5m no.47
   "The Search for Africa's Ancient Ruins"* (Congo Bill) /
   Whitney Ellsworth, script ; George Papp, art. 6 p. in More
   Fun Comics, no. 56 (June 1940). -- Introduction of Congo
   Bill ; appearance of Professor Kent, death of Toto ;
   villain is The Skull. -- Data from Gene Reed, Lou Mougin,
   Pat Lang, & Bob Hughes via Grand Comics Database. -- Call
   no.: folio PN6728.N333N4m no.56
   "The Secret Nazi Plane Factory"* (Phantom Falcons) / art:
   Leonard Frank. 7 p. in Wings Comics, no. 3 (Nov. 1940).--
   Introduction of Prof. and Miss Stratford. -- Data from Lou
   Mougin via The Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.F5W5m no.3
   Showcase Presents the Atom / all stories written by Gardner
   Fox ; all covers and stories pencilled by Gil Kane ; all
   covers inked by Murphy Anderson and all stories inked by
   Sid Greene ; unless otherwise noted. -- New York : DC
   Comics, 2007-2008. -- ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Showcase Presents
   Library of Classics) -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1 -- Contents: Vol.
   1: Originally published in single magazine form in Showcase
   34-36, The Atom 1-17 ; Vol. 2: Originally issued in single
   magazine form as: The Atom 18-38, issued 1965-1968. -- "Ivy
   University professor and scientist Ray Palmer discovers a
   mysterious meteorite giving him the ability to shrink his
   body to microscopic size. Fashioning a uniform from fibers
   taken from the meteorite, Dr. Palmer learned to control not
   only his size but also his mass, emerging as a mighty
   champion of justice and enemy of all evil as the hero
   called The Atom." -- Superhero genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.A84S47 2007
   "Simplicity Itself! Several Selected Inventions by the
   Eminent but Foolish Professor Lucifer Gorgonzola Butts,
   A.K." p. 20-21 in Nemo, no. 24 (Feb. 1987) -- Contents page
   title: Goldberg was the Father of Inventions.
   1. Inventions--Comic books, strips, etc. I. Goldberg, Rube,
   1883-1970. II. Goldberg was the Father of Inventions. k.
   Butts, Lucifer Gorgonzola. k. Professors. Call no.:
   "Somebody's After My Job Down at the Ballistics
   Laboratory!"* (Mrs. Fitz, Dec. 31, 1970) / Frank Roberge.
   -- Summary: The professor is running into things while
   wondering why they took him off the guided missile project.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "guided missiles"
   "Stranded On Planetoid ZCP"* (Gale Allen) / art: Fran
   Hopper. 7 p. in Planet Comics, no. 34 (Jan. 1945). --
   Introduction of a professor (who dies) and a prisoner. --
   Data from Lou Mougin via the Grand Comics Database Project.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5P55m no.34
   "Tantini" p. 46 in Carpe Noctem / Jamiri. -- Summary (by M.
   Harbeck): Parody on art history classes in German mass
   universities. Professor Tantini holds a boring presentation
   on sacred architecture in front of mostly retired guest
   listeners, when suddenly God appears and tells him to end
   the lesson. -- Call no. PN6757.J28 C3 1994
   "Tarbu's Mission of Death" (Human Torch) / Jimmy Thompson,
   pencils ; Allen Simon, inks. 7 p. in Captain America
   Comics, no. 39 (June 1944). -- A villain called Prof. Tarbu
   is introduced and dies. -- Data from Lou Mougin and Tony R.
   Rose via Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.M3C3m no.39
   "There Were Mysterious Hands, They Tried to Choke Me"*
   (Rocky Mason Government Marshal, May 17, 1942) / by
   Swinnerton. -- Begins: "Thunder, we've got to get back to
   the Profs shack and protect that helpless sheriff and the
   Prof's daughter from the phantom Indian"* -- Summary: After
   the choking, Miss Diggs saw the sheriff being carried to
   where she and her father have been looking for a buried
   city. -- Call no.: folio PN6728.R63R6 1942
   They Look Too Happy to be Temporary Adjunct Assistant
   Professors : a Collection of Cartoons / Vivian Scott
   Hixson. -- United States : Xlibris LLC, 2014. -- 73 p. :
   ill. ; 23 cm. -- Call no.: NC1429.H538T47 2014
   "This Class is a Joke!" (State of Mind, July 26, 1985) / by
   Bart Darress. -- Summary: The professor is juggling in a
   clown suit. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "clowns"
   "This Class is Over-Enrolled"* (MSU Shadows, Oct. 28, 1976)
   / by Gordon Carleton. -- Summary: The professor has a
   turntable, and they're going to play a game. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "musical chairs"
   "This Oddball Professor is Going to Prove that Studying the
   Mental Processes Behind Our Behavior Can Be Fun"* (Mary
   Worth, Aug. 9, 2003) / Saunders and Giella. -- Summary:
   Psych 101 is an elective, and it's supposed to be a snap.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "electives"
   "Timothy the Talking Terrier"* (Oswald) 8 p. in New
   Funnies, no. 97 (Mar. 1945). -- Summary: Prof. Harsh plots
   to capture Timothy. He sneaks a potion that causes
   laryngitis into his water at the radio station, and Timothy
   can't do the benefit broadcast for the "maladjusted
   offspring of the forgotten white-collar worker." Then Harsh
   disguises himself as a doctor, makes Tim sign a paper, and
   takes him away for an operation. -- "Continued next month."
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.D4F8no.97
   Tipoloco. -- México : Pedro Bonilla Robles, . -- ill. ; 14
   cm. -- "Exclusivo para niños." -- Science fiction for kids,
   about a professor and his talking dog. -- Stories signed:
   Pedro Bonilla. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 6 (1987?). -- Call no.:
   "To Help Prof. Ari Kruten Escape"* (Secret Agent Corrigan,
   May 4, 1985) / by George Evans. -- Summary: Jen remembers
   the address. -- Call no.: oversize PN6726.K52A2
   "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
   "Tricked, and by a Simpering Child!"* (Chuck White and His
   Friends) / by Max Pine ; Fran Matera, art. p. 29-34 in
   Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 18, no. 10 (Jan. 17,
   1963). -- Begins: "To save the others, a surrender is being
   arranged." -- Summary: Spies in a submarine are trying to
   get the sonar secrets of a Professor Kindler. -- "To be
   continued." -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.18no.10
   "Ultra University"* (Ben Blueridge) / Joe Birch. 1 p. in
   Rangers Comics, no. 32 (Dec. 1946). -- Summary: The
   Blueridge clan was been granted a scholarship by the
   founder of the university, but the claim has never been
   honored. When the professors see how well Ben handles a
   football, they decide it's time. -- Call no.: Film
   "Uncle Jeremiah and the Professor's Invention"* (Glory
   Forbes) / by Bob Hickok ; art: Matt Baker. 6 p. in Rangers
   Comics, no. 43 (Oct. 1948). -- Data from Lou Mougin via The
   Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: Film 15791r.154
   "Up & Atom" / by Arthur C. Bromirski. p. 30-31 in Treasure
   Chest of Fun and Facts, v. 2, no. 1 (Sept. 3, 1946). --
   "Fun in science with the Doctor and the Professor." -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.2no.1
   Walt Disney Presents Shaggy Dog and the Absent-Minded
   Professor. -- Poughkeepsie, N.Y. : K.K. Publications, 1967.
   -- 64 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Gold Key) -- Code
   "30032-708" indicates a cover date of August 1967. --
   Reprints nos. 985 and 1199 of the Four color series
   published by Dell, per Official Overstreet Comic Book Price
   Guide. -- Science fiction genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.3.G56S47 1967
   "War In Camy's Department Store"* (Lost World) / art: Lily
   Renée. 12 p. in Planet Comics, no. 34 (Jan. 1945). --
   Villains are The Voltamen (some die); introduction and
   death of a professor. -- Data from Lou Mougin via the Grand
   Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5P55m no.34
   "We'll Discuss Heathcliff Next Semester"* (Heathcliff, Oct.
   7, 1999) / Geo. Gately. -- Summary: Heathcliff pushes a
   wheelbarrow full of injured dogs past a veterinarian
   school, and the professor comments. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "veterinarians"
   "Well, I Once Dreamt I Knew What My Prof was Talking
   About!"* (Artist at Large, 1984?) / by Tom Schluchter. --
   (Big Men on Campus) -- Summary: A student has a nightmare
   about class. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "professors"
   "Wonder Woman's Twin" (Wonder Woman) / Robert Kanigher,
   script ; Harry G. Peter, art. 12 p. in Wonder Woman, no. 46
   (Mar./Apr. 1951). -- Summary: Steve Trevor hires a new
   assistant, who insists that she's Wonder Woman. -- Also
   appearing: Joan Lane, Inez Lane, and villains Prof. Jenkel
   (introduced) and the Autogiro Gang. -- Data from Gene Reed,
   Lou Mougin, Carl Gafford, et al. via Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: Film 15791r.257
   "Woton" (Captain Marvel Jr.) / Mac Raboy, art. 13 p. in
   Master Comics, no. 42 (Sept. 1943). -- Villains are Woton
   (introduced here), Prof. Anton Smock (introduced here),
   Adolf Hitler, Josef Goebbels, and Hermann Goering. --
   Superhero genre. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, and
   Jim Vadeboncoeur via The Grand Comics Database Project. --
   Call no.: Film 15791r.74
   "Would You Like To Join My Harem?"* (She) / by Trina. 1 p.
   in Girl Fight Comics (1972). -- Second episode. Queen Powa
   of the lost Amazon tribe has an invitation for the
   professor. -- Call no.: PN6728.45.P7G5no.1
   "You're Welcome to the Sports Section"* (Apartment 3-G,
   July 30, 1997) / Alex Kotzky, Trusiani. -- Summary: The
   professor wants to check on the world of hoops, and Margo's
   looking at the job classifieds. -- Key words: Basketball,
   newspapers, The Margo Magee Sports Agency. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "Hoops"
The Professor's Daughter / Joann Sfar & Emmanuel Guibert ;
   translated by Alexis Siegel. -- New York : First Second,
   2007. -- 64 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm. -- Translation of: La
   Fille du Professeur. -- Summary (from OCLC): Follows the
   adventures of Lillian, the daughter of renowned
   Egyptologist Professor Bowell, and Imhotep IV, a dashing
   mummy owned by the professor who is awake for the first
   time in thirty centuries and is in love with Lillian. --
   Fantasy genre. -- Call no.: PN6747.G83F513 2007
"The Professor's Plan"* (Spencer Steel) / art and script: Bob
   Powell? 5 p. in Fight Comics, no. 11 (Feb. 1941). --
   Villains introduced are: The Professor, Eggy Hatch. -- Data
   from Gene Reed via Grand Comic Book Database. -- Call no.:
   Film 15791 r.108
"The Professor's Prisoner" / art, Herb Familton. 4 p. in
   Strange Stories of Suspense, no. 11 (Oct. 1956). --
   Summary: A scientist holds a microscopic man prisoner. --
   Data from Bob Klein, Jim Walls, Tony R. Rose, et al. via
   Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3R8no.11
"Professor's Sweetheart" 1 p. text in My Romantic Adventures,
   no. 129 (Feb. 1963). -- Begins: "Professor Jane Esmond was
   frankly scared when she arrived at Valley College." -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.A5R6no.129
Il Profeta dei Sioux.
   Toro Seduto, il Profeta dei Sioux / Rino Albertarelli. --
   Cinisello B. : Hobby & Work Italiana Editrice, 1994. -- 96
   p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm. -- (I Protagonisti del West ; 5) --
   Western genre. -- Call no.: PN6767.A37T6 1994
Il Profeta Hualpai.
   Tex : il Profeta Hualpai / testi di Claudio Nizzi ; disegni
   di Corrado Mastantuono. -- Milano : Sergio Bonelli Editore,
   2007. -- 240 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. -- (Tex. Albo Speciale ; n.
   21) -- (Speciale Tex ; n. 21) -- Western genre. -- Call
   no.: PN6768.T4P7 2007
"Proffered Hand"* (Wit, Apr. 2, 1991) / Gerberg, USA. --
   Summary: A man in a bookstore passes the "politics"
   section. -- This feature later headed: Wit of the World. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "politics"
Proffett, Mrs.
   "Mrs. Proffett runs a home for Young Drug Junkies"*
   (8/19/96-1/19/97) v. 50 of Annie / Leonard Starr (notebooks
   of clipped strips). -- Data from Jon Merrill. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.L55S76 1979
   "You're Suffering from a Proficiency Deficiency"* (Ziggy,
   July 7, 1978) / Tom Wilson. -- Summary: Ziggy gets a
   diagnosis from his psychotherapist. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "proficiency"
   Comics Zwischen Zeitgeschehen und Politik / Thomas
   Hausmanninger, H. Jürgen Kagelmann (Hrsg.) ; mit Beiträgen
   von Markus von Hagen, Thomas Hausmanninger, Gerd
   Lettkemann, Georg Seesslen. -- München : Profil, 1994. --
   116 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- (Comic Cultur) -- Contents:
   Können populär-visuelle Medien emanzipativ sein? / T.
   Hausmanninger ; Sigurd gegen die Nazis / T. Hausmanninger ;
   Barks contra Flix, oder, Politik, als es unvermeidbar war /
   Markus von Hagen ; Die Digedags : Chronologie eines
   DDR-Comics zwischen Anpassung und Widerstand im
   zeitgeschichtlichen Kontext der Jahre 1955-1964 / Gerd
   Lettkemann ; Klare Linien, dunkle Träume : Politik und
   Zeitgeschichte in den franko-belgischen Comics / Georg
   Seesslen. -- Call no.: PN6710.C58 1994
Le Profil du Pingouin--Reviews.
   "Vehlmann : le Profil du Scénariste" / Julien Bastide. p.
   110-111 in 9e Art : les Cahiers du Musée de la Bande
   Dessinée, no. 10 (Apr. 2004). -- (Comptes Rendus) --
   Reviews four works written by Fabien Vehlmann (1972-): Un
   Singe Électrique ; La Vierge Noire ; Le Profil du Pingouin
   ; and La Nuit de l'Inca. -- Call no.: PN6700.N44no.10
"Profil d'une Carrière" / Thierry Groensteen. p. 15-17 in Les
   Cahiers de la Bande Dessinée, no. 56 (Feb./Mar. 1984). --
   (Dossier Juillard) -- Call no.: PN6745.S37no.56
"Profile: Archie Goodwin" / by Jerry Weist. 5 p. text in
   Anomaly, no. 1 (1969). -- An interview with Goodwin, and
   samples of Goodwin's cartooning. -- Call no.: Call no.:
"Profile" (Jackie Urbanovic) / by Amy Gage ; photo by Sher
   Stoneman. p. 1, 15 in The Minnesota Women's Press, v. 8,
   no. 4 (May 20/-June 2, 1992) -- Includes a photo of
   Urbanovic and a sample cartoon. -- Call no.:
"Profile: Garry Trudeau" p. 252-55 (Comics Journal #63 May
   1981) -- Data from Pete Coogan.
   1. Trudeau, G. B. I. O'Neil, Dennis, 1939- Call no.:
"Profile: Jim Ivey" p. 13 in The World of Comic Art, v. 1, no.
   4 (Spring 1967). -- With a photograph of Ivey, and a sample
   cartoon. -- Call no.: NC1426.W6v.1no.4
"Profile of Funky Creator Resonates" / Mary Lynn Plageman. p.
   D3 in the Columbus Dispatch, Nov. 10, 2007. -- (Now You're
   Talking) -- Column includes and answers letters from C.J.
   Leppert (on Tom Batiuk) and PJ Gordy (on For Better or For
   Worse). -- Call no.: folio PN6710.S35 2007
   Fierce / script, Jeremy Love ; pencils, Robert Love ; inks,
   Jeff Wasson ; colors, Chip Zdarsky and Steve Sanders ;
   letters, Maurice Love. -- Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse Books,
   2005. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- "This volume collects
   issues one through four of the Dark Horse comic-book series
   Fierce." -- Logo of Rocket Comics. -- "Jonathan Fierce, a
   profiler for the FBI gifted with psychic abilities, failed
   to stop an explosion which has just killed his team of
   fellow agents, the only real family he's ever had. The FBI
   wants to charge him with the crime. Now Fierce is hunted by
   the Feds and on the run from the crime syndicate that
   killed his team. Miraculously, Fierce can hear the voices
   of his slain teammates, giving him the knowledge and
   abilities he needs to overcome the incredible challenge
   ahead of him as he goes deep under cover into the Jamaican
   underworld to strike at the heart of the syndicate and
   uncover the facts behind the conspiracy against him." --
   Detective genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.L62F5 2005


See also
   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
   Comic Book Profiles. -- Poughkeepsie, NY : As You Like It
   Publications, 1998- . -- ill. ; 28 cm. -- "The magazine
   about comic book professionals." -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-8
   (1998-1999). -- Call no.: PN6700.C59
   "Cutaway Profile"* / Tyler Rubenfeld. 1 p. in Voices, no. 3
   (2009). -- Single full-page drawing.-- Call no.:
   Fullmetal Alchemist Profiles / original concept by Hiromu
   Arakawa ; translation, Akira Watanabe. -- San Francisco, CA
   : Viz Media, 2006. -- 184 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm. --
   Summary (from SkyRiver): Presents the character
   biographies, history, and story background of the manga and
   anime series Fullmetal Alchemist. -- Call no.:
   PN6790.J33A69 H3213 2006
   Index entry (p. 261, 262-263, 275) to Principes des
   Littératures Dessinées / Harry Morgan (Angoulême : Editions
   de l'An 2, 2003). -- Call no.: PN6710.M57 2003
   "A Kiss from Peter Profile"* (My Friend Irma) / Stan and
   Dan. 1 p. in My Friend Irma, no. 47 (Dec. 1954) -- Sixth
   story. -- Begins: Here comes Peter Profile, the movie star!
   I. Lee, Stan. II. De Carlo, Dan. k. Peter Profile. k.
   Profiles. k. Movie stars. Call no.: PN6728.2.M3M85no.47
   "Last Week I Accidentally Posted a Message to Myself"*
   (Kevin & Kell, May 10, 2006) / by Bill Holbrook. --
   Summary: Bruno may have too many online profiles. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "profiles"
   Naruto Anime Profiles / translation, Noritaka Minami ; text
   layout and design, Sean Lee ; editor, Frances E. Wall. --
   San Francisco, CA : VIZ Media, 2006. -- 225 p. : ill. (some
   col.), col. map ; 26 cm. -- (Shonen Jump Profiles) -- First
   published: Tokyo: Shueisha Inc., 2003. -- Includes a
   pull-out map of the hidden villages of the Shinobi.
   Provides details about the characters, historical
   background, and other aspects of the popular anime, Naruto.
   Includes an interview with the creator of Naruto, Mashashi
   Kishimoto. -- Call no.: NC1766.J3N38 2006
   Pennsylvania Profiles / by Patrick M. Reynolds. -- Willow
   Street, Pa. : Red Rose Studio, 1977- . -- ill. ; 28 cm. --
   Contents: v. 1. Pennsylvania profiles ; v. 2. Strange but
   true ; v. 6. Pennsylvania's hectic heritage ; v. 8.
   Scraping up Pennsylvania's past ; v. 9. The Molly Maguires
   ; v. 10. Joe Magarac ; v. 11. Pennsylvania profiles ; v.
   12. Colorful characters of Pennsylvania ; v. 13. The
   Johnstown Flood ; v. 14. It started in Pennsylvania ; v.
   15. Keystone chronicles. -- Subject: Pennsylvania history.
   -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 2, 6, 8-15. -- Call no.: F150.R4 1977
   "Put On the Specs and Dig the Profile"* (Spiritual Stag
   Film) / John Thompson. 1/2 p. in Yellow Dog, v. 1, no. 4
   (July 9, 1968). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.P7Y4v.1no.4
Profiles from Bosnia, 1995-1996.
   War's End : Profiles from Bosnia, 1995-96 / Joe Sacco. --
   Montreal : Drawn & Quarterly, 2005. -- 65 p. : ill. ; 28
   cm. -- Contents: Šoba ; Christmas with Karadzic. -- About
   two persons named Nebojša Šeric-Shoba and Radovan V.
   Karadžic (1945-) and the Yugoslav War (1991-1995) --
   Historical genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.S135W3 2005
"Profiles in Cleavage : a Broad's Eye View with the Rev. Susie
   the Floozie: / by Mary Fleener. p. 88-91 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 237 (Sept. 2001). -- Interview. -- Call no.:
"Profiles in No Courage : Editors Playing Politics."
   Killed Cartoons : Casualties from the War on Free
   Expression / edited by David Wallis. -- New York : W.W.
   Norton & Co., 2007. -- 282 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. -- Contents:
   Indecent exposure : from sex to death ; Not a prayer :
   irreligious imagery ; Profiles in no courage : editors
   playing politics ; Fall from race : nothing is black and
   white ; Protection racket : corporate power at work. --
   "With censored cartoons, many unpublished, by the likes of
   Garry Trudeau, Doug Marlette, Paul Conrad, Herblock, and
   Mike Luckovich (all Pulitzer Prize winners or finalists) as
   well as unearthed editorial illustrations by Norman
   Rockwell, Edward Sorel, and Anita Kunz, you will find
   yourself surprised and often shocked by the images
   themselves, and outraged by the fact that a fearful editor
   kept you from seeing them"--back cover. -- Call no.:
   E743.K55 2007
Profiles Press.
   "To Cartooning" : 60 Years of Magic / Jud Hurd, editor. --
   Fairfield, CT : Profiles Press, 1993. -- 281 p. : ill. ; 29
   cm. -- Book on cartooning and cartoonists. -- Call no.:
   PN6725.T58 1993
   Caniff : Milton Caniff, American Stars and strips / edited
   by A. Becattini and A. Vianovi ; foreword by G. Frediani.
   -- Lucca? : Glamour International Productions, 2001. -- 143
   p. : ill. ; 21 cm. -- (Profili) -- Parallel texts in
   English and Italian. -- Bibliography of and about Caniff
   occupies p. 55-72, though interspersed with pages of
   illustration. -- Call no.: PN6727.C3 Z5P7 2001
   Profili Raymond : Alex Raymond, the Power and the Grace /
   edited by A. Becattini and A. Vianovi. -- Lucca? : Glamour
   International Productions, 2002. -- 200 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
   -- (Profili) -- Parallel texts in English and Italian. --
   Bibliography of and about Raymond occupies p. 129-173,
   though interspersed with pages of illustration. -- Call
   no.: PN6727.R32 Z5P7 2002
Profili Ambrosini : Carlo Ambrosini, Percorsi Disegnati / a
   cura di G. Brunoro e A. Vianovi ; testo di M. Ginevra ;
   prefazione di G. Frediani. -- Lucca : Glamour International
   Production, 2000. -- 179 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 21 cm. --
   Extensive samples of the artist's comics and other
   drawings, with interpretive text, chronologies and
   bibliography (p. 178-179). -- Call no.: PN6767.A49 Z5P7
Profili Roi : Corrado Roi, Maestro delle Ombre / a cura di
   Gianni Brunoro e Antonio Vianovi ; prefazione di Graziano
   Origa. -- Lucca : Glamour International Production, 1999.
   -- 151 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm. -- Extensive samples
   of the artist's comics and other drawings, with
   interpretive text, chronologies and bibliography (p. 151).
   -- Call no.: PN6767.R56 Z5P7 1999
   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.: PN6726f.B55
Profils (1985)
   "Grement" / Bernard Marle. p. 22-23 in Hop!, no. 38 (4e
   Trimestre 1985). -- (Profils) -- Brief article on the
   career of artist Roland Gremet. -- Call no.: PN6745.H6no.38
I Profissionisti--Miscellanea.
   Entry (v. 2, p. 128) in Dictionnaire Encyclopédique de
   Héros et Auteurs de BD, by Henri Filippini (Grenoble :
   Glénat, 1998). -- Call no.: PN6707.F5 1998 v.2


The Profit / by Joel Beck. -- Berkeley, Calif. : Go Broke
   Press, 1966. -- 92 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- (The Alienated War
   Baby Report ; no. 3)
   1. Underground comic books, strips, etc. I. Beck, Joel. II.
   Series. Call no.: PN6727.B4P7 1966
"The Profit" (The Alienated War Baby Report) 9 p. in Joel
   Beck's Comics and Stories (Princeton, Wis. : Kitchen Sink
   Enterprises, 1977). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.K5J6
The Profit--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 12, 116, 167, 187, 206, 247, 251, 293-295)
   in A History of Underground Comics / by Mark James Estren.
   3rd ed. (Berkeley, Calif. : Ronin, 1993). Call no.:
   PN6725.E75 1993
   "The First Cash Cow Decides He Wants His Fair Share of the
   Profits" (Warped, Aug. 2, 1997) / by Mike Cavna. --
   Summary: Elmer the bull holds up the farming couple with
   his glue gun. -- Key words: Elmer's glue, nose rings. --
   Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Cash Cows"
   Index entry (p. 7, 40-41, 181) in Adult Manga: Culture and
   Power in Contemporary Japanese Society, by Sharon Kinsella
   (University of Hawai'i Press, 2000). -- Call no.:
   PN6790.J3K56 2000
   Index entry (p. 40, 157) to Comic Book Rebels / ed. by S.
   Wiater and S.R. Bissette. New York : D.I. Fine, 1993. Call
   no.: PN6725.C69 1993
   "Maybe We Can Give The Rest Of This Stuff to the Church"*
   (Jum Start, Aug. 2, 1997) / by Robb Armstrong. -- Key
   words: Garage sales, money, profit. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "Church"
   "Murder for Profit" 2 p. text in Crime Must Pay the
   Penalty, no. 3 (Aug. 1948). -- "A true crime story." --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.A2C7no.3
   "Murder for Profit" (Human Torch) / Al Avison, pencils ; Al
   Bellman, inks. 7 p. in Captain America Comics, no. 38 (May
   1944). -- Villain called The Dagger is introduced. -- Data
   from Lou Mougin and Tony R. Rose via Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.M3C3m no.38
   Net Profit / by Michael J. Becker and Shelby Sampson. --
   Produced by Ecomix for Project Jonah, 1974. -- 32 p. : ill.
   ; 25 cm. -- Underground comic about porpoises. -- Contents:
   "Once Upon a Time" 2 p. ; "Tale of the Whare" 2 p. ; "Opo,
   the People's Porpoise" 2 p. ; "Now Imagine You Are a
   Porpoise" 11 p. ; "How I Became a Horrible Porpoise-Killing
   Monster" 8 p. ; "Something Fishy" 6 p. ; "What Really
   Happened to Comet Kohoutek" 1 p. -- Call no.:
   "A Potential Champion Profits from Losing!" (Secrets of
   Success in Sports) / by John Gartner. p. 20-25 in Treasure
   Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 11, no. 15 (Mar. 22, 1956). --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.11no.15
   "The Vicious Vendetta Massacre" 7 p. in Crime Does Not Pay,
   no. 109 (Apr. 1952). -- Begins: "During the bootleg era
   blood ran through the streets of the racket-ridden cities
   like red wine. It was a time of sudden death and
   unexplained murders. But one motive loomed monstrously
   above all others: Greed and profit, the easy dollar. Roll
   them together and you got killing-for-money. But the story
   of the Varcossi mob was a different tale altogether. Out of
   a nightmarish past of the middle ages came the impulse for
   vengeance that spanned the chasm of forgotten years." --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.G55S5no.109
   "We Think We've Turned a Corner"* (Blondie, May 10, 2006) /
   Dean Young. -- Summary: Blondie and Tootsie's accountant
   says they're making almost no profit. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "corners"
   "What Doth It Profit a Man?"* (Beetle Bailey, Sept. 8,
   1992) / by Mort Walker. -- Summary: Beetle inquires about
   the job mowing the chapel lawn. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "Will You Be Businesslike?"* (Momma, Aug. 2, 1997) / Mell
   Lazarus. -- Summary: Francis contemplates starting a
   business, and plowing the profit into his pocket. -- Call
   no.: PN6726f.B55 "Business"
Profit Express. -- Guerneville, CA : Eclipse Comics, 1985- .
   -- ill. ; 28 cm. -- Began with no. 1 (Mar. 1985). --
   Newsletter for comics retailers. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-2,
   4. -- Call no.: PN6714.P7
"The Profit from the Dead" / by Jesse Fuchs. p. 62-64 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 240 (Jan. 2002). -- (Year in Review) --
   Reviews Peanuts: the Art of Charles M. Schulz (ed. Chip
   Kidd) ; Jack Cole and Plastic Man (ed. Chip Kidd). -- Call
   no.: PN6700.C62no.240
"A Profit in his Own Land" / Robert Bhatia. p. 14 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 171 (Sept. 1994) -- (Blood & Thunder)
   -- Letter to the editor. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.171
Profit Margins.
   "I Need to Drive Out the Competition Before I Can Raise
   Prices and Double My Profit Margin!"* (Out of the Gene
   Pool, June 13, 2002) / Matt Janz. -- Summary: Travis is
   sent to his room for his dog-eat-dog world attitude toward
   Becky and her lemonade stand. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "dog eat dog"
Profit Motive.
   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.: PN6726f.B55
Profit Sharing.
   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
Profitable Enterprises Dept.
   "Star Blecch II : The Wreck of Korn" (Profitable Enterprise
   Dept.) / artist, Mort Drucker ; writer, Dick De Bartolo. p.
   44-49 in Mad Super Special, no. 83 (Sept. 1992)
   I. Drucker, Mort. II. De Bartolo, Dick. III. The Wreck of
   Korn. IV. Profitable Enterprises Dept. k. Star Trek II, The
   Wrath of Khan. Call no.: PN6728.4.E14M3no.83
"Profitable Ones"* (Duffy, Mar. 6, 1991) / by Bruce Hammond.
   -- Summary: Additions are needed to the current product
   lines. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "products"
   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.: PN6726f.B55
   Heckuva Job, Bushie! / by G.B. Trudeau. -- Kansas City, Mo.
   : Andrews McMeel, 2006. -- 256 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28
   cm. -- (A Doonesbury Book) -- Summary (from SkyRiver): Jim
   Andrews assumes a new Cabinet level post, Secretary of
   Toady Affairs, Roland Hedley is the new White House press
   pool stooge, and profiteering takes place in New Orleans.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.D65H37 2006
"Profiting from Comic Book Sales!" / by C. Wayne Mahall II. p.
   1, 3, 5-7 in The Stamp Wholesaler, no. 1255 (July 17,
   1993). -- "An explosion of eye-catching superheroes has the
   comic book business poised to take off in a new growth
   phase. Now is the time to consider adding comic book sales
   to your stamp dealership." -- Call no.: HE6187.S76no.1255
Profits : the Future is Now : Now Comics 1987 Catalog. --
   Chicago, IL : Now Comics, 1987. -- 16 p. : col. ill. ; 26
   cm. -- In comics format. -- Adventure story genres. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.55.N63P6 1987
   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
   Cruel and Unusual / created by Jamie Delano, Tom Peyer and
   John McCrea ; Andrew Chiu, inker. -- Norcross, GA :
   Desperado Publishing, 2007. -- ca. 100 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
   -- "What can America do with 2.2 million prison inmates?
   What it does best: Turn a profit. Make celebrities. Execute
   them live on TV. Sell advertising. And praise the Lord. A
   black comedy." -- Horror genre. -- Call no.: PN6737.M24C7
   "Flames for Profit" 8 p. in Gang Busters, no. 2 (Feb./Mar.
   1948). -- Data from Gene Reed. -- Call no.: Film 15791r.602
   "Patent Medicine Profits?" / by Joe Brancatelli. text p. 35
   in Creepy, no. 95 (Feb. 1978). -- (The Comic Books) --
   "Gorilla Warfare Issue" -- "Fanzine publishers often work
   on narrow profit margins so they are always looking for
   ways to save a small amount of money. J.B. warns of one
   scheme which could end up costing more dollars than it
   saves!" -- Call no.: PN6728.3.W3C7no.95
Profits of Doom.
   Doctor Who Classics. Vol. 8 / written by Alan McKenzie, et
   al. ; art by John Ridgway, et al. -- San Diego, California
   : IDW Publishing, 2012. -- 154 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -
   Originally published by Marvel Comics UK as Doctor Who
   #108-126. -- Contents: Exodus ; Revelation ; Genesis ;
   Nature of the beast ; Time bomb ; Salad daze ; Changes ;
   Profits of doom ; The gift. -- Summary (from SkyRiver):
   IDW's collections of remastered and fully colored classic
   Doctor Who tales return with the Sixth Doctor as portrayed
   by Colin Baker. -- Science fiction genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6738.D64C568 2012
ProFolio. -- Albuquerque, NM : Alchemy Studios, 1989- . --
   ill. ; 27 cm. -- "An amateur/professional showcase
   magazine." -- New wave genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1, no. 1.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.55.A38P7
   Index entry ("Index des Notions") (p. 81-85) in Système de
   la Bande Dessinée, by Thierry Groensteen (Paris : Presses
   Universitaires de France, 1999). -- Call no.: PN6714.G76
Profondo Rosso.
   Dario Argento Presenta Profondo Rosso. -- Milano : Scorpio,
   . -- ill. ; 21 cm. -- Description based on no. 4 (Marzo
   1991) -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 4.
   1. Horror comic books, strips, etc. 2. Italian comics. I.
   Profondo Rosso. II. Scorpio. Call no.: PN6768.D3
Profondo Rosso Speciale.
   Dario Argento Presenta Profondo Rosso Speciale. -- Milano ;
   Eden, 1991- . -- ill. ; 21 cm. -- Began with no. 1 (Luglio
   1991). -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1.
   1. Horror comic books, strips, etc. 2. Italian comics. I.
   Profondo Rosso Speciale. II. Eden. Call no.: PN6768.D32
Profound Thoughts.
   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.: PN6726f.B55
Les Profs (26 Mai 2004)
   "Remplaçant"* (Les Profs) / Pica & Erroc. p. 32 in Le
   Journal de Mickey, no. 2710 (26 Mai 2004). -- Plate
   numbered 278. -- Call no.: PN6748.J6no.2710
Les Profs ; t. 1
   Interro Surprise / Pica & Erroc ; couleurs, Jacqueline
   Guénard. -- Charnay-lès-Mâcon : Bamboo Édition, 2006. -- 46
   p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. -- (Les Profs ; t. 1) -- Humor
   about high schools and teachers. -- Call no.: PN6747.E7P701
"Prófugo" (Arizona Kid) / Frank Bolle. 13 p. in El Zorro, no.
   9 (Nov. 1958). -- Call no.: PN6790.M44Z63no.9
"Prófugos de la Roca" 10 p. in Acción Policíaca, no. 83 (Oct.
   1958). -- Alcatraz story. -- Call no.: PN6790.M44A3no.83
Profumo dell'Invisible. Danish.
   En Duft af Karamel / Milo Manara ; oversat af Niels
   Søndergaard ; tekstet af Charlotte Flemmer. -- Bagsværd :
   Interpresse, 1986. -- 62 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. -- Translation
   of: Profumo dell'Invisibile. -- Call no.: PN6767.M36P3219
Profundidad de Campo.
   Entry (p. 16) (Términos Técnicos) in Diccionario Básico del
   Cómic, by Federico López Socasau (Madrid : Acento
   Editorial, 1998). -- Call no.: PN6707.L6 1998
   "Are Comics Moronic Dribble?" (Up All Night, Mar. 25, 2011)
   / by Michael Kupperman. -- Summary: Or maybe they're
   profound. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "comics"
   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
   Now, That's Profound, Charlie Brown / Charles M. Schulz. --
   New York : HarperPerennial, 1999. -- 176 p. : ill. ; 13 x
   21 cm. -- (Peanuts Treasury) -- (A HarperResource Book) --
   Funny kid genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.P4N64 1999
   "The Secret of Life is to be Older than your Lawn"*
   (Peanuts, Nov. 14, 1994) / by Schulz. -- Summary:
   Franklin's grampa has a profound new philosophy. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lawns"
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