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BLOOMPH

Jasper playing a French horn

More Fun Comics (1936) #106
DC, November 1945

No Title
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Lit-Win
Pencilled by: Lit-Win

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blat, French horn, humor, instrument, Jasper, oomph

BLUUP

Jasper playing his French horn

More Fun Comics (1936) #106
DC, November 1945

No Title
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Lit-Win
Pencilled by: Lit-Win

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blat, French horn, humor, instrument, Jasper

MMMMMMMMM!

Jasper eating an egg

More Fun Comics (1936) #106
DC, November 1945

No Title
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Lit-Win
Pencilled by: Lit-Win

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eating, egg, food, hum, humor, Jasper, mmm, verbal

OOMPH

Jasper playing a French horn

More Fun Comics (1936) #106
DC, November 1945

No Title
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Lit-Win
Pencilled by: Lit-Win

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French horn, humor, instrument, Jasper, oomph

SMACK!

Jasper using a frying pan to catch a thrown egg, breaking it

More Fun Comics (1936) #106
DC, November 1945

No Title
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Lit-Win
Pencilled by: Lit-Win

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break, catch, egg, food, frying pan, humor, Jasper, smack, throw

SPLAT!

a man throwing an egg at Jasper, breaking it

More Fun Comics (1936) #106
DC, November 1945

No Title
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Lit-Win
Pencilled by: Lit-Win

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break, egg, food, humor, Jasper, splat, throw

SPUT-- SPUT

Jasper frying an egg in a pan

More Fun Comics (1936) #106
DC, November 1945

No Title
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Lit-Win
Pencilled by: Lit-Win

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cooking, egg, food, frying pan, humor, Jasper, splatter, sputter
 
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