Otto Binder's Pay Records
Part 1Timely Comics(c) Arthur L. Lortie, 2015
In the early 1960's, science fiction writer Otto Binder responded to a request from comics historian Jerry Bails for a detailed listing of the scripts he had prepared for comic book publishers. Otto's responses were prepared from his pay records in several iterations, first by date and then by company, with corrections being made along the way. One portion, the listing of Binder's work for DC Comics (Superman, Batman, etc.) saw print in the collaborative fan publication, CAPA-alpha #2, in November, 1964, with the unfulfilled promise of eventually publishing the remainder.

These were eventually sent by Jerry to fellow historian Bill Schelly, author of the out-of-print Words of Wonder: The Life and Times of Otto Binder (2003) [and the soon to be released Otto Binder: The Life and Work of a Comic Book and Science Fiction Visionary ]. Bill kindly sent me copies in 2008, where they languished, the victim of a move to a storage facility where they were safely misfiled under a litany of less interesting items. The originals are in Bill's Comic Fandom Archive and will eventually be stored at Columbia University.

I weighed the pros and cons of presentation and finally decided that the best way to parse these was by company, and then by character. Some of the story assignments are incredibly easy; while others are almost impossible.

I then wisely recruited those fans with powers and abilities far beyond those of a mere mortal Lortie to help pair the scripts with the published stories. First aboard were Martin O'Hearn (MGO in the listings below and author of Kings of the Comic Books), Steve Rowe (SR) and Lou Mougin (LM). All story IDs not otherwise referenced are by me.

I'm starting with Marvel / Timely Comics because that provides a workable subset, unlike the huge amount of stories done for Fawcett and DC.

Otto's records cover only 1939 to 1963. I'd appreciate scans of any stories I don't have, which I will list later. I'm slowly adding the cases where I was able to match his script references to a published story.

The link to the Grand Comics Database chronological list of Otto's work at Marvel -- which at the time I'm posting this contains some non-Binder stories -- is here.

Otto's dated list(the date is when he was paid, though in some case these are very close to the published date)
Captain America, March, 1941
Tuk Cave Boy, March, 1941
Captain America, April, 1941
Captain America, April, 1941 (a second story)
Captain America, April, 1941 (a third story)
Young Allies #1, May, 1941
Captain America, May, 1941
Captain America, May, 1941 (a second story)
Captain America - Black Witch, July, 1941
Captain America - Black Hand, July, 1941
Destroyer, July, 1941
Young Allies (New America), August, 1941
Captain America - Black Talon Returns, October, 1941
The Terror (Mister Z), October, 1941
Captain America - Pygmies, October, 1941
Captain America - Sample Blitz, October, 1941
Captain America - Martians, December, 1941
Captain America (Turtle), September, 1942
Captain Wonder (Origin), October, 1942
Tommy Tyme (origin), October, 1942
Captain America (Mole Men), June, 1943
Captain America (Red Skull), June, 1943
Captain America (Pyramid), June, 1943
Captain America (Jigsaw), July, 1943
Jap-Buster (Tokyo Trick), July, 1943
Destroyer (Prisoners), July, 1943
Sergeant Dix (Booby Traps), July, 1943
Captain America (Madness Mountains), August, 1943
Whizzer (Cadet), August, 1943
Young Allies (Mad Mechanic), September, 1943
Captain America (Seven Seas), September, 1943
Captain America (Death Riders), September, 1943
Destroyer (Island Ship), September, 1943
Sergeant Dix (Poison Needles), September, 1943
Young Allies (The Head), November, 1943
Captain America (Floating City), November, 1943
Tommy Tyme (Crusades), November, 1943
Submariner (Card Navy), December, 1943
Submariner (Tornado), December, 1943
Submariner (Tunnel), December, 1943
Captain America (Reincarnation), December, 1943
Tommy Tyme (Pyramids), December, 1943
Submariner (Rocket Gun), December, 1943
Young Allies (Sandmen), December, 1943
Captain America (China Wall), January, 1944
Whizzer (Safe Cracker), January, 1944
Destroyer (Berlin Bombs), January, 1944
Young Allies (Castle Phantoms), January, 1944
Captain America (Rocket Shells), January, 1944
Tommy Tyme (Columbus, January, 1944
Destroyer (Second Front), January, 1944
Submariner (Great Lakes), January, 1944
Subby (Invisible Menace), February, 1944
Miss America (Corpse Who Walks), February, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #15), February, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #16), February, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #17), February, 1944
Miss America (Black Widow), February, 1944
Captain America (Four Freedoms), February, 1944
Young Allies (Booby Traps), February, 1944
Miss America (Monster Men), February, 1944
Destroyer (Stepping Stones), February, 1944
Tommy Tyme (Arabian Nights), February, 1944
Young Allies (Land of Death), February, 1944
Whizzer (Trains), February, 1944
Young Allies (Little Tokyo), March, 1944
Destroyer (Jap Jitters), March, 1944
Miss America (13th Floor), April, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), April, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), April, 1944
Whizzer (Mad Maze), May, 1944
Miss America (Flying House), May, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), May, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), May, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), May, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), May, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), May, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), May, 1944
Young Allies (Kid Krimes), May, 1945
Human Torch (Chain Letters), June, 1945
Young Allies (Skyscraper Fiends), June, 1945
Young Allies (Limping Ghost), July, 1945
Young Allies (Fake Crimes), August, 1945
Young Allies (Puzzle), August, 1945
Young Allies (World Trip), August, 1945
Young Allies (Dreams for Sale), September, 1945
Young Allies (Magic Door), September, 1945
Young Allies (Heredity & Past), October, 1945
Young Allies (Death at Dinner), October, 1945
Young Allies (Doodles of Doom), November, 1945
Young Allies (Twisted Terror), November, 1945
Young Allies (Sneezy’s Services), December, 1945
Young Allies (Tall Tales / Ghoul Gold), December, 1945
Young Allies (Calender Crimes), January, 1946
Young Allies (Laugh Crimes), January, 1946
Young Allies (Robots), January, 1946
Young Allies (Jeff’s Initiation), January, 1946
Young Allies (Iniquitous Mr. Lee), February, 1946
Young Allies (Unholy Three), February, 1946
Captain America (Pennies From Heaven), March, 1946
Captain America (Pandora’s Box), March, 1946
Captain America (Ulysses), March, 1946
Young Allies (Mad Monster), March, 1946
Captain America (House of Hallucinations), April, 1946
Captain America (Crusade Crimes), April, 1946
Young Allies (Tree Treasure), April, 1946
Young Allies (Wild Men), April, 1946
All-Winners (Future Men), May, 1946
All-Winners (Captain America in Europe), May, 1946
All-Winners (Whizzer in S.A.), May, 1946
All-Winners (Submariner in Asia), May, 1946
All-Winners (Miss America in Africa), May, 1946
All-Winners (Human Torch in N.A.), May, 1946
All-Winners (Finale), May, 1946
Blonde Phantom (Mayor Hart Trouble), May, 1946
Captain America (Howling Mummy), June, 1946
Captain America (The Finger), June, 1946
Blonde Phantom (Golden Trunk), August, 1946
Captain America (Crime Clubs), September, 1946
Captain America (Gypsies), September, 1946
All-Winners (7-part serial, Jewel Jobs), September, 1946
Captain America (Mad Musicians), October, 1946
Captain America (Mr. Pelly), October, 1946
Captain America (Future Fair), November, 1946
Captain America (Astrologers), November, 1946
Captain America (Rip Van Winkle), January, 1947
Captain America (King Lear), January, 1947
Captain America (Planetarium), March, 1947
Captain America (Black Hermit), March, 1947
Georgie (Shining Knight), November, 1947
Jeanie (Stiff Time), December, 1947
Mitzi (Boy Boycott), January, 1948
Jeanie (Double Trouble)), January, 1948
Jeanie (Genie), January, 1948
Jeanie (Glasses), January, 1948
Jeanie (Camera Capers), February, 1948
Mitzi (Farm Fun), March, 1948
Hedy Devine (Incognito), March, 1948
Mitzi (Hypnotist), March, 1948
Jeanie (Inheritance), April, 1948
Mitzi (Week End), April, 1948
Hedy Devine (Home Movie), April, 1948
Jeanie (Soul Mate), May, 1948
Mitzi (Dress Shop), May, 1948
Jeanie (Feud), May, 1948
Nellie, Nurse (Inheritance), May, 1948
Jeanie (Wins Contest), May, 1948
Jeanie (Pesky Pets), June, 1948
Mitzi (Scoop), June, 1948

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Sorted by characterI added links for each character to the GCD, stories and text only; if you right click to openyou can view both pages at once

ALL-WINNERS (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1947; also says Bill Finger 1946; #19 is written by Finger and there are only 2 Golden Age stories)
All-Winners (Future Men), May, 1946 - All-Winners Squad: Menace From the Future World!, Chapter 1 (4 pages) in All-Winners Comics #21 (Winter 1946-47)
All-Winners (Captain America in Europe), May, 1946 - Captain America: Menace From the Future World!, Chapter 2: The Green Plague! (8 pages) in All-Winners Comics #21 (Winter 1946-47)
All-Winners (Whizzer in S.A.), May, 1946 - The Whizzer: Menace From the Future World!, Chapter 3: Murder in Slow Motion! (6 pages) in All-Winners Comics #21 (Winter 1946-47)
All-Winners (Submariner in Asia), May, 1946 - Sub-Mariner: Menace From the Future World!, Chapter 4: Wave of Destruction! (8 pages) in All-Winners Comics #21 (Winter 1946-47)
All-Winners (Miss America in Africa), May, 1946 - Miss America: Menace From the Future World!, Chapter 5: The Living Dead! (5 pages) in All-Winners Comics #21 (Winter 1946-47)
All-Winners (Human Torch in N.A.), May, 1946 - The Human Torch: Menace From the Future World!, Chapter 6: Flames of Fury! (8 pages) in All-Winners Comics #21 (Winter 1946-47)
All-Winners (Finale), May, 1946 - All-Winners Squad: Menace From the Future World!, Chapter 7: War Between the Worlds! (4 pages) in All-Winners Comics #21 (Winter 1946-47)
All-Winners (7-part serial, Jewel Jobs), September, 1946 - UNPUBLISHED, at least as a serial; the individual chapters may have been adapted as a solo adventure (ID by MGO)

BLONDE PHANTOM (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1946; also says Stan Lee 1946-47; Alan Sulman 1946-47)
Blonde Phantom (Mayor Hart Trouble), May, 1946
Blonde Phantom (Golden Trunk), August, 1946

CAPTAIN AMERICA (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1941-46; also says Martin Bursten 1941; Ray Cummings c1942-c45; Gerry De La Ree 1942; Bill Finger 1946; Zac Gabel 1944; Rod Gaetz 1942; Joe Gill late-1940s; Ed Herron 1940-41; Jack Kirby 1941-42;; Stan Lee 1942-49, Text 1941 in #3;; Joe Simon 1941-42; Mickey Spillane early-1940s; Leonard Steinman c1941-c43; Manly Wellman 1942; Bill Woolfolk c1944-c46)
ADDEDUM: http://zinewiki.com/Gerry_de_la_Ree says de la Ree "co-authored two Captain America stories in 1942." His collaborator was undoubtedly Binder, whom he had interviewed. 3 stories have been ID'ed as being published in 1942, with a 4th being written in September, 1942; at least half should carry a de la Ree co-credit..
Captain America, March, 1941
Captain America, April, 1941
Captain America, April, 1941 (a second story)
Captain America, April, 1941 (a third story)
Captain America, May, 1941
Captain America, May, 1941 (a second story)
Captain America - Black Witch, July, 1941 - Case of the Black Witch (17 pages) in Captain America Comics #8 (November 1941)
Captain America - Black Hand, July, 1941 - Th The Case of the Black Talon (18 pages) in Captain America Comics #9, (December 1941). It was rescripted by Jack Kirby (ID by MGO)
Captain America - Black Talon Returns, October, 1941 -
Captain America - Black Talon Returns, October, 1941 -Though the Black Talon returns almost immediately in Binder's Fate Spins an Evil Web in Young Allies #2 (Winter 1941), this Captain America script of his appears unused. (Note by MGO)
Captain America - Pygmies, October, 1941 - The Terrible Menace of the Pygmies of Terror! (20 pages) in Captain America Comics #12 (March 1942)
Captain America - Sample Blitz, October, 1941 - The Tunnel of Terror! (20 pages) in Captain America Comics #15 (June 1942) [ID by SR]
Captain America - Martians, December, 1941 - The Invasion From Mars (20 pages) in Captain America Comics #15 (June 1942)
Captain America (Turtle), September, 1942 - Battling the Deadly Snapper in Captain America Comics #23 (February 1943) (ID by MGO)
Captain America (Mole Men), June, 1943 - Yellow Claw and the Mole-Men in All Select Comics #6 (March 1945) (ID by MGO)
Captain America (Red Skull), June, 1943
Captain America (Pyramid), June, 1943
Captain America (Jigsaw), July, 1943
Captain America (Madness Mountains), August, 1943
Captain America (Seven Seas), September, 1943
Captain America (Death Riders), September, 1943
Captain America (Floating City), November, 1943
Captain America (Reincarnation), December, 1943
Captain America (China Wall), January, 1944
Captain America (Rocket Shells), January, 1944
Captain America (Four Freedoms), February, 1944 - The Four Trials of Justice (12 pages) in All Winners Comics #12 (Spring 1944) (ID by MGO)
Captain America (Pennies From Heaven), March, 1946 - Pennies from Heaven (12 pages) in Captain America Comics #59 (November 1946) (ID by MGO)
Captain America (Pandora’s Box), March, 1946
Captain America (Ulysses), March, 1946
Captain America (House of Hallucinations), April, 1946 - House of Hallucinations (7 pages) in Captain America Comics #59 (November 1946) (ID by MGO)
Captain America (Crusade Crimes), April, 1946
Captain America (Howling Mummy), June, 1946 - The Howling Mummy (7 pages) in Marvel Mystery Comics #80 (January 1947) (ID by MGO)
Captain America (The Finger), June, 1946
Captain America (Crime Clubs), September, 1946 - The Kingdom of Terror (12 pages) in Captain America Comics #62 (May 1947) (ID by MGO)
Captain America (Gypsies), September, 1946 - The Dance of Death (10 pages) in Captain America Comics #62 (May 1947) (ID by MGO)
Captain America (Mad Musicians), October, 1946 - Melody of Horror (10 pages) in Captain America Comics #62 (May 1947) (ID by MGO)
Captain America (Mr. Pelly), October, 1946
Captain America (Future Fair), November, 1946 - Terror at the Fair (12 pages) in Captain America Comics #64 (October 1947) (ID by MGO)
Captain America (Astrologers), November, 1946
Captain America (Rip Van Winkle), January, 1947 - Tenpins of Terror (10 pages) in Captain America Comics #63 (July 1947) [ID by SR]
Captain America (King Lear), January, 1947 - Diamonds Spell Doom (11 pages) in Captain America Comics #64 (October 1947) (ID by MGO and LM)
Captain America (Planetarium), March, 1947 - The Phantom of the Planetarium (7 pages) in Marvel Mystery Comics #84 (October 1947) (ID by MGO)
Captain America (Black Hermit), March, 1947

CAPTAIN WONDER (NOTES: Bails lists no other writers despite a second story, vs. The Dwarf, in Kid Komics #2, and Binder does not list it; its possible a script from another character was recycled)
Captain Wonder (Origin), October, 1942 - The Origin of Captain Wonder (14 pages) in Kid Komics #1 (February 1943)

DESTROYER (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1941/43-44; also says Stan Lee 1940s)
Destroyer, July, 1941
Destroyer (Prisoners), July, 1943
Destroyer (Island Ship), September, 1943
Destroyer (Berlin Bombs), January, 1944
Destroyer (Second Front), January, 1944 - The Beachhead Blitz (7 pages) in All-Winners Comics #12 (Spring 1944) (ID per MGO)
Destroyer (Stepping Stones), February, 1944
Destroyer (Jap Jitters), March, 1944

GEORGIE (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1947; also says Stan Lee 1952)
Georgie (Shining Knight), November, 1947 - Good Night, Knight (8 pages) in Teen Comics #21 (April 1947) (ID per LM)

HEDY DEVINE (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1948; also says Paul Newman 1948-50)
Hedy Devine (Incognito), March, 1948 - Disguise the Limit in Millie the Model Comics #15 (December 1948) (ID by MGO)
Hedy Devine (Home Movie), April, 1948

HUMAN TORCH (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1945; also says Carl Burgos 1939-42/44; Hank Chapman 1941; John Compton 1940s;; David Cooke 1940; Ken Crossen c1943-c44; Jack D'Arcy 1941; Harry Donnelly 1943; Bill Everett 1941; Bill Finger 1946; Roy Garn 1940s; Joe Gill c1946; GOLD, H. L. c1943-c44; Joe Greene c1948; Kermit Jaediker c1942; George Kapitan 1941; Eric Messman c1943; Joey Piazza 1940; Mickey Spillane c1939-c42; Bill Vigoda c1943; Hy Vigoda c1942-c43; Basil Wolverton 1942-48; Bill Woolfolk c1944-c46)
Human Torch (Chain Letters), June, 1945

JAP-BUSTER (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1943; also says Patricia Highsmith c1944; Mickey Spillane c1942)
Jap-Buster (Tokyo Trick), July, 1943 - The Phony Tokyo (9 pages) in All Select Comics #2 (Winter 1943-1944)

JEANIE (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1947-48; also says Arthur Adler 1948; Ken Fitch 1948; Burt Frohman c1947-c49; Al Jaffee 1946-49; Paul Newman 1949)
Jeanie (Stiff Time), December, 1947
Jeanie (Double Trouble), January, 1948 - Seeing Double! (7 pages) in Patsy Walker #21 (March 1949) (ID per LM)
Jeanie (Genie), January, 1948
Jeanie (Glasses), January, 1948
Jeanie (Camera Capers), February, 1948
Jeanie (Inheritance), April, 1948
Jeanie (Soul Mate), May, 1948
Jeanie (Feud), May, 1948
Jeanie (Wins Contest), May, 1948 - The Contest Pest (7 pages) in Jeanie Comics #21 (September 1948) (ID per LM)
Jeanie (Pesky Pets), June, 1948

LET'S PLAY DETECTIVE (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1944; also says Al Bellman 1943-49)
I've placed 47 of the 48 stories listed at the GCD at https://www.mediafire.com/?dhftdea66ob4o5b ; I've only missing the entry from Kid Komics #4. I also found a 1-page unlisted story, "Blind Man's Bluff", in USA Comics #15 (Spring 1945) that I'll add later.

Let’s Play Detective (Case #15), February, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #16), February, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #17), February, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), April, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), April, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), May, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), May, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), May, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), May, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), May, 1944
Let’s Play Detective (Case #??), May, 1944

MISS AMERICA (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1944/47; also says Elizabeth Akin (Backup) 1947; Bill Finger 1946; Stan Lee 1947; Paul Newman 1956; Mo Weiss c1948)
Miss America (Corpse Who Walks), February, 1944 - Corpse That Walks (7 pages) in Marvel Mystery Comics #57 (July 1944)
Miss America (Black Widow), February, 1944 - Black Widow (7 pages) in Marvel Mystery Comics #58 (September 1944)
Miss America (Monster Men), February, 1944 - The Mystery of the Monster Man (15 pages) in Miss America Comics #1 (1944)
Miss America (13th Floor), April, 1944 - The Ghoul of the 13th Floor (7 pages) in Marvel Mystery Comics #73 (June 1946)
Miss America (Flying House), May, 1944 - Triple Mysteries (7 pages) in Marvel Mystery Comics #62 (March 1945) [ID by MGO]

MITZI (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1948; also says Ken Bald 1949; Stan Lee 1949; Mickey Marks c1948 - but just: Dean Mitzi; Lydia Sees Red; & Overnight Garden)
Mitzi (Boy Boycott), January, 1948
Mitzi (Farm Fun), March, 1948
Mitzi (Hypnotist), March, 1948
Mitzi (Week End), April, 1948
Mitzi (Dress Shop), May, 1948
Mitzi (Scoop), June, 1948

NELLIE, NURSE (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1940s; also says Ed Jurist 1947; Stan Lee 1949; Mickey Marks c1948 - but just: Nellie Cures It All; The Taxi Ambulance); Basil Wolverton 1947)
Nellie, Nurse (Inheritance), May, 1948

SERGEANT DIX (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1943; also says Roy Garn 1942)
Sergeant Dix (Booby Traps), July, 1943
Sergeant Dix (Poison Needles), September, 1943 - The Silent Death (7 pages) in Kid Komics #6 (Fall 1944)

SUBBIE (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1943) (there are only two Subbie stories, but Binder does not take credit for the second one)
Subbie (Invisible Menace), February, 1944 - Introducing Subbie (7 pages) in Kid Komics #1 (02/1943)

SUB-MARINER (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1943; also says Hank Chapman 1940; John Compton 1940s; Bill Everett 1939-42/47-49; Bill Finger 1946; Gardner Foc c1947; Roy Garn 1940s; Ray Gill 1940s; Joe Greene c1948; Kermit Jaediker c1942; George Kapitan 1948; Stan Lee 1947; Eric Messman c1943; Joey Piazza 1940; Mickey Spillane c1939-c42; Hy Vigoda c1942-c43; Basil Wolverton 1941/43; Bill Woolfolk c1944-c46)
Submariner (Card Navy), December, 1943 - The Fabulous Racket! (12 pages) in All-Winners Comics #16 (Summer/1945)
Submariner (Tornado), December, 1943 - Yellow Fang's Unholy Mission (12 pages) in Human Torch 15 (Spring/1944) (ID'ed by MGO)
..................(NOTE: I had suggested The Flying Graveyard in Mystery Comics #55 (05/1944) which involves a man-made tornado -- but the writing style appears to be wrong)
Submariner (Tunnel), December, 1943 - Smash the Tunnel of Terror! (12 pages) in All-Winners Comics #12 (Spring /1944)
Submariner (Rocket Gun), December, 1943 - Raging Rockets of the Rising Sun! (12 pages) in All Select Comics #4 (Summer/1944)
Submariner (Great Lakes), January, 1944 - The Mystery of the Great Lakes (13 pages) in All Select Comics #5 (Winter/1944-1945)

THE TERROR (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1941; also says Phil Sturm 1941)
The Terror (Mister Z), October, 1941 - The Death List of Mister Z (8 pages) in Mystic Comics #10 (August 1942)

TOMMY TYME (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1942-46)
Tommy Tyme (origin), October, 1942 - Origin of Tommy Tyme (8 pages) in Young Allies #7 (April 1943)
Tommy Tyme (Crusades), November, 1943
Tommy Tyme (Pyramids), December, 1943 - In Ancient Egypt (6 pages) in Young Allies #12 (Spring 1944)
Tommy Tyme (Columbus), January, 1944
Tommy Tyme (Arabian Nights), February, 1944 - The Arabian Nights (7 pages) in Young Allies #13 (Summer 1944)

TUK, CAVE BOY (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1941; also says Jack Kirby 1941)
Tuk Cave Boy, March, 1941

WHIZZER (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1941-46; also says Bill Finger 1946; Stan Lee 1941-42)
Whizzer (Cadet), August, 1943 - The Three Chances of Cadet Cox (7 pages) in All-Winners Comics #11 (Winter 1943-1944)
Whizzer (Safe Cracker), January, 1944 - The Link Mob (7 pages) in USA Comics #15 (Spring 1945)
Whizzer (Trains), February, 1944 - Death Rides the Rails! (7 pages) in All Select Comics #4 (Summer 1944)
Whizzer (Mad Maze), May, 1944 - The Maze of Madness (7 pages) in All-Winners Comics #13 (Fall 1944)

YOUNG ALLIES (NOTES: From Bails' Who's Who: 1941-46; also says Martin Bursten 1941; Jack Kirby 1941; Stan Lee 1940s; Bill Woolfolk c1944-c46)
Young Allies #1, May, 1941 - The Coming of Agent Zero (39 pg, serial) in Young Allies #1 (Summer 1941)
Young Allies (New America), August, 1941 - Fate Spins an Evil Web in Young Allies #2 (Winter 1941) (ID by MGO)
Young Allies (Mad Mechanic), September, 1943 - The Master of Evil (24 pg) in Young Allies #12 (Spring 1944)
Young Allies (The Head), November, 1943 - The Terror of the Jap Head (21 pg) in Young Allies #12 (Spring 1944)
Young Allies (Sandmen), December, 1943
Young Allies (Castle Phantoms), January, 1944 - Phantom of Amajo Suki (15 pages) in Young Allies #17 (Fall 1945)
Young Allies (Booby Traps), February, 1944
Young Allies (Land of Death), February, 1944 - The Land of Death (15 pg) in Young Allies #13 (Summer 1944)
Young Allies (Little Tokyo), March, 1944 - Sinister Jap Secret Weapon (17 pages) in Kid Komics #6 (Fall 1944)
Young Allies (Kid Krimes), May, 1945 - Eeney, Meeny, Miny-Murder (14 pages) in Young Allies #18 (Winter 1945-46)
Young Allies (Skyscraper Fiends), June, 1945
Young Allies (Limping Ghost), July, 1945 - The Ghost Walks Softly (9 pages) in Young Allies #19 (Spring 1946)
Young Allies (Fake Crimes), August, 1945
Young Allies (Puzzle), August, 1945 - Death Solves a Puzzle (15 pg) in Young Allies #19 (Spring 1946)
Young Allies (World Trip), August, 1945
Young Allies (Dreams for Sale), September, 1945 - Dreams For Sale (16 pg) in Young Allies #20 (October 1946)
Young Allies (Magic Door), September, 1945
Young Allies (Heredity & Past), October, 1945
Young Allies (Death at Dinner), October, 1945 - Pie-Eyed Plunder (8 pages) in Young Allies #20 (October 1946)
Young Allies (Doodles of Doom), November, 1945 - Puzzle of Evil (7 pages) in Marvel Mystery Comics #82 (May 1947) [ID by MGO]
Young Allies (Twisted Terror), November, 1945
Young Allies (Sneezy’s Services), December, 1945
Young Allies (Tall Tales / Ghoul Gold), December, 1945
Young Allies (Calender Crimes), January, 1946
Young Allies (Laugh Crimes), January, 1946 - Murder For a Laugh (7 pages) in Marvel Mystery Comics #80 (January 1947)
Young Allies (Robots), January, 1946
Young Allies (Jeff’s Initiation), January, 1946 - Jeff Goes High Hat (7 pages) in Marvel Mystery Comics #75 (August 1946)
Young Allies (Iniquitous Mr. Lee), February, 1946
Young Allies (Unholy Three), February, 1946
Young Allies (Mad Monster), March, 1946 - Mad Monster of the Island (7 pages) in Marvel Mystery Comics #76 (September 1946)
Young Allies (Tree Treasure), April, 1946 - Jewels of Despair in Marvel Mystery Comics #78 (November 1946) (ID by MGO)
Young Allies (Wild Men), April, 1946

(NOTES: Bails' Who's Who also lists SORCERESS OF ZOOM, but this is a FOX COMICS property, and Horror stories in 1950, but there is nothing listed in Otto's records)
Fates Spins an Evil Web (60 pages) in Young Allies #2, Winter 1941Young Allies (New America) is Fate Spins an Evil Web (60 pages) in Young Allies #2, Winter 1941