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Captain Billy's Whiz Bang, Vol. 2. No. 16, January, 1921

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Captain Billy's Whiz Bang, Vol. 2, No. 16, January 1921 by W. H. Fawcett is a humorous and satirical magazine filled with clever jokes, entertaining stories, and risqué cartoons. The content is irreverent and sometimes controversial, pushing the boundaries of what was considered acceptable in the early 1920s.

The magazine is a reflection of the time period, providing a glimpse into the attitudes and sensibilities of the post-World War I era. The writing is witty and sharp, with a cheeky sense of humor that is sure to entertain readers looking for a lighthearted and irreverent read.

Overall, Captain Billy's Whiz Bang, Vol. 2, No. 16, January 1921 is a fun and entertaining magazine that offers a unique perspective on the culture and society of the early 20th century. It may not be to everyone's taste, but for those willing to embrace its quirky humor and playful irreverence, it is sure to provide plenty of laughs and entertainment.

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"Captain Billy's Whiz Bang" was an iconic magazine of American wit and humor launched by W.H. Fawcett in 1919. Each 64-page issue is packed with jokes, quips, and humorous bits of writing. Each year it grew in popularity, and Fawcett’s success lead to the formation of the well-known Fawcett Publications, which issued "Whiz Comics" and introduced Captain Marvel. The magazine was immortalized in a line in the song “Trouble” from Meredith Wilson’s “The Music Man.” - Summary by Larry Wilson


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