"Ivanhoe" Classic Comics #2 (1941), p. 23. Story by Waler Scott. Art by Malcolm Kildale. © Gilberton
"Ivanhoe" Classics Illustrated #2 (1947), p. 14. Story by Waler Scott. Art by Norman Nodel. Reprinted 1997 by Acclaim (NY). © Gilberton
Bible stories of that period were typically short, such as the 7-page story of Deborah and Yael.
"The Story of Deborah" Picture Stories from the Bible #3 (Spring 1943),
6th story, page 7. Story by Montgomery Mulford. Art by
Don Cameron. © Bloch
or the 4-page story of Ruth.
"The Story of Ruth"
George A. Pflaum
An exception was the 47-page Life of Esther Visualized adapted by Dorothy Fay Foster. The higher-quality artwork and lack of word balloons or captions gave the comic the feel of a picture book.
Life of Esther VisualiZed (1947), p. 27. Adapted by Dorothy Fay Foster. Art by Anthony Abruzzo. © Standard Publishing Company
There was also a comic strip adaptation in The New York Post of the television show The Goldbergs.