I'll take a break from the humor magazines for a while just because I own a lot of issues of Four Color Comics. Comics in the past weren't any better than they are now storywise, but there's something about them that's lacking in comics today. If anything, many of the Dell Comics are a primer in clarity in cartooning.
Four Color Comics was a series of one-shots from Dell Comics published sporadically, ostensibly to launch something into a potential series. Often they were adaptations of TV shows that have since been forgotten.
King Leonardo and his Short Subjects was an animated series from Total Television, a competitor of Jay Ward. This was #1242 in the series published in January, 1962.
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The Golden Age That Never Happened - TV in 1960 was looking for something new, and thought that something would be cartoons. Through the ‘50s, there was an explosion of westerns, detective s...
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