From Jem #1. The top two are by Bill WardBob Tupper
By Art Lutner from Sir Knight volume 5, number 8
Jim Willoughby from that same issue.
From Man's Combat number 4
This two-pager by Vic Martin from Man's Daring volume 4, number 2 in July 1962, from Candar Publications, a branch of the same company that published Cracked.
From Man's True Danger, July 1967, also from Candar. These pages are by Bill Wenzel.
Bernard Wiseman from the June 1963 issue of Rogue. A lot of gag cartoonists also did children's books.
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