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Tick Tock Tales (1946) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 1
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Label #1562213022

    Art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Cute bears Koko and Kola, who are paintings on a high-chair by day, reveal themselves to Raymond, the boy they live with. Hawk Sure The Detective gets held up at gunpoint. Spanky and Clarence compete for a busboy job at a restaurant. Stamping Around With Koko & Kola; Koko and Kola; Tommy Thrimble; Hawk Sure The Detective and Whatsis; Spanky; Benny The Burglar; Goofus the Gopher. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 2

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    Art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Koko and Kola get stuck in the Christmas tree and Raymond must get them down; Goofus the Gopher destroys the things he tries to fix; Uncle Barney's latest scheme involves weight-loss equipment, but he can only drum up business by adding the word "atomic" to the name. Runnin' Wild with Koko & Kola; Koko and Kola; The Trouble Jackpot; Uncle Barney and the Duke of Iron; Tick and Tock; 1946 Picture Calendar; Hawk Sure The Detective and Whatsis; Spanky; Benny The Burglar; Goofus the Gopher. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 3

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    Art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Goofus the Gopher wants to enter a boxing contest for the prize money; Judy and her Magic Chalk wind up at the North Pole (in a story featuring a connect-the-dots puzzle); Uncle Barney's latest scheme involves joining the circus. Judy's Chalk-Talk; Koko and Kola: The Chase of the Lost Train; Uncle Barney and the Duke of Iron; Spanky; Muggsy Mouse; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Goofus the Gopher; Hawk Sure The Detective and Whatsis. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 4
    • Puzzles complete.

    Art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Bud the skunk enters a perfume-making contest; The Mighty Atom battles the Miser Squirrel to save the Pixie food supply; Judy uses her Magic Chalk to enter the Land of Easter Bunnies (in a story featuring a connect-the-dots puzzle). Tricksy Pixies; Koko and Kola; Goofus the Gopher; Bud and Blossom; Muggsy Mouse; Spanky; Judy's Chalk Talk; Tricksy Pixies In The Forestland; Judy and The Magic Chalk. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 5
    • Paper: Off white

    Art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Goofus the Gopher overhears a plot to rob a bank, but can't get anyone to believe him; The Mighty Atom takes action when pixies are abducted by a weasel; Naive Chichi ill-advisedly follows scheming Chuck Chipmunk on a search for the world's biggest pretzel. The May Party; Koko and Kola; Stop Motion; Goofus the Gopher; Spanky; Tricksy Pixies; Spanky Gets Hooked Again; Chichi and the Chipmunk; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Start the Day. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 6

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and Inez Karma. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Koko and Kola face off against a giant in Fuzzybird Land; Judy makes a helicopter with her Magic Chalk so an elf can return to his Land in the Sky (in a story featuring a connect-the-dots puzzle); Goofus gets glasses, but trips on the glasses cord. Fire Fighters; Koko and Kola; Goofus the Gopher; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Chichi and the Chipmunk; Spanky; Spanky Gets Hooked Again; Chichi and the Chipmunk; Judy and The Big Fish; Tricksy Pixies; Goofus the Gopher. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 7
    • Cover detached at one staple.

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Muggsy goes to the patent office to find out who invented the mousetrap; Pixierary is threatened with disaster by The Wicked Worm, and only pixie superhero the Mighty Atom can save it; Goofus enters a boxing match. The Cat's Meow; Koko and Kola: Land of Butterflies; Goofus the Gopher; Muggsy Mouse; Spanky; Bee's Wax; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Peachy Chichi and Chuck Chipmunk; Tricksy Pixies. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 8

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Judy uses her Magic Chalk to make a magic carpet (in a story featuring a connect-the-dots puzzle); Goofus becomes a fan salesman in Iceland; Spanky hopes to get free food by working as a waiter. A Long Way From Pixerary; Koko and Kola; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Spanky; Goofus the Gopher; Beaver; Chuck Chipmunk; Trixie Pixies. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 9

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Koko and Kola become volunteer firemen; Phillpots Frog tries to stop the yearly boat race, but The Mighty Atom intervenes; Judy uses her Magic Chalk to reunite a dog with its master. Tiger Trouble; Koko and Kola: The Volunteer Firemen; Goofus the Gopher; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Spanky; Beaver; Chuck Chipmunk; Trixie Pixies. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 10
    • 2.5" Cumulative spine split.

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Raymond, Koko and Kola spend the day at the amusement park; Spanky steals candy from Wilbur that turns out to be medicine; Judy uses her Magic Chalk to help a circus in trouble. Going 'Round In Circles; Koko and Kola; Spanky; Goofus the Gopher; Catchy and Scrapps; Muggsy Mouse; Big Bertha; The Kandy Kid; Queen of the Festival; Pic-Charades; Trixie Pixies; Judy and the Magic Chalk. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 11
    • Cover detached.

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Koko, Kola and Raymond visit Toyland; The Mighty Atom lends a hand when the Pixies need a diving board for their pool; Judy accidentally creates a monster when she draws a mean elf who steals her chalk. Koko and Kola; Goofus the Gopher; Catchy and Scrapps; Turkey Talk; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Chuck Chipmunk; Spanky; Trixie Pixies. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 12

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Koko, Kola and Raymond help Santa free Donner the reindeer from Sir Frostbite; Chuck Chipmunk turns a bathtub into a boat; Judy must get a package to Betty before her train leaves (in a story featuring a connect-the-dots puzzle). Cross-Pic Puzzle; Koko and Kola; Catchy and Scrapps; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Chuck Chipmunk; Christmas Stockings; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Goofus the Gopher; Trixie Pixies; Pic-Charades. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 13

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Crooked sailors want to capture Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy and put him in a circus; Goofus the Gopher decides to become a train engineer; Judy visits Upside Down Land (in a story featuring a connect-the-dots puzzle). The Big Rain; Koko and Kola: The Missing Queen; Goofus the Gopher; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Chuck Chipmunk; Catchy and Scrapps; Bear Facts; Muggsy Mouse; Trixie Pixies; Judy and the Magic Chalk. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 14

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Pete (aka The Mighty Atom) and Polly find a toy sailboat that fits them perfectly; Tom-Tom is captured by a vulture, and his animal pals scramble to save him; Pinocchio runs away from home, but Judy uses her Magic Chalk to convince him to return. Muggsy Mouse; Koko and Kola: Land of the Talking Ponies!; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Magic Heart; Trixie Pixies; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Goofus the Gopher; Catchy and Scrapps. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 15

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Koko, Kola and Raymond build a snowman who doesn't like the cold; Muggsy swipes cheese from a movie set, not realizing it's made of wax; Goofus accidentally blocks the city's water supply and saves the city from a poison attack. Muggsy Mouse; Koko and Kola; Chuck Chipmunk; Catchy and Scrapps; The Zoo; The Pixies; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Goofus the Gopher; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Raymond's Safety Lesson. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 16

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Willy Bemiss uses his magic eraser to counter Judy's magical chalk; Chuck invents Marmaduke the Mechanical Horse and uses it to paint Chichi's house; Muggsy hears the formula for a synthetic cheese on the radio, but it ends up being an explosive. Kitchen Caution; Koko and Kola; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Catchy and Scrapps; Goofus the Gopher; Muggsy Mouse; Magic Mermaid; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Chuck Chipmunk; The Pixies; Pic-Puzzle Page; Lunch for All. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 17

    Edited by Raymond C. Krank. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Itchi the ape wants to be Tom-Tom's bodyguard, but he's out of his element on the ground; Judy flees a giant after climbing a beanstalk (in a story including a connect-the-dots puzzle); Termites trap the Pixies in a bottle and shove it in the river. Shoe Fits; Koko and Kola; Catchy and Scrapps; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Trixie Pixies. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 18

    Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. A hyena raids Tom-Tom's garden; Judy creates a pond to fish in, but the farmer who owns the land claims the fish (in a story featuring a connect-the-dots puzzle); Mighty Atom intervenes when a spider bully runs the pixies out of their new gym. Pixie Party; Koko and Kola: The Big Bull Fight; Catchy and Scrapps; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Trixie Pixies; Pic-Puzzle Page; Needin' Readin'. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 19

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    Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Judy uses her Magic Chalk to gather honey for a school nature contest; Muggsy Mouse tries to create a cheese detector; Pete and Polly help a pixie who feels unattractive prepare for the annual Harvest Queen contest. Summer Snow; Koko and Kola; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Muggsy Mouse; The Pixies; Little Tops Of The Big Top; A Remedy for Raymond; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 20

    Art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Judy sets out to rescue an abused horse (in a story featuring a connect-the-dots puzzle); Goofus gets a stand-up bass that's twice his size; Itchi the monkey makes Tom-Tom think that he's a ghost. Boat Race; Koko and Kola; Pic-Puzzle Page; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Goofus the Gopher; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Catchy and Scrapps; H2Oh-Oh; The Pixies. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 21
    • 5" cumulative spine split. Cover detached.

    Art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Judy saves a turtle from the soup pot (in a story featuring a connect-the-dots puzzle). Circus boy Little Tops tries to save the animals from a rival circus owner's looney pills; The Mighty Atom intervenes after floodwaters cut off the pixies' food supply. The Untimely Guest; Koko and Kola: Beardland; Muggsy Mouse; Little Tops; Trixie Pixies; Goofus the Gopher; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Crash Landing. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 22

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    Art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Judy uses her Magic Chalk to teach two young hooligans that crime does not pay (in a story featuring a connect-the-dots puzzle). Muggsy Mouse gets everything to fit in a suitcase by cutting off the ends of the clothes that were sticking out. Little Tops must find a way to make the clown laugh to save the circus. Welcome Patty Platypus; Koko and Kola: Sheila and Her "Magic Jumping Bean"!; Catchy; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Pic-Puzzle Page; Goofus the Gopher; The Pixies; Muggsy Mouse; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Little Tops of the Big Top; The Shell Game. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 23

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    Art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Muggsy Mouse loses his latest cheese when he drops it on a road under construction; Catchy figures out how to stop bicycle thieves with paint that makes things invisible; Tom-Tom is chased by a black panther and his animal pals must save him. Something Fishy; Koko and Kola: The Whale Catchers; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Muggsy Mouse; Catchy and Scrapps; The Pixies; Goofus the Gopher; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Table Technique; Little Tops of the Big Top; Pic-Puzzle Page. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 24

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    Art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Flying Freddy dreams that he has won a real plane in a contest; Muggsy convinces Goofus that cheese is bad for you, so Goofus throws all the cheese in the ocean; Little Top and Pee Wee the penguin use a boxing kangaroo to expose a fake gorilla. Detectives; Flying Freddy; Muggsy Mouse; Little Tops of the Big Top; Catchy and Scrapps; Goofus the Gopher; Koko and Kola: Chase in China; Read and Head; Pic-Puzzle Page; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; The Pixies. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 25

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    Art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Koko, Kola and Raymond travel to the North Pole to save Christmas after a gremlin steals Santa's suit; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy sets out to find the missing Dr. Bivingston; How Koko and Kola first came into Raymond's life. Flying to Santa; Koko and Kola: The Ungrateful Gremlin; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Catchy and Scrapps; Little Tops of the Big Top; Flying Freddy; Bear Facts; The Pixies; Last But Not Least; The Snarling Snarlmouth. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 26

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    Art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. A rival circus owner steals Little Tops' animals and sells them to the zoo; A sleepwalking Tom-Tom falls into a plot to steal a sacred jewel; Catchy and Scrapps accidentally stow away on a freighter. The Pixie Flyer; Flying Freddy the Model Pilot; Little Tops of the Big Top; Koko and Kola; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Catchy and Scrapps; Goofus the Gopher; The Pixies. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 27

    Art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Muggsy Mouse loses his latest cheese when he drops it on a road under construction; Catchy figures out how to catch bicycle thieves with paint that makes things invisible; Tom-Tom is chased by a black panther and his animal pals must save him. Something Fishy; Koko and Kola: The Whale Catchers; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Muggsy Mouse; Catchy and Scrapps; The Pixies; Goofus the Gopher; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Table Technique; Little Tops of the Big Top; Pic-Puzzle Page. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 28

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Pete (aka The Mighty Atom) and Polly find a toy sailboat that fits them perfectly; Tom-Tom is captured by a vulture, and his animal pals scramble to save him; Pinocchio runs away from home, but Judy uses her Magic Chalk to convince him to return. Muggsy Mouse; Koko and Kola: The Daring Desperado!; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Trixie Pixies; Trapped; Judy and the Magic Chalk; The Damaging Darts. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 29

    Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Koko, Kola and Raymond build a snowman who doesn't like the cold; Muggsy swipes cheese from a movie set, not realizing it's made of wax; Goofus accidentally blocks the city's water supply and saves the city from a poison attack. Muggsy Mouse; Koko and Kola; The Pixies; Goofus the Gopher; Pic Puzzle; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 30

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    Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Koko, Kola and Raymond become sorcerer's apprentices after Raymond gets a magic kit. A rather disturbing-looking frog wants to eat the Pixies, but luckily The Mighty Atom is nearby in his secret pixie identity. Judy's Magic Chalk teaches Mr. Weasel a lesson (includes a dot-to-dot puzzle of a hot-air balloon.). Robert Robot; Muggsy Mouse; Koko and Kola: The Sorcerer's Apprentice; Judy and the Magic Chalk; The Pixie Flyer; The Mighty Atom and the Pixies; Pic Puzzle Page; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 31
    • 2" Cumulative spine split.

    Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Tom-Tom pretends to be his own ghost to save a bear cub from Lupo the Wolf; Koko, Kola and Raymond go to Dogtown, where people can be caught and put in the pound; Punchy the Creampuff Cowpuncher opens a dude ranch. Connect-the-dots cover featuring Judy and her Magic Chalk. Daffy Doodles; Jesse Jimmy; Muggsy Mouse; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Nightmare Noonan; Koko and Kola: The Black Bag; Punchy the Creampuff Cowpuncher; Judy and the Magic Chalk; Jest for Fun. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 32

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Koko, Kola and Raymond go through the Looking Glass into Wonderland; Koko, Kola and Raymond are captured by a giant; Alli tries to sabotage Chuck Chipmunk's latest invention and ruins Chichi's laundry. Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy; Mighty Atom and the Pixies; Koko and Kola; Cuckoo Sheriff; Koko and Kola Thru the Looking Glass; Kat Karson; Chuck Chipmunk. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Tick Tock Tales (1946) 33

    Stories and art by Phil De Lara and others. Funny-animal antics from Magazine Enterprises. Wanda the Good Witch (not the later Harvey character) uses her magic to get even with mean teacher Miss Skinflint. Moths steal the Pixies' clothes and blind Mighty Atom with a flashlight. Tom-Tom's monkey and elephant pals must rescue him when he's captured by a dragon. Robert Robot; Wanda the Good Witch; Koko and Kola; The Pixies; Mighty Atom; Tom-Tom the Jungle Boy. Final issue of the series. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.