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Little Max (1949) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Little Max (1949) 1
    • Staple rust.

    Cover by Al Avison (credited as Ham Fisher). Stories and art by Ham Fisher (credited), Mo Leff, Warren Kremer, Al Avison and Vic Herman. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Little Max makes like Michelangelo when he carves a bust of Joe Palooka out of soap. Li'l Dot, yet to develop her Harvey look or her dot-obsession, hatches a plan to swim with her grandma's ducklings. Plus an illustrated profile of Little Max's creator, cartoonist Ham Fisher. Infinity cover also features the covers of Harvey's other Ham Fisher comics, Joe Palooka and Humphrey. Meet Ham Fisher and Little Max; Circus Daze; The Uninvited Guest; The Genius; Humphrey Wins a Prize; Clown Capers; Rhymes of Reason; Li'l Dot; The Unlucky Cat; Junior Genius: A Whale of a Time!!!; Re-Voice English; Lil Dot and the Surprise Cake; The Cut-Up. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Little Max (1949) 2
    Published Dec 1949 by Harvey.

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    Stories and art by Ham Fisher (credited) and Vic Herman. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. In a rhyming adventure, Little Max is aided by cartoon alarm clocks and brooms to make it to school on time. Li'l Dot, yet to develop her Harvey look or her dot-obsession, creates a masterpiece with the modeling clay in her kindergarten class. The Lawn Lawn Trail; Who's Who at the Zoo; Li'l Dot Goes to Kindergarten; Rhymes with Reason; Shoeshine Boy; Li'l Dot: Lemonade Stand; Li'l Dot Goes Fishing; Holly of Hollywood; Humphrey Saves the Day. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Little Max (1949) 3
    Published Feb 1950 by Harvey.

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    Stories and art by Ham Fisher (credited) and Vic Herman. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Joe Palooka takes Little Max to the zoo to cheer him up, but it doesn't work the way he thought. Max gives Alice a lift on his go-cart. Li'l Dot, yet to develop her Harvey look or her dot-obsession, finds a way to keep playing while having her photograph taken. Fun on Ice; Be Glad You're You; The Hero; Humphrey and the 'Criminuls'; Ready - Aim - Fire; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; Shiver Me Timbers; Li'l Dot Has Her Picture Taken; Horse Sense; Li'l Dot's Strange Appetite; Max-imum Effort. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Little Max (1949) 4
    Published Apr 1950 by Harvey.

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    Stories and art by Jack Keeler, Al Avison and Vic Herman. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Li'l Dot, yet to develop her Harvey look or her dot-obsession, duplicates a designer dress using materials she finds at home -- including the dog! Little Max gives new meaning to counting sheep when you can't sleep. Jack B. Quick-like Little Genius sets out to stop a train robbery, but his long-suffering Papa bears the brunt of the misunderstanding. Sunday Coat; Sleepy-Time Gal; Junior Genius. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Little Max (1949) 5
    Published Jun 1950 by Harvey.

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    Stories and art by Al Avison and Vic Herman. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Joe Palooka reads the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, and Max dreams himself into the story. Plus solo stories featuring Li'l Dot and Humphrey. Max and the Beanstalk; Caught Short; Rhymes with Reason; Fishing Fever; Humphrey: Buzz Bombed; Li'l Dot: Dog Meets Fish; Li'l Dot: The Yes Woman. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Little Max (1949) 6
    Published Aug 1950 by Harvey.
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.
    • Restored (see item notes)
    • Restoration- glue at spine.

    Stories and art by Ted Shearer and Art Helfant. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Little Max imagines himself as the youngest of the Three Bears during Goldilocks's adventure. Max can't afford a cowboy outfit like his friends, but he finds a way to become a real cowboy anyway. Max and Alice have adventures while visiting Joe Palooka's parents on their farm. Plus solo stories featuring Li'l Dot and Humphrey. Little Max's Puzzle Page; Little Max: The Three Bears; Rhymes with Reason; Little Stuff; Comic Puzzlers; Un-Voluntarily Hero; King of the Cowboys; Rumpus; Humphrey Takes to Water; Little Max Goes Visiting; Humphrey: Runnin' Wild; Leminade Party; Li'l Dot's Charity; Little Max's Zoo Quiz. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Little Max (1949) 7
    Published Oct 1950 by Harvey.
  • Issue #8
    Little Max (1949) 8
    Published Dec 1950 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Bill Schreiber and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max is befriended by a Talking Balloon that he rescues. Rags Rabbit performs dangerous stunts to win a photograph contest, but Pesty forgets to put film into his camera. A bully sends Little Max and his friends on a sled-ride they'll never forget. Plus solo stories featuring Humphrey and a vintage Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Run-Away Baby Carriage" by Bill Schreiber. The Friendly Balloon; Beat the Band; Little Max Meets the Farm Animals; Flying High; Rags Rabbit; Humphrey Eats Again!; Ranch Rhymes; Talkin' Turkey; Kite Kapers; The Payoff; It's Auto-matic; Happy Birthday; Little Max Game Page. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Little Max (1949) 9
    Published Feb 1951 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Bill Schreiber and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the fairy tale of Hansel and Gretel. Little Max bakes a cake backwards. Plus solo stories featuring Rags Rabbit and Humphrey. Also featuring a vintage Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie Catches Hi Jackers" by Bill Schreiber. The Story of Max-l and Gretel; Heat Treatment; The Season's the Reason; Bake a Cake; Rags Rabbit: Boomerang; Humphrey: Pipe Him; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; House Painters; Little Max's Make-It Shop; Humphrey: Fight to the Finish; Humphrey: Presidential Puzzle Page. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Little Max (1949) 10
    Published Apr 1951 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Art Helfant and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the fairy tale of the Ugly Duckling. Little Max has a rhyming adventure when he visits the circus. Humphrey builds his Humphreymobile, and shows the reader how to make one too. The Ugly Max-ling; Baby Sitter; Being Friendly Is More Fun; Rumpus; Animal Tamer; Humphrey: The Steamboat Race; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; Fan My Brow; Little Max's Make-It Shop; Dreams That Came True; Humphrey: How Humphrey Built His Own Humphreymobile; Now You Can Build Your Own Junior Humphreymobile! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Little Max (1949) 11
    Published Jun 1951 by Harvey.
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: Scuffing to inner well of case
    • File Copy.
    • Label #0910478017

    Stories and art by Art Helfant and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the fairy tale of Cinderella. Plus solo stories featuring Rags Rabbit and Humphrey. Cinder Max; Ride Em Cowboy; Clean Sweep; Rumpus; Max's Special Games for Little Folks; Humphrey; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; It's Magic; Light Reading; Rags Rabbit. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Little Max (1949) 12
    Published Aug 1951 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Warren Kremer and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the Arabian Nights tale of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. A wishbone presents Max with a moral dilemma. Little Max and Casey find a new money-making idea. Plus solo stories featuring Rags Rabbit and Humphrey. Ali Max and the Forty Thieves; Safety First; Rodeo Riot; Rumpus; Long Range View; Humphrey; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; Monkey Business; Nap Sack; Rags Rabbit: A Tale of a Tail! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Little Max (1949) 13
    Published Oct 1951 by Harvey.

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    Stories and art by Warren Kremer and Al Avison. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the legends of Paul Bunyan. Little Max accidentally pins the tail on a real donkey. Also featuring games for young readers, including a do-it-yourself bowling alley and a Talking Hand. Plus solo stories featuring Rags Rabbit and Humphrey. Target Practice; Rumpus; Game Page; Humphrey; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; Rags Rabbit. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Little Max (1949) 14
    Published Dec 1951 by Harvey.

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    Stories and art by Al Avison and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Humphrey ill-advisedly agrees to let the members of his fan club practice first aid on him. Plus solo stories featuring Rags Rabbit and Little Max. Little Max; Rumpus; Humphrey: Let's Play Doctor; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; Rags Rabbit. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Little Max (1949) 15
    Published Feb 1952 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Warren Kremer and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the story of Alice Through the Looking-Glass, with himself as the Cheshire Cat, in a retelling with fun artwork by Warren Kremer. Humphrey soon regrets agreeing to babysit Baby Gooberfooful. Plus solo stories featuring Rags Rabbit and Little Max. Little Max in Wonderland; Humphrey: Babysitter Jitters; Waisted Energy; Hide and Seek; Cat-Tale; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; Room on Top; Rainy Day Puzzles; Wouldn't It Be Funny?; Little Max Visits Storybook Land. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Little Max (1949) 16
    Published Apr 1952 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Warren Kremer and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Little Max continues his adventures as the hero of famous stories, but this issue features the un-p.c. legend sometimes known as The Boy and the Tigers. Casey wants to bring only one thing to eat while hiking with Little Max, so he brings the biggest vegetable he can find. Max is chosen to be the "piper" for the neighborhood basketball game, but that means he's the only one small enough to crawl into a pipe to get the ball. Plus solo stories featuring Rags Rabbit and Humphrey. Light Lunch; Humphrey: Hot Dip; Game Page; The Mysterious Shadow; Size Isn't Everything; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; On the Beam; The Piper; Wouldn't It Be Funny?; Peter, the Singer; Funny Face. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Little Max (1949) 17
    Published Jun 1952 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Warren Kremer and Al Avison. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Baby Wind takes Little Max and Talking Balloon into outer space, where they help a sky-fairy polish a star and meet the Man-in-the-Moon. Little Max finds a way to deal with a bad hair day. Humphrey and his neighbor John cement their friendship in the most literal way possible. Little Max Visits the Moon; Humphrey: Hole-Y Mess; Hair Raising Problem; Little Max Rhymes with Reason. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Little Max (1949) 18
    Published Aug 1952 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Warren Kremer and Al Avison. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. An annoying dog attaches itself to Little Max, but when the dog catcher shows up, he has to make a choice. Max has to walk four dogs at once, so he ties them to each other. Humphrey helps the proprietor of a flea circus recapture his errant insectoid stars. Plus solo stories featuring Rags Rabbit and Humphrey. Weight and See; Humphrey; Easy Money; End of the World; Case of the Fleeing Flea; Getting His Goat; Puppy Parade; The Inventor; Rags Rabbit. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Little Max (1949) 19
    Published Oct 1952 by Harvey.

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    Cover by Warren Kremer. Stories and art by Warren Kremer and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Joe Palooka decides to put on his own one-man circus for the neighborhood kids, and enlists Little Max to help him out. Little Max offers a buy-one-get-one deal for his shoe-shining business. Plus solo stories featuring Humphrey. Something For Nothing; Humphrey; Little Max Rhymes with Reason. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Little Max (1949) 20
    Published Dec 1952 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Bill Schreiber and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max is befriended by a Talking Balloon that he rescues. Rags Rabbit performs dangerous stunts to win a photograph contest, but Pesty forgets to put film into his camera. A bully sends Little Max and his friends on a sled-ride they'll never forget. Plus solo stories featuring Humphrey. The Friendly Balloon; Beat the Band; Little Max Meets the Farm Animals; Flying High; Rags Rabbit; Humphrey Eats Again!; Ranch Rhymes; Talkin' Turkey; Kite Kapers; The Payoff; It's Auto-matic; Happy Birthday; Presidential Puzzle Page; Little Max Game Page. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Little Max (1949) 21
    Published Feb 1953 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Ham Fisher (credited) and Vic Herman. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Joe Palooka takes Little Max to the zoo to cheer him up, but it doesn't work the way he thought. Max gives Alice a lift on his go-cart. Li'l Dot, yet to develop her Harvey look or her dot-obsession, finds a way to keep playing while having her photograph taken. Fun on Ice; Be Glad You're You; The Hero; Humphrey and the 'Criminuls'; Ready - Aim - Fire; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; Shiver Me Timbers; Li'l Dot Has Her Picture Taken; Horse Sense; Li'l Dot's Strange Appetite; Max-imum Effort. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Little Max (1949) 22
    Published Apr 1953 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Vic Herman and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Joe Palooka takes Max and Alice to the zoo. Little Max gets wrapped up in flypaper accidentally, so he decides to go as a mummy to a costume party. Li'l Dot, yet to develop her Harvey look or her dot-obsession, drapes the dog around her neck to get a fur collar. This is one of the last stories before she was redesigned later that year. Funny Bunny; See Worthy; Water Boy; Humphrey at the Fair; Strictly From Hunger; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; The Funny Mummy; Who's Who at the Zoo; Li'l Dot: Sunday Coat; Little Max Makes Easter Eggs; The Jumping Frog. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Little Max (1949) 23
    Published Jun 1953 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Vic Herman and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Joe Palooka reads the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, and Max dreams himself into the story. Max learns the meaning of generosity when he spends his soda money on his friends. Li'l Dot, yet to develop her Harvey look or her dot-obsession, annoys her father by making noise while he's trying to fish. This is one of the last stories before she was redesigned later that year. Max and the Beanstalk; Little Stuff; Comic Puzzlers; Caught Short; Better to Give; Li'l Dot Stays Home; Humphrey: Buzz Bombed; Fishing Fever; Li'l Dot Goes Fishing; Max-imum Visibility; Side Show; Humphrey to the Rescue; Little Max Puzzle Page. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Little Max (1949) 24
    Published Aug 1953 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Vic Herman and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Little Max imagines himself as the youngest of the Three Bears during Goldilocks's adventure. Plus solo stories featuring Li'l Dot and Humphrey. Also featuring a PSA for air rifle safety featuring Joe Palooka. The Three Bears; Little Max Travel Puzzle; Un-Voluntarily Hero; King of the Cowboys; Little Max's Make-It-Shop; Humphrey Takes to Water; Joe Palooka Helps His Young Friends Start a Safe Air Rifle Club!; Little Max Goes Visiting; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; Runnin' Wild; Holly of Hollywood; Leminade Party; Li'l Dot's Charity; Little Max's Zoo Quiz. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Little Max (1949) 25
    Published Oct 1953 by Harvey.

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    Stories and art by Vic Herman and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the fairy tale of the Three Little Pigs. Plus solo stories featuring Joe Palooka and Humphrey. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Little Max (1949) 26
    Published Dec 1953 by Harvey.
  • Issue #27
    Little Max (1949) 27
    Published Feb 1954 by Harvey.
  • Issue #28
    Little Max (1949) 28
    Published Apr 1954 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Art Helfant and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the fairy tale of Cinderella. Plus solo stories featuring Hector the Director and Humphrey. Cinder Max; Ride Em Cowboy; Clean Sweep; Rumpus; Little Max Says... You Be the Artist; Humphrey and the Ox; Store Gazers; How to Make Your Very Own Paper Whistle; Hector the Director; Humphrey: Knots to You; It's Magic; Light Reading; Little Max's Make It Shop. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Little Max (1949) 29
    Published Jun 1954 by Harvey.
  • Issue #30
    Little Max (1949) 30
    Published Aug 1954 by Harvey.

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  • Issue #31
    Little Max (1949) 31
    Published Oct 1954 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Art Helfant and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the fairy tale of Little Red Riding Hood while Joe Palooka reads to him. Joe takes Max and Alice to the carnival, where Max isn't sure if the "Fun House" is really all that fun. Humphrey ill-advisedly agrees to let the members of his fan club practice first aid on him. Max-imum Visibility; Little Max in Little Red Riding Hood; Chicken Soup; Rumpus; Sweet Treat; Soda Sale; Just for Laughs; Secret Formula; Hector the Director; Humphrey: Let's Play Doctor; How to Make Your Very Own Talking Hand; The Brush Off; Little Max's Zoo Quiz; Circus Quiz. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Little Max (1949) 32
    Published Dec 1954 by Harvey.
  • Issue #33
    Little Max (1949) 33
    Published Feb 1955 by Harvey.

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    Stories and art by Warren Kremer and Al Avison. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Baby Wind takes Little Max and Talking Balloon into outer space, where they help a sky-fairy polish a star and meet the Man-in-the-Moon. Joe reads Max's fairy story about a boy and his magic backpack. A girl and her brother win a pet skunk in a raffle. Little Max Visits the Moon; Strictly For The Birds; Humphrey: All Wet; A New Weapon; Wouldn't It Be Funny!; The Magic Knapsack; Pen Pals Puzzles; Humphrey: Destruction Job; Humphrey: Hole-Y Mess; Not So Lucky; Little Max Rhymes with Reason. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Little Max (1949) 34
    Published Apr 1955 by Harvey.
    • 1" spine split from top.
  • Issue #35
    Little Max (1949) 35
    Published Jun 1955 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Warren Kremer and Al Avison. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. An annoying dog attaches itself to Little Max, but when the dog catcher shows up, he has to make a choice. Max has to walk four dogs at once, so he ties them to each other. Humphrey helps the proprietor of a flea circus recapture his errant insectoid stars. Plus solo stories featuring Rags Rabbit and Humphrey. Weight and See; Humphrey: Easy Money; End of the World; Wouldn't It Be Funny; Tea Party; Humphrey: Case of the Fleeing Flea; Humphrey: Getting His Goat; Puzzle Party; The Magic Spectacles; Vanishing Cream; Puppy Parade; The Inventor. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Little Max (1949) 36
    Published Aug 1955 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Warren Kremer and Al Avison. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Little Max gives new meaning to counting sheep when you can't sleep. Humphrey digs a new well after drinking the old one dry. Sleepy-Time Gal; Good Skate; Tricky Television; Nobody's Nickel; Shoeshine Boy; Humphrey: Well Well Well; Humphrey's Joggerfy Quiz; The Show Must Go On; Brain Storm in the Rain; A Poem for Alice. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Little Max (1949) 37
    Published Oct 1955 by Harvey.

    Cover by Al Avison (credited as Ham Fisher). Stories and art by Ham Fisher (credited), Mo Leff, Warren Kremer, Al Avison and Vic Herman. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Little Max makes like Michelangelo when he carves a bust of Joe Palooka out of soap. Little Max gets the better of his math class. Circus Daze; The Uninvited Guest; The Genius; Humphrey Wins a Prize; Clown Capers; Rhymes of Reason; The Unlucky Cat; Long Range View; Clownin' Around; Little Max's Cooling System; The Cut-Up. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Little Max (1949) 38
    Published Dec 1955 by Harvey.
    Auction opens June 1

    Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Rags Rabbit performs dangerous stunts to win a photograph contest, but Pesty forgets to put film into his camera. A bully sends Little Max and his friends on a sled-ride they'll never forget. Plus solo stories featuring Humphrey. The Friendly Balloon; Beat the Band; Little Max Meets the Farm Animals; Flying High; Rags Rabbit; Humphrey Eats Again!; Ranch Rhymes; Talkin' Turkey; Kite Kapers; The Payoff; It's Auto-matic; Happy Birthday; Little Max Game Page. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Little Max (1949) 39
    Published Feb 1956 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Ham Fisher (credited) and Vic Herman. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Joe Palooka takes Max and Alice to the zoo. Little Max gets wrapped up in flypaper accidentally, so he decides to go as a mummy to a costume party. Li'l Dot, yet to develop her Harvey look or her dot-obsession, drapes the dog around her neck to get a fur collar. Fun on Ice; Be Glad You're You; The Hero; Humphrey and the 'Criminuls'; Ready - Aim - Fire; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; Shiver Me Timbers; Li'l Dot Has Her Picture Taken; Horse Sense; Li'l Dot's Strange Appetite; Max-imum Effort. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Little Max (1949) 40
    Published Apr 1956 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Vic Herman and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Little Max dresses as the Easter Bunny and helps Alice with the egg hunt. Max finds a way to see through his umbrella. Casey and Little Max get jobs watering the animals at the circus, but Max gets stuck with the camels. Funny Bunny; See Worthy; Water Boy; The U.S.S. Humphrey; Humphrey: Strictly From Hunger; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; The Funny Mummy; Babysitter Jitters; Waisted Energy; Fishin'. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Little Max (1949) 41
    Published Jun 1956 by Harvey.
  • Issue #42
    Little Max (1949) 42
    Published Aug 1956 by Harvey.

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    Stories and art by Ted Shearer and Art Helfant. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Little Max imagines himself as the youngest of the Three Bears during Goldilocks's adventure. Max can't afford a cowboy outfit like his friends, but he finds a way to become a real cowboy anyway. Max and Alice have adventures while visiting Joe Palooka's parents on their farm. Plus solo stories featuring Humphrey. The Shadow; The Three Bears; Rhymes with Reason; The 'Criminuls'; Un-Voluntarily Hero; King of the Cowboys; Humphrey: Nap-Sack; Little Max Goes Visiting; Humphrey: Runnin' Wild; Leminade Party; Humphrey's Party Quiz; Little Max's Zoo Quiz. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Little Max (1949) 43
    Published Oct 1956 by Harvey.

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    Cover by Warren Kremer. Stories and art by Vic Herman and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the fairy tale of the Three Little Pigs. Plus solo stories featuring Joe Palooka and Humphrey. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Little Max (1949) 44
    Published Dec 1956 by Harvey.
    • 1 /4" Cumulative spine split.

    Cover by Warren Kremer. Stories and art by Bill Schreiber and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the fairy tale of Hansel and Gretel. Little Max bakes a cake backwards. Plus solo stories featuring Humphrey. The Story of Max-l and Gretel; Heat Treatment; The Season's the Reason; Bake a Cake; Humphrey: Pipe Him; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; House Painters; Thircus; Humphrey: Fight to the Finish. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Little Max (1949) 45
    Published Feb 1957 by Harvey.

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    Stories and art by Art Helfant and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the fairy tale of the Ugly Duckling. Max has a rhyming adventure when he visits the circus. Humphrey builds his Humphreymobile. The Ugly Max-ling; Baby Sitter; Being Friendly Is More Fun; Rumpus; Animal Trainer; Humphrey: The Steamboat Race; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; Fan My Brow; Little Max's Make-It Shop; Humphrey: How Humphrey Built His Own Humphreymobile; Humphrey: Spring Cleaning; The Magic Carrots. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    Little Max (1949) 46
    Published Apr 1957 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Warren Kremer and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the Arabian Nights tale of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. A wishbone presents Max with a moral dilemma. Little Max and Casey find a new money-making idea. Plus solo stories featuring Humphrey. Ali Max and the Forty Thieves; Safety First; Rodeo Riot; Rumpus; Long Range View; Humphrey; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; Monkey Business; Nap Sack. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Little Max (1949) 47
    Published Jun 1957 by Harvey.

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    Stories and art by Warren Kremer and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the Arabian Nights tale of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. A wishbone presents Max with a moral dilemma. Little Max and Casey find a new money-making idea. Plus solo stories featuring Humphrey. Ali Max and the Forty Thieves; Safety First; Rodeo Riot; Rumpus; Long Range View; Humphrey; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; Monkey Business; Nap Sack. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #48
    Little Max (1949) 48
    Published Aug 1957 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Warren Kremer and Al Avison. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the legends of Paul Bunyan. Little Max accidentally pins the tail on a real donkey. Also featuring games for young readers, including a do-it-yourself bowling alley and a Talking Hand. Plus solo stories featuring Hector the Director and Humphrey. Big Max; Clothes Call; High Sign; Ol' Doc Max; Surprise Game; Target Practice; Rumpus; Game Page; Humphrey; Little Max Rhymes with Reason; Hector the Director. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    Little Max (1949) 49
    Published Oct 1957 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Art Helfant and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the fairy tale of Little Red Riding Hood while Joe Palooka reads to him. Joe takes Max and Alice to the carnival, where Max isn't sure if the "Fun House" is really all that fun. Humphrey ill-advisedly agrees to let the members of his fan club practice first aid on him. Max-imum Visibility; Little Max in Little Red Riding Hood; Chicken Soup; Rumpus; Sweet Treat; Soda Sale; Just for Laughs; Secret Formula; Hector the Director; Humphrey: Let's Play Doctor; How to Make Your Very Own Talking Hand; The Brush Off; Little Max's Zoo Quiz; Circus Quiz. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #50
    Little Max (1949) 50
    Published Dec 1957 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Warren Kremer and others. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Max dreams himself into the story of Alice Through the Looking-Glass, with himself as the Cheshire Cat, in a retelling with fun artwork by Warren Kremer. Humphrey soon regrets agreeing to babysit Baby Gooberfooful. Plus solo stories featuring Rags Rabbit and Little Max. Plus solo stories featuring Rags Rabbit and Little Max. Little Max Meets Alice in Wonderland; Humphrey: Babysitter Jitters; Waisted Energy; Hide and Seek; Cat-Tale; The U.S.S. Humphrey; Puppy Parade; Rainy Day Puzzles; Wouldn't It Be Funny?; Fishin'. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.