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Animal Fair (1946 Fawcett) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Animal Fair (1946 Fawcett) 1

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    Stories and art by Bill Brady and others. Funny-animal comics from Fawcett, featuring delightful covers and an assortment of original characters. Freckles, a leopard in medieval times, reveals how he was transformed from a bullied nerd into the heroic knight Sir Spot, the Lion-Hearted Leopard. "The Cub Reporter" (a bear cub in a diaper) tails Inspector Bloodhound as he investigates who's robbing the flower shops. Goat con man "Kid Gloves" smuggles himself into South America inside a bunch of bananas, but soon he's up to his old tricks. Plus a vintage ad for Captain Marvel merch, including a Capt. Marvel statuette, Mary Marvel pin, and Jughead-style Captain Marvel hat. Captain Marvel Bunny appears on the cover (where he seems pretty chummy with rogue Kid Gloves), but not in the comic. Sir Spot: A Knight Is Born; Chippy Chipmunk Doesn't Give a Hoot About Mrs. Owl!; Colonel Walrus and Snazzy the Snail: A Sharp Act; Droopy the Ant Bear and Reddy Fox: A Killer-Diller Joke; How the Starlings Won Their Place; Battling Bantam: The Traveling Salesman; The Cub Reporter Soft-Pedals a Budding Crook; Kid Gloves: Bad Will Ambassador. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Animal Fair (1946 Fawcett) 2

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    Stories and art by Bill Brady and John Messmann. Funny-animal comics from Fawcett, featuring delightful covers and an assortment of original characters. Freckles stumbles on a plot to overthrow the feudal landowner Duke Dragon, and must transform into his secret identity, the heroic knight Sir Spot. Tuck Sedo's prank on a torch singer manages to foil a holdup gang. Goat con man "Kid Gloves" tricks his way into South American high society as concert pianist Kid Keys. Plus a vintage ad for Captain Marvel and Fawcett Comics merch. Sir Spot: A Tyrant's End; Chippy Chipmunk Goes to the Movies; Colonel Walrus and Snazzy the Snail: All Wet; Sloppy the Pig: Gets It in the Neck; The Cub Reporter; Brain-Twisters; Chippy Chipmunk: Prize Winner; County Fair; Droopy the Ant Bear and Reddy Fox: Oils Well; Color-Me-Up-Puzzle Page; Kid Gloves; Chippy Chipmunk Is a Good Mixer; Battling Bantam Meets Tom Katt; Tuck Sedo the Penguin Playboy. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $99 Animal Fair #2 1946-Fawcett-umbrella cover-nice spine- Damaged

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  • Issue #3
    Animal Fair (1946 Fawcett) 3

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    Stories and art by Bill Brady and John Messmann. Funny-animal comics from Fawcett, featuring delightful covers and an assortment of original characters. Freckles is mistaken for a bandit by a gang seeking new recruits, and cannot transform into his secret identity, the heroic knight Sir Spot. The Cub Reporter is sent to cover a high-society party and investigates the disappearance of a diamond tiara. Goat con man "Kid Gloves" escapes from prison, but he can't elude his South American nemesis, Inspector Cheechee (a toucan). Plus a vintage ad for Captain Marvel and Fawcett Comics merch. Sir Spot: Caravan of Evil; Chippy Chipmunk: Sign of the Times; The Cub Reporter High Tops a Story; Sammy's Inheritance; Sloppy the Pig: Spots Before His Eyes; Droopy the Ant Bear and Reddy Fox: Railroaded; Battling Bantam: A Tough Egg; Colonel Walrus and Snazzy the Snail: Duel Personality; Tuck Sedo the Penguin Playboy: A Not-So-Practical Practical Joker; Kid Gloves. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Animal Fair (1946 Fawcett) 4

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    Stories and art by Bill Brady and John Messmann. Funny-animal comics from Fawcett, featuring delightful covers and an assortment of original characters. Freckles seeks shelter at a strange haunted castle, and must transform into his secret identity, the heroic knight Sir Spot. Tuck Sedo's latest practical joke is itching powder, but the more you use, the less fun it gets. Goat con man "Kid Gloves" escapes from a South American prison, only to become a virtual prisoner of a rat who knows he's a fugitive. Plus a vintage PSA for fire safety featuring an early Smokey the Bear. Sir Spot: The Haunted Castle; Chippy Chipmunk: One for the Books; Droopy the Ant Bear and Reddy Fox: Reel Fun; The Cub Reporter Cooks a Goose; The Winner; Sloppy the Pig Gets a Surprise; Battling Bantam Crows His Odds; Kid Gloves: The Rat Got the Cheese; Colonel Walrus and Snazzy the Snail; Tuck Sedo the Penguin Playboy Itches For Action. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Animal Fair (1946 Fawcett) 5

    Stories and art by Bill Brady and John Messmann. Funny-animal comics from Fawcett, featuring delightful covers and an assortment of original characters. Freckles becomes the heroic knight Sir Spot, the Lion-Hearted Leopard, to battle the Blade, an alligator pirate. Tuck Sedo throws a party for all of his wealthy friends, but they're just the victims of his latest practical jokes. Goat con man "Kid Gloves" takes advantage of a South American real estate boom, but Inspector Cheechee sets a trap. Sir Spot Meets the Blade; Chippy Chipmunk: Soul of Generosity; The Cub Reporter: Cubby Gets the Bear Facts; Sloppy the Pig: Hard to Tackle; Droopy the Ant Bear and Reddy Fox: Droopy's First Aid Station; Chippy Chipmunk Gets the Proper Treatment; Mrs. Chipmunk's Umbrella; Battling Bantam Is Taken for a Hayride; Kid Gloves: A Bad Lot; Colonel Walrus and Snazzy the Snail: Speed Demon; Tuck Sedo the Penguin Playboy: He Pays For It. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Animal Fair (1946 Fawcett) 6

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    Funny-animal comics from Fawcett, featuring delightful covers and an assortment of original characters. Sir Spot, the heroic knight and master swordsleopard, meets his match: the tiger knight Sir Stripe. The Cub Reporter follows Inspector Bloodhound as he investigates a murder in the theater. Goat con man "Kid Gloves," newly released from a South American prison, plots a gold swindle where there isn't any gold. Plus a vintage ad for Captain Marvel merch, including a Capt. Marvel statuette, Mary Marvel pin, and glow-in-the-dark character posters ("The newest thing out! Everybody's raving about them!"). Sir Spot Vs. Sir Stripe; Sloppy the Pig: About Face; The Cub Reporter: Evil Daggers; Droopy the Ant Bear and Reddy Fox: No Place Like Home; Brother Troll; Battling Bantam: A Gentleman of Sorts; Colonel Walrus and Snazzy the Snail: Wrong Way Walrus; Tuck Sedo the Penguin Playboy: Trouble Maker; Kid Gloves: A Goat For Trouble. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Animal Fair (1946 Fawcett) 7

    Funny-animal comics from Fawcett, featuring delightful covers and an assortment of original characters. Sir Spot, the heroic knight, in his secret identity of Freckles the poet, is mistaken for the sinister leopard bowman known as The Arrow. While visiting the Ozarks, Tuck Sedo decides to re-ignite an old hillbilly feud as his latest practical joke. Goat con man "Kid Gloves" gets the concessions at a South American soccer game, a chance to swindle an entire stadium at once. Sir Spot: The Arrow Duel; Sloppy the Pig: Gets His Just Award; The Cub Reporter: Steam Up a Clue; Droopy the Ant Bear and Reddy Fox: Booked In; Brother Troll, Chapter II; Battling Bantam Puffs Out; Chippy Chipmunk Scares Up a Present; Colonel Walrus and Snazzy the Snail: True To Form; Tuck Sedo the Penguin Playboy: Tuck Sedo Goes A Feuding; Kid Gloves: Gets Battered Up; Chippy Chipmunk. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Animal Fair (1946 Fawcett) 8

    Stories and art by Bill Brady and John Adler. Funny-animal comics from Fawcett, featuring delightful covers and an assortment of original characters. Sir Spot, the heroic knight with a secret identity, is in for trouble when an imposter Sir Spot appears on the scene. Sloppy the Pig determines to be neat and tidy for once, but then he has a chance to put his coat down over a mud puddle for a lady to cross. The Cub Reporter follows Inspector Bulldog as he hunts down a pyromaniac. Sir Spot Steps Forth; Sloppy the Pig: A Dirty Deal; The Cub Reporter: Cubby's Wits Bear Up; Droopy the Ant Bear and Reddy Fox: Initiation To Danger; Brother Troll, Chapter III: The Spinachy Person; Battling Bantam: Party to a Crime; Chippy Chipmunk on the Right Track; Colonel Walrus and Snazzy the Snail: The Colonel Thrives on Air; Tuck Sedo the Penguin Playboy: Tuck Sedo Bags a Rattler; Kid Gloves: Banked In; Chippy Chipmunk. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Animal Fair (1946 Fawcett) 9
    • Interior is complete. Extensive accumulation of defects.

    Stories and art by Bill Brady and John Adler. Funny-animal comics from Fawcett, featuring delightful covers and an assortment of original characters. Sir Spot, the heroic knight, responds to a cry for help from the Valley of the Mists and ends up facing a dragon. Colonel Walrus brags to the townspeople about his prowess as a firefighter, going back to the Burning of Rome. The Cub Reporter follows Inspector Bulldog as he seeks the stolen Kahootchie Diamond and gets in the middle of an aerial dogfight. Sir Spot: Valley of the Mists; Sloppy the Pig: Nothing to Laugh At; The Cub Reporter: Story in the Clouds; Droopy the Ant Bear and Reddy Fox: Submerged Brain; Brother Troll, Chapter IV: The Glorious Squidge; Battling Bantam: Steers into Trouble; Chippy Chipmunk Acts Up; Colonel Walrus and Snazzy the Snail: Fires His Own Fire; Tuck Sedo the Penguin Playboy: Diamond in the Rough; Kid Gloves: Room for Improvement; Chippy Chipmunk Extends an Invitation. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $20 Animal Fair # 9 Hula Hoop Cover Fawcett Publications 1946

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  • Issue #10
    Animal Fair (1946 Fawcett) 10

    Stories and art by Bill Brady and John Adler. Funny-animal comics from Fawcett, featuring delightful covers and an assortment of original characters. , Freckles the leopard poet is abducted to Arabia by slavers, but they don't know that he's secretly Sir Spot, the heroic knight. Reddy Fox convinces his friend Droopy that he's visiting scientist Professor Bigwig. Escaped con man Kid Gloves disguises himself as artist Alberto Fresco to elude capture. Sir Spot: Knight in Arabia; Sloppy the Pig Won't Play; The Cub Reporter: Safety Pin Blowouts; Droopy the Ant Bear and Reddy Fox: The Perfect Host; Brother Troll: Introducing Morris Mouse; Battling Bantam: Master Maestro; Chippy Chipmunk Sinks His Teeth Into It; Colonel Walrus and Snazzy the Snail: Colonel Walrus Tees Off; Tuck Sedo the Penguin Playboy: Worker for a Day; Kid Gloves: Escape Artist. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Animal Fair (1946 Fawcett) 11

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    Funny-animal comics from Fawcett, featuring delightful covers and an assortment of original characters. Sir Spot, the heroic knight encounters King Clarence, the biggest coward in the world... except that someone really IS out to get him. Mac Mule consults psychiatrist Dr. Hoot about Battling Bantam's uncontrollable rages. The Cub Reporter tails Inspector Bloodhound as he guards a shipment of gold bullion. Sir Spot Meets the Cowardly King; Sloppy the Pig: In a Muddle; The Cub Reporter: Pin-Up Boy!; Droopy the Ant Bear and Reddy Fox: Buried Treasured Brain; Brother Troll: The Mystery of the Wasp's Nest; Battling Bantam: Dressed to Kill; Chippy Chipmunk: Hide and Seek; Colonel Walrus and Snazzy the Snail: The Modern Paul Bunyan; Tuck Sedo the Penguin Playboy: Reeled Off; Kid Gloves: A Fast Clip. Final issue of the series. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.