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Muggy-Doo, Boy Cat (1953 Stanhall) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Muggy-Doo, Boy Cat (1953 Stanhall) 1

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    Stories by Hal Seeger. The oddly named Muggy-Doo is a junkyard cat and a junk peddler by trade, but a con artist by inclination. Osh, a hound-dog in a fez, gets double-pranked by Muggy-Doo when the cat floods his house, then masquerades as a plumber. Muggy-Doo sets out to swindle Orry Orangutan, snake-oil salesman style, by creating problems for the ape and then selling him the solutions. Doc helps Osh escape the evil grip of Voodoo Vermin. Muggy-Doo and Osh; Elmer the Elk and Junior; Muggy-Doo and Orry Orangutan; Osh and Voodoo Vermin; Georgie Giraffe: Master Snoop; The Big Fight. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Muggy-Doo, Boy Cat (1953 Stanhall) 2

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    Stories by Hal Seeger. The oddly named Muggy-Doo is a junkyard cat and a junk peddler by trade, but a con artist by inclination. While trying to deliver a new dress, messenger pig Stuffy Derma accidentally wraps and delivers himself instead. Then he has to endure the red tape as the little girl tries to return him to the store. Stuffy Derma: Shipped Ahoy; Muggy-Doo. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Muggy-Doo, Boy Cat (1953 Stanhall) 3

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    Stories by Hal Seeger. The oddly named Muggy-Doo is a junkyard cat and a junk peddler by trade, but a con artist by inclination. When Osh the fez-wearing hound starts sleepwalking, Muggy-Doo offers him psychiatric services, even though the Boy Cat is only a junk dealer. Elmer Elk beats up a burglar breaking into his house, but then worries about liability. Orry Orangutan takes over while the sheriff goes fishing, and gets a threatening note from an outlaw out for revenge. Stuffy Derma: The Poor Fish; Muggy-Doo: The Sleepwalker; Elmer the Elk; Orry Orangutan; Georgie - the Perfect!; Osh; Boomerang. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Muggy-Doo, Boy Cat (1953 Stanhall) 4
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($2.97) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #3744745014

    Cover by Irv Spector. Stories by Hal Seeger. Art by Irv Spector. The oddly named Muggy-Doo is a junkyard cat and a junk peddler by trade, but a con artist by inclination. When Osh the fez-wearing hound comes into some cash, Muggy-Doo tries everything he can think of to swindle him out of it. Muggy-Doo is the one getting swindled, for once, when he decides to go into showbiz. Orry Orangutan tells the girls about the time he faced down a lion. The Persistent Pest; Stuffy Derma: Life of the Party; Boy Star; Elmer the Elk; Orry Orangutan; Georgie Giraffe: Big Businessman; The Big Jewel Robbery. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.