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Rags Rabbit (1951) comic books

  • Issue #11
    Rags Rabbit (1951) 11
    Published Jun 1951 by Harvey.

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    Numbering continues from Babe Ruth Sports Comics (1949) #10. Early funny-animal comics from Harvey, featuring breakout star Rags Rabbit, a precursor to Harvey's line of kid's comics. Pesty thinks Rags is just showing off his kite-flying ability, but actually the kite is stuck on an airplane's landing gear. Rags tries to convince Pesty taking a bath is fun, and succeeds too well. A retelling of the classic Indian folk tale "The Tiger, the Brahmin and the Jackal." Rags Rabbit; Meet Rags Rabbit and His Kid Brother Pesty; The Tiger and the Snail. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Rags Rabbit (1951) 12
    Published Aug 1951 by Harvey.

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    Stories and art by Marty Taras and others. Early funny-animal comics from Harvey, featuring breakout star Rags Rabbit, a precursor to Harvey's line of kid's comics. Rags and Pesty take a plane for a test flight and unwittingly foil hijackers. Rags Rabbit and Pesty encounter crooks during a speedboat race. Rags shows readers how to make a lion out of a paper bag, and a racing-rabbit game. Riding the Waves; The Detective; Test Pilot; Flip, the Dog Nobody Wanted; Rags Rabbits Work Shop. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Rags Rabbit (1951) 13
    Published Oct 1951 by Harvey.

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    Cover by Marty Taras. Stories and art by Marty Taras and others. Early funny-animal comics from Harvey, featuring breakout star Rags Rabbit, a precursor to Harvey's line of kid's comics. Pirate Captain Cook is more a cook than a captain, and Rags is on his menu, in a story featuring a one-page "Treasure Hunt" map. Rags Rabbit's luck goes from bad to worse. Plus games readers can play with a penny, including a race and a "story tree." Cook's Treasure; Treasure Hunt; Wise Guy; Your Own Side Show; Nutty Squirrel; Rags Rabbit Turtle & Rabbit Race; Not So Bad Luck; The Tough Dandelion; Pat Pigeon; Buddy Beaver; The Lazy Oyster; Blimpy. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Rags Rabbit (1951) 14
    Published 1951 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Marty Taras and others. Early funny-animal comics from Harvey, featuring breakout star Rags Rabbit, a precursor to Harvey's line of kid's comics. Rags gets an unpleasant surprise when he tosses his boomerang - and so does his next-door neighbor, a gorilla. Sheriff Pop Gunn tracks down kidnappers on his mechanical steed. Circus animals and clowns star in a rhyming story. Woodwork; Clownin' Around; Fun at the Zoo; Boomerang; A Tale of Tail; Rags Rabbit; Sheriff Pop Gunn; Buddy Beaver; The Lazy Oyster; Blimpy. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Rags Rabbit (1951) 15
    Published Sep 1952 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Marty Taras and Steve Muffatti. Early funny-animal comics from Harvey, featuring breakout star Rags Rabbit, a precursor to Harvey's line of kid's comics. Little Dot gets out the scissors when her mother asks for help with a patchwork quilt. This issue features the first appearance of Harvey's redesigned, dot-obsessed Little Dot, the same month as Little Dot (1953 1st Series) #1. Rags is the hero of the beach in a story strongly similar to all those bodybuilder "sand in the face" ads. Also featuring a note from the publisher, Alfred Harvey, on the new Harvey "H" logo, which remained for another 30 years. Rags Rabbit: Auto Mech-Maniac; Tongue-Tied; Little Dot; Rags Rabbit: Bear Facts; Rags Rabbit: Musclin In; The Door; Nutty Squirrel: Carnival Fun; Comic Puzzlers. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Rags Rabbit (1951) 16
    Published Nov 1953 by Harvey.

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    Cover by Warren Kremer. Stories and art by Marty Taras and others. Early funny-animal comics from Harvey, featuring breakout star Rags Rabbit, a precursor to Harvey's line of kid's comics. When they miss the circus, Rags puts on his own show for his brothers. Rags tells the kids about his musical past, and how he lured rats out of the kingdom with his music. Night watchman Shaggy fails to catch a burglar as he raids the whole house. Circus Shenanigans; The Brave Cat; Pesty and Jesty: Sow Sow; Music Hath Charms; Surprise Party; Vacation Trouble; Pesty and Jesty: 3-D or Not 3-D; Shaggy: The Watchman. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Rags Rabbit (1951) 17
    Published Jan 1954 by Harvey.

    Stories and art by Marty Taras and Steve Muffatti. Early funny-animal comics from Harvey, featuring breakout star Rags Rabbit, a precursor to Harvey's line of kid's comics. Rags brags about his boxing days, until someone actually challenges him to a fight. Screwy Squirrel thinks he's found a bargain on a used car. Pesty and Jesty try to outdo each other at ice fishing. Rags Rabbit: Skating School; Big Deal; Pesty and Jesty: Snow Use; Rags Rabbit: The Fighting Chump; Pesty and Jesty: The Martian Monster; Big Deal; Sweatering It Out; Pesty and Jesty: Fish Bowl; Shaggy: Help Wanted. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Rags Rabbit (1951) 18
    Published Mar 1954 by Harvey.

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    Stories and art by Marty Taras and Steve Muffatti. Early funny-animal comics from Harvey, featuring breakout star Rags Rabbit, a precursor to Harvey's line of kid's comics. Pesty and Jesty ask Rags to judge their snowman-building contest, but he didn't count on a snowball attack. A salesman keeps interrupting Rags's nap. Shaggy gets fired from his dishwasher job at a fancy restaurant, but ends up eating there all the same. Rags Rabbit with Pesty and Jesty; Ice Scream; Sun Daze; Pesty and Jesty: Arty Antics, No Sale, Yard Birds; Rags Rabbit Tells a Fish Story; Dizzy Beaver; Shaggy: Dollar Daze. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.