Mighty Bear (1957 Four-Star) comic books
Stories and art by Al Fago and others. Kids' comics from Ajax-Farrell. Neddy finds out why his mother cautioned him not to go into the Black Forest. Spunky enters a swimming contest. Bill and Koo go camping. Amusing cover suggests Mighty Bear gets drunk on honey. Spunky; Neddy; Fatty Pig's Beans; Dopsy Durvy; Jokes; Bill and Koo. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.
Stories and art by Al Fago, E. J. Reeves and Mickey Klar Marks. Kids' comics from Ajax-Farrell. Mighty Bear encounters an elf, as well as the Devil himself. Spunky sets out to do as little work as possible. Kittens Tack and Toe can't find Tick. Spunky; Mighty Bear; Waldo's Frog; Tick, Tack and Toe. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.
Stories and art by Ted Willis and Harold Abbey. Kids' comics from Ajax-Farrell. Mighty Bear tries to help Betsy Bear cure her hiccups by taking her to a haunted house. Penguin Icicle Ike gets a new camera and decides he wants to be a news photographer. Since Pidgy's Magic Paint can paint anything, Bobby has him paint a made-up word, and the result is a nameless nightmare. Mighty Bear and the Flying Ghost!; Icicle Ike: Smile for the Birdie!; The Lil Pan Band; The Amazing Artist!; Home, Sweet Home! Final issue under this title; numbering continues with Mighty Ghost (1958) #4. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.