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Comic books 1970-1985

  • Issue #13
    Aztec Ace (1984 Eclipse) 13
  • Issue #14
    Aztec Ace (1984 Eclipse) 14
  • Issue #15
    Aztec Ace (1984 Eclipse) 15
  • Issue #87
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956-1972 Harvey) 87

    A gigantic duckling toddler with strength to match, well-meaning Huey creates slapstick havoc wherever he goes. A chilly Papa asks Huey to gather some firewood, but he should have been more specific. Katnip activates a robot to catch Herman and the mice, but cats aren't great at computer programming. A Duck in Space; The Orfink; Playthings; The Discovery of Duckville; Monkey Mischief; Friendship; Rocket Racket; The Magic Stick; The Downstairs People; The Play Pen; The Long Climb; Save Our Town; Herman and Katnip: The Rockin Robot. 68 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #88
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956-1972 Harvey) 88

    A gigantic duckling toddler with strength to match, well-meaning Huey creates slapstick havoc wherever he goes. Huey thinks a tree is talking to him, but it's really another plot by the Fox. Papa and Mama try to teach Huey good manners. Huey thinks he's met the moon people. Ready or Not; Trick or Treat; Ice Boat; Birthday Gift; Champions; Hold that Tiger; The Talking Tree; Ettycut; The Moon People; Moonshine; Pic-Nicked; Herman and Katnip: A Work of Art. 68 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #89
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956-1972 Harvey) 89

    A gigantic duckling toddler with strength to match, well-meaning Huey creates slapstick havoc wherever he goes. Huey inadvertently gets caught between a witch, "thought spray," and wanted criminal Slippery Drake. Katnip thinks he's caught Herman with the vacuum cleaner, but his obsession with cleanliness proves to be his downfall. The Toy; The Winner; Wonder Boy; Buzzy Fools a Fox; Terrible Tiger; Trial by In-Jury; The Spy; The Thought Freezer; The Worm Will Squirm; Brief Adventure; The Sulky Lamppost; Herman and Katnip: Come Clean. 68 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #90
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956-1972 Harvey) 90

    A gigantic duckling toddler with strength to match, well-meaning Huey creates slapstick havoc wherever he goes. The Fox thinks he can finally catch Huey by pretending to be his baby-sitter, a job with a high turnover rate. Katnip tries to use magic to snare Herman the mouse. The Baby Sitter; What Makes Em Move?; The Ice Cream Caper; The Rotten Horse; Around the World: The Rio Story; Its Magic; Baby Huey and Henry the Duck; Barnyard Party; Blackbeard; New Brother; What Did He Say?; Herman and Katnip: The Enemy. 68 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #91
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956-1972 Harvey) 91

    A gigantic duckling toddler with strength to match, well-meaning Huey creates slapstick havoc wherever he goes. Huey's so strong, he doesn't need a pole for pole vaulting. Huey enters the Klever Kid Kontest, despite Papa's misgivings. Rainy Day; The Porkable TV; Herman and Katnip: A House for Katnip; The Klever Kid Kontest; Appreciation; Follow the Leader; The Big Switch; Baby Huey and Grandpa Duck; Baby Huey and Gladys; Baby Huey and the Devil Duck; Sales Talk; Truce Story; Herman and Katnip: The Talking Fool. 68 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #93
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956-1972 Harvey) 93

    A gigantic duckling toddler with strength to match, well-meaning Huey creates slapstick havoc wherever he goes. As if Huey wasn't enough for Papa to deal with, a witch brings Huey's teddy bear to life. Cousin Dimwit's new robot runs amuck in the city. Baby Huey and the Teddy Bear; The Richducks; Snow Birds; The Fun Monster; The Present; The Sulky Lamppost; Herman and Katnip: Scaredy Cat; The Christmas Ghost; Thats the Spirit; Big-Hearted Tytewaddle; Not So Simple Simon; Curious Cat; Herman and Katnip: The Wise Guy Cat. 68 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #94
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956-1972 Harvey) 94

    A gigantic duckling toddler with strength to match, well-meaning Huey creates slapstick havoc wherever he goes. With his new construction set, Huey builds a robot that's even more powerful than he is. Papa sees dollar signs and tries to sell the robot to the Duckland military. Cousin Dimwit and Huey accidentally ride an automatic vacuum cleaner on an epic cross-country journey. The mice trick Katnip into thinking he's a Western movie star. Cousin Quacko; Clothes Make the Duck; Reducing; The Unknown Hero; Toby Turtle; On the Job; The Constructo Man; Dimwit Strikes it Rich; The Two Kittens; A Pair of Shoes; The Wall; Herman and Katnip: Shootout. 68 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #95
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956-1972 Harvey) 95
    • 3" Cumulative spine split. Water damage.

    Untitled story; Baby Huey walks a tightrope. Untitled story; Baby Huey uses a telephone pole to play baseball. "Black Gold"; Cousin Dimwit strikes oil on his land. "Now You See It, Now You Don't"; Cousin Dimwit's oil well turns out to be drilled into another company's oil pipeline. "April Fool"; Papa's April Fool joke on Cousin Dimwit backfires. "The Fantastic Teddy Bear"; Cousin Dimwit has invented a special teddy bear and gives it to Baby Huey to test. "Man, Dig That Rich Cat"; Herman and his mice friends trick Katnip into thinking he has inherited a billion dollars. Untitled Buzzy the Funny Crow story; Buzzy poses as a detective to trick the cat. "The Gang"; Baby Huey and Cousin Dimwit hear that criminals have stolen all the ice cream and they go out looking for them. "What Happens to Bad Guys"; Baby Huey and Cousin Dimwit recruit other kids to help them raid the warehouse that contains all the stolen ice cream. "The Secretary"; Papa's boss needs a secretary and Baby Huey wants the job. "The Brain"; Katnip's cousin Clevah Braneycat comes for a visit and to show Katnip how to catch mice. 68 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #96
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956-1972 Harvey) 96

    A gigantic duckling toddler with strength to match, well-meaning Huey creates slapstick havoc wherever he goes. Huey goes camping with the Duckscouts, but they shouldn't have asked him to raise the flag. Mama tries to sing Huey to sleep, but he'd rather hear Papa's bedtime stories about pirates. The Baby Parade; Baby Huey and His Great Treasure; Rock-a-bye Baby; For the Birds; A Real Game Kid; The Little Red Spots; Herman and Katnip: The Magic Violin. 52 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #97
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956-1972 Harvey) 97

    Cover by Warren Kremer. A gigantic duckling toddler with strength to match, well-meaning Huey creates slapstick havoc wherever he goes. Papa takes Huey fishing, and ends up as the bait. Cousin Dimwit tries to teach Baby Huey how to canoe, but Huey's too much for one little boat. The Wild Duck From Borneo; The Iriquacks; Whispering Waddles; Herman and Katnip: Say or Pay; Seeing Things; Party Fun; The Duck Who Blasted Off; Herman and Katnip: So You Wanna Rock-n-Roll. 52 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #98
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956-1972 Harvey) 98

    A gigantic duckling toddler with strength to match, well-meaning Huey creates slapstick havoc wherever he goes. Cousin Shorty looks just like Huey, only smaller, causing much confusion for Huey and Papa. Huey receives a million-dollar check by mistake. When Herman runs for mayor of Mouseville, the result is trouble for Katnip. The New Crib; Baby Huey and Papa and Shorty; Baby Huey and Papa as the Millyumaire; The Worlds Most Famous Leopard; The Bookworm; Herman and Katnip: The Mayor of Mouseville. 36 pages, full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #99
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956-1972 Harvey) 99

    Baby Huey, the gigantic duckling toddler with strength to match, returns to comics as part of Harvey Comics' revival in the early 1990s. Huey's family goes to Mt. Kwakmor Beach for vacation. But when Huey and Mama are captured by corn smugglers, Huey springs into action. Huey finds a bottle containing a wish-granting imp. Strangers at Mt. Kwakmor Beach; Smugglers Are Bad Guys; Look What the Tide Washed In; Casper's Myths: Aeneas and the Giant; The Ice Monster. 36 pages, full color. Cover price $0.50.

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    $2 Baby Huey #99 (Oct 1980, Harvey) - Poor

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  • Issue #2
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 2

    Cover by John Costanza (?). "Super Dooper Snoopers"; Papa gets an offer to return to Mr. Biggs' circus when the elephant aerialist goes missing, but Baby and Uptite find the missing star before Papa has to go through with it. "Forget-Me-Not"; Baby has a bad problem for an elephant - he keeps forgetting things. 1 page Stamp and Coin Collector's Corner text article by George Allard. "Cheese It.. A Mouse!"; Papa is swindled into renting a vacation home that's full of mice. "The Welcome Pest"; Papa is tired of Uptite Mouse hanging around all the time and tries to get him to go away permanently. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #3
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 3
  • Issue #4
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 4

    "Wish Upon a Stone"; Snoots and Uptite get knocked on the head and dream they are in the time of knights and dragons. "Twice Told Tales"; Papa Snoots finds a treasure map. "Guest Who"; Baby Snoots lets a kitty in from the cold and Papa tries to get rid of Uptite. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #5
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 5
    • 1 1/2" spine split from top. Water damage.
  • Issue #6
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 6
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #4346188003
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  • Issue #7
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 7

    Cover by John Costanza (?). "One Froggy Day"; Baby and Uptite believe that Wacky Witch has turned Papa into a frog. "Meanie Genie"; Uptite and his cousin Packy find their uncle Sinbad trapped in a bottle and the three go after the genie who put him there. page Keys of Knowledge filler "The Chimpanzee"; 1 page "Elefink Jokes" filler. "The Big Blow"; No one knows what to do about Baby's horrible trumpet playing. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #8
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 8
    • Water damage.
  • Issue #9
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 9

    Gold Key edition Number/Month on Cover: None Listed. "The Golden Elefink"; Two crooks take Papa Dear and Baby Snoots on an expedition to the lost city of Pachydermia. Disneykin play characters ad. One-page text feature "Elefink Jokes." "The Refuge"; Cousin Batty moves in with Uptite Mouse when his home is threatened with demolition. Spiro Agnew watch ad. "A Day at the Races"; Baby Snoots meets an alien kid and they go racing. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

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    $14 BABY SNOOTS #9 (1972) Gold Key Comics VG/VG+

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  • Issue #10
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 10

    "Hold That Dragon"; Papa Dear is sent a dragon suit and an invitation to a costume ball; Before he arrives a real dragon goes to the ball and robs everyone; When Papa Dear, Mama Dear, Baby Snoots and Uptite Mouse arrive dressed up as a dragon Papa Dear and Mama Dear are thrown in jail while Baby Snoots and Uptite Mouse escape; They trick the dragon into going back to the castle where they put out his fire and Papa Dear and Mama Dear are let out of prison. One-page text feature "Elefink Jokes." Stop "That Swap"; Uptite Mouse finds out that his cousin Packy (a trade rat) left a bottle cap in trade for an antique watch; When he tries to return it because he doesn't think the trade is fair it turns out that the antique dealer loves Cousin Packy's stuff and trades him some valuable antiques. "Wish Upon a Witch"; Baby Snoots wishes that he could fly so Wacky Witch gives him bat wings; He is then captured by a dog catcher who tries to sell him to the zoo. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #11
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 11
  • Issue #12
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 12

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    1 day left Auction Baby Snoots May 1973 #12 Issue That's show business

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  • Issue #13
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 13

    Featuring: 13 page Baby Snoots story "The Mighty Mammoth"; 6 page Baby Snoots story "It Pays to Remember"; 6 page Uptite Mouse story "Bop Goes the Weasel." Cover price $0.20.

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    $3 BABY SNOOTS and UPTITE MOUSE COMIC No.13 * BRONZE AGE 1973 20c WHITMAN * TRUMPET

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  • Issue #15
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 15
  • Issue #16
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 16

    Last 20-cent cover price. Cover by John Costanza (?). "His Royal Snootiness"; Baby Snoots's family goes to visit their royal relative, King Flab, but two crooks are out to steal the crown jewels at the same time. "Toll for a Troll"; Uptite's ancestor has to outsmart a troll who has taken over a toll bridge. "Back to Nature"; When Mama Dear blows all the fuses at home, Papa takes the family out to the forest to find dinner in the wild. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #17
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 17

    First 25-cent cover price. Cover by John Costanza (?). "The Rajah's Panther"; Papa receives a treasure map in the mail but it's a trick to distract a hungry panther so that Sneaky Dan can get the treasure for himself. "Substitute Genie"; Uptite frees a genie from a bottle but the genie then traps Uptite in the bottle. "Surprise Package"; The mailman mixes up two addresses and Baby Snoots receives the invisibility spray that Professor Sneaky badly wants. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #18
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 18

    Cover by John Costanza (?). "Jinxed Journey"; Baby does a good deed that results in his getting shipwrecked on a remote island with his dad and Uptite. "Nutty Magic"; Baby and Uptite are captured by a man who wants them to be the official tasters for his peanut company. "The Awful Ogre"; Uptite is transported into a book of fairy tales where he is enlisted by Puss-in-Boots to help trick a king. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #20
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 20
  • Issue #21
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 21

    Featuring: 13 page Baby Snoots story "The Soggy Boggy Magic Carpet" starring Baby Snoots and Uptite Mouse; 6 page Uptite Mouse Tales story "The One That Got Away"; 6 page Baby Snoots story "Rhyme Master" starring Baby Snoots and Uptite Mouse. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Issue #22
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 22
  • Issue #12MJ
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) Mark Jewelers 12MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Printed 05/1973, $0.15 cover, # 22 titled Snoots, the Forgetful Elefink. 36 pages, full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #14MJ
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) Mark Jewelers 14MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Customer Notes: Featuring: 13 page Baby Snoots story "The Golden Dewdrops" starring Baby Snoots, Uptite Mouse, Papa Dear and Mama Dear, drawn by John Costanza?; 6 page Uptite Mouse story "The Terrible Tiger" starring Uptite Mouse, Fearless Jill and Terrible Tiger; 6 page Baby Snoots story "No Time for Napping" starring Baby Snoots, Mama Dear, Papa Dear and Uptite Mouse. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #16MJ
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) Mark Jewelers 16MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Contains stories: Baby Snoots' "His Royal Snootiness" and "Back To Nature" and Uptite Mouse's "Toll For A Troll" 36 pages, full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #7
    Baby Snoots (1970 Whitman) 7

    Whitman edition. Cover by John Costanza (?). "One Froggy Day"; Baby and Uptite believe that Wacky Witch has turned Papa into a frog. "Meanie Genie"; Uptite and his cousin Packy find their uncle Sinbad trapped in a bottle and the three go after the genie who put him there. page Keys of Knowledge filler "The Chimpanzee"; 1 page "Elefink Jokes" filler. "The Big Blow"; No one knows what to do about Baby's horrible trumpet playing. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #8
    Baby Snoots (1970 Whitman) 8

    Whitman edition Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #9
    Baby Snoots (1970 Whitman) 9

    Whitman edition. Gold Key edition Number/Month on Cover: None Listed. "The Golden Elefink"; Two crooks take Papa Dear and Baby Snoots on an expedition to the lost city of Pachydermia. Disneykin play characters ad. One-page text feature "Elefink Jokes." "The Refuge"; Cousin Batty moves in with Uptite Mouse when his home is threatened with demolition. Spiro Agnew watch ad. "A Day at the Races"; Baby Snoots meets an alien kid and they go racing. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #10
    Baby Snoots (1970 Whitman) 10

    Whitman edition. "Hold That Dragon"; Papa Dear is sent a dragon suit and an invitation to a costume ball; Before he arrives a real dragon goes to the ball and robs everyone; When Papa Dear, Mama Dear, Baby Snoots and Uptite Mouse arrive dressed up as a dragon Papa Dear and Mama Dear are thrown in jail while Baby Snoots and Uptite Mouse escape; They trick the dragon into going back to the castle where they put out his fire and Papa Dear and Mama Dear are let out of prison. One-page text feature "Elefink Jokes." Stop "That Swap"; Uptite Mouse finds out that his cousin Packy (a trade rat) left a bottle cap in trade for an antique watch; When he tries to return it because he doesn't think the trade is fair it turns out that the antique dealer loves Cousin Packy's stuff and trades him some valuable antiques. "Wish Upon a Witch"; Baby Snoots wishes that he could fly so Wacky Witch gives him bat wings; He is then captured by a dog catcher who tries to sell him to the zoo. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #12
    Baby Snoots (1970 Whitman) 12

    Whitman edition Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #13
    Baby Snoots (1970 Whitman) 13

    Whitman edition Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #14
    Baby Snoots (1970 Whitman) 14

    Whitman edition. Cover by John Costanza (?). "The Golden Dewdrops"; Baby and Uptite go into space when they get caught up in an old prospector's quest to recover the golden dewdrops he left behind on the second moon of Jupiter. "The Terrible Tiger"; Uptite has a crush on a pretty animal tamer at the circus but then he has to recapture an escaped tiger. "No Time for Napping"; The elephant family goes south for vacation, but Baby and Uptite get themselves in trouble because they don't want to observe the local custom of the siesta. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #16
    Baby Snoots (1970 Whitman) 16

    Whitman edition. Last 20-cent cover price. Cover by John Costanza (?). "His Royal Snootiness"; Baby Snoots's family goes to visit their royal relative, King Flab, but two crooks are out to steal the crown jewels at the same time. "Toll for a Troll"; Uptite's ancestor has to outsmart a troll who has taken over a toll bridge. "Back to Nature"; When Mama Dear blows all the fuses at home, Papa takes the family out to the forest to find dinner in the wild. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #17
    Baby Snoots (1970 Whitman) 17

    Whitman edition. First 25-cent cover price. Cover by John Costanza (?). "The Rajah's Panther"; Papa receives a treasure map in the mail but it's a trick to distract a hungry panther so that Sneaky Dan can get the treasure for himself. "Substitute Genie"; Uptite frees a genie from a bottle but the genie then traps Uptite in the bottle. "Surprise Package"; The mailman mixes up two addresses and Baby Snoots receives the invisibility spray that Professor Sneaky badly wants. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #18
    Baby Snoots (1970 Whitman) 18

    Whitman edition. Cover by John Costanza (?). "Jinxed Journey"; Baby does a good deed that results in his getting shipwrecked on a remote island with his dad and Uptite. "Nutty Magic"; Baby and Uptite are captured by a man who wants them to be the official tasters for his peanut company. "The Awful Ogre"; Uptite is transported into a book of fairy tales where he is enlisted by Puss-in-Boots to help trick a king. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #21
    Baby Snoots (1970 Whitman) 21

    Whitman edition Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Babycakes SC (1984 A Harper & Row Novel) 1-1ST

    1st printing. By Armistead Maupin. When an ordinary househusband and his ambitious wife decide to start a family, they discover there's more to making a baby then meets the eye. Unexpected help arrives in the form of a British monarch, a grieving gay neighbor, and an international ring of mail-order brides. From the Upper Crustaceans of San Francisco to the leather bars of London, Armistead Maupin takes you on a heartfelt romp celebrating the fundamental absurdities of modern romance. Softcover, 7 1/2-in. x 9-in., 220 pages, Text Only. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Backstage at the Strips SC (1975) 1-1ST

    1st printing. By Mori Walker. The creator of Beetle Bailey takes a look at the rich history of the newspaper strip and the talented people that do them. Softcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 312 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.