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Little Sad Sack (1964) comic books 1956-1969

  • Issue #2
    Little Sad Sack (1964) 2

    Cover by George Baker. Stories and art by George Baker. The boyhood adventures of George Baker's soldier, whose name became synonymous with the downtrodden grunt. Little Sad Sack seeks a way to avoid getting up early. The boys are playing cops and robbers when they encounter real cops and real robbers. Plus stories of grown-up, GI Sad Sack. Temptation; Cops and Robbers; Too Quiet; Early Riser; Away We Go; Whos Lost?; Play; Answering Questions; Sad Sack: Bad Night; Sad Sack: Props; Sad Sack: Clean Up. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #7
    Little Sad Sack (1964) 7

    Cover art by George Baker. "Flipped"; Little Sad Sack dreams he wrecked the house and wakes up asking his mother not to hit him. "One Day"; Little Sad Sack tries to stay out of trouble for one whole day. "Minute"; Little Sad Sack gets cleaned up, but just for a minute. "One Night"; Little Sad Sack and Slob destroy Sack's father's lawn. Rocky and Bullwinkle ad with Rocky and Bullwinkle. "Locked In"; Little Sad Sack is locked in his room for punishment. "Good vs Bad" text story. "Good Deal"; Little Sad Sack and Jimmy go swimming in a pond that doesn't allow swimming. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #10
    Little Sad Sack (1964) 10
  • Issue #11
    Little Sad Sack (1964) 11

    Cover by George Baker. Stories and art by George Baker. The boyhood adventures of George Baker's soldier, whose name became synonymous with the downtrodden grunt. Little Sad Sack demands a raise from the Tooth Fairy. Sad Sack and his pals find the perfect place for the General's cake. Pay Off; Home Made Job; Unusual; Watcher; Imagination; Run Away; Allowance; Sad Sack: Instructions; Sad Sack: Hidden; Sad Sack: Rest; Sad Sack: Fooled; Sad Sack: Sudden Stop. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #12
    Little Sad Sack (1964) 12

    Cover by George Baker. Stories and art by George Baker. The boyhood adventures of George Baker's soldier, whose name became synonymous with the downtrodden grunt. Little Sad Sack tries to help a ghost keep up with the times. Little Sad Sack sleepwalks his way around the neighborhood. Little Sad and Little Slob torment Mr. Nettles as he's having a new sidewalk put in. Plus stories of grown-up, GI Sad Sack. Rest; Big Surprise; Frightening; Closeness; Fixed Up; The Mess; The Under World; The Winner. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #13
    Little Sad Sack (1964) 13

    Cover by George Baker. Stories and art by George Baker. The boyhood adventures of George Baker's soldier, whose name became synonymous with the downtrodden grunt. Little Sad Sack goes on a trip. Little Sad Sack tries to help a plumber do his job, but the results are underwater. Plus stories of grown-up, GI Sad Sack. Also featuring a vintage ad for Aurora model kits of the Batmobile and Batplane. Idea; The Journey; Good Thinking; Clean as a Whistle; Plumbers Friend; Creative; Weeks Rest; The Lesson. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #14
    Little Sad Sack (1964) 14

    Cover art by George Baker. "Surprise"; Little Slob tricks Little Sad into launching himself from a giant slingshot. "Inventor"; Little Sad launches himself through the air with a home-made cannon and a home-made catapult. "Preparation"; Little Sad gets ready for a costume party. "Proper Equipment"; Little Sad takes a bath. "Little Helper"; When his mother doesn't feel well, Little Sad tries to help around the house, with predictably poor results. "Out of This Worl"; Little Sad and Little Slob are abducted by aliens and taken to the planet Zenus, where they are transformed into Zenusians. "The Prowler" text story. "Way Way Out"; Little Sad and Little Slob transform themselves back into their human forms and force a Zenusian to take them home. All stories have pencils by Fred Rhoads. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #15
    Little Sad Sack (1964) 15

    Cover by George Baker. Stories and art by George Baker. The boyhood adventures of George Baker's soldier, whose name became synonymous with the downtrodden grunt. When Little Sad Sack spots robbers sneaking into Little Slob's house, they decide to go all Home Alone on them. Little Sad Sack's mother hangs him out to dry. Plus stories of grown-up, GI Sad Sack. Why Not?; The Thing; Different Eyes; Dreams; What a Day!; Another Day; Natural; Tucked in Bed. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #18
    Little Sad Sack (1964) 18

    Cover by George Baker. Stories and art by George Baker. The boyhood adventures of George Baker's soldier, whose name became synonymous with the downtrodden grunt. Little Sad Sack takes a bath to prepare for a mud fight. Little Sad Sack and his bully take a Mid-Battle Lunch Break during their fight. Plus stories of grown-up, GI Sad Sack. Preparation; Wishing; Mothers Helper; Long Fight; The Late Late Show; Alarmed; Early Morning Adventure; Rough House. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #19
    Little Sad Sack (1964) 19