Looney Tunes comic books issue 206
Untitled story; Elmer refuses to let Bugs into his cabin in the middle of winter, telling him to "get a job"; Bugs decides to become a "Fudd-watcher," whose only job is to watch Elmer, and his constant staring drives Elmer to distraction. Untitled story; Porky sends Cicero to mail a letter to his Aunt Prissy; but later decides he wants it back and tries to catch Cicero before he can mail it. Recipe for Success text story with Porky Pig. Untitled story; After saving a butterfly from being eaten by a bird, Mary Jane has the butterfly pose as a butterfly pin on her blouse. Untitled story; Sylvester builds a birdhouse, hoping to attract some birds for dinner; but Tweety moves in first. Untitled story; Daffy's dim-witted nephew comes for a visit and turns out to be too rough for Daffy and a menacing fox to handle. 36 pages, full color. Cover price $0.10.
Cover by Walter Carzon and Horacio Ottolini. Written by Sholly Fisch, Paul S. Newman and Earl Kress. Art by Walter Carzon, John Costanza, Horacio Ottolini, Jim Amash and Mike DeCarlo. If Sylvester had one wish, it would be to get his hands on Tweety! But when he becomes a genie himself, he makes Tweety's wishes come true. Little does he know, Tweety's real wish is to have Sylvester as far away from him as possible in "A Work of Genie-us" by Sholly Fisch, Walter Carzon and Horacio Ottolini. Plus: Sylvester and Tweety also star in "The Unpredictable Psychic" by Paul S. Newman, Walter Carzon and Jim Amash, reprinted from #64. And: Hubie, Bertie and Claude in "The Hypno-Crite" by Earl Kress, John Costanza and Mike DeCarlo, reprinted from #66. 32 pages, full color. Rated E Cover price $2.99.