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Abbott and Costello
Publisher: St. John
Genre: Comedy


Issue: 30
Published: May, 1955
Comic Book Age: Golden
Pages: 32
Cover Price: $0.10
Rare? Yes

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Characters:
  • Bud Abbott
  • Lou Costello


Credits:
Artists: Eric Peters; Lily Renee Peters
Cover Artist: Bob Bean


Synopsis:
- Painted cartoon cover
- Lou Meets His Waterloo!, 5 pgs; originally published in Abbott and Costello Comics # 11
- Mummy's the Word, 7 pgs; originally published in Abbott and Costello Comics # 11
- Abbott and Costello (untitled), 1/2 pg; originally published in Abbott and Costello Comics # 11
- Higher and Hire, 1 pg; originally published in Abbott and Costello Comics # 5
- High Society, 7 pgs; originally published in Abbott and Costello Comics # 11
- Abbott and Costello (untitled), panel gags, 1 pg; originally published in Abbott and Costello Comics # 5
- The Soap Box Derby (Little Bit), 6 pgs; originally published in Abbott and Costello Comics # 11
- Home on the Rampage, 4 pgs; originally published in Abbott and Costello Comics # 11


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