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Four Color Comics
The Three Stooges
Publisher: Western / Dell
Genre: Comedy


Issue: 1043-1
Published: October, 1959
Comic Book Age: Silver
Pages: 32
Wraparound Cover: Yes
Cover Price: $0.10

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Characters:
  • Curly Joe DeRita
  • Larry Fine
  • Moe Howard


Credits:
Editor: Chase Craig
Artist: Peter Alvarado
Inker: Tony DiPaola
Letterer: Tony DiPaola


Synopsis:
- Photo cover
- Inside front cover: Moe, Larry and Curly Joe look at mirror reflections of their cartoon selves
- Westward Whoa 12 pgs
- Yukon Yokels 20 pgs
- Inside back cover: Larry Tries to Fold It! Moe Tries to Pick It Up! Curly Joe Tries to Move It! (puzzle page)
- Alternate back cover: Larry, Moe and Curly Joe's Stooginary
- Alternate back cover: HAVE ROCKET WILL TRAVEL advertisement 1/2 pg; 3 Stooges Fan Club advertisement 1/2 pg


Footnotes:
Norman Maurer Productions awards a license to Western Printing & Lithography, beginning a fifteen-year comic book publishing run for The Three Stooges. Western premieres the Stooges on an irregular schedule of two or three issues per year, as a rotating title in Four Color Comics, cover price $0.10.

The first issue was printed with two alternate back covers. The earlier printing featured a list of pun definitions titled Stooginary. Western went back to press, and a second edition back cover features a 2-part advertisement for the Columbia feature HAVE ROCKET WILL TRAVEL (1959) and the first 3 Stooges Fan Club, managed by Norman Maurer Productions.



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