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The Three Stooges
Publisher: American Mythology
Genre: Comedy

Issue: 0-CFest
Published: October, 2016
Comic Book Age: Modern
Pages: 28

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  • Curly Howard
  • Larry Fine
  • Moe Howard

Writers: S.A. Check; James Kuhoric
Artists: Brendon Fraim; Sharon Gallant; Bill Galvan; Adrian Ropp; Chris Scalf
Inkers: Brian Fraim; Adrian Ropp; Bob Smith
Letterers: Dan Conner; Natalie Jane
Layouts: Adrian Ropp
Painters: Dan Conner; Adrian Ropp; Travis Walton
Cover Artist: Adrian Ropp

- Cartoon cover
- Trick or Eat, 4 pgs
- Stooge Monkeys, 1 pg; originally published in The Three Stooges # 1
- Night of the Living Stooge, 11 pgs; originally published in The Three Stooges # 1-2
- Three Stooges Halloween Masks, 3 pgs
- Three Stooges Coloring Pages, 2 pgs
- Sour Note, gag lobby card, 2 pgs; originally published in The Three Stooges # 1-2
- Pie Hard, 1 pg; originally published in The Three Stooges # 1-2
- Frankenstooge Preview, 3 pgs

Free issue available on October 29, 2016 at participating comic book shops, as part of the Halloween ComicFest "free comic book day" publishers' promotion.

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