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"Hey fellas, I can't hear a thing!" "Why not?" "I'm not listenin'!" - Curly & Larry (BACK FROM THE FRONT, 1943)

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Publisher: Various
Genre: Comedy

Issue: 7
Published: April, 1968
Comic Book Age: Silver
Pages: 32
Cover Price: $0.12

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  • Curly
  • Larry
  • Moe

Writers: Gary Friedrich; Stan Lee; Roy Thomas
Editor: Stan Lee
Inkers: Marie Severin; Tom Sutton; John Verpoorten
Pencilers: Jack Kirby; Marie Severin; Tom Sutton; John Verpoorten
Letterers: Sam Rosen; Artie Simek
Painter: Marie Severin
Cover Artist: Marie Severin
Cover Colorist: Marie Severin

Marvel Comics Group (Publisher)

- Cartoon cover
- This Is a Contents Page?, 1 pg.
- The Origin of... The Fantastical Four, 12 pgs.
- The Origin of... Stuporman, 10 pgs.
- This Is a Letters Page?, 1 pg.

Caricatures of Moe, Larry and Curly are featured on two pages of the "Fantasical Four" story, as the Human Scorch's car mechanics.

FF story written by Stan Lee, penciled by Jack Kirby, inked by Tom Sutton. Caricature artwork by Marie Severin.

The FF story was reprinted in...
- Crazy # 3 (Marvel, June 1973)
- Fantastic Four Omnibus # 3 (Marvel, April 2015)
- Marvel Masterworks: Not Brand Echh! (Marvel, June 2015)

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