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The Three Stooges
Publisher: Western / Gold Key
Genre: Comedy


Issue: 24
Published: July, 1965
Comic Book Age: Silver
Pages: 32
Wraparound Cover: Yes
Cover Price: $0.12

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


Credits:
Editor: Chase Craig
Artists: Sparky Moore; Joe Messerli; John Carey
Inkers: Sparky Moore; Joe Messerli; John Carey


Synopsis:
- Photo cover
- Inside front cover: The Three Stooges (untitled)
- The House of Many Monsters 15 pgs
- Dear Stooges (Joke letters) 1 pg
- The Little Monsters and the Under-Earthlings (The Little Monsters) 4 pgs
- All That Glitters Is Not Garbage 9 pgs
- N-Yuk! N-Yuks! (Jokes) 1 pg
- Inside back cover: The Three Stooges (untitled)
- Photo back cover: pinup version of front cover


Footnotes:
Sparky Moore art in "The House of Many Monsters;" all other Stooges art by Joe Messerli. John Carey credit is for "The Little Monsters" feature.

For this issue, Western sacrificed advertising to return the back cover to a pinup page, as it did with its earliest 1962/1963 Gold Key issues.



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