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The Three Stooges in Full Color
Publisher: Eternity Comics / Malibu Graphics Co.
Genre: Comedy


Issue: 1
Published: 1991
Comic Book Age: Modern
Pages: 48
Wraparound Cover: Yes
Cover Price: $5.95

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


Credits:
Editor: Chris Ulm
Artists: Peter Alvarado; Joe Messerli; Sparky Moore


Synopsis:
- Photo Cover
- The Stooges' Last Decade 2 pgs
- Something Fishy 10 pgs; originally published in Four Color Comics # 1078
- Home, Sweet Home 2 pgs; originally published in Four Color Comics # 1078
- The House of Many Monsters 15 pgs; originally published in The Three Stooges # 24
- No Mummy to Guide Them 18 pgs; originally published in The Three Stooges # 32
- To Gobble or Not to Gobble 1 pg; originally published in Four Color Comics # 1078
- The Three Stooges (untitled) 1 pg; originally published in The Three Stooges # 24
- The Big Act 1 pg; originally published in The Three Stooges # 48
- Photo back cover


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