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Issue: #40
Published: April 1956, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Leon Harvey
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Silver Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Indexed from scanned copy at https://digitalcomicmuseum.com
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Little Max
Genre: Humor Children
Characters: Little Max

Comic Story (6 pages) Funny Bunny
Featuring: Little Max
Synopsis: Little Max dresses in a bunny costume for Joe Palooka's Easter party, given for neighborhood children. Max, who never speaks, surreptitiously arranges for his good friend Alice to find the golden egg and win a prize.
Genre: Humor Children
Characters: Little Max Joe Palooka Ann Palooka Alice

Comic Story (2 pages) See Worthy
Featuring: Little Max
Synopsis: Alice lends Little Max an umbrella, but he needs to hold it so low that he can't see. He collides with another pedestrian and tears a hole in the fabric. Now he has a window so he can see without getting wet.
Genre: Humor Children
Characters: Little Max Alice

Comic Story (2 pages) Water Boy
Featuring: Little Max
Synopsis: Casey and Little Max agree to water the animals in exchange for circus tickets. Casey says he'll do Max a favor and take the horses as there are more of them -- but the camels, of course, need many more buckets to satisfy them. The ringmaster says Casey must be at work every night, but Max is excused; camels go without water for a week.
Genre: Humor Children
Characters: Little Max Casey Ringmaster

Text Story (1 page) The U.S.S. Humphrey
Featuring: Humphrey
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Humor
Characters: Humphrey Pennyworth Elmer Fuddle Lem Tyler Mayor Toops Pruney Pennyworth [also As Prunella]

Statement Of Ownership (0 pages) Statement of the Ownership, Management and Circulation
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (2 pages) Strictly from Hunger
Featuring: Humphrey
Synopsis: Humphrey eats massive amounts of food, then dreams he's eating a three-foot stack of pancakes.
Genre: Humor
Characters: Humphrey Pruney

Comic Story (4 pages) The Funny Mummy
Featuring: Little Max
Synopsis: Little Max tries to catch a fly, but gets all wrapped up in fly tape. Posing as a mummy, he wins a prize at Alice's costume party.
Genre: Humor Children
Characters: Little Max Alice Joe Palooka

Comic Story (2 pages) Babysitter Jitters
Featuring: Humphrey
Synopsis: Humphrey agrees to watch a baby while the baby's mothers does some shopping. He panics when the baby cries, not knowing how to comfort him. Running inside, he finds the mother, who tells him that the baby was just hungry, a condition with which Humphrey is all too familiar.
Genre: Humor
Characters: Humphrey Pennyworth Mrs. Gooberfooful Mrs. Gooberfooful's Baby Grocery Store Shoppers

Comic Story (4 pages) Waisted Energy
Featuring: Little Max
Synopsis: Max overhears two men discussing that they need to lose weight and decides he should do the same. He spends the entire day doing exercises that he has seen Joe Palooka do when losing weight for a boxing match, wearing himself out in the process. Joe invites him and Casey out to dinner, and Max is so hungry from all of his exercise that he eats much more than usual. In the end, he has gained two pounds, but Joe tells him that it is healthy for a boy his age to gain weight.
Genre: Humor Children
Characters: Little Max Unnamed Pedestrians Casey Joe Palooka

Text Story (1 page) Fishin'
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Humor Children

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