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Animal Antics (Movietowns)   (1946)
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Publisher: DC Comics

Publication Date: Mar/Apr 1946 - Jul/Aug 1954

Country: United States

Language: English

Notes:
Animal Antics was a funny animal title from action-oriented publisher DC during the mid-1940s to mid-1950s lull in interest in their usual line of super-hero titles. The goofy Raccoon Kids anchored the Animal Antics lineup, with two stories per issue. The remainder of the pages were filled with the antics of the Tortoise and the Hare, and the furry chipmunk team of Nip and Chip. Cute, harmless, and slavish in their imitation of the major league funny animal stars like Porky Pig, Woody Woodpecker, and Bugs Bunny, the stories in Animal Antics occasionally rose to a higher level thanks to the inspired slapstick humor of Sheldon Meyer.

Number of issues cataloged: 51



Issue   Title   Story Arc   Cover Date
51
 
 
  July 1954
50
 
 
  May 1954
49
 
 
  March 1954
48
 
 
  January 1954
47
 
 
  November 1953
46
 
 
  September 1953
45
 
 
  July 1953
44
 
 
  May 1953
43
 
 
  March 1953
42
 
 
  January 1953
41
 
 
  November 1952
40
 
 
  September 1952
39
 
 
  July 1952
38
 
 
  May 1952
37
 
 
  Mar/Apr 1952
36
 
 
  Jan/Feb 1952
35
 
 
  Nov/Dec 1951
34
 
 
  September 1951
33
 
 
  July 1951
32
 
 
  May 1951
31
 
 
  March 1951
30
 
 
  January 1951
29
 
 
  November 1950
28
 
 
  September 1950
27
 
 
  July 1950
26
 
 
  May 1950
25
 
 
  March 1950
24
 
 
  January 1950
23
 
 
  November 1949
22
 
 
  September 1949
21
 
 
  July 1949
20
 
 
  May 1949
19
 
 
  March 1949
18
 
 
  January 1949
17
 
 
  November 1948
16
 
 
  September 1948
15
 
 
  July 1948
14
 
 
  May 1948
13
 
 
  March 1948
12
 
 
  January 1948
11
 
 
  November 1947
10
 
 
  September 1947
9
 
 
  July 1947
8
 
 
  May 1947
7
 
 
  March 1947
6
 
 
  January 1947
5
 
 
  November 1946
4
 
 
  September 1946
3
 
 
  July 1946
2
 
 
  May 1946
1
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  March 1946







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