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Little Eva (1952 St. John) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 1

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    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva finds a stethoscope on the ground and tries to return it to its rightful owner. Hot Rod tries to shake off his tag-along cousin Elfreda so he can attend a boys-only baseball game, but she's not easy to lose. Eva's friend Clarence invents a new perfume, but no one can stand the smell, not even the junkman's horse. Chris Cricket; Finders Weepers; Hot-Rod: Cousin Trouble; Water, Water, Everywhere; The Strange Perfume. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #2
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 2

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    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. In a story that precedes a Calvin & Hobbes storyline by 40 years, the boys decide to kidnap Little Eva's doll and hold it for ransom. Little Joe gets a "job" as reporter for the older boys' hand-printed newspaper, but he's unclear on what makes a story newsworthy. Eva's strict Aunt Amanda offers to babysit for the day, but she's not prepared for Eva's antics. The Ransom Note; Little Joe: No News Is Good News; Daffy-Taffy; Nipper Plays It Smart; The Galloping Pollywoggles. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 3

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    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. When Eva decides to run away from home, the boys let her live in their clubhouse, but they've got a secret plan. Eva's mom asks her to run an errand, which she delegates to her friend, who delegates it to another friend, and so on. Eva's father tires of being ignored when the soap operas are on, so he decides to out-drama the TV drama. Military Man; Home Sweet Home; The Errand; The Pearl Divers; Little Ike: Super Salesman; Tear Jerker; Comedy Column; A Leap Year Proposal; A Dog's Best Friend; Daily Bugle. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    3 days left Auction Little Eva # 3 1952 vol. 1 Sept St John good golden ANC comic

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  • Issue #4
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 4

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    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Hot Rod gets stuck when trying to follow the girls to their new hideout. The boys and the girls compete for the affections of a cute dog at the beach. Eva attempts to make a ghost costume for Nipper, but only succeeds in ruining his mom's best tablecloth. The Cave; Sick Call; A Dogged Tale; Have You Heard This One?; Comedy Column; The Masquerade Party. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 5

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. The girls decide to crash Nipper's boys-only picnic. Nipper accidentally trades his father's new tire for a pocketknife, and must get it back before his dad notices. Nipper fools Eva into thinking she's bought magic seeds from him. Picnic Plunder; Nipper: All Tired Out; Beautiful Baby; Fun Time; Gag Bag; Flying High; The Magic Seeds; The Gardeners. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 6

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva dares to take her new sled to Dead Man's Hill, despite everyone's warnings. Eva tries to save Little Joe after he skates onto thin ice. Eva and Hot Rod accidentally go into the wrong house, and get mistaken for robbers by a wealthy old lady. Sleigh Ride; Nipper; On Thin Ice; Superman; Hot-Rod: The Nightmare; Little Joe; Quips and Queries; Comedy Column; Hot Rod; Oompah; The Stamp Collectors. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 7
    • Water damage.

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. A stray dog upsets the power balance between the boys and the girls over the clubhouse. The kids seek a place to test the furniture polish that Nipper made with his chemistry set. Eva encounters the truth behind the rumor that four-leaf clovers bring good luck. Watch Dog; Who's Who; Gag-Bag; Stuck Up; The Happy Nightmare; Boned Up; Four-Leaf Clover; Comedy Column; One Good Turn. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 8

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva and Nipper decide to bake a cake as a get-well present for Cindy. The soap that Nipper made with his chemistry set turns Eva green, and he's not sure how to change her back. Eva and Nipper go to the zoo, and accidentally end up in the lion enclosure. The Get Well Present; Rain Brain; Nipper: The Protector; Gag-Bag; Wearing of the Green; Party Line; Walking in the Park; Wedding Plans; Comedy Column. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 9
    • One staple (manufacturing).

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva and her friends become obsessed with collecting "Atomix cereal" box tops to get their "super surprise." Nipper gets into a war with big bully Knuckles when he tries to get his bike back. Nipper hacks into Cindy and Eva's tin-can telephone line and convinces them they're being contacted by flying saucers. Boxtop Blues; Growing Up; Nipper: The Unlucky Brake; Gag-Bag; The Cure-All; The Worm Turns; Wide-Awake Girl; Comedy Column; The Flying Saucer. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 10

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva and Nipper explore an all-automatic "modern home," in a story that showcases the "future" design ideas of the 1950s. Eva goes to the zoo and accidentally ends up playing jump rope with a gorilla. Eva and her friends bake a special cake for a contest to win a pony. Modern Home; Zoo's Who; Vacation Time; Gag-Bag; Little Ike: Kicking the Can Around; Thanks for the Buggy Ride; The Pony; Comedy Column; School Daze. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 11
    • 2" Cumulative spine split.

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva and her friends try to get her ball out of Mrs. Sanders' yard, only for Nipper to wind up trapped there instead. Nipper and Hot Rod suspect that the friendly cigar-store man is actually a spy selling state secrets. Eva adopts some stray dogs and leads them on a misadventure. Plus a vintage ad for classic rocket-themed toys and a toy "Republic Thunderjet," from "Lucky Products." And an ad for the "World's First 3-D Comic," featuring Mighty Mouse. Bouncing Into Trouble; The Gossip; Business Bureau; Nipper: Counter-Spying; Gag-Bag; Rain or Shine; Mouse Trouble; Comedy Column; Too Many Dogs. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 12
    • 2" Cumulative spine split. Only one staple (manufacturing).

    Stories and art by Frank O'Neal and others. Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Hot Rod gets talked into playing "house" with Eva and finds more family drama than he'd bargained for. In a truly adorable story, Hot Rod gets into a confrontation with bullies Spike and Butch while playing "spaceman." In a classic 1950s scenario, Eva and her mother prepare for a dinner visit from Eva's father's boss. Plus a vintage ad for classic rocket-themed toys and a toy "Republic Thunderjet," from "Lucky Products." Playing House; Hot-Rod: Space Man; Gag-Bag; Overnight Pest; Roped In; Comedy Column; The Treasure. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #13
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 13

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. The kids drive the neighborhood crazy by doing everything backwards for a day. Eva makes good use of her Cousin Itsy's savant-like genius abilities. Eva's uncle at the telescope factory gives her nothing but telescopes. And an ad for St. John's pioneering 3-D Comics, including Joe Kubert's Tor. Backward Children; Guessing Game; Nipper: The Ball and the Batter; Gag-Bag; Dolls by the Dozens; Little Eva's Revenge; Dirty Work Afoot; Comedy Column; Too Many Telescopes. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 14

    Stories and art by Leon Winik and others. Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva and the boys challenge each other to spend the night in a haunted house, then plot to scare each other. Ike makes the mistake of letting Nipper cut his hair. Short Stuff thinks a giant is on the loose after he finds a giant shoe. Bigger and Better Ghosts; Little Ike: Shine and a Haircut, Two Bits; Gag-Bag; Nipper: Rich Eccentric; Short Stuff: The Giant; Fair Play; Comedy Column; The Horrible Hat. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 15

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. In a surreal, fairy-tale like story, a talking polar bear offers to take Eva to the North Pole. Eva makes good use of her cousin Itsy-Bit's superhuman strength. Nipper makes a new vitamin drink with his chemistry set, but it fails the taste test. South Sea Island Eskimo; Cousin Itsy-Bit; Nipper: Balloon Bargain; Snow Boys Allowed; Vitamin Venders. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #16
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 16

    Stories and art by Leon Winik and others. Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva and the boys dare each other to ride the terrifying Sky-Flash roller coaster. Eva is asked to watch Baby Snoozy in her stroller, but when the baby disappears, it's a mad scramble to find her. Nipper makes alterations to Eva's submission to the pet poster contest. Daredevil Rides; Quick-Change Artist; Short Stuff : New Kid; Baby Bungle; The Jolly Jelly Quiz; Short Stuff : Bug Adventure; Little Ones Out of Big Ones. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 17
    • Full Spine split. Cover detached.

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva finds a stethoscope on the ground and tries to return it to its rightful owner. Hot Rod tries to shake off his tag-along cousin Elfreda so he can attend a boys-only baseball game, but she's not easy to lose. Eva's friend Clarence invents a new perfume, but no one can stand the smell, not even the junkman's horse. Chris Cricket; Finders Weepers; Hot-Rod: Cousin Trouble; Water, Water, Everywhere; The Strange Perfume. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 18

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    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. In a story that precedes a Calvin & Hobbes storyline by 40 years, the boys decide to kidnap Little Eva's doll and hold it for ransom. Little Joe gets a "job" as reporter for the older boys' hand-printed newspaper, but he's unclear on what makes a story newsworthy. Eva's strict Aunt Amanda offers to babysit for the day, but she's not prepared for Eva's antics. The Ransom Note; Little Joe: No News Is Good News; Daffy-Taffy; Nipper Plays It Smart; The Galloping Pollywoggles. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 19

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    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Hot Rod gets stuck when trying to follow the girls to their new hideout. The boys and the girls compete for the affections of a cute dog at the beach. Eva attempts to make a ghost costume for Nipper, but only succeeds in ruining his mom's best tablecloth. The Cave; Safety First; Jumpy: A New Convertible; Sick Call; A Dogged Tale; Quips and Queries; Gag-Bag; Kid Carrots; The Masquerade Party. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 20

    Cover by Bob Bean. Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. When Eva decides to run away from home, the boys let her live in their clubhouse, but they've got a secret plan. Eva's mom asks her to run an errand, which she delegates to her friend, who delegates it to another friend, and so on. Eva's father tires of being ignored when the soap operas are on, so he decides to out-drama the TV drama. Military Man; Home Sweet Home; The Errand; The Pearl Divers; Little Ike: Super Salesman; Tear Jerker; Comedy Column; A Leap Year Proposal; A Dog's Best Friend. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 21

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    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. The girls decide to crash Nipper's boys-only picnic. Nipper accidentally trades his father's new tire for a pocketknife, and must get it back before his dad notices. Nipper fools Eva into thinking she's bought magic seeds from him. Marvin the Monster: Un-Natural History; Picnic Plunder; Jumpy: A New Convertible; Nipper: All Tired Out; Beautiful Baby; Kid Carrots; Fun Time; Gag Bag; Nibbles; Flying High; The Magic Seeds; The Gardeners; Pintail Pete. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 22

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    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva dares to take her new sled to Dead Man's Hill, despite everyone's warnings. Eva tries to save Little Joe after he skates onto thin ice. Eva and Hot Rod accidentally go into the wrong house, and get mistaken for robbers by a wealthy old lady. Gag Bag; Sleigh Ride; Jumpy: Big Extraction; Nipper; On Thin Ice; Superman; Hot-Rod: The Nightmare; Little Joe; Carrier Boys; Kid Carrots: Kerchoo; The Stamp Collectors. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 23
    • 1.5" Cumulative spine split.

    Stories and art by A. W. Nugent and Whitney Darrow. Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. A stray dog upsets the power balance between the boys and the girls over the clubhouse. The kids seek a place to test the furniture polish that Nipper made with his chemistry set. Eva encounters the truth behind the rumor that four-leaf clovers bring good luck. Plus a PSA about polio precautions, a sign of its times. Watch Dog; Test Your Skill; Who's Who; Gag-Bag; Stuck Up; The Happy Nightmare; Boned Up; Four-Leaf Clover; Comedy Column; One Good Turn. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 24

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva and Nipper decide to bake a cake as a get-well present for Cindy. The soap that Nipper made with his chemistry set turns Eva green, and he's not sure how to change her back. Eva and Nipper go to the zoo and accidentally end up in the lion enclosure. The Get Well Present; Rain Brain; Little Ike: Be Kind to Eva Week; Gag-Bag; Wearing of the Green; Party Line; Walking in the Park; Wedding Plans; Comedy Column. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 25

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva and her friends become obsessed with collecting "Atomix cereal" box tops to get their "super surprise." Nipper gets into a war with big bully Knuckles when he tries to get his bike back. Nipper hacks into Cindy and Eva's tin-can telephone line and convinces them they're being contacted by flying saucers. The Lighter Side; Boxtop Blues; Growing Up; Nipper: The Unlucky Brake; Gag-Bag; The Cure-All; The Worm Turns; Wide-Awake Girl; Comedy Column; The Flying Saucer. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 26

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva and Nipper explore an all-automatic "modern home," in a story that showcases the "future" design ideas of the 1950s. Eva goes to the zoo and accidentally ends up playing jump rope with a gorilla. Eva and her friends bake a special cake for a contest to win a pony. Plus a PSA about polio precautions, a sign of its times. Modern Home; Zoo's Who; Vacation Time; Gag-Bag; Little Ike: Kicking the Can Around; Thanks for the Buggy Ride; The Pony; Comedy Column; School Daze. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 27

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva and her friends try to get her ball out of Mrs. Sanders' yard, only for Nipper to wind up trapped there instead. Nipper and Hot Rod suspect that the friendly cigar-store man is actually a spy selling state secrets. Eva adopts some stray dogs and leads them on a misadventure. School Daze; Bouncing Into Trouble; The Gossip; Business Bureau; Nipper: Counter-Spying; Gag-Bag; Rain or Shine; Mouse Trouble; Comedy Column; Too Many Dogs. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 28

    Stories and art by Frank O'Neal and others. Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Hot Rod gets talked into playing "house" with Eva and finds more family drama than he'd bargained for. In a truly adorable story, Hot Rod gets into a confrontation with bullies Spike and Butch while playing "spaceman." In a classic 1950s scenario, Eva and her mother prepare for a dinner visit from Eva's father's boss. It's a Dog's Life; Playing House; Hot-Rod: Space Man; Gag-Bag; Overnight Pest; Roped In; Comedy Column; The Treasure. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 29

    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. The kids drive the neighborhood crazy by doing everything backwards for a day. Eva makes good use of her Cousin Itsy's savant-like genius abilities. Eva's uncle at the telescope factory gives her nothing but telescopes. Top This; Backward Children; Guessing Game; Nipper: The Ball and the Batter; Gag-Bag; Dolls by the Dozens; Little Eva's Revenge; Dirty Work Afoot; Comedy Column; Bubble-Gum Blowout. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 30

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    Stories and art by Leon Winik and others. Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. Eva and the boys challenge each other to spend the night in a haunted house, then plot to scare each other. Ike makes the mistake of letting Nipper cut his hair. Short Stuff thinks a giant is on the loose after he finds a giant shoe. Bigger and Better Ghosts; Little Ike: Shine and a Haircut, Two Bits; Gag-Bag; Fun Fest; Target Practice; Short Stuff: The Giant; Fair Play; Comedy Column; The Horrible Hat; Quips and Queries. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Little Eva (1952 St. John) 31

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    Mischievous Eva is an adorable counterpart to those other 1950s misadventurers, Little Audrey and Little Lulu. In a surreal, fairy-tale like story, a talking polar bear offers to take Eva to the North Pole. Eva makes good use of her cousin Itsy-Bit's superhuman strength. Nipper makes a new vitamin drink with his chemistry set, but it fails the taste test. South Sea Island Eskimo; Cousin Itsy-Bit; Nipper: Balloon Bargain; Penned In; Dollars for Donuts; Vitamin Venders; Roller Skates. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.