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Lucy, The Real Gone Gal (1953) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Lucy, The Real Gone Gal (1953) 1

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    Stories and art by Lily Renee, Connie Williams and Vince Fago. Archie-style 1950s teen comedy from pioneering female cartoonist Lily Renee. Thinking that she's found a poem Wally wrote for another girl, Kitty goes out with nerdy Rodney Bookmark to get back at Wally. Told that the new guy in town is a "woman-hater," Rita sees that as a challenge, in a story by another pioneering female cartoonist, Lily Renee. Jelly Bean gets a job at a movie studio, but without her glasses, all she can create is chaos. Plus "Lucy's Cut-Outs" paper dolls, showcasing the fashions of the era. Lucy; How Do I Love Thee?; Gag-Bag; Rita: Strike 'em Spellbound!; Lucy's Cut-Outs; Ginny; Jelly Bean. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Lucy, The Real Gone Gal (1953) 2

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    Stories and art by Lily Renee and Vince Fago. Archie-style 1950s teen comedy from pioneering female cartoonist Lily Renee. Wanda tries to get Wally to give her his frat ring before Kitty gets it, in a story by another pioneering female cartoonist, Lily Renee. Kenny and Muggsy take jobs as cleaners for a haunted house. Pvt. Thistlewait gets a tennis racket, which seems useless on the battlefield - until a grenade comes his way. Plus "Lucy's Cut-Outs" paper dolls, showcasing the fashions of the era. Miss Pin-Up; Kenny; Trudi: The Heavy-Weight; Pvt. Thistlewait; Lucy's Cut-Outs; Comedy Column; Gag Bag; Teachers Pet. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Lucy, The Real Gone Gal (1953) 3

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    Cover by Mort Drucker. Stories and art by Dave Berg and others. Archie-style 1950s teen comedy. Lucy and Wanda compete for the attention of the handsome new biology teacher, Mr. Bugsby. In a story that reflects its era, Peggy wants a television set for the house like all her friends have, but her parents are opposed to the idea. This story features early art by future Mad "Lighter Side" artist Dave Berg (credited as "Davy Berg"). Combined with the cover by another future Mad legend, Mort Drucker, this an unusual item for the Mad collector. Plus a "Teen Talk" one-pager about the latest teen fads (in 1953). Bye-Bye-Ology!; Kenny; Peggy: Television Night; All Modeled Up; Teen Talk; Blind Date Blues; The Big Swap. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #4
    Lucy, The Real Gone Gal (1953) 4

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    Archie-style 1950s teen comedy. Lucy and Wally's party-planning session turns into a party in her living room, but her father has an important client visiting within the hour. Kenny wants to woo Vlasta, the beautiful Czech refugee who just moved to town, so nerdy Punky offers his services as an interpreter. Lucy and stuck-up Wanda compete for the lead role in the school play, and the decision will be made by visiting movie star Lana Grable. The Lion's Den; Make Up My Mind; Kenny: Double Talk; Music Appreciation; Butterfly Blues; Picture This; It's a Dog's Life; Higher Learning; Star Performance. Final issue under this title; series continues as Meet Miss Pepper (1954) #5. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.