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Lil Tomboy (1956) comic books 1958

  • Issue #97
    Lil Tomboy (1956) 97

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    Cover by Frank Johnson. Stories and art by Frank Johnson and others. Li'l Tomboy is exactly as much trouble as her cousin Lil Genius, but in girl form. Lil Tomboy's mother thought it would be a good idea to bring her to the bank. Lil Genius's dad asks him to help out in the garage, but his neighbor soon regrets it, and Dad does too. LT's parents should know better than to take her to Pierre's, the fanciest restaurant in town. A Helping Hand; The Promise; Mind Whose Business?; The Fifth Time; Rock and Rollo: The Most Important Position!; Li'l Genius: The Art Lover. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #98
    Lil Tomboy (1956) 98
    • Water damage. Chew. Cover detached at one staple. 2" cumulative spine split.

    Cover by Frank Johnson. Stories and art by Frank Johnson and others. Li'l Tomboy is exactly as much trouble as her cousin Lil Genius, but in girl form. The day Lil Tomboy's father promised to take her to his office is also the day an important client is visiting. LT's parents and friends think her tomboyish nature is changing when she throws a party, but she's got a few tricks up her sleeve. Li'l Farmboy gets anxious whenever he's sent to deliver eggs to the girls' camp down the road. Office Pest; A Real Surprise Party; Raro the Rabbit: Hoddy the Hound; Li'l Farmboy: The Good Egg; Jack in the Box Puzzles; Baby Sitter First Class; Keep Swinging. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #99
    Lil Tomboy (1956) 99
    • 5" cumulative spine split. Cover detached at one staple and loose at other.

    Cover by Frank Johnson. Stories and art by Frank Johnson and others. Li'l Tomboy is exactly as much trouble as her cousin Lil Genius, but in girl form. Lil Tomboy punches out Cupid himself, not to mention all her friends, when they suggest that nerdy Oliver likes her, but Oliver doesn't get the message. A know-it-all from the city tries to show Lil Lumberjack around the woods, but he only proves his own ignorance. Li'l Tomboy adopts a lobster named Gwendolyn and keeps her in the bathtub. Reverse Decision; Love That Lil Tomboy; Lil Lumberjack: City Feller; Buck Beaver Wakes Up; Pet Problem; Rock and Rollo: Some Bank. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #100
    Lil Tomboy (1956) 100

    Cover by Frank Johnson. Stories and art by Frank Johnson and George Wildman. Li'l Tomboy is exactly as much trouble as her cousin Lil Genius, but in girl form. Lil Tomboy's mother tries to broker a one-day peace treaty between LT and her dad. Lil Tomboy uses self-hypnosis tapes to try to reprogram her dad. Li'l Pardner deals with a schoolyard bully who makes fun of his countrified ways. Plus a Li'l Genius PSA stressing the need for connecting with one's dad. Foodstuff; House Play; Hearing Is Believing; A Clothes Call; Animal Advice; Li'l Pardner: The Bully; Li'l Genius: Fun with Pop; Boomerang; Li'l Rascal Twins. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #101
    Lil Tomboy (1956) 101

    Cover by Frank Johnson. Stories and art by Frank Johnson and others. Li'l Tomboy is exactly as much trouble as her cousin Lil Genius, but in girl form. Lil Tomboy accidentally loses a houseguest's toupee, and tries to get it back before he wakes up. Lil Tomboy's parents dare to wonder if she's going girly when she brings home a new doll. Li'l Tomboy turns the tables on cops who try to scare her out of pulling pranks. Plus a Li'l Genius PSA stressing the need for connecting with one's dad. Head Work; Lurid Doll; Polo Saves the Day; Just Desserts; Li'l Pardner; Li'l Genius: Fun with Pop; Secret Pictures. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #102
    Lil Tomboy (1956) 102

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    Cover by Frank Johnson. Stories and art by Frank Johnson and others. Li'l Tomboy is exactly as much trouble as her cousin Lil Genius, but in girl form. Lil Tomboy gets a pet Venus flytrap and overfeeds it, resulting in a "Little Shop of Horrors" moment. Lil Tomboy's parents dare to wonder if she's going girly when she asks for a new dress. A farmer can't understand why he can't bring his pig Sharlene along on his trip to the Statue of Liberty. Dress for the Occasion; My Pet Venus; So Nice and Quiet; The Disobedient Egg; Three Oinks for Sharlene!; Boss Stopper. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.