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Fox and the Crow (1951) comic books 1967

  • Issue #101
    Fox and the Crow (1951) 101
    Published Jan 1967 by DC.

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    Cover art by Mort Drucker. Pennies for UNICEF! public service announcement starring Superman, script by Jack Schiff, art by Sheldon Moldoff. The Dognappers! starring Stanley and His Monster, script by Arnold Drake, art by Win Mortimer; When Stanley submits a picture of himself with his monster to a newspaper contest he and Spot end up saving the dog of the publisher's niece from being kidnapped. House ad for Aquaman #31, art by Nick Cardy. It Seems Like a Dream! starring The Fox and the Crow, script by Cecil Beard, art by James F. Davis; The boys find a $500 bill but Crow convinces Fox it's just a dream. Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Bird? starring The Fox and the Crow, script by Cecil Beard, art by James F. Davis. House ad for The Adventures of Jerry Lewis #98, art by Bob Oksner. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #102
    Fox and the Crow (1951) 102
    Published Mar 1967 by DC.

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    Pharaoh Today, Cloudy Tomorrow! starring Stanley and His Monster, script by Arnold Drake, art by Win Mortimer; On a trip to the museum, Spot tells Stanley about his life in ancient Egypt, where he modeled for the Sphinx and made an enemy of the Pharaoh, King Mut. Polluted Planet starring The Fox and the Crow, script by Cecil Beard, art by James F. Davis; Fox and Crow argue while riding in a hot air balloon, which somehow gets them caught on a test rocket and taken to Planet X, where they completely spoil the test. The Trooper-Duper starring The Hounds and the Hare, script by Cecil Beard, art by James F. Davis; The Hounds try to join the Mounties. Ad for six Batman pin-ups available from DC, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Murphy Anderson. Untitled The Fox and the Crow story, script by Cecil Beard, art by James F. Davis. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #103
    Fox and the Crow (1951) 103
    Published May 1967 by DC.

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    Untitled Stanley and His Monster story, art by Win Mortimer; Spot is concerned about Stanley's newfound liking for practical jokes, so he resolves to have a talk with Stanley's dad even though he will have to reveal himself. House ad for Plastic Man #3, art by Joe Orlando. House ad for The Flash #169, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Joe Giella. A Little Home Away From Home! starring The Fox and the Crow, script by Cecil Beard, art by James F. Davis; Fox leaves on vacation but Crow sets up detour signs so he ends up back at his own house, which Crow, in disguise, then rents to him for his vacation stay. Two Dopes and a Dupe! starring The Hounds and the Hare, script by Cecil Beard, art by James F. Davis; The Hounds have been on a special training diet to help them catch the Hare, but he tricks them into believing that his new all-chicken fat diet has caused him to grow to giant size. The Golden Rule public service announcement starring Bob Hope, script by Jack Schiff, art by Bob Oksner. It Pays to Plan Ahead starring The Fox and the Crow, script by Cecil Beard, art by James F. Davis. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #104
    Fox and the Crow (1951) 104
    Published Jul 1967 by DC.

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    Who's Who at the Zoo? starring Stanley and His Monster, art by Win Mortimer; Mitch is supervising a photo shoot at the zoo, and somehow Stanley and Spot accidentally set a polar bear loose which creates all kinds of trouble. House ad for Superman #197, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. Untitled The Fox and the Crow story, script by Cecil Beard, art by James F. Davis; Fox moves away to escape from Crow's constant hounding, but he realizes that he misses it. Untitled The Fox and the Crow story, script by Cecil Beard, art by James F. Davis; Crow hates Fox's bassoon playing so he disguises himself as a bassoon teacher to get Fox to give it up. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #105
    Fox and the Crow (1951) 105
    Published Sep 1967 by DC.

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    The Monster Who Went to School starring Stanley and His Monster, script by Arnold Drake, art by Win Mortimer; Spot tries to help Stanley out by filling in for Mr. Dover at Parents' Day. House ad for The Brave and the Bold #74, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Charles Cuidera. A Planned Vacation starring The Fox and the Crow, script by Cecil Beard, art by James F. Davis; Crow tricks Fox into taking him on a vacation. Untitled Fox and the Crow story, script by Cecil Beard, art by James F. Davis; Fox wins a magic hat in an auction. House ad for Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #104, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

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    $61 FOX AND THE CROW #105 - CGC 6.0

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  • Issue #106
    Fox and the Crow (1951) 106
    Published Nov 1967 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Carmine Infantino. The Man Who Un-Made Monsters! starring Stanley and His Monster, script by Arnold Drake, art by Win Mortimer; Stanley's next door netghbor Mr. Mealey has a twin brother who is a mad scientist and causes trouble with a ray that can shrink or grow things. House ad for Strange Adventures #205 [first appearance of Deadman], pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by George Roussos. House ad for World's Finest Comics #170. Rocky Road to Riches starring The Fox and the Crow, script by Cecil Beard, art by James F. Davis; Fox and Crow compete to see which can make a fortune the fastest. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.