Four Color #1275 (Dell, 1962) CGC FN+ 6.5 Off-white pages.Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
DescriptionFour Color #1275 (Dell Publishing, 1962). 12/1961-2/1962 - "Rocky and His Friends, No. 1275." Cover art by Al Kilgore. Underwater Moose; Boris has a scheme to capture electric eels and use them for power in Pottsylvania. Busy Signal, art by Al Kilgore; Mr. Peabody and Sherman go back in history to help Samuel Morse invent the telegraph. Gingerbread Kid, art by Al Kilgore; The Gingerbread Man story recast with the lead character as a beatnik. Tea Men; Mr. Peabody and Sherman go back in history to the Boston Tea Party. Noose for a Moose, art by Fred Fredericks; Fearless Leader orders Boris and Natasha to bring Bullwinkle to Pottsylvania in order to be a scapegoat candidate in an election.
Page Quality: Off-white
Artists/Writers: Al Kilgore story, cover and art Mel Crawford and Fred Fredericks art
Significance: Rocky and His Friends. Based on the NBC television series.
CGC census 2/20: 1 in 6.5, 15 higher.
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