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Classics Illustrated Junior, #554
The Deer and the Hunters is on 29-30. This version adds a mother. The young deer barely managed to free himself in a development I have very seldom seen in this fable. The young deer himself admitted his mistake to her, ...
Classics Illustrated Junior, #535
The Fox and the Lion takes up just one page (30) in four panels. This fox is downright saucy in the third encounter, saying What are you roaring at, you silly old thing? Its mother says When you get used to someone, you ...
Classics Illustrated Junior, #519
The Donkey and the Little Dog takes up two pages (29-30). In an unusual start, the donkey discusses his plight with the dog. The pictures of the donkey leaping onto and sitting on the master's lap are wonderful! $.15.
Classics Illustrated Junior, #555
The Boy and the Filberts is on 29-30. This is one of those comic books in which the ink creates its own effects, sometmes by being placed outside the lines and sometimes by bleeding over from the adjoining page. $.15.
Classics Illustrated Junior, #552
The Woodcutters and the Ax takes up two pages (29-30). Is it some coincidence that two woodcutters are out walking and find a lost axe? Their names here are Fritz and Hans. $.15.
Classics Illustrated Junior, #558
The Wolf and the Kid is on 29-30. As usual, the rooftop makes the kid bold. The farmer put him there for safety while he would be away. $.15.