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6/'54
Issue: #5
Published: June 1954, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Norman Maurer; Joe Kubert
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Three Stooges
Credits: Pencils: Norman Maurer | Inks: Norman Maurer

Comic Story (14 pages) Alotta the Bull
Featuring: Three Stooges
Synopsis: The boys get fired from their job at a flower shop when Shemp's garlic breath kills a bunch of rare, expensive orchids. Fearing a lawsuit, they run off to Mexico and hide in a bullfighting arena, where Shemp's breath stops a charging bull in its tracks. Shemp becomes a popular and famous matador. The boys' frenemy, Benedict Bogus, sees them on TV and flies to Mexico to get in on the action. Meanwhile, a rival discovers Shemp's secret and sabotages his bullfighting career.
Credits: Script: Norman Maurer | Pencils: Norman Maurer | Inks: Norman Maurer
Genre: Adventure Humor
Characters: The Three Stooges, Benedict Bogus

Comic Story (10 pages) 99 & 44/100% Puritan
Featuring: Three Stooges
Synopsis: Inspired by a story about Peter Minuet, Benedict Bogus dreams of going back to the year 1681 to bilk Indians into selling him land that will eventually become extremely valuable. When Bogus lands in the New World with a chest full of beads, the Stooges, in the guise of Indian real estate agents AND Dutch jewelry merchants/wilderness guides, manage to swindle Bogus out of his money. They take him cross-country, where they run afoul with Indians and are almost burned at the stake.
Credits: Script: Norman Maurer | Pencils: Norman Maurer | Inks: Norman Maurer
Genre: Adventure Humor Historical
Characters: The Three Stooges, Benedict Bogus

Comic Story (5 pages) The Baseball Game
Featuring: Li'l Stooge
Credits: Script: Jeff Michaels | Pencils: Jeff Michaels | Inks: Jeff Michaels

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