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"What do you think, I'm a squirrel?" "No, your ears are too short." - Moe & Shemp (UP IN DAISY'S PENTHOUSE, 1953)

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3-D Three Stooges
Publisher: Eclipse Comics
Genre: Comedy


Issue: 1
Published: September, 1986
Comic Book Age: Modern
Pages: 32
Cover Price: $2.50

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Characters:
  • Curly Howard
  • Larry Fine
  • Moe Howard


Credits:
Writers: Joe Kubert; Norman Maurer
Editor: Catherine Yronwode
Artists: Joe Kubert; Norman Maurer; Richard Pine
Cover Artist: Paul Gulacy


Synopsis:
- Cartoon cover
- Men in the Moon 10 pgs; originally published in The Three Stooges # 2, St. John series
- Pie-Rates Reward 3 pgs; ; originally published in The Three Stooges # 2, St. John series
- The Nightmares of Benedict Bogus 8 pgs; ; originally published in The Three Stooges # 2, St. John series
- Stuntgirl 5 pgs; ; originally published in The Three Stooges # 2, St. John series
- Two Drips and a Droop! 2 pgs; ; originally published in The Three Stooges # 2, St. John series


Footnotes:
The stories reprinted from The Three Stooges # 2 (St. John) have redrawn Shemp as Curly, courtesy of artist Richard Pine. However, the editors failed to change the word balloons, and Curly is called Shemp throughout the stories.

Two Drips and a Droop! is a loose adaptation of VAGABOND LOAFERS.



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