Tråd: Comics published by Gold Key/Whitman

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Comics published by Gold Key/Whitman

* Walt Disney's Comics and Stories (originally from Dell Comics)
* Mickey Mouse (originally from Dell Comics)
* Donald Duck (originally from Dell Comics)
* Uncle Scrooge (originally from Dell Comics)
* The Beagle Boys (also under name "The Beagle Boys and The Beagle Brats")
* Moby Duck
* The Phantom Blot (also under name "The Phantom Blot Meets...")
* Super Goof
* Chip and Dale
* Ludwig Von Drake
* Junior Woodchucks (also under name "Huey, Dewey and Louie ! Junior Woodchucks")
* Walt Disney's Comics Digest
* Donald and Daisy

"When the desert comes, people will be sad; just as Cannery Row was sad when all the pilchards were caught and canned and eaten." - John Steinbeck

Sv: Comics published by Gold Key/Whitman

Here are the rarest Whitman issues:

from http://boards.collectors-society.com/ub … er=3506179

Here's the list that comes from Doug Sulipa, in order of rarity (#1 being the toughest to find):

1. Woody Woodpecker #191
2. Bugs Bunny #221
3. Popeye #158
4. Beep Beep the Roadrunner #92
5. Looney Tunes #35
6. Tom and Jerry #332
7. Super Goof #61
8. Daffy Duck #130
9. Little Lulu #260
10. Super Good #62
11. Huey, Dewey, and Louie #66
12. Tom and Jerry #331
13. Yosemite Sam #68
14. Black Hole (Beyond The) #4
15. Winnie The Pooh #20
16. Tweety and Sylvester #105
17. Mickey Mouse #208
18. Beep Beep the Roadrunner #93
19. Winnie The Pooh #22
20. Battle of the Planets #7
21. Beep Beep the Roadrunner #91
22. Chip n' Dale #69
23. Daffy Duck #131
24. Daisy and Donald #47
25. Donald Duck #222
26. Huey, Dewey, and Louie #65
27. Little Lulu #261
28. Looney Tunes #34
29. Mickey Mouse #209
30. Pink Panther #76
31. Popeye #159
32. Super Goof #60
33. Tom and Jerry #330
34. Tweety and Sylvester #106
35. Tweety and Sylvester #107
36. Uncle Scrooge #179
37. Uncle Scrooge #180
38. Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #480
39. Winnie The Pooh #21
40. Yosemite Sam #69
41. Yosemite Sam #70
42. Woody Woodpecker #190

"When the desert comes, people will be sad; just as Cannery Row was sad when all the pilchards were caught and canned and eaten." - John Steinbeck