Monday, August 11, 2008

Tut-Tut The Mummy

Since today's main mummy yarn from Harvey was a bit on the short side, how about an extra post-code story… this time some silly "All Ages" fun from the November 1961 issue of Tales Calculated to Drive You Bats #1







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8 comments:

Absinthe said...

That was priceless - Princess Klassi-Lassi! :)

Anonymous said...

HA CUTE STUFF. AND TUT TUTS TALE ACTUALLY HAD BETTER STORY STRUCTURE THAN THE HARVEY POST.

Kitty LeClaw said...

It's a great week for Princesses @ THOIA.

fishmorgjp said...

Who did the Boris Kartoffel ad -- Tony Tallarico? Looks like it. Also, it was nice to see the loser mummy win a happy ending for his story.

Uncle Ernie said...

Orlando Busino and Tales Calculated to drive You Bats are all time favorites of mine. Thanks!!

Herr Phibes said...

Isn't kartoffel German for potato?

Karswell said...

>It's a great week for Princesses @ THOIA.

This whole week was deadicated to you. All Hail the Princess!

>Tony Tallarico?

Possibly. Also looks like Mitch O'Connell but I doubt he was even born yet.

>Isn't kartoffel German for potato?

You say potato, I say Kartoffel.

Pappy said...

I bought the original issues of Bats off the stands when they came out; I thought they were great. I lost interest when Orlando Busino left. George Gladir did the writing. I think Tut-Tut was one of the best stories. It was reprinted in various annuals.