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Published July 1962 by Harvey
The World's Greatest Show
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer
Stumbo; Doc Quackley
"The World's Greatest Show" A con man tries to use Stumbo to sell his fake medicine.
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Published July 1962 by Harvey

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Story Title
The World's Greatest Show
Writer
?
Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer
Character Appearances
Stumbo; Doc Quackley
Storyline
"The World's Greatest Show" A con man tries to use Stumbo to sell his fake medicine.

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Hot Stuff Meets Zooky
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Pencils
Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff tries to get out of babysitting an annoying little fairy pricess.

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The Strangest Creature
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Mother Nature's two assistants are fascinated by Hot Stuff and try to test him in various ways.

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"Oh boy! Am I sleepy!"
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Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Stumbo just wants to take a nap but it causes trouble in Tinytown.

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Hot Stuff and his Sad Tail
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
When Hot Stuff's tail gets slammed in a door it comes off and he has a devil of a time trying to replace it.

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"Hmmm. This bears investigating!"
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff's heat accidentally changes the weather forecast when he wanders into the Weather Bureau.
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Published September 1962 by Harvey
Colossa
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer
Stumbo; Mayor; Officer O'Floodle
"Colossa" When Stumbo overhears the Mayor of Tinytown talking about a "big lug" that he wants to get rid of, Stumbo's feelings are hurt. He disguises himself as a girl giant named Colossa and tries to make himself annoying so that everyone will want Stumbo back. It turns out that the Mayor wasn't talking about him in the first place.
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Published September 1962 by Harvey

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Story Title
Colossa
Writer
?
Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer
Character Appearances
Stumbo; Mayor; Officer O'Floodle
Storyline
"Colossa" When Stumbo overhears the Mayor of Tinytown talking about a "big lug" that he wants to get rid of, Stumbo's feelings are hurt. He disguises himself as a girl giant named Colossa and tries to make himself annoying so that everyone will want Stumbo back. It turns out that the Mayor wasn't talking about him in the first place.

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The Tuff Egg
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff goes to buy some eggs for breakfast but he meets an egg with a steel shell that doesn't want to be eaten.

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Uncle Slow Burn
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff meets an uncle who takes everything so calmly he doesn't burn hot like other devils.

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"I think I'll check over the stuff in my storage place!"
Script
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Warren Kremer
Story Line
Stumbo accidentally activates some volcanoes near Tinytown.

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Trapland
Script
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff goes through a door that leads to a forest filled with dangerous traps.

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"That's quite a hot tune!"
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
When Hot Stuff hears some fairies playing a harp, he makes some music of his own using his fork.
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Published November 1962 by Harvey

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Published January 1963 by Harvey
The Great Salesman
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer ?
Stumbo
"The Great Salesman" Stumbo gets a job from an unscrupulous company as a door-to-door salesman.
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Published January 1963 by Harvey

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Story Title
The Great Salesman
Writer
?
Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer ?
Character Appearances
Stumbo
Storyline
"The Great Salesman" Stumbo gets a job from an unscrupulous company as a door-to-door salesman.

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Friendship, Anybody?
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?
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
After two birds make the remark "He couldn't make friends with anybody!", Hot Stuff goes into the city to find a friend.

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Hot Stuff Meets Blasty
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Uncle Steamy gives Hot Stuff a devil dog (Blasty) to play with.

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"Gee, I'd love to go to Giantland to see a movie, but I haven't any money."
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Warren Kremer
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Stumbo is broke, but he manages to earn money by moving an iceberg.

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Hot Stuff and the Wallpaper People
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff feels hi cave is boring, so he goes out to buy wallpaper.

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"Uh-Oh"
Script
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff tries to avoid Wanda by being invisible, Wanda tries to avoid Hot Stuff by being invisible.
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Published March 1963 by Harvey
Big and Loud
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer
Stumbo
"Big and Loud" The ladies of Tinytown think that Stumbo should get some new clothes.
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Published March 1963 by Harvey

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Story Title
Big and Loud
Writer
?
Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer
Character Appearances
Stumbo
Storyline
"Big and Loud" The ladies of Tinytown think that Stumbo should get some new clothes.

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Nice 'n Hot
Script
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Pencils
Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Charma tries to convince her friend Florabelle that Hot Stuff can be very nice when he wants to be.

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The Big Top
Script
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff goes to the circus and accidentally scares all the performers away when he demonstrates his devilish powers.

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"It says here a person should always make an effort to spread cheer!"
Script
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Warren Kremer
Story Line
Stumbo tries to make everyone around him cheerful but nothing seems to work.

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Gravity Land
Script
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff meets the Gravitooks, living magnets from an underground civilization who can disrupt gravity for the surface world.

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"I wonder just how hot my fork can get?"
Script
?
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff's fork gets so hot that the Sun needs to wear sunglasses.
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Published May 1963 by Harvey
Big Gas Bag
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer
Stumbo; Mayor; Officer O'Floodle
"Big Gas Bag" A witch's spell makes Stumbo lighter than air and he nearly floats away forever.
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Published May 1963 by Harvey

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Story Title
Big Gas Bag
Writer
?
Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer
Character Appearances
Stumbo; Mayor; Officer O'Floodle
Storyline
"Big Gas Bag" A witch's spell makes Stumbo lighter than air and he nearly floats away forever.

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Granny Blowtorch
Script
?
Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Granny Blowtorch has a cold and every time she sneezes she sets something on fire.

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The Strange Spell
Script
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Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Cupid magically changes Hot Stuff's fork so that it emits love and kindness rather than fire.

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"One way to get more business in Tinytown..."
Script
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Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
The Mayor decides to declare Stumbo a tourist attraction.

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A Hero's Reward
Script
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Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Hot Stuff hears on television that heroes are rewarded for saving people so he looks around for someone to save so that he can collect a reward.

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"Whee!"
Script
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Pencils
?
Story Line
Hot Stuff finds a different way to play on a slide.
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Published July 1963 by Harvey
The Noise Buster
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer
Stumbo; Officer O'Floodle; Professor Barker
"The Noise Buster" Stumbo tries to find a quiet place to think.
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Published July 1963 by Harvey

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Story Title
The Noise Buster
Writer
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Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer
Character Appearances
Stumbo; Officer O'Floodle; Professor Barker
Storyline
"The Noise Buster" Stumbo tries to find a quiet place to think.

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Story Title
The Hocus Pocus People
Script
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Pencils
Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff accidentally spoils a magician's act, and then tries to learn stage magic himself from the magician's implements.

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Girl Trouble
Script
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Pencils
Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Princess Charma tries to make Hot Stuff jealous by flirting with a singing elf.

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Story Title
"Hi, fellas! Where are you going?"
Script
?
Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Stumbo keeps an eye on two teen travelers from Tinytown even though they don't want his help.

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Rubberland
Script
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Flying through an old worn-out tire, Hot Stuff finds himself in a strange place where the mischievous inhabitants are made of rubber.

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"Smart guy, eh?"
Script
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Pencils
Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff comes up with a new way to use his fork against ogres.
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Published September 1963 by Harvey
Mighty Forgetful
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer
Stumbo; Mayor; Officer O'Floodle
"Mighty Forgetful" Stumbo can't recall why he tied a string around his finger to remember something.
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Published September 1963 by Harvey

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Story Title
Mighty Forgetful
Writer
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Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer
Character Appearances
Stumbo; Mayor; Officer O'Floodle
Storyline
"Mighty Forgetful" Stumbo can't recall why he tied a string around his finger to remember something.

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Tailorland
Script
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Pencils
?
Story Line
Hot Stuff decides that he could use some different clothes, but his visit to Tailorland does not go very well.

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Uncle Brightfire
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Pencils
?
Story Line
Hot Stuff tries to trick his nasty Uncle Brightfire out of spoiling the Enchanted Forest.

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"Making movies at night, eh?"
Script
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Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Tinytown's movie makers don't have a role for Stumbo but he finds a way to help them out anyway.

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The Spoiled Devil
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Pencils
?
Story Line
Hot Stuff meets a rich, bored young devil who has everything he wants.

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"G-gee! I forgot my trident at home this morning!"
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Three ogres think they have a chance to get Hot Stuff, but the little devil is far from helpless.
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Published November 1963 by Harvey

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Published January 1964 by Harvey

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Published March 1964 by Harvey
Warmth Wanted
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer
Stumbo; Officer O' Floodle; Mayor
"Warmth Wanted" Winter is coming to Tinytown and everyone is cold.
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Story Title
Warmth Wanted
Writer
?
Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer
Character Appearances
Stumbo; Officer O' Floodle; Mayor
Storyline
"Warmth Wanted" Winter is coming to Tinytown and everyone is cold.

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Story Title
The Cop!
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Pencils
?
Story Line
Hot Stuff tries to do good deeds like a policeman, but nothing works out for him.

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Story Title
The Unfierce Fork
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Pencils
?
Story Line
Hot Stuff takes his fork in for repairs and gets one to replace it temporarily, but the new fork is too good-natured for him.

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"Guess I'll get a book to read in Giantland!"
Script
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Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Stumbo thinks about building a house for himself, but there are no materials big enough.

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Hot Stuff and Little Boomie
Script
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Pencils
?
Story Line
Hot Stuff meets Boomie the Boomerang, who leads him to Comeback Land, a place where he is forced to return every time he tries to leave.

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Story Title
"Hmm! A little gnome with a slingshot!"
Script
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Warren Kremer
Story Line
When Hot Stuff accidentally breaks a gnome's slingshot, he tries to make up for it in an unusual way.
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Published May 1964 by Harvey
O'Floodle the Mighty
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer
Stumbo; Officer O'Floodle; Mayor of Tinytown
"O'Floodle the Mighty" O"Floodle dreams that he is as strong as Stumbo.
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Published May 1964 by Harvey

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Story Title
O'Floodle the Mighty
Writer
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Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer
Character Appearances
Stumbo; Officer O'Floodle; Mayor of Tinytown
Storyline
"O'Floodle the Mighty" O"Floodle dreams that he is as strong as Stumbo.

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Story Title
How to Be Devilish
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff's Uncle Geyser wants to teach him how to be a good devil, but things don't work out right.

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Story Title
Mr. Pocket
Script
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Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff is annoyed by the arrival of Mr. Pocket and his son, two helpful kangaroos, but he comes around when they help him against some of his usual enemies.

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"Then it's all agreed!"
Script
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Warren Kremer
Story Line
The ladies of Tinytown think that Stumbo is rudely winking at them, but he just has something in his eye.

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Story Title
Day of the Jinx
Script
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Warren Kremer ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff is worried about what will happen to him on Friday the 13th, and a nasty fortune teller sends him to Fortune Land, where living crystal balls and packs of cards play pranks on him.

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Story Title
"Hey, knucklehead! What's the idea..."
Script
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Pencils
?
Story Line
An oversize pig challenges Hot Stuff to a fight.
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Published July 1964 by Harvey
The One and Only
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer
Stumno; Mayor of Tinytown; Officer O'Floodle (cameo)
"The One and Only" The mayor dreams that there are several duplicates of Stumbo who start to fight, which puts Tinytown in danger.
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Published July 1964 by Harvey

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Story Title
The One and Only
Writer
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Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer
Character Appearances
Stumno; Mayor of Tinytown; Officer O'Floodle (cameo)
Storyline
"The One and Only" The mayor dreams that there are several duplicates of Stumbo who start to fight, which puts Tinytown in danger.

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Story Title
Hot Stuff and the Missing Floboon
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
A two-headed giant from Floboonland asks for Hot Stuff's help to find his missing brother.

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Story Title
Hot Stuff and Grampa Blaze
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff's bad-tempered Grampa Blaze comes to visit, spoiling things that Hot Stuff likes in the Enchanted Forest. When the little devil finally gets angry and tells him off, Grampa is pleased at his devilish behavior instead of even angrier.

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Story Title
"By golly, Officer O'Floodle!"
Script
?
Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Stumbo brings a giant hen back from Giantland, who lays a giant egg that can feed Tinytown for quite a while.

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Story Title
Electro-Land
Script
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Pencils
?
Story Line
When Hot Stuff visits a power plant he is accidentally transported to Electro-Land, where he is pestered by living appliances.

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Story Title
"Let's take a look at that thermometer, Hot Stuff!"
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
The doctor has some trouble taking Hot Stuff's temperature.
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Published September 1964 by Harvey
The Towering Tourist
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer
Stumbo; Officer O'Floodle; Mayor of Tinytown
"The Towering Tourist" The ladies of Tinytown make some vacation clothes for Stumbo because they want him to take them to Bermuda, but he is embarrassed to be seen in the tasteless outfit they provide.
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Published September 1964 by Harvey

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Story Title
The Towering Tourist
Writer
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Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer
Character Appearances
Stumbo; Officer O'Floodle; Mayor of Tinytown
Storyline
"The Towering Tourist" The ladies of Tinytown make some vacation clothes for Stumbo because they want him to take them to Bermuda, but he is embarrassed to be seen in the tasteless outfit they provide.

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Story Title
All-Purpose Fork
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff shows off the many things he can do with his fork until the fork draws the line at being his dance partner.

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Hot Stuff Meets Uncle Smokey
Script
?
Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff's Uncle Smokey can't stand fresh air.

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Story Title
"Now where'd I put my comb?"
Script
?
Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
When Stumbo wants to comb his hair he causes unexpected trouble in Tinytown.

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Story Title
Gloveland
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff travels to Gloveland to get a pair of gloves, but it turns out to be more complicated than he expected.

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Story Title
"Look, Aunt Clinker..."
Script
?
Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff's aunt tells him that it's impolite to point his finger, but she never said anything about using his tail.
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Published November 1964 by Harvey
The Mighty Fire Chief
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer ?
Stumbo; Officer O'Floodle
"The Mighty Fire Chief" Stumbo tries to stop Tinytown from catching on fire during a heatwave. At the end, he's promoted to 'Water Drainage Commissioner'.
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Published November 1964 by Harvey

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Story Title
The Mighty Fire Chief
Writer
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Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer ?
Character Appearances
Stumbo; Officer O'Floodle
Storyline
"The Mighty Fire Chief" Stumbo tries to stop Tinytown from catching on fire during a heatwave. At the end, he's promoted to 'Water Drainage Commissioner'.

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Story Title
Snow Man's Land
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff's imaginary adventure in the land of snowmen.

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Story Title
Hot Stuff and the Movie People
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff wants to get "into the movies", and he does in a way.

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Story Title
"Officer O'Floodle, could I please have some dynamite?"
Script
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Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Stumbo uses dynamite to get rid of a toothache.

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Story Title
The Land of Long Ago
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff goes back in time. With the help of his trusty trident "Forky", he teaches the cavemen about fire.

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Story Title
"Time to go up to the surface for a little fresh air"
Script
?
Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff tries to go up to the surface world, but it's noisier and more dangerous than where he was.
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Published January 1965 by Harvey
The Greatest
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer ?
Stumbo
"The Greatest" Stumbo discovers signs of a giant even bigger than he is but luckily it's just a dream.
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Story Title
The Greatest
Writer
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Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer ?
Character Appearances
Stumbo
Storyline
"The Greatest" Stumbo discovers signs of a giant even bigger than he is but luckily it's just a dream.

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Story Title
The New Home
Script
?
Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff decides he needs a new house, but the company he hires to build it is incompetent.

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Story Title
Warmly Defended
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Princess Charma tries to prove to her friends that Hot Stuff is brave and thoughtful.

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Story Title
"Heh, heh! There sure are some funny jokes in this book..."
Script
?
Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Stumbo's loud laughter disturbs everyone around him.

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Story Title
The 5 Senses
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff meets the Five Senses, who start altering things in the Enchanted Forest to their own preferences.

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Story Title
"Ha! A likely story!"
Script
?
Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff's flame powers come in handy at a cook-out.
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Published March 1965 by Harvey
You Big Baby
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer ?
Stumbo; Officer O'Floodle; Mayor of Tinytown
"You Big Baby" O'Floodle tells Stumbo how Tinytown first met him when Stumbo was a baby giant.
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Story Title
You Big Baby
Writer
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Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer ?
Character Appearances
Stumbo; Officer O'Floodle; Mayor of Tinytown
Storyline
"You Big Baby" O'Floodle tells Stumbo how Tinytown first met him when Stumbo was a baby giant.

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Story Title
And Another Redskin Bites the Dust!
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff is invited to a strange party where he gets mixed up in a fight between a tribe of Indian hats and some custard pies.

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Story Title
Call Me Big Boy [Part 2]
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Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff is pleased to find out that the other animals in the Enchanted Forest don't think of him as a baby.

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Story Title
"I'm lost, Stumbo!"
Script
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Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Stumbo helps a baby cloud, a baby stream, and a baby tumbleweed find their ways back to their mothers.

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Story Title
Don't Baby Me! [Part 1]
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff's aunts treat him like a cute baby, which he really hates.

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Story Title
"Oboy! Am I tired!"
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Hot Stuff has a run-in with a lightning bolt.
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Published May 1965 by Harvey

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Published July 1965 by Harvey
Mighty Real Gone
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Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer ?
Stumbo; Officer O' Floodle; Mayor of Tinytown; King Neptune; Martians
"Mighty Real Gone" Stumbo tries various ways to help Tinytown get rid of its trash.
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Story Title
Mighty Real Gone
Writer
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Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer ?
Character Appearances
Stumbo; Officer O' Floodle; Mayor of Tinytown; King Neptune; Martians
Storyline
"Mighty Real Gone" Stumbo tries various ways to help Tinytown get rid of its trash.

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Story Title
A Domain of His Own
Script
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Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff gets a chance to be the governor of the Arctic for a day.

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Story Title
I'm Tough, Honestly!
Script
?
Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff gets angry when people think he's cute.

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Story Title
"Would you walk my baby around..."
Script
?
Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Stumbo is always helpful, even when he's asleep.

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"Hmmmm! Kids making a snowman!"
Script
?
Pencils
Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff melts down a scary snowman to an unthreatening size.

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The Chariot
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Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff finds a chariot that transports him to a land inhabited by living swords, shields, and other weapons.

Other Story

Story Title
"Oh boy -- I should have a lot of fun here!"
Script
?
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Howie Post ?
Story Line
Hot Stuff visits Nursery Rhyme Land.
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Published September 1965 by Harvey

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