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Tom and Jerry - Giant Comic #1 - The Mouse From T.R.A.P. - Gold Key (Western Publishing) - October 1966

Contents

  1. Droopy - [National Pointer Champion) - 1 page (ifc)
  2. Tom & Jerry - The Mouse from T.R.A.P. - 16 pages
  3. Tom & Jerry - [Mer-Mice] - 10 pages
  4. Tom & Jerry - Merry Meadow Mice - 15 pages
  5. Droopy - [The Big One That Got Away!] - 1 page
  6. Tom & Jerry - Resort Revelry - 12 pages
  7. Jerry & Tuffy - [Hire in the Hole] - 2 pages
  8. Tom & Jerry - Golf Game Gambol - 8 pages
  9. Droopy - [Ridin’ the Baby Train] - 1 page (ibc)

Reprints

  • Tom & Jerry #119 - Dell June 1954 (7)
  • Tom & Jerry #131 - Dell June 1955 (5)
  • Tom & Jerry Winter Carnival #2 - Dell Dec 1953 (1,9)
  • Tom & Jerry's Summer Fun #1 - Dell July 1954 (3)
  • Tom & Jerry's Summer Fun #2 - Dell July 1955 (6,8)
  • Tom & Jerry's Summer Fun #3 - Dell July 1956 (4)
  • Tom & Jerry #7/1983 - Semic (8) Norway
  • Tom & Jerry #10/1983 - Semic (4) Norway
  • Tom & Jerry #12/1991 - Semic (8) Norway
  • Tom & Jerry #9/2014 - Egmont (8) Norway
  • Tom en Jerry vakantieboek #4 - De Vrijbuiter 1985 (5) France

Notes

  • Mouse Agents Jerry and Tuffy are on a mission to recover a massive block of cheese, kept in a huge refrigerator and formed to look like a giant bar of gold, from the clutches of Tom, alias “Goldclaw”.
  • New story. Bob Ogle wrote the 1960s Tom and Jerry theatrical short “The Mouse from H.U.N.G.E.R.”, which the IMDB website describes thusly: “Secret agent Jerry-akin has to steal a giant refrigerator full of cheese, guarded by the evil Tom Thrush with a vast array of diabolical gadgets and traps. Of course, Jerry has a few tricks of his own.” As Bob Ogle was also writing comic book scripts for Western Publishing at the time, he would be a very likely candidate for author of this story.

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