*Teen Humour/Funny Girls: We swing over to Quirky Corner for a real fab gear experience! In the halcyon days of the 60’s, multiple publishers vied for space on the newsstands, and not just with super-heroes, but with other genres too. While Archie and his chums had a headlock on the field, every publisher tried to do “an Archie”, but frequently with a distaff twist, so it was an everygal, rather than an everyman, who was their central character. Among the competitors: Charlton’s My Little Margie, based on a popular TV show of the 1950’s; Tippy Teen, drawn by Archie-alumnus Samm Schwartz, which was published by Tower, the same company that published Wally Wood’s superlative THUNDER Agents (and outsold and outlasted it – there ain’t no justice!); and Harvey’s Bunny. Bunny… was a bit peculiar, even by the standards of the genre. Although her adventures were squeaky-clean, she herself was curvier than average, and her name clearly intended to evoke the Playboy Bunny girls who were at their apex in the 1960’s. She hung around with roman-a-clef rock groups – the Beagles, the Marmalade Mirage – and featured such oddball back-up strips as ‘Captain Flower’, ‘Sooper Hippie’, and the strangest superhero of all, ‘Fruitman’. We have two new issues of Bunny in stock, both Fruitman-enriched, as well as a couple of Tippy Teens, a My Little Margie with a charming ‘Space Witch’ cover, and – saving the best and rarest for last – Harvey Pop Comics, in which Bunny, the Soular System, the Marmalade Mirage and the gang – but no Fruitman, alas – invite you to plug Bunny’s electric comic in for a Rock Happening! As they aver on the interior pages, Bunny’s the zooviest!