If a fellow had to choose one single title to perfectly exemplify "Kids' Comics," a solid selection would be Coo Coo Comics, published under the Standard Comics banner, which ran for about a decade over 56 issues. The title didn't have Four Color's astonishing covers - and the best issues of Four Color were the greatest kids' comics ever done - yet Coo Coo was a model of consistency. The three stories posted today will serve as example. Download THIS POST!
This first Super Mouse story is more than likely Milt Stein, but wow does it look like the great TerryToons animator, Jim Tyer, now and then.
This Kermit the Hermit story is the great Don R. Christensen (who often signed his work Don Arr). What a beautiful splash page.
This last Butch and Buttercup story will have to go unidentified (by me, at least). I love the fine-line work within a bigfoot style, but I can't even hazard a respectable guess. I sure like it, though.