A mildly amusing story at best but note at the bottom the ad that appeared in the middle of it. This isn't the first time I've seen this ad ina Charlton comic bit it is, I believe, the first time I've seen it in a funny animal story.
Last year I wrote the Introduction to a book collecting old comic book stories about Mummies. I didn't know about this one, a MAD-style piece from the Tony Tallarico-edited QUASIMODO'S MONSTER MAGAZINE.
Here we have another example of Good Pachyderm Art, this credited to the still very much with us Allen Bellman who is featured in the next issue of Alter Ego. You'll note that this post-war YA story has eliminated group member Whitewash Jones, one of the most racially insensitive characters in 1940s comics.
Let's drop in on the final chapter of a serial already in progress starring a 1940s Harry Potter prototype--in name at least. This story of the Boy Wizard is credited with a question mark in GCD to Pierce Rice.