I was looking through some old comics when I thought of a new game. I call it Three of a Kind. Here's my first entry. 

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It would take a monthly comic 333.33 years to reach issue 4,000.

One tenth of the way to 4000

500th “anniversaries”.  I’m going to stop here.



How about:





When I first saw Donald Duck Beach Party paired with WDCS #500 (1982 on the license plate) I thought this was another example of Western replacing (inexplicably to my mind) painted covers with line drawn covers, which it did briefly in 1982 as it wound down its comic book division.

But I was able to locate the original from 1972

which is obviously based on the painted version.

Here’s a double three of a kind to illustrate Western replacing painted covers with line drawn covers on its 1982 reprints




I’ve got to say, that pink smoke isn’t very scary


I think Western really liked “modes of transportation” packed with characters



While we’re at it, Woody and friends have inspired a hayride three of a kind



Dave Palmer said:

Here’s a double three of a kind to illustrate Western replacing painted covers with line drawn covers on its 1982 reprints

Am I right in guessing that the color palette for the line-drawn covers is less expensive to print?

A hayride full of "Frisky Animals" seems like a risky proposition!

Here’s a three of a kind with two covers and a panel.  Does anyone know of a third cover that would be appropriate?



Is this a stretch?

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