This first piece comes from a reprint of "Bullwinkle" #4 (Whitman series) originally published in 1962, and illustrated by the famed Al Kilgore (a nice article about him HERE by fellow cartoonist Drew Friedman), a stalwart of Gold Key Comics and Bullwinkle art in particular.
Before we move on to our next full story, let's take a quick gander at this goofy three page feature from the CHARLTON comics version of "Bullwinkle and Rocky Comics" #3, November 1970. The artist of the feature is unknown, but the cover (which I goofed and neglected to scan, so we'll see a sort of placeholder image for that) is by Paul Fung, Jr., another well-known Bullwinkle comics artist. It is a bit off-topic, but so peculiar that I can't resist showing it off. You'll see what I mean.
Now that we've saved that moose, we can go on to our main feature today, from Scooby Doo Mystery Comics #29, December 1974.
This one sports a fine pedigree of creators. It is written by Mark Evanier, currently the screenwriter for all Garfield TV cartoon projects, Sergio Aragones' partner on his book "Groo", as well as a long-time comic book author and historian. His excellent blog can be found HERE. The art is by Dan Spiegle, also well-known in the comics field, and the main collaborator on Scooby comics with author Evanier.
A special tip of the hat on this one goes out to WFMU Comic Supplement fan Andy Lester, who graciously supplied a copy of this book to me!
By the way, this edition of the blog is made up entirely of scans from my own collection (except for that Charlton "Bullwinkle" cover), so the art here is larger and sharper than the usual.
This issue also had a spectacular "3rd Annual Kenner 16-Page Fun Catalog" insert in the middle of the book, which was so much fun by itself that I have included it here as well. Enjoy!