Gold Key comics in the sixties weren't like any other comics. For one thing, most of them had painted covers at a time when nothing at Marvel or DC did. They had limited ads, also and seemingly whiter paper. The content wasn't always riveting, mind you, with lots of licensed product and TV tie-ins, uncredited art (often by greats such as Reed Crandall and Wally Wood) and writing, no letter columns and almost NO super-heroes! That said, the one thing you could always enjoy in a Gold Key comic was the monthly Jokes page. I'm running short on time today so here's one now. Enjoy!