Millie the Model 96

Title Published
1945 to March 1962
Issue Numbers
1 to 107
Number of Issues
107
Millie the Model 96 Cover Image
Issue Information
Cover Date
May 1960
 
 
Cover Titles
[Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow!]
 
 
Cover Credits
Stan Goldberg pencils attributed
Stories
  Job
Number
Title Pages Credits
  T-680 Office Beauty Contest
·Millie the Model starring
5 pg art Stan Lee script signed
Stan Goldberg pencils attributed
  T-670 -
·Millie the Model starring
1 pg art Stan Lee script signed
Stan Goldberg pencils attributed
  T-670 -
·Chili the Dilly starring
1 pg art Stan Lee script signed
Stan Goldberg pencils attributed
  T-679 Not a Cent for the Rent!
·Millie the Model starring
3 pg art Stan Lee script signed
Stan Goldberg pencils attributed
  T-671 You Can Draw Millie! 1 pg activity page Stan Lee script signed
Stan Goldberg pencils attributed
  - -

Feature: Hanover and His Honeys
2 pg art Stan Lee script signed
Stan Goldberg pencils attributed
  T-671 Millie Models ... 1 pg activity page Stan Lee script signed
Stan Goldberg pencils attributed
  T-670 -
·Millie the Model starring
1 pg art Stan Lee script signed
Stan Goldberg pencils attributed
  T-678 Popping the Question!
·Millie the Model starring
3 pg art Stan Lee script signed
Stan Goldberg pencils attributed
  J-632 My Wondering Heart 2 pg text
  T-671 Millie's Fashion Cut-outs

Notes: Dress credited to Amy Goodman of Hewlett Neck NY, who was publisher Martin Goodman's daughter. Caption reads in part, "Millie is determined to mention every faithful fan's name - no matter how long it takes!"
1 pg paper doll page Stan Lee script signed
Stan Goldberg pencils attributed

Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Story Information
  T-671 You Design the Outfits 1 pg activity page Stan Lee script signed
Stan Goldberg pencils attributed
  T-688 Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow!
·Millie the Model starring

Notes: Note in last panel reads in part, "Please write and tell me which hair-do you prefer ... Also, tell me if you think I should wear my hair the way I've always worn it, or would you like me to change it?? I'll wait for your letters ..."
3 pg art Stan Lee script signed
Stan Goldberg pencils attributed

Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Story Information