Riot 6

Title Published
April 1954 to June 1956
Issue Numbers
1 to 6
Number of Issues
6
Riot 6 Cover Image
Issue Information
Cover Date
June 1956
Indicia Frequency
bi-monthly
Indicia Publisher
Warwick Publications, Inc.
 
 
Cover Credits
Joe Maneely pencils and inks unsigned
Contributions
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Cover Creator Credit
Stories
  Job
Number
Title Pages Credits
J-555 The Life And Legends Of Quiet Burp Page 1
J-555 The Life And Legends Of Quiet Burp

Notes: Wyatt Earp parody.
5 pg art Stan Lee script signed
John Severin pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Pieter Bell: Creator Credit
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  J-605 I Was There! 2 pg text John Severin pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Pieter Bell: Creator Credit
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  J-376 Why Izzit? 2 pg art Stan Lee script signed
Dan DeCarlo pencils signed
Rudy Lapick inks guess

Contributors:
Pieter Bell: Creator Credit
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
J-601 Loona The Jungle Girl! Page 1
J-601 Loona The Jungle Girl!

Notes: Lorna The Jungle Girl parody.
3 pg art Stan Lee script signed
Bill Everett pencils and inks signed
Bill Everett letters attributed

Contributors:
Pieter Bell: Creator Credit
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  J-373 Mother Goosepimple's Nursery Rhymes 2 pg art Stan Lee script signed
John Severin pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Pieter Bell: Creator Credit
John Benson: Creator Credit
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  - Fleanix Tissues

Notes: Fake advertisement; Tiny Lolo says (Little Lulu) says: You'll love the way Fleanix Tissues pop right up!
1 pg art Bill Everett pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  - Wildsnoot IceCream Hair Grease

Notes: Fake advertisement; Don't Have Unruly Hair
1 pg art Bill Everett pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Pieter Bell: Creator Credit
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  - Lightweight Bike Sensation From England!

Notes: Fake advertisement; So light that it flies when you put air in the tires!
1 pg art Bill Everett pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Pieter Bell: Creator Credit
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  - The New 1956 Forf

Notes: Fake advertisement; Uses plain water instead of gasoline! You won't go anywhere - but it's non-inflammable!
1 pg art Bill Everett pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Pieter Bell: Creator Credit
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  J-374 Riot's Cartoonists Look At School Kids

Notes: DeCarlo imitating some of the popular magazine cartoonists of the day including Hank Ketcham
2 pg art Stan Lee script signed
Dan DeCarlo pencils signed
Rudy Lapick inks guess

Contributors:
Pieter Bell: Creator Credit
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
J-549 Pascal The Rascal Or A Comic Strip Is Born by Yank Kitchen Page 1
J-549 Pascal The Rascal Or A Comic Strip Is Born by Yank Kitchen

Notes: Signed by Stan & Joe in last panel.

"Pascal the Rascal" is possibly the 5 page parody of Hank Ketcham's "Dennis the Menace" that would inspire the creation and publication of Melvin the Monster #1 July 1956. The 5 page parody is even signed by "Yank Kitchen"! Geddit! Doc Vassallo in his article on Joe Maneely, Alter Ego # 28 (Sep 03), described Melvin the Monster as: "the warped clone of Hank Ketchum's Dennis the Menace" and what a warped version "Pascal the Rascal" is. Stan and Joe obviously had a blast parodying Dennis I wonder what inspired them to create and produce Melvin as a regular "kiddie humour" book?
5 pg art Stan Lee script signed
Joe Maneely pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Pieter Bell: Creator Credit
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit