Magazine issue #4
1960, 68 pages
Cover: Mort Sahl
Bound inside this issue is a "airsickness bag", which the
reader is informed ; "In case of emergency while reading HELP!"
The airsickness bag was to help (sic) the HELP! reader to get by these
troubled times, since issue #4 was published just before the 1960
Dick Van Dyke is featured on the letters page reading issue
#2 of HELP!
Fumetti: "Binky and the Status-Stinker"
by Bernard Shir-Cliff, starring: Dick Van Dyke
Fiction: "The Complete Robin" by Talmage
Photo essay: To the Polls, Ye Sons of Freedom.
Features four page removable and displayable spreads on both Nixon
and Kennedy, both proclaiming each winners of the elections,
that way HELP! reader would be right no matter who won!
Fiction: "The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charlotte
Comics: "The Rumor Go Round", uncredited
artist and author
Comics: "That Movie Where You-Know-Who Gets
" by Jack Davis, reprinted from Humbug.
Photo Phunnie: "The Overworked Suburban Housewife,
USA" movie photos with captions related to housewifes.
Fiction: "The Epigrams of Lusin"
Comics: "Wall Street Made Easy", reprint
from La Via Parisienne, 1924, art by: Herouard
Comic: "Nearly Automatic Warfare", by Paul
Parody: "Lucky Goldilocks" by Anthony Brode
Comic: "Intelligent Anticipation" reprint
from Punch 1922
Fiction: "The Distant Sound of Engines"
by Algis Budrys
HELP! PUBLIC GALLERY: featuring single panel comics,
mostly from College Newspaper.
Comic: "The Great, Wide Hunter" by Arnold
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