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Little LuLu Comic Books

Updated on October 3, 2013

Little Lulu, Tubby, Witch Hazel - We loved them all!

Little Lulu Comic Books were my favorites growing up. I loved Little Lulu outsmarting Tubby and telling Witch Hazel stories to Alvin. Recently I located a vintage Little Lulu comic book and was delighted to rediscover the classic content from an adult reader's perspective.

Little Lulu Knew What She Wanted and How to Get It!

An early role model of a strong female.

Today some people want to call Little Lulu a feminist. I would just call her a strong girl who knew what she wanted and how to get it. Created with lots of humor and a sense of the ridiculous, nevertheless Little Lulu blazed the way for little girls to roll up their sleeves and take charge.

"Everybody's Favorite Juvenile Feminist:

She's 7 Years Old and 70 Years Young!" gives a 21st Century look at the Classic Little Lulu, with some well-done nostalgic summaries of the early comic book editions.

Don't be mad at them, Annie, they can't help it, they're boys!

The Little Lulu Comic Characters

Little Lulu's family, friends and foes.

Reaquaint yourself with the Little Lulu Gang.

Little Lulu (Lulu Moppet)

Tubby Tompkins

Annie Inch or Magee

Iggy Inch or Magee

Alvin James or Jones

Gloria Darling

Wilbur Van Snobbe

Willy Wilkins

The Westside Guys

Mr. And Mrs. George Moppet

Miss Feeny

Ol' Witch Hazel

Little Itch

Read a Little Lulu Comic Right Now

'Ol Witch Hazel and the Weary Travelers

Ever wonder how Halloween got its name? Little Lulu tells Alvin the whole story.

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Vintage Little Lulu Comic Books - Take a trip back in time and read Little Lulu again as an adult.

Little Lulu is as fun as ever, and you'll discover some bonuses you missed as a child.

"We Love Little Lulu" Sites Not to Miss - Written by Little Lulu Hobbyists and Comic Book Experts

Someone put a lot of work into these Little Lulu sites. Just have lots of fun, or learn more details and facts about the creator and writers of Little Lulu and how she evolved through thirty years.

Watch the Little Lulu TV Episodes - The Classic Comics Came to Life on TV

New Poll Module

We all love Little Lulu, but who was your favorite supporting character?

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Here's my own Little Lulu, my granddaughter, Lacey. She's just as smart, strong-willed and resourceful.

Here's my own Little Lulu, my granddaughter, Lacey. She's just as smart, strong-willed and resourceful.
Here's my own Little Lulu, my granddaughter, Lacey. She's just as smart, strong-willed and resourceful.

Do you love Little Lulu? - Did you have a favorite story?

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      5 years ago

      Back in early-to-mid 50's I used to get my subscription Little Lulu in the mail - folded in half lengthwise w/brown paper label. Loved that day when mailman brought one to me!

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      6 years ago

      Little Lu Lu... Cute & Funny...LOVE IT!

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      6 years ago

      Little Lulu comics are great i also loved Tin Tin.

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      6 years ago

      i love all of little lulu books sense i was little and i still do today and i always will there really funny!!!!!!!!!!

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      7 years ago

      loved little lulu when i was young.

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      7 years ago

      What a fun trip down memory lane with Little Lulu! Blessed by a Squid Angel aboard the Labor Day Bus.

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      7 years ago

      I love comic books even now, my favourite were Mandrake, Phantom and Tarzan. I should search for LuLu it sounds interesting.

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      7 years ago from East Central Florida

      I did like Little LULU. I was not allowed to read comics very often, but I did like her.

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      8 years ago

      As a child I loved Little Lulu. I had a Golden Book called "Little Lulu and Her Magic Tricks". I was fascinated by the fact that it had a small package of Kleenex attached. If I remember correctly Little Lulu's tricks all involved the Kleenex. Since this would have been in the mid-1950's I have forgotten the details of the story, but seeing the lens brought back a fun memory of the book. Thanks.

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      9 years ago

      "Bud" Irving Tripp was a comics illustrator for Western Publishing, Poughkeepsie, NY. His specialty was Little Lulu comics. He worked at Western after his Army service in WW II until the early '80s when Western moved to Racine, Wisconsin. He was a talented artist outside of his comics work. Bud died of cancer in Florida, November 27.

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      perfumereviews lm 

      9 years ago

      This looks really sweet! :) Nice lense. Unfortunately, I can't share a favorite Lulu story because I've never read this as a kid. It all seems really adorable though. :)

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      9 years ago

      I still love Little Lulu and Witch Hazel. Nice lens 5*s

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      Dianne Loomos 

      10 years ago

      I used to love Little Lulu. I bet it would be interesting to read a Little Lulu comic now.

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      10 years ago

      This lens is great i have one of lulu comic book :P 5 stars

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      Moe Wood 

      10 years ago from Eastern Ontario

      I had completely forgotten about this little character. Too cute...

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      10 years ago

      LuLu was very smart and cute You did a good Job!

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      10 years ago

      I'll be a fan of Lulu Moppet until the day I die. After collecting back issues of the comics for a couple of decades, I reached deep into my pockets a 2-3 years ago and bought a few items I'll treasure forever: John Stanley's rough "pencils" for a "Nancy" comic that introduced the character Oona Goosepimple; and three original Marjorie Henderson Buell single-panel drawings from the 1930s.

      I'm with you, Nany - the Witch Hazel stories are absolutely the best feature of the comics and are among the best fantasy stories of the 20th century.

      I have some of my Lulu items among my Flickr posts. Go to my flickr site at and have a look sometime.

      Love your page - it's just great!

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      Nancy Oram 

      10 years ago

      I especially loved the stories about Witch Hazel. They seemed to always start with a little girl collecting beeble berries in the forest. I asked my mom for some beeble berries.


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