The Banana Splits (Hanna Barbera…)

 BSHB   (Gold Key, 1969-1971)

™ and ©1970 Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.

The Banana Splits are a funny animal rock and roll quartet from the late 1960s, when it was still possible to imagine such a concept without contracting a toxic dose of irony poisoning. The Banana Splits consist of a dog, a toothless lion, a gorilla, and an elephant, apparently adapted from a Hanna-Barbera animated series. Gold Key provides the standard kiddie-comics adaptation, with big colorful artwork and fast-moving stories featuring those crazy Splits in the Old West, on a riverboat, and in all manner of wild adventures.

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#1

  6/1/1969
  $0.15
  $29.00
2 copies available from $10.00
1st Appearance of Bingo (in comics); 1st appearance of Drooper (in comics); 1st appearance of Fleegle (in comics); 1st appearance of Snorky (in comics)  

#2

  4/1/1970
  $0.15
  $65.00
No copies available
   

#3

  7/1/1970
  $0.15
  $13.50
No copies available
   

#4

  10/1/1970
  $0.15
  $14.00
No copies available
   

#5

  1/1/1971
  $0.15
  $14.00
No copies available
   

#6

  4/1/1971
  $0.15
  $245.00
1 copy available for $39.99
   

#7

  7/1/1971
  $0.15
  $12.00
No copies available
   

#8

  10/1/1971
  $0.15
  $6.00
No copies available