Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan

 ACAC   (Gold Key, 1973-1974)

™ and © Western Publishing Company, Inc.

Who would have taken the Chinese detective of Earl Derr Biggers (1884-1933)—who received no help from his children in those mystery novels, by the way—added 10 kids, and turned him into an animated show for kids? Hanna-Barbera, of course. What company would license the property? Western’s Gold Key imprint, of course. The show started in 1972, and the comic book had four issues.

— Maggie Thompson

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#1

  5/1/1973
  $0.15
  $32.00
1 copy available for $6.01
Mark Evanier’s first story published in U.S.Mark EvanierWarren Tufts

#2

  8/1/1973
  $0.20
  $28.00
1 copy available for $5.25
90286-308 Warren Tufts

#2 Variation A

  8/1/1973
  $0.20
  $22.00
No copies available
Whitman edition Warren Tufts

#3

  11/1/1973
  $0.20
  $19.00
1 copy available for $3.75
  Warren Tufts

#4

  2/1/1974
  $0.20
  $22.00
1 copy available for $4.50
  Warren Tufts