Oddball 1950's Sci-Fi Comic Book Single-Page Fillers from Cosmo The Merry Martian

Z9 and Z7 two-headed funny alien Cosmo the Merry Martian - #1 (of 6) - Page 10 z9nz7

From Cosmo The Merry Martian comic books...profoundly unfunny (but still captivating in their weirdness-osity) single-page gag fillers featuring Z9 'n' Z7, Squarehead, and Jimmy Jupiter...
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Squarehead blows square bubbles from Cosmo the Merry Martian - #1 (of 6) - Page 11 squarehead
Squarehead rides a bike with square wheels Cosmo the Merry Martian - #2 (of 6) - Page 21 squarehead
Squarehead bakes square doughnuts Cosmo the Merry Martian - #3 (of 6) - Page 26 squarehead
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Lonesome Jimmy Jupiter builds a robot girl Egghead Inventor Cosmo the Merry Martian - #2 (of 6) - Page 10 JimmyJupiter
Jimmy Jupiter Egghead Inventor gets in an accident Cosmo the Merry Martian - #3 (of 6) - Page 21 Jimmy Jupiter

 Well, after thinking about it some more, I guess these would be pretty funny if you're  eight years old, which is the target audience for this comic. Anyway...they're so awkwardly bizarre that they're intrisically groovy.

Here's a look at Cosmo The Merry Martian himself...
Cosmo the Merry Martian funny sciience fiction comic book scans fifties
Cosmo the Merry Martian Funny Flying Saucers comic book scans from the fifties 1950's

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David Gale said...

I quite like these!

I think the cube has been vastly under-used in cartoons character design.

jordan said...

I love the squarehead comic.. thanks for sharing.. would love to see more if you have any!

Sherm said...

Hi David & Jordan...I'm really glad to know you like these comics. Looks like Squarehead has his own fan base ^_^

I have just put together another batch of Squarehead comics, and they'll probably be posted by the time you read this. Thanks for the feedback!

Ivan D said...

Haha. The Squarehead comics all have exactly the same gag.

They remind me of David Gale's Mustard Jar comics. And of course, Spongebob Squarepants owes a lot to the Squarehead design.

Sherm said...

Hi Ivan...I just went over and read those Mustard Jar comics on David Gale's blog...Funny stuff!