Check out this fun, breezy teen comic from 1976: “Tom, Dick and Harriet” from the very first issue of Gold Key Spotlight.
Written by Mark Evanier and drawn by Lee Holley -- one of the great “ghost” artists from Hank Ketcham’s Dennis the Menace studio.
According to Evanier’s website,
For more on Lee Holley and Ponytail comics, click on the cover below…
“Lee Holley is a terrific cartoonist who worked for Hank Ketcham and Chuck Jones, and later drew a successful newspaper strip called Ponytail. Everyone felt he drew the cutest girls you could imagine, so Gold Key asked me to create a "teen" comic he could illustrate. They came up with the name of the comic (which I didn't like) but it was otherwise all "mine" (and Lee's) for the first two of its three appearances in this Showcase-type comic. I was told the first issue sold well and for about a month there, they were ready to launch it as a regular title, complete with spin-offs and such. I still don't know what happened, since I left the company before that could occur...”