Publication Dates: March-May 1950 – April-June 1962
Number of Issues Published: 56 (#1 – #56)
Dimensions: standard Golden Age US, later Standard Silver Age US
Paper Stock: glossy cover; newsprint interior
Publishing Format: was ongoing series
Also 2 issues Dell Four Colour
Information thanks to the Grand Comics Database
Little Iodine was an American Sunday comic strip, created by Jimmy Hatlo, which was syndicated by King Features and ran from August 15, 1943 until August 14, 1983. The strip was a spin-off of They’ll Do It Every Time, an earlier Hatlo creation.
From August 14, 1943 to February 13, 1966, Little Iodine was written and drawn by Hatlo, who said, “I tried to make her the embodiment of all the brats I knew… I tried to make her naughty as hell—and still likable.”
Al Scaduto also contributed to the strip from February 20, 1966 to September 3, 1967, with Hy Eisman and Bob Dunn taking the strip from September 10, 1967 through its end in August 1983. Iodine also appeared in a series of 56 Dell Comics between 1949 and 1962.
51-56 FCC 224,257