Homer the Happy Ghost

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Homer the Happy Ghost
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Homer, the Happy Ghost #1 (March 1955). Cover art by Dan DeCarlo
Publication information
PublisherMarvel Comics
First appearanceHomer, The Happy Ghost #1 (Mar. 1955)
Created byStan Lee and Dan DeCarlo
In-story information
Speciesghost
Abilitiesflight, intangibility

Homer the Happy Ghost is a fictional supernatural-humor character published by Atlas Comics, the 1950s predecessor of Marvel Comics. The title character first appeared in Homer, The Happy Ghost #1 (March 1955); although strongly resembling Casper, he possesses freckles, a Tintin-style cowlick and a halo. All of Homer's stories were written by Stan Lee and drawn by Dan DeCarlo; the title lasted until 1958. In addition, Atlas published two issues of Adventures of Homer Ghost (June & Aug. 1957.)

In 1969, Marvel revived the character and title for four issues, lasting until May 1970.

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