Cover of Jackie Jokers issue #1
|First appearance||Jackie Jokers #1 (1973)|
|Full name||Jackie Jokers|
|Supporting character of||Richie Rich|
He debuted in 1973 in his own eponymous title, before being canceled and replaced by the title Richie Rich and Jackie Jokers later that year. He and his similar-looking father, Jerry Jokers, are both stand-up comedians. Also featured is Ben Booker, Jackie's talent agent. In every issue of Richie Rich and Jackie Jokers, a featured story would always show Jackie doing a parody of current movies, TV shows, or commercials.
- Jackie Jokers - 4 issues, 1973
- Richie Rich and Jackie Jokers -- 48 issues, 1973–82
- Jackie Jokers at Don Markstein's Toonopedia. at Don Markstein's Toonopedia. Archive from the original on July 12, 2015
- Minuk, Shaindle; Merrill, David R. "What the Fuck Is the Deal with Jackie Jokers?". Stupid Comics. Archived from the original on March 29, 2015.
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