Leave It to Binky

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Leave It to Binky is a teen-humor comic book series published by DC Comics that ran for 82 issues.

Publication history[edit]

The adventures of teenager Binky Biggs started in DC Comics' Leave It to Binky #1 (cover-dated March 1948), which ran for 60 issues through 1958.[1] The series was revived by issue #61 (July 1968).[2] With issue #72 (May 1970), the title was shortened to Binky and the series ran until issue #81 (Nov. 1971). Issue #82 was published in Summer 1977.[3]

A spin-off title, Binky's Buddies, ran 12 issues (Feb. 1969 - Dec. 1970).[4]


Artist Henry Scarpelli won a 1970 Shazam Award for Best Inker (Humor Division) for his work on this series, Date With Debbi, and other DC comics.


  1. ^ Leave It to Binky (1948 series) at the Grand Comics Database.
  2. ^ Leave It to Binky (1968 series) at the Grand Comics Database.
  3. ^ Binky at the Grand Comics Database.
  4. ^ Binky's Buddies at the Grand Comics Database

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