M. F. Enterprises
|Country of origin||United States of America|
|Headquarters location||New York City|
|Key people||Carl Burgos|
|Fiction genres||Superhero, Teen humor, Western|
M. F. Enterprises was a 1966–67 comic book publisher owned by artist and 1970s pulp-magazine entrepreneur Myron Fass, whose holdings also included the black-and-white horror comics magazine imprint, Eerie Publications.
M.F.'s best-known character was Captain Marvel (no relation to the Fawcett Comics, DC Comics or Marvel Comics superheroes of that name), a crimefighting alien android who could detach his head, limbs and hands and send them flying off in all directions whenever he shouted "Split!" and reattach them when he shouted "Xam!".
M. F. Enterprises also published Henry Brewster, a teen-humor comic created by artist Bob Powell, which lasted seven issues and followed the adventures and misadventures of the red-headed All-American teenager and his friends: the big, squeaky-voiced jock Animal; brainy, bespectacled Weenie; and the beautiful Debbie and Melody. Their teacher was a former secret agent named Mr. Secrett, who was always happy to lend a handy gadget when needed.
Although the M. F. Enterprises brand stopped publishing comics in 1967, publisher Myron Fass continued with his Eerie Publications line of black-and-white mostly horror comic magazines until 1981.
- Captain Marvel (4 issues, Apr. – Nov. 1966)
- Captain Marvel Presents The Terrible Five (1 issue, Sept. 1967)—continues the numbering of Captain Marvel
- Great West (1969)
- Henry Brewster (7 issues, Feb. 1966 – Sept. 1967)
- Howlett, Mike, The Weird World of Eerie Publications, Feral House, 2010 p. 283