Classics Illustrated Junior, #572
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The Hare and the Hound takes up two pages (29-30). The art here sketchier, more angular, and less mature, I believe, than the typical art in CIJ. There is one good subtle twist here. The master, when he sees a hare, says to the dog Catch him! He will be my dinner! When the dog comes back, he points out that the difference between the two animals is that the rabbit was running for his life, whereas the dog was running only for the master's dinner (italics mine). $.15.