Laff-a-Lympics is a comic series originally published by Marvel Comics from 1978–1979, based on the TV series of the same name.


Issue Cover image Story image Story Release date Premise
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The Meet at Mount Ono March 1978 The Laff-a-Lympians have to climb the dreaded Mount Ono.
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Trouble at the Track Meet April 1978 Snagglepuss and Mildew Wolf are fired as Laff-a-Lympics announcers, and a rude, new announcer is hired in their place. Meanwhile, the Great Fondoo has a new plan to win: learning a spell to turn others to stone.
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The Miraculous Moon Meet! May 1978 Nine of the greatest Laff-a-Lympians get plucked up into space by alien who wants to challenge them for the ownership of Earth.
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Take Me Out to the Brawl Game! June 1978 The Dalton brothers kidnap Captain Caveman to keep him from winning at the baseball meet.
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The Day the Rottens Won! July 1978 The Really Rottens have turned over a new leaf and are competing fairly, but the other members of the Scooby Doobies and the Yogi Yahooeys are now acting out of character.
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The Discount of Monty Cristo August 1978 A magical credit card that grants the user preposterous discounts on purchases is the focus of villainous interest.
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The Purple Pig Puzzle September 1978 When the treasurer of the Laff-a-Lympics loses all the ticket money to a slick gambler, the contestants must beat the gambler's challenge to find a purple pig statue he has hidden, in order to get the money back.
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The Beef of Bagdad October 1, 1978 The Dread Baron tricks Babu into opening a cursed genii bottle, which gets Babu turned into a giant snail.
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Go Rest, Old Man November 1, 1978 A retired sheriff tries to prove himself again, when the tiny Dalton brothers steal the rodeo trophy and lock up the new sheriff and some of the Yogi Yahooeys.
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Now You See Them... December 1, 1978 Aliens from Zoraq bet big on the Really Rottens winning, so they send Dread Baron a teleportation ray gun to get rid of the competition.
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The Toys from Tomorrow January 1, 1979 After an accidental trip from the future, Elroy Jetson gets fooled into giving his toys to Dread Baron, who turns them into weapons against the competition.
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The Ends of the Earth February 1, 1979 It's a special grudge match between the Yogi Yahooeys and the Really Rottens, but key players on the Yahooeys side have been kidnapped and replaced by impostors.
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cener No Laff-a-Lympics Game Today! March 1979 On an off day from the Laff-a-Lympics, the teams are in training. But the Really Rottens are still up for tricks, especially after they get a surprise visit from the brother of the Dread Baron.