The Incredible Hunk (Roy Thomas and Wally Wood) - Topps Krazy Little Comics 1967 (8 pages - 2.5" x 3.5")

The front page shows the Hunk chasing a butterfly with a net.

Page 2 - When the Hunk breaks through a rock wall, Thingamabob tells everyone (including the man carrying a safe) to run.  Blondie is disappointed because she had a hair appointment. Something is lurking under a manhole cover.

Page 3 - Everyone runs while Hunk, with a Phyllis Diller tattoo on his right shoulder, steps on the tail of a "cool cat" with one foot while the other foot hovers over the manhole cover.

Page 4 - The army and Daddy Warbucks arrive to combat the Hunk but Orphan Annie (sewing a flag) claims that he is not a bad guy.  The guy under the manhole cover is the Sub-Mariner. 

Page 5 - As the army prepares to strike with a "Bazooka Bubble Gum," Orphan Annie proclaims her love for the Hunk who has a Selma Diamond tattoo on his left shoulder.

Page 6 - The Hunk rejects Annie because he is looking for someone else.  The man in the lower right corner is giving the Hunk a hot foot.

Page 7 - The Hunk has found his father, The Jolly Green Giant who wants him to help with Spring planting.  The Hunk has stomped on the hot-foot guy and there is a giant can of "diced carrots" in the background. 

Page 8 - The back page is an ad parody for magic tricks.  The magician's rabbit is Bugs Bunny.  The ad suggests that the reader can make ten dollars disappear by sending for the book of tricks.