George Baker (1915-1975) was the cartoonist who created The Sad Sack cartoon during World War 2. After the war, he turned it into the Sad Sack comic strip and comic book and drew it until his death in 1975. Here we have an original 13.5x23” comic book page from Sad Sack #60 from 1966. It’s page six of a story and features the Sergeant, who’s obviously wearing some sort of female attracting perfume or chemical being chased around by various female animals. There’s a small brown stain that touches one of the frames of the story but is in nice condition otherwise with no rips or tears and would look good framed up and displayed.