Um, did I just say JUNE?
Here's a Christmas comic book cover you truly will not see anywhere else!
This is MY COPY of NEW FUNNIES # 76 (Dell Comics, Cover Date: June, 1943), and I think I'm safe in assuming that it's the only one like it in the world!
You see, someone - presumably back in 1943, bless their hearts with boughs of holly - apparently adhesively-affixed a precisely cropped SANTA CLAUS HEAD to the front cover of this particular issue of NEW FUNNIES # 76... and did it so deftly that it LOOKS as if it WERE part of the cover!
Look how nicely the contour of Santa's hat and beard meshes with that of Andy Panda's ear! And how the top of Santa's hat peeks over the demarcation of the "blue and yellow"! This was no "slap-on paste job"!
Okay, maybe a stray Santa-whisker ever-so-slightly impinges on the largest wing of the moth, but you must admit that the "head-cropped-Claus" is placed almost perfectly between Andy and the moth. This was performed with great precision!
Consider also that this festive faux-feature is FIXED SO TIGHTLY to the cover that IT SHOWS NO SIGNS OF LOOSENING OR PEELING-OFF - since (I presume) the early-mid 1940s!
Oh, and if Santa is "...checking them TWICE to see which ones are NAUGHTY OR NICE"...