(See also Stanley and His Monster)
Regular ongoing series that ran for 108 issues starring the characters the refined but gullible Fauntleroy Fox and the streetwise Crawford Crow. They also starred with other characters in DC's funny animals anthology Real Screen Comics (first issue titled Real Screen Funnies) beginning in 1945, then did likewise when DC converted the superhero title Comic Cavalcade to a funny-animal series in 1948. Until the 1954 demise of Comic Cavalcade, Fox and Crow were cover-featured on three DC titles.
The Fox and the Crow itself was renamed Stanley and His Monster beginning with #109 (May 1968), after the back-up feature, begun in #95 (Jan. 1966), that had taken over in popularity.
|Total £||342.00||694.06||1,040||2,080||3,130||6,370||10,190||12,740||15,290||Total title value in pounds in UK markets|
|Total $||467.00||944.80||1,420||2,840||4,250||8,740||13,970||17,460||20,950||Total title value in dollars in US markets|
Note: some PR issues may have no value. Selected issues in FN, VF or VF/NM may not exist in some titles.