Huck spends most of this story talking directly to the audience (readers), oblivious to the events around him, as he does in many of his TV cartoons.
Dialogue and situations are "Maltese-ian"! Maltese wrote for the Wally Gator TV cartoon.
Good Bit: The escaped Wally leaves a note on his cage… “Out to lunch! Back about 1964, I like a big lunch! Signed Wally Gator”
This story is one of two in this issue to employ rectangular dialogue balloons, while the other stories do not, indicating a general transition away from the "new graphic style" adopted by Western Publishing, with the start-up of Gold Key Comics in 1962.
Rectangular dialogue balloons. On final interior page of the comic.
Five illustrations of historic and modern American railroad passenger cars with accompanying text. © 1963, Western Publishing Company, Inc. Black and white on inside back cover.