Black and white on inside front cover.
Heckle and Jeckle are depicted as "flying and nesting birds" in this story. Reads very much like a cartoon with lively cartoon-type dialogue and much slapstick violence.
This was originally a seven-page story, but only page one is printed here. At a glance, this edited version looks like a one-page gag story - until you read it and discover no punchline or kicker at its end. There is no indication to the reader that this anything but a gag that falls flat. Its later reprint, in Paul Terry's Comics (St. John, 1951 Series) #96 (December 1952), is printed in its entirety.
A very cartoon-like story (in the positive sense).
Black and white on inside back cover.