Vee/Cleland used a wide variety of paper sizes. The size of the first issue is unknown, but might be tabloid size as some of its other early publications were. Issue 2 and 3 were pocket size. Some subsequent issues were standard US Golden Age comic size. By issue 14 at the latest, the comics were printed in landscape format, with story pages printed two-up. Later issues (from at least issue 59) were standard US comic size.