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The Adventures of Martin Miggs, the Mad Muggle was a wizarding comic book that was published by L. C. A. Comics.[1][2] The first issue was released sometime during the 1960s.[1]

The comic focused on the adventures of Martin Miggs, a "mad" Muggle who was apparently from France, given that he wore the beret and striped shirt often seen in stereotypical depictions of Frenchmen and spoke English mingled with French words in a French accent.[1][3] Costing 7 sickles and 27 knuts, the thirtieth anniversary issue was released in the 1990s and portrayed Martin being left in charge of a classroom and trying to teach the students about animals.[1]

Ron Weasley was an avid reader of this comic. He kept a large stack of issues in his bedroom at The Burrow.[2]

There were at least 6 known issues of this comic.[4]

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