Cap's Hobby Center/Cap's Hobby Hints was a strip that appeared in 60s DC books at least as often as, say, Chief Hot Foot or Peg. You're unlikely to see it show up here very often, though, as most instalments were more concerned with passing on tips about how to paint model airplane wings than telling terrible jokes. Every once in a while, however, whoever was writing Cap took a shot at being funny. They did not succeed.
I looked really hard for a punchline here, you guys. I checked subsequent pages just in case it was a two-parter; I reread it two or three times; I showed it to my own dog. Nothing. I am forced to conclude that this is the most terrible attempt at humour that I have ever encountered.
- from Lois Lane No. 62
BONUS LIST OF POSSIBLE MORALS TO THIS STORY
Dogs Are Wusses
The Children of Today Are Negligent Model-maniacs
Kids: If Anyone You Love Expresses Interest in Something Other Than You, Leave Immediately
The Time is Ripe to Start Marketing Models for Dogs
Engaging in Frivolous Activity Will Cost You Everything You Hold Dear
Discard Inefficient Biological Sources of Joy: THE AGE OF PLASTICS IS AT HAND
A Dog Holding a Bindle is Not as Funny as You Might Think it is.