Little Dot was a long running comic book series that was published for over 20 years from September 1953 to April 1976 for a total of 164 issues.
Little Dot is a comic book character published by Harvey Comics about a little girl obsessed with dots, spots, and round, colorful objects.
Dot first appeared in 1949 as a supporting feature in Sad Sack and by 1953 was given her own series, joining Harvey's growing cast of child-oriented comedy characters.
Dot introduced several other popular headliners (including Little Lotta and Richie Rich) as back page fillers. Another spin-off title which ran for thirteen years was Little Dot's Uncles & Aunts, about the adventures of Dot's impossibly extended family, each with an obsessive interest or quirky personality trait of their own.