Template:Unreferenced Template:Infobox comics character Homer the Happy Ghost is a fictional character published by Atlas Comics in the 1950s. Created in response to the popularity of Harvey Comics' Casper the Friendly Ghost, Homer first appeared in Homer, The Happy Ghost #1 (Mar. 1955); although strongly resembling Casper, he possesses freckles and a halo. All of Homer's stories were written by Stan Lee and drawn by Dan DeCarlo. The title lasted until 1958. In addition, the Atlas imprint Marvel Comics published two issues of the title Adventures of Homer Ghost from June–August 1957.
In 1969, Marvel revived the character and title for four issues, lasting until May 1970.