That Herc cover reminded me of the classic Saxton Hale comic, Saxton Hale’s Barbershop Action.
Saxton Hale’s Barbershop Action capitalized on the brief “haircut” fad of the early 60s. Its breakaway success would lead to the ancillary titles Saxton Hale’s Barbershop Romance and Haircut Horrors Starring Saxton Hale’s Ghost. By Issue #40, however, the peacenik movement had gripped America in its filthy, tangled mane, and haircut fiction saw a steep decline. This would be the start of a longtime feud between Hale and hippies, which would culminate in his firebombing Woodstock from a helicopter.
He does quite well for someone with only enough testosterone to grow a moustache.