The comic seems to date back to the late 1940's which seemed like antiquity to me as a kid in the early 1970's. Because of that, I assumed that such books would be in print forever.
They nearly were--this is an edition I must have bought in the 1980's or later, although I don't think the book is in print any more. If it is, it is likely to be revamped almost beyond recognition. The figures are very deft--Disney-esque Fred Moore types, and like most art of that era, it shows a lot of skill.
The whole book (which is short) contains only a few more pages by this artist, but I will scan what I can over the next few days.
AGGIE MACK seems to have lasted a long while but it must have been relatively obscure. I never heard of it outside of this book, until I noticed several anthologies of it for sale on AMAZON FRANCE. She seems to be very well remembered in France, although the later version I saw there a while back looked like it was done by another artist than this one.