Lot-o'-Fun was a weekly comic published by James Henderson & Sons from 17 March 1906. It was taken over by the Amalgamated Press in 1920 and continued until 16 February 1929, when it merged into Crackers after a total of 1196 issues. It was printed at tabloid size, eight pages long, and the contents were half comic strips, half text stories, which humour aimed at all ages. Strips included:
- "The Adventures of Winkle and Binkle Minor" (Entwistle)
- "Chu, Chin and his Chow" (Freddie Crompton)
- "Dreamy Daniel (George Davey)
- "Joey, the Handy Lad"
- "The Moonshine Movie Nibs" (Julius Stafford Baker
- "Paul Push" - He Gets the Sack Every Week
- "Patriotic Paul" (Harry O'Neill)
- "Sammy Sample" (Freddie Adkins)
- "Topsy of the Tea Shop"
- "Victor's Adventures" (Walter Booth)
- "Will the Wanderer" (Vincent S. Daniel)
- Lew Stringer, Flashback to 1912: Lot-O'-Fun, Blimey! It's Another Blog About Comics!, 9 December 2009