I don't remember the comics , although I do remember rice paper from somewhere sometime in the distant past. Can't remember where or when ....... if this really existed?
I have a 'definite memory' of a small comic available when I was a child - like a 'younger style' Beano, and about half the size, more A5 than A4.
The special feature of this publication was that it was printed on rice paper, using food colourings for the "inks".
This meant that copies could be easily disposed of, when finished with them, by the simple expedient of eating them.
Few people that I've mentioned it to have been prepared to confirm the existence of this publication, and it is possible that it may only have been available to me when living in Malta,
Anybody else remember such a thing? The internet is quiet on the matter.
Maybe it was felt that it might induce people to attempt to eat less edible comics?