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  Shiver & Shake characters and strips...

   Creepy Car
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    Creepy Car
   
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Cute little Creepy was an ageing spectral vehicle who put his
   ghostly prescence to good use, spooking bullies and crooks,
   and aiding and abetting the underdog...
                 
   Creepy bore a certain resemblance to Chuggaboom (from
   Penelope Pitstop, remember?) He was a goodly soul, though
   it was never made clear how he became a ghost. If he "died"
   in a car crash how come he wasn't all bashed up? And hang
   about, can cars really "die" anyway..?

   Creepy was a latecomer to the pages of Shiver & Shake,
   putting in his first appearance some time in July 1974.
   He went on to become a Whoopee! star after Shiver & Shake
   merged with the title in October that same year...

   Creepy's annual appearances were interesting. He didn't turn
   up until Shiver & Shake's 1976 edition. Then he was spirited
   into the Whoopee! Annuals from 1979 - a rare feat for a
   Fleetway strip, shifting between two titles so swiftly.

   Completists may want to know, Creepy also "guested" in
   the 1977 Whoopee! Book of Frankie Stein...

 

   

  

  
Creepy Car
  Facts & Figures


  1st appearance:

  Shiver & Shake
  July 1974


  Also seen in:
  Whoopee! - from
  12th October 1974


  Guest
  appearance:

  Whoopee! Book
  of Frankie
  Stein 1977


  Original artist:
  Reg Parlett


 


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