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Krazy - 5th February 1977
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    Krazy - 5th Feb 1977
   
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    Page 2

    A KRAZY LOOK AT TV
    artist:
Bill Titcombe
   
 a spoof of Tarzan

    Page 3


    HANDY ANDY
    artist: Sid Burgon
    storyline: The Buytonic Boy is on his way to help Freaky when he takes
    a tumble and distorts his super-vision. Andy helps him out with a pair of
    shadow binoculars.
    

    Pages
4-5

    THE 12 1/2p BUYTONIC BOY
    artist: Robert Nixon
    storyline: Stev is trainspotting on a bridge, waiting for the Scottish Flyer,
    when he spies a teee across the tracks.
    Krazy notes: Ed fromTthe Krazy Gang puts in a cameo in the first panel.

    Page 6

    IT'S A KRAZY WORLD
    Four more real-life Krazy photographs
.

    Page 7


    SCAREDY CAT
    artist: Terry Bave
    storyline: Scaredy pays a visit to The Duke of Nuke's stately home,
    where he spooks the Duke and Duchess, before turning into
a mus-cat-eer
    
in order to defend himself.
    Krazy notes:
Squeaky does not appear in this week's strip.

    Page 8

    FIT FRED AND SICK SID
    artist: Red Parlett
    storyline: Fred and Sid have a got at curling...


    Page 9

    KRAZY CUT-OUTS
    10 cut-out badges for readers to make
:
    Humpty Dumpty is cracked, Fan of the Fonz, Running in news shoes -
    please pass, If you can read this badge you're too close!, Wanted -
    Starsky and Hutch, Please may I be excused?, Krazy rules ho-kay,
    Under all this hair is a boy, Take me to your larder, Bar soap.


    Page 10

    GAMES CHILDREN PLAY
    artist: Dick Millington
    more playground-style games suggested by readers:
    Reaction Test from Calen Quartly of Glastonbury
    Crocodile from Justine Fraser of Inverness
    Fox Hunt from A. reader of Cambridge

    Page 11

    KRAZY DICTIONARY
    artist: Ed McHenry
    more twisted dictionary definitions, as suggested by readers:
    Stephen Dent of Egham, L Benson of Hamilton, Maria Blackburn
    of Dunfermline, B Morris of Little Hereford, Brian Mellor of Dewsbury,
    Phillip Carson of Nottingham, Ann Bell of Sunderland.
    +
    a half-page advert for School Glue
and the Stick-Up Kids

    Pages 12-13


    KRAZY KARTIES  
    artist: Les Barton
    more mad Karties sugggested by readers:
    James Bond Kartie from Justin Anderson of London SE22
    Eskimo Kartie from Marko Covorusa of Bedford
    Pongo's Bustbin Kartie from Lauren Read of Coulsdon
    Egyptian Kartie from Julie Collier of Swinton
    Irish Kartie from M. Dock of Gravesend
    Bath Kartie from Lane Levesley of Peterborough
    Desert Island Kartie from Mark Heavyside of Barrow-in-Furness
    New York Kartie from Kevin Maskrey of sheffield
    Swiss Kartie from Graham Landi of Maidstone
    Kid Cop Kartie from Peter Richardson of London SE8
    Viking Kartie from Christopher Reed of Doncaster
    Indian Kartie from Simon Hunns of Colchester
    Texan Kartie from Alex Malcolm of Manchester
    Australian Kartie from Michael Birket of Preston
    French Kartie from Peter Cook of Southall
    +
    KRAZY AGONY COLUMN
    artist: Ed McHenry
    Glenn of Basildon says he keeps sleepwalking.

    Page 14


    DETECTIVE FUMBLY'S (NUT)CASEBOOK
    "In the Soup"
by Willie Cook
    storyline: Fumbly has to track down Auntie Daisy's missing recipe book.


    Page 15


    CUSTARD PIE CORNER
    more pastry pastings, suggested by readers:
    Linda and Peter Wallace of Bromsgrove nominate their brother Alan
    Jeremy Gilover of Cheadle nominates comedian/presenter Mike Reid
    Mark Lesurf of Stevenage nominates his brother Paul
    John Watson of Leeds nominates Pongo Snodgrass

    Pages 16-17

    BIRDMAN AND CHICKEN
    artist: Trevor Metcalfe
    storyline: our duo conclude their mistaken encounter with Sourpuss.

    Page 18

    RAY PRESTO
    artist: Dick Millington
    storyline: Ray has to do the shopping for his Mum before he can put on
    his magic show for his pals... so he combines the two...
    Making Magic: Rays shows up a money balancing trick.
    
    Page 19

    a half-page promo for BATTLE and the second part of an A-Z of War.
    +
    small ads forb The Stamp Club and Bridgnorth Stamp Co. and this
    week's Krazy comic disguise info
    +
    this week's Cheeky Question (answer on the next page)

    Pages 20-23

    'ELLO, IT'S CHEEKY
    artist: Frank McDiarmid
    storyline: It's Saturday and Cheeky's off to play golf.
    Cheeky meets: Oi!, Postie, Mad Scientist, Sherlock, Posh Claude,
    The knock-Knock Door, Baker's Boy, Walter Wurx

    Page 24

    a full page promo for a Treborland competition.

    Page 25

    PAWS
    artist: Styx
    storyline: Uh-oh. It's bath time for Paws, who attempts to defy the Kids
    at every turn!

    Pages 26-27.5

    MICKY MIMIC
    artist: Alf Saporito
    storyline: Micky helps Ted to get his kite off the ground.
    Micky mimics: The Buytonic Boy, Elton John, Jim Callaghan,
    Margaret Thatcher and David Steele

    Page 27.5
    
    KRAZY PROMO
    artist: Tom Paterson
    a half-page promo urging readers to reserve their Krazy comics at
    the newsagents.

    Pages 28-29

    THE KRAZY GANG
    starring in "Stage Struck"
    artist:
Ian Knox
    storyline:
When the Scouts and Guides let the organisers down,
    the Gang step in to put on an old folks' show.

    Pages 30-31

    APE JAPES
    artist: Sid Burgon
    Nine great ape japes, starring a Kong-like monster
    +
    a list of readers who have contributed LOLLY WRAPPERS to the comic.

    

   

  

  Krazy
  5th Feb 1977


  Front cover:
  a King Kong
  gorilla
  by Robert Nixon


  Back cover
  disguise:
  a music sheet,
  "Music for piano
  in a flat miner"
  (the piano fell
  on him)



  This week's
  Flick Strip:
  a boy blows up
  a balloon, but the
  air rushes out
  and blows up
  his own head!...
  

  Pages:
  32


  Cover price:
  7p


 


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