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Krazy - 5th March 1977
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    Krazy - 5th March 1977
   
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    Page 2

    A KRAZY LOOK AT TV  
    artist: Bill Titcombe
    storyline: a spoof of Starsky & Hutch

    Page 3


    HANDY ANDY
    artist: Sid Burgon
    storyline: Andy thwarts a thief by using a shadow of his hand..
    Krazy notes: Andy uses his hand to make his shadow, but at the
    end of the strip, we're shown a shadow-making method using a
    bunch of bananas tied to your foot!
    

    Page 4


    BODY QUIZ
    artist: Les Barton
    readers have to complete the Krazy body parts (ie: rib-cage,
    ear-drum, etc).

    Page 5

    A KRAZY LOOK AT HISTORY
    artist: Ed McHenry
    a page of history-mocking cartoons featuring spoofs of William Tell,
    Robert the Bruce, Sir Walter Raleigh, King Alfred and Queen Victoria


    Page 6


    CUSTARD PIE CORNER
    Jim Hefferman of West Ewell nominates his brother
    Harvey Salmon of Norwich nominates Cheeky
    Lucy Goodman of Winchester nominates her sister
    Paul Shek of Perth nominates Rod Hull and Emu
    

    Page 7


    SCAREDY CAT
    artist: Terry Bave
    storyline: Scaredy is spooked in the Colonel's swimming pool,
    and turns himself into a catfish.

    Pages 8-9


    THE 12 1/2p BUYTONIC BOY
    artist: Ed McHenry?
    storyline: Major Moneybags asks Steve to escort a priceless painting
    from Moneybags Mansion  to Sunville Art Gallery.
    Krazy notes: Not sure who's standing in for Robert Nixon on this week's
    strip, but Ed McHenry is an educated guess...

    Page 10

    MICKY MIMIC
    artist: Alf Saporito
    storyline: Micky meets a Scotsman who's struggling to learn the bagpipes.
    Micky mimics: Hughie Green and Esther Rantzen.

    Page 11

    KRAZY DICTIONARY
    artist: Ed McHenry

    more twisted dictionary definitions, as suggested by readers:

     Graham Rainger of Salisbury, Jason Harvey of Altrincham,
    Timthy Jenkins of Newport, Andrew Taylor of Southam,
    Gregory Wyard of Colchester, A Arkinstall of Stockton-on-Tees,
    Steven Coy of Cinderford, Alan Hall of Leigh-on-Sea.
    +
    a half-page promo for part one of a Fate & Fortune wall chart in
    this week's JINTY & LINDY.

    Pages 12-13


    YOUR DREAMS - AND WHAT THEY MEAN
    artist: Nigel Edwards
    a two-page look at dreams, from a typically Krazy perspective.

    Page 14

    DETECTIVE FUMBLY'S (NUT)CASEBOOK
    "It's Crystal Clear" by Willie Cook
    storyline: Gypsy Clara helps Fumby catch the chap who stole her
    takings.

    Page 15

    GAMES CHILDREN PLAY
    artist: Dick Millington
    more games suggested by readers:
    Krazy Sentences from Elizabeth Jones of Ely
    Directions from Julie Watson of Thornby-on-Tees
    Whose Shoes? from Michelle Touzel of Margate

    Pages 16-17

    BIRDMAN AND CHICKEN
    artist: Trevor Metcalfe
    storyline: Captain Kid and his crew takes over the local boating pond -
    part one of a two-part adventure...

    Page 18


    RAY PRESTO
    artist: Dick Millington
    storyline: Ray explores some words with magic powers.
    Making Magic: How to make a rubber ban "move" over your fingers

    Page 19

    a half-page advert for a free Biotronic Man Kit in issue two of 2000AD
    +
    smalls ads for D J Hanson Ltd (stamps), the Bridgnorth Stamp Co. and
    W J Dayman (stamps)
    +
    this week's Cheeky Question (answer on next page)

    Pages 20-23

    'ELLO, IT'S CHEEKY
    artist: Frank McDiarmid
    storyline: Cheeky goes Saturday Shopping in Horrid's Dept. Store.
    Cheeky meets: Oi!, The Knock-Knock Door, Mad Scientist, Postie,
    Liz from the Krazy Gang, Baker's Boy, Auntie Daisy, Walter Wurx
    and Teacher.

    Page 24

    FIT FRED AND SICK SID
    artist: Red Parlett
    storyline: Fred reckons he's as tough as a Guardsman.

    Page 25

    PAWS
    artist: Styx
    storyline: Paws is fed up with being ordered around, so he runs
    away from home... but not for long!

    Page 26

    IT'S A KRAZY WORLD
    three more captioned b/w photographs

    Page 27

    KRAZY NEWS-POUND
    five more stupid news stories, suggested by readers:
    A Reader of New Malden, Trevor Stone of Sutton,
    Kevin Johnson of Appleton, Garry Speed of Staines,
    Douglas Greenwell of Sunderland.
    +
    KRAZY AGONY COLUMN
    artist: Ed McHenry
    Timothy Roberts of Poole wants help to sleep at nights.
    +
    small ads for the Sterling Stamp Service and Rosebery Stamp Service

    Page 28

    KELLY'S TELLY
    artist:
    storyline: Kelly gets a handyman to help him paint the family
    home, but he switches channels to the rugby and mayhem ensues.

    Page 29

    FULL O'BEANS
    six Krazy ways to seve up beans on toast
    +
    this week's Krazy Comic Disguise info
    +
    news of a forthcoming Krazy Diary for 1977 - stay tuned for
    more info next week!

    Pages 30-31

    THE KRAZY GANG in "Signal Failure"
    artist: Ian Knox
    storyline: Brainy abuses use of the Gang's special signal.



   

  

  Krazy
  5th March 1977


  Front cover:
  ID Parade
  by Mike Lacey


  Back cover
  disguise:
  a pretend
  plaster cast



  This week's
  Flick Strip:
  a man gets
  boxed in the
  face by a party
  streamer...
  

  Pages:
  32


  Cover price:
  7p


 


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