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Krazy - 8th January 1977
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    Krazy - 8th Jan 1977
   
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    Pages 2-3
    
    THE KRAZY GANG

    starring in "Trouble in Site!"
    artist:
Ian Knox
    storyline:
Part one one of a two-parter. Harry Highrise wants to
    demolish the Gang's hut..


    Page 4

    a full-page editorial revealing the 100 winners of Krazy's
    Gumball Rally competition.


    Page
5

    HANDY ANDY
    artist: Sid Burgon
    storyline: Andy falls foul of a queue-jumper at the hairdressers, so
    he conjurs up a shadow of a hatchet-wielding Red Indian.


    Page 6

    DETECTIVE FUMBLY'S (NUT)CASEBOOK
    "The Purrfect Crime"
by Willie Cook
    storyline: Fumbly thwarts a cat burglar.

    Page 7

    PAWS
    artist: Styx
    storyline: Paws has a spot of bother with his new doggy flap


    Pages 8-9

    THE 12 1/2p BUYTONIC BOY
    artist: Robert Nixon
    storyline: Steve hitches a lift in Uncle Bill's lorry. He helps fix a flat
    tyre and thwarts a pair of would-be lorry-jackers.


    Page 10

    FIT FRED AND SICK SID
    artist:
Reg Parlett
    storyline:
Fred's got a tandem, but Sid's not the keenest cycle partner...
    
    Page 11

    MUMMY - WHY ARE YOUR HANDS SOFT?
    artist:
Ed McHenry
    
"And now! Some krazy answers to the great questions of our time..."
    This introductory page presents us with six Krazy answers to a well-worn
    question. Readers are subsequently invited to send in their own Krazy
    questions in need of an answer...

    
    Page 12

    JOLLY LOLLY
   
 five prize-winning lolly wrappers designed and drawn by readers:
    Steven Roberts of Bradley, Philip Staples of Collingham,
    Richard Knight of Norwich
, Neil Bastian of Leighton Buzzard,
    Aarnould Huisson of Monkstown
+ Jolly Lolly Jokes from
    L Rudnick of Liverpool and Sarah Marshman of St Brelades Bay.


    Page 13


    GAMES CHILDREN PLAY
    artist: Dick Millington
    
more playground games, suggested by readers:
    Triangles by A Reader of Strababe
    Chain Tick by Finlay McKinnell of Wirral
    Balloon Race by Joy Fulleylove of Shirebrook


    Page 14


    DETECTIVES READ FINGERPRINTS..
    KRAZY READS FOOTPRINTS
   
seven small cartoons featuring odd fottprints
    +
    a half-page promo for JINTY & LINDY, in which we'll find out all
    about the private lives of Starsky & Hutch!


    Page 15


    BIG GAME HUNTER
    artist:
Trevor Metcalfe
   
storyline:
BGH arranges a giant game of skittles, using old waxwork
    dummies.
..

    Pages 16-17

    BIRDMAN AND CHICKEN
    artist:
Trevor Metcalfe
    storyline:
Our duo conclude their duel with Mr Mighty...
    Krazy notes:
We learn that Mr Mighty's real name is Wilf Walters.

    Page 18

    RAY PRESTO
    artist:
Dick Millington
    storyline:
Rays gets an unwelcome vistor in the shape of
    Pongo Snodgrass!


    Page 19

    MAKING MAGIC
    
Ray reveals some matchbox magic.
    +
    two small adverts for stamp collectors, info on this week's back
    cover disguise and this week's Cheeky Question (answer revealed
    on the next page)


    Pages 20-23


    'ELLO, IT'S CHEEKY
    artist:
Frank McDiarmid
    storyline:
It's Cheeky's first day back after the school holidays...
    Cheeky meets:
Oi!, The Knock knock Door, Humphrey Dumphrey,
    Gloomy Glad, Baker's Boy, Postie, Teacher, and Walter Wurx.
    Krazy notes: This is Humphrey Dumphrey's first appearance.


    Pages 24-25.5

    MICKY MIMIC
    artist:
Alf Saporito
    storyline:
Bully Burrows has joioned the army, and his bullying has
    got even worse...

    Micky mimics:
Windsor Davies, Captain Mainwaring, Captain Mark Phillips

    Page 25.5

    KRAZY NEWS-POUND
    
five more Krazy news stories, as suggested by readers:
    Tony Ireland of Cottingham, Russell Hagger of Potters Bar,
    Harold Greenwood of Wallasey, Derek Bushall of Liverpool,
    A Reader of Stourbridge.


    Page 26

    KELLY'S TELLY
    artist:
    storyline:
Kelly and his Dad are held up in a bank, until Kelly
    conjurs up a Canadian Pacific Railway train...


    Page 27

    KRAZY DICTIONARY
    artist:
Ed McHenry
   
 more twisted dictionary definitions, as suggested by readers:
    Caroline Jones of Great Dunmow, Geraint Davies of Penarth,
    Duncan MacDonald of Giffnock, Daryl Dentrecasteaux of London N15,
    Simon Burr of London NW5, R Knight of Norwich, Susan Edwards
    of Leicester, Andrew McGinty of Wembley.

    +
    a half-page promo for an FA Cup chart, free in SHOOT!


    Page 28

    CUSTARD PIE CORNER
    
more pastry pastings, suggested by readers:
    Andrew Stansfield of Bradford nominates himself
    Steven Turner of Edinburgh nominates two twits
    Karen Cameron of Kirkintilloch nominates her sister Lesley
    +

    KRAZY AGONY COLUMN
    artist: Nick Baker
    Christopher of Leeds says his bike is too big for him

    Page 29

    SCAREDY CAT
    artist: Dick Millington
    storyline: Scaredy is spooked by two pals in a bed sheet, and leaps
    onto a high ledge. The occupant of the flat is not amused, and locks
    our moggy in his fiood cupboard, but Scaredy escapes by transforming
    into a cat-chup bottle...
    

    Page 30

    a half-page advert for School Glue and The Stick-Up Kids
    +
    a trio of small ads for Explorer Approvals (stamps), The Sterling Stamp
    Service and Philatelic Services
    +
    a Krazy coupon to give to your newsagent

    Page 31

    KRAZY LESSON OF THE WEEK:
    YOGA FOR BEGINNERS

    artist: ?

    storyline: A yoga expert gets himself into knots, allowing a thief
    to raid his safe!


    

   

  

  Krazy
  8th Jan 1977


  Front cover:
  a Krazy
  Firing Squad
  by Mike Lacey


  Back cover
  disguise:
  a Krazy school
  certficicate...



  This week's
  Flick Strip:
  a lad is crushed
  by a 10 ton
  weight...
  

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