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Krazy - 12th February 1977
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    Krazy - 12th Feb 1977
   
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    Page 2

    PONGO GOES TO GROUND  
    artist:
    storyline:
Pongo attempts to tunnel his way into the Krazy Gang's hut.

    Page 3


    HANDY ANDY
    artist: Sid Burgon
    storyline: Andy nips into Cafe Posh, where a put-upon Chef is being
    plagued by flies. His Tarantula hand shadow saves the day, and is put to
    good use creating twenty extra meals for Major Money-bags, who's turned
    up unexpected.
    

    Pages
4-5

    KRAZY KARTIES  
    artist: Les Barton
    The final selection of prize-winning karties, suggested by readers.
    Pirate Kartie by Stephen Brown of Tadworth
    Welsh Kartie by James Bowen of Tunbridge Wells
    Caveman Kartie by Matthew Martinez of Bishops Stortford
    Eskimo Kartie by Nicholas Moss of Trimley St Mary
    Spanish Kartie by Teresa Hutchins of Harrow Weald
    Hawaiian Kartie by Peter Rollinson of Burgess Hill
    Saudi Arabian Kartie by Gary Oliver of Walsall
    Egyptian Kartie by Martin Crofts of Leicester
    British Kartie by Lisa Causier of Leeds
    Scottish Kartie by Peter Inman of Birmingham
    Double-Decker Kartie by Derek McGinnigle of Maidenhead
    Italian Kartie by Timothy Geeves of Enfield
    +
    KRAZY AGONY COLUMN
    artist: Ed McHenry
    Richard of Thurles says he's not very good at drawing pictures.

    Page 6

    SMART ALEC
    artist: Mike Brown
    storyline: Smimy Sid and Creepy Chris fool Alec with a fake funfair,
    so he sets upon them with a well-spiked home-built dodgem car.

    Page 7


    IT'S A KRAZY WORLD
    another trio of real-life Krazy photographs, and a Crocker cartoon insert.

    Pages 8-9

    THE 12 1/2p BUYTONIC BOY
    artist: Robert Nixon
    storyline: Steve stops a runaway truck with the aid of some extra-strong glue.
    Krazy notes: Yikes! - The truck driver is actually asleep at the wheel - that's
    a criminal offence nowadays!

    Page 10

    A KRAZY LOOK AT TV
    artist: Bill Titcombe
    a spoof of Sale of the Century

    Page 11

    CUSTARD PIE CORNER
    more pastry pastings, suggested by readers:
    Melanie Green nominates her sister Beverley
    Simon Bayley of Birmingham nominates himself
    Andrew Bannerman of Kirkaldy nominates King Kong
    +
    small ads for The Bridgnorth Stamp Co. and Philatelic Services,
    and this week's Krazy comic disguise info

    Pages 12-13


    GROWN-UPS RULE - OKAY? ... NO!
    artist: Nigel Edwards
    It's one rule for kids, but a different one for adults - at least, that's
    what Krazy thinks!


    Page 14


    DETECTIVE FUMBLY'S (NUT)CASEBOOK
    "Hide and Seek"
by Willie Cook
    storyline: Fumbly apprehends a smuggler called Sid Smiggles.

    Page 15


    KRAZY DICTIONARY
    artist: Ed McHenry
    more twisted dictionary definitions, as suggested by readers:
    Bohdan Danylks of Bradford, Daryl Dentrecasteaux of London N15,
    A Reader of Exeter, Charles Parkes of Leeds, Paul Weston of Rainham,
    Ashley McLucas of Castlerock, Richard Divall of Wimbourne,
    Rosalind Ames of King's Lynn.
    +
    a half-page promotion for BATTLE and the third part of an A-Z of War.

    Pages 16-17

    BIRDMAN AND CHICKEN
    artist: Trevor Metcalfe
    storyline: Our heroes encounter The Puzzler.
    Krazy notes: In the first panels, we are reminded that Birdman works
    as an office assistant for Mullins Mail Order company.

    Page 18

    RAY PRESTO
    artist: Dick Millington
    storyline: Ray's attempts at ventriloquism are thwarted by Bully Burrows,
    so he enlists Wee Willie to help get his own back.
    Making Magic: How to make a sliding knot.

    Page 19

    KRAZY NEWS-POUND
    
five more silly news stories sent in by readers:
    David Breslin of Wimbledon, Lorraine Stapleton of Gwynedd,
    A Reader, Andrew Bailey of Batley, Sarah Lee of Bath.
    +
    small ads for Sterling Stamp Service, Wade Whimsies and
    W J Dayman (stamps)
    +
    this week's Cheeky Question (answer on the next page).

    Pages 20-23

    'ELLO, IT'S CHEEKY
    artist: Frank McDiarmid
    storyline: Cheeky gets mucked up on his way to school.
    Cheeky meets: Oi!, Baker's Boy, Auntie Daisy, The Knock-Knock Door,
    Gloomy Glad, Greg and his Gran, Teacher, Walter Wurx.
    Krazy notes: Page 22 is printed at 45%, just because the artist feels like it!

    Page 24


    FIT FRED AND SICK SID
    artist: Red Parlett
    storyline: Fred and Sid play Leapfrog...

    Page 25

    MICKY MIMIC
    artist: Alf Saporito
    storyline: The kids who live with Paws want to take him Gruffs dog
    show, but Paws won't budge from his kennel. So Mickey gives them a hand...
    Micky mimics: Johnny Morris, Dougal


    Page 26

    PAWS
    artist: Styx
    storyline: Paws refuses to go to a dog show, and rereveals what
    happened at last year's event.
    Krazy notes: This could be seen as a continuation from the Micky Mimic story,
    but the show is not identified as being Gruffs.

    Page 27

    GAMES CHILDREN PLAY
    artist: Dick Millington
    more playground-style games suggested by readers:
    Circle Ball from Christopher Howson of Leeds
    Hopping Johnny from A. Reader of Derby
    Ice-Cream from Roslyn Wothers of Stamford

    Page 28

    KRAZY BALLOONS
    artist: Les Barton
    a new game for readers in which they can have a go at suggesting
    different word balloon shapes to match the personality of the speakers(s).

    Page 29

    SCAREDY CAT
    artist: Terry Bave
    storyline: Scaredy takes a box of valuables to the Krazy Town Bank,
    only to get locked in the vault with one of the banking team. Scaredy
    becomes a tom-tom to summon help.

    
Krazy notes I: Squeaky does not appear in this strip.
    Krazy notes II: Scaredy's valuables include 3 kippers, all the back numbers
    of Krazy and 22p in gift vouchers!


    Pages 30-31

    THE KRAZY GANG
    starring in "Just For kicks"
    artist:
Ian Knox
    storyline:
It's Big Match day, as Krazy Town take on United in the football,
    only, the star player's gone down with a cold, so each of the Krazy Gang makes
    a bid to take his place on the pitch
... and the winner? - Well, it turns out
    to be Blue the parrot!

    

   

  

  Krazy
  12th Feb 1977


  Front cover:
  Cheeky on
  a Chopper Bike
  by Mike Lacey


  Back cover
  disguise:
  a magic wand



  This week's
  Flick Strip:
  two snakes
  swallow each
  other ...
  

  Pages:
  32


  Cover price:
  7p


 


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