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Krazy - 15th January 1977
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    Krazy - 15th Jan 1977
   
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    Pages 2-3
    
    THE KRAZY GANG

    starring in "Trouble in Site! - part two"
    artist:
Ian Knox
    storyline:
Harry Highrise continues his attempt to build a block of
    flats on the Gang's hut...


    Page 4
    
    CUSTARD PIE CORNER
    
more pastry pastings, suggested by readers:
    Jeremy Swift of Brighton nominates his brother
    Matthew Wigglesworth of Wakefield nominates Hughie Green
    Kenneth Keating of Manchester nominates his tormenting brother
    Sohail Khan of Leeds nominates William Shakespeare


    Page
5

    HANDY ANDY
    artist: Sid Burgon
    storyline: Andy's pal finds a gold bracelet in the park, and plans to hand
    it in to the police station in hope of a big reward. But the Parky snatches it
    from him, so Andy sets a shadow ostrich loose, to get it back.

     Krazy notes: This is the first of two appearances this week for Andy,
    although the stories aren't connected.


    Page 6
    
    GAMES CHILDREN PLAY
    artist:
Dick Millington
    
more playground games, suggested by readers:
    Find Your Shoes from Deborah Adams of Stoke-on-Trent
    Car Races from Stephen Dyball of Lowestoft
    Satchels from David Hilton of South Hetton


    Page 7

    MICKY MIMIC
    artist: Joe McCaffrey (?)
    storyline: Debbie's little brother Charlie has lost a roller skate, so Micky
    endeavours to cheer him up.. and finds said missing item in the process!
    Micky mimics: Frank Carson, Ken Dodd


    Pages 8-9

    THE 12 1/2p BUYTONIC BOY
    artist: Robert Nixon
    storyline: A spy has stolen a top-secret airccraft from the Secret Aircraft
    Establishment. But Steve's soon on his tail...
    Krazy notes: We're told the S.E.A. is based five miles away, in Sunville

    Page 10
    
    A KRAZY LOOK AT TV
    artist: Bill Titcombe
    a spoof of Basil Brush.

    Page 11

    KRAZY AGONY COLUMN
    artist: Nick Baker
    Tudor of Llanidloes wants to stop his Mum from putting his inventions
    in the bin.
    +
    KRAZY NEWS-POUND
    five more Krazy news stories, as suggested by readers:
    Terry Cole of Huddersfield, C Metcalfe of Buxton, Geoffrey Firth of Leeds,
    Chris Wigg of Oldham, Nicholas Flegg of Halesworth

      +
    Krazy comic disguise info, and an advert for Wade Whimsies


    Pages 12-13

    STICKY MCGLUE'S GUIDE TO GETTING AWAY WITH IT
    artist: Mike brown
    
storyline: Auntie wants Sticky to mow the front lawn for her,
    so our pal rustles up a load of cattle to do the job for him. Only,
    things go awry when said cattle invade Auntie's house... But Sticky
    has another cunning plan up his sleeve with which to save his neck...
    Krazy notes: Sticky's panels are presented in the form of open book
    spreads, so you're flicking through the pages of his journal.

    Page 14

    BIG GAME HUNTER
    artist:
Ed McHenry
    storyline:
BGH treats a lad to a giant game of join-the-dots, using
    a giant photo of the moon.

    Page 15

    DETECTIVE FUMBLY'S (NUT)CASEBOOK
    "Gnome Sweet Gnome!"
by Willie Cook
    storyline: Fumbly pursues Tiny Tompkins, the world's smallest
    bank robber.

    Pages 16-17

    BIRDMAN AND CHICKEN
    artist: Trevor Metcalfe
    storyline: Our duo are abducted by Dr Doom, and tied to a
    railway line...

    Page 18

    RAY PRESTO
    artist: Dick Millington
    storyline: Ray can't find his magic wand, so he makes do with a garden
    stick, but in the process, he destroys Dad's prize bloom and soils Mum's
    clean washing. That's the cue for Dad to put Ray's just-found wand to
    use as a whacking stick - ouch!


    Page 19


    a half-page promo for an FA Cup Chart in SHOOT
    +
    three small adverts for Universal Stamp Co.,Explorer Approvals (stamps),
    and The Bridgnorth Stamp Co.

    +
    
this week's Cheeky Question (answer revealed on the next page)

    Pages 20-21


    'ELLO, IT'S CHEEKY
    artist: Frank McDiarmid
    storyline: Just two pages for Cheeky this week, and he begins by
    chpowing down on a big bacon and ketchup buttie.
    Cheeky meets:
Gloomy Glad, Baker's Boy, Sherlock.

    Page 22

    SAM'S SPOOK
    artist: Leo Baxendale or Mike Brown?
    storyline: Sam gets his spooky pal to conjur up some snow...
    or rather, a giant snowball!
    Krazy notes: this is a one-off reprint

    Page 23

    GHOUL GUIDES
    artist: ?
    storyline: Another surprise strip. Doris and her kooky pal try out their
    first aid skills at the local circus.
    Krazy notes: this is another one-off reprint strip

    Page 24

    FIT FRED AND SICK SID
    artist: Red Parlett
    storyline: Sid and Fred go skiing, only, Sid's so-o-o-o tired...

    Page 25

    PAWS
    artist: Styx
    storyline:
Paws pursues some purring pussies from his garden.
    But later on, as Master leads him past the Zoo, our canine pal gets
    freaked out by an oversize lion which leaves him petrified of anything
    cat-related...


    Page 26

    KELLY'S TELLY
    artist:
    storyline:
Bully Burrows attempts to steal Kelly's tv, but some
    TV mountaineers come to the rescue.


    Page 27

    KRAZY DICTIONARY
    artist:
Ed McHenry
    
more twisted dictionary definitions, as suggested by readers:
    David O'Brien of Hayes, April Allan of Dumfermline, Chris Fayle
    of Douglas,
Simon Marks of London NW11, Neil Spencer of
    Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Lee McDaid of Newtoncunningham,
    Paul Whitehead of Maidstone, Barry Kelly of East Kilbride,
    G Lowe of Jersey, Paul Wright of Woking, Lee Hulme of Stockport.

    Pages 28-29


    GET YOUR OWN BACK TIME!
    16 cartoonas in which the little guy has his day... drawn by the
    artist who handles Gook the TV Spook.


    Page 30


    HANDY ANDY
    artist: Sid Burgon
    storyline: Andy's
second adventures this week. This time, Andy
    comes to the aid of his Rounders team, with help from a shadow bat.

    Page 31

    KRAZY PEGS
    artist: Les Barton

    five cartoons, featuring Krazy uses for clothes pegs.


    

   

  

  Krazy
  15th Jan 1977


  Front cover:
  The Buytonic
  Boy
  by Robert Nixon


  Back cover
  disguise:
  a Krazy school
  sweater ...



  This week's
  Flick Strip:
  an indian fires
  an arrow that
  strikes him in
  the back...
  

  Pages:
  32


  Cover price:
  7p


 


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