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Krazy - 22nd January 1977
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    Krazy - 22nd Jan 1977
   
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    Page 2
    
    KELLY'S TELLY
    artist:
    storyline:
A young lad is scurrying across some perilously thin ice,
    in an effort to retrieve his new hat. So Kelly wisely stops him and sends
    some tv gangsters off to get it instead....


    Page 3

    
    KRAZY PROMO
    artist: Tom Paterson
    a half-page promo urging readers to reserve their Krazy comics at
    the newsagents.
    +
    a trio of small ads for D J Hanson (stamps), Explorer Approvals (stamps),
    Bridgnorth Stamp Co. (stamps again!)
    +
    this week's Cheeky Question (answer on next page)


    Pages
4-6

    'ELLO, IT'S CHEEKY
    artist: Frank McDiarmid
    storyline: More antics and encounters for Cheeky, en route to school.
    Cheeky meets: Postie, Shorty, Baker's Boy, The knock-Knock Door,
    Batty Bertha
    Krazy notes I: Bertha is standing in for Teacher. She refers to him as Mr Smith
    This might be the first time we hear his real name!

     Krazy notes II: There are two more Cheeky pages, later in this issue.

    Page 7


    SCAREDY CAT
    artist: Ian knox
    storyline:
Scaredy hitches ride on the back of a motorbike belonging to
    Weevil Kneeful (a play of Evil Kneivel). When they fail to jump the Thames,
    Scaredy transforms into a catalina flying boat.

    Krazy notes: Ian Knox takes over from Terry Bave this week. Oh, and Squeaky
    doesn't feature in this strip.


    Pages 8-9

    THE 12 1/2p BUYTONIC BOY
    artist: Robert Nixon
    storyline: Steve meets up with Ed's pal, Iddle-I-Po. Together
    they thwart a pair of thieves as they hold up Po's father's restaurant.


    Page 10

    GET YOUR OWN BACK TIME
    six revenge-filled cartoons, by the chap who draws Gook

    Page 11

    KRAZY DICTIONARY
    artist:
Ed McHenry
    
more twisted dictionary definitions, as suggested by readers:
    Krazy notes: No winning names are printed this week!
    +
    a half-page promo for SHOOT!, highlighting a free football album.


    Pages 12-13.5

    MICKY MIMIC
    artist: Joe McCaffrey (?)
    storyline: Micky, Cheeky, Brainy, and an un-named pal are late
    for school, so Micky puts on a disguise-or-two to help them sneak past
    the Deputy Head.
    Micky mimics:
Magnus Magnusson, Ken Dodd, and David Nixon.

    Page 13.5

    KRAZY NEWS-POUND
    five more Krazy news stories, as suggested by readers:
    Nuala Nugent of Richmond, Ricki Baron of Fakenham,
    John Robinson of Bedfont, Gary Little of London N16.
    Krazy notes: This is strange. There are five winning jokes,
    but only four names revealed - unless someone had two
    jokes printed?


    Page 14

    DETECTIVE FUMBLY'S (NUT)CASEBOOK
    "I Spy"
by Wellie Cook (he should be given the boot!)
    storyline: Fumbly rumbles a spy in the office.
    Krazy notes: Mrs McMurder putts in a cameo appearance


    Page 15

    PAWS
    artist: Styx
    storyline:
Paws attempts to get his - er - paws on a new box of dog biscuits,
    much to the chagrin of his Mistress.


    Pages 16-17

    BIRDMAN AND CHICKEN
    artist: Trevor Metcalfe
    storyline:
The duo conclude their encounter withDr Doom.

    Page 18

    RAY PRESTO
    artist: Dick Millington
    storyline: The Mayoress is coming to visit Ray's YouthClub, but the
    wind has whipped away the flags adorning the hut...

    Making Magic: Ray reveals a trick with two coins and a glass


    Page 19


    KRAZY AGONY COLUMN
    artist: Ed McHenry

    Teresa of Runcorn moans that everyone in her family gets letters
    except for her.

    +
    IT'S TIME FOR A RHYME  
    artist: Tom Paterson/ Mike Brown(?)
    
storyline: Mary had a little pram... Yep, it's that famous nursery rhyme
    re-enacted, Krazy-style.


    Pages 20-21


    'ELLO, IT'S CHEEKY part 2
    artist: Frank McDiarmid
    storyline: More antics and encounters for Cheeky, en route to school.
    Cheeky meets:
Sherlock, Oi!, Postie, Iddle-I-Po, The Knock-Knock Door,
    teacher, Walter Wurx.
    Krazy notes: Someone chalks "up the Spurs!" on Teacher's back, in the
    last panel.

    Page 22

    BIG GAME HUNTER
    artist:
Ed McHenry
    storyline:
BGH treats two lads to a giant game of Bagatelle, using
    circus equipment.


    Page 23

    CUSTARD PIE CORNER
    
more pastry pastings, suggested by readers:
    Mandy Roberts of Bryn nominates Donny Osmond
    Mark James of Southminster nominates Tony Blackburn
    Claire and Emily Jacob of Birmingham nominate their Granddad
    Noel Sutton of Preston nominates his brother Kevin


    Pages 24-25

    FIT FRED AND SICK SID
    artist: Red Parlett
    storyline: A two-part tale this week. Fred wants to go on a 10-mile run,
    but Sid has a cold. His feet freeze in his mustard bath and send him sliding
    
into a pair of would-be jewel thieves.. The next day, Fred tries to go running
    again, and attempts to cure his pal's aches and pains with some
    horse linament. Slippery Sid shoots through his fingers and collides
    with Lady Cynthia
and her bolting horse - much to the delight of
    Daddy Duke!

    Page 26
    
    A KRAZY LOOK AT TV
    artist: Bill Titcombe
    a spoof of Police 5, with Shawn Taylor.


    Page 27

    CUT OUT THE ROUGH STUFF!
    artist: Nigel Edwards
    "In response to complaints abou ttoo much horror and violence in films, etc...
    our timid tv expert suggests some changes..."

    Thus we get four panels depicting a cowboy film, a war film, a horror film
    and an historical epic, incorporating some Krazy changes...

    Pages 28-29

    THE KRAZY GANG
    starring in "Salt of the Earth"
    artist:
Ian Knox
    storyline:
Liz is copying a recipe for a special stew she's seen on the telly,
    but - oh, calamity! - she's forgotten the salt...

    Page 30

    a half-page advert for School Glue and the Stick-Up Kids
    +
    a promo for the forthcoming 100th issue of BATTLE


    Page 31

    IT'S A KRAZY WORLD
    two real-life wacky photographs.

    +
    small adverts for Sterling Stamp Service and W J Dayman (stamps),
    and your Krazy comic disguise info...


    

   

  

  Krazy
  22nd Jan 1977


  Front cover:
  a Krazy
  Breakfast plate
  by Mike Lacey


  Back cover
  disguise:
  Krazy bathroom
  scales ...



  This week's
  Flick Strip:
  a big fish gets
  eaten by his
  smaller fishy
  prey ...
  

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