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Krazy - 29th January 1977
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    Krazy - 29th Jan 1977
   
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    Page 2

    EVER 'BIN' HAD...?
    artist:
Ian knox
   
 Pongo Snodgrass uses a trash can as a disguise to get him into the
    The Krazy Gang's hut.


    Page 3


    HANDY ANDY
    artist: Sid Burgon
    storyline: Bully burrows and his gang oust Andy and his pals from the
    local swimming pool, so he creates a shark fin and an octopus to send
    them packing.
    

    Page
4

    GAMES CHILDREN PLAY
    artist: Dick Millington
    more playground-style games suggested by readers:
    Turn the Penny from Amanda Gillibrand of Manchester
    Sausage and Mash from Tony & Lesley Bircham of Croydon
    Robbery in the Dark from Richard Schofield of Haven

    Page 5

    PAWS
    artist: Styx
    storyline:
It's dinner time for Paws - yummy! - only, Mistress has
    bought him some new doggy food to dine upon, and he hates it!
    Krazy notes: This strip also features a dog called Henry,
    who lives next door.

    Page 6

    DO-IT-YOURSELF PAGE
    Cut out and construct a batty mobile.

    Page 7


    SCAREDY CAT
    artist: Terry Bave
    storyline: Scaredy is snared by G. Hakkit, a furrier
who's decided to
   
 branch out from mink to cat fur... Oh... and Scaredy escapes by turning
    into a rampaging Catawba Indian..


    Pages 8-9

    THE 12 1/2p BUYTONIC BOY
    artist: Robert Nixon
    storyline:
Krazy Town is subsiding everywhichway, so Steve is dispatched by
    the Mayor to discover the cause - two crooks in a tunnelling machine are intent
    on burgling the bank!


    Page 10


    FIT FRED AND SICK SID
    artist: Red Parlett
    storyline: It's snowing and Sid wants to stay in by the fire, but Fred
    is all set to go jogging...


    Page 11


    CUSTARD PIE CORNER
    
more pastry pastings, suggested by readers:
    Michelle Powell ofLindley nominates her sister Mandy
    Mark Morgan of Fairwater nominates Hutch (David Soul)
    Paul Cutler of Birmingham nominates his brother
    Julie Marsden of Highgate nominates Des O'Conner


    Pages 12-13

    WHAT PANTO FOLKS DO FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR!
    artist: Crocker

    a two-page spread featuring Panto folk off-duty around town.

    +
    KRAZY AGONY COLUMN
    artist: Ed McHenry

    Douglas of Greenock says his head is shaped like an egg.


    Page 14

    DETECTIVE FUMBLY'S (NUT)CASEBOOK
    "Face The Music"
by Willie Cook (He's no drip)
    storyline: Fumbly investigates a burglary at a music shop.
    Krazy notes: Guests in the strip include Iddle-I-Po's father,
    and Fumbly's three children, Grumbly, Rumbly Tumbly and Stumbly.


    Page 15

    KRAZY DICTIONARY
    artist: Ed McHenry
    more twisted dictionary definitions, as suggested by readers:
    Sally Webb of St Austell, Mark James of Southminster,
    Mark Brown of High Easter, Jim Reeves of Ballsbridge,
    Mary Carr of Walsall, David Hockett of Kenton,
    Jane Weston of Worthing, Karen Taylor of Leeds.
    +
    a half-page promo for the 100th issue of BATTLE



    Pages 16-17

    BIRDMAN AND CHICKEN
    artist: Trevor Metcalfe
    storyline: Birdman suspects Soupuss has been stealing milk from outside
    the Birdnest.
    Krazy notes: We get to see Mick Mason at school, being chastised by an
    un-named teacher.


    Page 18

    RAY PRESTO
    artist: Dick Millington
    storyline: Ray's spiteful teacher - "Higgins" - is writing out nasty school
    reports, so Ray swops his ink for invisible ink.
    Making Magic: how to make a Vanishing Knot.

    Page 19


    DOCTOR FOSTER  
    artist:
Tom Paterson/ Mike Brown(?)
    
storyline: an old rhyme revisited - Krazy-style.
    +
    three small adverts Sterling Stamp Service, Wade Whimsies,
    and W J Dayman (stamps)
    +
    Krazy comic disguise info, and this week's Cheeky Question
    (answer on the next page)

    Pages 20-23

    'ELLO, IT'S CHEEKY
    artist: Frank McDiarmid
    storyline: More antics and encounters for Cheeky, en route to school.
    Cheeky meets: The knock-Knock Door, Greg and his Gran, Gloomy
    Glad, Postie, Posh Claude, Baker's Boy, Teacher and Walter Wurx

    
    Pages 24-25.5

    MICKY MIMIC
    artist: Alf Saporito
    storyline: Liz from The Krazy Gang needs helps to finish her Showbiz-Quiz.
    Micky mimics: Dr Magnus Pyke, Dr Dolittle, Dr Who
    Krazy notes: Pongo turns up at the end and borrows a Mr Hyde disguise,
    which gives Liz the clue she's looking for... yep.. she's after Dr Jeckyll...


    Page 25.5

    KRAZY NEWS-POUND
    five more Krazy news stories, as suggested by readers:
    Jonathan Lenoit of Preston, Robert Lippareth of Hither Green,
    John Jones of Gwynedd, Michael Sweeney of Reading,
    Stuart Williams of Hoursemonden.

    Pages 26
    
    A KRAZY LOOK AT TV
    artist: Bill Titcombe
    a spoof of The Waltons...

    Pages 27
    
    BIG GAME HUNTER
    artist:
Trevor Metcalfe
    storyline:
BGH treats Beryl and her pal to a giant game of Hopscotch
    in Australia.. with real-klife kanagroos!...
.

    Pages 28-29

    THE KRAZY GANG
    starring in "Blow For Pongo"
    artist:
Ian Knox
    storyline:
Brainy's given the gang a whistle each, so Pongo just has
    to find out what it's for.

    Page 30

    a half-page adverts for School Glue and the Stick-Up Kids
    +
    a half-page promo for a free album and picture cards in SHOOT!


    Page 31

    IT'S A KRAZY WORLD
    three real-life wacky photographs, with captions.

    


   

  

  Krazy
  29th Jan 1977


  Front cover:
  a Hypnotist
  by Mike Lacey


  Back cover
  disguise:
  an airmail letter,
  with a Krazy
  Gang stamp...



  This week's
  Flick Strip:
  a cowboy's gun
  extends and
  curves so he
  shoots himself...
  

  Pages:
  32


  Cover price:
  7p


 


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