This seventh issue of Crazy from October 1974 is ostensibly articles that were rejected from the first six, though I think that's only a conceit. We'll never know the real answer.
The covers were usually by Kelly Freas, though this time it was by Nick Cardy.
Parody of the Johnson's Baby Shampoo commercials from Marv Wolfman and Vic Martin.
They did another parody of the Kung Fu show before, this one is by Marv Wolfman, Marie Severin, and Herb Trimpe.
The articles were all introduced by Wolfman, Roy Thomas, and Stan Lee.
Here's another Vic Martin.
More of Kelly Freas's running feature Kelly's Kockeyed Kanvas showing the other side of the painting, this time Michaelangelo's Sistine Chapel.
More of Crazies cartoons by John Stevens.
And another recurring feature, Crazy's Craziest Radio Show
Kelly Freas shows the other side of Johannes Vermeer's A Maid Asleep.
And Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin's Blowing Bubbles.
Their parody of Poe's The Telltale Heart by Stu Schwartzberg, Mike Ploog, and Frank Chiarmonte.
Self-parody of Bob Foster's History of Moosekind.
Subscription ad by Marie Severin on inside back cover parodying Camel's ad campaign.
The ”Don't Squeeze the Charmin” campaign.
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