This is the January 1964 issue of Cracked
Cover as usual by John Severin.
Fake ad by Bill Ward
First the letters and ads for their paperbacks, then Tarzan Goes Around the World in 80 Pictures
Another Severin article Letters, We Have Letters about varsity letters. This is from the following article Celebrity Credit Card Applications
Newspaper Con Tests by Bill Ward, G. I. Jr. by Severin, then another one-pager
The Monster's Advertising Agency which was reprinted in Monster Howls and featured here.
From Trading Stamps Updated by Peter Wyma.
From Future Film Epics
A one-pager by Don Orehek called Encouragement reprinted in Monster Howls as The Dungeon.
Then a couple pages of Hurry-Ups by Severin.
The inside back cover was by Bill Ward
The back cover was a “Bonus” you could cut out and use as a sticker saying “THIS SIDE UP” upside-down.
Excerpts from Cracked #35 next Wednesday.
Is Winnie the Pooh Actually a Girl? - The character was written as a male bear — but it was originally inspired by a girl bear named Winnipeg.
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