Let's open up another 70s time capsule in the form of Crazy #11 from June 1975
Cover by Kelly Freas
by Steve Gerber and Robert Graysmith
Parody ofTowering Inferno by Stu Schwartzberg and Vance Rodewalt
Recurring feature for five issues by Gerry Conway and Vic Martin.
Innuendo later used by National Lampoon
After another Consumer Confidential credited to “Petunia Begonia” and Disaster Crazies, there's this.
The last installment of their first mascot The Nebbish fromMarv Wolfman and Marie Severin
After that is an ad for ForSale Distension University, a parody of the back-to-school ads that were familiar to comics readers, then another excerpt from Will Eisner's Gleeful Guide to Living with Astrology, then a parody of the very kinds of mens' adventure magazines their parent company published.
Second installment of Lee Marrs' feature.
A moose killing a bull reminds me of how every kid wonders how Pluto and Goofy can both be dogs. From Bob Foster's History of Moosekind
After this is a fumetti called In a Little Shanty Town by Marv Wolfman about black liberation where I can't tell what's supposed to be the joke, and something called Poetry Corner which used the same illustration every issue.
Subscription ad on inside back cover.
Parody of Nine Lives commercials.
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