Another issue of Marvel's short-lived Mad competitor Crazy from December 1974.
This was sort the transition of editors. Though not credited, Steve Gerber takes over, adding more text pieces. In this issue, there are almost no credits.
Cover by Kelly Freas
Parody of the Charles Atlas ads from practically every comic book up to the late seventies.
Parody of Chinatown illustrated by Vance Rodewalt
For a few issues they reprinted excerpts from the Gleeful Guide books Will Eisner had been doing.
I think this is drawn by Robert Graysmith
One-time Cracked editor Michael Ricigliano
After this was another installment of History of Moosekind by Bob Foster
And then a new reccuring feature called Underground Almanac.
In the Gerber-edited issues, they would do stories of their mascot The Nebbish written by Marv Wolfman and drawn by Marie Severin
They probably thought they were putting one past the censors crediting authorship to “Hugh Jardonn”, or maybe it went over the editor's head. The art is by Willie Ito.
After Consumer Confidential were Ramblings of a Crazyman, Medical Crazies and more Will Eisner with his Gleeful Guide to Astrology
The inside back cover subscription ad which doesn't seem to list the price.
Parody of the American Express commercials with Karl Malden.
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