People have said the excerpts from also-ran humor magazines are not particularly funny or sometimes even well-drawn. I know that. Like I said it's not really the point. More of what was supposed to be funny at a particular time. Not particularly “ironic”, just an example of a certain time and... oh, never mind.
Here are some pages from Crazy dated January 1977.
Cover by Marvel's painter cover guy (this was before Alex Ross) Bob Larkin. The Nebbish part is taken from the cover of Crazy #1.
Parody of Barney Miller written by by Len Herman and drawn by Kent Gamble
Drawn by Tony Tallarico
Art by Alan Kupperberg
In case you forgot this was a Marvel magazine, there's this article written by one-time editor-in-chief Tom DeFalco and illustrated by Murad Gumen.
Reprinted from Crazy #11
Drawn by Bill DuBay
Another house ad to remind you this is a Marvel magazine.
You may recognize this still from Young Frankenstein.
The other side is what would be on actual postcards.
Pages from CRAZY #24 next Monday.
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