Monday, November 11, 2013


Excerpts from the August 1981 issue of Crazy:
Parody of the 1980 movie version of Popeye.
By this time, Neal Adams wasn't really doing much commercial comics work for reasons of creators' rights, though he did continue to hang around people in the field and participate when creators' rights weren't an issue.
Vic Martin art
Contribution from the late Peter Bramley
The panoramic spread across two pages with jokes about the particular location was something started by Mad in the mid-seventies, and discontinued, though it was used by other humor magazines into the mid-80s.

Art by Ned Sonntag.
Initially something where you would flip the pages back and forth.
Mary Wilshire
Around this time, Crazy would parody popular songs in the guise of a Midnight Special spoof. Here they parodied Queen's ”Another One Bites the Dust”
One of a few parodies they did of The Love Boat
Probably by Paul Kirchner

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