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Crazy Magazine (1973) - #2
Curtis Magazines (Marvel)


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Cover Date: February 1974
Cover Price: US $ 0.40

Issue Tagline:
8 More Pages in This Issue! --But Who's Counting?
Featuring: ART BUCHWALD On Campus, HARVEY KURTZMAN On Loan, THE CRAZY BULLPEN On Laughing Gas
Also in This Issue: Crazy Takes on JAMES BOND and McCLOUD (And Crazy Loses, As Usual)

Format: Black & White; Magazine; 52 pages

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Reprinted/Collected in:
Crazy Magazine (1973) #73
The Evolution and History of Moosekind (1989) TPB

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"Loser's Profiles: John N. Twitchell" - Edit this story

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Gerry Conway

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Marie Severin

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Synopsis:
A mock ad spoofing the Dewar's Profiles advertisements for Dewar's Blended Scotch Whisky.

John N. Twitchell is a thinly disguised John N. Mitchell (1913-88), former Attorney General of the United States (1969-72) whose involvement in the Watergate scandal resulted in his being sentenced in 1977 to serve 19 months in prison.

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Inside front cover.

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"A Crazy Editorial" - Edit this story

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"Who's Who" - Edit this story

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Brief often fictional profiles of this issue's contributors.

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"TV Satire: McClown" - Edit this story

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A five-page parody of Dennis Weaver's popular Mystery Movie detective series, McCLOUD.

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"Correspondence School Ads You've Never Seen Department" - Edit this story

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Three pages of mock-ads that promise you careers as a Human Wall, a False Messiah, and a Mass Murderer.

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"Art Buchwald Dept. Part One: When Students Run Out of Demands" - Edit this story

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A two-page fumetti set at a campus protest rally.

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"Features We'd Be Crazy to Print: You Know You're Really Crazy When..." - Edit this story

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One page of gag panels completing the introductory phrase, including several swipes at fandom's sacred cows:
"... you start wishing there was a sixth 'Planet of the Apes' movie!"
"... you start thinking 'Star Trek' was the greatest TV series of all time!"
"... you catch a 'Twilight Zone' re-run you hadn't seen before--and you can't guess the 'twist ending' before the first commercial!"

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A one-page fumetti feature with three stills from horror films with funny word balloons added.

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"Crazy Looks at the Offices of a Parody Mag" - Edit this story

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A two-page spread illustrated in a faux-Jack Davis style set in the offices of rival MAD MAGAZINE.

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"Crazy Looks at Baseball" - Edit this story

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Three pages of baseball photographs with "funny" word balloons credited to STAN LEE (say it ain't so, Stan!).

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"Kelly's Cockeyed Canvas" - Edit this story

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How Salvador Dali's The Persistence of Memory sees the artist.

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"The Evolution and History of Moosekind Part II: Moosekind migrates from the cradle of civilization into the Nile Valley, forging the foundations and empires of Egypt" - Edit this story

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Bob Foster

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"Art Buchwald Dept. Part Two: The Sensuous Student by 'B'" - Edit this story

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A two-page fumetti debunking the free love myth that captivated college campuses.

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"Hey Look!" - Edit this story

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Reprints of two pages' worth of the comic strip "Hey Look!" that Harvey Kurtzman sold to Stan Lee before Kurtzman went on to create MAD MAGAZINE for EC.

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"The 1993 Nostalgic Paraphernalia Catalogue" - Edit this story

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Four pages from the 1993 catalogue selling Seventies nostalgia to aging Boomers and Generation X.

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"Art Buchwald Dept. Part Three: If Teachers Really Understood Students..." - Edit this story

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A two-page fumetti in which intrepid reporter Irving Forbush interviews a hapless professor just ejected from his office and down a flight of stairs during a student uprising.

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"Movie Satire: Live and Let Spy" - Edit this story

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An eight-page parody of Roger Moore's first James Bond fim, LIVE AND LET DIE.

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"College Bulletins of the Future: Idawa University of Demise Orientation Address: 2007" - Edit this story

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"Foom-Etti" - Edit this story

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"Spoof Ad: MacRonalds" - Edit this story

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The color back cover carries a mock-ad for McDonald's.

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