Synopsis: The inside cover is an ad spoofing the many martial arts ads that filled comics from the Yubiwaza ads of the mid-1960s through the then-present; for example, this ad features "Count Dumme, the most violent man on earth," a parody of "Count Dante, deadliest man alive!"
Synopsis: Apocryphal biographical sketches of STEVE SKEATES and BRUCE CARLIN consume the Who's Who.
The lettercol is dedicated to a missive mistakenly sent to Crazy by Priscilla/Embezzella of Second Stomach, Illinois, originally intended for her friend Morton. The editors of Crazy decided to publish this "intimate peek into the private life of one of our readers" as a public service intended to "discourage other CRAZY readers from making the same mistakes this tragic couple did."
Synopsis: A seven-page report that includes among other items an address from President Ford, thoughts from experts, speculation on exactly how the world will end, a Doomsday Checklist, a special edition of the Dear Abyss advice column, and a report speculating that the end of the world is a CIA plot.
Synopsis: Opening caption "Crazy Magazine's consumer advocate team of Renfrew Mukluk and Ebenezer Pinkydick, traveling under the names The Crisco Kid (fat in the can) and Pauncho, recently visited the TINJHORN DUDE RANCH AND RESERVE. They filed this report..."