*Humour Comics: Krazy launched in 1977, lasting 79 issues of comedy which largely revolved around the audaciousness of its frontman Cheeky (later to get his own ongoing weekly), and parodies of TV shows such as ‘Birdman and Chicken’ and the ’12 1/2p Buytonic Boy’. An attempt to move in a fast-paced, ‘sketch-show’ direction, it printed jokes and illustrations tucked between the panels, and in between the regular strips were a host of one-off spoofs and fake ‘guides’. The back cover were given a twist too, being ‘disguised’ in some way, like the cover of a fake Maths book, ostensibly so any watching authority figure could be fooled that the reader was doing something more productive. Previously, we only had a scattering of Krazy in our inventory, but now we’ve added in 40+ of the 79 issue run, including April Fool and New Year issues, the first (and only) Birthday issue, and 1977’s Silver Jubilee number, as well as the final issue, VG at £7. Details of the rest? Well, you should know where to look by now!