Synopsis: An eight-page parody of the martial arts Western series KUNG FU. This version has Cain encountering Marshall Dillon of GUNSMOKE and Frank Cannon of CANNON (and the original Marshall Dillon on radio).
Notes: This is a second satire of David Carradine's KUNG FU, not a reprint of the one found in CRAZY #1. In his introductory caption, MARV WOLFMAN states this satire "was actually written and drawn before the other Kung Fooey story, but when we saw it, we felt it was so... so... fooey, that we rejected it and wrote and drew a totally different story." The rejected KUNG FU satire by Wolfman, Severin, and Trimpe first saw print in this Reject Issue, CRAZY #7.
"History of Moosekind: Part VII -- Moosekind migrates from Moosepotamia to the valleys of the Vulgar River, laying the groundwork for the creation of the Union of Soviet Socialist Herds." - Edit this story
"The White House Transcripts: The full text of the Unsubmitted Presidential Conversations Which President Richard M. Nixon was too embarrassed to show the Committee of the Judiciary of the House of Representatives With an introduction by S.R. Gerbe" - Edit this story
Synopsis: Clever cartoons by BOB FOSTER in the vein of his popular MOOSEKIND stories. Over the course of three pages you can see Toady Roosevelt, Dorothy and Company following the yellow brick toad, and the cover to Toadstoy's magnum opus, Wart and Peace, and many more.