Q: I am pretty sure there was NL issue that was dedicated to a collection of different sorts of cartoons. One of the cartoons that comes to mind is a high-rise constriction site where all the construction workers are Native Americans who battle rival tribes who are constructing skyscrapers across the street. Another is a WWII Japanese propaganda poster that shows a Samurai Warrior standing in a kamikaze (zero) that is about to crash onto the deck of an American aircraft carrier. The US soldiers all look like devils and one of them is holding a hot dog bun with a baby inside of it. Does this ring a bell at all?
A: The first item was not from that issue. Carol (once again) provides the answer for the first item: “It’s a comic called ‘Trail of Tiers’, written by Brian McConnachie and drawn by Nick Cardy in the Nov 75 (Work) issue. It was reprinted in Best Of #7.” Thanks, Carol!
The second one is from a mock WWII Japanese propaganda comic book from a special issue called “National Lampoon Presents The Very Large Book of Comical Funnies” (1975). The “poster” you remember is the cover of the mock comic.