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January 1974, Vol. 1, No. 46
Animals

 

"COVER: Photograph by Dick Frank. Kangaroo (Skippy) by Animal Talent Scout. Skippy is a sweetheart. Terrific beast, tame, completely unexcitable. Nothing bothers him. People, noise, bright strobe lights. Nothing. Well, one thing. Skippy doesn't like bars. Skippy also has a service for five of steak knives on the end of those cute paws and a pair of anvils where most furry animals have feet. Sheesh. The things we go through to separate you from your mazuma." [The caption on the cover reads, "(Man:) Say, we don't get many kangaroos in here. (Kangaroo:) And at these prices, you won't get many more."]

Contents

News on the March, Uncredited [Henry Beard]; Illustrations by Alan Rose and Fran Hollidge, Photographs uncredited

True Facts, Uncredited; Illustration by Alan Rose

Editorial, Uncredited; Cartoon by Caldwell

Letters, Uncredited; Illustration by Alan Rose

Baba Rum Raisin, Uncredited [Doug Kenney]; Illustration by Alan Rose

The Humpback Whale Official Songbook, By Sean Kelly and Brian McConnachie; Illustration Uncredited

Attack of the Sizeable Beasts, By Brian McConnachie; Illustrated by Fran Hollidge

The Schlockly Theory, By P. J. O'Rourke; Illustration uncredited

Law of the Jungle, By Henry Beard and John Weidman; Illustration by Tommy Soloski

Pethouse Magazine, By Tony Hendra and Henry Beard; Photographs by David Kaestle, Judy Hendra, Shaefer & King, and uncredited; Illustrations by Richard Hess and John Cayea

Underwear for the Deaf, By Michael O'Donoghue; Photographs by David Kaestle; Graphics by Alan Rose

Popular Evolution Magazine, By Christopher Cerf and Henry Beard; Illustrations by S. Bokor, Alan Kupperberg, and Ralph Reese; Photographs uncredited

The Nazi Dr. Doolittle, By Anne Beatts; Illustration by Doug Taylor

Species Argument, By Chris Miller; Illustration by Peter Trumpelbeck

Ill, But Still Smart, By Ed Bluestone; Illustrated by Shary Flenniken

Funny Pages, Featuring "Nuts" by Gahan Wilson; "Idyl" by Jeff Jones; "Mule's Diner" by Stan Mack; "One Year Affair" (three episodes) by Ralph Reese and Byron Preiss; "Trots and Bonnie" by Shary Flenniken; "Cheech Wizard" by Vaughn Bodé; "The Aesop Brothers, Siamese Twins" by Rodrigues

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