Q: There was a cartoon about a UFO landing in NYC. One alien gets out to explore and gets mugged, etc. When he gets back to the ship, he is asked how it was by his alien colleagues and his response is “Level this planet.” A: Sounds familiar, but I wasn’t able to find it.
Q: There was an spoof ad for selling homes in Love Canal as a great place to raise a family, that showed a young couple pushing their baby on a swing in a park. The baby in the swing I think, was a toaster with doll arms and legs. A: Sorry, I couldn’t find it.
Q: Trying to find online (or other) reference to Nat Lamp comics page that used the phrases “too pink” and “much too pink” about a woman’s breasts. Probably an early issue, maybe by Peter Bramley. Any ideas? A: I tried to find it, but came up empty handed. If anyone else knows the answer to this question, let
Q: I recall a quote from an old NL story about a boy who was having some sort of sexual preference crisis so he “punched out my aunt and joined the Marines” or something like that. It was probably in the late ’70s or early ’80s. A: Sorry, but I am unable to find it. If
Q: Do you remember a cartoon from around 1973 where there are two bathroom stalls and the one guy is asking the other if he has TP, and finally asks if has singles for a $20 bill? The artist might have been Sam Gross or Charles Rodrigues. A: That would be “Farouk Comix” by Yossarian
Q: I have been looking for the longest time for the Wood Village “live” performance—the 1971 one, not the 1973 one I usually find—of Lemmings wherein Belushi summarizes today’s PC idiotology: “if you’re not a third world black lesbian you deserve to die”. It could be on one of the officially-released LPs or in the Radio
War-Injury Lottery Story
Funny Class Photo Captions
“I’ll Sing on Your Album If You Sing on Mine”