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Sunday, 22 December 2013

We Wish You A Cheeky Christmas

Our toothy pal didn't only feature in an episode of The Krazy Gang in the Christmas 1982 edition of Whizzer and Chips - he was all over this festive issue, as the usual Whizz-Kid and Chip-ite rivalry between Sid and Shiner was forgotten in the spirit of the season.


Our cheery chum's on the cover hitching a ride with Santa, Rudolph and his W&C pals...

Art: Mike Lacey

And he's back, on the centre pages, at the W&C staff party...

Art: Bob Hill

Not entirely in the spirit of the festive truce, a Whizz-Kid versus Chip-ite rivalry is encouraged in the associated game...



Cheeky returns among the characters from the Chips section as they gather on the Shiner's Chip-ites letters page, where the Christmas armistice is clearly not being observed by a couple of readers who are keen to unload their best anti-Whizz-Kid funnies...

Art: Jim Watson, with cut and paste elements?

Finally, the Cheeky Annual 1983 is given a plug on page 31. The cover of the toothy funster's end-of-year publication is somewhat obscured on the back row of titles, but that rear rank includes two of IPC's flagship annuals, Whizzer and Chips and Buster, so I don't think Cheeky can complain too much about the placement of his book.


7 comments:

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    1. Cheers Bruce - and all the best for 2014 to you.

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  2. Happy New year...love your blog...its soo cheeky!!

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    1. Glad you're enjoying the blog, Peter. Best wishes to you for 2014.

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  3. Hi Niblet

    Do you have the poster from the first issue as mine is missing...love to see this...I have issue 2 with robot gran leaping the cars...
    Thanks Peter

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    1. Yes, I do have the first poster, but Bruce is the custodian of the online Pin-Up Pal collection, so you will find a copy of the Cheeky poster at http://comics.brucelaing.id.au/pinups/

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