A week after Cheeky quietly slipped into comic history, Whizzer and Chips yet again featured a raid involving a survivor from Cheeky Weekly. Calculator Kid and Mustapha Million were by this point the only remaining representatives of the toothy funster's erstwhile comic.
Can you spot the unwelcome interloper? Scroll down, where the identity of the Whizz-kid weasel will be revealed...
|Whizzer and Chips 15 February 1986|
Art: Terry Bave
Reprinted from Cheeky Weekly 28 October 1978
How Lazy Bones summoned the energy to ascend to his aerial hiding place remains a mystery.
Looked at out of context, the panel into which Benny Bones has been pasted would seem to depict the result of the lethargic lad's decision to use the tree as an arboreal lavatory.
This brings to 15 the number of raids carried out on our ex Cheeky Weekly Chums, who had by this stage embarked on 8 revenge raids across the border into Whizzer.
More raiding fun soon!
|Whizzer and Chips Cover Date||Raider||Raided|
|06 April 1985||Mustapha Million||Super Steve|
|04 May 1985||Bloggs (Store Wars)||Mustapha Million|
|11 May 1985||Joker||The Krazy Gang (Cheeky)|
|18 May 1985||Calculator Kid & Calc||Odd-Ball|
|01 June 1985|
|08 June 1985||Odd-Ball||Calculator Kid|
|06 July 1985||Toy Boy||Calculator Kid|
|13 July 1985||Pa Bumpkin||The Krazy Gang (Cheeky)|
|27 July 1985||Joker||Mustapha Million|
|24 August 1985||Cheeky||Sid's Snake|
|14 September 1985|
|05 October 1985||Mustapha Million||Animalad|
|19 October 1985||Odd-Ball||Mustapha Million|
|23 November 1985|
|18 January 1986||Mustapha Million||Super Steve|
|25 January 1986|
|08 February 1986|
The Krazy Gang ends this issue
|15 February 1986||Lazy Bones||Calculator Kid|