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Saturday, 10 July 2010

The features - What A Cheek

The What A Cheek strip was a cover feature consisting of a 3 panel gag. Cheeky always delivered the punchline, and the strip usually featured one of the regular characters from the Cheeky pages, but sometimes anonymous stooges appeared.

The feature was absent from some covers when a competition or promotion was publicised, and it didn't appear on the Christmas 1977 issue.

Having appeared since the first issue, What A Cheek was eventually replaced by Cheeky's Week which initially was the same format with a different title, but later expanded to fill the front cover and consequently had more panels.




FEATURE
FIRST APPEARANCE

FINAL APPEARANCE

TOTAL ISSUES

TOTAL ISSUES MISSED IN RUN

PAGE HISTORY
What a Cheek22-OCT-7723-SEP-784181




ISSUES MISSED IN RUN
31-DEC-77
07-JAN-78
28-JAN-78
04-FEB-78
17-JUN-78
19-AUG-78
09-SEP-78
16-SEP-78


Page History in the first table above shows the page numbers occupied by the strip in its run. As this was a cover feature, it only ever appeared on page 1.

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