Writer Vic Lockman will re-use the notion of a transporter device in the form of an old car taking a character on a continent-spanning “instantrip” in a story from late 1979, a dozen or so years later. See Bugs Bunny “King for a Day” – Bugs Bunny (Western, 1962 Series) #217 (February 1980) – where Bugs Bunny unwittingly takes the “instantrip” in a transporter/car to a far-off “rabbit kingdom”, where he become a captive, hard-laboring king. Not only is the device in the form of an old car, but the process is also referred to as an “instantrip” in both stories.
Part 2 of 3. Begins in #320. Concludes in #322.
Readers are invited to submit gag captions for a series of provided single-panel cartoon illustrations. Five editorially-produced examples are provided.
Readers are invited to submit drawings of monsters for possible publication. Four editorially-produced examples are provided.
Readers are invited to create and submit a "final gag panel" drawing to complete an "unfinished" comic strip. Three editorially-produced examples are provided.
Jokes and riddles submitted by readers.