The first story in this comic chronicles the events of New Year’s Eve in 1967. The evening starts out with our protagonist sitting at home with his parents and nothing to do except watch Guy Lombardo bleat in the New Year with lame and phlegmy saxophone solos. Just in time he gets an invitation to join some guy he met in class and doesn’t really know that well. But the guy has a Corvette, and that’s all it takes to send them off on a madcap night. Okay, if not actually madcap then insane.
The second story, titled “The China Syndrome,” presents and in-depth look at how W.H. Matlack and Don Ramie make their comic books. Go ahead. Read it, but don’t let me hear you yell exploitation. Everyone in the story was free to leave at any time.
In the third story, W.H. Matlack is asked how and where he gets inspiration for his many great story ideas. The answer is as crude and gritty as today’s headlines.
The next two stories feature our good friends, those identical cousins, Scoff Law and Goodie Two-Shoes. First of these is a story about the importance of wearing a tin-foil helmet at all times to protect your delicate brain and to avoid government influence on your thoughts.
Following this story is how Scoff and Goodie keep busy during a rainy day.
Last is a story about our most beloved character, Po-Dunk. Every time he come into the city it’s on a turnip truck that he immediately falls off of. Yes, poor ole’ Po-Dunk is so stupid it’s like he just fell off a turnip truck, which he did. In this tale Po-Dunk has a problem figuring out women’s shoes. Can you figure out why they are so expensive? Po-Dunk learns how to “re-purpose” them.