Yet another children's magazine (are you getting tired of these?) From October 1978, another Halloween issue of Jack and Jill.
The quality of art had definitely gone down since the earlier years of the magazine. Sorry, Tom Eaton.
Perhaps the scariest thing in this magazine
The darn kid is just asking how he can dress up as a werewolf. Can you just give an answer? Any answer? Spray glue and dryer lint. C'mon! How hard can it be?!
What's worse than a shark with sore ribs? A kid that doesn't understand shark biology. You see, shark's bodies are entirely boneless, being composed of cartilage. What? Oh, that's the joke? Ah, ha, ha ha....
And Jeffrey? Stop eating your bodily parts and you'll lose those 20 pounds. See, it's a "kill two birds" scenario.
"Make it good for me and you. Haunt this house for me and you." A little lazy on the rhyming, Heather.
A snail doesn't have the comforts of home we've become accustomed to, yet he's still satisfied. Isn't there a lesson in there for all of us?
"One is a hunted stag, the other is a stunted hag." Hee. Dwarfism's funny. I'm surprised they didn't call her a "midget" witch.
"When is a black cat most likely to enter the house? When the door is open". I never liked these kind of jokes where the punchline is the obvious answer with no relationship to humor whatsoever. Basically the joke teller is saying, "What are you, a frickin' idiot?! Of course it's when the door is open, you imbecile!"