Edited by Joe Orlando with contributions from comics' finest creators, Plop! was truly "The Magazine of Weird Humor!" Hosted by Cain, Abel and Eve, the bizarre anthology's first issue showcased the hilarity of dungeon life in writer/artist Sergio Aragonés' The Escape!; monster-sized amusement with scribe Frank Robbins, artist George Evans and Kongzilla; a ghost-plagued TV viewer from Sheldon Mayer and Alfredo Alcala in The Message; and tasty amphibian retribution in The Gourmet by Steve Skeates and artist Berni Wrightson. From the lavish covers of Bill Wolverton and Wally Wood to one-page gags and stories too peculiar for even the likes of MAD magazine, Plop! lived - and after 24 issues, died - by its own rules.