"Cheeky" was a British comic book that ran from (issues dates) 22 October 1977 to 2 February 1980, when it merged with "Whoopee!". The title character originated in another comic called "Krazy", as one character in the strip The Krazy Gang and proved popular enough to get his own comic, which managed to outlive "Krazy" itself. Its strips included:

* Cheeky itself
* "Lolly Pop"
* "Mustapha Million"
* "Paddywack"
* "Jerking Jeremy"
* "Sid the Street Sucker"
* "Ursula the russike"
* "Walter Wurx"
* "Disaster Des"
* "Elephant On her buns"
* "Andres Martinez Rodriguez "

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