I KNEW I SHOULDA TAKEN THAT LEFT TOYN BACK IN ALBAKOYKY!
We open this issue with Ambush bug tunneling underground, literally like Bugs Bunny, so he can get to Vietnam and relive the horrors of war for some reason. He makes a wrong turn and ends up on a different planet entirely where a race of Hukkas, as seen in the comic book Atari Force, either live or are hanging out. Ambush blasts them with a tank that seems to come from nowhere.
The next two pages are in the form of a tutorial titled “How to Write Comics,” number twelve in a series, that provides a little social commentary about our broken justice system, as well as a parody of Steve Ditko’s character Mr. A, re-named Mr. Bug, which is Ambush Bug in a white suit and fedora saying “So remember: B is B and I before E except after C and tea for two for you and me.” Then there is a cover in the style of EC horror comics depicting A. Bug being beset by slavering, fanged dolls. Later, we see that Cheeks has found his way to the world of DCU babies Sugar n’ Spike, a comic written and drawn by Sheldon Mayer in the 1950s. Cheeks has dragged off Sugar’s doll and is eating it in the bushes, when Ambush Bug teleports in (his only power, besides insanity) and takes Cheeks away while making a hasty excuse about taking the doll back to its home planet.