Fawcett brought out HOOEY at the end of 1931, once they saw how successful BALLYHOO had become. The similar appearance was not a random event. Other competing magazines had an overall similar look; one wonders why. For more on the New York humor magazine outburst of 1931 ff, see Prof. Will Straw's blog article (the source of many of these images, used with permission).
  • Hooey 1932-01 (!) 10 visits Hooey 1932-01
  • Hooey 1932-02 (!) 9 visits Hooey 1932-02
  • Hooey 1932-03 (!) 6 visits Hooey 1932-03
  • Hooey 1932-06 (!) 6 visits Hooey 1932-06
  • Hooey 1932-09 (!) 6 visits Hooey 1932-09
  • Hooey 1932-10 (!) 6 visits Hooey 1932-10
  • Hooey 1933-01 (!) 6 visits Hooey 1933-01
  • Hooey 1933-02 (!) 6 visits Hooey 1933-02
  • Hooey 1933-04 (!) 7 visits Hooey 1933-04
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  • Hooey 1933-07 (!) 6 visits Hooey 1933-07
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  • Hooey 1933-11 (!) 7 visits Hooey 1933-11
  • Hooey 1933-12 (!) 6 visits Hooey 1933-12
  • Hooey 1934-07 (!) 6 visits Hooey 1934-07
  • Hooey 1934-09 (!) 7 visits Hooey 1934-09
  • Hooey 1935-06 (!) 43 visits Hooey 1935-06