Our find of the day: Plop!, "The New Magazine of Weird Humor!" is a 1970s comic book anthology published by DC Comics. It’s 24 issues ran September 1973 to December 1976, featuring a strange mix of horror and humor. Basil Wolverton created a new trademark on his 1973 Plop!-#1-cover when he invented "Arms" Armstrong. He did the first few cover illustrations, each showing weird and slightly disfigured characters that already allude to the weirdness awaiting on the inside. Like Wolverton himself, artist Sergio Aragones, was a long time member of MAD’s "usual gang of idiots". He embellished the cover by adding a special frame and published "The Plague" in this edition. Highlight of the issue, however, is Bernie Wrightson’s "The Gourmet". The story about a Gourmet, devouring mass amounts of frog legs and soon has to suffer the consequences of his evil passion won the "Shanzam Award for Best Humor Story" in 1973. Wallace Wood, who illustrated later covers of Plop! is also a former meber of the famous MAD-gang!
Source: pencilink.blogspot.de offers a great collection of cover art (http://pencilink.blogspot.de/2008/07/plop-14-wally-wood-art.html)