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Don't buy this issue on Ebay, the signatures of Jack Davis, Mort Drucker and Don Martin are fake. It's very easy to indentify: The dots on the Drucker signing are missing, and also the dots after the Martin signature.
Dick doesn't actually recommend this.
That time I grabbed Mad's Maddest Writer...
Happy Birthday Dick DeBartolo!
Big Deal: Happy Birthday Dick DeBartolo, 72 years today (Fat Free!)
But who is who??? 😁😁
Found this today while on vacation..5 bucks
Found this on an unrelated search (it's in my Pop Culture And Nostalgia page now). A very early pre-Neuman example, from 1913 and Buffalo NY.
“Tragedy plus time equals comedy,” Ficarra said. “I think with Trump, we’ve dropped the time. It’s tragedy and comedy at the same time.”
My Buy-It-Now listing for a bidder number for my upcoming MAD Magazine memorabilia auction was removed by eBay last night. If there's anyone who would still like to bid, please send me $1 via PayPal. Please message me if you are interested, and I will give you my PayPal e-mail address. Here's a link to the auction catalog:
I am trying to find out which issue of MAD contained a particular "Strip Club" cartoon by Douglas Pasciewicz. The gag is a death row inmate who swallows popcorn kernels and corn oil before being sent to the electric chair. The warden says "What's he grinning about?" and the guard replies "Who knows what goes on in these weirdo's heads".
I would like to acquire the issue in which this cartoon appears because I own the original art to this cartoon.
It had to be in one of the 11 issues between 2006-2009 to which Doug Pasciewicz contributed:
This got posted on Reddit. It seems to be the cast of "It" (1990).
Leonard Nemoy signed in person magazine $100