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Assorted MAD Magazines. 3 for $10
$10 - Sanborn, NY
Due to recent kidney transplant I must sell my beloved Mad Magazines. let me know what issues you want - 3 for $10 shipping is $5 or free on orders over $50. paypal accepted
Arnoldo Franchioni passed away 5 years ago! The Argentine artist and writer worked for MAD, later for Sick and Cracked. His famous writing was his collaboration with Jack Rickard “One Day in the Comic Suburbs“!
"One problem is that the message is short enough to offer multiple solutions. If we can get many different names out, how can we possibly decide which is correct? One solution put forth years ago, which I believe is correct: 'ALFRED E. NEUMAN,' the mascot of Mad magazine. I think putting this ridiculous name forward as his identity matches the killer’s sense of humor. Also, the first three cipher symbols in the Z 13 are AEN, Neuman’s initials."
"Many of the artists I have met in my Quirky Berkeley quest cite Mad magazine as a major force in their early lives. Mad was undoubtedly a disruptive force in American popular culture for decades."
Do you know if they sell the magazine at the Miami airport?
Can anyone help me identify which issue this Harry North art is from?
Adjusting for inflation and eliminating all animated films and sequels, what were the ten highest box-office grossing films to come out after MAD's transformation into a magazine that MAD did not use for the basis of a parody?
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Here’s s candid photo of Don Martin without his sunglasses.
Took the time to finally make little thumbnail animations of the various paperbacks that had Ballantine, Signet and Warner variations. Except for the required squinting, this will hopefully be a visual shorthand for collectors.
Today in Mexico:
Dia de los Muertos-Day of the Dead
(Wraparound cover by Sergio Aragones, for his One Shot, 1998, Dark Horse Comics)
My father in law had this in a Frame. On the top it says "for Lou silverstone" and it's by jack Davis if anybody wants to buy it.