Mad Magazine comic books issue 203 1977-1979
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Cover by Jack Rickard. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Tom Koch, Stan Hart, Dennis Snee, Alen Robin, Lou Silverstone, Don (Duck) Edwing, Paul Peter Porges, Dick DeBartolo, Frank Jacobs, George Woodbridge, Harry North, Esq., Bob Jones, Bob Clarke, Mort Drucker, Paul Coker Jr., Angelo Torres, Jack Rickard, Jack Davis, Dave Berg, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Star Wars musical, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A spoof of '70s TV classic Fantasy Island, featuring art by Angelo Torres. Sesame Street specializes, and Americans vs. animals. Israel for the guilty. Mad's takes on car ads, historical figures, and high school newspapers. Classic Don Martin strips, Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, and Marginals by Sergio Aragones. The Force and I - The Mad "Star Wars" Musical; One Morning at Max's Novelty Shop; More Candid Mad Snapshots of Historical Celebrities; If Freedom of the Press Applied to High School Papers; Easily-Computed Human Factors; The Lighter Side of Rip-Offs; How to Read a New Car Ad; A Mad Look at The "Clorox" Commercial; The Mad Travel Agency's Specialized Tours for You and Your Neurosis - A Seven-Day Tour of Israel For the Guilt-Ridden; If Sesame Street Branched Out Into Specialized Avenues of Education; Amazing Facts About the Animal World vs. Amazing Facts About the American Scene; One Afternoon at Rocky's Diner; Fantasy "Buy"land; One Evening at the Bus Terminal; Fold-In; One Day in Paris. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.