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  • Issue #83
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    National Diamond Sales. Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "The Show Stopper Caper," pencils by Stan Goldberg; A rival rock singer who is jealous of the Glads' success goes to great lengths, including kidnapping Fran, to stop the band from playing at the Mountain Lodge. "To Kiss and Tell"; Fran goes to deliver shirts to Clyde's apartment and finds herself alone with Rod, who comes onto Fran until the Glads rescue her. "The Worry Birds," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Mr. Didit visits Clyde's apartment to check in on him and finds two girls in Clyde's apartment--namely his neighbor and Dick's girlfriend Annette and Annette's mother. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #66
    Mad House Ma-ad (1969) 66
    • Oxidation. Water damage. Writing on front.

    Cover pencils by Gus Lemoine, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "Gap Flap," pencils by Gus Lemoine, inks by Jon D'Agostino; A new rock group called "The Tooth Gap." "The Groovy Guru," pencils by Stan Goldberg; A guru is meditating. "Zippy and the Zappers," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Zippy and the Zappers are a rock group that plays their concerts from a car. "Thrill Skill," pencils by Gus Lemoine, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Porter the Reporter must spice up his sports broadcast or he will lose his sponsor. "Everyday Film Monsters," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Mario Acquaviva; Various humorous one-panel "Monster" type films. "Act Tact," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Mario Acquaviva; One lion wonders why the lion-tamer never does the head-in-the-mouth trick with him. "Hustle Bustle," pencils by Gus Lemoine, inks by Jon D'Agostino; A reporter interviews the band Zippy and the Zappers. "Headed for Trouble," art by Stan Goldberg; The trouble with two-headed Martians. "Rock Shock," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Fran the Fan meets a rock band. Plus various other stories. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #67
    Mad House Ma-ad (1969) 67

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "L'il Cool Fool Never Lies," pencils by Stan Goldberg; The readers get the truth behind some of L'il Cool Fool's fibs. "Peeve Heave," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Rudy Lapick; Zippy and the Zappers find themselves getting booed off-stage for a song that even the songwriter found offensive. "Chancy Dance," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Rudy Lapick; Li'l Cool Fool attempts a rain dance for his girlfriend... with unexpected results from her father. "Jail Wail," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Mario Acquaviva; A prisoner is ready to sing to the District Attorney... literally. "Goon Tune," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Rudy Lapick; Zippy and the Zappers take the direction of playing a song by ear all too literally. "Mark Lark," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Rudy Lapick; Zippy's report on World Affairs relates more to rock 'n' roll, much to his teacher's chagrin. Betty and Veronica Spectacular. Plus various other stories. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #68
    Mad House Ma-ad (1969) 68
    • Staples added (not manufacturing).

    Last 12-cent issue. Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "Fran the Fan Meets the Madhouse Ma-ads," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Fran the Fan schemes to get the autographs of each member of the Mad House Ma-ads. Archie Annual ad. "Sassy Session," pencils by Stan Goldberg; A band is continually dissatisfied with the size of an echo chamber. "Brain Pain," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Professor Transistor's computer is sensitive to bad breath. "Sock It To 'Em!", pencils by Stan Goldberg; Zippy and the Zappers rehearse for long periods of time. "Bogey the Yogy," pencils by Stan Goldberg; A yogi charms a gas pump into giving him gas. "Karate Man Blues," pencils by Stan Goldberg; A karate man uses his karate chop to kill a fly and winds up breaking the table. "Break Ache," pencils by Gus Lemoine; The Tumbling Weeds go broke because the cost of breaking their instruments at each show exceeded the money they made. "The Happy Hippy," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Lippy opens a stand to take care of people's hang-ups--by selling them hangers. Plus various other stories. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #69
    Mad House Ma-ad (1969) 69

    First 15-cent issue. Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "Meet the Press," art by Samm Schwartz; A reporter from The Daily Square is sent to interview the Ma-ads and gets more than he bargained for. "Prize Protest," art by Samm Schwartz; Fran the Fan tries to get Bippy to stop protesting, but inadvertently gives him a new way to protest. "Laff Gaff," pencils by Stan Goldberg; A jester tries to cheer up a depressed king. "Clock Yock," art by Samm Schwartz; Fran the Fan tries to stay on top of clock trends. "Sit Bit," art by Samm Schwartz; Bippy answers to someone who accuses him of being lazy. "Flame Game," art by Stan Goldberg; Fran the Fan saves her records from her burning house, but her father rushes them back inside. "Moon Swoon," pencils by Stan Goldberg; A man moonlights as a werewolf. "Drippy Drama," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Fran the Fan tries to chip a piece from the wall of a hotel where the Mad House Ma-ads stayed. "Boozer the Loser!", pencils by Bob White; Boozer keeps blowing the opportunities in his life. "Ace Place," pencils by Samm Schwartz; When Rod the Mod doesn't have enough money for a nightclub, he takes Fran the Fan to a mod boutique. "Another Prize Protest," pencils by Samm Schwartz; A soda jerk gives Bippy a fair shake, but not the kind he's looking for. "Clothes Woes," art by Samm Schwartz; Rod the Mod gets jealous of the Ma-ads' mod clothes. Plus various other stories. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #70
    Mad House Ma-ad (1969) 70

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "The Voice!"; In an effort to steal Fran's attention away from the Ma-ads, Rod joins a protest demanding youth positions in government. "Flash Splash," art by Samm Schwartz; Bippy chides Rod for wearing flashy clothes and not protesting. "Squeaking Out," art by Samm Schwartz; Mr. Didit tries to get his sons to wash his car, but they are all busy with other activities. Archie Quarter Comics ad. "Country Fresh," pencils by Stan Goldberg; A country music band is so authentic that it includes farm animals. "Beach Screech," art by Samm Schwartz; Fran is excited about the Professor's new invention. "Flag Gag," art by Samm Schwartz; A disco manager wants his band to communicate with the audience. "Glower Power" starring Sabrina Teen Witch, art by Stan Goldberg; Test to determine who is the most powerful witch. Plus various other stories. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #71
    Mad House Ma-ad (1969) 71

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "The Souvenir," art by Samm Schwartz; Rod tries to impress Fran by giving her Dan Didit's guitar. "Eat Treat," art by Samm Schwartz; Inspired by acts that smash their guitars, the Ma-ads decide to get edible instruments. "Dough Woe," art by Samm Schwartz; Everything about the Ma-ads is real tight...especially the man that pays them. "Sign Line," art by Samm Schwartz; Chester gets turned down when he offers to carry a girl's books home, but Bippy gets a kiss when he offers to carry the girl's protest signs. "Rock Yock," art by Samm Schwartz; The Ma-ads go to the wrong type of rock festival. "Light Site," art by Samm Schwartz; Discotheque lightman Bruno creates a rainbow effect that is so realistic, it has a pot of gold at the end. "Notes To You," art by Samm Schwartz; Clyde and Dan have a guitar battle that ends up drowning them both in musical notes. Plus various other stories. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #72
    Mad House Ma-ad (1969) 72

    "The Trend Setters," art by Stan Goldberg; When Fran the Fan finds out that the Archies are going to appear at the Ma-ads concert, the Archies have to find a way to sneak past souvenir-hungry fans. Post Cereals ad with Archie. "Bash Crash," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Bippy doesn't like oddballs at his party. "Broom Zoom," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Aunt Hilda takes Sabrina on a roller coaster to teach her how to stay on a flying broom. "Queer Fear," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Dick is not as frightened by the fans that chase him than he is by the fact that they one day might stop chasing him. "Hex Vex," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Cora asks Sabrina how to swipe another girl's boyfriend and then steals Sabrina's boyfriend. "Sign Whine," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Bippy gets the establishment uptight with a blank protest sign. "Gag Gig," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Bippy gets equal rights, but not the kind he hoped for. Archie's Christmas Stocking ad. "Witch Pitch," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Sabrina explains witchcraft to her classmates and gets detention. "The Feet Generation," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Bippy the Hippy convinces Dippy to go barefoot, but Dippy finds it more harmful than liberating. Plus various other stories. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #18A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 18A
    Published 1975 by EC.

    Includes Bonus Nostalgic Mad Comic. Cover art by Bill Elder, Wally Wood, and Jack Davis. "Shermlock Shomes!", pencils by Bill Elder; Spoof of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes; comic book insert. "Wild ," pencils by Wally Wood; Parody of the Marlon Brando movie "The Wild One"; comic book insert. "Lone Stranger Rides Again!", pencils by Jack Davis; Take-off on Fran Striker's The Lone Ranger; comic book insert. "Starchie," pencils by Bill Elder; Parody of Archie; comic book insert. "Mad Final Episodes of Some Long-Running TV Shows," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Angelo Torres; Spoofs of "M*A*S*H," "Columbo," "Gunsmoke," "Kung Fu" and "All in the Family." "A Portfolio of Mad Good News-Bad News Photo Silhouettes," script and art by Arnoldo Franchioni; featuring Marlon Brando; Beatles; Charlie Chaplin; and Jerry Lewis. "Shmoe," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Joe," an upper class father murders the drug addict boyfriend of his daughter, then teams up with a borderline psychotic construction worker to search the city's counterculture hangouts for his missing daughter. "The Lighter Side of ... Love," script and art by Dave Berg. "Mad's Reality Street," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Jack Davis; In a parody of the TV show "Sesame Street," local residents and puppets try to teach simple lessons amid the decay and danger of an inner city slum neighborhood block. "The Lighter Side of ... Living Space," script and art by Dave Berg. "The Mad Orthodontia Primer," script by Larry Siegel, art by Paul Coker, Jr. "Spy vs. Spy" by Anthony Prohias. " The New Army," script and art by Frank Jacobs; Examples of how the military has changed with the times. "A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Recording Studio," script by Earle Doud, art by Jack Davis. "If the Characters in Peanuts Aged Like Ordinary People," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke. "An Italian Robin Catching a Worm," script and art by Don Martin. "The Trauma of '42," script by Stan Hart, art by Mort Drucker; Satire of motion picture "Summer of '42." 136 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #18B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 18B
    Published 1975 by EC.

    Does NOT Include Bonus Nostalgic Mad Comic. Cover art by Bill Elder, Wally Wood, and Jack Davis. "Shermlock Shomes!", pencils by Bill Elder; Spoof of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes; comic book insert. "Wild ," pencils by Wally Wood; Parody of the Marlon Brando movie "The Wild One"; comic book insert. "Lone Stranger Rides Again!", pencils by Jack Davis; Take-off on Fran Striker's The Lone Ranger; comic book insert. "Starchie," pencils by Bill Elder; Parody of Archie; comic book insert. "Mad Final Episodes of Some Long-Running TV Shows," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Angelo Torres; Spoofs of "M*A*S*H," "Columbo," "Gunsmoke," "Kung Fu" and "All in the Family." "A Portfolio of Mad Good News-Bad News Photo Silhouettes," script and art by Arnoldo Franchioni; featuring Marlon Brando; Beatles; Charlie Chaplin; and Jerry Lewis. "Shmoe," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Joe," an upper class father murders the drug addict boyfriend of his daughter, then teams up with a borderline psychotic construction worker to search the city's counterculture hangouts for his missing daughter. "The Lighter Side of ... Love," script and art by Dave Berg. "Mad's Reality Street," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Jack Davis; In a parody of the TV show "Sesame Street," local residents and puppets try to teach simple lessons amid the decay and danger of an inner city slum neighborhood block. "The Lighter Side of ... Living Space," script and art by Dave Berg. "The Mad Orthodontia Primer," script by Larry Siegel, art by Paul Coker, Jr. "Spy vs. Spy" by Anthony Prohias. " The New Army," script and art by Frank Jacobs; Examples of how the military has changed with the times. "A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Recording Studio," script by Earle Doud, art by Jack Davis. "If the Characters in Peanuts Aged Like Ordinary People," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke. "An Italian Robin Catching a Worm," script and art by Don Martin. "The Trauma of '42," script by Stan Hart, art by Mort Drucker; Satire of motion picture "Summer of '42." 136 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #95
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 95

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  • Issue #96
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 96

    Horror issue Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #97
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 97
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    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1554574022
  • Issue #98
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 98

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "Goldilocks and the Three Werewolves," art by Dexter Taylor; The famous bank robber Goldilocks uses a werewolf's house as a hideout and eats their pizza pie. "The Invention of Time," script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Professor Klutz tells how time was invented by keeping track of when a caveman named Ku's stomach growled. "Mad House Follies," art by Dexter Taylor; Igor and Freddy do a stand-up routine for a crowd of monsters. "The Return of Pingo Pongo," art by Dexter Taylor; After being knocked off the Empire State Building, Pingo Pongo is taken under the wing of talent agent Eddie, who trains the ape to be in movies. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #99
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 99

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "Francistein," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Rejected by the schools of mad medicine, Dr. Francistein creates a monster to "wreak havoc on male chauvinist pigs," but the monster is more interested in wearing clothes and dating men than fighting for women's lib. "Chop Chap," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Dexter Plunk enrolls in the Chang Bang Kung Fu School to fight off his bullies, but it's pure luck and poor hygiene that ends up beating his bullies in the end. "Dipsy Doodle," pencils by Stan Goldberg; A painter paints two women, but when he beckons to them, they beat him up and write "Fight male chauvinism" on one of his canvasses. "Home Movies," art by Dexter Taylor; A series of nine pantomime film strips depicting a family's camping vacation. "The Discovery of Noses," pencils by Stan Goldberg; A narrator discusses how people were alerted to the presence of town gossip Curious Curt by the sight of his nose, which led them to discover their own noses. A narrator discusses how people were alerted to the presence of town gossip Curious Curt by the sight of his nose, which led them to discover their own noses. Archie Quarter Comics ad. Madhouse Comics Digest ad. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #100
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 100

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "Marvelous Marmaduke, The Magician," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Marvelous Marmaduke has a penchant for catching low-level criminals and creating more work for other people. Hostess snack cakes ad with Archie. "Past Enthusiast," art by Dexter Taylor; Captain Sprocket goes to Washington to find out why the government hasn't called him for a job in years, and trades wits with the government's new creation, the Eight Billion Dollar Man. "Jungleland," pencils by Stan Goldberg; At Jungleland, everything is programmed to simulate the thrill of visiting Africa...even the attractive tour guides. Archie Comics Digest ad. "The Garage Sale," art by Dexter Taylor; An average family discovers why the Mad House garage sale gets so much business. "Wowee! What's that, Professor Transistor?", art by Dexter Taylor; Professor Transistor and his assistant Chester meet Mr. Moneybags for lunch to show off their new invention. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #101
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 101

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    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "Denny the Drifter," art by Samm Schwartz; A time-traveller uses modern technology to scale Zadar Mountain and receive a 200-pound pearl as a reward. Hostess snack cakes ad with Archie. "Master Disaster," art by Joe Edwards; Disaster movie star Robert Pinkford discusses his latest disaster movie. "You Know You're a Monster If," script by George Gladir, art by Dan DeCarlo; Gags about how you can learn whether you're a monster. "Mad House Sport Oddities," art by Joe Edwards; A Ripley's Believe It or Not style look at sports. "Sports in Transylvania," art by Samm Schwartz. "The Discovery of Water," art by Samm Schwartz; Professor Transistor tells about the discovery of water by a man named Dodo, who had water on the brain. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #102
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 102

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "Jinx Malloy," art by Joe Edwards; The San Diego Creampuffs hire Jinx to bring bad luck to the opposing teams; The plan works initially, but backfires when the manager gets cocky and shakes Jinx's hand before the World Series, causing an earthquake and dugout collapse that injures the entire team. Josie and the Cup Cakes Hostess ad, pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "Marilyn's Marauders," art by Joe Edwards; Turned away from the Minutemen, Marilyn forms a group of women to help fight the British in comedic ways. "Next Year's TV Police Shows," art by Joe Edwards; A look at next year's police shows, including Police Canine Corps, Police Clock, and Police File. "Hark Shark!", art by Joe Edwards; A shark talks about the perils of being a shark. "A Chip off the Old Block," art by Joe Edwards; Blue Flash Jr. gets his superhero diploma from his retired father, but finds it hard to fight crime in the modern world. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.30.

  • Issue #103
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 103

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    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "The Yechh Zone," script by George Gladir, art by Samm Schwartz; Dexter becomes a terrific Frisbee player when a trash collector mixes up his trash picker with a witches' wand and pokes Dexter's Frisbee. "You Know You're a Super Hero If," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Three one-panel gags about how to tell if you're a superhero. "Jungle Jangle," art by Joe Edwards; A feminist and women's lib leader answers Zartan's classified ad for a mate. "Skateboards You May Not Have Seen," art by Joe Edwards. "Monsters in the News," art by Samm Schwartz. "Invisible Teen-ager," art by Joe Edwards; While making a super sundae concoction, Roger Winterbottom discovers the secret to invisibility and finds it's not all it's cracked up to be. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.30.

  • Issue #104
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 104
  • Issue #105
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 105

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  • Issue #106
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 106

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  • Issue #107
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 107

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  • Issue #108
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 108

    First 35-cent cover price. "Drippy Trip"; The Professor takes his nephew to the future, where they discover they prefer their own time period. Fake travel stickers for Congo, Holland, Baghdad and Transylvania. "Queen Kanga"; Two giant apes (ala King Kong) decide to help humanity instead of terrorizing them. Lite'ems ad with Josie and The Pussycats. "Misleading Names of TV Programs"; Examples of literal meanings of several TV show names. "Good News and Bad News"; Examples of how the same event can be both good news and bad news. "Skateboarding Around The World!" "You Know You're A Witch"; Variations on signs you may be a witch. "Woman's Lib Visits Fairytale Land"; Georgie Porgie takes a look at fairy tales revised for women's lib sensitivities...and finds improvement for his tale. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.30.

  • Issue #109
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 109
  • Issue #110
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 110

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "The Boy Who Was Different," script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; No one can quite put their finger on exactly how Joey (a cyclops) is different from everyone else. Hostess snack cakes ad with Josie. "Transistor Mister," script by George Gladir; An inventor offers to provide bionic policemen to an understaffed police force, but he turns out to be a robber, whose creations won't stop him. Mad House Quizzles; five riddles. "Monsters in the News"; Description of life with various monsters in Transylvania. "A Madhouse Look at Bugs," script and art by Dexter Taylor; Insect life is just like ours. "Transylvania Triumph," script by George Gladir, art by Chic Stone; The vampire Dracks are in dire financial straits until their nephew Bogar comes back from school in America with an idea to turn their castle into a tourist attraction. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #111
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 111

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  • Issue #112
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 112
  • Issue #113
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 113

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "Down We Go" Hostess snack cakes ad with Josie. "It's on the House!"; Retelling of the story of Hansel and Gretel. "Fairy Tales According to Women's Lib"; Two fairy tales and a nursery rhyme retold with a "feminist" twist. "The Unexplainable," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; The bionic people of the year 4072 are baffled when two young humans appear (a "male" and a "female"), so they decide to exile them to a remote island where they can't do any harm. The humans appear to be perfectly happy in their new Garden of Eden. "Wasted Horoscopes," art by Samm Schwartz; Several examples of people to whom the advice of some horoscopes is of no use whatever. "You Know You're in Outer Space if...", art by Samm Schwartz; eight gag cartoons. Sabrina's Witch Name word puzzle by Joe Edwards. Dear Aunt Gabby humorous advice column by Eda Edwards, art by Joe Edwards. "Come Clean"; The Professor invents a time machine that only functions as a clock; When it explodes, the Professor's vacuum robot runs wild instead of cleaning up the mess. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #114
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 114

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "Man's Pest Friend," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Rudy Lapick; Egad wants a girlfriend, so Doctor Fink-Stein brings a wooden mannequin to life for him. "Misleading TV Program Titles," art by Samm Schwartz; What TV shows would be like if you interpreted their titles literally. "Cindy-Rella"; A parody of Cinderella set in contemporary days. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #115
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 115
  • Issue #116
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 116

    First 40-cent cover price. Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "Robot's Revenge," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; A robot from another planet teaches humans to be nice to their mechanical gadgets. "You Know You're a Jinxed Super Hero if...," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Four one-panel gags. "UFO Double Takes"; Two two-panel gags. "Little Red Riding Hood"; In this updated version of the story, the Wolf tries to steal the money Red Riding Hood is bringing to her grandmother but Grandma fights back. 2 half-page stories with Mad House Maddy. "You Know You're a Teenager When Your Parents Get Annoyed," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Six one-panel gags. "How Come We Worry About...", pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Six two-panel gags. "Dates from Outer Space," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Four one-panel gags. "Josie Has the Answer" Hostess Fruit Pies ad. Dear Aunt Gabby advice column by Eda Edwards, art by Joe Edwards. "Egyptian Conniption," script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; A mummy tells of his museum visit in America. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.40.

  • Issue #117
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 117
  • Issue #118
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 118
  • Issue #119
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 119

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. Hostess snack cakes ad with Josie. "The Campus Clowns," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Meet Jock, Boomer, and Hondo, members of the Springton University Magna Moo fraternity, whose fraternity house is nicknamed "the Mad House"; Boomer invents an anti-gravity solution to sneak into girls' dorms, which the college president plans to use to make the college rich. "Fang Harangue," art by Bob Bolling; Dracula and Igor move to America to escape those who hate them in Transylvania, but find that America's discos and celebrity culture are worse. "Platinum Chum," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Tommy grows up side by side with his robot companion Sparky, but when Tommy becomes interested in girls, the friendship seems to be over--until Tommy builds a robot wife for Sparky. "Lust for Loot," art by Dick Malmgren; Game show host Jim Darling leads a contestant through stupid questions and severe punishments for the wrong answers. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.40.

  • Issue #120
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 120
  • Issue #121
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 121
  • Issue #122
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 122
  • Issue #123
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 123
  • Issue #124
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 124

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    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. Hostess snack cakes ad with Sabrina. "Giant Jottings," script by George Gladir, art by Stan Goldberg; A giant tells of the difficulties he faces in life, but assures us he will no longer be lonely once he meets the woman who modeled for the Statue of Liberty. "One Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words," pencils by Dick Malmgren; A TV repairman does a bad job of fixing a TV. "Stanley," script by George Gladir, art by Stan Goldberg; Stanley, a boy who discovered he has psychokinetic powers, shows how he uses his powers in everyday life. Statement of ownership: Average number of copies printed each month: 227,125; Average number of copies sold each month: 74,188. "Mad House Tips on How to Be an Attention Getter in the Show Biz Music World of Rock and Roll," pencils by Dick Malmgren ; Dr. Newsense gives the 11 steps of becoming a rock and roll star. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #125
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 125

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    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. Hostess snack cakes ad with Archie. "The Super Snooper," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Shylock Homes and his partner Whatson search for Lady Van Plushlife's missing poodle Fifi. "The Mad House Gift Catalog"; Various humorous gift ideas are presented. "Olympic Shtick," script by George Gladir, pencils by Joe Edwards, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Captain Sprocket competes in the Olympics, where he is so athletically gifted that he is disqualified from or loses every event. "Mad House Sport Oddities"; Various fictional athlete biographies. "Getting the Jump on the Game," art by Dick Malmgren; In a pantomime story, a racquetball player gets so good at returning high shots that he loses a real game on a low shot. "It's Enough to Make You Cry!!!", script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Various vignettes of a man's unfortunate attempts at dating a girl. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #126
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 126

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  • Issue #127
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 127

    First 60-cent cover price. Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "The Invention of Money," script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Rudy Lapick; Professor Transistor shows us the invention of money, which happened when J.P. Dexter began printing pictures of deer, especially bucks. "Mad House Fashions," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Six humorous fashions modeled by women. "Divine Design," pencils by Stan Goldberg; After his uncle's time machine accident gives him super powers, Jerry visits Calvin Gooch for a costume and saves his designs from a thief. "Night Bite," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; A boy kisses all of his pets before he kisses his dad good night. "Are You Square Like Chester or Cool Like Lester?", script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; A look at how Chester Square and Lester Cool act in different situations. "Chop Flop," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; A man tries kung fu on a bully. "The Mad House Gift Catalog," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Ten gifts that would come in handy in real life. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #128
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 128

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "The Invention of Speech," script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg; Professor Transistor shows us how speech was discovered. "Incredible Physical Feats," pencils by Stan Goldberg; A series of eight sports-related feats and the stories behind them. "Dragon Doings," pencils by Stan Goldberg; A dragon explains how his species became extinct. "Trailer For Rent or Sale," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; A family buys a camper, but discovers that it's not all it's cracked up to be. "Given The Brush," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; A man asks a painter for directions. "The Helping Hand," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; An ugly woman asks for a ride. "Going To The Dogs," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; A man gets a dog, but the dog doesn't behave very well. "Going Steady-Then and Later," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; A look at the differences between the early and later stages of going steady. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #129
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 129

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "Show Them No Quarter," script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; The story of how video game champ Georgie gets all of the quarters needed to play video games. "Some Good News and Bad News," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; A look at some good news and bad news. "The Lighter Side of Flying," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; A humorous look at flying. "Bunch Crunch," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; A lady helps a man park his car, denting it in the process, only to drive away in the car in front of his. "You Know It's Not Your Day," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren. "Monster Madness," script and art by Joe Edwards; Captain Sprocket tells us about his previous victories and his latest enemy, an arcade machine. "Space Storm," script and pencils by Joe Edwards; Two spacemen land on the Puzzle Planet and face crosswords, connect-the-dot puzzles, and mazes. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #130
    Madhouse Comics (1974) 130

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    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg. "Bagging The Dragon," script and art by Joe Edwards; A dragon tells us how his species became extinct (smoking was banned in the kingdom) while a knight looks for him for the king. "Dancing Dudes," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; A series of six dance-related gags. "That Demon Dentist," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; A man worries about going to the dentist. "Jogging Jive"; "Tender-Feet" Ted gives us the do's and don'ts of jogging in the city. "The Academy of Mighty Heroes: Annual Awards Dinner," script and art by Joe Edwards; Captain Sprocket tries to help a fellow mighty hero. "Dating Is Really The Pits When," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; A series of unfortunate events that can happen on a date. "Everyday Gremlins," pencils by Lori Walls. A maze to see if you are a bad guy or a good guy by Joe Edwards. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #8
    Mazie (1953 Comic-Sized) 8

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    Teen comedy featuring Mazie and her group of friends, similar to the Archie gang. Strapped for cash, the girls ill-advisedly try Mortie's experimental new hair treatment. During a field trip to the country, Mazie's class searches for a rare three-leaved Twinkle Bush. Lovestruck Stevie lets Mazie practice driving his car, but she's only had two Driver's Ed classes. Much Ado About Hairdo; Field Drip; Four-Wheels, No Steaks; Stevie and Mortie: Key Formation; All Fail The Queen. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Mazie (1953 Comic-Sized) 13

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    Teen comedy featuring Mazie and her group of friends, similar to the Archie gang. Bored with watching the guys do sports, the gals fall for a Shakespeare-quoting artist who's new to the school. Flat-Top schemes to ruin Stevie's bobsledding run, but the plan backfires. Mazie gets to be town mayor for a day, while her teen pals take over the police and fire departments. Culture Vulture; Star Subjects from Movieland; Mazie's Favorite Jokes; Old Grey Mayor; Stevie: Super Snorer; Flat-Top: Boob-Sledding; T.V. or Not T.V. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Mazie (1953 Comic-Sized) 14

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    With this issue, Harvey takes over publishing of the teen comedy series featuring Mazie and her group of friends. Mazie declares that silence is golden, ruining the fun for Stevie and Flat-Top. Mazie has a radio crush on her favorite DJ, but refuses to believe Jeanie's unflattering description of him. Also featuring "Teen-Fashion" paper dolls showcasing fashions of the time. Plus a vintage ad for a "Howdy Doody Color Television Set" toy. Look Whos Talkin'; TV and Screen by Mazie Dean; Mazie's Teen Fashion Pin-up Cut-outs; Disc Jerky; Hide n Soak; Mazie's Secret Diary; Mazie's Favorite Jokes; Stevie: The Mower the Merrier; Mortie. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Mazie (1953 Comic-Sized) 15

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    Cover by Warren Kremer. Teen comedy featuring Mazie and her group of friends, similar to the Archie gang. Mazie loses her car in the parking lot, and beeping key-fobs haven't been invented yet. Also featuring "Teen-Fashion" paper dolls showcasing fashions of the time. Plus a vintage ad for Wildroot Cream-Oil featuring Fearless Fosdick, with art by Al Capp. School Daze; TV and Screen by Mazie Dean; Mazie's Teen Fashion Pin-up Cut-outs; Tee Fore Two; Stevie: Nobody's Business; Mazie's Secret Diary; Mazie's Favorite Jokes; Flat-Top: The Face Is Femm-iliar. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.