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  • Item #48054787
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    Zoom Front Cover
    Published Mar 1958 by EC.
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.

    Painted cover art by J. Fred Muggs and Norman Mingo. "Wha' For...Sports Cars," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; Things sports cars can do that normal-size cars cannot. MAD Jewelry ad. "Mike Malice Interviews Mother Goose," script by Dave Berg, art by Mort Drucker; Mike interviews Mother Goose in his hard-hitting style, but gets no answers. "Blood, Guts, A Roscoe & You," art by George Woodbridge. "Outstanding Americans: Arthur A. Freen," script and art by Don Martin; After a series of disastrous automotive inventions beginning in 1934, Arthur invents the Ford Edsel in 1957. "Nobody Has Any Fun At Parties," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; A party that never gets going because the guests spend all night introducing themselves to each other. "Baby Sitting May Ruin Our Nation!", script and art by Dave Berg; Details what could happen if crime syndicates take over baby sitting and advises parents to just stay home. "How Neurotic Are You?", script by Paul Laikin, art by George Woodbridge; Quiz to see if you suffer from common pop culture neuroses. "TV Scenes We'd Like To See," script by E. Nelson Bridwell, art by Joe Orlando. "Bitter Homes And Gardens," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Satire of Better Homes and Gardens magazine, with articles on home remodeling and tips for the handyman. 2 one-page stories with Kelly Freas art. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #45669813
    Actual item pictured; not a generic image.
    Zoom Front Cover
    Published Mar 1958 by EC.

    Painted cover art by J. Fred Muggs and Norman Mingo. "Wha' For...Sports Cars," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; Things sports cars can do that normal-size cars cannot. MAD Jewelry ad. "Mike Malice Interviews Mother Goose," script by Dave Berg, art by Mort Drucker; Mike interviews Mother Goose in his hard-hitting style, but gets no answers. "Blood, Guts, A Roscoe & You," art by George Woodbridge. "Outstanding Americans: Arthur A. Freen," script and art by Don Martin; After a series of disastrous automotive inventions beginning in 1934, Arthur invents the Ford Edsel in 1957. "Nobody Has Any Fun At Parties," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; A party that never gets going because the guests spend all night introducing themselves to each other. "Baby Sitting May Ruin Our Nation!", script and art by Dave Berg; Details what could happen if crime syndicates take over baby sitting and advises parents to just stay home. "How Neurotic Are You?", script by Paul Laikin, art by George Woodbridge; Quiz to see if you suffer from common pop culture neuroses. "TV Scenes We'd Like To See," script by E. Nelson Bridwell, art by Joe Orlando. "Bitter Homes And Gardens," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Satire of Better Homes and Gardens magazine, with articles on home remodeling and tips for the handyman. 2 one-page stories with Kelly Freas art. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #48305802
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    Zoom Front Cover
    Published Mar 1958 by EC.

    Painted cover art by J. Fred Muggs and Norman Mingo. "Wha' For...Sports Cars," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; Things sports cars can do that normal-size cars cannot. MAD Jewelry ad. "Mike Malice Interviews Mother Goose," script by Dave Berg, art by Mort Drucker; Mike interviews Mother Goose in his hard-hitting style, but gets no answers. "Blood, Guts, A Roscoe & You," art by George Woodbridge. "Outstanding Americans: Arthur A. Freen," script and art by Don Martin; After a series of disastrous automotive inventions beginning in 1934, Arthur invents the Ford Edsel in 1957. "Nobody Has Any Fun At Parties," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; A party that never gets going because the guests spend all night introducing themselves to each other. "Baby Sitting May Ruin Our Nation!", script and art by Dave Berg; Details what could happen if crime syndicates take over baby sitting and advises parents to just stay home. "How Neurotic Are You?", script by Paul Laikin, art by George Woodbridge; Quiz to see if you suffer from common pop culture neuroses. "TV Scenes We'd Like To See," script by E. Nelson Bridwell, art by Joe Orlando. "Bitter Homes And Gardens," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Satire of Better Homes and Gardens magazine, with articles on home remodeling and tips for the handyman. 2 one-page stories with Kelly Freas art. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #49664392
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    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 38

    Painted cover art by J. Fred Muggs and Norman Mingo. "Wha' For...Sports Cars," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; Things sports cars can do that normal-size cars cannot. MAD Jewelry ad. "Mike Malice Interviews Mother Goose," script by Dave Berg, art by Mort Drucker; Mike interviews Mother Goose in his hard-hitting style, but gets no answers. "Blood, Guts, A Roscoe & You," art by George Woodbridge. "Outstanding Americans: Arthur A. Freen," script and art by Don Martin; After a series of disastrous automotive inventions beginning in 1934, Arthur invents the Ford Edsel in 1957. "Nobody Has Any Fun At Parties," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; A party that never gets going because the guests spend all night introducing themselves to each other. "Baby Sitting May Ruin Our Nation!", script and art by Dave Berg; Details what could happen if crime syndicates take over baby sitting and advises parents to just stay home. "How Neurotic Are You?", script by Paul Laikin, art by George Woodbridge; Quiz to see if you suffer from common pop culture neuroses. "TV Scenes We'd Like To See," script by E. Nelson Bridwell, art by Joe Orlando. "Bitter Homes And Gardens," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Satire of Better Homes and Gardens magazine, with articles on home remodeling and tips for the handyman. 2 one-page stories with Kelly Freas art. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #48807020
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    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 38
    Published Mar 1958 by EC.

    Painted cover art by J. Fred Muggs and Norman Mingo. "Wha' For...Sports Cars," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; Things sports cars can do that normal-size cars cannot. MAD Jewelry ad. "Mike Malice Interviews Mother Goose," script by Dave Berg, art by Mort Drucker; Mike interviews Mother Goose in his hard-hitting style, but gets no answers. "Blood, Guts, A Roscoe & You," art by George Woodbridge. "Outstanding Americans: Arthur A. Freen," script and art by Don Martin; After a series of disastrous automotive inventions beginning in 1934, Arthur invents the Ford Edsel in 1957. "Nobody Has Any Fun At Parties," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; A party that never gets going because the guests spend all night introducing themselves to each other. "Baby Sitting May Ruin Our Nation!", script and art by Dave Berg; Details what could happen if crime syndicates take over baby sitting and advises parents to just stay home. "How Neurotic Are You?", script by Paul Laikin, art by George Woodbridge; Quiz to see if you suffer from common pop culture neuroses. "TV Scenes We'd Like To See," script by E. Nelson Bridwell, art by Joe Orlando. "Bitter Homes And Gardens," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Satire of Better Homes and Gardens magazine, with articles on home remodeling and tips for the handyman. 2 one-page stories with Kelly Freas art. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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