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  • Item #46440769
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    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 41
    Published Sep 1958 by EC.

    Painted cover art by Kelly Freas. "MAD Answers Questions Most Asked By Camp Counselors," script and art by Mel Lazarus. "The MAD Primer," script by Tom Koch, art by Joe Orlando; Parody of a reading primer, with a rather psychotic family. "At Large In A Haberdashery," script and art by Don Martin; Don sniffs (or worse) the handkerchiefs and coats before buying. "How To Put Out An Imitation of MAD," art by Harvey Kurtzman (frame), Bill Elder (frame), Norman Mingo (Alfred), and Jack Davis (main cover illustration). "Rare Old Magazines, script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; Possible modern style magazines as they would have existed in history. "Go West, Old Format," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Ways to punch up old TV shows by turning them into westerns. "Go East, Old Western," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Turning a western TV show into a Madison Avenue concept, Pallidin is hired to create an advertising campaign and when it doesn't work, forces a merger of two companies. "The New, Improved, Rotten Circus," script by Henry Morgan, art by Wally Wood and Bob Clarke; Henry compares modern circuses to old-fashioned ones...unfavorably. "How To Play Golf," script by Tom Koch, art by George Woodbridge; Bad tips on golfing, including giving up the game. "One Day's Advice Columns...The Next Day's Headlines," art by Wally Wood. "The Wrong Lions," art by Mort Drucker; Parody of movie The Young Lions with twist ending involving the author of the book. "The Count-Down Man," script by Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Bill Levine, and Dee Caruso, art by Mort Drucker; Wally interviews the man who counts down rocket launches for NASA. "The National Osographic Magazine," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Parody of National Geographic Magazine. Phony ad parody of Chesterfield Cigarettes ad, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #49616085
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    Published Sep 1958 by EC.

    Painted cover art by Kelly Freas. "MAD Answers Questions Most Asked By Camp Counselors," script and art by Mel Lazarus. "The MAD Primer," script by Tom Koch, art by Joe Orlando; Parody of a reading primer, with a rather psychotic family. "At Large In A Haberdashery," script and art by Don Martin; Don sniffs (or worse) the handkerchiefs and coats before buying. "How To Put Out An Imitation of MAD," art by Harvey Kurtzman (frame), Bill Elder (frame), Norman Mingo (Alfred), and Jack Davis (main cover illustration). "Rare Old Magazines, script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; Possible modern style magazines as they would have existed in history. "Go West, Old Format," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Ways to punch up old TV shows by turning them into westerns. "Go East, Old Western," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Turning a western TV show into a Madison Avenue concept, Pallidin is hired to create an advertising campaign and when it doesn't work, forces a merger of two companies. "The New, Improved, Rotten Circus," script by Henry Morgan, art by Wally Wood and Bob Clarke; Henry compares modern circuses to old-fashioned ones...unfavorably. "How To Play Golf," script by Tom Koch, art by George Woodbridge; Bad tips on golfing, including giving up the game. "One Day's Advice Columns...The Next Day's Headlines," art by Wally Wood. "The Wrong Lions," art by Mort Drucker; Parody of movie The Young Lions with twist ending involving the author of the book. "The Count-Down Man," script by Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Bill Levine, and Dee Caruso, art by Mort Drucker; Wally interviews the man who counts down rocket launches for NASA. "The National Osographic Magazine," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Parody of National Geographic Magazine. Phony ad parody of Chesterfield Cigarettes ad, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #46659805
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    Zoom Front Cover
    Published Sep 1958 by EC.

    Painted cover art by Kelly Freas. "MAD Answers Questions Most Asked By Camp Counselors," script and art by Mel Lazarus. "The MAD Primer," script by Tom Koch, art by Joe Orlando; Parody of a reading primer, with a rather psychotic family. "At Large In A Haberdashery," script and art by Don Martin; Don sniffs (or worse) the handkerchiefs and coats before buying. "How To Put Out An Imitation of MAD," art by Harvey Kurtzman (frame), Bill Elder (frame), Norman Mingo (Alfred), and Jack Davis (main cover illustration). "Rare Old Magazines, script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; Possible modern style magazines as they would have existed in history. "Go West, Old Format," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Ways to punch up old TV shows by turning them into westerns. "Go East, Old Western," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Turning a western TV show into a Madison Avenue concept, Pallidin is hired to create an advertising campaign and when it doesn't work, forces a merger of two companies. "The New, Improved, Rotten Circus," script by Henry Morgan, art by Wally Wood and Bob Clarke; Henry compares modern circuses to old-fashioned ones...unfavorably. "How To Play Golf," script by Tom Koch, art by George Woodbridge; Bad tips on golfing, including giving up the game. "One Day's Advice Columns...The Next Day's Headlines," art by Wally Wood. "The Wrong Lions," art by Mort Drucker; Parody of movie The Young Lions with twist ending involving the author of the book. "The Count-Down Man," script by Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Bill Levine, and Dee Caruso, art by Mort Drucker; Wally interviews the man who counts down rocket launches for NASA. "The National Osographic Magazine," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Parody of National Geographic Magazine. Phony ad parody of Chesterfield Cigarettes ad, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #48926280
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    Published Sep 1958 by EC.

    Painted cover art by Kelly Freas. "MAD Answers Questions Most Asked By Camp Counselors," script and art by Mel Lazarus. "The MAD Primer," script by Tom Koch, art by Joe Orlando; Parody of a reading primer, with a rather psychotic family. "At Large In A Haberdashery," script and art by Don Martin; Don sniffs (or worse) the handkerchiefs and coats before buying. "How To Put Out An Imitation of MAD," art by Harvey Kurtzman (frame), Bill Elder (frame), Norman Mingo (Alfred), and Jack Davis (main cover illustration). "Rare Old Magazines, script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; Possible modern style magazines as they would have existed in history. "Go West, Old Format," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Ways to punch up old TV shows by turning them into westerns. "Go East, Old Western," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Turning a western TV show into a Madison Avenue concept, Pallidin is hired to create an advertising campaign and when it doesn't work, forces a merger of two companies. "The New, Improved, Rotten Circus," script by Henry Morgan, art by Wally Wood and Bob Clarke; Henry compares modern circuses to old-fashioned ones...unfavorably. "How To Play Golf," script by Tom Koch, art by George Woodbridge; Bad tips on golfing, including giving up the game. "One Day's Advice Columns...The Next Day's Headlines," art by Wally Wood. "The Wrong Lions," art by Mort Drucker; Parody of movie The Young Lions with twist ending involving the author of the book. "The Count-Down Man," script by Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Bill Levine, and Dee Caruso, art by Mort Drucker; Wally interviews the man who counts down rocket launches for NASA. "The National Osographic Magazine," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Parody of National Geographic Magazine. Phony ad parody of Chesterfield Cigarettes ad, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #46659806
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    Zoom Front Cover
    Published Sep 1958 by EC.

    Painted cover art by Kelly Freas. "MAD Answers Questions Most Asked By Camp Counselors," script and art by Mel Lazarus. "The MAD Primer," script by Tom Koch, art by Joe Orlando; Parody of a reading primer, with a rather psychotic family. "At Large In A Haberdashery," script and art by Don Martin; Don sniffs (or worse) the handkerchiefs and coats before buying. "How To Put Out An Imitation of MAD," art by Harvey Kurtzman (frame), Bill Elder (frame), Norman Mingo (Alfred), and Jack Davis (main cover illustration). "Rare Old Magazines, script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; Possible modern style magazines as they would have existed in history. "Go West, Old Format," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Ways to punch up old TV shows by turning them into westerns. "Go East, Old Western," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Turning a western TV show into a Madison Avenue concept, Pallidin is hired to create an advertising campaign and when it doesn't work, forces a merger of two companies. "The New, Improved, Rotten Circus," script by Henry Morgan, art by Wally Wood and Bob Clarke; Henry compares modern circuses to old-fashioned ones...unfavorably. "How To Play Golf," script by Tom Koch, art by George Woodbridge; Bad tips on golfing, including giving up the game. "One Day's Advice Columns...The Next Day's Headlines," art by Wally Wood. "The Wrong Lions," art by Mort Drucker; Parody of movie The Young Lions with twist ending involving the author of the book. "The Count-Down Man," script by Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Bill Levine, and Dee Caruso, art by Mort Drucker; Wally interviews the man who counts down rocket launches for NASA. "The National Osographic Magazine," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Parody of National Geographic Magazine. Phony ad parody of Chesterfield Cigarettes ad, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #48054790
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    Zoom Front Cover
    Published Sep 1958 by EC.
    • Cover and centerfold detached at one staple.

    Painted cover art by Kelly Freas. "MAD Answers Questions Most Asked By Camp Counselors," script and art by Mel Lazarus. "The MAD Primer," script by Tom Koch, art by Joe Orlando; Parody of a reading primer, with a rather psychotic family. "At Large In A Haberdashery," script and art by Don Martin; Don sniffs (or worse) the handkerchiefs and coats before buying. "How To Put Out An Imitation of MAD," art by Harvey Kurtzman (frame), Bill Elder (frame), Norman Mingo (Alfred), and Jack Davis (main cover illustration). "Rare Old Magazines, script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; Possible modern style magazines as they would have existed in history. "Go West, Old Format," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Ways to punch up old TV shows by turning them into westerns. "Go East, Old Western," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Turning a western TV show into a Madison Avenue concept, Pallidin is hired to create an advertising campaign and when it doesn't work, forces a merger of two companies. "The New, Improved, Rotten Circus," script by Henry Morgan, art by Wally Wood and Bob Clarke; Henry compares modern circuses to old-fashioned ones...unfavorably. "How To Play Golf," script by Tom Koch, art by George Woodbridge; Bad tips on golfing, including giving up the game. "One Day's Advice Columns...The Next Day's Headlines," art by Wally Wood. "The Wrong Lions," art by Mort Drucker; Parody of movie The Young Lions with twist ending involving the author of the book. "The Count-Down Man," script by Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Bill Levine, and Dee Caruso, art by Mort Drucker; Wally interviews the man who counts down rocket launches for NASA. "The National Osographic Magazine," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Parody of National Geographic Magazine. Phony ad parody of Chesterfield Cigarettes ad, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #49282216
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    Zoom Front Cover
    Published Sep 1958 by EC.

    Painted cover art by Kelly Freas. "MAD Answers Questions Most Asked By Camp Counselors," script and art by Mel Lazarus. "The MAD Primer," script by Tom Koch, art by Joe Orlando; Parody of a reading primer, with a rather psychotic family. "At Large In A Haberdashery," script and art by Don Martin; Don sniffs (or worse) the handkerchiefs and coats before buying. "How To Put Out An Imitation of MAD," art by Harvey Kurtzman (frame), Bill Elder (frame), Norman Mingo (Alfred), and Jack Davis (main cover illustration). "Rare Old Magazines, script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; Possible modern style magazines as they would have existed in history. "Go West, Old Format," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Ways to punch up old TV shows by turning them into westerns. "Go East, Old Western," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Turning a western TV show into a Madison Avenue concept, Pallidin is hired to create an advertising campaign and when it doesn't work, forces a merger of two companies. "The New, Improved, Rotten Circus," script by Henry Morgan, art by Wally Wood and Bob Clarke; Henry compares modern circuses to old-fashioned ones...unfavorably. "How To Play Golf," script by Tom Koch, art by George Woodbridge; Bad tips on golfing, including giving up the game. "One Day's Advice Columns...The Next Day's Headlines," art by Wally Wood. "The Wrong Lions," art by Mort Drucker; Parody of movie The Young Lions with twist ending involving the author of the book. "The Count-Down Man," script by Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Bill Levine, and Dee Caruso, art by Mort Drucker; Wally interviews the man who counts down rocket launches for NASA. "The National Osographic Magazine," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Parody of National Geographic Magazine. Phony ad parody of Chesterfield Cigarettes ad, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #47038779
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    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 41

    Painted cover art by Kelly Freas. "MAD Answers Questions Most Asked By Camp Counselors," script and art by Mel Lazarus. "The MAD Primer," script by Tom Koch, art by Joe Orlando; Parody of a reading primer, with a rather psychotic family. "At Large In A Haberdashery," script and art by Don Martin; Don sniffs (or worse) the handkerchiefs and coats before buying. "How To Put Out An Imitation of MAD," art by Harvey Kurtzman (frame), Bill Elder (frame), Norman Mingo (Alfred), and Jack Davis (main cover illustration). "Rare Old Magazines, script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; Possible modern style magazines as they would have existed in history. "Go West, Old Format," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Ways to punch up old TV shows by turning them into westerns. "Go East, Old Western," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Turning a western TV show into a Madison Avenue concept, Pallidin is hired to create an advertising campaign and when it doesn't work, forces a merger of two companies. "The New, Improved, Rotten Circus," script by Henry Morgan, art by Wally Wood and Bob Clarke; Henry compares modern circuses to old-fashioned ones...unfavorably. "How To Play Golf," script by Tom Koch, art by George Woodbridge; Bad tips on golfing, including giving up the game. "One Day's Advice Columns...The Next Day's Headlines," art by Wally Wood. "The Wrong Lions," art by Mort Drucker; Parody of movie The Young Lions with twist ending involving the author of the book. "The Count-Down Man," script by Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Bill Levine, and Dee Caruso, art by Mort Drucker; Wally interviews the man who counts down rocket launches for NASA. "The National Osographic Magazine," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Parody of National Geographic Magazine. Phony ad parody of Chesterfield Cigarettes ad, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #47605406
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    Published Sep 1958 by EC.
    • 2" Cumulative spine split. Cover detached.

    Painted cover art by Kelly Freas. "MAD Answers Questions Most Asked By Camp Counselors," script and art by Mel Lazarus. "The MAD Primer," script by Tom Koch, art by Joe Orlando; Parody of a reading primer, with a rather psychotic family. "At Large In A Haberdashery," script and art by Don Martin; Don sniffs (or worse) the handkerchiefs and coats before buying. "How To Put Out An Imitation of MAD," art by Harvey Kurtzman (frame), Bill Elder (frame), Norman Mingo (Alfred), and Jack Davis (main cover illustration). "Rare Old Magazines, script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; Possible modern style magazines as they would have existed in history. "Go West, Old Format," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Ways to punch up old TV shows by turning them into westerns. "Go East, Old Western," script by Albert Meglin, art by George Woodbridge; Turning a western TV show into a Madison Avenue concept, Pallidin is hired to create an advertising campaign and when it doesn't work, forces a merger of two companies. "The New, Improved, Rotten Circus," script by Henry Morgan, art by Wally Wood and Bob Clarke; Henry compares modern circuses to old-fashioned ones...unfavorably. "How To Play Golf," script by Tom Koch, art by George Woodbridge; Bad tips on golfing, including giving up the game. "One Day's Advice Columns...The Next Day's Headlines," art by Wally Wood. "The Wrong Lions," art by Mort Drucker; Parody of movie The Young Lions with twist ending involving the author of the book. "The Count-Down Man," script by Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Bill Levine, and Dee Caruso, art by Mort Drucker; Wally interviews the man who counts down rocket launches for NASA. "The National Osographic Magazine," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Parody of National Geographic Magazine. Phony ad parody of Chesterfield Cigarettes ad, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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