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  • Item #49011502
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    Published Oct 1959 by EC.

    Cover art by Kelly Freas. Parody of ad for Parliament cigarettes. "Spot That Plug!", script by Sy Reit, art by Wallace Wood; Analyzes how television show scripts have subtle product plugs and predicts that in the future we will see shows consisting of nothing but a recitation of brand names. "NBC Plays CBS In The TV Baseball League," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; A wacky look at a baseball game played by television stars playing in character. "The Nearsighted Man And The Telephone," script and art by Don Martin; A man mistakes another man for a pay phone, and another man retrieves the dime from the "phone" man's mouth. "Where Song-Writers Get Their Inspiration," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Everyday inspirations that may have occurred for famous songs, from advertisements, news articles, letters, etc. "Women In Whisky Ads," script by Al Jaffee, art by Bob Clarke. "MAD Playgrounds That Prepare Kids For Adult Life," script and art by Dave Berg; Dave explores ideas for playgrounds that will make kids just as miserable as they will become as adults. "Changing Meanings For Fun & Profit," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge; A look at how people in various businesses could use the Hollywood and Broadway practice of excerpting from bad reviews to create more favorable reviews. "What Our Teenagers Really Think About," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; It really is true that all teenagers think about is the opposite sex. "Blue Confessions," script by Paul Laikin, art by Wallace Wood; Parody of True Confessions type of magazine, showing how the stories are not as spectacular as the misleading headlines. "The Night Peter Gone Cracked," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; Parody of Peter Gunn TV show, showing how the character would react if not his usual cool, suave self. "The Big House Beacon," script by Larry Siegel, art by Joe Orlando; What if a prison published a high-school yearbook type of publication?; A look at the class of '59. Parody of General Motors Body By Fisher ads, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #48196667
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    Published Oct 1959 by EC.

    Cover art by Kelly Freas. Parody of ad for Parliament cigarettes. "Spot That Plug!", script by Sy Reit, art by Wallace Wood; Analyzes how television show scripts have subtle product plugs and predicts that in the future we will see shows consisting of nothing but a recitation of brand names. "NBC Plays CBS In The TV Baseball League," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; A wacky look at a baseball game played by television stars playing in character. "The Nearsighted Man And The Telephone," script and art by Don Martin; A man mistakes another man for a pay phone, and another man retrieves the dime from the "phone" man's mouth. "Where Song-Writers Get Their Inspiration," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Everyday inspirations that may have occurred for famous songs, from advertisements, news articles, letters, etc. "Women In Whisky Ads," script by Al Jaffee, art by Bob Clarke. "MAD Playgrounds That Prepare Kids For Adult Life," script and art by Dave Berg; Dave explores ideas for playgrounds that will make kids just as miserable as they will become as adults. "Changing Meanings For Fun & Profit," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge; A look at how people in various businesses could use the Hollywood and Broadway practice of excerpting from bad reviews to create more favorable reviews. "What Our Teenagers Really Think About," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; It really is true that all teenagers think about is the opposite sex. "Blue Confessions," script by Paul Laikin, art by Wallace Wood; Parody of True Confessions type of magazine, showing how the stories are not as spectacular as the misleading headlines. "The Night Peter Gone Cracked," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; Parody of Peter Gunn TV show, showing how the character would react if not his usual cool, suave self. "The Big House Beacon," script by Larry Siegel, art by Joe Orlando; What if a prison published a high-school yearbook type of publication?; A look at the class of '59. Parody of General Motors Body By Fisher ads, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #47148771
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    Published Oct 1959 by EC.

    Cover art by Kelly Freas. Parody of ad for Parliament cigarettes. "Spot That Plug!", script by Sy Reit, art by Wallace Wood; Analyzes how television show scripts have subtle product plugs and predicts that in the future we will see shows consisting of nothing but a recitation of brand names. "NBC Plays CBS In The TV Baseball League," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; A wacky look at a baseball game played by television stars playing in character. "The Nearsighted Man And The Telephone," script and art by Don Martin; A man mistakes another man for a pay phone, and another man retrieves the dime from the "phone" man's mouth. "Where Song-Writers Get Their Inspiration," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Everyday inspirations that may have occurred for famous songs, from advertisements, news articles, letters, etc. "Women In Whisky Ads," script by Al Jaffee, art by Bob Clarke. "MAD Playgrounds That Prepare Kids For Adult Life," script and art by Dave Berg; Dave explores ideas for playgrounds that will make kids just as miserable as they will become as adults. "Changing Meanings For Fun & Profit," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge; A look at how people in various businesses could use the Hollywood and Broadway practice of excerpting from bad reviews to create more favorable reviews. "What Our Teenagers Really Think About," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; It really is true that all teenagers think about is the opposite sex. "Blue Confessions," script by Paul Laikin, art by Wallace Wood; Parody of True Confessions type of magazine, showing how the stories are not as spectacular as the misleading headlines. "The Night Peter Gone Cracked," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; Parody of Peter Gunn TV show, showing how the character would react if not his usual cool, suave self. "The Big House Beacon," script by Larry Siegel, art by Joe Orlando; What if a prison published a high-school yearbook type of publication?; A look at the class of '59. Parody of General Motors Body By Fisher ads, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #48257584
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    Published Oct 1959 by EC.
    • Staple rust.

    Cover art by Kelly Freas. Parody of ad for Parliament cigarettes. "Spot That Plug!", script by Sy Reit, art by Wallace Wood; Analyzes how television show scripts have subtle product plugs and predicts that in the future we will see shows consisting of nothing but a recitation of brand names. "NBC Plays CBS In The TV Baseball League," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; A wacky look at a baseball game played by television stars playing in character. "The Nearsighted Man And The Telephone," script and art by Don Martin; A man mistakes another man for a pay phone, and another man retrieves the dime from the "phone" man's mouth. "Where Song-Writers Get Their Inspiration," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Everyday inspirations that may have occurred for famous songs, from advertisements, news articles, letters, etc. "Women In Whisky Ads," script by Al Jaffee, art by Bob Clarke. "MAD Playgrounds That Prepare Kids For Adult Life," script and art by Dave Berg; Dave explores ideas for playgrounds that will make kids just as miserable as they will become as adults. "Changing Meanings For Fun & Profit," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge; A look at how people in various businesses could use the Hollywood and Broadway practice of excerpting from bad reviews to create more favorable reviews. "What Our Teenagers Really Think About," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; It really is true that all teenagers think about is the opposite sex. "Blue Confessions," script by Paul Laikin, art by Wallace Wood; Parody of True Confessions type of magazine, showing how the stories are not as spectacular as the misleading headlines. "The Night Peter Gone Cracked," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; Parody of Peter Gunn TV show, showing how the character would react if not his usual cool, suave self. "The Big House Beacon," script by Larry Siegel, art by Joe Orlando; What if a prison published a high-school yearbook type of publication?; A look at the class of '59. Parody of General Motors Body By Fisher ads, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #46659819
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    Published Oct 1959 by EC.

    Cover art by Kelly Freas. Parody of ad for Parliament cigarettes. "Spot That Plug!", script by Sy Reit, art by Wallace Wood; Analyzes how television show scripts have subtle product plugs and predicts that in the future we will see shows consisting of nothing but a recitation of brand names. "NBC Plays CBS In The TV Baseball League," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; A wacky look at a baseball game played by television stars playing in character. "The Nearsighted Man And The Telephone," script and art by Don Martin; A man mistakes another man for a pay phone, and another man retrieves the dime from the "phone" man's mouth. "Where Song-Writers Get Their Inspiration," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Everyday inspirations that may have occurred for famous songs, from advertisements, news articles, letters, etc. "Women In Whisky Ads," script by Al Jaffee, art by Bob Clarke. "MAD Playgrounds That Prepare Kids For Adult Life," script and art by Dave Berg; Dave explores ideas for playgrounds that will make kids just as miserable as they will become as adults. "Changing Meanings For Fun & Profit," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge; A look at how people in various businesses could use the Hollywood and Broadway practice of excerpting from bad reviews to create more favorable reviews. "What Our Teenagers Really Think About," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; It really is true that all teenagers think about is the opposite sex. "Blue Confessions," script by Paul Laikin, art by Wallace Wood; Parody of True Confessions type of magazine, showing how the stories are not as spectacular as the misleading headlines. "The Night Peter Gone Cracked," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; Parody of Peter Gunn TV show, showing how the character would react if not his usual cool, suave self. "The Big House Beacon," script by Larry Siegel, art by Joe Orlando; What if a prison published a high-school yearbook type of publication?; A look at the class of '59. Parody of General Motors Body By Fisher ads, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #46771269
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    Published Oct 1959 by EC.

    Cover art by Kelly Freas. Parody of ad for Parliament cigarettes. "Spot That Plug!", script by Sy Reit, art by Wallace Wood; Analyzes how television show scripts have subtle product plugs and predicts that in the future we will see shows consisting of nothing but a recitation of brand names. "NBC Plays CBS In The TV Baseball League," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; A wacky look at a baseball game played by television stars playing in character. "The Nearsighted Man And The Telephone," script and art by Don Martin; A man mistakes another man for a pay phone, and another man retrieves the dime from the "phone" man's mouth. "Where Song-Writers Get Their Inspiration," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Everyday inspirations that may have occurred for famous songs, from advertisements, news articles, letters, etc. "Women In Whisky Ads," script by Al Jaffee, art by Bob Clarke. "MAD Playgrounds That Prepare Kids For Adult Life," script and art by Dave Berg; Dave explores ideas for playgrounds that will make kids just as miserable as they will become as adults. "Changing Meanings For Fun & Profit," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge; A look at how people in various businesses could use the Hollywood and Broadway practice of excerpting from bad reviews to create more favorable reviews. "What Our Teenagers Really Think About," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; It really is true that all teenagers think about is the opposite sex. "Blue Confessions," script by Paul Laikin, art by Wallace Wood; Parody of True Confessions type of magazine, showing how the stories are not as spectacular as the misleading headlines. "The Night Peter Gone Cracked," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; Parody of Peter Gunn TV show, showing how the character would react if not his usual cool, suave self. "The Big House Beacon," script by Larry Siegel, art by Joe Orlando; What if a prison published a high-school yearbook type of publication?; A look at the class of '59. Parody of General Motors Body By Fisher ads, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #47148772
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    Published Oct 1959 by EC.

    Cover art by Kelly Freas. Parody of ad for Parliament cigarettes. "Spot That Plug!", script by Sy Reit, art by Wallace Wood; Analyzes how television show scripts have subtle product plugs and predicts that in the future we will see shows consisting of nothing but a recitation of brand names. "NBC Plays CBS In The TV Baseball League," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; A wacky look at a baseball game played by television stars playing in character. "The Nearsighted Man And The Telephone," script and art by Don Martin; A man mistakes another man for a pay phone, and another man retrieves the dime from the "phone" man's mouth. "Where Song-Writers Get Their Inspiration," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Everyday inspirations that may have occurred for famous songs, from advertisements, news articles, letters, etc. "Women In Whisky Ads," script by Al Jaffee, art by Bob Clarke. "MAD Playgrounds That Prepare Kids For Adult Life," script and art by Dave Berg; Dave explores ideas for playgrounds that will make kids just as miserable as they will become as adults. "Changing Meanings For Fun & Profit," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge; A look at how people in various businesses could use the Hollywood and Broadway practice of excerpting from bad reviews to create more favorable reviews. "What Our Teenagers Really Think About," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; It really is true that all teenagers think about is the opposite sex. "Blue Confessions," script by Paul Laikin, art by Wallace Wood; Parody of True Confessions type of magazine, showing how the stories are not as spectacular as the misleading headlines. "The Night Peter Gone Cracked," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; Parody of Peter Gunn TV show, showing how the character would react if not his usual cool, suave self. "The Big House Beacon," script by Larry Siegel, art by Joe Orlando; What if a prison published a high-school yearbook type of publication?; A look at the class of '59. Parody of General Motors Body By Fisher ads, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #49572782
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    Published Oct 1959 by EC.

    Cover art by Kelly Freas. Parody of ad for Parliament cigarettes. "Spot That Plug!", script by Sy Reit, art by Wallace Wood; Analyzes how television show scripts have subtle product plugs and predicts that in the future we will see shows consisting of nothing but a recitation of brand names. "NBC Plays CBS In The TV Baseball League," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; A wacky look at a baseball game played by television stars playing in character. "The Nearsighted Man And The Telephone," script and art by Don Martin; A man mistakes another man for a pay phone, and another man retrieves the dime from the "phone" man's mouth. "Where Song-Writers Get Their Inspiration," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Everyday inspirations that may have occurred for famous songs, from advertisements, news articles, letters, etc. "Women In Whisky Ads," script by Al Jaffee, art by Bob Clarke. "MAD Playgrounds That Prepare Kids For Adult Life," script and art by Dave Berg; Dave explores ideas for playgrounds that will make kids just as miserable as they will become as adults. "Changing Meanings For Fun & Profit," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge; A look at how people in various businesses could use the Hollywood and Broadway practice of excerpting from bad reviews to create more favorable reviews. "What Our Teenagers Really Think About," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; It really is true that all teenagers think about is the opposite sex. "Blue Confessions," script by Paul Laikin, art by Wallace Wood; Parody of True Confessions type of magazine, showing how the stories are not as spectacular as the misleading headlines. "The Night Peter Gone Cracked," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; Parody of Peter Gunn TV show, showing how the character would react if not his usual cool, suave self. "The Big House Beacon," script by Larry Siegel, art by Joe Orlando; What if a prison published a high-school yearbook type of publication?; A look at the class of '59. Parody of General Motors Body By Fisher ads, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #45740853
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    Published Oct 1959 by EC.

    Cover art by Kelly Freas. Parody of ad for Parliament cigarettes. "Spot That Plug!", script by Sy Reit, art by Wallace Wood; Analyzes how television show scripts have subtle product plugs and predicts that in the future we will see shows consisting of nothing but a recitation of brand names. "NBC Plays CBS In The TV Baseball League," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; A wacky look at a baseball game played by television stars playing in character. "The Nearsighted Man And The Telephone," script and art by Don Martin; A man mistakes another man for a pay phone, and another man retrieves the dime from the "phone" man's mouth. "Where Song-Writers Get Their Inspiration," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Everyday inspirations that may have occurred for famous songs, from advertisements, news articles, letters, etc. "Women In Whisky Ads," script by Al Jaffee, art by Bob Clarke. "MAD Playgrounds That Prepare Kids For Adult Life," script and art by Dave Berg; Dave explores ideas for playgrounds that will make kids just as miserable as they will become as adults. "Changing Meanings For Fun & Profit," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge; A look at how people in various businesses could use the Hollywood and Broadway practice of excerpting from bad reviews to create more favorable reviews. "What Our Teenagers Really Think About," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; It really is true that all teenagers think about is the opposite sex. "Blue Confessions," script by Paul Laikin, art by Wallace Wood; Parody of True Confessions type of magazine, showing how the stories are not as spectacular as the misleading headlines. "The Night Peter Gone Cracked," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; Parody of Peter Gunn TV show, showing how the character would react if not his usual cool, suave self. "The Big House Beacon," script by Larry Siegel, art by Joe Orlando; What if a prison published a high-school yearbook type of publication?; A look at the class of '59. Parody of General Motors Body By Fisher ads, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #49282225
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    Published Oct 1959 by EC.

    Cover art by Kelly Freas. Parody of ad for Parliament cigarettes. "Spot That Plug!", script by Sy Reit, art by Wallace Wood; Analyzes how television show scripts have subtle product plugs and predicts that in the future we will see shows consisting of nothing but a recitation of brand names. "NBC Plays CBS In The TV Baseball League," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; A wacky look at a baseball game played by television stars playing in character. "The Nearsighted Man And The Telephone," script and art by Don Martin; A man mistakes another man for a pay phone, and another man retrieves the dime from the "phone" man's mouth. "Where Song-Writers Get Their Inspiration," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Everyday inspirations that may have occurred for famous songs, from advertisements, news articles, letters, etc. "Women In Whisky Ads," script by Al Jaffee, art by Bob Clarke. "MAD Playgrounds That Prepare Kids For Adult Life," script and art by Dave Berg; Dave explores ideas for playgrounds that will make kids just as miserable as they will become as adults. "Changing Meanings For Fun & Profit," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge; A look at how people in various businesses could use the Hollywood and Broadway practice of excerpting from bad reviews to create more favorable reviews. "What Our Teenagers Really Think About," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; It really is true that all teenagers think about is the opposite sex. "Blue Confessions," script by Paul Laikin, art by Wallace Wood; Parody of True Confessions type of magazine, showing how the stories are not as spectacular as the misleading headlines. "The Night Peter Gone Cracked," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; Parody of Peter Gunn TV show, showing how the character would react if not his usual cool, suave self. "The Big House Beacon," script by Larry Siegel, art by Joe Orlando; What if a prison published a high-school yearbook type of publication?; A look at the class of '59. Parody of General Motors Body By Fisher ads, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Item #46659820
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    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 50
    Published Oct 1959 by EC.

    Cover art by Kelly Freas. Parody of ad for Parliament cigarettes. "Spot That Plug!", script by Sy Reit, art by Wallace Wood; Analyzes how television show scripts have subtle product plugs and predicts that in the future we will see shows consisting of nothing but a recitation of brand names. "NBC Plays CBS In The TV Baseball League," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; A wacky look at a baseball game played by television stars playing in character. "The Nearsighted Man And The Telephone," script and art by Don Martin; A man mistakes another man for a pay phone, and another man retrieves the dime from the "phone" man's mouth. "Where Song-Writers Get Their Inspiration," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Everyday inspirations that may have occurred for famous songs, from advertisements, news articles, letters, etc. "Women In Whisky Ads," script by Al Jaffee, art by Bob Clarke. "MAD Playgrounds That Prepare Kids For Adult Life," script and art by Dave Berg; Dave explores ideas for playgrounds that will make kids just as miserable as they will become as adults. "Changing Meanings For Fun & Profit," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge; A look at how people in various businesses could use the Hollywood and Broadway practice of excerpting from bad reviews to create more favorable reviews. "What Our Teenagers Really Think About," script by Dave Berg, art by Bob Clarke; It really is true that all teenagers think about is the opposite sex. "Blue Confessions," script by Paul Laikin, art by Wallace Wood; Parody of True Confessions type of magazine, showing how the stories are not as spectacular as the misleading headlines. "The Night Peter Gone Cracked," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; Parody of Peter Gunn TV show, showing how the character would react if not his usual cool, suave self. "The Big House Beacon," script by Larry Siegel, art by Joe Orlando; What if a prison published a high-school yearbook type of publication?; A look at the class of '59. Parody of General Motors Body By Fisher ads, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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