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  • Issue #37
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 37
    Published Jan 1958 by EC.
    • Signed by editor Al Feldstein. Certification not included. Cover and interior oxidation. Water spotting.
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    Painted cover art by Norman Mingo. "I Don't Want To Be A King," art by Kelly Freas; Phony ad for Kings Man liquors. "Realistic Comic Book Heroes," script by Ron Goulart, art by Mort Drucker; Ideas for everyday workers as comic book superheroes. MAD Jewelry ad. "Three Strange Tales," script and art by Don Martin; Stories are: In A Tavern, In King Arthur's Kitchen, In Another Tavern. "Report To Russia," script by Dave Berg, art by Wally Wood; Pictures taken by Ivan along with his captions to show Russians how horrible life in the United States is. "Ambiguous Signs Inc.", script by Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding, art by Mort Drucker; Wally interviews the owner of a company that makes purposefully confusing signs for highways. "See Them Now," art by George Woodbridge; A look at a village where literary characters go when their stories are done, to see what becomes of them. "How To Wage Peace," script and art by Dave Berg; What might happen if games and sports were used to settle what are now armed conflicts. "MAD Goes Hi Fi," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke; Glossary of hi-fi terms, tips on how to beat the high cost, where to place hi-fi equipment, and phony reviews of recordings. "The Seven Blunders Of The World," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Joe Orlando; The ancient seven wonders of the world as reimagined by modern builders. "Orson Bean's Civil War," script by Orson Bean, art by George Woodbridge; The exploits of Zachary Bean, who during the Civil War was a aide to Ulysses S. Grant. "A Very Merry Christmas...And A Happy New Year!", script and art by Don Martin. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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    $25 MAD MAGAZINE #37 G 1958 EC
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  • Issue #38
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 38
    Published Mar 1958 by EC.

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    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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    $35 Mad Magazine #38 March 1958 Monkey Abstract Very Good shipping included
    $70 Mad Magazine #38 - Fine/Very Fine (7.0) Classic Early Mad! March 1958
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  • Issue #39
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 39
    Published May 1958 by EC.

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    Painted cover art by C. C. Beall Jr. "Typewriters To Fit Your Trade," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke. "How To Make America's Kids...Science Conscious," art by Wally Wood; Ideas to incorporate science lessons into various media. "The Suburbs Are On Their Way Out!", script and art by Dave Berg; Discussion of the theory that the suburbs will keep moving so far out and get so crowded that eventually people will move back into the cities. "Woodman, Spare That Tree!", script by George Pope Morris, art by Don Martin. "TV Scenes We'd Like To See," script by E. Nelson Bridwell, art by Joe Orlando; Scenes from the following TV shows with unusual outcomes: You Asked For It, a Bob Hope special, and the Steve Allen Show. "Commemorative Stamps," script by Tom Koch, art by George Woodbridge; Phony U.S. postage stamps for people and events that would never be commemorated. "Big Big Earth," script by Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding, art by Mort Drucker; Several roving correspondents interview people across the country during their spring cleaning. "Accidental Inventions," script by Paul Krassner, art by Joe Orlando. "Party Games," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; Instructions for three impossible, illegal, and dangerous party games. "Why I Changed My Job," script by Frank Jacobs (as Dexter Yinckley), art by George Woodbridge; An accountant's story of the road to failure as he changes jobs and takes the fall for the boss's embezzling. "MAD Dogs And Their Owners," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Kelly Freas; Another take on the age-old idea that people and their dogs look alike. The "Saturday Evening Pest," script by Tom Koch, art by Bob Clarke; Satire of the magazine The Saturday Evening Post. MAD T-Shirts ad. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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    $8 Mad Magazine #39 May 1958 EC Silver Age comic book 1.0
    $34 MAD MAGAZINE #39 VG 1958 EC
    6 days left Auction MAD Magazine #39 May 1958 April Fool Issue *READ*
    5 days left Auction MAD Magazine: Issue No. 39 May 1958 E.C. Publications, Inc.
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  • Issue #40
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 40
    Published Jul 1958 by EC.

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    Painted cover art by Kelly Freas. "Initials That Describe The Name," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; A look at the future overuse of acronyms. MAD Jewelry ad. "Pizza Pie," script and art by Dave Berg; All the problems associated with pizzas, the new national dish. "The Paper-Pickers," script and art by Don Martin; The fate of a park maintenance person who shows off his skills at picking up litter. "Ecccchhh, Teen-Age Son of Thing," art by Wally Wood; The Doctor hypnotizes an average teenager to become an Elvis Presley clone. "TV Scenes We'd Like To See," script by E. Nelson Bridwell, art by Joe Orlando; Scenes from the following TV shows with unusual outcomes: People Are Funny; The Loretta Young Show; I've Got A Secret; Anacin commercial; Mickey Mouse Club; The Lone Ranger; The Lineup. "Inside Story," art by Basil Wolverton; Stomach shapes of celebrities, based on their lives. "Pravda," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; Parody of the Soviet Union's Pravda newspaper. "The Cold Cereal War," script by Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding, art by Mort Drucker; A look at applying military strategy to creating cereal premiums. "The Bear Hunter," script and art by Don Martin; A man uses every weapon he has while being chased by a bear. "Future Of-The-Month Clubs," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke; A look at some possible future clubs inspired by Book-Of-The-Month type clubs. "Coast-To-Coast For $16.75," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; An account of a cross-country trip booked by MAD using unconventional conveyances. "What It Was, Was Football," script by Andy Griffith, art by George Woodbridge; An illustrated version of the comedy routine. Parody of Salem Cigarettes ad, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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    $8 MAD MAGAZINE #40 - 1958 - E.C. COMICS - GOOD CONDITION
    $14 MAD Magazine 1958 #40 VG
    $22 E. C. Publ MAD Magazine #40 "Mad Trading Stamps, Outdoors With Don M Mag Fair+
    $22 Mad Magazine #40 July EC 1958 US Silver Age comic book 5.0 VG/FN-
    6 days left Auction MAD Magazine No. 40 July 1958 Cover Artist Kelly Freas
    1 day left Auction MAD Mag, No 40, July 1958, Ernie Kovacs, Andy Griffin, Bob & Ray, Kelly Freas
    1 day left Auction Vintage Mad No 40 July 1958 Wedding cake Andy Griffith Comic High grade? B&B
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  • Issue #41
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 41
    Published Sep 1958 by EC.

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    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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    $19 MAD MAGAZINE #41 SEPT 1958 Good but 65 Years Old Shipping included´┐╝´┐╝
    $25 Mad #41 September 1958 EC Silver Age comic book 3.5 VG-
    $1,700 Mad Magazine #41 September (1958) E.C. FREAS Golden NM+ CGC 9.6 Gaines File Copy
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  • Issue #42
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 42
    Published Nov 1958 by EC.

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    Painted cover art by Kelly Freas. "What If You Did What They Told You On TV?", script by Dee Caruso and Bill Levine, art by Bob Clarke; How doing the things that tv commercials suggest will not get the results you expect. "MAD's 1958 Pigskin Preview," script by Tom Koch, art by George Woodbridge; Parody of magazine college football season previews, along with fake definitions of football terms. "A Nameless Story," script and art by Don Martin; A boy saves a bird from a hunter...then eats the bird. "Big Cars," script and art by Dave Berg; Solutions to parking and congestion problems caused by big cars. "I'm Five!", script by Milton Schafer and Danny Kaye, art by Wally Wood; Song lyrics as performed by Danny Kaye, with illustrations. "Not-So-Far-From-Wrong Spelling Errors," script by Julius Rothenberg, art by George Woodbridge. "Not-So-Far-From-Wrong Spelling Errors," script by Julius Rothenberg, art by George Woodbridge; Parodies of children's books but on adult subjects, written and illustrated in the style of Golden Books. "Sick Sick Sick," script and art by Jules Feiffer. "Credits For The Common Man," script by Paul Laikin, art by Wally Wood; Everyday occupations with credits for all the people who helped in the background, in the style of movie credits. "Baseball Report," script by Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding, art by Mort Drucker; Wally interviews the official team heckler for the San Francisco Giants. "Scenes We Never Got To See," script by Albert Meglin, art by Wally Wood; The supposed final frame cut from famous movie scenes. Parody of Miss Clairol hair coloring ad, art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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    $17 E. C. Publ MAD Magazine #42 "Mad's 1958 Football Preview, Don Martin, Mag Fair
    $70 Mad Magazine #42 - Very Fine Minus (7.5) Classic Early Mad! Nov 1958
    6 days left Auction Mad Magazine #42 Nov 1958 ~ Danny Kaye ~ Ernie Kovacs ~ Bob & Ray ~
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  • Issue #43
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 43
    Published Dec 1958 by EC.

    Cover art by Kelly Freas. Parody of American Express Travelers Cheques ads, , art by Kelly Freas. "MAD's M.V.B.T.A. Awards," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge; Acting awards for baseball players hamming it up for fans and the camera during games. "The End of Comics," script by Tom Koch, art by Wally Wood; Possible final strips for when newspapers have to eliminate comics to use the space for more educational features. "Scenes We'd Like To See: The Frogmen," art by Joe Orlando. "The Electricians," script and art by Don Martin; Two building maintenance men try to find why a toaster won't work. "If Hollywood Directors Staged...Advertising Photos," art by Wally Wood; Parodies of ads depicted in the styles of directors: Alfred Hitchcock; Elia Kazan; Cecil B. DeMille; Sam Katzman. "Pushcarts," script and art by Dave Berg; History of merchandising by pushcarts and projection to a future where stores are so large that vendors sell by pushcarts within the stores. "The MAD Halloween Trick-Or-Treatment," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Mort Drucker; A list of revenges against common Halloween pranks. "The MAD Treasury of Unknown Poetry," script by Tom Koch, art by Joe Orlando. "The New Baby," script by Milton Schafer and Danny Kaye, art by Wally Wood; Song lyrics as performed by Danny Kaye, with illustrations. "Music Report," script by Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding, art by Mort Drucker; Wally interviews a man who tests the truth of song lyrics and watches him demonstrate "It's a treat to beat your feet in the Mississippi Mud." "Woodlore," art by George Woodbridge; A guidebook to (phony) dangerous plants and animals of the woods. Parody of ad for Crest Toothpaste, with painting signed as "Norman Rocknroll," art by Kelly Freas. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.25.

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    $25 Mad Magazine #43 Dec 1958 Kelly Freas Scarecrow
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