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Mad Follies (1963) comic books 1967

  • Issue #5
    Mad Follies (1963) 5
    Published 1967 by EC.

    COMPLETE WITH BONUS: Mad Stencils. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Dick DeBartolo, Tom Koch, Don (Duck) Edwing, Arnie Kogen, Ronald Axe, Sol Weinstein, Stan Hart, Frank Jacobs, Jack Rickard, Lester Krauss, Paul Coker, Jr., Bob Clarke, George Woodbridge, Mort Drucker, Dave Berg, Antonio Prohias, Jack Davis, Joe Orlando and Sergio Aragones. Follies, a precursor to the Mad Specials, reprinted classic stories from Mad magazine, with new material attached in the form of posters, stamps and stickers. Mad's spoofs of pioneering TV soap Peyton Place, boxing movies, and King Kong sequels, featuring art by Mort Drucker. Mad's takes on greeting cards, trendy hairstyles and TV football. Horror Movie Scenes We'd Like to See, illustrated by Jack Davis. "Lighter Side" strips by Dave Berg, classic Don Martin cartoons, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Spy vs. Spy. Includes Bonus Mad Stencils, die-cut stencils featuring Alfred E. Neuman himself and satirical phrases, in an attached insert. Mad's Snappy Answers to Those Old Clichés; Crazy Fists; Don Martin Proudly Presents Three Hairy Stories; The Lighter Side of The Boss; Fight Songs for the Common Man; Spy Vs. Spy; A Mad Look at Winter Sports; When Politicians Do TV Commercials; Early One Morning; The Mad United States Foreign Policy Primer; Mad Stencils; Son of Mighty Joe Kong; One Summer Afternoon; Mad's Valentines to American Industry; TV Commercial Aids; Horror Movie Scenes We'd Like to See; In the Desert; Mad Interviews the Greeting Card Manufacturer of the Year; Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts!; A Frightful Incident; HairGoo -- The Magazine Devoted to Beautiful Hair Styles; Football In Depth; Unspoken Messages in TV Commercials; The Lighter Side of Employees; In an Alley; Passion Place; Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts!; Fold-In. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 88 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #5N
    Mad Follies (1963) 5N
    Published 1967 by EC.

    BONUS IS MISSING: Does NOT include Mad Stencils. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Dick DeBartolo, Tom Koch, Don (Duck) Edwing, Arnie Kogen, Ronald Axe, Sol Weinstein, Stan Hart, Frank Jacobs, Jack Rickard, Lester Krauss, Paul Coker, Jr., Bob Clarke, George Woodbridge, Mort Drucker, Dave Berg, Antonio Prohias, Jack Davis, Joe Orlando and Sergio Aragones. Follies, a precursor to the Mad Specials, reprinted classic stories from Mad magazine, with new material attached in the form of posters, stamps and stickers. Mad's spoofs of pioneering TV soap Peyton Place, boxing movies, and King Kong sequels, featuring art by Mort Drucker. Mad's takes on greeting cards, trendy hairstyles and TV football. Horror Movie Scenes We'd Like to See, illustrated by Jack Davis. "Lighter Side" strips by Dave Berg, classic Don Martin cartoons, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Spy vs. Spy. Mad's Snappy Answers to Those Old Clichés; Crazy Fists; Don Martin Proudly Presents Three Hairy Stories; The Lighter Side of The Boss; Fight Songs for the Common Man; Spy Vs. Spy; A Mad Look at Winter Sports; When Politicians Do TV Commercials; Early One Morning; The Mad United States Foreign Policy Primer; Son of Mighty Joe Kong; One Summer Afternoon; Mad's Valentines to American Industry; TV Commercial Aids; Horror Movie Scenes We'd Like to See; In the Desert; Mad Interviews the Greeting Card Manufacturer of the Year; Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts!; A Frightful Incident; HairGoo -- The Magazine Devoted to Beautiful Hair Styles; Football In Depth; Unspoken Messages in TV Commercials; The Lighter Side of Employees; In an Alley; Passion Place; Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts!; Fold-In. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 88 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.50.