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  • Issue #108
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 108
    Published Jan 1967 by EC.

    Cover art by Norman Mingo. "Hokum's Heroes," script by Larry Siegel, art by Jack Davis; Parody of the TV show "Hogan's Heroes"; the head officer of the prisoners in a Nazi prison camp can't enjoy all of the secret benefits of the camp because he is worried about the future. Cartoons in the margins by Sergio Aragones. "Another Visit With a Sculptor," script and art by Don Martin; A sculptor finishes his masterpiece. "Christmas Cards We'd Like to See," script and art by Max Brandel; Christmas cards that use contemporary urban scenery and celebrities rather than traditional fare. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Antonio Prohias. "More Snappy Answers to Those Old Cliches," script by Stan Hart, art by Paul Coker Jr.; Sarcastic responses to time worn holiday season situations. "Ads for Other 1967 Vehicles," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Bob Clarke; Consumer advertisements for non-consumer vehicles. "A Portfolio of Mad Namelies," script and art by Max Brandel; Names of famous people with objects representing what they are famous for replacing certain letters. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Antonio Prohias. "What is a B.M.O.C.?", script by Tom Koch, art by Sergio Aragones; Examination of what makes a student the "Big Man on Campus." "Telephone Solicitors," script and art by Al Jaffee; Ideas on how to combat telephone solicitors. "The Lighter Side of Mail," script and art by Dave Berg; Examples of human failings and frailties related to the postal service. "Football as Covered by Other Publications," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Football stories written for non-sports niche magazines. "The Sound of Money," script by Stan Hart, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the film "The Sound Of Music"; a failed novitiate becomes a governess for the children of a Baron and they fall in love amid some really bad songs. "A Christmas Message from Santa Claus" Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.30.

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    $5 MAD MAGAZINE #108 G- 1967 EC (FREE SHIPPING ON $15 ORDER!)
    $11 MAD Magazine #108 January 1967
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  • Issue #109
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 109
    Published Mar 1967 by EC.

    Cover art by Norman Mingo. Statement of ownership; Total paid circulation, 12 month average: 1,635,612. "Who in Heck is Virginia Woolfe?", script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," a warring couple have another couple over for drinks and proceed to embarrass themselves. "Correspondence Schools For Repulsive People" photo story, script by Phil Hahn and Jack Hanrahan. Cartoons in the margins by Sergio Aragones. "In the Locker Room," script and art by Don Martin; A football coach tries to improve a player's football knowledge. "The Lighter Side of Arguments," script and art by Dave Berg; Satirical look at disputes between family and friends. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Antonio Prohias. "Idiot-Proof Products," script and art by Al Jaffee; Products designed to be simple enough for even a moron to use effectively. "Mad School Songs For Everyday Activities," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge. "Doc Tari," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Jack Davis; In a parody of the TV series "Daktari," a veterinarian practicing in the Kenyan bush battles poachers and tends to his animal patients with the help of a cross-eyed lion and a chimpanzee nurse and with no help from his human companions. "What is Today's Most Shocking Drug Menace?" Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.30.

  • Issue #110
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 110
    Published Apr 1967 by EC.

    Cover art by Norman Mingo. "The Mad Hate Book," script and art by Al Jaffee; Examples of human behavior and circumstances of life that are annoying. Cartoons in the margins by Sergio Aragones. "One Day in a Hospital," script and art by Don Martin; A doctor performs surgery on an unrepentant practical joker. "Songs of Food," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Paul Coker Jr. "The Life of Your Run," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the TV show "Run For Your Life," a man diagnosed with a terminal disease spends his remaining time taking foolish risks and meeting foolish people. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Antonio Prohias. "What is a Born Loser?", script by Tom Koch, art by Sergio Aragones; Essay on people who seem cursed with bad luck, accompanied by relevant illustrations. "The Lighter Side of Camera-Bugs," script and art by Dave Berg; Satirical look at photography enthusiasts. "The Television Network President of the Year," script by Stan Hart, art by Joe Orlando; The executive of a major television network is interviewed. "Fantastecch Voyage," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Fantastic Voyage," five scientists are shrunk to microbe size in order to cure a wealthy man's bad sinuses. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.30.

  • Issue #111
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 111
    Published Jun 1967 by EC.

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    Cover art by Norman Mingo. "Stokely and Tess," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; The civil rights movement written to fit the musical play "Porgy And Bess." "Comic Strip Heroes Taken From Real Life," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke; Real life celebrities are turned into comic strip characters. "Where Our Tax Dollars Go," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Jack Rickard; Examples of frivolous things the government spends money on. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Antonio Prohias; The Black Spy suckers the White Spy into a rigged arm-wrestling match. "Outdoor Sports Indoors," script and art by Al Jaffee; Methods of playing outdoor sports inside, since urban sprawl has eliminated going outside to play. "The Lighter Side of Relatives," script and art by Dave Berg. "Fantastic Voyages Based on Everyday Experiences," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Jack Davis; Examples of people being miniaturized to deal with common household problems. "Mad Easter Bonnets Designed For Male Celebrities," script and art by Max Brandel. "The Smartest Ape In Captivity," script and art by Don Martin; A zookeeper drops the key to the gorilla cage in front of one of the gorillas. "The Mad Guide to Vanishing Human Types and Their Modern Replacements," script by Elizabeth Wright Jr., art by George Woodbridge. "Why Spy," script by Stan Hart, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the television series "I Spy," two secret agents travel to Hong Kong undercover as tennis pros looking for a kidnapped atomic scientist/part-time swimsuit model. "What Deadly Killer Threatens Us All?" Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.30.

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    $6 Mad Magazine June 1967 #111 I Spy Humor Good Grade 2.0 1960s Solid

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  • Issue #112
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 112
    Published Jul 1967 by EC.

    Cover art by Norman Mingo. Cartoons in the margins by Sergio Aragones. "The Mad Song Textbook," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Joe Orlando; Collection of songs written to delineate various subjects of study. "On the Beach at Ebb Tide," script and art by Don Martin; A man at the beach talks to another person submerged up to his chin. "The Ten Commandments – Revisited" photo story by Max Brandel. "TVarzan," script and art by Dick DeBartolo; In a parody of the TV show "Tarzan," the Lord of the Jungle faces dangerous animals and shows off his buff body while villainous hunters exploit the natives behind his back. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Antonio Prohias. "What Is a Final Exam?", script by Tom Koch and May Sakami, art by Sergio Aragones. "The Lighter Side of Eating," script and art by Dave Berg. "The Mad Psychoanalysis Primer," script by Stan Hart, art by Paul Coker Jr. "A Mad Look at Musicians," script and art by Sergio Aragones. "Historical Events as Covered By Modern News Feature Writers," script by Paul Peter Porges, art by George Woodbridge. "The Amateurs," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "The Professionals," a wealthy rancher hires a group of trigger-happy cowboys to rescue his hot wife, who has been abducted by Mexican bandits. "The Paleontologist," script and art by Don Martin. "What Would Be a Perfect Slogan For the Advertising Industry?", script and art by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.30.

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    $8 E. C. Publ MAD Magazine #112 "The Mad Song Text Book, Tvarzan Lighter S Mag VG
    $15 MAD Magazine # 112 nice FN+ Fold-in NOT Creased 1967 classic Mingo cover

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  • Issue #113
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 113
    Published Sep 1967 by EC.

    Cover art by Norman Mingo. Beetle Bailey strip by Mort Walker. "Some Mad Auto Safety Features," script and art by Al Jaffee; Add-on devices for the auto designed to counteract driver's bad habits. "Water Sports Foto-plays"; Humorous captions are added to wire service photos of various water sports. "The Iron Horselaff," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the TV series "The Iron Horse," a shady womanizer wins a railroad in a crooked poker game and attempts to complete construction of the line in spite of interference from interested opponents and his own ineptitude. Cartoons in the margins by Sergio Aragones. "At the Academy of Electric Fan Repair," script and art by Don Martin; A teacher introduces his students to an electric fan. "If Famous Poets Had Written Mother Goose," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Jack Rickard; Nursery rhymes written in the style of William Shakespeare, Ogden Nash, Rudyard Kipling, Carl Sandberg and others. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Antonio Prohias; The Black Spy tries to stab the White Spy in his sleep. "The Lighter Side of Going Steady," script and art by Dave Berg; The trials and pitfalls of teenage romance. "Everyday Guts," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; A niche magazine making everyday occurrences seem like harrowing adventures. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Antonio Prohias. "Mad Mini-Movies: Dr. Zhicago," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Jack Davis; Parody of the film "Dr. Zhivago": A pompous doctor and his bimbo nurse get involved in the Russian Revolution. "Mad Mini-Movies: Is Paris Boring?", script by Lou Silverstone, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Is Paris Burning?," a Frenchman lobbies the Allied forces to oust the Germans from France. "Mad Mini-Movies: Throw-Up," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Bruce Stark; In a parody of the film "Blowup," a self-important fashion photographer bounces from woman to woman, never finding self-satisfaction. "Where Is the Current Trend in Popular Literature Headed?" Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.30.

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    $9 MAD Magazine #113 September 1967
    $10 E. C. Publ MAD Magazine #113 "Mad Auto Safety Features Iron Horselaff, Mag VG-

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  • Issue #114
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 114
    Published Oct 1967 by EC.

    Cover art by Norman Mingo. "President Johnson on Madison Avenue"; Contemporary product advertising slogans and copy used as ironic counterpoint to photos of President Johnson. Cartoons in the margins by Sergio Aragones. "Don Martin Turns On Portable Radios," script and art by Don Martin. "So How Come...", script by Stan Hart, art by George Woodbridge; An ironic look at double-standards in society. "Sombre," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the film "Hombre"; a white man raised as a Native American assuming his father's place as a slumlord leads a motley crew of stagecoach robbery survivors back to civilization. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Antonio Prohias. "The Lighter Side of the Mating Game," script and art by Dave Berg; A satirical look at dating rituals. "TV Game Shows Based On Newspaper Headlines," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Jack Davis; Real events, such as missing persons, Senate investigations and social trends are turned into premises for game shows. "Future Complaints," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Joe Orlando; Examples of how complaints about society evolve along with society. "The Cats Are All Bats," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; Social criticism as if it were written and illustrated by Dr. Seuss. "The Shadow Knows," script and art by Sergio Aragones; Examples of a person's shadow acting out their inner feelings. "Ratpacktrol," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the TV series "The Rat Patrol"; a member of Rommel's Desert Forces in North Africa tries to lure a squad of American commandos into a series of traps. "On the Tarzan Set," script and art by Don Martin. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.30.

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    $20 MAD MAGAZINE #114 VG 1967 EC
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  • Issue #115
    Mad (1952 EC) Magazine 115
    Published Dec 1967 by EC.

    "Star Blecch," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the TV series "Star Trek," an intrepid but incompetent crew of space explorers tries to combat a plague ravaging a planetary population. Cartoons in the margins by Sergio Aragones. "When the Hertz-Avis Rivalry Really Gets Out of Hand" photo story; Ads for Hertz and Avis Car Rental companies devolve into name-calling. "In a Super Market," script and art by Don Martin; A man shopping in a grocery store keeps causing accidents. "TV Coverage of an Off-Year Election," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Paul Coker Jr.; A network news department tries to make a non-Presidential election interesting. "The Evolution of Dating," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge. "A Portfolio of Mad Blooming-Idiosyncrasies," script and art by Antonio Prohias; Different terms illustrated by types of flowers. "Prodigy," script by Stan Hart, art by Joe Orlando; A niche magazine aimed at young geniuses. "The Lighter Side of Young Marrieds," script and art by Dave Berg. "Mad's Pictoral Political Dictionary," script and art by Max Brandel; Real life photos ironically juxtaposed with common phrases. "Grim Pix," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Grand Prix," three arrogant race car drivers compete against each other to see who can win the most races and bed the most women. "What Is One of the Really Exciting Possibilities of a Psychedelic Trip" by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.30.

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    $4 MAD Magazine #115 December 1967 - Poor
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