Here's another imitation of MAD when it became a magazine. Marvel/Atlas/Timely had a bunch of imitations of MAD the comic, but once it switched formats, they followed suit. While there have been a bunch of imitations over the years, this is one of the few to imitate Kurtzman's brief reign. It has two-color covers, text pieces, a higher page count, and captions instead of balloons in its comics, all of which disappeared from MAD after a few issues, and became the version most known.
This is taken from the first issue in November 1955 and written by Stan Lee.
Wish You Were Here, from James Montgomery Flagg - This postcard is from T.P. & Company, whose logo is a stag in a crest. It says it is Series 803, and seems to date to around 1911 or so. T.P. & Co. also ...
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