Concluded from Monday
For a while, Jack Davis was attempting to sell a newspaper strip about a soldier in the Civil War, and the unpublished strips were carried here and in HELP!. My guess is that syndicators wouldn't touch it because it was from a Southern point of view and many Northern papers wouldn't want to carry it, much like some movie theaters wouldn't show Buster Keaton's The General.
How many can you guess?
It was big news at the time about the dangers of insect repellent
I don't know who the artist is here.
This magazine came out right at the end of when it was still okay to make fun of John Kennedy. Future printings of The MAD Frontier didn't use the original cover.
Number 1565: Giving 3-D a Whack - Three dimensional comic books and movies were a quick-moving fad in 1953, and the story is told that only the first 3-D comic book (*Mighty Mouse*from St. ...
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