Continuing with my collection of Cracked, this one #35 from April 1964.
Cover as usual by John Severin.
The inside front cover was a real ad for a top or yoyo or something.
From The Cosa Nostra First Reader drawn by Bill Ward.
Hurry-Ups by Severin drawn in a different style to make it look like they had more artists than they actually did.
Page from Sylvester's Photo Album
It All Depends on the Point of View drawn by Bill Ward has someone that's obviously JFK but a beard and glasses were added by someone else to save face since the assassination occurred between the time the strip was done and when it was printed. Then was another Ward article called Dreams That Didn't Come True.
One pager written by Don Edwing. Note the attempt at using marginal jokes the same way Mad did.
Before this one-pager was Personalized Wrist Watches drawn by Severin.
After this was an ad for “Transylvania Life” and a subscription ad, both by Severin.
Next Wednesday I'll show parts of Cracked #36.
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