I think I may have one of the largest collections of Sick magazine in the United States, though I only have about 15 issues. I talked to someone from Canada once who I think has a complete collection. Of all the humor magazines, they are the hardest to come by. Once in a while I check e-Bay and there hardly seem to be many there. Plenty of Mad, Cracked, and even Crazy, though, and they're mostly from the 90s. The big question is: Would I want them? The biggest regret in life is that when ""they started renovating Times Square, they tore down a used bookstore that had tons of issues of old magazines, such as Sick that they were letting go for 50 cents to a dollar and I didn't take advantage of it. My friend Michael Kupperman did and even wrote a book about it. Oh well.
This is issue #38 from August 1965.
The covers were regularly drawn by Jack Davis and when he left, their art director Joe Simon took over to draw like him.
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