Monday, November 2, 2015

Sick #64, 3 of 3

Here's the last part of that issue of Sick from December 1968. the first parts are here and here.

Another of their usual magazine parodies that started on the back cover. Kudos to Sick for being multiculural about poverty and not reverting (entirely) to racial stereotypes like they could for this. Weird that a family in a slum would have a maid though.

Not sure of the artist. In the contents it's referred to as Poverty Magazine.
I said before how films that other humor magazines parodied are not remembered today. Even though MAD had the occasional misfire, it seems the film spoofs in Sick couldn't have lasted more than a year. Does anyone remember No Way To Treat a Lady?

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