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The Mad Reader 1

[PDF] The Mad Reader 1 | by ↠ Harvey Kurtzman Wallace Wood Will Elder - The Mad Reader 1, The Mad Reader reprints comic strips from the early s issues of Mad

  • Title: The Mad Reader 1
  • Author: Harvey Kurtzman Wallace Wood Will Elder
  • ISBN: 9781596878068
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Paperback

[PDF] The Mad Reader 1 | by ↠ Harvey Kurtzman Wallace Wood Will Elder, The Mad Reader 1, Harvey Kurtzman Wallace Wood Will Elder, The Mad Reader reprints comic strips from the early s issues of Mad [PDF] The Mad Reader 1 | by ↠ Harvey Kurtzman Wallace Wood Will Elder - The Mad Reader 1, The Mad Reader reprints comic strips from the early s issues of Mad

  • [PDF] The Mad Reader 1 | by ↠ Harvey Kurtzman Wallace Wood Will Elder
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  1. I include the Mad stuff on my list because for me it was part of my evolution in reading Children s books Comics Mad Magazine reading stuff without pictures The 50 s Havey Kurtzman stuff is the best.


  2. I loved Mad magazine as a grade schooler, apparently reading every one of their reprint collections Back then the family lived in unincorporated Kane County, Illinois in one of the many developments springing up around the country to accomodate the veterans of America s wars and we baby boomers, their offspring.The Meadowdale development had no sidewalks, no lawns, no shopping areas, no school when we moved there I was five and didn t mind not having to go to kindergarten Kids of my age abounded [...]


  3. I don t know about you, but Mad paperbacks were one of the many influences I had when I was learning to read as a wee lad We used to be able to get them at the local K Mart back in the day y know, back when K Mart was trying to be Woolworth s , and I bought many of them, all long since disappeared in the mists of time So when I find them astray at flea markets or on eBay, I snatch em up The Mad Reader was the first paperback edition that Max Gaines and the Usual Gang of Idiots put out, featuring [...]


  4. Before it became a humour magazine, MAD was primarily a humour comic book spoofing the popular genres of the day It was decidedly less satirical and overtly big on the parody element.This book, edited by the late Harvey Kurtz Kurtzman, includes some of the classic bits from the magazine s bygone days Dead on parodies of the 1950s popular pulp fiction include Superduperman, Starchie, and Lone STranger, as well as some original articles looking at contemporary newspapers and advertising tactics.On [...]


  5. I m pretty sad this didn t resonate with me I can tell the detailed artwork filled with sight gags is a spot on parody of whatever s being spoofed, but unfortunately, I just don t know the source material well enough to take full advantage It s almost like this should be taught in a history of comics class instead of sold as a humor book.


  6. These old Mad books are actually quite interesting from an historical perspective by this point in time.


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