Mad: Volume 1, Number 66: October 1961
Short tear to spine edge (at foot of spine); few small nicks and chips, slight browning and rubbing to wrappers (chiefly to lower edge of lower wrapper); slight internal uniform browning (chiefly to edges). 48 pages. Issue notable for the upper wrapper color illustration by Kelly Freas (headed "This Issue Will Make J. F. K. -- MAD (Mainly Because He Isn't Mentioned Once!), depicting a presidential news conference with Kennedy scratching his head behind the lectern (supposedly as a reaction to a question posed by interviewee Alfred E. Neuman). Also notable for such contents as "The Lighter Side of TV Sets", "The MAD Mythology Primer", "Don Martin Department" (3 different illustrated works), "Future Telephone Triumphs", etc. Still a fairly well-preserved copy internally. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. N° de réf. du libraire L065758
Titre : Mad: Volume 1, Number 66: October 1961
Éditeur : William M. Gaines / E. C. Publications, New York
Date d'édition : 1961
Reliure : Paperback
Illustrateur : Over 100 b/w Illustrations
Etat du livre : Very Good -
Edition : First Edition.
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