MAD's Don Martin Comes on Strong
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MAD's Don Martin Comes on Strong

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Make room for Don Martin and his wickedly funny pen--not for the weak of heart . . . or humor. MAD collections continue to delight readers and booksellers alike with ever-popular, off-the-wall humor.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 1st 1990 by Warner Books (NY) (first published July 1st 1971)
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Graphic stories from Don Martin and in this volume, meet Snyder Spider the performing spider, Nancy Nice the neurotic air stewardess, Lance Parkertip the noted notary public and others ... and they are all MAD! Good, frenetic fun!
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Most of my early adolescence was spent sequestered in my room with about 250+ issues of MAD from 1975-1989. From England. It's amazing what you can get from garage sales. These magazines appealed to my desire to be adult and sophisticated while also being able to laugh at toilet humor, that most venerable aspect of childhood. Who cares if they talked about J.R. or Love Boat or the Exxon Oil Spill or the cold war? THERE WAS NUDITY. AND...more
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Cartoonist and illustrator for MAD Magazine from 1956 through 1988. Known as "MAD's Maddest Artist."
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