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    Mad Magazine #41-50 Group (1958-59) Condition: Average VF-. Includes issues #41 ("Ripley's Believe It or Not" spoof; Wally Wood photo; National Geographic magazine parody; Kelly Freas cover; Mell Lazarus, Wally Wood, Joe Orlando, Don Martin, Dave Berg, and Mort Drucker art), 42 (Danny Kaye musical parody), 43 ("The End of Comics" parody featuring Little Orphan Annie, Dick Tracy, Pogo, L'il Abner, and Mary Worth), 44, 45 (Valentine's Day cover by Kelly Freas featuring Alfred E. Neuman and Moxie Cowznofski), 46 (upside-down issue), 47, 48(Uncle Sam cover, Perry Mason parody, Sid Caesar story), 49 (contains the controversial "Gettysburg Address" parody and a Sid Caesar story), and 50 ("Peter Gunn" parody). Approximate Overstreet value for group = $750.

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    16th Sunday
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