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    Playboy's Little Annie Fanny Volumes 1-2 Deluxe Set Printer's Copy Signed by Hugh Hefner (Dark Horse Comics, 2002). Harvey Kurtzman and Bill Elder were two of the original artists for the groundbreaking satire comic MAD which launched in 1952. Ten years later the duo started a new venture, this time for Playboy, that was just as satirical and hilarious as their MAD-work... and a lot sexier: "Little Annie Fanny." The feature appeared intermittently for 26 years and was later collected in two volumes published in 2000 and 2001. In 2002 a deluxe edition of both volumes in a slipcase was produced. This is a Printer's Copy of the deluxe edition, signed by Playboy founder and longtime publisher, Hugh Hefner. The two volumes are like new; the slipcase has slight wear mostly at the corners, and moderate denting at the top right corner of the back.

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