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    Norman Mingo MAD #110 Cover Painting Original Art (EC, 1967). Alfred E. Neuman's magnetic personality has kept fans from the North to the South Pole stuck on MAD magazine for decades (gotta be his personality, because we are sure it is not his attractive features). Norman Mingo's art was perfect for capturing Neuman's charm and naif stupidity. This gag was written by "Spy vs. Spy" creator Antonio Prohias, and Mingo expertly executed it in watercolor over graphite. It is signed in the lower right of the matted 11.5" x 15.5" image area. UV glass front framed to 18" x 22". In Excellent condition. From the IRI Collection.

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    February, 2019
    21st-23rd Thursday-Saturday
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