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    Mort Drucker MAD #215 Near-Complete Story "A Crock o' Blip Now" (Apocalypse Now parody) Original Art Group of 6 (EC Comics, 1980). Francis Ford Coppola's war-against-war drama, Apocalypse Now, was still playing theatrically -- and headed for two Oscar wins -- when Drucker and writer Larry Siegel delivered this acerbic lampoon. Richly caricatured impressions of star players Marlon Brando, Martin Sheen, et al. The third page is missing in action, but the remaining six convey a strong and coherent impression of the story. Ink, ink wash, and Rubylith shading film over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 16.5" x 22.5". Excellent condition, barring occasional loosening in the typeset text-boxes. From the MAD Collection of Annie Gaines Ashton.

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