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MAD

MAD #24 Reprint: 1988, NM, Australian reprint by Horwitz Grahame of the first magazine issue of Mad. Faithfully reprints Mad #24, July 1955, cover to cover with a few variations (like "Special Collector's Edition" on the cover). All the humor by Harvey Kurtzman, Wally Wood, Ernie Kovacs, Jack Davis, Bill Elder, Bernie Krigstein, and the usual gang of idiots that you can stand. Subscription card still bound inside. Hard to find in the U.S. See cover  $28

MAD #157: March 1973, VF+, Planet of the Apes cover artwork by Norman Mingo. "Planet of the Apes" parody inside, "Oz" revisited, "The Sonny & Cher (Funny & Glare) Show" TV parody, artwork by Dave Berg, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, and Antonio Prohias. See cover  $15

MAD #170: October 1974, VF, The Exorcist cover artwork by Norman Mingo. "The Exorcist (Ecchorcist)" parody with Mort Drucker art, "Papillon (Popicorn)" parody with Angelo Torres art, also artwork by Sergio Aragones, Jack Davis, George Woodbridge, Paul Coker Jr., Dave Berg, Don Martin, Jack Rickard, Bob Clarke, Al Jaffee, and Antonio Prohias. See cover  $11.25

MAD Spanish #4: 1974, NM-, 32 pages. Norman Mingo cover art from U.S. Mad #145, includes artwork by Bob Clarke, Arnoldo Franchioni, Sergio Aragones, Antonio Prohias, Don Martin, Dave Berg, Angelo Torres (Columbo parody), Mort Drucker (James Bond films parody), Al Jaffee, and Jack Rickard. All in Spanish! See cover  $40

MAD XL #2: March 2000, NM, Cover 1 of 2, Spotlight on Antonio Prohias, Mad World of William M. Gaines article, "Speed" parody, Classic reprints by Wally Wood, Don Martin, Sergio Aragones, Angelo Torres, and others. See cover  $6

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MAD SPECIAL / SUPER SPECIAL - All Nostalgic Mads are still bound in and in NM-NM/M condition!

MAD SPECIAL #9: 1972, VF/NM-, Pressure lines on cover from Nostalgic Mad #1 comic below it. Nostalgic Mad #1 intact with artwork by Harvey Kurtzman, Wally Wood, John Severin, Jack Davis, Will Elder, and Basil Wolverton, Norman Mingo cover art, "Camelot" and "Mod Squad" parodies, interior work by Sergio Aragones, Don Martin, Paul Coker Jr., Bob Clarke, Jack Rickard, Mort Drucker, Dave Berg, Jack Davis, Al Jaffee, Antonio Prohias, George Woodbridge, and others. See cover  $34.25

MAD SUPER SPECIAL #12: 1973, VF/NM, Pressure lines on cover from Nostalgic Mad #2 comic below it. Nostalgic Mad #2 intact with artwork by Harvey Kurtzman, Wally Wood, Jack Davis, Will Elder, and Basil Wolverton, "Bullit" parody, interior artwork by Angelo Torres, Sergio Aragones, Don Martin, Paul Coker Jr., Bob Clarke, Jack Rickard, Mort Drucker, Dave Berg, Jack Davis, Al Jaffee, Antonio Prohias, George Woodbridge, and others. See cover  $27

MAD SUPER SPECIAL #14: 1974, VF/NM, Color Don Martin Posters intact, Don Martin cover art, "Midnight Cowboy," "Easy Rider" and "Ironside" parodies, interior artwork by Angelo Torres, Sergio Aragones, Don Martin, Paul Coker Jr., Bob Clarke, Jack Rickard, Mort Drucker, Dave Berg, Jack Davis, Al Jaffee, Antonio Prohias, George Woodbridge, and others. See cover  $20.75

MAD SPECIAL #15: 1974, VF/NM, Pressure lines on cover from Nostalgic Mad #3 comic below it. Nostalgic Mad #3 intact with artwork by Harvey Kurtzman, Wally Wood and Will Elder, "Hawaii 5-O," "Patton" and "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" parodies, interior artwork by Angelo Torres, Sergio Aragones, Don Martin, Paul Coker Jr., Bob Clarke, Jack Rickard, Mort Drucker, Dave Berg, Jack Davis, Al Jaffee, Antonio Prohias, George Woodbridge, and others. See cover  $21.60

MAD SUPER SPECIAL #18: 1975, VF/NM, Pressure lines on cover from Nostalgic Mad #4 comic below it. Nostalgic Mad #4 intact with artwork by Harvey Kurtzman, Wally Wood, Jack Davis, and Will Elder, "Summer of '42," "Joe" and "Sesame Street" parodies, interior artwork by Angelo Torres, Sergio Aragones, Don Martin, Paul Coker Jr., Bob Clarke, Jack Rickard, Mort Drucker, Dave Berg, Jack Davis, Al Jaffee, Antonio Prohias, George Woodbridge, and others. See cover  $20.75

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MAGGOTS #1: November 1991, NM+, B&W Hamilton Horror Comics Magazine, cover artwork by Gray Morrow, interior artwork by Alfredo Alcala, Joe Staton, Steve Stiles, Batton Lash, and Russ Miller. See cover  $12.50

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THE MALCOLM WILLITS COLLECTION OF MICKEY MOUSE PAINTINGS BY FLOYD GOTTFREDSON: 1993, NM with a 1.75 inch lower left corner crimp that is apparent, but has no impact on the issue's graphic content. 1993 Auction Catalog from Howard Lowery Gallery in Burbank, CA. 56 high gloss pages with color and B&W illustrations, size 8.5 x 11 inches, O/P. This magazine/booklet was create to support the sale of 24 Mickey Mouse paintings by Floyd Gottfredson. Each painting is beautifully reproduced in color with a B&W supporting image of the comic book or BLB that acted as the source for the painting. There is also a lengthy piece on Willits and his Disney collection with photos of Gottfredson and Carl Barks, as well as a Gottfredson interview. Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto, Horace Horsecollar, Peg Leg Pete, and other Disney characters are also featured in the paintings. This is a wonderful hard to find collectible for any Disneyana fan, at less than half price because of the defect. See cover  $9

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MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL

MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL #3: 1978, NM-, Close Encounters of the Third Kind film adaptation; Bob Larkin cover art, Walt Simonson interior artwork, film cast and crew credits included. See cover  $20

MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL #11 - 13 Set: June, August, October 1979, 11-12 NM/M, 13 VF/NM, Warriors Of The Shadow Realm (Weirdworld); 3-Part Story, Story by Doug Moench, covers and interior artwork by John Buscema, Rudy Nebres and Peter Ledger, 3-Page foldouts in #11 & 13, includes background stories on the series, design artwork & pinups by the artists. Sold as a complete set of 3 issues. See all covers  $35

MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL #15: December 1979, NM/M, Star Trek: The Motion Picture film adaptation; Bob Larkin cover art, Dave Cockrum interior artwork, articles on Star Trek with cast and Enterprise stills from the movie, interview with Jesco von Puttkamer. $1.50 cover printing. See cover  $14

MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL #16: Spring 1980, NM-, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back film adaptation; Bob Larkin cover art, Al Williamson interior artwork, partial film cast and crew credits included. See cover  $35

MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL #27: 1983, NM/M, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi film adaptation; Bill Sienkiewicz cover art, Al Williamson interior artwork, partial film cast and crew credits included. See cover  $12.75

MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL #30: 1984, VF/NM, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom film adaptation; Jackson "Butch" Guice cover and interior artwork, partial film cast and crew credits included. See cover  $4.50

MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL #34: 1984, NM, Sheena film adaptation; Gray Morrow cover and interior artwork, articles on The Making of Sheena, Tanya Roberts (nice color stills of her throughout the issue and on the back cover), interview with Paul Aratow, Yoram Ben-Ami, and Hubert Wells. See cover  $10

MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL #36: 1984, NM+, Dune film adaptation; Bill Sienkiewicz cover and interior artwork, partial film cast and crew credits included. See cover  $11.25

MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL #37: 1984, NM, 2010 film adaptation; Tom Palmer cover and interior artwork, partial film cast and crew credits included. See cover  $10

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MARVEL MOVIE PREMIERE #1: September 1975, NM, Edgar Rice Burroughs' The Land That Time Forgot film adaption; Marvel Comics One-shot, Nick Cardy cover art, Interior artwork by Sonny Trinidad, Photo feature from the American International film. Also, a Lin Carter text piece. Back cover is the teaser movie poster. See cover  $17.75

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MARVEL PREVIEW (Marvel Comics) - becomes Bizarre Adventures

MARVEL PREVIEW #2: June 1975, VF/NM, Gray Morrow cover artwork, Origin of The Punisher with Tony DeZuniga art, first appearance of Dominic Fortune by Howard Chaykin, Don Pendleton interview. See cover  $138

MARVEL PREVIEW #10: Winter 1977, VF/NM, Ken Barr cover artwork, Thor with Jim Starlin artwork, Hercules with Val Mayerik artwork. See cover  $23.50

MARVEL PREVIEW #13: Winter 1978, VF+, Jim Starlin cover artwork, The UFO Connection! with art by Herb Trimpe, UFO encounters by Jimmy Carter and John Lennon, Project Blue Book, Star-Lord promo page. See cover  $4.25

MARVEL PREVIEW #17: Winter 1979, F/VF, Blackmark by Gil Kane. See cover  $3

MARVEL PREVIEW #20: Winter 1980, VF/NM-, Dominic Fortune cover art and interior story all by Howard Chaykin, also Neal Adams, Dave Cockrum and George Perez artwork. See cover  $5

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MARVEL SUPER ACTION #1: January 1976, NM-, Marvel Comics One-shot, The Punisher cover and story, Origin and second appearance of Dominic Fortune by Howard Chaykin, Weird World by Mike Ploog, and George Evans artwork. See cover  $150

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MEDIASCENE #35: January-February 1979, NM: Unfolded, 36 pages, Steranko's media overview newspaper, size approximately 11.25 x 15 inches, Alien color cover and centerfold artwork by Moebius, In-depth 3-part look at the Alien film with plenty of interviews, photos and pre-production artwork, the syndicated Star Wars newspaper strips with art by Russ Manning - including a full page drawing of the 7 main characters, Japanese anime, Marvel's Weirdworld, Tim and Greg Hildebrandt, and the comixscene overview of the latest in Marvel and DC comic books, all wrapped up with Jim Steranko's typical polish and style. Most issues are found folded in half, which is how they shipped. This gorgeous copy is unfolded! See cover  $20

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METRO Volume 7, #45: January 9-15, 1992, VF, Tabloid format, San Jose, CA Issue: Garry Trudeau's Doonesbury and the infamous censored strips, cover feature and inside detailed article. See cover  $5

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MR. A #1: 1973, Comic Art Publishers, VF/NM-: 75˘ reprice sticker bleeds through the 50˘ cover price; First Printing, B&W with color covers and centerfold, All Steve Ditko artwork and story! (3 copies available)  $25

MR. A #1: 1973, Comic Art Publishers, VF: 75˘ reprice sticker bleeds through the 50˘ cover price; First Printing, B&W with color covers and centerfold, All Steve Ditko artwork and story! (3 copies available, on 2 copies the reprice sticker has fallen off, specify if you want with or without the sticker) See sample cover  $18

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MONSTERS UNLEASHED! (Marvel Comics)

MONSTERS UNLEASHED! #2: September 1973, VF/NM, Monster of Frankenstein cover with Boris Vallejo artwork, Monster of Frankenstein story, John Buscema, Syd Shores, Ralph Reese, Frank Brunner, and Jesus Blasco artwork, Stan Lee & Bill Everett 1950s reprint, Boris Karloff/Frankenstein articles. See cover  $33.30

MONSTERS UNLEASHED! #3: November 1973, NM-, Man-Thing cover with Neal Adams artwork, Man-Thing origin reprint with Gray Morrow art, Neal Adams, Tom Sutton, George Tuska, Gil Kane, and Win Mortimer artwork, Jack Davis 1950s reprint, Son of Satan preview with Herb Trimpe artwork (pre-Marvel Spotlight #12), Frankenstein article. See cover  $50

MONSTERS UNLEASHED! #5: April 1974, NM with 1/2 inch lower spine corner crease; Priced as F. Man-Thing cover with Bob Larkin artwork, Man-Thing and Monster of Frankenstein stories, The Golden Voyage of Sinbad article, Ogden Whitney and Paul Hodge 1950s reprint, John Buscema, Vicente Alcazar, Juan Boix, and Pablo Marcos artwork. See cover  $9

MONSTERS UNLEASHED! #7: August 1974, VF/NM, Richard Hescox cover art, Monster of Frankenstein story, Al Williamson, Val Mayerik, Ernie Chua (Chan), Vicente Alcazar, Pat Broderick, and Carlos Freixas artwork, Werewolf by Night text story, Frankenstein article. See cover  $23.40

MONSTERS UNLEASHED! Annual #1: Summer 1975, NM-, Ken Bald cover art, Man-Thing story, Gene Colan, Neal Adams, Gil Kane, George Tuska, Pablo Marcos, Ernie Chua (Chan), Vicente Alcazar, Don Perlin, Jesus Blasco, and Juan Boix artwork reprinted. See cover  $35

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THE MONSTER TIMES - This classic tabloid of the '70s covers the Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy genres in Film, TV and Comic Books. Each issue opens to 11.5 x 16.5 inches and is filled with photos, artwork, news, and historical information. While these issues were carefully stored, they are tabloids and the paper is showing some slight tanning (but absolutely no brittleness or browning)  from age. Even the most pristine tabloid format issues I won't grade over VF.

THE MONSTER TIMES #2: February 1972, F/VF due to a slight misfold, Special Star Trek Issue, Star Trek cast cover artwork by Gray Morrow with this same artwork expanded in the huge 3-color poster centerfold, many Star Trek articles including UK Star Trek comics, William Shatner interview, Leonard Nimoy bio, Star Trek's space gear, the ship model kits, convention news, Gene Roddenberry, "Star Drek" fumetti, and more! See cover  $27.50

THE MONSTER TIMES #20: March 1973, VF+, "20 Million Miles To Earth" with many Ray Harryhausen Ymir shots, WARP with artwork by Neal Adams, "Conqueror 1" strip by Jim Starlin and Greg Theakston (dated April 1971!), Star Trek salute with episode guide, Aurora Mr. Spock model, the classic "Keep On Trekin" color centerfold poster in the style of R. Crumb, Star Trek yellow pages (fan clubs, catalogs, fanzines, etc.), Star Trek books, "The Mask of Fu Manchu" with Boris Karloff, and more! This copy has withstood the test of time better than most issues I've seen. See cover  $22.50

THE MONSTER TIMES #23: June 1973, F due to a small dent on the top center edge, Godzilla Special Issue with coverage of the first film and its many offshoots, "King Kong vs. Godzilla," Gigantis, Mothra, Ghidrah, "Destroy All Monsters," "Godzilla vs. The Smog Monster," a Godzilla film checklist, "Rat" comic strip by Tom Sutton, color toned Godzilla photos, and more! This issue is in a more standard magazine format and does not open as a tabloid. See cover  $20

THE MONSTER TIMES #24: July 1973, F/VF due to a misfold, "Rodan" with a 3-color Rodan centerfold poster, Basil Wolverton article with his artwork, Lon Chaney Jr., "Theatre Of Blood" with Vincent Price, Jim Steranko's "History of Comics," "Werewolf Goes West" comic strip by Frank Brunner, "Battle For The Planet Of The Apes," "Blood Feast," and more! See cover  $16

THE MONSTER TIMES #26: September 1973, F due to a dent on the bottom left corner, "Destroy All Monsters" article with a 3-color centerfold poster that reproduces the AIP one-sheet, Star Trek the Animated Series, Amazing World of Superman Museum, "The Mystery of the Wax Museum," Rondo Hatton, Destroy All Monsters parody comic strip by Dean Latimer, 1973 NY Comicon, and more! See cover  $20

THE MONSTER TIMES #27: October 1973, VG/F due to 2.5 inch production rips on 4 interior pages - NOT the centerfold, Special All-Vampire Issue, Forgotten Vampires of the Cinema, Esteban Maroto artwork, "Scream Blacula Scream," Bats, Bram Stoker, Christopher Lee interview, Jess Franco's "Count Dracula" with a 3-color centerfold of the movie poster preliminary artwork by Neal Adams (the main reason most comic book collectors want the issue!), Bela Lugosi's latter career, comic book vampires (EC's Graham Ingels art), and more! See cover  $10

THE MONSTER TIMES #29: December 1973, VF, "House of Frankenstein," EC Comics, "The Golden Voyage of Sinbad," TV cartoons of 1973, Glenn Strange as Frankenstein “In Memoriam” centerfold poster, the abominable snowman in fact and film, and more! See cover  $18

THE MONSTER TIMES #35: July 1974, VF, Godzilla cover, Godzilla articles and centerfold poster, Supernatural Superheroes (Jack Kirby’s “The Demon” on front cover header), Frank Frazetta artwork, "Chosen Survivors," Star Trek anti-drug radio spot with transcript, Monster make-up artists, and more! See cover  $18

THE MONSTER TIMES #38: January 1975, F/VF due to a 4 inch tear on the front cover spine, “War of the Colossal Beast” cover, "The Golden Voyage of Sinbad" including Ray Harryhausen sketches and centerfold poster, Conan the Barbarian in comics, Film Giants, Hammer Film’s Roy Ashton interviewed, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, "The Mad Ghoul," Captain Video serial reviewed by chapter, and more! See cover  $15

THE MONSTER TIMES #39: March 1975, VF, Twice-up issue!, each page is 16 x 23 inches with poster size photos, 23 x 32 inch centerfold poster is "Destroy All Monsters," Godzilla cover & article, Dracula, The Mummy, King Kong, Frankenstein, Creature From The Black Lagoon, Gammera, Planet of the Apes, Rodan, Ghidrah, and The Wolf Man. See cover  $19

THE MONSTER TIMES #43: September 1975, F/VF: 4 pages have bottom margin production tears, largest is 1.25" - NOT the centerfold, All-Demon issue!, Curse Of The Demon cover, centerfold and article, The Exorcist, brief interviews about The Exorcist with Max Von Sydow, Sam Peckinpah, Jesse Lasky, Hal Ashby, Tobe Hooper, and Wes Craven, Haxan: Witchcraft Through The Ages, Rosemary's Baby, historic look at the devil in films, demon comics including Jack Kirby's The Demon and Marvel's Ghost Rider, Star Trek/Captain Kirk as exorcist. See cover  $16

THE MONSTER TIMES #47: May 1976, F/VF due to a slight misfold, Star Trek vs. Space: 1999 cover and inside articles, Gene Roddenberry interview, "Flash Gordon" serial reviewed by chapter, Wally Wood's "Thunder Agents," Hong Kong Horror films, Flash Gordon color centerfold poster by Bill Feret, "Agent of Chaos," Georges Melies, Science Fiction on TV and in Comic Books, Fritz Lang’s "Metropolis," and more! See cover  $17

THE MONSTER TIMES Collectors' Special Issue #1: 1973, VF+: issue not cut square, so you get more paper on the top right side, Sci-Fi Super TV Special Issue: Star Trek Lives! Contains 6 color toned full page photos of Kirk, Spock, Sulu, Uhura, McCoy and Chekov, detailed info on the original TV series, the 1972 Star Trek convention, Trek Trivia, also ITC's UFO, The Space Giants, Lost In Space, The Outer Limits, and Irwin Allen's many SF TV series. This issue is in a more standard magazine format and does not open as a tabloid. See cover  $25

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