The Mad Frontier

The Mad Frontier RIDE WITH MAD S fast draw artists and pun slinging writers as they pioneer along THE MAD FRONTIER battling such hardships of modern living asTHE EVER THREATENING BOMB es they make these daysE HIGH COS

  • Title: The Mad Frontier
  • Author: Al Feldstein
  • ISBN: 9780446943734
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The Mad Frontier

    RIDE WITH MAD S fast draw artists and pun slinging writers as they pioneer along THE MAD FRONTIER battling such hardships of modern living asTHE EVER THREATENING BOMB.es they make these daysE HIGH COST OF LIVINGke the Joneses next doorE COLD WARd how Medical Science still can t cure oneE THREAT OF INFLATIONof advertising claims by Madison AveRIDE WITH MAD S fast draw artists and pun slinging writers as they pioneer along THE MAD FRONTIER battling such hardships of modern living asTHE EVER THREATENING BOMB.es they make these daysE HIGH COST OF LIVINGke the Joneses next doorE COLD WARd how Medical Science still can t cure oneE THREAT OF INFLATIONof advertising claims by Madison AvenueE RISING UNEMPLOYMENTof good taste in TV programmingE QUESTION OF BERLINd other composers of corny songs.Buy this inspiring book now Head forTHE MAD FRONTIERd let us turn your mind into a wilderness

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    1. Tim

      Another in the “MAD from the Late 50’s” books. This has a number of great articles, including a spoof on telethons, goofs on baseball AND basketball, variants on the “Walk-Don’t Walk” signs (example: at a wedding, “Don’t Kiss – Kiss”), two early Don Martin strips, Alfred E. Newman’s Family Tree, another goof, this one on the “National Geographic,” a look at the differences between the heart-pumping previews and the actually-dull movies, and “the end of comics” (exam [...]

    2. FranklinTV

      I think these were a way for MAD to republish stuff from the 50s and 60s in the 70s. So, to a young teen, a lot of the cultural references didn't (and some still don't) make sense. Still, some amusing stuff, with my favourite being the Credits for The Common Man, with the butchers window having "Starring Stan on the Steaks, Lou on the Chops, Marv on the Roasts, Thumb on the Scales".

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