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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Makin’ Links # 170

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Craig’s at MOCCA this weekend hobnobbing with fun folks such as the great Mad Fold-In guru, Al Jaffee. To read a relatively recent, long and fascinating interview with Mr. Jaffee (in three parts), you can go here:

http://thedailycrosshatch.com/2009/03/03/interview-al-jaffee-pt-1-of-3/

Speaking of Mad, here’s some Mad-like humor from Atlas’s Mad-rip-off of the mid-fifties, Crazy. Probably written by Stan Lee, this has appropriately wacky art by the tragically short-lived Joe Maneely.

http://themagicwhistle.blogspot.com/2010/04/crazy-comic-5-3-of-3-and-new-magic.html

Jumping ahead twenty years to Marvel’s seventies version of Crazy, here, from issue number two, is Marv Wolfman’s funny take on one of my all-time favorite television programs, Dennis Weaver’s McCloud. This version is called McClown and has lush art by Neal Adams!

http://diversionsofthegroovykind.blogspot.com/2010/04/sunday-funnies-marv-wolfman-and-neal.html

Finally today, what’s a Sunday without the funnies? Here, from the mid-sixties, is a funny (if now considered politically incorrect) selection of Sunday strips starring The Nearsighted Mister Magoo.

http://comicrazys.com/2010/04/07/the-nearsighted-mr-magoo-sundays-1964-1965-artist/


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