MAD s Greatest Artists Mort Drucker

Titre : MAD s Greatest Artists Mort Drucker
Auteur : Mort Drucker
Éditeur : Running Press
ISBN-13 : 9780762447138
Libération : 2012-10-23

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Selected by the artist himself, this collection highlights the best work of the award-winning caricaturist who spent 55 years drawing satirical cartoons and parodies of TV shows and movies for MAD magazine. 15,000 first printing.

MAD s Greatest Artists Dave Berg

Titre : MAD s Greatest Artists Dave Berg
Auteur : Dave Berg
Éditeur : Running Press
ISBN-13 : 9780762451616
Libération : 2013-11-05

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Highlights the best work of the cartoonist whose "The Lighter Side Of..." series remained a popular feature in MAD magazine for over fifty years, and includes interviews by the artist, his family, and colleagues.

MAD s Greatest Artists Mort Drucker

Titre : MAD s Greatest Artists Mort Drucker
Auteur : Mort Drucker
Éditeur : Running Press
ISBN-13 : 9780762447138
Libération : 2012-10-23

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Selected by the artist himself, this collection highlights the best work of the award-winning caricaturist who spent 55 years drawing satirical cartoons and parodies of TV shows and movies for MAD magazine. 15,000 first printing.

Sergio Aragon s

Titre : Sergio Aragon s
Auteur : Sergio Aragonés
Éditeur : Running Press
ISBN-13 : 9780762436873
Libération : 2010

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For the first time ever, here is a "greatest hits" collection of one of MAD's most popular and prolific artists, hand-picked by the artist and featuring his greatest work from his debut with MAD in 1963 to the present.--From publisher description.

MAD s Greatest Writers Frank Jacobs

Titre : MAD s Greatest Writers Frank Jacobs
Auteur : Frank Jacobs
Éditeur : Running Press
ISBN-13 : 9780762456574
Libération : 2015-04-28

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For over fifty years Frank Jacobs has been one of MAD’s premiere writers, working with virtually every important MAD artist including Al Jaffee, Jack Davis, Mort Drucker, Sergio Aragones, and Paul Coker. He has been responsible for almost all of MAD’s humorous verse and song parodies and appears in more than 300 issues with over 575 credits to his name, more than any other writer or artist. In the first installment of our new MAD’s Greatest Writers series, Frank Jacobs personally selects highlights from his long and influential career. The book also includes an exclusive interview with Jacobs conducted by long-time MAD editor Nick Meglin, discussing the art of parodying verse, as well as a foreword by the multi-award winning musician, “Weird Al” Yankovic.

Mad s Greatest Artists Don Martin

Titre : Mad s Greatest Artists Don Martin
Auteur : Don Martin
Éditeur : Running Press
ISBN-13 : 0762455187
Libération : 2014

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Don Martin is of MAD Magazine’s most recognized, most irreverent, and most influential artists. During his 32 years at MAD, he influenced a generation of writers and illustrators, and became known as “MAD’s Maddest Artist.” Don’s ability to translate animated slapstick comedy to the printed page brought readers from around the world into his world, a world where hinged feet, enormous noses and low IQs ruled. Inside are over 200 of Martin’s funniest and zaniest works from his lengthy career, along with every “GOOSH,” “ SPROING” and “POIT” that made his cartoons great. Also included in this one-of-a-kind collection is a generation of his color work, as well as his best portraits, posters and stickers created as bonuses for MAD Specials, and a foreword by longtime MAD editor Nick Meglin. .

Harvey Kurtzman

Titre : Harvey Kurtzman
Auteur : Bill Schelly
Éditeur : Fantagraphics Books
ISBN-13 : 9781606997611
Libération : 2015-05-02

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This biography reveals the true story of Mad creator Harvey Kurtzman―the man who revolutionized humor in America; it features new interviews with his colleagues Hugh Hefner, Robert Crumb, and others. Harvey Kurtzman created Mad, and Mad revolutionized humor in America. Kurtzman was the original editor, artist, and sole writer of Mad, one of the greatest publishing successes of the 20th century. But how did Kurtzman invent Mad, and why did he leave it shortly after it burst, nova-like, onto the American scene? For this heavily researched biography, Bill Schelly conducted new interviews with Kurtzman’s colleagues, friends and family, including Hugh Hefner, R. Crumb, Jack Davis, and many others, and examined Kurtzman’s personal archives. The result is the true story of one the 20th century’s greatest humorists: Kurtzman's family life, the details of the FBI's investigation during the McCarthy Era, his legal battles with William M. Gaines (publisher of Mad), are all revealed for the first time. Rich with anecdotes, this book traces Kurtzman’s life from his Brooklyn beginnings to his post-Mad years, when his ceaseless creativity produced more innovations: new magazines, a graphic novel, and Little Annie Fanny inPlayboy.

Mad Art

Titre : Mad Art
Auteur : Mark Evanier
Éditeur : Watson-Guptill
ISBN-13 : 0823030806
Libération : 2002

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A fiftieth anniversary tribute to MAD Magazine celebrates famous cartoon figures from its "Usual Gang of Idiots," in a volume that features rare sketches and interviews with veteran MAD artists and writers. Original.

Heroes of the Comics

Titre : Heroes of the Comics
Auteur : Drew Friedman
Éditeur : Fantagraphics Books
ISBN-13 : 9781606997314
Libération : 2014-09-10

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Featuring over 80 full-color portraits of the pioneering legends of American comic books, including publishers, editors and artists from the industry’s birth in the ’30s, through the brilliant artists and writers of behind EC Comics in the ’50s. All lovingly rendered and chosen by Drew Friedman, a cartooning legend in his own right. Featuring subjects popular and obscure, men and women, as well as several pioneering African-American artists. Each subject features a short essay by Friedman, who grew up knowing many of the subjects included (as the son of writer Bruce Jay Friedman), including Stan Lee, Harvey Kurtzman, Will Eisner, Mort Drucker, Al Jaffee, Jack Davis, Will Elder, and Bill Gaines. More names you might recognize: Barks, Crumb, Wood, Wolverton, Frazetta, Siegel & Shuster, Kirby, Cole, Ditko, Werthem… it’s a Hall of Fame of comic book history from the man BoingBoing.com call “America’s greatest living portrait artist!”

Planet Tad

Titre : Planet Tad
Auteur : Tim Carvell
Éditeur : Harper Collins
ISBN-13 : 9780062114433
Libération : 2012-05-08

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Twelve-year-old Tad is a blogger with a plan, in the book Jon Stewart calls "hilarious to anyone who ever went through, is currently in, might go to, or flunked out of middle school." Tad has an agenda: Survive seventh grade. He also wants to: grow a mustache, get girls to notice him, and do a kickflip on his skateboard. But those are not the main reasons he started a blog. Tad just has a lot of important thoughts he wants to share with the world, like: Here is the first thing I have learned about having a dog in your house: Don't feed them nachos. Not ever. This highly illustrated and hilarious book is by the Emmy® Award-winning former head writer of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and is based on a column in MAD Magazine. Through a series of daily entries, readers are treated to a year in Tad's blog that will leave them in stitches. MAD Magazine and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and © E.C. Publications. (s14)