The mad world of William M. Gaines, Volume 616

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L. Stuart, 1972 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 271 pages
6 Reviews
Humorous biography of the eccentric founder and publisher of "Mad magazine" by a staff writer.

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Review: The Mad World Of William M. Gaines

User Review  - Tom Lewis - Goodreads

An awesome, informative and hysterical book on the first half-century of William m. Gaines, the rise and fall of EC comics and the first 20 years of the life and times of Mad magazine, and the people and lawsuits that made it flourish. A must-read for Mad, EC fans and lawyers... Read full review

Review: The Mad World Of William M. Gaines

User Review  - Dav8d777 - Goodreads

Once again, you'd need to love MAD Magazine to love this, but if you do, you will. This is a great look at a guy who persevered through comic book witch hunts of the 50s, losing an empire and building another right behind it.. all while gaining a lot of good and interesting friends. Read full review

Contents

Publishers Proem
11
A Preface to Gaines
19
One Mans Family
25
Copyright

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