Hogan's Alley #13 - From the Estate of Nick Meglin



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This copy is from the collection of longtime Mad Magazine editor Nick Meglin with a Certificate of Authenticity "Madly Yours, From The Estate Collection of Nick Meglin" numbered and signed by his daughter Diane Meglin.

"The Magazine of the Cartoon Arts" Every issue is full of interesting articles and fun and quirky features on the obscure regions of comic books, animation, and especially comic strips.

This issue: Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko: Reinventing Comics. A career-spanning interview with Bud Blake, who retired after 40 years at the helm of the Tiger comic strip. Renowned comics historian Bill Blackbeard examines The Bungle Family, the under-appreciated masterpiece by Harry Tuthill--with sequences from 1937 and 1938. The life and career of George B. Luks, who holds the distinction of being the second artist to draw the seminal Yellow Kid comic strip after its creator, R.F. Outcault, jumped to a competing newspaper. Patrick McDonnell (Mutts). Ethel Hays: Cartooning Pioneer. Comics in the comics.


Condition & Attributes

Very Fine
From the collection of Nick Meglin with a Certificate of Authenticity

Publishing Information

Atlanta, GA
Bull Moose

Physical Description

11 inches
8.5 inches
152 pages
black & white