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Harvey Kurtzman's Strange Adventures  Comics

Posted by ComicDobby at July 10, 2013
Harvey Kurtzman's Strange Adventures

Harvey Kurtzman's Strange Adventures

English | CBZ | 78 pages | 48.5 MB

The Art of Harvey Kurtzman - The Mad Genius of Comics  Comics

Posted by ComicDobby at July 5, 2013
The Art of Harvey Kurtzman - The Mad Genius of Comics

The Art of Harvey Kurtzman - The Mad Genius of Comics

English | CBR | 270 pages | 56.4 MB

Comic Book History of Comics 001 (2016)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Dec. 16, 2016
Comic Book History of Comics 001 (2016)

Comic Book History of Comics 001 (2016)
English | CBR | 25 pages | 47.51 MB

For the first time ever, the inspiring, infuriating, and utterly insane story of comics, graphic novels, and manga is presented in comic book form! The award-winning Action Philosophers team of Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey turn their irreverent-but-accurate eye to the stories of Jack Kirby, R. Crumb, Harvey Kurtzman, Alan Moore, Stan Lee, Will Eisner, Fredric Wertham, Roy Lichtenstein, Art Spiegelman, Herge, Osamu Tezuka - and more!

MAD Magazine #1-500 (1952-2009)  Comics

Posted by angus77 at June 25, 2015
MAD Magazine #1-500 (1952-2009)

MAD Magazine #1-500 (1952-2009)
English | CBR | 500 Issues | EC Comics | 6.61 GB

MAD is an American humor magazine founded by editor Harvey Kurtzman and publisher William Gaines in 1952. The last surviving title from the notorious and critically acclaimed EC Comics line (Mad began as a comic book published by EC, debuting in August 1952 with cover-date October-November), the magazine offers satire on all aspects of American life and pop culture, politics, entertainment, and public figures. Its format is divided into a number of recurring segments such as TV and movie parodies, as well as freeform articles. Mad's mascot, Alfred E. Neuman, is typically the focal point of the magazine's cover, with his face often replacing a celebrity or character that is lampooned within the issue. – Wikipedia

The Comic Book History of Comics (2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Nov. 23, 2014
The Comic Book History of Comics (2012)

The Comic Book History of Comics (2012)
English | CBR | 224 pages | 222.20 MB

For the first time ever, the inspiring, infuriating, and utterly insane story of comics, graphic novels, and manga is presented in comic book form! The award-winning Action Philosophers team of Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey turn their irreverent-but-accurate eye to the stories of Jack Kirby, R. Crumb, Harvey Kurtzman, Alan Moore, Stan Lee, Will Eisner, Fredric Wertham, Roy Lichtenstein, Art Spiegelman, Herge, Osamu Tezuka - and more! Collects Comic Book Comics #1-6.

Mad Magazine #1-23 (1952-1955)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at July 25, 2013
Mad Magazine #1-23 (1952-1955)

Mad Magazine #1-23 (1952-1955)
English | CBR | 23 Issues | HD | 822.48 MB

MAD started in 1952 as a 10-cent comic book spoofing other comics. Written by editor Harvey Kurtzman and featuring the artwork of such legendary illustrators as Jack Davis, Will Elder, Wally Wood , Basil Wolverton, Bernie Krigstein and John Severin, MAD transformed humor in comics and inspired generations of artists and comedy writers. Now for the first time, the 23 issues that comprise MAD comics is being offered digitally.
Blackjacked and Pistol Whipped - A Crime Does Not Pay Primer (2011)

Blackjacked and Pistol Whipped - A Crime Does Not Pay Primer (2011)
English | CBR | 228 pages | 297.38 MB

Gangsters, kidnappers, maniacal killers, and thugs of all stripes had their lurid stories recounted in Crime Does Not Pay, a seminal '40s comic-book series. Bob Wood, its editor, brutally murdered his girlfriend, did prison time, and was then murdered himself! This fascinating sidebar is described in an essay by cartoonist, historian, and co-editor Denis Kitchen. Featuring thrilling, disturbing, and brutal tales and despicable characters, Crime Does Not Pay enthralled a nation. With a claimed readership of over 5 million it was the most popular comic book of its day. The series was a favorite target of Dr. Frederic Wertham and other censors and is partially responsible for the creation of the Comics Code Authority, yet it was an inspiration for Harvey Kurtzman's reality-based EC Comics. See why this series was revered and reviled!

Playboy's Little Annie Fanny Vol.1 & Vol.2 (updated)  Comics

Posted by Coda at May 4, 2011
Playboy's Little Annie Fanny Vol.1 & Vol.2 (updated)

Playboy's Little Annie Fanny Vol.1 & Vol.2 (updated)
CBZ/RAR | English | Two Volumes | 143 MB Total
Authors: Harvey Kurtzman & Will Elder; Publisher: Playboy

Little Annie Fanny was a comic strip created by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder for Playboy in October 1962. The inspiration for the comic strip was Harold Gray's Little Orphan Annie. The comic follows the escapades of Annie Fanny, a tall, blonde, amply breasted, round buttocked, curly-haired young female who seems to find herself in trouble and naked in each episode.

MAD Magazine #506 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 24, 2010
MAD Magazine #506 (Ongoing)

MAD Magazine #506 (Ongoing)
CBR | DC Comics | Released Oct 27 2010 | 56+ Pages | 72.08 MB

Written and illustrated by THE USUAL GANG OF IDIOTS. MAD #506 is out – and believe us, it's nothing to sing about. In addition to our full-length spoof of Glee, you'll also get our handy guide to World of Warcraft! outtakes from the new Harry Potter movie, "Tea Party Logic," and "Deleted Passages form George W. Bush's New Book." If that's not music to your ears, we also mock Lady Gaga, Lindsay Lohan, Silly Bandz and Glenn Beck! Plus, there's even MORE stupidity in Fundalini, Spy vs. Spy, The Mad Strip Club, and A MAD Look at the Oil Spill! So go out and pick it up today! Just duet! --

MAD Magazine #505  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Sept. 27, 2010
MAD Magazine #505

MAD Magazine #505
CBR | DC Comics | Release Date Aug 11 2010 | 60 Pages | 62.96 MB

is an American humor magazine founded by editor Harvey Kurtzman and publisher William Gaines in 1952. The last surviving title from the notorious and critically acclaimed EC Comics line (Mad began as a comic book published by EC, debuting in August 1952 with cover-date October-November), the magazine offers satire on all aspects of American life and pop culture, politics, entertainment, and public figures. Its format is divided into a number of recurring segments such as TV and movie parodies, as well as freeform articles. Mad's mascot, Alfred E. Neuman, is typically the focal point of the magazine's cover, with his face often replacing a celebrity or character that is lampooned within the issue. --