by Mad Books in New York .
|Other titles||Mad (New York, N.Y. : 1958)|
|Statement||by Phil Hahn ; illustrations by Paul Coker, Jr.|
|Genre||Caricatures and cartoons.|
|LC Classifications||NC1429.C63 A4 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2003535277|
Always loved the Horrifying Cliches of the old Mad mags and there are many of my favorites in this little volume but holy cow this book is anything but a "monster" book. You can practically hold it in the palm of your hand. Unless this is some sort of rare out-of-print tome, paying the price listed here on Amazon seems way off base/5. Click for a list of MAD Books - hardcover and otherwise: The Mad Monster Book of Horrifying Clich s - Click cover for larger view Click back cover for larger view written by Phil Hahn (except where noted) Paul Coker, Jr. art COVER: Milking a TIRED CONCEPT; Acknowledgements. Then get ready for THE MAD MONSTER BOOK OF HORRIFYING CLICHES, a new hardcover collecting eighty of the best, crazy, colloquial creatures created by MAD's Paul Coker, Jr. and Phil Hahn. Newly colored, this collection comes with not one, but two all-new introductions by none other than Paul Coker, Jr. and Phil Hahn. This book contains 80 of the best, crazy, colloquial creatures created by MAD's Paul Coker, Jr. and Phil Hahn.
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