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THE 'NAM MAGAZINE #1 - 5: Sold as a run of 5 issues, August - December 1988, condition NM- to NM+, 2 stories from the Marvel comic book series reprinted in each issue with extra material, Michael Golden color front covers on all, B&W back covers on #1 - 2, and interior artwork in all, Doug Murray stories. Nam Notes, Glossaries and Pin-ups throughout the set. #1 incorrectly dated May and July 1988 inside. See #1 covers  See #2 covers  See #3 covers  See #4 covers  See #5 covers  All for $25


NATIONAL LAMPOON - In the '70s, nobody could beat the humor in this magazine! From this period, The Funny Pages routinely contained work by Vaughn Bode, Bobby London, Jeff Jones, Gahan Wilson, Shary Flenniken, Charles Rodrigues, Ralph Reese. Seeing any of these names in the Features area does not reference their Funny Pages work. It's "featured material" in the body of the issue. And don't forget all those great record album ads! You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase this magazine.

NATIONAL LAMPOON #41: August 1973, F, Strange Beliefs: Frank Frazetta "Ghoul Queen" cover artwork, Son-O-God Comics #3 illustrated (color) by Neal Adams, Cheech Wizard (color) by Vaughn Bode, Strange Beliefs Of Children (color) by Gahan Wilson, Godspiel with color art by Rick Meyerowitz, Psychology Today (Ptoday) parody, Worlds in Collusion, Fuzz Against Bunk, Telejester, and more! By clicking the "See covers" link, you are confirming that you are 18 years of age or older. See covers  $25

NATIONAL LAMPOON #50: May 1974, NM-, 50th Anniversary Issue: Son-O'-God Meets Zimmerman illustrated (color) by Neal Adams, Another Truly Western Romance (color) by M. K. Brown, The Gahan Wilson Horror Movie Pocket Computer, Handicapped Sports by Charles Rodrigues, Dutch Treachery Laid Bare illustrated by Don Perlin, My Own Stamp Album - Continued and 1934 Bulgemobiles both by Bruce McCall, Return Of the Dodosaurs color art by Rick Meyerowitz, Mrs. Agnew's Diary, Cock Tales, Da Vinci's Uncovered Notebook Vol. II, Guernixa Surprise Poster #6, 8 Comics in One, National Anthems Encores, Six More Secret Japanese Techniques of Self-Defense, Mongologue, and more! See covers  $33

NATIONAL LAMPOON #53: August 1974, VF/NM+, Isolationism and Tooth Care: Dirty Duck (color) by Bobby London, The Classic "Moby Dick" Surprise Poster #7, Mythical Mythical Beasts color art by Rick Meyerowitz, Seed Magazine by Chris Cerf, Two-Way Clean/Dirty Comics by Ed Subitzky, Plumber's Little Helper, Spiro Agnew's A Very Sizable Advance, Executive Deleted, Our Bodies And None Of Your Business, Soul Drinks, Leftovers with Russ Heath artwork, True Menu, Mouthing Off, Frying Down To Rio, and more! See covers  $23

NATIONAL LAMPOON #54: September 1974, NM, Old Age: Old Love (color) illustrated by Joe Orlando, Batman (Batfart) parody illustrated (color) by Nick Cardy, Senior Sex by Charles Rodrigues, Old Age Preparation Kit by Ed Subitzky, Old  (color) by Gahan Wilson, (Old) Ladies' Home Journal parody, Unexciting Stories, Old School Course Catalog, Lastknell Knolls, Almost Midnight, Small Consolations, and more! See covers  $28

NATIONAL LAMPOON #61: April 1975, NM, Car Sickness: Hot Rod Magazine parody (Warm Rod), Shoes (color) by Gahan Wilson, Driver's Education Movie fumetti, House Trailers, TV Listings and 1906 Bulge-Buggy all 3 by Bruce McCall, Assembly Line Comics by Ed Subitzky, Beep The Bad Little Bus with color art by Rick Meyerowitz, Henry Ford's Diary, The Dramamine Bums, The Tunnel Policemen's Ball, Wogmobiles by Stan Mott, and more! See covers  $25

NATIONAL LAMPOON #65: August 1975, F, Justice: Still Another Truly Western Romance (color) by M. K. Brown, World Night Court fumetti, Great Moments In Justice (color) by Gahan Wilson, Mississippi Bartender Magazine and Citizen's Arrest Magazine both by Bruce McCall, Inherit Their Wind with color art by Rick Meyerowitz, Trespassers Will Be Violated, You're Nobody's Babies Now, Know Your Rights, The Rockefeller Attica Report, Code of Hammurabi, Murder, New York State Bar Exam, A Shot In The Darky, Little-Known Instruments of Justice, If You're A Guy poster, Solomon's Justice Surprise Poster #17, and more! Loose subscription card still inside. See covers  $10

NATIONAL LAMPOON #68: November 1975, VF/NM with a 3/4 inch bottom spine tear; Work: Kelly Girls Temporary Office Furniture, Shirking, Keep Off Trucking by Joe Schenkman, Trail Of Tiers (color) illustrated by Nick Cardy, The Pacesetter, Job Safety Pamphlet, Albania The Closet Paradise, Worker Ant Meets The Wasp (color) by Bobby London, Trapped In The Toilet Factory (color) by Shary Flenniken, House Organ, Ferdinand The Bulldozer with color art by Rick Meyerowitz, Hire the Handicapped poster by Wayne McLoughlin, The Kitchens Of Sara Lee by Bruce McCall, Trina Robbins & Berni Wrightson strip art, and more! See covers  $15

NATIONAL LAMPOON #71: February 1976, VF/NM-, Artists And Models: ARTynews, Don't Read This, Ed's Piece, Gallery by David Pascal, Simply Picasso parody, Clowning Around With Tits, Modes d'Art Magazine, Art Dreco, The Lincoln Nebraska Center for the Performing Arts, Nick & Nick strip by Howard Chaykin, Thrilling Amazing Fantastic Adventures strip by Berni Wrightson, and more! By clicking the "See covers" link, you are confirming that you are 18 years of age or older. See covers  $17

NATIONAL LAMPOON SUBSCRIPTION CARD: "National Lampoon calls 'em as they sees 'em" subscription card with the classic blind umpire and seeing eye dog color photo, Ex/M, circa-1974, size 5 3/4 x 4 3/4 inches, back has a business reply format addressed to the NL in NY, perfect for baseball fans. See card  $2


NEMO: THE CLASSIC COMICS LIBRARY #2: August 1983, VF/NM, The Superman Issue with an in-depth look at his creation, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster interviews, unpublished artwork, the first two weeks of the original syndicated Superman newspaper strip reprinted, the original 1933 Super-Man story by Siegel & Shuster; Terry And The Pirates by Milton Caniff, William Randolph Hearst, The Western Art of Fred Harman - On The Range strip reprints, Art Young, and Superheroes' newspaper careers through WWII by Ron Goulart. A superbly researched and always entertaining Fantagraphics magazine. See covers  $13.50

Also see: Action Comics / Superman / Superman From The '30s To The '70s book


NEXUS #3: 1982, NM/M, The last of the Capital B&W magazine issues that preceded the color comic book series, bound-in Flexi-disc still intact, story by Mike Baron with Steve Rude artwork, Frank Brunner back cover artwork. Cover width exceeds scanner bed, so image partially cropped on sides. (2 copies available) See covers  $24


NOSTALGIA ILLUSTRATED - Marvel Comics produced this magazine and Stan Lee was publisher.

NOSTALGIA ILLUSTRATED #1, Volume 1, #1: November 1974, VF, The premiere issue! Nicely illustrated articles covering the casting of Scarlett O'Hara in GWTW, Lou Gehrig says farewell to baseball (Babe Ruth photos), Classic Strippers (Sally Rand, Ann Corio, Gypsy Rose Lee, Blaze Starr), Little Orphan Annie & classic comic strips, Franklin D. Roosevelt, James Dean, 1941 Baseball Cards, Vintage Radio & Cereal Premiums, W.C. Fields & Mae West, 1930s-50s Vintage Cars, Elvis, Doc Savage pulps, Jean Harlow (on cover too), Henry Fonda, and more! See covers  $21

NOSTALGIA ILLUSTRATED #2,  Volume 1, #2: December 1974, VF-: corner cover chip at top spine, Playing the Palace Theatre written by Ray Bolger, Red Grange, Child Stars (Temple, Gish, Rooney, O'Brien, Wood, Coogan, Pickford, etc.), Airplanes in early comic strips, 1940s Ladies Fashions, Glenn Miller, Movie Theme Songs (classic sheet music shown), Daisy Air Rifles, Jane Russell in "The Outlaw," Swashbucklers (Errol Flynn), Calendar Pin-ups, Christmas 1927 in the Sears Roebuck catalogue, old Greeting Cards, Bette Davis, Studebakers, and more! See covers  $13.50

NOSTALGIA ILLUSTRATED #3, Volume 2, #1: January 1975, NM-, The Barnum & Bailey Circus, early Tennis, 1950s & 1960s Gum Cards, Betty Bonnet's 1918 paper dolls, Movie Musicals (Busby Berkeley), Women in comic strips, early Banned Films, Channing Clark, Eubie Blake, 1950s Dances, Big Screen Lovers (Fairbanks, Barrymore, Valentino), Betty Grable (on cover too), Will Rogers, and more! See covers  $28

NOSTALGIA ILLUSTRATED #4, Volume 2, #2: February 1975, F/VF, Clark Gable and the women in his life, Douglas "Wrongway" Corrigan, Esther Williams, How to Dress like a Flapper, Old Valentines, The Beatles 1964, Vintage Railway Trains, Women Athletes (Gertrude Ederle, Sonja Henie, Helen Wills), The Dionne Quintuplets, Johnson Smith Novelties, Darla Hood (Our Gang), Little Nemo by Winsor McCay, Humphrey Bogart (on cover too), 1920s Luxury Cars, and more! See covers  $12

NOSTALGIA ILLUSTRATED #5, Volume 2, #3: March 1975, NM, 1930s-40s Female Singers (Andrew Sisters), Marbles, Hopalong Cassidy/William Boyd, Joan Crawford, Sports Cartoon Strips, Pete Smith Specialties, Lydia Pinkham, Mickey Mouse, Sixties Pop Art (Andy Warhol), Hank Williams, Classic Automobiles drawn by Robert Crumb, Screen Sirens (Bara, Swanson, Harlow, Bow), Johnny Weissmuller, Judy Garland (on cover as Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz), and more! See covers  $35

NOSTALGIA ILLUSTRATED #6, Volume 2, #4: April 1975, NM- copy with bottom left corner ding, priced as VG/F, Mae West (on cover too), 5 Ways to Beat Prohibition, WWII Years, Joe DiMaggio, Krazy Kat (George Herriman art), Al Jolson, vintage Easter fashions, 1920s Motorcycles, Willie Dixon, Serial Cowboys (Tom Mix, Buck Jones, Hoot Gibson, etc.), Nancy Drew Mysteries, Vending Machines, Dashiell Hammett, Ava Gardner, and more! See covers  $7.50

NOSTALGIA ILLUSTRATED #7, Volume 2, #5: May 1975, VF/NM, Cecil B. DeMille by Leonard Maltin, Bobby Thompson and his 1951 homer, Ann Miller, Film Comedians (Chaplin, Lloyd, Laurel & Hardy (on cover too), Marx Bros., Keaton, etc.), Naughty French Postcards, Flash Gordon on TV, Mickey Jelke, Life Magazine, Mickey Spillane/Mike Hammer, Cowboys in the comic strips, history of Monopoly, 1930s Gum Cards, Gary Cooper, and more! See covers  $20

NOSTALGIA ILLUSTRATED #8, Volume 2, #6: June 1975, VF. Marilyn Monroe (on cover too), John Garfield, Gershwin's Rhapsody In Blue, Street Games, Johnny Roventini - Call for Philip Morris!, Silver Screen Sirens (Pickford, Gish, Talmadge, Bow, West, Grable, etc.), Art Deco, Harry Houdini, Freedom 7 - First American Men in Space, Snow White, Burton K. Wheeler, and more! See covers  $15

NOSTALGIA ILLUSTRATED #9, Volume 2, #7: July 1975, VF-. First Issue with Interior Color, Marlon Brandon (on cover too), Fireworks ads, Movie Posters, Golden Days of Radio (Edgar Bergen, Jack Benny, etc.), Fay Wray, Trial of Fatty Arbuckle, Making of The Marx Brothers' "Cocoanuts," Jack Johnson, Charlie Chan, Teresa Brewer, Leonard Maltin picks his favorite cartoons, Jeffrey Hunter, Wurlitzer jukeboxes, and more! See covers  $13.50

NOSTALGIA ILLUSTRATED #10, Volume 2, #8: August 1975, VF/NM-, Last Issue, Interior Color, Ronald Reagan on cover, Judy Garland/Meet Me In St. Louis (on cover too), 1959, Eastman Kodak, Fanny Brice, Antique Toys, Architect Stanford White, Sugar Ray Robinson, Katherine Hepburn, Bud Abbott & Lou Costello, Songs about Trains, Soap Opera Comic Strips, Lana Turner, and more! See covers  $19


NUTS!: 1985, NM-, Mini-comic preview for the short-lived Byron Preiss/Bantam paperback series helmed by Harvey Kurtzman. Steve Fastner cover artwork (same one used on Book 1) and 16 pages of B&W interior work by Kurtzman, Bob Fingerman and Christopher Browne. Dimensions are the same as the paperback, so it's not really a magazine but a Mad collector may look for it here. See covers  $6


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