(1) NATIONAL LAMPOON FOR SALE

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(1) NATIONAL LAMPOON

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National Lampoon - 1970; (FIRST YEAR - SCARCE Issues);

>>> WEIGHT for Postage = 235 Grams each;

April 1970 [Volume-1 #1; "SEXY COVER issue" = GGA {Good Girl Art} PHOTO Cover; 90 Pages including Covers; Ralph Schoenstein Report = Sex poll; Penelope Plastique = Playboy parody & nude centerfold; Sex through the Ages by Richard Armour; David & Julie White House Romance in "Real Life Romance" color Comic by Jorg; Normal Rockwall's {Norman Rockwell & Avante-Garde parody} Erotic Drawings; Mondo Perverto Magazine; Ku Ku Sutra by Roger Price; Michael O'Donoghue's Poronocopia; I, a Splurch by Dr. Sexx {Dr. Seuss parody} by Peter Bramley; Rick Meyerowitz parody Pinup page of Jacqueline Susann; Five Ages of Women, cartoons by David McClelland; SCARCE issue; VG/FN = $119.00; VG = $99.00; G/VG = $79.00];


May 1970 [Volume-1 #2; GREED issue; Peter Max swipe cover style; Howard Hughes interview; Uncle Scrooge cameo; Mafia Goes Public, Annual report of the Mafia = CosNosCo; Poor & the Super-Poor, by Schoenstein, with Arnold Roth illo; Up with Negroes, cartoons by John Weidman; Hanging of Norman Jones, by Patrick Coffey; Space Age Vending Machines; March of Slugs, by Henry Beard; Rick Meyerowitz parody Pinup pages of Rev. Billy Graham; "True Finance" parody magazine; Tabloid Newspaper centerfold INSERT Poster parody of Wall Street Journal, is INTACT; *** Has 1/2" Paper pull at top edge of Back cover, o/w VF=$99; >>> FN/VF=$89];

June 1970 [Volume-1 #3, BLIGHT issue; Arnold Roth cover; Horrorscope; 1/4pg Gahan Wilson cartoon; S.p.l.a.t. by Jean Shepard; Bizarre, fashion magazine for Mutants; Interview with Smokey the Bear, by John Weidman; Sludge, the Magazine of Gunk, with Miss Sludge centerfold pinup; Operation Plowsshare by Henry Beard; Pollution = 1pg cartoons by Pieha; "Our threatened NAZI's"; Marc Trail color comic by Joe Orlando; Game of "Extinction" by Michael O'Donoghue; Sound of Musak; The Fruit Gum cycle; Missionary by Robert Hoffman; Contaminated Critters by Rick Meyerowitz; Pollutionaland by Mort Gerberg; Ecolo-Bummer by McClelland; FN/VF=$79; FN=$69; VG=$48],

July 1970 [Volume-1 #4; BAD TASTE issue; The Great Roob Revolution, by Roger Price; the Liz Taylor & Richard Burton Gift catalogue; 1/3 page cartoon of Tin-Man of OZ sexually atacking Dorothy, as Straw-Man watches; Nixon's Dream Supreme Court; World's 7 Worst Restaurants; Wonderful World of Mediocrity supplement; Art or Porno? = Photographers guide to Naked Ladies; Most Tasteless article ever printed; Ye Olde Colonial Inne insert Menu centerfold still intact; i1 Detergenta by Henry Beard; 2-Page Nixon family parody Pinup by by Rick Meyerowitz; Bad taste is where it's at, cartoons by Arnold Roth; "Solemate - Shoe Fetishist Computer matching service" by Michael Donoghue; L'IL ABNER 2 page color comics parody, by Bill Dubay; FN = $69; VG/FN=$59);

July 1970 [Volume-1 #4; BAD TASTE issue; The Great Roob Revolution, by Roger Price; the Liz Taylor & Richard Burton Gift catalogue; 1/3 page cartoon of Tin-Man of OZ sexually atacking Dorothy, as Straw-Man watches; Nixon's Dream Supreme Court; World's 7 Worst Restaurants; Wonderful World of Mediocrity supplement; Art or Porno? = Photographers guide to Naked Ladies; Most Tasteless article ever printed; Ye Olde Colonial Inne insert Menu centerfold still intact; i1 Detergenta by Henry Beard; 2-Page Nixon family parody Pinup by by Rick Meyerowitz; Bad taste is where it's at, cartoons by Arnold Roth; "Solemate - Shoe Fetishist Computer matching service" by Michael Donoghue; L'IL ABNER 2 page color comics parody, by Bill Dubay; G/VG, coupon out of AD page = $29);

August 1970 (Volume-1 #5; PARANOIA issue; Gahan Wilson cartoon cover art; Confessions of an Insurance man; PARANOIA - What would America be like as a 2nd rate power?, by Douglas Kenney, with Dennis Hermanson art; Is Nixon dead?, 4 pgs, with 3 pages photo's, by Don Pierce; Kiss Off Cruel World, by Henry Beard; TALES OF TERROR, color comics parody by Joe Orlando; This is the way the World ends; World Paranoid Projection centerfold; "the Daily Roach Holder" magazine parody by Michael O'Donoghue; Paranoia, 2 pgs cartoons by Pieha; Guilt Test; 1pg parody Pinup of Gamal Abdel Nasser by Rick Meyerowitz; "Disquieting Thoughts" by Michael O'Donoghue; Secret Life of George Lathrop, by John Weidman; The Day Saturn crashed into the Earth; FN=$69; VG/FN=$59; G/VG=$39);

August 1970 (Volume-1 #5; PARANOIA issue; Gahan Wilson cartoon cover art; Confessions of an Insurance man; PARANOIA - What would America be like as a 2nd rate power?, by Douglas Kenney, with Dennis Hermanson art; Is Nixon dead?, 4 pgs, with 3 pages photo's, by Don Pierce; Kiss Off Cruel World, by Henry Beard; TALES OF TERROR, color comics parody by Joe Orlando; This is the way the World ends; World Paranoid Projection centerfold; "the Daily Roach Holder" magazine parody by Michael O'Donoghue; Paranoia, 2 pgs cartoons by Pieha; Guilt Test; 1pg parody Pinup of Gamal Abdel Nasser by Rick Meyerowitz; "Disquieting Thoughts" by Michael O'Donoghue; Secret Life of George Lathrop, by John Weidman; The Day Saturn crashed into the Earth; G/VG = $39.00)'

August 1970 (Volume-1 #5; PARANOIA issue; Gahan Wilson cartoon cover art; Confessions of an Insurance man; PARANOIA - What would America be like as a 2nd rate power?, by Douglas Kenney, with Dennis Hermanson art; Is Nixon dead?, 4 pgs, with 3 pages photo's, by Don Pierce; Kiss Off Cruel World, by Henry Beard; TALES OF TERROR, color comics parody by Joe Orlando; This is the way the World ends; World Paranoid Projection centerfold; "the Daily Roach Holder" magazine parody by Michael O'Donoghue; Paranoia, 2 pgs cartoons by Pieha; Guilt Test; 1pg parody Pinup of Gamal Abdel Nasser by Rick Meyerowitz; "Disquieting Thoughts" by Michael O'Donoghue; Secret Life of George Lathrop, by John Weidman; The Day Saturn crashed into the Earth; G/VG, centerfold Missing = $19);

September 1970 (Volume-1 #6; SHOW BIZ issue; MINNIE MOUSE parody cover by Sagebrush; Cartoons by Oldden; JOHN {LENNON} and YOKO {ONO} Unmasked, by Robert Goldman = Beatles related parody; MGM blackmail auction; "Screen Slime" magazine parody, with; Liz Taylor & Richard Burton, Mick Jagger; MGM Scandal Auction; "Raquel Welch Laid Bare" = 4 page parody with Photo's; >> "College Concert Cut-Ups" color comics, by Michael Choquette, Archie style comics, art by Orlando, Scarpelli & Bramley = with FRANK ZAPPA; "Keeping up with the Joneses" by Michael Donoghue; "Waiting in the Left Wings - Day with starlet Nana Bijou" 5 page Nude Photo's parody by Michael O'Donoghue; Cashing in on Charlie {CHARLES MANSON parody}; Stan Mack's original Amateur Hour; "Iron Curtain call - Varietsky" = Russia parody, by Beard & O'Donoghue; SHOW BIZ issue; MINNIE MOUSE parody cover by Sagebrush; JOHN {LENNON} and YOKO {ONO} Unmasked, by Robert Goldman = BEATLES related parody; SCARCER issue; VG/FN=$49; VG=$39);

October 1970 (Volume-1 #7; POLITICS issue; "Abbie visits 1600 SESAME STREET" with Agnew & Nixon puppets Photo cover; The Wit, Wisdom & Warmth of John Mitchell by Richard M. Nixon, text parody with cartoons; Antique Editorial Thunder, the political cartoon through history, by Ed Fisher; a Nice little renewable War by Schoenstein; "Eight Days that shook Wook Iowa - the Assassination of Spiro T. Agnew" = 10 page parody with photos; You've got a lot to Lib, by Trow & O'Donoghue; Nat Lamp Opinion Poll by O'Donoghue; Politics parody cartoons = 5 pages Arnold Roth art; New Political Power Groups, by Linderman; Campaign Posters '70 {Cartoon Pinups} = 7pgs by Rick Meyerowitz, with REAGAN as Mr. California; President's Commision on What's What by Douglas Kenney; FN/VF=$59; FN=$49; VG/FN=$39),

November 1970 (Volume-1 #8; NOSTALGIA issue; Norman Rockwell style parody cover, depicts Hippie getting short Haircut; "Nostalgia is Goodstalia" parody cartoons = 3 pages Arnold Roth art; GUTS Magazine, featuring the DINK Patrol and the Love Slaves of Xuyan Tan Phu = 3 page Men's adventure mag parody by O'Donoghue; "The Teen-Age Death Song Game"; DICK CLARK Party Mask = Intact & UN-Cut; Get Out of KOREA; Sharp Look / Fifties Fashions; Ghoul Days =1pg Stan Mack cartoons; Spin out on Memory Lane; 1956 HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK "Cat-Calls" with the Bobcats; 1896 Sears Roebuck & Co. SEX catalogue parody; the Fifties, a special section; MONSTER Memories, silver screen monster Cartoons = 3 pgs by Rick Meyerowitz, 1936: DISNEY Rejects, by Peter Bremley; "4th Street East' by Jerome Weidman; 1936: A Space Odyssey by John Weidman; Fabulous 50's Cut-Out MASK Page is still intact; FN=$49; VG/FN=$39);

December 1970 (Volume-1 #9, CHRISTMAS issue; Jap attacks Santa cover, with Orlando art; "Christmas Beware" cartoons by Gahan Wilson; "Whitehouse Romance Comics" color with Orlando art; Fish Mouth, by Ray Puechner; >> Famous S.GROSS Frog Legs Cartoon, that later became the Nat Lamp symbol; "Joey & Jilly in Santaland" 4pgs cartoons with Arnold Roth art; The Myth of the mafia, with Rick Meyerowitz art; Santology by Henry Beard; Stocking Stuffers; JESUS parody; Costumes to get you on "Let's make a Deal" by Meyerowitz & O'Donoghue; Peace comes to the Middle East; SOB STORY {Love Story parody}; Make mine Mulch, by Mattelson; SCARCER issue; FN/VF=$59);

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National Lampoon - 1971; (2nd YEAR - Hard-to-Find issues);


January 1971 (Vol.1,#10, WOMEN'S LIB issue; Blonde Girl holding King Kong cover; Cosmopolitan mag parody; Arnold Roth art; 1st FOTO FUNNIES?; Pinup Girls; VF=$59; VG/FN=$35),


National Lampoon - 1971; (2nd YEAR - Hard-to-Find issues);
February 1971 (Volume-1,#11, HEAD issue; Classic Illustrated parody = Siddhartha by Herman Hesse Comics, Orlando art; the 1791 Rolling Stein = Rolling Stone mag parody with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart-c; Great Automobile Revolt; Freaks by Christopher Rush; Graphology; Rake's Progress = Arnold Roth art; Special Stoned section; Reeferette Packs = illustrated Rolling Papers for Marijuana; Instant Yoga with Swami Ananda Vishnu's Pranayama Dartboard; Head of State; Bugaboos with Meyerowitz-a; 2 page Woodstock parody; Confessions of a Teen-Age Drug Abuser; FN/VF = $49.00; FN = $39.00; VG/FN=$33; VG=$29; G/VG=$25);



March 1971 (Vol.1,#12, CULTURE issue; Meyerowitz cover; Leonardo da Vinci Undiscovered Notebook Cover & interior parody with art by Daniel Maffia; How to Write Good by Michael O'Donoghue - Comic illustrations by Joe Orlando; How to Draw Good by Peter Bramley; Cultural TV Guide for Highbrows; My Kultur Right or Wrong = Arnold Roth cartoons; Mantovani Strain by Gordon Colter; I was in America in the 70's; the Dolts - Adult Male Dolt & Adult Female Dolt; the Great Kitsch Conspiracy Trial; Our do it Yourself Heritage; Pied Piper of Burbank - Gahan Wilson cartoons; Captain Bringdown cartoons; Gracie Slick's Handbook of Radical Dos and Don'ts; FN=$26; VG/FN=$20),


April 1971 [Volume-1 #13; Adventure - Weird Tales / Spicy Stories issue; Blonde Girl in BONDAGE Painted Cover by FRANK FRAZETTA; Roller Derby Dames on Parade = 5 pages Photo Funnies in comics format by O'Donoghue & Bramley; TARZAN of the Cows = 9 pages Comics by Frank Springer; Spoilers by Douglas C. Kenney; Adventures of Everyday Living = 3 pages Arnold Roth cartoons; Real Balls = 10 page Men's Adventure mag parody by by O'Donoghue, Kenney, Catchpole & Boni, including; Beatnik Hootenanny for the FBI, Know your Enemy - Party Girl, Kiddie Captives of Professor Perverto; Mexico on 5 Toilets a Day = Rick Meyerowitz cartoons; Jean-Paul Sauvage Philosopher Detective {Doc Savage pulp parody} by O'Donoghue; Flim-Flam Flakes - Great American Cereal Box, with Orlando art; Booblegum Card {Baseball & Football Card parody}; Weight = 195 Grams; VF+, 8.5 = $69; VF, 8.0 = $59; FN/VF=$49; FN = $39; FN=$34; FN minus = $30; VG/FN=$27];



May 1971 (Vol.1,#14, The FUTURE issue; Flash Gordon with Astronaut cover; Zero Gravity Sex Manual; Lyndon Johnson remembers; Arnold Roth art; Gray Morrow art; NY World/Collier's; Weerd Tayls {Weird Tales}; Comics with Frank Springer art; Foldout Insert poster at center still intact, nice VF=$39; FN/VF=$33; FN+= $29; FN=$24; VG/FN=$20; VG=$16);

May 1971 (Vol.1,#14, Foldout Insert poster, pages 33-40 at center MISSING, o/w VG $10);

May 1971 (Vol.1,#14, Foldout Insert poster, pages 33-40 at center MISSING, o/w G $7);


June 1971 (Vol.1,#15, RELIGION issue; Nixon as Moses cover; Arnold Roth art; Holylan with Gahan Wilson art; "Utopia Four" religious superhero parody comics with Orlando art; One page Superman parody with Wayne Boring art; LatLamp's Inferno with Meyerowitz art; Dorian Gray; FN/VF=$26; FN=$22; VG/FN=$18; VG=$15; GVG=$12),


June 1971 (Vol.1,#15, RELIGION issue; G, pages 35-46 missing = $4);


July 1971 (Vol.1,#16; PORNOGRAPHY issue; My Secret Life by David Eisenhower; the Breast Game; Dick in Jane; Sherlock Holmes in the Strange Case of the Queen's Pupils = COMICS by Frank Springer; Are you a Homo?, Caged Joy Rag; Groupies for Everyone; Kinky Kutouts; Everything you wanted to know about Sex; Esprit de HARD Core comics by ARNOLD ROTH; Nancy Reagan's Guide to Dating Dos & Dont's; SCARCE issue; VF=$49; FN/VF=$39.00; FN=$32.00);


August 1971 (Vol.1,#17, BUMMER issue; Kelly Freas cover art; Defeat Comics with the Fightin' Four, art by Granite; Welfare MONOPOLY parody;Special Canadian Supplement = CANADA the retarded giant on your doorstep, with Hockey, Canadian identity, RCMP pig on horseback; 1pg Frog Prince with Orlando art; BUMMERS with Arnold Roth art; Rusty "Machine Gun" Calley vs Charles "Charlie" Manson Boxing parody with Meyerowitz art; Ralph Nader parody; Movie poster parody with Gray Morrow art; Jane Fonda & Nixon; FN/VF=$34; FN=$29; VG/FN=$24; VG=$19; G/VG=$15);


September 1971 (Vol.1,#18, KIDS issue; Boy holding dead Felix the Cat lookalike on cover; Mattelson cover art; Arnold Roth art; Hardy Boys parody with Dick Hess art; Little Girl at the Dixee Hoel with Donna Moody art; Games Children Play with Gahan Wilson art; "Death Is" = PEANUTS/Snoopy/Charlie Brown Parody, with John Weidman art; VF=$36; FN/VF=$29; VG/FN=$18; VG=$15),


October 1971 (Vol.1,#19, BACK TO SCHOOL issue; Rodrigues art; Campus War = board Game; 15 page MAD magazine Parody; Citizen Kane comics parody, with Ernie Colan art, John Romita painted cover, Orlando art & Ralph Reese art; 6 page BEATLES parody = "Magical Misery Tour" with Randall Enos art; 125th Street = Sesame Street TV parody; VF=$36; FN/VF=$29; VG=$16; G/VG=$12; G=$10),


October 1971 (Vol.1,#19, FA, No Back Cover = $6);


November 1971 (Vol.1,#20; HORROR issue; Gahan Wilson cover art; Phantom of the Rock Opera Photo-Novel in Comics format; DRAGULA, Queen of Darkness = Dracula parody, with FRAZETTA inner Cover art & 9 pages NEAL ADAMS art; Dr. Jekyll's surgical supply catalogue; Gray Morrow art; HOT & Scarcer issue; VF=$59; FN=$39; VG=$29);



December 1971 (Vol.1,#21, G, pages 37-44 missing $5);


December 1971 (Vol.1,#21, CHRISTMAS issue; Rodrigues cover art; Jessica CHRIST = Jesus parody with nudity; "Boys' Romances" comics with Orlando art; Christmas Story comics with Arnold Roth art; Gratuitous Wish-Fullfillment Dept. comics = with Frank Springer art; VF+ $39; FN/VF=$29; FN=$24; VG/FN=$19; VG=$15);

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National Lampoon - 1972; (3rd YEAR - Uncommon issues);


January 1972 (Vol.1,#22, NOTHING SACRED issue; 1st Appearance of "SON-O-GOD" Comics = 10 pages NEAL ADAMS art, with 9pgs color; "the Last Supplement to the Whole Earth Catalogue" with Fritz the Cat comic parody by Randall Enos; "Crumbland" = 2 pages ROBERT CRUMB art; M. Gross painted cover art; Vietnamese Baby Book; American Indian parody; 1st FUNNY PAGES Section; {Mike Kaluta 1/4 page art heading begins; 1st "NUTS" Comic strip = Gahan Wilson art; 1st Chicken Gutz with Mr. Gutz = Rodrigues Art; 1st IDYL comic strip = JEFF JONES art; 1st Vinny Shinblind the invisible Sex Maniac = P. Bramley art; Crash Christian = Springer art}; HOT & SCARCER issue; VF+=$65; VG=$32];


February 1972 (Vol.1,#23, CRIME issue; Dick Hess painted cover art; "The Case of the Loquacious Rapist!" comic strip mixed with photo novel = Michael Sullivan art; "Riders of the Black Hand Comics" = Frank Springer art; the Awdrey-Gore Legacy by Edward Gorey; Jeff Jones Pinup art of Fu-Manchu playing Chess; "the Thoughts of chairman Fu-Manchu" by Henry Beard; DICK TRACY parody comics = H.B.Nichols art; "the Last Mile" = Rodrigues art; >>> {1/2 to 1 page Comic Strips; NUTS Comic strip = Gahan Wilson art; Chicken Gutz = Enos Art; Crash Christian = Springer art, 1st CHEECH WIZARD in NL = Vaughn BODE art, 1st Mule's Diner = Stan Mack & Thom Roberts}, 1st tales of the Time Beast = Sullivan art}; VF/NM=$36; VF=$29; VG/FN=$16; VG=$13; G/VG=$10];


February 1972 (Vol.1,#23; G/VG, coupon out of page 7/8, pages 41-48 missing = $3);


March 1972 [Vol.1,#24, ESCAPE issue; HITLER parody photo cover; 1/2 page Gray Morrow art in AD with Kangaroo at Bar; Pamplemousse; Beachcomber Jerry's Menu; Ronald Reagan parody with Orlando art; Arnold Roth art; Celebrity Suicide Notes; HITLER in paradise = 6 page photostory parody; John Lennon & Yoko Ono Foto Funnies page; "Adventures of a Connecticut Yankee" = 10 pages MICHAEL / Mike KALUTA art; >>> {1/2 to 1 page Comic Strips; NUTS Comic strip = Gahan Wilson art; IDYL comic strip = JEFF JONES art; CHEECH WIZARD = Vaughn BODE art; Rodrigues art; Vinny Shinblind the invisible Sex Maniac = P. Bramley art; Mule's Diner = Stan Mack & Thom Roberts}; VF/NM=$39; VF=$32; FN=$21; VG/FN=$17; VG=$14],


March 1972 [Vol.1,#24; G, with pages 33-56 missing = $2);


April 1972 (Vol.1,#25, 25th ANNIVERSARY issue; Third Base, the Dating Newspaper; Cursory History of the National Lampoon = Arnold Roth art; "Frontline Dentists" Comics parody = Frank Springer art; "Man in Toilet" = Rodrigues art; "Commie Plot Comics" = Frank Springer art; the 1958 Bulgemobiles = CAR parody section by Bruce McCall; Amos 'N' Andy meet the Honeymooners parody interviews; PLAYBOY fallout shelter; >>> {1/2 to 1 page Comic Strips; NUTS Comic strip = Gahan Wilson art; IDYL comic strip = JEFF JONES art; CHEECH WIZARD = Vaughn BODE art; Doctor Colon's Monster = Rodrigues art; Vinny Shinblind the invisible Sex Maniac = P. Bramley art; Chicken Gutz = Enos Art}; VF+=$44; VG/FN=$18; G/VG=$12; G=$9; FA/G=$7.];


May 1972 [Vol.1,#26, MEN issue; Dick Hess painted cover art; "NORMAN the BARBARIAN" Comics = CONAN parody, with 5 pages in color Art by BARRY WINDSOR-SMITH; Zircaon as big as Taft = art by David Palladini; "Odd Man Out" Comics, Gay & Lesbian humor = Ralph Reese art; Knowledge of Fear cartoons = John Glashan art; Randall Enos art; Mickey Spillane parody text story with Gray Morrow illustration; >>> {1/2 to 1 page Comic Strips; NUTS Comic strip = Gahan Wilson art; IDYL comic strip = JEFF JONES art; CHEECH WIZARD = Vaughn BODE art; Doctor Colon's Monster = Rodrigues art; Chicken Gutz = Enos Art; VF+=$35; FN=$21; VG/FN=$16; G/VG=$10],


May 1972 [Vol.1,#26; G, pages 43-48 missing, Barry Smith complete =$4];


June 1972 [Vol.1,#27, SCIENCE FICTION issue; Classic FRANK FRAZETTA Painted Cover art; 1st TRUE FACTS page; Magic Lamp comics = M.K. Brown art; "The Last TV Show" comics, SF theme = 4 pages in color = Bruce Jones story & art; "An interrupted Luncheon, or Peril from the Clouds" = 6pg Photonovel in comics format; Dodosaurs = Dinosaur parody = Meyerowitz art; "Appalling 12" = Apollo 11 cartoon parody = Rodrigues art; "Pruzy's Pot" 5pgs text fiction with photo = by THEODORE STURGEON; "Click" 4pgs SF/Alien cartoons = GAHAN WILSON art; UFO Magazine parody = Gray Morrow art; "Sextraterrestrials" 3pgs SF/Alien cartoons = Henry Beard art; Martian Jokes by Christopher Rush; Sci-Fi quiz; >>> {1/2 to 1 page Comic Strips; NUTS Comic strip = Gahan Wilson art; Mule's Diner = Stan Mack; IDYL comic strip = JEFF JONES art; CHEECH WIZARD = Vaughn BODE art; Doctor Colon's Monster = Rodrigues art}; HOT issue; FN/VF=$32; FN=$26; VG/FN=$19; G/VG=$12; G=$9],



July 1972 [ #28, SURPRISE issue; Trojan Teddy Bear cover by M. Gross; Mao's Little Black Book; 2 page Suprise Poster #1 = Ted Kennedy for president Rally, as Zombie with Chappaquiddick sign approaches = Perlin art; Masculine He-Man; "Third World Thrills" Comics, with Nudity, Bondage & Torture = 10 pages GRAY MORROW art; "Sermonette" 2pgs comics, with torture of Jesus Christ = Frank Springer art; Edward Gorey art; Colonel Teddy Jingo's sketch; Calling Dr. Hitler; Worst cartoons in the World = by Brian McConnachie; Better Mouth & Saliva Catalog; >>> {1/2 to 1 page Comic Strips; NUTS Comic strip = Gahan Wilson art; 1st Prophet & Loss = P.Bramley art; IDYL comic strip = JEFF JONES art; 1st Mercury God's Own messenger = M.K. Brown art; Doctor Colon's Monster = Rodrigues art}; POSTER INTACT; VF=$25; FN/VF=$20; FN=$16; VG/FN=$13; VG=$10; G=$7];


August 1972 [#29; DEMOCRACY issue; Classic Foldout cover, featuring Richard Nixon cartoon with foot-long nose, art by Robert Grossman; Humorrhoids page; Colonel Manders in "Tales from the South" Kentucky Fried COOONS – They’re Ass-Kickin’ Good = Racist Black Horror Zombies comic parody of Colonel Saunders Kentucky Fried Chicken = Don Perlin art; "Seniority" 4 pages cartoons = Gahan Wilson art; True Politics parody mag; Tommy Tucker comics = Dean Latimer art; Meyerowitz art; >>> {1/2 to 1 page Comic Strips; NUTS Comic strip = Gahan Wilson art; IDYL comic strip = JEFF JONES art; Vinny Shinblind the invisible Sex Maniac = P. Bramley art; Doctor Colon's Monster = Rodrigues art; 1st Whistle-Stop = M.K. Brown art; "Sermonette" 2pgs comics, with Jesus Christ = Frank Springer art; Chicken Gutz = Enos Art;}; VF+=$30 VF=$25; FN/VF=$20; VG/FN=$13; VG=$10];



August 1972 [#29; G, centerfold pages 47-50 missing = $3);


September 1972 [#30, BOREDOM issue; Bonny Boredom & Boredom stamps cover; National Geographic Parody; 1st Beans Morocco in Goin' West Comics, 2 pages = M.K. Brown art; Great Moments in Humor, 1/2 page Ad #2 = Hunter in Jungle with Spear thru chest = Gray Morrow art; Boredom Catalogue & Stamps; Tony Hendra's Wide World of Meat; Celebrity Siblings Comics Presents: F. Donald NIXON = Ralph Reese art; Fillmore Divorce; HAPPY FACE 3 pages cartoons = Gahan Wilson art; Refrigerator Rally; Johnny Carson parody; Bland Hotel; >>> {1/2 to 1 page Comic Strips; NUTS Comic strip = Gahan Wilson art; Russ de la Rocca comic strip = M.K. Brown art; 1st US Weather Bureau = Rodrigues art; 1st Whistle-Stop = M.K. Brown art; Chicken Gutz = Enos Art;}; VF/NM=$34; FN/VF=$20; FN=$16; VG/FN=$13; VG=$10; G/VG=$8; G=$7];


October 1972 (#31; REMEMBER THOSE FABULOUS SIXTIES? issue; Woodstock, Bob Dylan & Joan Baez in "the Ventures of Zimmerman Comics", with Gross Man, Tambourine Man & Weber Man = inner Cover by Ross Andru & Esposito, with 8 pages NEAL ADAMS art; Tom Wolfe in Watts; "RIM SHOT" = 4pgs on The Long Suppressed Roilling Stones Album; New York Times parody; "OD - the Game of Drug Abuse"; Where the Weird things are = Wally Neibart art; "JUNKHEAD" = ARCHIE & Jughead Comics parody, with Sex, nudity, Drugs & Freak Brothers cameo = Latimer-s & Ray Schultz art; Randall Enos art; Underneath the Underground cartoons by John Glashan; Your Ad Here; >>> {1/2 to 1 page Comic Strips; NUTS Comic strip = Gahan Wilson art; Mule's Diner = Stan Mack; IDYL comic strip = JEFF JONES art; 1st app "the Turkeys" = Bobby London art; Chicken Gutz = Enos Art; Beans Morocco rides again Comics = M.K. Brown art; Plus; 1/4pg 1st Radio Rae Glamazon of Airwaves = Trina Robbins art; 1st Aesop Brothers Siamese Twins = Rodrigues art}; HOT & SCARCER issue; VG=$20; G/VG=$16; G=$12; FA/G=$9);



November 1972 [#32, DECADENCE issue; FETISH Supplement; Terry Southern on Unclean Practices; 32-Piece Cutout Meat CHESS Set; "Sgt. Shriver's Bleeding Hearts Club Band" = BEATLES parody; "O Comes to America" Text story, with full page JEFF JONES art Splash page; Rural Free Love; Frederick's of Toyland = S&M Fashions for Kids; "Reminants of Dignity" Comics with JFK John F. Kennedy, RFK, Lyndon Johnson, & Frank Sinatra = Frank Springer art; Sellout-Pullout section; Daniel Maffia's Vestiges; Vintage Auto's Demo Derby Comics = Frank Springer art; 2 page Poster with Dick Hess art; the iliad & the Ecstasy; >>> {1/2 to 1 page Comic Strips; NUTS Comic strip = Gahan Wilson art; IDYL comic strip = JEFF JONES art; 1st app "TROTS and BONNIE " = Bobby London art; 1st app "DIRTY DUCK" = Bobby London art; Chicken Gutz = Enos Art; 2nd Aesop Brothers Siamese Twins = Rodrigues art}; VF+= $32; VG/FN=$17; VG=$14; G/VG=$11; G=$9],


December 1972 [#33, EASTER issue; Greatest Farts of the Century = 1/2 page cartoons = B. Kliban art; Inventions that never made it; "CHESS Piece", 7pgs Comics with Chess game theme = Frank Springer art; Men's Liberation cartoons = Rodrigues art; "Christmas Tale" comics = Arnold Roth art; SON-O-GOD Comics #2 vs Antichrist, with Satan = 9 pages Comics in Color, NEAL ADAMS art; >>> {1/2 to 1 page Comic Strips; NUTS Comic strip = Gahan Wilson art; IDYL comic strip = JEFF JONES art; 2nd app "TROTS and BONNIE " = Bobby London art; 2nd app "DIRTY DUCK" = Bobby London art; Chicken Gutz = Enos Art; Vinny Shinblind the invisible Sex Maniac = P. Bramley art; 1st app Earl D. Porker Social Worker = M.K. Brown art};

VF=$29; FN/VF=$23; FN=$18; VG/FN=$15; VG=$12; G/VG=$10; G=$8; FA=$5];

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National Lampoon – 1973; (4th YEAR – Uncommon issues; SCARCE in VF or better condition);

January 1973 [#34, DEATH issue; Classic “If you Don't Buy this Magazine, We'll KILL this DOG!” Photo Cover; 9 pages of Color DEADMAN Comics by NEAL ADAMS; PLAYDEAD Magazine = Playboy parody, with Stiffs of Sweden; Last-Aid Kit; Suicide Letters to Santa; Man in Morgue cartoons by Rodrigues; Daeth on Ice cartoons by Gahan Wilson; Telling a Kid his Parents are Dead cartoons by Shary Flenniken; Finnswake Again; Day Animals discovered Death cartoons by Ed Bluestone; the #2 MOST requested issue; VERY High Demand & thus SCARCE issue; Store Credit is NOT accepted on this item; >>> VF/NM, 9.0 = $89.00];
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January 1973 [#34, DEATH issue; Classic “If you Don't Buy this Magazine, We'll KILL this DOG!” Photo Cover; 9 pages of Color DEADMAN Comics by NEAL ADAMS; PLAYDEAD Magazine = Playboy parody, with Stiffs of Sweden; Last-Aid Kit; Suicide Letters to Santa; Man in Morgue cartoons by Rodrigues; Daeth on Ice cartoons by Gahan Wilson; Telling a Kid his Parents are Dead cartoons by Shary Flenniken; Finnswake Again; Day Animals discovered Death cartoons by Ed Bluestone; the #2 MOST requested issue; VERY High Demand & thus SCARCE issue; Store Credit is NOT accepted on this item; >>> VF, 8.0 = $75.00];
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January 1973 [#34, DEATH issue; Classic “If you Don't Buy this Magazine, We'll KILL this DOG!” Photo Cover; 9 pages of Color DEADMAN Comics by NEAL ADAMS; PLAYDEAD Magazine = Playboy parody, with Stiffs of Sweden; Last-Aid Kit; Suicide Letters to Santa; Man in Morgue cartoons by Rodrigues; Daeth on Ice cartoons by Gahan Wilson; Telling a Kid his Parents are Dead cartoons by Shary Flenniken; Finnswake Again; Day Animals discovered Death cartoons by Ed Bluestone; the #2 MOST requested issue; VERY High Demand & thus SCARCE issue; Store Credit is NOT accepted on this item; >>> Minor scar from Removed Mailing Label, VG, 4.0 = $39.00]

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January 1973 [#34, DEATH issue; Classic “If you Don't Buy this Magazine, We'll KILL this DOG!” Photo Cover; 9 pages of Color DEADMAN Comics by NEAL ADAMS; PLAYDEAD Magazine = Playboy parody, with Stiffs of Sweden; Last-Aid Kit; Suicide Letters to Santa; Man in Morgue cartoons by Rodrigues; Daeth on Ice cartoons by Gahan Wilson; Telling a Kid his Parents are Dead cartoons by Shary Flenniken; Finnswake Again; Day Animals discovered Death cartoons by Ed Bluestone; the #2 MOST requested issue; VERY High Demand & thus SCARCE issue; Store Credit is NOT accepted on this item; >>> NO Mailing Label, VG/FN, 5.0 = $49.00]

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January 1973 [#34, DEATH issue; Classic “If you Don't Buy this Magazine, We'll KILL this DOG!” Photo Cover; 9 pages of Color DEADMAN Comics by NEAL ADAMS; PLAYDEAD Magazine = Playboy parody, with Stiffs of Sweden; Last-Aid Kit; Suicide Letters to Santa; Man in Morgue cartoons by Rodrigues; Daeth on Ice cartoons by Gahan Wilson; Telling a Kid his Parents are Dead cartoons by Shary Flenniken; Finnswake Again; Day Animals discovered Death cartoons by Ed Bluestone; the #2 MOST requested issue; VERY High Demand & thus SCARCE issue; Store Credit is NOT accepted on this item; >>> Has Mailing Label on cover, Very Good Minus, 3.5 = $35.00]
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February 1973 [#35, Sexual Frustration issue; Porno for Women; Palma Sultra; Piddle – the First SEX Paper for Kids; Oral Passions of William Howard Taft comics = 10pgs by Gray Morrow];

March(#36, Sweetness and Light),

April / 1973 (#37; "Prejudice" issue; IVORY = White version of EBONY magazine Parody; "All in the Family" characters as Black People Parody = Text story with illustrations; Greatest Jewish Presidents; Tales of Uncle HO; Canadian Border Towns - the Shame of the North, by Bruce McCall; White Exploitation Movie Posters; Inverted Stereotypes; Americans united to Beat the Dutch; Joys of Yiddish; Would you want your Daughter to Marry One = Cartoons by Rodrigues; IDYL by Jeff Jones; Cheech Wizard by Vaughn BODE; FN/VF=$16; VG/FN=$10; VG=$8; G/VG=$6.50; G=$5),



May 1973 (#38; FRAUD issue; Don't Reveal the Trick Beginning; 1972 Explanaton of Form 1040P & Tax Tables; Borrow this Book by Eric Hofferman; Folklaw; You Can't Believe your Eyes; Curse of the Mandarin by Gahan Wilson; Miracle MONOPOLY Cheating Kit; Legal Way to Buy into Booming Gold Market = Cartoons by B.Kliban; the Funniest Cartoon in the World by Bill Woodman; Idyl by Jeff Jones;Night Ride starring Beans Morocco by M.K. Brown; VF=$18; FN=$14; VG=$10),



June(#39, Violence),

July(#40, Modern Times),

August 1973 [#41; Strange Beliefs issue; FRAZETTA Cover = NUDE Girls & Fantasy Creatures; 9 pages of Color SON OF GOD Comics by NEAL ADAMS; Cheech Wizard by Bode; Psychology today; CF+=$49.00; VF=$39.00; VG/FN=$17; VG=$13; G=$9; FA/G=$7],



1973 September(#42, Postwar),

October/1973(#43, Banana issue; G.Gordon Liddy, Agent of C.R.E.E.P. comics, NIXON app, cover by Dick Ayers, art by Hollidge = Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD Parody; Tales of Nozzlin High School; Language Lesson; Amtrak Model Railroading Catalog; Saga of the Frozen North, with Mountie Sgt Lars Lawson comics; TURK cartoons by B.Kliban; Don Juan School of Sorcery; Wonderful Words of Watergate cartoons with NIXON parody; Taffi Ferrari nude girl pictorial; IDYL by Jeff Jones; Reese-a; Bode-a; Weight=235 Grams; VF/NM=$36; FN/VF=$16; VG=$9; G=$6; FA=$4),

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November 1973 (#44; SPORTS issue; Flaming Boy & Soap Box Car Crashes-c; Chile is back on the Menu – ITT’s all over the Allende; Character Building– BRIAN’S BALLAD = 6 pages of Football Comics by Fran Hollidge = Parody of the BRIAN’S SONG Book by Gale Sayers & Movie with James Caan, Billy Dee Williams, Jack Warden, plus 1-1/2 pages “Life of George Allen the Early Years” comics; 1976 OLYMPIC Preview; Down-Filled Camp & Trail Catalog EDDIE BEAN 1973-1974; Al Tantrum O’Neils Temper Tips = Golf humor; Doc Feeney’s Scrapbook of Sports Oddities; Specialized Sports Magazines = Football Widow, Black Skier, Play Hurt,Fuse & Shrapnel;  Great Moments in Sports No. 11 “BAT DAY” = 2 page Horror Pinup by Berni WRIGHTSON art; Alaska Pipeline Official Souvenir Program Anchorage Area 1973-1974 = Basketball humor; SPORTS ILLUSTRATED – the Call is Courage parody, with Classic Mock interior Photo Cover of Blind Umpire Cal Tinsley and his Guide Dog behind the Plate of at a Baseball Game;  SCARCE issue due to high demand; Mailing Label at lower right cover, VG = $20.00);

November 1973 (#44; SPORTS issue; Flaming Boy & Soap Box Car Crashes-c; Chile is back on the Menu – ITT’s all over the Allende; Character Building– BRIAN’S BALLAD = 6 pages of Football Comics by Fran Hollidge = Parody of the BRIAN’S SONG Book by Gale Sayers & Movie with James Caan, Billy Dee Williams, Jack Warden, plus 1-1/2 pages “Life of George Allen the Early Years” comics; 1976 OLYMPIC Preview; Down-Filled Camp & Trail Catalog EDDIE BEAN 1973-1974; Al Tantrum O’Neils Temper Tips = Golf humor; Doc Feeney’s Scrapbook of Sports Oddities; Specialized Sports Magazines = Football Widow, Black Skier, Play Hurt,Fuse & Shrapnel;  Great Moments in Sports No. 11 “BAT DAY” = 2 page Horror Pinup by Berni WRIGHTSON art; Alaska Pipeline Official Souvenir Program Anchorage Area 1973-1974 = Basketball humor; SPORTS ILLUSTRATED – the Call is Courage parody, with Classic Mock interior Photo Cover of Blind Umpire Cal Tinsley and his Guide Dog behind the Plate of at a Baseball Game;  SCARCE issue due to high demand; G = $13.00)

November 1973 (#44; SPORTS issue; Flaming Boy & Soap Box Car Crashes-c; Chile is back on the Menu – ITT’s all over the Allende; Character Building– BRIAN’S BALLAD = 6 pages of Football Comics by Fran Hollidge = Parody of the BRIAN’S SONG Book by Gale Sayers & Movie with James Caan, Billy Dee Williams, Jack Warden, plus 1-1/2 pages “Life of George Allen the Early Years” comics; 1976 OLYMPIC Preview; Down-Filled Camp & Trail Catalog EDDIE BEAN 1973-1974; Al Tantrum O’Neils Temper Tips = Golf humor; Doc Feeney’s Scrapbook of Sports Oddities; Specialized Sports Magazines = Football Widow, Black Skier, Play Hurt,Fuse & Shrapnel;  Great Moments in Sports No. 11 “BAT DAY” = 2 page Horror Pinup by Berni WRIGHTSON art; Alaska Pipeline Official Souvenir Program Anchorage Area 1973-1974 = Basketball humor; SPORTS ILLUSTRATED – the Call is Courage parody, with Classic Mock interior Photo Cover of Blind Umpire Cal Tinsley and his Guide Dog behind the Plate of at a Baseball Game;  SCARCE issue due to high demand; Overall Good, but Back cover is missing = $8.00)


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1973; December(#45, Self-Indulgence);



National Lampoon – 1974; (5th YEAR - SCARCE in VF or better condition);

NATIONAL LAMPOON -

January/1974 [#46; "Animals" issue; This is the #3 MOST requested issue in the entire 30 Year Long series; KANGAROO and Bartender in Bar PHOTO-c; One of the most requested / popular issues in the entire series; ** Humpback Whale Official Songbook; the Attack of the Sizeable Beasts = 5 pages of Color COMICS by Brian McConnachie & F. Hollidge; Schlockly Theory: *** 2-Page Popular Evolutionary Development Chart in the Primate Order TREE illustration of Ethnic Groups / Races in ascending Order; (1) Lower Primates, (2) Higher Primates, (3) Hominoids, (4) True Man; *** Law of the Jungle; Popular Evolution magazine parody; the Nazi Doctor Doolittle; Species Argument; IDYL by Jeff Jones; Cheech Wizard by Vaughn BODE; PETHOUSE = 8 page Penthouse Magazine Parody with Animals as "Pets");

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January/1974 [#46; "Animals" issue; This is the #3 MOST requested issue in the entire 30 Year Long series; KANGAROO and Bartender in Bar PHOTO-c; One of the most requested / popular issues in the entire series; ** Humpback Whale Official Songbook; the Attack of the Sizeable Beasts = 5 pages of Color COMICS by Brian McConnachie & F. Hollidge; Schlockly Theory: *** 2-Page Popular Evolutionary Development Chart in the Primate Order TREE illustration of Ethnic Groups / Races in ascending Order; (1) Lower Primates, (2) Higher Primates, (3) Hominoids, (4) True Man; *** Law of the Jungle; Popular Evolution magazine parody; the Nazi Doctor Doolittle; Species Argument; IDYL by Jeff Jones; Cheech Wizard by Vaughn BODE; PETHOUSE = 8 page Penthouse Magazine Parody with Animals as "Pets"; Popular Evolution Chart & Pethouse are both intact; G/VG = $18.00)

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January/1974 [#46; "Animals" issue; Popular Evolution Chart & Pethouse are both intact; Store Credit is NOT accepted on this item; >>> NO Mailing Label, FN/VF= $44.00];

January/1974 [#46; "Animals" issue; Popular Evolution Chart & Pethouse are both intact; Store Credit is NOT accepted on this item; >>> NO Mailing Label, FINE= $39.00];

January/1974 [#46; "Animals" issue; Popular Evolution Chart & Pethouse are both intact; Store Credit is NOT accepted on this item; >>> Mailing Label on cover, FINE= $33.00];

January/1974 [#46; "Animals" issue; Popular Evolution Chart & Pethouse are both intact; Store Credit is NOT accepted on this item; >>> Mailing Label on cover, VG/FN = $29.00];

January/1974 [#46; "Animals" issue; Popular Evolution Chart & Pethouse are both intact; Store Credit is NOT accepted on this item; Minor scar from 50% Removed Label, VG = $22.00)

January/1974 [#46; "Animals" issue; GOOD, but with 1/4 page Missing from Centerfold {Popular Evolution Chart is intact; ** Penthouse affected} = $8.00];

January/1974 [#46; "Animals" issue; GOOD, but with Centerfold Missing {Popular Evolution Chart is intact; ** Pethouse affected} = $5.00];

January/1974 [#46; "Animals" issue; GOOD, but with pages 51-58 = 2 x Centerfolds Missing {Popular Evolution Chart is intact; ** Pethouse affected} = $3.50];


February/1974 (#47; "Strange Sex" Issue; 1974 Marilyn Monroe Calendar; First Lay comics; Gay insert; William Burroughs/Terry Southern; Orlando art; 4 pages Rodrigues cartoons; National Lampoon spoofs itself; Gahan Wilson art; Nixon parody; VG/FN=$12; VG=$9; G=$6)


March(#48, Stupid),

Apr(#49, Travel),

May 1974 (#50, 50th Anniversary issue; 5 pages of Color SON OF GOD Meets ZIMMERMAN Comics by NEAL ADAMS; Western Romance = 4 pages Color Comics by M.K. Brown; Cock Tales; Gahan Wilson Horror Movie Pocket Computer; Leonardo da Vinci's Undiscovered Notebook Volume II - Daniel Maffia-a; Handicapped Sports = Cartoons by Charles Rodrigues; A.U.T.B.D. Newsletter; 1934 Airdreme Mogul V-24 Sedanola; Return of the Dodosaurs - Meyerowitz; 1pg Bode; 1pg Jeff Jones);


1974; June (#51; FOOD issue; Classics Fabricated = Classic illustrated Spoof of George Washington Carver, Father of the Peanut = 6 pages of Joe Orlando-a; Brief Guide to Americaès Top New Eating Spots; 2-Page Pinup Parody of JESUS at Last Supper; Joys of Wife-Tasting; GOAT the Magazine of Better Nutrition; The Cooking of Provincial New Jersey; Psychopathia Cheesealis; Best new Cookbooks of the Year; Weighty Waddlers Magazine; VF=$16.00; FN=$10; VG=$7);



July/1974 [#52, Dessert issue; Guns & Sandwiches magazine parody; Thanksgiving Memory; Baby Food cartoons by Gahan Wilson; Restaurant aux Fines Verbes; Doggie-Wogs Pet Food; Famine Circle Magazine magazine parody; Corporate Farmers' 1974 Almanac magazine parody; Gastronomique Comique comics by Rodrigues; Intergalactic Gourmet comics by Ed Subitsky; IDYL by Jeff Jones; Reese-a; Bode-a; Weight=235 Grams; Scarcer issue; *** FN with 1/2" x1" tag pull=$15; VG=$12; FA/G=$6) ];

August (#53, Isolationism and Tooth Care),

September(#54, Old Age),


National Lampoon

October 1974 [#55, PUBESCENCE issue with Femulate PHOTO cover; Cover depicts a Sexy Pretty Teenage Girl with a Cherry that she plucked from an ice cream sundae. Editors were not happy with the original cover as the model looked too old, so they used a Cross-Dressed YOUNG MALE MODEL as the PUBESCENCE Cover Girl. Todd Tunes On to New Facts on VD = 4 pages of Color Venereal Disease COMICS by NEAL ADAMS; Nancy Drew meets Patty Hearst; Masturbation Funnies; Boys Vice magazine; Tampon Period Piece; Teenage Gay Dating Guide; Sex Education Class comics by Ralph Reese; Clampax Poontons; Trots & Bonnie = Teacher's Pet comics; *** Tales of Adelphian Lodge in "Night of the Seven Fires" by Chris Miller; Boys’ Real Life for Most Boys = Boys Vice Magazine spoof, with Pee Pee Harriss, Young Dr Pinky, TarTar Twins;  View inside a Girls Washroom at School; Three Pretty Girls Doing just what you want so you can Masturbate = Story told in Color Nude Photo’s; NVS Citation Series First Car Models;  RED HOT, the #1 MOST requested issue in the Entire Series;  VERY High Demand & thus RARE issue; FN/VF = $59.00];

October 1974 [#55, PUBESCENCE issue with Femulate PHOTO cover; Cover depicts a Sexy Pretty Teenage Girl with a Cherry that she plucked from an ice cream sundae. Editors were not happy with the original cover as the model looked too old, so they used a Cross-Dressed YOUNG MALE MODEL as the PUBESCENCE Cover Girl. Todd Tunes On to New Facts on VD = 4 pages of Color Venereal Disease COMICS by NEAL ADAMS; Nancy Drew meets Patty Hearst; Masturbation Funnies; Boys Vice magazine; Tampon Period Piece; Teenage Gay Dating Guide; Sex Education Class comics by Ralph Reese; Clampax Poontons; Trots & Bonnie = Teacher's Pet comics; *** Tales of Adelphian Lodge in "Night of the Seven Fires" by Chris Miller; Boys’ Real Life for Most Boys = Boys Vice Magazine spoof, with Pee Pee Harriss, Young Dr Pinky, TarTar Twins;  View inside a Girls Washroom at School; Three Pretty Girls Doing just what you want so you can Masturbate = Story told in Color Nude Photo’s; NVS Citation Series First Car Models;  RED HOT, the #1 MOST requested issue in the Entire Series;  VERY High Demand & thus RARE issue; FN = $49.00];

October 1974 [#55, PUBESCENCE issue with Femulate PHOTO cover; Cover depicts a Sexy Pretty Teenage Girl with a Cherry that she plucked from an ice cream sundae. Editors were not happy with the original cover as the model looked too old, so they used a Cross-Dressed YOUNG MALE MODEL as the PUBESCENCE Cover Girl. Todd Tunes On to New Facts on VD = 4 pages of Color Venereal Disease COMICS by NEAL ADAMS; Nancy Drew meets Patty Hearst; Masturbation Funnies; Boys Vice magazine; Tampon Period Piece; Teenage Gay Dating Guide; Sex Education Class comics by Ralph Reese; Clampax Poontons; Trots & Bonnie = Teacher's Pet comics; *** Tales of Adelphian Lodge in "Night of the Seven Fires" by Chris Miller; Boys’ Real Life for Most Boys = Boys Vice Magazine spoof, with Pee Pee Harriss, Young Dr Pinky, TarTar Twins;  View inside a Girls Washroom at School; Three Pretty Girls Doing just what you want so you can Masturbate = Story told in Color Nude Photo’s; NVS Citation Series First Car Models;  RED HOT, the #1 MOST requested issue in the Entire Series;  VERY High Demand & thus RARE issue; VG = $39.00];

October 1974 [#55, PUBESCENCE issue with Femulate PHOTO cover; Cover depicts a Sexy Pretty Teenage Girl with a Cherry that she plucked from an ice cream sundae. Editors were not happy with the original cover as the model looked too old, so they used a Cross-Dressed YOUNG MALE MODEL as the PUBESCENCE Cover Girl. Todd Tunes On to New Facts on VD = 4 pages of Color Venereal Disease COMICS by NEAL ADAMS; Nancy Drew meets Patty Hearst; Masturbation Funnies; Boys Vice magazine; Tampon Period Piece; Teenage Gay Dating Guide; Sex Education Class comics by Ralph Reese; Clampax Poontons; Trots & Bonnie = Teacher's Pet comics; *** Tales of Adelphian Lodge in "Night of the Seven Fires" by Chris Miller; Boys’ Real Life for Most Boys = Boys Vice Magazine spoof, with Pee Pee Harriss, Young Dr Pinky, TarTar Twins;  View inside a Girls Washroom at School; Three Pretty Girls Doing just what you want so you can Masturbate = Story told in Color Nude Photo’s; NVS Citation Series First Car Models;  RED HOT, the #1 MOST requested issue in the Entire Series;  VERY High Demand & thus RARE issue; overall VG, but with 1" x 4" Scar near bottom of cover from removed Mailing Label, thus G = $27.00];



November(#56, Civics),

December 1974 [#57, Joy of Sects - Christmas issue; 5 pages of Color ORIGIN of SON OF GOD Comics by NEAL ADAMS];



National Lampoon – 1975; (6th YEAR - SCARCE in VF or better condition);

January 1975 (#58; "NO Issue" issue; FATHER TIME with CONDOM-c; Zepplin = Bruce McCall; FIRST HIGH Comics = Joe Orlando-a; Jeusus Christ Astronaut; Night og the Iceless Capades = Ralph Reese-a; Earl D Porker Social Worker; Salvation Army comics = Frank Springer-a; Cheech Wizard = Vaughn BODE-a; Frogs Fly over the rainbow; New Years Resolutions; Negligent Mother magazine; Watergate Trivia Test),

February 1975 (#59; Love and Romance; Practice Makes - Chris Miller; St. Valentine's Day Massacre; HEIL LOVE = 6 pages ADOLF HITLER Comics = Rubin/Miller-s, Vince Colletta-a; Computer Dating Section; My Memories = 8 page Photo Album section; An evening at Dingleberries; Historia De Amor - Homicidasy Brutalidad = 6 pages Photo's in Comics format with Word Balloons;American Bride - Parody magazine; Handy Helps the Novice; 1pg Bode; 1pg Jeff Jones; Going Down & Getting Off with BRANDO);


March(#60, Goodbye to all That),


April [#61; Car Sickness issue; Henry Ford's Diaries; Dramamine Bums; Hitch your Wagon to a TRAILER; Driver's Ed; Spare Parts Section; Tunnel Policemen's Ball; Assemble Line Comics; BEEP the Bad Little Bus; SHOES by Gahan Wilson; WARM ROD = Hot Rod Parody mag; Bulge-Buggy; Cheech Wizard by Vaugn Bode; IDYL by Jeff Jones; VF = $12; FN/VF= $10; FN=$8; VG=$6; G=$4);


May(#62, Medicine),

June(#63, Rainy Day Sunday Funbook),

July; (#64, X-Rated 3-D Entertainment issue; NEAL ADAMS-a; JEFF JONES-a; VF = $15; FN=$10; VG=$7; G=$5);


August( #65, Justice),


September 1975 [#66, Back to College, Lettick Painted cover depicts Professor SPANKING the nude bottom of a College Girl; Academic Scams & Scholastic Ploys; Vassar Yearbook; Adelphian Lodge; ESQUIRE Magazine parody; Student Stunts & Pranks; Register's Revense = 6 page Nude Photo story; 10 Ten College Football Teams; Tangled all up in IVY - a Collegian's Memory Trove by Bruce McCall; ** Thrilling Amazing Fantastic Adventures = 1/2 Page Comics by Berni WRIGHTSON and Preiss; ** 1/4 pg Chaykin/Preiss-a; ** 4 pages of Color ADENOIDAL COMICS = “College of VERY Liberal Arts” with ART by NEAL ADAMS; VF = $20; FN/VF= $16; FN=$12; VG/FN=$9; VG=$7; G/VG=$6];


October(#67, Collector’s Issue),

November(#68, Work),

December(#69, Money);


National Lampoon – 1976; (7th YEAR - SCARCE in VF or better condition);

January 1976 [#70, Secret Issue; Kennedy Killed; UFO’s Invade; CIA Penetrated; Mysterious Fire Hydrants; 5 pages of Color IRA COMICS “A Few Bold Lads” by NEAL ADAMS];

February (#71, Artists and Models),

March / 1976 (#72, In Like a Lion; Cover depicts Lion having Sex with a Lamb; 8 page MONTY PYTHON parody; 6 page SNUFF MOVIE Porn Flick PHOTO story; New York City Municipal Bond; Turtle Farms of South America = Color Comics by Frank Springer; Rockeller for President; 2 page Trots & Bonnie Soft Core color comics; 2 pages color Dirty Duck by Bobby London; 7 pages of NUDE & Drunk MIDGETS Photo's; DETENTE TREK - STAR TREK Parody = 5 page Color Comics Parody by Alan Kupperberg; 1/2 pg Hoawrd Chaykin/Preiss-a; 1/2 pg Preiss/Reese-a; SCARCER issue due to Higher Demand; Toughest issue of 1975; VF = $25; VG/FN=$15; VG = $12; G/VG = $9; G = $7; FA=$5);

April(#73, Sports),


MAY / 1976 (#74; UNWANTED FOREIGNERS issue; Understanding Africa; illegal Aliens from Outer Space = 4 pages Color Comics by Warren Sattler; Whatever happened to Vietsits name?; 8 page Culture Vultures inside Section at center is intact = Soviet Bloc Comedy Film Festival, Cashiers de TV; Unicef - Trick or Retreat; Isaac & Jacob in Hun Funny Comics = Frank Springer-a; Times of IndiRa= Banned by B'Nai B'rith; ECC - the U.S. of E = Models by Luck & Flaw, captions by Tony Hendra= with Irish, Dutch, Belgians, Danes, Luxembourgeois, French, Germans; Foreigners around the World; Discovery of America 1000 AD = 2 Page Painted Color illo by BORIS Vallejo; RARE issue, due to Very HIGH DEMAND; SOLD OUT );


June(#75, Diamond Jubilee),

July(#76, Down Home),

National Lampoon

1976; August (#77; Compulsory Summer SEX issue; PHOTO cover depicts 4 Sexy Bikini Girls mauling a Young Man in Swimsuit; Further inside Marilyn Chambers; Corsage Parlors; GOBBLER for the Rest Rooms of the World = Magazine parody; What i did Last Summer by Ravi Shanker Baumstein = Letter spoof; Obligatory Sex Scenes; Cabinet of Dr. Krafft-Ebing; There is Life on Uranus; Jammin' with Sam - S. Gross cartoons; Looking for Ms Goodbod; Early American Fucke Art; Eratica - the Eratic Engravings of Edgar Clarke; VF=$15; FN/VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6; G=$4)



September(#78, Latest Issue),

October(#79, Funny Pages),

November(#80, Election Year),

December(#81, Selling Out);



National Lampoon – 1977;

January#82, Surefire Issue),

February (#83; Kennedy Reinaugural - Grand Fifth Term Inaugural issue - JFK's First 6000 Days; JFK painted cover; 3-Page Foldout cover with 1963-1976 Flowchart of Story of JFK; Kennedy Magazine parody - formerly LOOK magazine; 24 page "the Global Villiage VOICE" Magazine insert at center is intact, with 1977 Washington Senators Official Yearbook; 8 page "TAR" Mini-Magazine insert is intact, with Reverend Martin Luther King photo cover; the WAR in Northern Ireland 1969-1973 section, with 2-page Atrocity Pinup of Massacre of Leprechauns; Sean Connery as James Bond movie poster ad spoof with Charlie's Angels, Lindsay Wagner, Angie Dickinson; Senator Edward Kennedy Washington Report Card; Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy memorial section; VF=$15; FN/VF=$12; FN=$10; VG=$6; G/VG=$5);



March(#84, Science and Technolgy),

April(#85, Ripping the Lid Off TV),

May(#86, Gay Ish),

June(#87, Careers),

July(#88, Sex),

August(#89, Cheap Thrills),

September(#90, Grow Up),

October(#91, Beatles),

November(#92, Lifestyles),

December(#93, Christmas in December);



National Lampoon – 1978;

January(#94,Role of Sex in History),

February(#95, Spring Fascism Preview),

March(#96, Crime and Punishment),

April(#97, Spring Cleaning),

May(#98, Families),

June(#99, The Wild West),

July(#100, 100th Anniversary),

August (Volume-2 #1; Whole #101; Today’s Teens issue; BROOKE SHIELDS parody painted-c by McAfee; Teenage Magazines Parody Section; Field Guide to Young Teen-Age Girls; Gahan Wilson cartoons; Seventeen magazine parody; Animal House movie poster Centerfold pinup; Real Teen magazine; Killing your Parents; Then and Now cartoons by John Hughes; the last Teenager = 4pgs color comics by Shary Flenniken; Great Literature translated by Teens; VG/FN = $10)


September(Volume-2,#2, Whole #102; Stlye),

October(Volume-2 #3, Whole #103; Entertainment),

November (Volume-2 #4; Whole #104; "The Body" issue; PHOTO cover with Roz Braverman & Denise Hayes; My Penis; Captain Cadaver with Korpses for Kids by Gahan Wilson; How to tell what Girls are like under their Clothes; Breast developing exercises for attractive Girls; She has a Wonderful Personality; What Women do in the Bathroom; Memoirs of a Surgeon; What's new in Paranormal Medicine; Pot Mews & Coke Alley; True Body section; How our Bodies develop; How to examone yourself for Breast cancer; the Ideal Human Body; VF=$14; G/VG=$7);



December 1978 (Volume-2 #5; Food and Festivity issue; Cartoon cover by L. Cabarga; Modern Menus = parody of restaurant menus; Eating in Fanct Restaurant by Gahan Wilson; True Food; Foods of Many Nations; EATS magazine; They Made Hime Eat It = 1pg Color Comics by Art Suydam; History of Food Fighting; Gourmet Guide for Gutys N Grads; Cuisine Machine comics by Rodrigues; One Mans Poison = Comics by S. Gross; FN = $12.00; VG=$8.00; G=$5.00)





National Lampoon – 1979;

January (Volume-2 #6, Whole #105; Depression),

February(Volume-2 #7, Hetero Sexuality),

March(Volume-2 #8, Chance),

April(Volume-2 9,April Fool),

May(Volume-2,#10, International Communism and Terrorism),

June(Volume-2,#11, Kids),

July( Volume-2 #12, Sports),

August(Volume-2,#13, Vacations),

September(Volume-2 #14, Fall Potpourri),

October (Volume-2,#15, Comedy),

November(Volume-2,#16, Love),

Dec(Volume-2,#17, Success);



National Lampoon – 1980;

JanuaryVolume-2,#18, Fantasy),

February(Volume-2,#19, Tenth Anniversay),

March(Volume-2,#20, March Miscellany),

April(Volume-2,#21, Vengance),

May(Volume-2,#22, Sex Roles),

June(Volume-2,#23, Fresh Air),

July(Volume-2 24, Slime, Swill and Politics),

August(Volume-2,#25, Anxiety),

September(Volume-2,#26, The Past and How it Got There),

October(Volume-2,#27, Aggression),

November(Volume-2,# 28, Happy Thanksgiving),

December(Volume-2,#29, Fun Takes a Holiday);



National Lampoon – 1981;

January(Volume-2,#30, Excess),

February(Volume-2,#31, Sin),

March(Volume-2 #32, Women and Dogs),

April(Volume-2 #33, Chaos),

May(Volume-2,#34, Naked Ambition),

June(Volume-2,#35, Romance),

1981; JULY (Volume-2 #36, Endless, Mindless Summer SEX issue; Scarcer issue; Girl in Swimsuit with Beach Ball-c; Secretaries in Paradise; TIT section; Summer Fun with O.C. and Stiggs; Viking at Party Beach; True Facts section; Weight = 175 Grams; VG/FN=$14; G/VG=$9)


August(Volume-2,#37, Let’s Get it up, Amercia),

September (Volume-2 #38, Back to School; *** School Girl with Cheat notes on Breast-c; Hungman makes his Move; What's happening on Campus; Back to College; Great like Me; Semester Abroad; Princess Caroline's Back-to-School Herpes Guide; Dorm-Day Saturday = 4 pages Color comics by Tod Carroll; Secretarial School Reunion; Husband's Butt contest; True Facts; Weight = 160 Grams),



October(Volume-2,#39, Movies),

November(Volume-2,#40, TV: Cruel and Unusual Punishment?),

December(Volume-2,#41, What’s Hip?);



National Lampoon – 1982;

January/1982 [”SWORD and SORCERY” Isssie; . 94 pages. The classic HUMOR & PARODY magazine; With; (1) 2 page color illustrated photo of “In the hour of Middle Earth’s direst need, Gandolf the Gray summons to the aid of the Fellowship the members of the J.R.R. Tolkien Fan Club.” Lord of the Rings parody (2) Cohen the Boybarian (by Ellis Weiner); (3) A New York Yankee in King Arthur’s Court” (by Al Jean; illustrated by Frank Springer); Classics illustrated – King Arthur & Reggie Jackson Baseball color comics parody; (4) Semi Mental (by Sean Kelly & Chris Kelly; Illustrated by Mark Watts, Doug Beekman, Joyce Ballantyne, Ed Acuna, Jim Sherman); (5) Lesser-Known Quests of the Round Table (by Jon Pelzer); (6) Folk and Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends of Central Europe (by Sean Kelly; illustrated by Rick Meyerowitz); (7) A Kid’s Guide to Home Sorcery (by Ron Barrett); (8) 4 page violent cartoon comics parody of TV’s “Bewitched”, with art by Berni Wrightson; text by Ted Mann; (9) Cinefantassterrifique Magazine (by Michale Reiss); parody of Cinefantastique magazine; (10) Town of Drynkenwyf Yellow Pages (by John Bendel); Cover (by Walt Simonson) FN/VF = $20.00);

February (Volume-2 #43, The SEXY Issue; Nude Girl Photo cover; Loving Alone & Liking It; O.C. and Stiggs Annual Gash Report; Parents & Girls of Eastwest Conference; Loves of Tony Romaine; True Bitch by Britt Ekland; Jack and Jill st. John - Magazine parody; ** Sophisticated Literart Section, includes; Claude Balls 1905-1981, Inside Truman Capote, Report from 1982 D.H. Lawrence memorial Beauty Pageant in Chihuahua Mexico; VG/FN=$10),



March(Volume-2,#44, Food),

April(Volume-2 #45, Failures),

May(Volume-2,#46, Crime),

June(Volume-2,#47, Do it Yourself),

July(Volume-2 #48, Sports),

August(Volume-2,#49, The New West),

September (Volume-2 #50, "Hot Sex" issue; PHOTO cover; Kissinger the Sexual Memoirs - Years of Arousal; Snurfery Rhymes & Strawberry Cheesecake = 3 page SMURFS & Strawberry Shortcake spoof; How do Girls get Pregnant?; Shorty Happy life of Walter Mitty; Joy of Unsex; Fast Bucks at Ridgemount High = 5 page Archie comics Swiped type of Cartoons & Texts Parody with Nudity; National Sexloid = National Enquirer spoof; VG/FN=$10; VG=$8; G=$5);


October 1982 [ Volume-2 #51; The Utterly Monstrous, Mind-Roasting Summer of O.C. and STIGGS issue; 3 pages of Schleuter Love color comics; Centerfold features a color movie poster for National Lampoon's Class Reunion; 5th Most Requested issue in the Entire Series; MOST Requested issue of the 1980's; SCARCE issue due to HIGH DEMAND; VG = $24.00];


November(Volume-2,#52, Miss Economic Recovery 82),

December(Volume-2,#53, E.T.Issue);



National Lampoon – 1983;

January(Volume-2,#54, Top Stories ‘83),

February (Volume-2,#55, Raging Controversy),

March (Volume-2,#56, Warning),

April( Volume-2,#57, Annual Swimsuit Issue),

May(Volume-2,#58, South Pacific),

June(Volume-2,#59, Adults Only),

July(Volume-2,#60, Vacation),

August(Volume-2,#61, Science and Bad Manners),

September(Volume-2,#62, Big Anniversary Issue),

October(Volume-2 # 63, Dilated Pupils),

November(Volume-2,#64, No Score),

December(Volume-2,#65, Holiday Jeers);



National Lampoon – 1984;

January (Volume 2, #66; The Time Parody);

February(Volume-2,#67, All-Comics Issue),

March(Volume-2,#68, 60’s Greatest Hits),

April(Volume-2,#69, Parody Issue),

May (Volume-2, #70, 1984 Baseball Preview-c & Parody magazine section; Pete Rose hustles after Ty Cobb's record-c; Capital Punioshment is Not a Bowl of Cherries; Ronald Reagan Pen Pal; Off the Subject; Hello Jesus; PT-69, the Adventures of TED KENNEDY in World War II = 6 pages comics with Kevin Nowlan art; Whole Earth Catalog of Sex Tools Software & Hardware; Alleluia; Out of Write Field; Glenn Eichler's All-Star Magic Tips; Swing into Spring; Where were you on the Day Thurman Munson Died?; All-American Barbie Dreamhouse Theatre; EGGBOILER by STEPHEN KING = 9 Page Parody by Paul Proch and Charles Kaufman, illustrated by Matt Mahurin)



June(Volume-2,#71, This Summer’s Movies),

July (Volume-2,#72, Special Summer Fun Number),

August(Volume-2,#73, Unofficial ‘84 Olympic Guide),

September(Volume-2,#74, Fall Fashion Preview),

October(Volume-2 #75, Just Good Stuff),

November(Volume-2,#76, Accidental Issue),

December(Volume-2,#77, Old Format);

These issues had Lower Print Runs, all are UNCOMMON to SCARCE;

January(Volume-2,#78, Good Clean Sex),

February(Volume-2,#79, Misguided Tour of New York),

March(Volume-2,#80, Best 15 Years),

April(Volume-2,#81, Best from Europe),

May(Celebrity Roast),

June/1985 (Doug Kenney Collection; Che Guevara's Bolivian Diaries; Foto funnies; Palma Sutra; First Lay comics = Joe Orlando-a; Palma Sutra; First Blowjob; Nancy Reagan's guide to dating; Special Stoned section; First High comics = Joe Orlando-a; My Memories; Code of Hammurabi; Miracle of Democracy; War Hero; VF=$10; FN=$7; VG=$5);

JULY/1985 (Sex in the Classroom / Youth at Play issue; Dana Hill & Jason Lively: The Griswald Kids of National Lampoon's European Vacation; Deadteen = magazine spoof; Undiscovered Notebooks of Franklin W. Dixon = Hardy Boys Parody; Very Grim Fairy Tales; Your Child, a Users Manual; Mass Murderer Trading Cards; The SON of the CATCHER, who Lives in Rye by Holden Caulfield Jr., as Told to Lance Contrucci = 6 page Parody of J.D Salinger's CATCHER ON THE RYE; Spiritual Aptitude Test; Youth is Scary by Gahan Wilson; Timberland Tales = 2 pages Comics; Ageless Love by Shary Flenniken = 6 pages color Comics; The Origin of TITMAN = 4 pages Comics with Ralph Reese art; RED HOT & Very High Demand KEY issue; VG/FN = $29.00; FA/G=$10.00);

August(All-New True Facts '85),

September(The Lust Issue),

October(All-Star Music),

November(Mad as Hell),

December(Reagan and Revenge);


These issues had Lower Print Runs, all are UNCOMMON to SCARCE;

January (Good Clean Sex... Again),

February(Big Money and Other Sexy Subjects),

March(All About Women),

April(Doctors and Lawyers),

May(All-Star Sports),

June(Horror & Fantasy),

1986; JULY (Hot Summer Sex; True Facts; How Not to get Laid; Obese for Big Men; Fairy Tales - Chickenhawk & the Milk Jugs, Boy who came out of the Closet, Rumpandforeskin; 2pgs S. Gross cartoons; Alvin Klein ad; Bernie X - My First Time; Doing Slime - Confessions of a Stroke Book editor; Call Girls of the Ivy League; Secret Sexual Body Language of Senior Citizens; CITIZEN PORN = 7 pages Comics by Adam KUBERT; Cat Tale by Chris Miller; Sex Change Clinic = Cartoons by Charles Rodrigues; Mr Vengeance = 2 pages comic by Hickerson);


August(Show Biz),

September(Sleaze),

October(Back to School),

November/December(#200; Double issue; 200th Anniversary);


These issues had Lower Print Runs, all are UNCOMMON to SCARCE;

(January/February(#201),

March/April(#202, Crime Pays),

May/June(#203, Sex and other Unusual Practics),

July/August(#203, All-New True Faces),

September/October(#204, Back to School),

November/December(#205, Women of the Year);


These issues had Lower Print Runs, all are UNCOMMON to SCARCE;

January/February(#206, Winter Inventory),

March/April(#208, Television),

May/June (Subliminal SEX issue)

July/August (TRUE FACTS '88 Special issue);

September/October(#212, Sports),

November/December(#213, Potpourri);


These issues had Lower Print Runs, all are UNCOMMON to SCARCE;

January/February(#214, Tyson),

March/April(#215, Modern Medicrity),

May/June (#216, Summer Sex),

July/August(#217, Music),

September/October(#218, Back to College),

November/December(#219, Gala Party);


NATIONAL LAMPOON = 1990;

These issues had SMALL Print Runs, all are SCARCE;

(1990) – January/February(#220, Welcome to the 90's),

March/April(#221, Spring Break 90's),

May/June(#222, Lust),

July/August(#223, Annual True Facts);

September/October (Back to School issue);

November/December;



NATIONAL LAMPOON = 1991;

These issues had SMALL Print Runs, all are SCARCE;

(1991) – January/February(#226, Humor Issue),

March(Sold Out), April(New World Order),

May; June;

July/August (Going Places issue; Albini Hall of fame; Voyeur Villiage; Kaiser's Ant farm; Lunch at Kreskin's),

September(Sold Out),

October(Politically Incorrect College Issue),

November/December (Volume-2 #132; Pearl Harbor no hard Feelings = Hiroshima Atom Bomb photo-c; Foto Funnies are back; National PULP Lampoon; 100 Monkey's; Uncivil War between Rich & Poor; Uppest Class - Portraits of the Unbelievably Rich; New Menus - Uptown Cuisine; Caswell's Marine Chandlery; RICHIE RICHE the Poor Little Rich Fuck = 5 pages Color Comics parody, plus Letters page; EVIL CLOWN Comics = 2pags by Alan Kupperberg);




NATIONAL LAMPOON = 1992;

These issues had SMALL Print Runs, all are SCARCE;

(1992) – January/February,

March/April;

September/October (Politically Incorrect College Issue);


NATIONAL LAMPOON = 1993-1998;

issues had Very Small Print Runs, all are Very SCARCE to Very RARE;

>>> ALL 1993 thru 1998 issues are SOLD OUT and are only RARELY in Stock

(1993) [Just ONE issue published this Year] - Spring(Sold Out),

(1994) [Just 5 issues published this Year] - January/February(Sold Out), March/April(Sold Out),

May/June(Sold Out), July/August(Sold Out), September/October(Sold Out),

(1995) [Just TWO issues published this Year] - January/February; Volume-2(Sold Out),

(1996) [Just ONE issue published this Year] - NO MONTH (Sold Out),

(1997) [Just ONE issue published this Year] - NO MONTH (Sold Out),

(1998) [Just ONE issue published this Year] - November (RARE LAST ISSUE) (Sold Out),




(2) NATIONAL LAMPOON SPECIALS: = SCARCE in Strict VF+ or Better condition;


Animal House (TPB, 1978);


The BEST of NATIONAL LAMPOON (Squarebound Magazine / Trade Paperback, with Stiff Covers);

#1(1972; Anthology of Humor from 1970-7/1971 issues; Pornocopia; Nancy Reagan's Guide to Dating; Dink Patrol & Love Slaves of Xuyan Tan Phu; Bobcats 1956 High School Yearbook; Tarzan of the Cows comics = Springer-a; Stoned section; the Prophet; World of Mediocrity; Rake's Progress; Toilets of Extraterrestials; Our Threatened Nazi's; Daily Roach Holder; Sears Roebuck 1896 Sex catalogue; Bizarre magazine for Mutants parody; Sherlock Holmes & Strange Case of Queen's Pupils comics = Springer-a; Caked Joy Rag; Rael Balls adventure magazine; Myth of Mafia; undiscovered Leonardo Da Vinci; Nasa Sutra; Jean-Paul Savage; Siddhartha - Classics illustrated comics parody - Joe Orlando-a; Weight = 420 Grams);

#2(1972; the BREAST of National Lampoon - a Collection of SEXUAL Humor; Breat Game; Dr Suess parody; I Remember Matriarch by Arnold Roth; Love Story parody; Day with starlet Nana Bijou; Esprit de Hard Core by Arnold Roth; Story of Jessica Christ; Screen Slime = mag parody; Boys Romances comics = Orlando-a; Cosmopolitan mag parody; Woman's Lib calendar; Art or Porno - Guide to Naked Ladies; Mondo Perverso; Dick in Jane; Are you a Homo; Groupies for Everyone; Playboy meets Cosmogirl; Special Danish section; My Secret Life; Mighty Minerva; SCARCE issue due to High Demand; Weight = 390 Grams; VF+ = $49.00; FN/VF=$35);

#3(1972; Anthology of Humor from 7/1971-7/1972 issues; Groin Larceny;+ Disrespectful Summons; Stranger in Paradise - HITLER; Chums in the Dark; '58 Bulgemobiles; Wide World of Ballet; Right On - Movie parody; Commie Plot comics = Springer-a; DINOSAURS that Didn't make it; School of Hard Sell; Great Automobile Revolt; Derby Dames on Parade; Toliet Papers; Childrens Letters to the Gestapo; Son-O-God comics - What Mad Apocalypse = 9 pages NEAL ADAMS art; Mickey Spillane parody; Third Base, the Dating newspaper; Click by Gahan Wilson; Eloise cartoons by O'Donoghue & Donna Moody; Krazy Kat parody; Monopoly game spoof; Vietnamese Baby Book; What Marks on the Neck - Ultimate Horror Movie; Defeat war comics = Granite-a; DRAGULA Queen of Darkness comics = Frank FRAZETTA cover & 9 pages Neal ADAMS art; Last Supplement to Whole Earth Catalog; Robert Crumb parody - Fritz the Cat & Welcome to Crumbland; Saigon Times; Frontline Dentist comics - Springer-a; Weight = 380 Grams);

#4(1973; Suicide Notes to Santa; Our White Heritage; Tales from the South, Zombie horror comics = Perlin-a; Wide World of Meat; Miracle of Seniority by Gahan Wilson; Miracle of Democracy; Hitler's Device for Gassing Rube Goldberg; Where the Weird Things Are; Sgt Shriver's Bleeding Hearts Club Band = Beatles satire; Lets get America out of Dutch; Playdead - Playboy with dead Women magazine parody; Son-O-God vs Antichrist comics = 9 pages NEAL ADAMS art; Ivory - magazine parody; Remnants of Dignity comics = Springer-a; Amos n Andy meet the Honeymooners; Day that Animals discovered Death; Happy Faces - Gahan Wilson; Rim Shot, Rolling Stones parody; National Enquirer - mag parody; True Politics - mag parody; Kit n Kaboodle comics = Warren Sattler-a; My Own Stamp Album; Western Romance comics = by M.K. Brown; Happy Ending by Edward Gorey; F. Donald Nixon comics = Reese-a; Weight = 425 Grams);

#5(1974; "Sloppy Seconds" Sleazy Girl at Drive-In-c; Splir Beaver section; Popular Evolution; Turk cartoons by B. Kliban; Psychology Ptoday magazine; Schlocky Theory - Evolutionary Development in the Primal Order; Down-Filled Camp & Trail catalog - Eddie Bean; Doc Feeney's scrapbook of Sports Oddities; Pethouse - Penthouse spoof with Pets; Popular Workbench - mag parody; SAT - Stupid Aptitude Test; Western Romance comics = by M.K. Brown; Amish in Space comics = Russ Heath-a; Cbbys Guide to New York; Strange Beliefs of Children - Gahan Wilson cartoons; Soviet-Mechnod-Foto HELLO mag of USSR; Attack of the Sizeable Beasts comics = Hollidge-a; LIFE - 1943 Mag parody; Weight = 360 Grams; SCARCE issue; FN+ = $35.00);

#6(Fall/1976);

#7(Fall/1977);

#8(Fall/1978; Volume III #4; "Best of Eight"; Anthology of Humor from 4/1976-12/1977 issues; wraparound Beauty Contest Photo-c; Dogfishing in America; Hillbilly Jubilee comics = by M.K. Brown; Foreigners around the World; Grown-Ups can do anything, cartoons by Gahan Wilson; Sleeping with the Stars; Wonderful Science of Life; Ballad of Pulp & Paper, with 2-Page Paul Bunyan vs Smokey the Bear bloody battle pinup; Confusions of an Adman; Goddam Faggots cartoons by Rodrigues; Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Final Days; Beat the Meatles - 6 page BEATLES parody; Secret Homosexual Code Signals; Glory of Hindsight; First Homosexual Experience comics = T.Mann-a; Bad Words; Story of Douglas Aircraft; Portal to Upper East Side 1920-1940; Insurance Madness comics; Enema Within by Sam Gross; Earth Mother News; Down Home Country Trash comics; Rent-a-Satirist; Trots & Bonnie; Soviet designer - Iror Sokerov; Weight = 330 Grams);



THE BREAST OF NATIONAL LAMPOON (Trade Paperback; 1972); = SEE BEST OF NATIONAL LAMPOON #2;


NATIONAL LAMPOON OFFICIAL BICENTENNIAL 1976 CALENDAR (PXC-1099; Mount Rushmore Presidents cover, Bullet Hole in Lincoln's head by Michael Gross; Includes Civil War Painting after Frederic Remington by Jeff Jones; Vintage Books Pub.; Not Sealed; RARE; VF = $35.00);


Cartoon Book (TPB, 1988);

Cartoon's Even we Wouldn't Dare Print (TPB, 1979)

Claire Bretecher (TPB, 1978);


COMICS [ Special #7; 1974; Nick Fury agent of SHEILD Parody; Morrow-a; weird tayls; springer-a; mad parody; Jeff Jones-a; Bode-a; BEATLES Comics Parody; Blackhawk Parody; 9 pages of Color DEADMAN Comics by NEAL ADAMS; 9 pages of Color ZIMMERMAN Comics by NEAL ADAMS ];


Cosmopolitan Parody (Mag., 1974);


National Lampoon - THE DIRTY JOKE BOOK (Magazine; 1985);


National Lampoon - Encyclopedia of Humor [1973; Softcover; Berni WRIGHTSON cover; Frank FRAZETTA Back-c; Color SWAMP SLUTS comics by Russ Heath; Cowgirls at War AC-DC Lesbian comics by Russ Heath; 2 pages JEFF JONES art on Coca-Cola parody; Vaughn BODE-a; *** the infamous Ted Kennedy parody AD for Volkswagen / Chappaquiddick on page 29 {often missing} is INTACT; *** the SCARCE Foldout MAP OF THE WORLD Insert {usually missing} is still INTACT; (Manitoba, NM-, 9.2 = $79.00);


National Lampoon - Encyclopedia of Humor [1973; Softcover; Berni WRIGHTSON cover; Frank FRAZETTA Back-c; Color SWAMP SLUTS comics by Russ Heath; Cowgirls at War AC-DC Lesbian comics by Russ Heath; 2 pages JEFF JONES art on Coca-Cola parody; Vaughn BODE-a; *** the infamous Ted Kennedy parody AD for Volkswagen / Chappaquiddick on page 29 {often missing} is INTACT; *** the SCARCE Foldout MAP OF THE WORLD Insert {usually missing} is still INTACT; FN/VF = $49.00]


National Lampoon - Encyclopedia of Humor [1973; Rare HARDCOVER edition; Berni WRIGHTSON cover; Frank FRAZETTA Back-c; Color SWAMP SLUTS comics by Russ Heath; Cowgirls at War AC-DC Lesbian comics by Russ Heath; 2 pages JEFF JONES art on Coca-Cola parody; Vaughn BODE-a; *** the infamous Ted Kennedy parody AD for Volkswagen / Chappaquiddick on page 29 {often missing} is INTACT; *** the SCARCE Foldout MAP OF THE WORLD Insert {usually missing} is still Partial Detached but still INTACT; Dust Jacket = VERY GOOD Minus; Book = VG/FN; Price = $49.00]


National Lampoon - Encyclopedia of Humor [1973; Softcover; Berni WRIGHTSON cover; Frank FRAZETTA Back-c; Color SWAMP SLUTS comics by Russ Heath; Cowgirls at War AC-DC Lesbian comics by Russ Heath; 2 pages JEFF JONES art on Coca-Cola parody; Vaughn BODE-a; *** the infamous Ted Kennedy parody AD for Volkswagen / Chappaquiddick on page 29 {often missing} is INTACT; *** the SCARCE Foldout MAP OF THE WORLD Insert {usually missing} is still Detached but still included; VG/FN = $36.00]


National Lampoon - Encyclopedia of Humor [1973; Softcover; Berni WRIGHTSON cover; Frank FRAZETTA Back-c; Color SWAMP SLUTS comics by Russ Heath; Cowgirls at War AC-DC Lesbian comics by Russ Heath; 2 pages JEFF JONES art on Coca-Cola parody; Vaughn BODE-a; *** the infamous Ted Kennedy parody AD for Volkswagen / Chappaquiddick on page 29 {often missing} is INTACT; *** Subscription Coupon Missing out of Last Page, the SCARCE Foldout MAP OF THE WORLD Insert {usually missing} is still Detached but still included; VG/FN = $33.00]




National Lampoon - Encyclopedia of Humor [1973; Softcover; Berni WRIGHTSON cover; Frank FRAZETTA Back-c; Color SWAMP SLUTS comics by Russ Heath; Cowgirls at War AC-DC Lesbian comics by Russ Heath; 2 pages JEFF JONES art on Coca-Cola parody; Vaughn BODE-a; *** the infamous Ted Kennedy parody AD for Volkswagen / Chappaquiddick on page 29 {often missing} is INTACT; Bonus FOLDOUT MAP is Missing; VG=$15; G/VG=$12];



National Lampoon Sunday Newspaper Parody #NN(#1; One-Shot; 1978; 1st Printing; Sections include National News, Local News and More Local News, Sports Section, Entertainment, Television Listings, Travel, Real Estate, Gardening, Your Pet, Women's Pages, Classified Ads, Swillmart Discount Store Advertising Supplement, Parade Magazine Parody, Sunday Week Local Magazine, and Eight Pages of Comics; Scarce; "Sequel to 1964 High school Yearbook"; VF/NM, 9.0 = $39);




(National Lampoon) FOTO FUNNIES (#1; 1980; 98 pages including covers)

(National Lampoon) French Comics (The Kind Men Like) (TPB, Winter/78);

(National Lampoon) Gentleman's Bathroom Companion #NN (#1; TPB, Winter/75);

(National Lampoon) Gentleman's Bathroom Companion II (TPB, Summer/77);



(NATIONAL LAMPOON) 1964 High School Yearbook Parody. --- Classic "Cheerleader" Cover issue (she forgot her panties); 148 Pages including Covers; >> [Setting is 1964, but this 1st Printing was Published in Summer/1976]; >>>> RED HOT, Extremely Collectible & SCARCE Book! Rude, Crude & Lewd, but Hilarious, just as you remember it; Perhaps the Greatest book ever produced by National Lampoon! >>> Contents include; Faculty & Administration, Seniors, Underclassmen, Clubs & Activities, Social Fun, Sports, Girl's Sports & AD's! >>> Includes; School Newspaper, Literary Magazine, Basketball Program, Report card, Diploma, Detention Slips, Fake ID, COOTIE Catcher, Cheater Slicks, BEAVER Shots, Feel-Ups, Fake-Outs, Gross-Outs, Chug-A-Lugs, Wheat Jeans, Pressed Ham, Hang-a-Louie, & Get Bent! >> Flip Side Cover reads "1964 Kaleidoscope"; ALL-NEW Material, made for this Title! >>> [ Book Weight = 400 Grams];

(Manitoba, Softcover; 1st Printing; NM, 9.4 = $89.00); (Manitoba, Softcover; 1st Printing; NM-, 9.2 = $69.00);


(National Lampoon) HITLER'S FAVORITE CARTOONS (Trade Paperback;1982; RARE Title;


NATIONAL LAMPOON: THE IRON ON BOOK [1976; Front cover has Topless Girl with Iron-On imahge over her bare Breasts; Sixteen Original Designs for your Chest, including; Nixon's Revenge, Genuine Fruit, Better Dead than Read, National Geographic (with image of nude Black Woman's Breasts), I am a Psisoner in a Cuban Homo Farm, Stoned Agin, Zimmerman image (by Neal Adams), Crabs are for Everyone, Mona Mona (Mona Lisa drawn as an Ape), etc; (VF=$39.00; VG/FN=$24.00)];


(National Lampoon) Jeff Greenfield's Book of Books (TPB, 1979);

(National Lampoon) The Naked and the Nude, Hollywood and Beyond (TPB., Winter/1977; with Bonus Insert HOLLYWOOD MAP intact);

(National Lampoon) 199th Birthday Book (TPB., 1975);

(National Lampoon) 100 Years of Harvard Lampoon Parodies (TPB., 1976);

(National Lampoon) Peekers and Other True Facts (TPB, 1982);

(National Lampoon) People Parody (Mag., Fall/81);

(National Lampoon) Playboy Parody (Mag., 1966);




(National Lampoon) Slightly Higher in Canada (1978; Edited by Sean Kelly & Ted Mann; Shame of the North by Bruce McCall; Ballad of Pulp & Paper with Paul Bunyan vs Smokey Bear battle; Canadian Weakly; Saga of the Frozen North comics, with Mountie Sgt Lars Lawson & Big Tim the Sled-Dog by Mary Kay Brown; First Canadians = Native Indians Aboriginals; Jeff JONES art on pinup page; I have seen the Future & it is Toronto; Split Beaver section; North Bay Ontario comics = Ted Mann-s, Dave Morris-a; Shinney the Real Hockey tourists never see; Timberland comics by B.K. Taylor; Margaret's Diary; Canadian Literature; Bombadier Skiddoo; SCARCE; Weight = 290 Grams; VF=$24; FN/VF=$19)


(National Lampoon) Sports Illustrated Parody (Mag., 1974);

(National Lampoon) Tenth Anniversary Anthology Vol.I (TPB., 1979);

(National Lampoon) Tenth Anniversary Anthology Vol.II (TPB., 1980);

(National Lampoon) Tenth Anniversary Anthology Collected Vol.I & Vol.II (Hardcover, 1979);

(National Lampoon) True Facts (TPB., 1981);

(National Lampoon) True facts; All New (Mag., 1986);

(National Lampoon) True facts; the Big Book ( TPB; 1995);

(National Lampoon) Untold Story of the Iran-Contra Affair (Mag., 1987);

(National Lampoon) The Up Yourself Book (TPB, Spring/77);

National Lampoon - Very Large Book of Comical Funnies

Vol. 1, No. 5 - Spring/1976 [Dated 1975 inside; History of comics; Tarzan Parody; Neal ADAMS & Continuity studios-a; NEGRO Comics = Mike Kaluta, Hoawrd Chaykin & Walt Simonson-a; Mike Ploog & George Evans-a; LOST EC Comics = (National Lampoon) Walt Simonson, Russ Heath, Berni WRIGHTSON, Howard Chaykin & Ralph Reese-a; Trina Robbins, Ernie Colon, Allen Milgrom, Frank Springer-a; VF = $29.00; FN = $19.00; VG = $12.00; G = $8.00];

National Lampoon - Very Large Book of Comical Funnies

12th Printing [Actually 2nd Printing?; 1986; History of comics; Tarzan Parody; Neal ADAMS & Continuity studios-a; NEGRO Comics = Mike Kaluta, Hoawrd Chaykin & Walt Simonson-a; Mike Ploog & George Evans-a; LOST EC Comics = (National Lampoon) Walt Simonson, Russ Heath, Berni WRIGHTSON, Howard Chaykin & Ralph Reese-a; Trina Robbins, Ernie Colon, Allen Milgrom, Frank Springer-a; VF = $29.00; FN = $19.00; VG = $12.00; G = $8.00];



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(1); CREDIT CARD {VISA, American Express and Mastercard}; >> (A) EMAIL Credit Card Info; we highly recommend sending information, split into THREE separate E-Mail's for safety (Number the emails so we reassemble them in correct order) (This is very fast & easy; 1000's of previous customers have paid in this way for many years. This is the most common & safe method our customers use to make payments); *** For example; Send first 8 digits in email #1, send second 8 digits in email #2 and send EXPIRY DATE, and Security / Validation Code (3 Digit number on the BACK of the Card, if there is one) in email #3; *** BE SURE to Send your complete SHIPPING address [It is a good idea to include your PHONE number in case problems arise]. PLEASE, Double check the numbers before sending (it is very easy to make a single digit error);

>> OR, you can; (B) PHONE it in; ( PHONE; 1-204-346-3674 );
(2); *** We accept payment thru PAYPAL = www.paypal.com // **** Payments using PAYPAL are to be made to = dsulipa@gmail.com

** Simple payment instructions; (1) go to www.paypal.com (2) SIGN IN (or Start a new account); (3) Click "Send Money"; (4) in "To" place our email = dsulipa@gmail.com (5) in "Amount" fill in the Final Total owed $_____ (example 99.00); (6) in "This is a purchase of" = select "Goods"; (7) click "continue"; (8) click "send money";

(3); MONEY ORDERS or CERTIFIED BANK CHECKS & DRAFTS; [Note; We have a USA Bank Account; THUS we CAN accept USA domestic MONEY ORDER's (7-11, Western union, post office, etc)]; >> For USA buyers = international MO's are NOT required; So do NOT waste money on the extra fees; ** FOREIGN orders, MUST send International MONEY ORDERS or BANK DRAFTS only;

(4); (A) Western Union; or (B) Moneygram; You will find the Western Union & Moneygram wants to send the Money in the Currency of the Country it is sent to, thus Convert the Total to the Equivalent in CANADIAN FUNDS; PROVIDE me with your full Name, shipping Address & Local Phone Number; Payment needs to be made to; Doug Sulipa; Send me the WESTERN UNION or MONEYGRAM Tracking Number in TWO emails (for SAFETY);

(5); Bank WIRE TRANSFER (Purchases over $500.00); Faster & Easier to Convert the Total to the Equivalent in CANADIAN FUNDS; ASK for FULL Details;

(6); CASH (Maximum of $50.00 for safety; We do NOT accept responsibility for "LOST" cash, as we do not know if you actually sent it; But 99.9% does arrives safely; Please send NO money in coins, as it rips envelopes; Many Overseas Customers have successfully sent Larger amounts of CASH by REGISTERED Mail.
(7); PERSONAL or Business CHECKS; [We accept CHECKS drawn on USA & CANADA Banks ONLY; YOUR NAME or your Company name MUST be Printed on the CHECK (generic Counter Checks are NOT accepted); *** $75.00 or LESS, we ship immediately; Canada CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 3-4 weeks to CLEAR, before we will ship; USA CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 6-8 WEEKS to CLEAR, before we will ship; NO Exceptions, due to many BAD experiences;

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Doug Sulipa's COMIC WORLD
BOX 21986
STEINBACH, MANITOBA
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Email; dsulipa@gmail.com

(Phone; 1-204-346-3674)


Website; www.dougcomicworld.com

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I am Douglas W. Sulipa, an Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide SENIOR ADVISOR for 40 years {since Guide #2 way back in 1972; See Overstreet #32-41 on pages 9 and/or 10 to confirm}; >> Read my Annual MARKET REPORTS; (in the New Overstreet 2011 Annual #41, pages 128 thru 138, and see our AD on page 184 & 236; Overstreet Advisor status = page 9 & 1107); >> Read my Annual MARKET REPORTS; (in the New Overstreet 2010 Annual #40, pages 112 thru 125, and see our AD on page 174; Overstreet Advisor status = page 9 & 1106); And MY REPORTS in; Overstreet 2009 Annual #39, pages 121 thru 134, and see our AD on page 182; Overstreet Advisor status = page 9 & 1106); (Overstreet 2008 Annual #38, pages 116-128) (Overstreet 2007 Annual #37, pages 107-118) (Overstreet 2006 Annual #36, pages 108-125) (Overstreet 2005 Annual #35, pages 94-109) (Overstreet 2004 Annual #34, pages 89-100) (Overstreet 2003 Annual #33, pages 86-95)(Overstreet 2002 Annual #32, pages 72-81)(Overstreet 2001 Annual #31 on pages 64-75); I am an original member on the Board of Advisors to CBCA {Comic Book Collecting Association} Comic Pros with the common-sense Code of Ethics, in the Comics Community.

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>> We have IN STOCK; [ 1,300,000 COMICS, 1950's thru 2004, & some Older, with 95% of everything ALL Publishers & titles from 1960-2004 ] [250,000 MAGAZINES, ALL types] [250,000 Mass Market PAPERBACKS, ALL types, 1940-1990's] [60,000 Hardcover Books, ALL subjects, from 1900-1990's] [100,000 Vinyl Records] [8,000 Music Cassette Tapes] [14,000 VHS Movies] [10,000 POSTERS; Movie (50's-90's), Video store (1980's & 90's) & 10,000 Chain store types (70's-early 90's)] [VIDEO GAMES; Atari, Coleco, Intellivision, Nintendo, Super-Nintendo, Sega, Genesis, etc] [Digests = Most Comic types, plus a selection of SF, Mystery & many Misc types] & MORE! >> 600,000 Pounds of inventory jam packed into an 8000 Square Foot Warehouse! So much material, we will NEVER get it all catalogued! BUT you can view our HUGE inventory lists at our website = www.dougcomicworld.com

>>> SEND YOUR WANT LISTS! [Please limit to SERIOUS WANTS & limit the number of items, to 50 or less most wanted items! Filling want lists takes time! We reply ASAP! Thank You]! **** ORDER Multiple Items ALL from one seller; (1) SAVE on POSTAGE; (2) SAVE TIME locating the items; (3) GET them from a RELIABLE source; (4) Receive Items PROPERLY GRADED by Condition; (5) Satisfaction Always Guaranteed! >>> MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 25,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 250,000 completed Orders!

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Please allow 7-10 DAYS for your Snail Mail LETTERS to arrive since you are sending to Canada. (We usually get it in 7 days average); We ship Mail orders within 24 hours of Payment (except weekends), but usually SAME DAY. [Unlike many eBay sellers & our competitors, who can take as long as 2-4 weeks to ship]; >>> [ FED-EX, UPS & other COURIER PARCELS are expensive from Canada = US$75.00 Minimum & UP; IF you have a FED-EX account, we can havve charged billed to that account, if you provide the account number. Please triple check the account number]; >> I am a STRICT and accurate CONDITION grader. I do NOT overgrade or undergrade. I just try to grade as ACCURATELY as the current Professional Dealer market dictates. Unfortunately most sellers DO NOT know how to grade accurately especially when dealing with comic books (which has been my main specialty since 1971). >> I also pack all shipments VERY WELL, to avoid damage in transit; *** SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED; ** [RETURN anything you are NOT happy with = Must be Postmarked BACK in the Mail within 7 days of the day you receive the parcel. Wrap well & clearly, in large letters, on outside of parcel, put "Returning Goods to Sender" = This is REQUIRED, to avoid Customs Hassles & Long Delays]; (The ONLY exception for Returns, is CGC professionally graded comics, these are NOT returnable, as with CGC you know in advance, what you will be getting) >>> [WE HAVE an eBay 99.98% SATISFACTION RATE, with over 2000 Positive Feedbacks] >> Superb Service for OVER 36 years; For the last 10 Years, our average is well UNDER $25.00 in returns, per each $10,000. in Sales (1/4 of One percent) & most of those are CUSTOMER Errors! >>> MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 25,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 250,000 completed Mail Orders! THANK YOU! ..... Douglas W. Sulipa

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