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in memory of EC and Mad Magazine editor and cartoonist Al Feldstein, who died last week - here's an early '50s crime comic he signed for me.

in memory of EC and Mad Magazine editor and cartoonist Al Feldstein, who died last week - here's an early crime comic he signed for me.

Mad magazine-loved this magazine but my mom took it away from me. Later, I found it in my parents bedroom....hummmm.

Neuman is the mascot for mad magazine. The smiling redhead's motto is "What, Me Worry?

Al Feldstein (1925-2014), Co-Creator of 'Tales From The Crypt' Comic and Editor of 'Mad Magazine' For 29 Years

Al Feldstein (1925-2014), Co-Creator of 'Tales From The Crypt' Comic and Editor of 'Mad Magazine' For 29 Years

photo by Michael Rhode Al Feldstein, the co-creator of the Tales From the Crypt horror comic, a former longtime editor of Mad Magazine and artist in his ow

Former 'Mad' magazine editor Al Feldstein dies at 88.

Former 'Mad' magazine editor Al Feldstein dies at 88

Today's zombies owe debt to Mad Magazine genius Al Feldstein

Today’s zombies owe debt to Mad Magazine genius Al Feldstein

Al Feldstein, Scorpio (1926 - 2014) artist, writer and editor of Mad magazine

Al Feldstein Mad Magazine screenshots, images and pictures - Comic Vine died at age 88

Legendary former editor, Al Feldstein, the Soul of Mad Magazine, Dies at 88 [New York Times obituary: May 1, 2014]

Al Feldstein, the Soul of Mad Magazine, Dies at 88

Legendary former editor, Al Feldstein, the Soul of Mad Magazine, Dies at 88 [New York Times obituary: May

Al Feldstein (1925 - 2014) Writer, Artist, Mad Magazine Editor who created Alfred E. Neuman, the "What, Me Worry?" kid who was the magazine's mascot.

Al Feldstein - Writer, Artist, Mad Magazine Editor who created Alfred E. Neuman, the "What, Me Worry?" kid who was the magazine's mascot.

Letterhead from the offices of Mad during the reign of Al Feldstein. Notice the faint watermark of Alfred E. Neuman’s face.   Previously: Mad letterhead from 1955.   Mad Magazine, c.1980 | Submitted by Christopher Lading

Letterhead from the offices of Mad during the reign of Al Feldstein. Notice the faint watermark of Alfred E. Neuman’s face. Previously: Mad letterhead from Mad Magazine,

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