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Post a Comment. Saturday, September 7, Mad Archives Vol. If I was asked to pick the three most influential comic books in the history of American pop culture, I might futz around a bit on what my pick for 2 would be My 1 pick would definitely be Action Comics 1 just for getting this whole medium rolling after nearly a decade of indifference , but my choice for 3 would, without question, be Mad 1 Yes, I know the full title was originally Tales Calculated to Drive You Mad from And these early Mad stories certainly do hold up simply as broad comedy pieces!
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Neuman , there are enough sight gags, gross-out scenes and surreal moments that play with the medium to keep one entertained. A lot of Wertham supporters and Comics Journal-types are fond of saying that the claim that comics were read by all ages back in the 50s is a lie, yet these letters show that an impressive range of people were reading comics, there are letters from everyone from college professors, marines, a flight crew and even artillery men serving in Korea!
There was also quite an amount of criticism too, much of it from soccer mom types. Pretty funny when you consider the adult reverence those comics are now held in, precisely for being so subversive.