Issues
May 1974, Vol. 1, No. 50 / 50th Anniversary

[No cover blurb this issue. Not even a lettering credit. Could be Michael Doret.]

Contents (listing only)

News on the March, Uncredited [Henry Beard]; Illustrations by Alan Rose and Fran Hollidge, Photographs uncredited

True Facts, Uncredited; Illustration by Alan Rose

Editorial, By Tony Hendra and Sean Kelly; Cartoon by S. Gross

Letters, Uncredited; Illustration by Alan Rose

Mr. Chatterbox, Uncredited; Illustration by Alan Rose

Western Romance, Written and illustrated by M. K. Brown

Mrs. Agnew’s Diary, By Doug Kenney; Illustration by Marvin Mattleson

Son-o’-God Meets Zimmerman, Uncredited; Illustrations uncredited

Cock Tales, By Chris Miller; Illustration by Patricia Dryden

The Gahan Wilson Horror Movie Pocket Computer, Written and illustrated by Gahan Wilson

My Own Stamp Album–Continued, Written and illustrated by Bruce McCall

Leonardo da Vinci’s Undiscovered Notebook, Volume II, By Henry Beard and Brian McConnachie; Illustrated by Daniel Maffia

Handicapped Sports, Cartoons by Rodrigues

Surprise Poster #6: Guernixa, Illustration by Randall Enos

8 Comics in One!, Cartoon by Ed Subitzky

Americans United to Beat the Dutch, By Christopher Cerf and Henry Beard; Illustrations by Warren Sattler and Don Perlin

National Anthem Encores, By Brian McConnachie; Illustration by Randall Enos

Foto Funnies, Uncredited; Illustration by Alan Rose [features Chris Miller]

1934 Bulgemobile Brochure, Written and illustrated by Bruce McCall

Six More Secret Japanese Techniques of Self-Defense, By Gerald Sussman; Illustrations by Warren Sattler

Monologue, By P. J. O’Rourke, Brian McConnachie, and Henry Beard; Photograph uncredited

Underwear for the Deaf, By Michael O’Donoghue; Graphics by Alan Rose; Photographs by David Kaestle

Return of the Dodosaurs, Written and illustrated by Rick Meyerowitz

Funny Pages, Featuring “Nuts” by Gahan Wilson; “Dirty Duck” by Bobby London; “Cheech Wizard” by Vaughn Bodé; “An American Story” by Rodrigues; “One Year Affair” by Ralph Reese and Byron Preiss; and “Idyl” by Jeff Jones