Mad About the Seventies: The Best of the Decade
Alfred E. Newman does disco? Ecch! In the bestselling tradition of "MAD About the Sixties, " here is a hilarious look back at the "Disco Decade" from America's foremost satire magazine. Illustrated throughout in color and black and white, this MADcap compendium rehashes the best send-ups, takeoffs, and put-ons from the era that gave us Spiro Agnew, smiley faces, and the Bee Gees. You'll be grateful for these dead-on paradies as "The Usual Gange of Idiots" - the artists, writers, and editors of MAD Magazine - present classic features from their past. So sit back, grab a Billy Beer, and get down, get funky, and get it on with "Mad About the Seventies." And may their farce be with you!
Specifications of Mad About the Seventies: The Best of the Decade
|Author||MAD Magazine, "The Usual Gang of Idiots"|
|Number Of Pages||288|
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