Editor Bill Gaines at his desk during the Mad Magazine era, courtesy the great Drew Friedman, who’s just posted a piece on visiting the Mad offices at age 15 in 1974 — wow!
"Bill Gaines’ office was a cluttered, messy mini-museum, filled with Zeppelin artifacts (he was obsessed with dirigibles, King Kong and the Statue of Liberty), a human skull (which he told me belonged to his father), stacks of MAD’s and EC comics book collections and comic fan magazines (Squa Tront, etc). Instead of a view of the New York skyline, the lone window had a giant King Kong head peering in…"
More: http://drewfriedman.blogspot.com/2012/08/a-visit-to-mad-magazine.html

Editor Bill Gaines at his desk during the Mad Magazine era, courtesy the great Drew Friedman, who’s just posted a piece on visiting the Mad offices at age 15 in 1974 — wow!

"Bill Gaines’ office was a cluttered, messy mini-museum, filled with Zeppelin artifacts (he was obsessed with dirigibles, King Kong and the Statue of Liberty), a human skull (which he told me belonged to his father), stacks of MAD’s and EC comics book collections and comic fan magazines (Squa Tront, etc). Instead of a view of the New York skyline, the lone window had a giant King Kong head peering in…"

More: http://drewfriedman.blogspot.com/2012/08/a-visit-to-mad-magazine.html

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