Spy vs Spy Missions of Madness (2020)

Spy vs Spy Missions of Madness Antonio Prohias John Ficarra Spy vs Spy Missions of Madness Join us as we take you behind closed doors and expose the idiotic antics of the agent in black and the agent in white Spy vs Spy was the brainchild of Cuban born political cartoonist Antonio Prohias
  • Title: Spy vs Spy Missions of Madness
  • Author: Antonio Prohias John Ficarra
  • ISBN: 9780823050505
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
Spy vs Spy Missions of Madness Antonio Prohias John Ficarra Join us as we take you behind closed doors and expose the idiotic antics of the agent in black and the agent in white Spy vs Spy was the brainchild of Cuban born political cartoonist Antonio Prohias, who fled his country after receiving death threats from Fidel Castro Prohias settled in America, and in 1960 he began a 26 year run of Spy misadventures in MAD MagazJoin us as we take you behind closed doors and expose the idiotic antics of the agent in black and the agent in white Spy vs Spy was the brainchild of Cuban born political cartoonist Antonio Prohias, who fled his country after receiving death threats from Fidel Castro Prohias settled in America, and in 1960 he began a 26 year run of Spy misadventures in MAD Magazine This book by Prohias, long out of print, showcases his genius as an artist, storyteller, and graphic designer.
Spy vs Spy Missions of Madness Antonio Prohias John Ficarra

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One thought on “Spy vs Spy Missions of Madness

  1. Nyssa

    I have a vague memory of reading Mad Magazine, so I m not sure at what age I was introduced to that absurd world, but I do remember reading Spy vs Spy every time.With plots ranging from amusing to ridiculous, this collection was good for a chuckle, especially if you were a fan back in the day I m curious as to how a newer generation would respond.

  2. Mark H

    Mad Magazine, the Cold War, politics, and Spy vs Spy Only from the pen of a talented Cuban These shorts are just as humorous and pungent as when they were first published.

  3. Conan Tigard

    I first read Spy vs Spy back in the early 1970 s as a kid when I would purchase MAD Magazine from the local drug store I loved all the funny stories in this magazine and especially the fold over back cover that forms a new picture But what always stood out in my mind were the Spy vs Spy comics They were easy to read, after all there wasn t any dialog or words to be found anywhere, and I enjoyed the violence of the cartoon Now, I am not talking about blood and gore violence that we have today, bu [...]

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