Hilarious imitations of LIFE, PLAYBOY, THE NEW YORKER and other favorites by the top college humor magazines


Edited by WILL and MARTIN LIEBERSON, and a bit about I, LIBERTINE by Theodore Sturgeon and Betty Ballantine, Ballantine Books, USA, 1961, softcover, First Thus edition, 256 pages with a multitude of comics, articles and ad parodies.


STOMP TOGEDDERNESS with "Troe" - the magazine for hairy-chested (but not quite bright), He Men!


BE SOPHISTICATED with New Yorker type fiction - like "Pretty Mouth and Bald My Head" by J. D. S-I-ng-r.


GET THE BODY YOU WANT with Charles Fatlas. Only 15 minutes a day and you can have big muscles - kick sand in people's faces on the beach.


READ ALL ABOUT IT as "Lewis Drops Union Suit" in a startling headline from the daiy tabloids.


PRACTICE TOGETHERNESS with The Laddies Home Journal. Read "Parthenogenesis - No way out!" It's a special Issue... because.


From the pages of America's Funniest college magazines come eye-popping articles, frantic fiction and uncensored cartoons. If they remind you of some of the magazines you've been reading for years, don't be suprised. For here are some of the wildest parodies ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting world!



Condition: Low to Fair, Rubbing to cover and cresing to the back cover, oyellowed pages, and one loose page inside.

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 19 May, 2014.

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