January 1981 MAD Magazine #220 Empire Strikes Back Star Wars Parody, Yoda Cover

January 1981 MAD Magazine #220 Empire Strikes Back Star Wars Parody, Yoda Cover

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ARTIFACT: Fantastic January 1981 MAD Magazine #220 Empire Strikes Back Parody with Yoda on the cover by Jack Ricland (sp?). The graphic novel/comic strip style parody is eight page wonderfully illustrated pages titled: "THE FARCE BE WITH YOU! DEPARTMENT: The Empire Strikes Out" (A MAD Movie Satire)". The cover reads: "THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK", "A DUMB TV SHOW CALLED QUINCY", "DON MARTIN", "DAVE BERG", "AL JAFFEE" and below reads: "???and the usual gang of idiots are all in this issue of???MAD", "OUR PRICE 75?? CHEAP", "NO. 220 JAN. '81", "Claw marks made by consumers trying to hold down rising cost of living" can be read above bar code on cover.

VINTAGE: Circa January 1981

SIZE: Approximately 8 ??" x 11"

MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Magazine paper, paper, ink, staples

ATTACHMENT: Staple binding

MARKINGS: "NO. 220 JAN. ' 81"

ITEM NOTES: This is from a magazine and comic collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. MAX15 LBDX8/15

CONDITION: 6 (Fine+): The issue shows moderate storage/age wear, the bottom corner of the cover has a crease, all pages are intact with most of the wear at the edges, interior pages are in overall fine condition with no rips.

GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.