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Mad Magazine cartoonist Sergio Aragones, left, Jack Davis and Al Jaffee, right, speak with Savannah College of Art and Design professor John Larison, second from the left, during an event hosted by SCAD and the National Cartoonists Society, Friday, Oct. 11, 2011 in Savannah, Ga. Aragones, Jaffee and Davis are among eight veteran MAD contributors gathering Saturday for a rare reunion. (AP Photo/Stephen Morton)


Magazine’s 1st MAD men get a rare reunion

By RUSS BYNUM - Associated Press | AP – Sat, Nov 12, 2011

Sergio Aragones, Al Jaffee, Paul Coker Jr, and Jack Davis were among eight veteran MAD contributors gathering Saturday for a rare reunion. With their homes and studios spread across the U.S., the artists who put their work side by side in hundreds of MAD issues don’t often meet face to face.
This weekend, the cartoonists are being honored and humored by their hosts, the Savannah College of Art and Design and the National Cartoonists Society. Their art is hanging in a gallery, while their schedule includes workshops with the college’s art students and a panel discussion on MAD’s history and their work.
John Lowe, the Savannah art college’s dean of communication arts, said the MAD reunion represents “roughly 400 years’ worth of comic book experience collected in one place.”

Full story with more photos: http://news.yahoo.com/magazines-1st-mad-men-rare-reunion-143102997.html

Mad Magazine cartoonist Sergio Aragones, left, Jack Davis and Al Jaffee, right, speak with Savannah College of Art and Design professor John Larison, second from the left, during an event hosted by SCAD and the National Cartoonists Society, Friday, Oct. 11, 2011 in Savannah, Ga. Aragones, Jaffee and Davis are among eight veteran MAD contributors gathering Saturday for a rare reunion. (AP Photo/Stephen Morton)

Magazine’s 1st MAD men get a rare reunion

By RUSS BYNUM - Associated Press | AP – Sat, Nov 12, 2011

Sergio Aragones, Al Jaffee, Paul Coker Jr, and Jack Davis were among eight veteran MAD contributors gathering Saturday for a rare reunion. With their homes and studios spread across the U.S., the artists who put their work side by side in hundreds of MAD issues don’t often meet face to face.

This weekend, the cartoonists are being honored and humored by their hosts, the Savannah College of Art and Design and the National Cartoonists Society. Their art is hanging in a gallery, while their schedule includes workshops with the college’s art students and a panel discussion on MAD’s history and their work.

John Lowe, the Savannah art college’s dean of communication arts, said the MAD reunion represents “roughly 400 years’ worth of comic book experience collected in one place.”

Full story with more photos: http://news.yahoo.com/magazines-1st-mad-men-rare-reunion-143102997.html

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