Pauline Mc Peril, by Jack Rickard

Jack Rickard studied at the Mechanics Institute of Rochester in New York, and started doing commercial art for the Chaite Studios in the 1950s. In 1961, he began a long collaboration with MAD magazine, where he stood out for his movie parodies for the monthly covers. He also did several actual movie posters, such as for the 'Pink Panther' films. He additionally assisted on 'Li'l Abner' and did a newspaper strip called 'Pauline Mc Peril' with Mel Lazarus for Publishers Syndicate in 1966-67.

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