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by Don Edwing

Download Mad Variations eBook
ISBN:
0446771465
Author:
Don Edwing
Category:
Humor
Language:
English
Publisher:
Warner Books (March 1990)
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1629 kb
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1680 kb
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Don "Duck" Edwing (1934 – December 26, 2016) was an American gag cartoonist whose work has appeared for years in Mad. His signature "Duck Edwing" is usually accompanied by a small picture of a duck. His signature "Duck Edwing" is usually accompanied by a small picture of a duck, and duck calls are heard on his answering machine. In 2007, Edwing told an interviewer, "I always believed that when you choose your field, you should specialize. I chose 'sick puppy'.