The Old Magazine Days

We haven't been a magazine for a long time. Still, the old mag had some fun art.


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The Old Magazine Days

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Cracked magazine mascot Sylvester P. Smythe. | 9-86

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Sylvester, by artists through the years. | 9-86

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Sylvester, by artists through the years. | 9-86

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The origins of Sylvester P. Smythe, the old Cracked magazine mascot. | 9-86

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September 1986

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Oct. 1983 #Jaws

Regular Cracked for 1983

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Fall 1980 "Biggest Greatest" Issue #StarWars

BIGGEST GREATEST 15

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October 1982 cover #MASH

Regular Cracked for 1982

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"For Monsters Only" issue

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Reprint of Cracked Magazine #1

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August 1990 #TMNT #Pizza

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May 1967

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November 1979 #Alien

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May 1978 John Severin cover, from BEFORE Battlestar Galactica was cool.

space1970: BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (1978) CRACKED Art by Severin

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May 1988 Don Martin cover

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January 1988

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April '93. Also a key plank in Ted Cruz's filibuster platform.

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Winter '93. This issue would later inspire Ted Cruz to filibuster Obamacare.

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"This was my favorite issue of Cracked. I read it about 100 times during the summer between fourth and fifth grade, and I wrote my own version of it which I read aloud to my class." -- Tom Reimann

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November 1975. To be fair, JAWZ had it coming.

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January 1978 Star Wars

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No. 115 March 1974

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No. 124 May 1975

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Our first issue, back in 1958. We made the leap to the Internet the very next year.

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