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Playboy: 50 Years: The Cartoonsby Playboy
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For 50 years, Playboy magazine has showcased the world's best and brightest cartoonists. Their spectacular stable of artists includes luminaries such as Buck Brown, Jack Cole, Eldon Dedini, Jules Feiffer, Shel Silverstein, Doug Sneyd, Gahan Wilson, and hundreds of others. Hip subversives and sly revolutionaries all, Playboy's artists have continually proffered a sophisticated brand of humor sorely missing in other mens magazines. Now, Playboy celebrates its golden anniversary with this glorious collection of the finest and funniest cartoons. Handpicked by Hugh M. Hefner himself, the pages are filled with the distillation of the entire cartoon archive, offering insightful commentary on topics from the sexual revolution to relationships, money, and politics. More than 450 cartoons feature sweet young things, terrible tarts, winsome wives, suitors, and studs — a riotous chronicle of five decades of Playboy cartoons.
"Playboy" celebrates its golden anniversary with this glorious collection of the finest and funniest cartoons--handpicked by Hugh M. Hefner himself--from the hip subversives and sly revolutionaries that have graced its pages over the years.
In honour of its 50th birthday, Playboy magazine delves deep into its archives to capture the best and the brightest of its rich cartoon history. Here, in this colourful volume, you'll find an astonishing 400 of the best of Playboy cartoons handpicked by Hugh Hefner himself. Page after page showcases the visual genius of the world's greatest cartoonist, making for a hilarious reflection on the sexual mores and history of the past fifty years.
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