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Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Writers and Artists Who Made the National Lampoon Insanely Great

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From its first issue in April, 1970, the National Lampoon blazed like a comet, defining comedy as we know it today. To create Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead, former Lampoon illustrator Rick Meyerowitz selected the funniest material from the magazine and sought out the survivors of its first electrifying decade to gather their most revealing and outrageous stories. The result is a mind-boggling tour through the early days of an institution whose alumni left their fingerprints all over popular culture: Animal House, Caddyshack, Saturday Night Live, Ghostbusters, SCTV, Spinal Tap, In Living Color, Ren & Stimpy, The Simpsons—even Sesame Street counts a few Lampooners among its ranks. Long before there was The Onion and Comedy Central news shows, there was the National Lampoon, setting the bar in comedy impossibly high! A very similar title, differing only in the subtitle, was used for the 2015 documentary film, Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon, for which Rick Meyerowitz designed the poster, as he also did for the 1978 film National Lampoon's Animal House.Praise for the documentary Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead (2015):This film looks longingly back at the 1970s when a smart, tasteless joke could make you laugh out loud without worrying about hurting someoneâ...

National Lampoon's Tenth Anniversary Anthology: 1970-1980

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Contains the best of ten years of the National Lampoon, with some of the finest work from humorists Henry Beard, Terry Southern, P. J. O'Rourke, and many others

National Lampoon's 1964 High School Yearbook

 (National Lampoon's 1964 High School)
In honor of the thirty-ninth reunion of the class of 1964 of C. Estes Kefauver High School in Dacron, Ohio, a new edition of their hilarious yearbook brings back such zany characters as Chuck U. Farley, Maria Teresa Spermatozoa, Purdy "Psycho" Lee Spackle, and Larry Kroger, accompanied by a "Where are they now?" addendum and a DVD of the popular film Animal House. 100,000 first printing.

National Lampoon Magazine Collection: 246 Issues Including 2 Hour Radio Show Archives & Cover Art Gallery on 2 Disc Set

 (National Lampoon Magazine Collection: 246 Issues Including 2 Hour Radio Show Archives & Cover Art Gallery on 2 Disc)

National Lampoon Magazine August 1976 Compulsory Summer Sex Issue, P.J. O'Rourke, Tony Henda, Peter Kleinman and More

 (National Lampoon Magazine August 1976 Compulsory Summer Sex Issue, P.J. O'Rourke, Tony Henda, Peter Kleinman and)
Compulsory Summer Sex Issue, Visit/Visitez Provincetown, looking for Ms. Goodbod

National Lampoon Magazine Rack

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In one of humor's most familiar forms, the magazine parody is a staple of the National Lampoon.  Rich in visual jokes and pop culture reference it's an easy and fun read.  Culled from years of material the Magazine Rack includes great classics like the MAD magazine parody, Pethouse, and Playdead and new material like Consumed Reports – Weapons of Mass Destruction, Trophy Wife Magazine, and the Hollywood Retorter all perfectly constructed by our award winning team.

National Lampoon 1964 High School Yearbook

 (National Lampoon 1964 High School)
National Lampoons High School Yearbook: First released in 1974 and a two-million-plus bestseller, National Lampoon’s 1964 High School Yearbook is the premier property of the most recognized brand in comedy and the perfect introduction to Rugged Land’s new National Lampoon Books imprint.Brief Description:Welcome back, graduates of the 1964 class of C. Estes Kefauver High School in Dacron, Ohio!  They’re all back in glorious black and white with color Magic Marker–Chuck U. Farley, Maria Teresa Spermatozoa, Purdy “Psycho” Lee Spackle, Faun Laurel Rosenberg, and, of course, Dacron’s most famous son, Larry Kroger.  Learn everything there is to know about Kroger’s past before he became the pop-culture legend Pinto (Tom Hulce), the virgin fraternity pledge in National Lampoon’s Animal House. With a hilarious “Where are they now?” addendum and a brilliantly funny new introduction by P. J. O’Rourke, the 39th Reunion Edition is sure to be the talk of the baby boomers who grew up with National Lampoon and of the new generation of comedy fans spawned by the success of The Onion.

National Lampoon Magazine January 1982

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NATIONAL LAMPOON MAGAZINE---JULY 1986 ISSUE

 (NATIONAL LAMPOON MAGAZINE---JULY 1986)
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A Futile and Stupid Gesture : How Doug Kenney and National Lampoon Changed Comedy Forever

National Lampoon Magazine (A Futile and Stupid Gesture : How Doug Kenney and National Lampoon Changed Comedy)

Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story Of The National Lampoon (Blu-ray)

National Lampoon Magazine (Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story Of The National Lampoon)

National Lampoon Live: The International Show (DVD)

National Lampoon Magazine (National Lampoon Live: The International Show)
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