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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Jack Davis Marx Toys Cover Art

What a find! This is a Marx Toys catalogue from 1975 with a knock-out cover wrapper by Jack Davis!
Update: here's the corresponding commercial from 1975, showing the life-action versions of the characters:


  1. I love jack davis! Cool bounch of kids.
    Thanks for posting :)

  2. Jack Davis is by far one of my favorites. I grew up in a small town in a far away country, I loved comics, but the only ones I got when I was a kid were two old MAD magazines, I can't tell the millions of times I read those and admired Jack and Mort Drucker pages, he's awesome.

  3. Hey Javier, same here, I was about 10 or so when I got a MAD magazine subscribtion for my birthday from my grandma, I was completly addicted to Davis' and of course Drucker's style, too! :) Cheers!