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Who is Al Feldstein?
Al Feldstein: Albert Bernard Feldstein was an American writer, editor, and artist, best known for his work at EC Comics and, from 1956 to 1985, as the editor of the satirical magazine Mad. After retiring from Mad, Feldstein concentrated on American paintings of Western wildlife.
- also known as Albert B. Feldstein
- born on (90 years ago) in Brooklyn
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Cartoonist, editor
- died on in Paradise Valley
- written works: "Mad No. 61", "The Vault of Horror", "Tales of the Incredible", "Tales from the Crypt", "The Autumn People", "Tomorrow Midnight", "Big Mad on Campus", "Mad About Town", "Swinging Mad", "Stamp Out Mad", "Indigestible Mad", "Vintage Mad", "The ridiculously expensive Mad", "Mad Power", "Invisible Mad", "Mad Sucks", "The Uncensored MAD", "William M. Gaines's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mad", "Portable Mad", "Taint The Meat...It's The Humanity! and Other Stories"
- filmography: "Comic Book Confidential"
- award: - Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame
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The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1999)
by John Clute, John Grant
Borrowing the idea of regular hosts from "The Witch's Tale" segment of the radio show Now Lights Out, writer/editor Al Feldstein (1925- ) brought the comicbook field to new heights of sophistication with the aid of an impressive list of artists.
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