Kid pays tribute to one of the icons of the world of comics,
cartooning and illustration. His unique humorous style is
instantly recognizable and has brought smiles to the faces
of millions over the past five decades. Most famous for
his masterful caricature work for Mad Magazine,
TV Guide, Time Magazine and many others, Jack Davis
will always have a sticky place in the heart of every horror
With his many memorable and hilarious interpretations of our
favorite creepy characters he proved he was the master of
mixing ghouls and giggles. Davis' wacky and witty work graced
magazines, bubble gum cards, ads, record albums and posters
which are now treasured collectors' items. And, according
to the U. S. Congress, he was one of the artists whose delightfully
gruesome work in the classic EC horror stories of the 1950's
helped warp a generation with twisted tales of terror in comics
like Tales From the Crypt.
now present a ghoulish gallow-ry of some of Jack Davis' fiendish
funnybone ticklers monster fans have loved for decades.
left: The famous
6 Foot Frankenstein poster. The picture appeared in Captain
Company ads for years making it one of the most familiar images
of the '60s and '70s to monster fans.
of Jack Davis at
the drawing board