The American Bystander 8

Full-color, large format (8.5x11) and 98 pages, The American Bystander #8 is a worthy addition to any comedy fan's library.

The American Bystander  8

Issue #8 of the all-star print humor quarterly in trade paperback format! This issue features writers from Late Night with David Letterman, The Simpsons, The New Yorker, SNL, The Onion, SPY and National Lampoon, as well as illustrations and cartoons from Mike Reiss, Drew Friedman, Ed Subitzky, M.K. Brown and 75 others. Full-color, large format (8.5x11) and 98 pages, The American Bystander #8 is a worthy addition to any comedy fan's library.

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