National Lampoon - The Humor Magazine: Nov 1971, Horrorby National Lampoon
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"COVER: The beast on this month's cover, which was last seen slouching towards Bethlehem, Pa., to be bored, comes from the pen (solid steel with four-foot-thick concrete walls) of Gahan Wilson, who says that it answers to the name Zlaggo the Terrible and asks that anyone finding it please feed it two hundred yards of elevated trackage and six high tension pylons a day and send him a note, c/o Bunker "C," Survival Station Alpha, Murchison Atoll, Marianas."
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In case you are wondering, no. This problem has not been fixed. Just live with "Jokes Jokes Jokes" books until this problem is furthermore fixed. Schieffer out, fools.
I grew up reading the National Lampoon in the early 70's and I was excited to find this issue available for my Nook tablet. The formatting is all wrong - a significant portion of the right and left margins on each page is cut off, making it impossible to read any full article. Hopefully someone will figure out how to make this work, but until then, save your money.
Reading this on my nook color is a disappointment. The pages are formatted such that the text on either edge is not visible. Don't buy this until they fix it!