Parallax Comics was a company that attempted to put out hip political satire and humor comics for with-it adults in 1966. While their end-product is actually pretty good, it was an odd format to market and at a price almost ten times that of a regular comic book of that day. Perhaps that explains why they only ended up with the three titles seen here, all from '66. Art was by the Bill Fraccio/Tony Tallarico team on the political ones (some of their best work!) and Little Golden Books illustrator Mel Crawford on the MAD-like KOSHER COMICS!