Spy vs. Spy is a wordless comic strip published in Mad magazine. It features two espionage agents who are completely identical save for the fact that one is dressed all in white and the other all in black. The pair are constantly warring with each other, using a variety of booby-traps to inflict harm on the other. The spies usually alternate between victory and defeat with each new strip. A metaphor for the Cold War, the strip was created by Cuban expatriate cartoonist Antonio Prohías, and debuted in Mad #60, dated January 1961. Spy vs. Spy is currently written and drawn by Peter Kuper.
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Spy vs Spy
Language : English | Year : 1961-2010 | Size : 209 MB
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