Alfred E. Neuman

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Alfred E. Neuman is the fictitious mascot and cover boy of the American humor magazine Mad. The character's distinct smiling face, parted red hair, gap-toothed smile, freckles, protruding ears, and scrawny body dates back to late 19th-century advertisements for painless dentistry, also the origin of his "What, me worry?" motto. The magazine's founder and original editor, Harvey Kurtzman, began using the character in 1954. He was named "Alfred E. Neuman" (a name Kurtzman had previously used in an unconnected way) by Mad's second editor Al Feldstein in 1956…Wikipedia
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  1. 100United States
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  1. 91Auctions
  2. 9Non-auction sources
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  1. 100Heritage
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  2. 3eBay US (Buy It Now)
  3. 2Anthony's Comic Book Art
  4. 1Collector's Shangri-La
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