Launched during the late Vietnam years, the Lampoon climbed through the drug-addled countercultural haze of the early 1970s to orbit an American scene desperately in need of a laugh. Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead reveals who among the living and the dead were the funniest and most brilliant. It tells the story, using their own hilarious words and art, of the writers and artists who made the National Lampoon so outrageously, unbelievably funny.

 |  9.5 x 12 inches, 320 pages