Cartoonist Jack Davis, the "long-time legendary" artist on the US magazine Mad, has died at the age of 91.
Davis, who also created posters for films such as The Long Goodbye and Bananas, was one of the founding artists on the publication in 1952.
He contributed to the magazine for several decades, drawing many portraits of its mascot Alfred E Neuman.
Mad art director Sam Viviano said Davis' "immediately recognisable style revolutionised comic illustration".
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