P. C. Vey
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Peter C. Vey is an American cartoonist. Vey's cartoons have appeared in many publications such as The New Yorker, National Lampoon and MAD Magazine​, his two major contributions to Mad include Duke Bissell's Tales of Undisputed Interest and one panel gag cartoons under the title Vey To Go . Vey has collaborated with American Filmmaker, Bill Plympton as a writer and artist of several of his animated features
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