Donald Duck is an extremely popular pop-icon in Germany, where you can buy his comics at most newsstands. In their version, Donald uses a highly sophisticated level of language and "many Germans credit him with having initiated them into the language of the literary classics". mhpbooks.com/donald-duck-…
In 1948 psychologist Bertram Forer gave a personality test to 39 students and provided the results one week later. The class gave the results' accuracy a rating of 4.3 out of 5. The results Forer provided to every student was exactly the same sketch, all gathered from a newsstand astrology book. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bar…
The magazine Road & Track originally used to spell its name as "Road and Track", but switched to the ampersand because the original name was graphically too long for newsstand-effective recognition. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roa…
As part of its year-long 60th anniversary celebration in 2014, Playboy magazine reprinted copies of its inaugural issue nationwide, which first hit newsstands in December 1953. The reprint is an exact replica of Playboy’s premiere issue, down to the staples that bind it playboyenterprises.com/co…
The Spider-man image on old Marvel comics from the 80's was a UPC placeholder. scifi.stackexchange.com/q…

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