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The weekly magazine was founded by Joseph Keppler in St. It began publishing English and German language editions in March 1871.
Shortly thereafter, Joseph Keppler died, and Henry Cuyler Bunner, editor of Puck since 1877 continued the magazine until his own death in 1896. Years after its conclusion, the "Puck" name and slogan were revived as part of the Comic Weekly Sunday comic section that ran on Hearst's newspaper chain beginning in September 1931 and continuing until 1989, when the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, the last paper running a comic section under that name, folded.
Harry Leon Wilson replaced Bunner and remained editor until he resigned in 1902. Over the years, Puck employed many early cartoonists of note, including, Louis Dalrymple, Bernhard Gillam, Livingston Hopkins, Frederick Burr Opper, Louis Glackens, Albert Levering, Frank Nankivell, J. Pughe, Rose O'Neill, Charles Taylor, James Albert Wales and Eugene Zimmerman.
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The cover always quoted Puck saying, "What fools these mortals be!The Raven An 1890 Puck cartoon depicts President Benjamin Harrison at his desk wearing his grandfather's hat which is too big for his head, suggesting that he is not fit for the presidency.Atop a bust of William Henry Harrison, a raven with the head of Secretary of State James G.Its prime targets, however, were not just corrupt machine politicians.The magazine included as well what it, like the letterpress, condemned as the nefarious political agenda of the Catholic Church, especially its new Pope, Leo XIII.
Mad (once located two blocks away at 225 Lafayette Street) parodied Puck's motto as "What food these morsels be!