A few of us ladies at the Comic Foundry party yesterday were discussing the old "women can't be funny" idea that gets floated around every once in a while, and it brought to mind Marie Severin. She is the only female I can think of that is in that list of "classic" Mad Magazine-style spoof artists.
I don't really think Marie Severin gets her due for being a really awesome parody artist. I worked with her a few years back when she did a Batman spoof for "Batman Black and White" and was immediately impressed by her sense of wackiness & comic timing. She absolutely "got it" in that story, got that Mad Magazine humor; and though she dutifully followed the writer's script, she put so much of her own comedic style into the piece.
Here are scans from a Severin story in "Crazy" Magazine (remember them?) called "Kaspar The Dead Baby" (found via Journalista)