Bobby Peacock
Bobby PeacockFriday, January 20th, 2017 at 4:38am

My mom found these for me in a thrift store...

Joe Dannatt Lucky you.
Bobby Peacock I actually bought the Jeopardy! issue when it first hit newsstands. That is still one of my favorite articles ever.
Joe Dannatt I love Mad.
Ellis Villanueva Great mom =)
Patrick O'Steen Cheap!
Myint Zaw Aye Like Like Like.
Jared Harwick I know I had the Jurassic Park and Flinstones issues. That's a cool find.
Noel Butchart Mad moms are the best! Lol
Robert Murphy My mom found mine under my mattress. Boy was she Mad!
Mark Parker She has good taste in magazines
Dan Kovalik Mom never let me have Mad when I was growing up. So, I never had my own copy until I was an adult. Now I'm 62 and I've been enjoying my own subscription for many years.
JJ Brent My first of 8 letters printed in MAD is in issue #304.
Marten Jallad My one and only appearance in MAD was in the one on the far left Jeopardy cover #380 in the Letters and Tomatoes Dept on page 2. The funny thing is that I literally traveled half way around the world to Gabon Africa and this staged picture taken in the jungle, only for the location to read Alpharetta, Ga?! Go figure! The gag was us all "going potty" (note the TP being shared.
Doug Gilford It's crackers to slip a rozzer the dropsy in snide.
Christopher Black beautiful MAD work by Kelly Freas
Mike Percoco He penned a few articles in the early years too of course...a true legend, criminally forgotten in today's comedic age.
Art Evans Percy Dovetonsil's - hilarious 😂.
Diane Fertig Awesome share classic!
Jaime Milan That's Mr Bean
Rick Goodwin Between Mingo and Freas.......MAD had an embarrassment of riches, artistically.......
Doug Gilford
Doug GilfordTuesday, January 24th, 2017 at 1:04pm
Tom Murphy
Tom MurphyTuesday, January 24th, 2017 at 11:55am
Ellis Villanueva 601 is the lucky one ;) wait... too late.
Doug Gilford
Doug GilfordMonday, January 23rd, 2017 at 12:40pm

Trying to confirm this is the same Tim O'Brien who did a couple covers for MAD back in the day...

Ian Scott McGregor this is so good. if i were MAD, i'd run it.
Brian Lerash Awesome
Doug Gilford So Boing Boing posted this and credited Tim O'Brien (musician). Looking at Tim (the artist's) body of work, I'm not sure if he'd do the relatively simple work involved in altering the original image... But the Boing Boing Twitter feed does point to Mad's Tim O'Brien after all!
Jeffrey Boardman Brilliant, simply brilliant.
Greoj Tleztap
Greoj TleztapSaturday, January 21st, 2017 at 5:44am
Ellis Villanueva Four years of gold. Making MAD great again.
Greoj Tleztap
David Judovin Please don't insult Alfred E. Neuman.
Anthony Dion OH YEAH now that guy looks like Alfred E. Neuman.
Greoj Tleztap
John Lytle Really? Give him a chance. WTF
Ellis Villanueva MAD likes to made satires, it's the America way =)
Federico Slvd Buena peluca
Jesus Reyes
Jesus ReyesSaturday, January 21st, 2017 at 12:43pm
Aneeq Zaman MAD should make a "69" card : D
Gary VandenBergh Original MADman Will Elder's Valentine to his Jeanie. c1947
Michael Elias
Michael EliasSaturday, January 21st, 2017 at 8:05pm

USA Without Obama-Care?
(Image from the MAD paperback “For Better or Verse“, by Frank Jacobs and Paul Coker,Jr.)

Michael Elias Btw, my 1st Paul Coker Paperback page :D
Cathy Ann Obama care was ridiculous but Michael Elias I enjoy your posts!
Matt Page That's funny. I'm super jealous that you own an original Coker.
Justin Francoeur
Justin FrancoeurFriday, January 20th, 2017 at 9:34am

Anyone remember this gem from 1984? The Spy vs Spy commodore 64 computer game by First Star Software:

Gerry Nassar Yes!! Had it on Commodore 64 in the 80s before I read Mad. Absolutely loved it. Very good game.
Doug Zewasiuk I have it for my Apple IIe. Never could really figure it out though.
Bobby Peacock
Bobby PeacockFriday, January 20th, 2017 at 5:03am

So I'm just curious... how many of the pseudonymous bylines in Mad over time have been confirmed? For instance, it's known that "Jack Syracuse" is Sam Viviano, and Arnie Kogen confirmed in a compilation that "Debbee Ovitz" is him. Have any of the other recurring aliases been stated?

Gregory Smith roger kaputnik= dave berg
Michael Elias
Michael EliasThursday, January 19th, 2017 at 4:00pm

Tomorrow :O

P Paul Saint Paul I'm pretty sure I mailed that to you;)
Ed Norris
Ed NorrisFriday, January 20th, 2017 at 7:45am

I wonder if the CIA found this comical or a risk to our country? At least it's not classified any longer.

Doug Gilford
Doug GilfordThursday, January 19th, 2017 at 4:03am
Ivy Dennett Thorpe Thanks Doug! I recognise the tune in the Kent commercials- "That's what happiness is" a song written by Paul Parnes and Paul Evans
Gregory Smith the Reagan if im correct. I think that was 84.
Doug Gilford
Annie Gaines Ashton I'm so sorry to hear of Gerry's death.
Gerry Nassar Oh no. Loved his work which was usually reserved for Frank Jacobs political stuff and the Nast File. RIP :(
Arnaldo De León Chávez I loved very much his Nasty Files. MHRIP.
Nick Scroggs Ah sonuva, why does the universe keep being such a dick?
Michael Elias Very sad, may he rest in peace :(
Doug Gilford
Doug GilfordWednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 1:14pm

"The two spies chase each other endlessly and 'to no apparent effect other than their reciprocal harassment.' They look black and white, but it really doesn’t matter which is which."

Annie Gaines Ashton It's a shame they didn't use Prohias' drawings to illustrate the article.
Michael Elias
Michael EliasWednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 4:03pm

Muhammed Ali (1942-2016), would be 75 years today!
Image from the paperback “A MAD Look at the Future“, by Lou Silverstone and Jack Rickard.

John Leider Alvarez
John Leider AlvarezWednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 3:37am


Kieran Man Suitable for wearing, or wrapping fish. I want one too.
Gene Burgaleta I want one
Marcos Forrester Down with homework
Shay Keller It was one of my favorites, I wore it often
Xik Kik Adrian Cebulla müssma glei zwei holen xD
James Blaylock Like 2 have 1
Richard Parsons Me three.
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