JJ Brent
JJ BrentSunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 1:54am

Everyone thinks they have something special.

Then, some people actually do.

Jason Levine They just lopped 1k off the price...
JJ Brent Saw that.
Doug Gilford
Doug GilfordSunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 7:21am

Happy 80th, Jack...

David Robinson Among Drucker's myriad skills was his ability to capture a star's look in varying roles. Many happies, JN...
Demetrius Dillard Happy 80th (belated) birthday, Jack!
Doug Gilford
Doug GilfordSunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 2:06pm
Demetrius Dillard Sad news. May she rest in peace.
Donald Deth
Donald DethSunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 12:22pm

the mad wall!

Arnaldo De León Chávez Hard to spot Alfred...
Gregory Smith AND A VIRTUAL BOY!
Brian Murphy Serious stuff. Wow! Very nice, my friend, very nice indeed
Ed Kanterman Nice.
Brian Paulus You've gone MAD !
Ellis Villanueva What, me worry ? ;)
Gregory Smith
Gregory SmithSunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 12:34pm

BIG RECENT MAD FINDINGS UPDATE
Well, i finally got a comic issue, #16. Also got the last two issues to complete 1965, meaning i have all regular issues from 1961 to 1979. And i got to finally meet one if the usual gang of Idiots, Tom Richmond! He was at Chicago's C2E2 convention and i had the honor to talk to him and to get him to sign my #399, his first issue. A very nice guy who i hope to meet again.

Tony Eric
Tony EricSaturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 7:59am

Was JFK related to Alfred E. Neuman?

JFK age 10 Alfred age ??

Arnaldo De León Chávez Almost as if Alfred was who scored with every beautiful lady (including Jackie and Marilyn).
Tony Eric It was always Alfred whom was with Norma Jean! People just mistook him for John F. 😂
Tony Eric I rest my case 😂
Tony Eric
Brett Thornblad I always thought that Alfred was inspired by a mix of Howdy Doody and JFK.
Bernd Engel
Bernd EngelSaturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 6:27pm

For sale: Something rare from Spain. More items coming next!

Bernd Engel
Bernd EngelSaturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 7:26am

Buy and sell MAD stuff here http://madtrash.com/madverts/

http://madtrash.com/ (scroll to the bottom)

Welcome to the MAD Magazine and Alfred E. Neuman Collector's Club. This platform connects MAD collectors and MAD fans from around the world. Use this group to make contacts to other international collectors and discuss about MAD things. Please contact me (Bernd Engel) if you have questions!

http://www.MADtrash.com
Database for international MAD collectables

Doug Gilford
Doug GilfordFriday, April 21st, 2017 at 2:57am

from "Flob was a Slob!"
http://madcoversite.com/mad004.html

Mike Smith Harvey Krutzman and Jack Davis!!! LOL!!!
Doug Gilford
Doug GilfordThursday, April 20th, 2017 at 10:50pm
Ray J. DiDia
Ray J. DiDia
Ray J. DiDia
Doug Gilford
Ivy Dennett Thorpe I still remember reading a newspaper article when "it was twenty years ago today" - when the Sgt Pepper album was 20 years old. Sigh.
Doug Gilford Since I also post this stuff on my Twitter account (https://twitter.com/madcoversite) I see I just got followed by "The Daily Leaf"... Hoo Hah High!
Ian Scott McGregor and bring the doodles back!
Doug Gilford
Rod Meade Sperry i fear that with the move, they'll do a whole relaunch, totally jettisoning all or at least most of the "old guard" stuff. ....they may even almost have to, because the move might end up rendering the staff and resulting contents essentially unrecognizable.
Ray Alma Fascinating. I love stuff like this. Like how Superman's logo would change over time. Evolution of design. :)
JJ Brent Bring it back un-slanted.
Mike Slaubaugh Some might say it should be slanted toward the left instead of the right.
Gregory Smith I could ask about the move. I got a ticket to the C2E2 convention in Chicago.
Javier Huerta Now I know why I hate Mad from 1995- on or so. It was the "new Mad" thing.
Anthony Barkdoll Never cared for the slant.
Jerry Moore i prefer the MAD #27 version but I also like the variations with different artists creating scenes within the logo.
Doug Gilford I like when they broke away from the traditional logo entirely... http://madcoversite.com/quiz_logo.html
J David Spurlock I suggested to Joe Orlando that the April '97 logo was too distorted. He looked at it and agreed. I was happy to see that with the Oct '97 issue, it was minimized to a more natural italic slant.
David Smelser Can't get any better!
Burtman Mcburt October 1952 mad mag appears Ten years later October 1962 I make my appearance on earth 64 & 54 years later. We both are still on earth. Coincidence I think not.
Glen Shoemark i want them to put the issue number next to the logo again
Mike Slaubaugh I want them to lower the price...to 25 cents again!
Alan HI I love all versions, although my favorite were those Mort covers with the yellow frame with Aragones drawings in the 90's
Alex Mohalek
Alex MohalekWednesday, April 19th, 2017 at 2:02pm

Found this MAD oddity @ Aurora Monster Model Kits, that predates "Mad Monster Party?" being that it's from 1964, yet check out the "MAD" font of this vinyl loose-leaf binder unlike any other design used; Harvey Kurtzman, Jack Davis, and Paul Coker, Jr., of the UGOI were instrumental in the "MMP" production's writing and art direction, wonder if they worked
on this too... ???
https://www.facebook.com/groups/392380911113502/permalink/430142464004013/

Doug Gilford
Doug GilfordWednesday, April 19th, 2017 at 9:39am

Would love to be in New York for this!

Les Carpenter
Les CarpenterTuesday, April 18th, 2017 at 5:16am

Who remembers one of the last Mad rip offs "Wacko" ?

Brian Keith McDonald One of the few post 60s ripoffs I don't have
P Paul Saint Paul it's the wacko dude. He really was wack
Jason Levine Made it a full 3 issues... Bought them on the newsstand.
Anthony Barkdoll i believe that cover artist drew for cracked as well, is this correct?
Stan Evans They tried. Man how they tried
Joshua Johnson I have this issue- I had a boat load of Mad, a lot of Cracked, a few Crazies, and a couple Sicks. And this one!
David Strickler It's funny because his toes are sticking out. (*sighs)
Steve Lessaw How was the interior art?
Joe Blevins I'll have to admit, I read some MAD ripoffs in my time, but I never even heard of Wacko. Does anyone remember a very short-lived MAD wannabe that just called itself "Parody" or "Spoof" or something incredibly generic like that? I swear I had an issue of that.
Doug Gilford
Doug GilfordThursday, April 13th, 2017 at 12:50am

Old news now...
"Mad's full transition to DC Entertainment's Burbank offices is expected to be complete by the end of 2017."

http://www.newsarama.com/33983-mad-s-new-york-city-departure-confirmed-details-revealed.html

David Robinson As a way of trying to be upbeat after this deflating news: 'How many MAD covers have a direct link with New York City?'
Rik Sansone Sad
Doug Gilford
Doug GilfordWednesday, April 19th, 2017 at 12:15am

Been a while since we've seen the non-slanted MAD logo on the cover of anything MAD...

Ian Scott McGregor it makes me so happy. i love kurtzman's design so much.
Javier Huerta My last Mad ws the Jabba the Hutt one.
Chet Jasper Reams Look again, its a TINY bit slanted still
Christopher Ian Hill I used to have that Star Wars special
Michael Elias
Michael EliasFriday, April 14th, 2017 at 3:47pm

Happy Birthday Angelo Torres, 85 years today!
He worked for MAD since issue #130. For EC since the 1950s, as Assistent for Al Williamson. His only EC story “An Eye for an Eye“ was rejected by the Comic Code. It was published later in the Big EC Book “Horror Comics from the 1950s“. After EC, he worked for Atlas and Warren, especially for Errie and Creepy.
For MAD he draw TV parodies, but also Movie spoofs. For the Paperback line he draw five books and appear in Nick Meglin's MAD Stew. He said, he enjoy working for the paperback's Hisory Gone MAD and the MAD Make-Out Book!
Happy Anniversary Ange

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