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Useless MAD Trivia Dept:
The first subscriber to the MAD Freaks USA fanzine was none other than Claire Cridland, the wife of MAD Magazine artist, Don "Duck" Edwing.
Mad “expressed a savage acquiescence” to “the oppressiveness of official culture.”
Thanks to Michael Elias this German MAD Cover is now in my collection! Artwork by Rolf Trautman
Yee Haw! These are the last paperbacks i need to complete all the cover variations. If anyone has one or two or more of these books and is willing to post to Australia. Let me know Thanks!
One thing I recall about a 1970s Mad Magazine issue is once in the letters section they had a picture of an envelope they received at their main HQ in NYC which was addressed to them SOLELY with a cut-out picture of Alfred E. Newman. NO address at all, just AEN's face and a stamp. I think the letter came from a mid-West state. - EDIT: it was the 1970 one below from Washington.
In the 1980s I had season tickets to the Binghamton (NY) Whalers ice-hockey team. Inspired by the Mad mag story above, I once mailed my check to pay for the season tix and just put a stamp and a picture of the Whalers logo on the envelope. I knew they must have gotten it as the check was cashed and my tickets were ready.
Years later on a trip to...
First time I've seen this address label.
Looking for original art.
Lighter Side Of
Spy Vs. Spy
Four years ago in Sam Viviano's office. Dick DeBartolo ribs photographer Irving Schild for not taking the prettiest of pictures on his phone.