Dedicated to the great MAD Magazine comic artist Don Martin and anything else from vintage MAD.
Shawn StutzThursday, April 20th, 2017 at 8:34pm
Mamie Edwards She is only waiting for a handout.
John BockMonday, March 6th, 2017 at 2:36pm
Timothy Markin That cover always makes me laugh. It boggles the mind that they could get away with it 40+ years ago but not now
Godard Sala got it.
Becca Wells UpsonMonday, April 3rd, 2017 at 4:40pm
Chicone Kootsvayouma I remember this huge spider as a kid. I hated him, it freaked me out.
Robert J. Crawford Is that the Gorgonzola? I had to live in Italy to learn it was a cheese.
Jeff Brennan "ging-going" :-) Nobody else comes up with sound effects like this guy!
Becca Wells UpsonThursday, April 13th, 2017 at 11:01pm
Robert E. Blackwell Stealin' it!
Jim Bissell I too have poached this glorious illustration.thank you becca !
Becca Wells Upson Steal it freely as I before you plundered it! We are pirates, pass da rum!
Robert E. Blackwell Yo ho ho bay-bee!
Becca Wells Upson
Robert E. Blackwell **laughing** Do they still make those labels?
Becca Wells Upson I don't think so, I unwisely stuck all mine to my headboard as kidlet. So much for making my fortune in collectable stickers!
Robert E. Blackwell Guess we both made the same mistake, but mine were plastered on my desk.
Timothy MarkinSaturday, April 8th, 2017 at 6:59am
Randy Hansen Six bucks is anything BUT cheap!
Kurt SmithMonday, April 10th, 2017 at 1:17pm
National Gorilla Suit Day
Scanned from the paperback book, "Don Martin Bounces Back". Join the celebration every year on January 31!
Shawn StutzMonday, March 6th, 2017 at 1:48pm
Richard Ray Harris memory lane , thanks..we found our pb's at the good ol bookstore the day they came out starting with the mad Reader..so great because we didn't have all the early issues and that caught us up just a bit, though only in b & w.
Mike Ignasiak I started reading Mad in the early '60s. I couldn't get enough. Then i found out about these reprint paperbacks. I sure got my moneys worth out of them.
William Robinson Still got one
Mary Power Siddell I bought this in downtown Columbus after work. Started reading it on my way home on a very crowded bus. Started laughing so bad I had to put it away. I was getting some strange looks. Love Don Martin's work.