Daniel was without doubt the most important artist of the French Canadian MAD magazine series. He was responsible for all 12 covers and his artwork can also be found in the satire magazine 'Croc'.
Happy Birthday, MAD. Dynamite Salutes 25 Years of MADness! An interesting article about the MAD offices in NY from 1974.
A visit to the MADhouse. An interesting article about the work at the MAD offices in New York from 1974.
Check out the Alfred E.Neuman Spoof Gallery with many famous and historical persons and celebrities. All of the following Alfred E.Neuman portraits were originally used for back covers of the German MAD magazine (1.Edition)....
BILLY RILEY and BILL BUTTS cigar label advertising by Dr. Gary L. Kritzberg Two unusual and rare Pre-Mad advertising examples are the BILLY RILEY and BILL BUTTS (tobacco) cigar labels. Cigar labels came into being in...
It was a thrill to learn recently that one of my favorite Mad magazine artists, the legendary Al Jaffee, would give his personal papers to Columbia University. Among those treasures are a massive cache of Jaffee ‘s much-loved Mad fold-in cartoons and notebooks of ideas Jaffee never even submitted for publication.
In the 1971 action / adventure series “The Pursuaders!" two equally-matched men from different backgrounds, team together to solve cases which the courts cannot. The main characters are represented by Roger Moore and Tony Curtis. The UK series lasted 24 episodes and number 18 is very interesting for MAD collectors and fans. In one scene there is an original MAD Magazine slotmachine from SEGA visible. This collectible is pretty hard to find these days.