The Jason Levine Collection

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How exactly does one become a trade MAD-addict?   Well, my name is Jason Levine and here is my story.

Visit the new Don Martin Fan Shops

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Everyone needs to smile once in a while, so visit the new Don Martin collectibles stores at Fine Art America and Pixels.com.

The Sten Zetterlund Collection

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Hi MAD-fans, collegues and eventually freaks! Since I was born 1953 I had the opportunity to read Swedish MAD in my teenage years 1963-1970.

Fleer goes MAD Bubble Gum Stickers Facts

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Back in 1983 MAD Magazine and Fleer put out a box of MAD Stickers and bubble gum with 36 packs with 5 sticker cards in each pack and one piece of bubble gum in each pack.
Alfred E.Frankenstein (Backcover German MAD #199)

Historical Alfred E. Neuman Portraits from Germany

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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)....
Dynamite Magazine #47 from 1978

Dynamite Magazine Article from 1978 – Happy Birthday, MAD

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Happy Birthday, MAD. Dynamite Salutes 25 Years of MADness! An interesting article about the MAD offices in NY from 1974.

The Tim Johnson Collection

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I first started reading MAD in 1976, at the age of 11.   Some kids on the school bus were passing an issue around, so I looked at it too.   A few months later, I bought my first issue from the newsstand, and I was hooked.  
The Hunter Gingles Collection

The Hunter Gingles Collection

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One day in 2004, I was snooping around in my grandparents attic, when I found a box of stuff that belonged to my uncle and dad,inside the box was 3 issues of mad magazine #122 #131 #141.

The Andreas Dahl Collection

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Because of my father I started to love comic books very early... especially MAD Magazin. At first I was just interested in the MAD paintings... of course. For a young kid it was too much...

The Michael Elias Collection

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The main part of my collection are the paperbacks, books and magazines from the USA. And of course original artwork, especially done for paperbacks!
Original Artwork used for US MAD Magazine #419 (Version A)

The MAD magazine cover artworks list

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Owners of original MAD magazine cover artworks MADtrash has started the first known, comprehensive list of cover artwork owners for U.S., German and other MAD issues. If you have original (one-of-a-kind) art for any of...

The original “Me-Worry” by Gary L. Kritzberg

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Today we start a new department on MADtrash.com, where MAD collectors can show their most precious items! The first contribution comes from Gary L.Kritzberg and he is showing us a very old MAD collectible! THE...
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CurrencyFair: The Better and Cheaper Choice for International Money Transfers Over PayPal

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When it comes to international money transfers, individuals and businesses need reliable and cost-effective solutions. While PayPal has been a popular choice for online payments and peer-to-peer transactions, CurrencyFair emerges as a superior alternative...

MAD Star Wars Covers

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Welcome to the MAD TRASH Star Wars Pages! A collection of Star Wars Mad Magazine covers Author: Simon Wilson    Here you ‘ll find every Star Wars related cover from every MAD magazine, special or book...

International MAD Publisher and Company List

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Welcome to the MAD Magazine Company & Publisher list. We try to track any US or foreign company or publisher, which has ever produced MAD memorabilia. Everyone can contribute images and information about artists as...

HogWild’s Internship @ MAD

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One Fine Summer: How I Avoided Sunshine by becoming a MAD Intern by Comedian HogWild Instead of enjoying outdoors and warm weather like most University students on summer break, I decided to sit indoors under incandescent...

One boy’s attempt to collect every MAD paperback printing

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For about 35 years, off and on, I have been reading and collecting MAD. It hasn ‘t been easy to collect, certainly not in the early 1980‘s. Especially as I live in Australia. Here in Australia,...

We buy MAD

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We Buy MAD Magazines and Alfred E. Neuman Collectibles. MADtrash.com purchases international MAD collectibles of all kinds. We will make offers or buy your pieces or maybe collections.

Remembering Of Things ECCH!

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Axoiotl. Potrzebie. Veeblefetzer. if you ‘re one of the millions of former adolescents who grew up on MAD magazine, these seemingly meaningless syllables should conjure up forgotten fragments of your childhood faster than madeleine cakes got to Proust.
Alfred E. Neuman by Norman Mingo

Alfred E. Neuman – ‘The What-Me-Worry Kid’

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Article by Dave Robinson (writer-illustrator, British MAD 1978-94) Alfred E. Neuman – ‘The What-Me-Worry Kid’ - Introduction 1950s MAD Editor Harvey Kurtzman was in the editor’s office at Ballantine Books when his gaze swept the office...