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)....

Alfred E. Neuman Cameo in “Drawn Together”

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Attention!! Attention!! Another Alfred E. Neuman Cameo was found in the cartoon series “Drawn Together". He is not really easy to spot, but we've found him in the episode “Toot goes Bollywood", season 3....

Introducing MADtrash.com’s UGOI pages

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Today MADtrash proudly presents the start of a new section: The UGOI's pages!! Learn more about the new and old MAD artists and writers!! The section starts with Kit Lively and Scott...

The MAD Character Appearance List

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We try to track every US or foreign character (movie characters, comic characters, actors, singers, etc) who has appeared in MAD magazines. Everyone can contribute images and information about characters as needed, so...
All versions of the MAD Scene Paperback Gift Sets

The Complete MAD Paperback Gift Set List

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MAD paperback boxed/gift sets are now all around 30 years old or more. They are very rare in most cases and especially rare in decent condition. Some serious collectors don ‘t attempt to collect them,...

READ goes MAD – Interview with Al Feldstein 1966

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MADtrash.com proudly presents the Al Feldstein Interview from April, 1966!! The READ Magazine granted us the one-time, non exclusive permission to print this amazing piece of history on MADtrash.com!! Have fun!!! READ goes MAD By EDWIN...

New MADtrash page: MAD Magazine Star Wars Cover

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Here you'll find every Star Wars related cover from every MAD magazine, special or book published over the last 35+ years from MAD editions published all around the world! Ever wanted to...

Learning to be Jewish from MAD Magazine

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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.

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.

MAD Superheroes Cover

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Welcome, superhero geeks! A collection of Superheroes Mad Magazine covers Author: Simon Wilson      We know how it is. You manage to win an online debate after explaining in great detail how The Hulk could...

BILLY RILEY and BILL BUTTS cigar label advertising

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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...

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...

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.

One Fine Summer: How I Avoided Sunshine by becoming a MAD Intern

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Instead of enjoying outdoors and warm weather like most University students on summer break, I decided to sit indoors under incandescent office lighting. For money? No! For jokes! All...
William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy reading MAD

Shatner and Nimoy look at Mad Magazine

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William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy on location in full costume before or between scenes look at Mad Magazine issue #115 from December 1967. This issue contained the parody of TOS Star Trek entitled "Star Blecch."...

MAD meets the Simpsons

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When flicking through MAD magazines, one thing becomes evident: MAD has been kickin' The Simpsons' asses real hard in the past years. Naturally, the freaky, yellow family struck back and some episodes feature funny...
Original art, for “50 years of MAD in Germany“, by Tom Bunk (Owner Michael Elias)

German MAD 50th Anniversary Exhibition Pictures

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50 Jahre Deutsches MAD (50th anniversary of the German MAD) was an exhibition at the Valentin-Karlstadt museum in Munich, Germany. It celebrated the awesome history of the German and of course the US MAD...
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...
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...