Appearances of Tina Fey in MAD
MAD Magazine #416 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Tina Fey, casting a glance at the Teamster cleaning her glasses, made her first MAD appearance in the Drew Friedman-Desmond Devlin two-pager "The Final Minute of Saturday Night Live," a modern MAD classic that originally ran in MAD #416 (April '02).
MAD Magazine #434 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
A rather scary-looking Hermann Mejia caricature of Tina Fey was included on the final page of "MAD's Deck of Least-Wanted Americans," co-written by Desmond Devlin and Frank Jacobs for MAD #434 (October '03).
MAD Magazine #490 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
30 Rock creator-writer-star Tina Fey introduces herself to MAD readers in the splash panel of "30 Crock," written by Arnie Kogen and illustrated by Tom Richmond. It originally ran in MAD #490 (June '08) and its first two pages were reprinted in the 2012 60th-anniversary collection Totally MAD.
MAD Magazine #498 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Tina Fey gets in the last laugh of the three-pager "MAD Exposes Who's Thinking What At The Obama Inauguration," which originally ran in MAD #498 (February '09). Fun fact: In the original article, Tina is standing just a stone's throw away from one of her best-known SNL targets, Sarah Palin, whose thought-balloon reads: "I can't believe a terrorist from the country of Africa is our new President!"