Appearances of Tommy Lee Jones in MAD
MAD Magazine #219 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
One of Tommy Lee Jones' first MAD appearances came courtesy of his role as Loretta Lynn's husband in the 1980 biopic Coal Miner's Daughter. Here he is making his grand entrance in the splash panel for "Gold-Mining Daughter," written by Arnie Kogen and illustrated by Mort Drucker for MAD #219 (December '80).
MAD Magazine #337 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
"Gold Mining Daughter" artist Mort Drucker and "The Stooge-itive" writer Dick DeBartolo had two more cracks at Tommy Lee Jones in the '90s. Here he is as Harvey Dent aka. Two-Face in the Batman Forever parody "Buttman Fershlugginer," which originally ran in MAD #337 (July '95).
MAD Magazine #390 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Here's Tommy Lee Jones in the splash panel for the Drucker-DeBartolo four-pager "Double Jerkery" which sent up the 1999 thriller Double Jeopardy in MAD #390 (February '99). You can't see it in this particular article but Jones shares the splash panel with his former college roommate, one-time U.S. Vice President Al Gore.
MAD Magazine #422 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Submitted for your approval: What happens when Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones and Sergio Aragones inhabit the same portion of the universe. Agent K's memories of serving as his hometown postmaster come back to haunt him in this scene from the Aragones three-pager "A MAD Look At Men In Black II," which originally ran in MAD #422 (October '02).
MAD Magazine #465 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Men In Black trilogy co-stars Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith explore other shades of alien-busting in this Tom Richmond artwork from the final panel of "Barebutt Mountain." Written by Arnie Kogen and originally appearing in MAD #465 (May '06).