Appearances of Vince McMahon in MAD
MAD Magazine #264 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Mort Drucker had plenty of experience caricaturing Vince McMahon by the time that 1999 cover assignment came up, as evidenced by the artwork for "MAD's Wrestling Promoter of the Year," written by Lou Silverstone for MAD #264 (July '86).
MAD Magazine #285 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
MAD received (and to their credit, printed) angry letters from readers upset with the description of wrestling fans as "genetic mutants who swallow anything" in the creative four-pager "Recasting Famous Old Movies With Today's Famous Wrestlers." Illustrated by Sam Viviano and written by J. Prete (who 'dat?), it originally ran in MAD #285 (March '89).
MAD Magazine #379 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Vince McMahon, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Stone-Headed Alfred E. Neuman were all featured in Mort Drucker's artwork for the cover of MAD #379 (February '99), which featured six pages' worth of wrestling material. Who else but Vince McMahon - excuse me, MR. Vince McMahon - could open up this wrestling-themed Land's End catalog parody, written by Desmond Devlin and illustrated by Angelo Torres for MAD #379 (February '99)?
MAD Magazine #400 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
And, we know it's Vince McMahon's birthday, but we all want to know how he's going to die, right? At least, that was the premise of "MAD's Celebrity Cause-of-Death Betting Odds," with this version of the Mike Snider-originated MAD staple illustrated by Jon Weiman to close out MAD #400 (December '00).