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Born: 16th August 1958, Bay City, Michigan, United States

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Appearances of Madonna in MAD

MAD Magazine #294 • USA • 1st Edition - New York

According to Desmond Devlin's script for the Rick Tulka-illustrated "MAD's Rock Quiz," here are the four possible reasons Madonna and Sean Penn split up: (a) She wouldn't autograph her copy of the girlie mag that printed her nude photos; (b) He got tired of being called "Mr. Madonna"; (c) Of the 37 people that saw Shanghai Surprise, 22 liked her better; (d) She tried to take his picture. "MAD's Rock Quiz" originally ran in MAD #294 (April '90).

MAD Magazine #304 • USA • 1st Edition - New York

Richard Williams - MAD #304 (July '91). Still my favourite sequence from "A MAD Peek Behind The Scenes At A Madonna Video," which was printed not long after the release of Madonna's controversial "Justify My Love" video. Skillfully co-written by Charlie Kadau and Joe Raiola and masterfully illustrated by Mort Drucker, "A MAD Peek Behind The Scenes At A Madonna Video' originally ran in MAD #304 (July '91), which also featured Richard Williams' Alfred-goosing-Madonna cover.

MAD Magazine #312 • USA • 1st Edition - New York

Madonna's 1991 biopic Truth or Dare was a perfect satirical target for the final installment of the Stan Hart series "MAD's Video Reviews." Appearing in MAD #312, this segment's Sam Viviano artwork also includes cameos by Whitney Houston and former Madonna paramour Warren Beatty (still rockin' the Dick Tracy trenchcoat). It's not that often that we get to see Paul Peter Porges as part of these MAD Mumblings birthday tributes, eh? PPP took the mickey out the Material Girl for "Macy's Thanksg

MAD Magazine #314 • USA • 1st Edition - New York

One of writer Mike Snider's best gag lines for "What Would Really Happen If Extraterrestrials Came To Earth Today" - the suggestion that "Madonna would find out exactly how they have sex - and then find a way to incorporate it into her stage show!" Believe it or not, this specific artwork is one of the first things that came to my mind when I learned about Jack Davis' passing a few weeks ago. The three-page article originally ran in MAD #314 (April '93).

MAD Magazine #349 • USA • 1st Edition - New York

C.F. Payne - MAD #349 (September '96)

MAD Magazine #420 • USA • 1st Edition - New York

Scott Bricher - MAD #420 (August '02). (Note: That's Madonna on the bottom of the cover.)

MAD Magazine #437 • USA • 1st Edition - New York

Scott Bricher - MAD #420 (August '02). (Note: That's Madonna on the bottom of the cover.)

MAD Classics #9 • USA • 1st Edition - New York

C.F. Payne's Madonna artwork from the cover of MAD #349 (September '96) was re-purposed for the MTV-themed cover of MAD Classics #9 (September '06).

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