Appearances of Pamela Anderson in MAD
MAD Magazine #328 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Here are Pamela Anderson, Nicole Eggert and David Hasselhoff in an early scene from MAD's Baywatch spoof. "Babewatch," illustrated by Angelo Torres and written by Arnie Kogen, originally ran in MAD #328 (July '94) and got the rainbow treatment for the second issue of MAD Color Classics.
MAD Magazine #372 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Here's a portion of Hermann Mejia's depiction of Pamela Anderson for the Frank Jacobs poetry parody "The Stalking of Pamela Lee," which originally ran in MAD #372 (October '98). Why am I only showing this much of the artwork? Well, let's just say that if I tried to reproduce the whole two pages (depicting a topless Pam covering up her breasts as she sunbathes on the beach), some folks might just think this is a very different kind of FB group...
MAD Magazine #389 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Pamela Anderson's 1999 breast-implant removal earned her a spot in that year's MAD 20 Dumbest list and her only front-cover appearance for the original U.S. edition. Drew Friedman provided the artwork for MAD #389 (January '00).
MAD Magazine #395 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Six issues after her only MAD front-cover appearance, Pamela Anderson showed up on the back cover, courtesy of this Maxim magazine spoof cover for MAD #395 (July '00) written by Jeff Kruse.
MAD Magazine #397 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Ah, the conundrums of showbiz parenting... Rick Tulka illustrated this Mike Snider gag featuring Pamela Anderson and her then-husband, Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, for "Modern Celebrity Couple Dilemmas." It originally ran in MAD #397 (September '00).
MAD Magazine #475 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Unless somebody can prove me wrong, this is MAD's most recent depiction of Pamela Anderson, courtesy of the Tom Richmond-Desmond Devlin collaboration "MAD Deconstructs TV Talk Shows: The Best Damn Sports Show Period." It ran in MAD #475 (March '07).