Appearances of Hilary Duff in MAD
MAD Magazine #376 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Writer Desmond Devlin and artist Drew Friedman took a poke at Hilary Duff's post-TV pop music career in "13 Fascinating Music Factoids," which ran in MAD #376 (April '07).
MAD Magazine #434 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Hermann Mejia captured Hilary Duff for one of her earliest MAD appearances, as part of "MAD's Deck of Least Wanted Americans." Co-written by Desmond Devlin and Frank Jacobs, the article appeared in MAD #434 (October '03), which also featured a smaller version of this image (and several other cards in the "Deck") on Mark Fredrickson's front cover.
MAD Magazine #439 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Mort Drucker caricatured Hilary Duff for her most prominent MAD cover appearance, as part of the "Oscar Winners and Losers Dartboard" for the cover of MAD #439 (March '04). Why was MAD pulling for Hilary Duff to get a Best Actress Oscar nomination for The Lizzie McGuire Movie? "She'd be an inspiration to little girls everywhere, proving that if you're really pretty, really popular and really overdeveloped, you can go far in life." Rick Tulka depicted Duff (with Keanu Reeves, Catherine Zeta-
MAD Magazine #459 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Well, my whole perception of science just went out the window. How about you? Hilary Duff made a cameo in The Educa-Fun Page, an early contribution to The Strip Club by Ruben Bolling. it originally ran in MAD #459 (November '05).