Paul Coker, Jr.

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1929, Lawrence, Kansas, U.S.

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Facts about Paul Coker Jr.

Paul Coker, Jr was born in 1929 Lawrence, Kansas.
Paul had his first contribution 'A MAD Peek Behind the Scenes' published in issue #60. In the beginning his contributions were sporadic, but it didn't take long until his work was published in every issue of MAD. Paul's art is still present in current issues.
Paul's sketchy artwork style is his trademark.
Besides MAD he and Duck Edwing drew a daily comic strip called 'Lancelot' and 'Horace and Buggy'
He is also well known for his animation work for Rankin/Bass, where he is probably best remembered for his design work on 'Frosty the Snowman'

Bibliography

  • Mimi Sheraton/Paul Coker: 'The Seducer's Cookbook'(Random House, New York 1962. German: 'Verführen a la carte', Heyne 1966)

  • Frank Jacobs/Paul Coker,Jr: 'MAD for Better or Verse' (Signet, 1968/Warner, 1975)

  • Stan Hart/Paul Coker,Jr: 'The MAD Book of Revenge' (Warner,1976) German: 'Das MAD Buch der Rache', Williams 1976)

  • Nick Meglin/ UGOI: 'MAD Stew' (Warner, 1978. German: 'MADs grosses Müll-Buch', Williams 1978)

  • Stan Hart/Paul Coker, Jr: 'The MAD Book to Careers' (Warner, 1978)

  • Stan Hart/Paul Coker, Jr: 'The MAD Survival Handbook' (Warner, 1980)

  • Stan Hart/ Paul Coker, Jr: 'MADs Fast Look at Fast Living' (Warner, 1982)

  • Paul Coker, Jr: 'The MAD Pet Book' (Warner, 1983. German: 'MADs Tierleben', Williams 1984)

  • John Ficarra/ Paul Coker, Jr: 'The MAD Book of Fears and Phobias' (Warner, 1985. Dt. 'MAD Buch der 1000 Ängste', MiniPress, 1986)

  • Phil Hahn/ Paul Coker, Jr: 'The MAD Monster Book of Horrifying Cliches' (MAD Books, 2002)

  • Harvey Kurtzman/Will Elder: 'Playboy's Little Fanny Annie, Vol.1' (Dark Horse Comics, 2000)

  • Rick Goldschmidt: 'The Enchanted World of Rankin/Bass: A Portfolio' (Rick Goldschmidt, 2007)

 

Filmography by Paul Coker,Jr as Production Designer for Rankin/Bass Productions (from IMDB.com)

  • 1967: Cricket on the Hearth (TV movie)

  • 1970: Santa Claus Is Comin'to Town(TV movie)

  • 1972: The Enchanted World of Danny Kaye: The Emperor's New Clothes (TV movie)

  • 1974: Twas the Night Before Christmas (TV short)

  • 1974: The Year Without a Santa Claus (TV movie)

  • 1976: The First Easter Rabbit (TV movie)

  • 1976: Frosty's Winter Wonderland (TV short)

  • 1976: Rudolph's Shiny New Year (TV movie)

  • 1977: The Easter Bunny is Comin'to Town (TV movie)

  • 1977: Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey (TV short)

  • Complete list on http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0170082/

 

Websites

Frosty The Snowman on youtube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cd39Fnas8Ro

Complete Contributions by Paul Coker,Jr from MAD Cover Site:
http://www.madcoversite.com/ugoi-paul_coker_jr.html

Contributions by Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine • USA • New York
MAD Magazine #60January 1961
  • A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes (Artist with Phil Hahn)
    Department: Inside-Ouch
  • A Mad Peek Through the Microscope (Artist with Phil Hahn)
    Department: Microfolk
MAD Magazine #76January 1963
  • A Very Merry Christmas (Artist)
  • Why Kill Yourself? (Artist)
  • Mad Beasties (Artist)
    Department: Word Game Preserve
  • Why Kill Yourself (Artist)
  • Mad Beasties (Artist)
    Department: Word Game Preserve
  • Mad Beastlies (Artist with Phil Hahn)
    Department: Word Game Preserve
  • Why Kill Yourself? (Artist)
  • The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A. (Artist with Larry Siegel, Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Talk of the Town
MAD Magazine #89September 1964
MAD Magazine #90October 1964
  • Why Kill Yourself? (Artist)
  • The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A. (Artist with Larry Siegel, Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Talk of the Town
MAD Magazine #91December 1964
  • Why Kill Yourself? (Artist)
  • The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Washington, D.C. (Artist with Frank Jacobs, Larry Siegel)
    Department: Talk of the Town
  • How Bad Childhood Habits Can Help In a Congressional Career (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Capitol Punishment
MAD Magazine #92January 1965
  • The Mad In and Out Book (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: The Swinging Doers
  • The Sites and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Chicago (Artist with Larry Siegel, Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Talk of the Towns
  • If Kids Used Movie Cliches in Everyday Life (Artist with Harry Purvis)
    Department: Off the Beaten Sound-track
  • The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Small Town, U.S.A. (Artist with Larry Siegel, Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Talk of the Towns
  • Today's Typical "Sales & Promotional" Gimmicks (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Previews of Drumming-Up Attractions
MAD Magazine #97September 1965
MAD Magazine #98October 1965
  • Mad's Summer Camp for Adults (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Fuddy-Duddy Buddy System
MAD Magazine #99December 1965
  • Mad's Snappy Answers to Those Old Cliches (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Put Your Funny Where Your Mouth Is
MAD Magazine #100January 1966
  • The Return of the Mad Beasties (Artist with Phil Hahn)
    Department: Word Game Preserve
  • College Programs to Develop Masters of Mediocrity (Artist with Donald D. Shandler)
    Department: Summa Cum Lazy
  • Boy Scouts Vs. Little Old Ladies (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: On My Honor, I Will Be a Pest
MAD Magazine #107December 1966
MAD Magazine #108January 1967
  • More Snappy Answers to Those Old Cliches (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Put Your Funny Where Your Mouth Is
  • Horrifying Cliches (Artist with Phil Hahn)
    Department: Spooking From Pictures
  • Songs of Food (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Tuning Fork
MAD Magazine #113September 1967
MAD Magazine #114October 1967
  • A Psalm For a Sabbath Morning (Artist with William Garvin)
    Department: Tee-Ology
MAD Magazine #115December 1967
  • TV Coverage of an Off-Year Election (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Poll-Bearers
MAD Magazine #116January 1968
  • The Advantages of the Suburbs For Kids (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: City's Limit
MAD Magazine #121September 1968
  • A Nostalgic Look at Sandlot Baseball (Artist with Dean Norman)
    Department: Hits, Runs and An Era
MAD Magazine #123December 1968
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • Mad's Home Movies (Artist with Dean Norman)
    Department: Scream Gems
MAD Magazine #124January 1969
  • A Mad Look at Bugs 'n Worms 'n Things (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Down to Earth
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • You Know You've Really Made It When... (Artist with Frank Ridgeway)
    Department: Status-Sphere
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • A Mad Look at...Frustration (Artist with Jack Kent)
    Department: Food for Thwart
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • Horrifying Cliches 7 (Artist with E. Nelson Bridwell, May Sakami)
    Department: Spooking From Pictures
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • You Know You're Really Overweight When... (Artist with Jack Kent)
    Department: Evaluating the Pound
MAD Magazine #129September 1969
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • The Mad Approach Toward Bridging the Generation Gap (Artist with Earle Doud)
    Department: Chide Psychology
MAD Magazine #130October 1969
  • The Nightmare (Artist with Al Jaffee)
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • You Know You're Really a Nobody When... (Artist with Jack Kent)
    Department: Mistaken Nonentity
MAD Magazine #131December 1969
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • A Nostalgic Look at Dogs (Artist with Dean Norman)
    Department: Mongrel Hoardes
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • Mad's Lifetime Chart of Attitudes and Behaviors (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Stage of Mind
  • You Know You're Really On Your Own When... (Artist with Tom Koch, Gloria L. Rich)
    Department: Defamation of Independence
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • You Know You're Really a Bore When . . . (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Comes the Yawn
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • The Mad Sex Education Primer (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Show and Tell
MAD Magazine #137September 1970
  • Artist with Jack Davis, Sergio Aragonés
    Department: Random Samplings of Reader Mail
  • A Mad Peek Behind The Scenes Of Home Services (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: A Mad Peek Behind The Scenes
MAD Magazine #138October 1970
  • Artist with Jack Davis
    Department: Random Samplings of Reader Mail
  • The Mad Love Book (Artist with George Hart)
    Department: Topical Gags
MAD Magazine #139December 1970
MAD Magazine #140January 1971
  • That'll Be the Day (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Fat Chance
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • You Never Really Get Used to... (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Queasy Does It
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • Horrifying Cliches 9 (Artist with May Sakami)
    Department: Things That Go Bump in the Trite
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • Ordure of the Day (Artist with Ronnie Nathan)
    Department: In the Line of Doody
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • TV, as Viewed by the Animal World (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: Zoo's View
MAD Magazine #145September 1971
  • A Fish Tale (Artist with Al Jaffee)
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
    Department: MAD Magazine
  • The Mad Orthodontia Primer (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Chewing Glum
MAD Magazine #146October 1971
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • Mad Interviews a Typical "Middle American" Family (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Hypocritic Oafs
MAD Magazine #147December 1971
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • Condolence Cards For Business and Professional Tragedies (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Postal Mortems
MAD Magazine #148January 1972
  • Behind the Scenes at an Underground Newspaper (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Inside-Ouch
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • You Know You're Really Grown Up When... (Artist with Alis Ellis)
    Department: Seniority Breeds Content
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • At the Movies (Artist with Sergio Aragonés)
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • When Somebody Says... (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Two-Phrased
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • Mad's Educator of the Year (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Progressive Jazz
MAD Magazine #153September 1972
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • The Mad "Religion in America" Primer (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: A Blessing on All Your Houses
MAD Magazine #154October 1972
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
  • Mad's Ecology Mother Goose (Artist with M. S. Pinkham, Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Our Goose Is Cooked
MAD Magazine #155December 1972
  • The Fairy Godmother (Artist, Colorist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: A Grim Fairy Tale
  • Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home? (Artist)
MAD Magazine #156January 1973
  • A Mad Look at Service Stations (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Pump and Circumstance
  • You Never Can Win With A Bigot! (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: In the Ire of the Beholder
  • Mad Interviews a Typical Liberal Family (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Bleeding Heart Burn
  • Mad "Bugs" the Insect World (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: Insect Asides
  • Mad's Corporate Ecologist of the Year (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Environmentally Disturbed
MAD Magazine #162October 1973
  • Why Kill Yourself? (Artist with Don Edwing)
  • Mad's Summer Camp Owner of the Year (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Bunk Dealers
MAD Magazine #163December 1973
  • A Mad Look at Two Grammar School Generations (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Minor Adjustment
MAD Magazine #164January 1974
  • Customized Mobile Homes (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Roam, Sweet Home
  • Why Kill Yourself? (Artist)
  • Mad Visits The "Realistic School Of Medicine" (Artist with Larry Siegel)
  • A Mad Look at the Gas Shortage (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: Petroleum Jolly
  • Parental Non-Sequiturs (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Shift of Gab
MAD Magazine #169September 1974
  • A Mad Guide to Status Symbols (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Staking Acclaim
MAD Magazine #170October 1974
  • Horrifying Cliches 10 (Artist with May Sakami)
    Department: Spooking from Pictures
MAD Magazine #172January 1975
  • Mad's Poll-Taker of the Year (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Numbers Racket
  • Gulliver's Travails (Artist with Don Edwing)
  • More Modern Fairy Tales (Artist with Don Reilly)
    Department: Grimm Reality
MAD Magazine #177September 1975
MAD Magazine #179December 1975
MAD Magazine #180January 1976
  • Mad's CIA Agent of the Year (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: We're Surrounded By Assassins
  • Great Poems Rewritten to Reflect the Freaky, Greedy, Rotten World of Today (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: The Rhymes We Are A-changing
  • The Castaway (Artist with Al Jaffee)
  • Beat the Recession with These Mad Penny-Pinching Hints (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: Cheap Shots
  • The Princess in the Tower (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: More Scenes We'd Like to See
  • Unweddings of the Future (Artist with Earle Doud)
    Department: An Affair to Dismember
  • Footnotes* to Great Lovers (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: That's Shoe Biz
MAD Magazine #185September 1976
MAD Magazine #186October 1976
  • Mad's Election Year Mother Goose (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Verse of the People
MAD Magazine #187December 1976
  • Mad's "Undercover Revolutionary" of the Year (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Bomb Vivant
MAD Magazine #188January 1977
  • Mad's Christmas Carols for the 1976 Holiday Season (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Season's Bleatings
  • American Jokes They're Telling in Poland (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: The Joke's on U.S.
  • Merry Christmas, Y'all! (Artist)
  • Footnotes* to Literature (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: That's Shoe Biz
  • The Mad Guide to Parental Hang-Ups (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Home Groan
  • When CB-Type Code Language is Used in Other Walks of Life (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Rig-Latin
MAD Magazine #193September 1977
  • More American Jokes They're Telling in Poland (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: The Joke's on U.S.
MAD Magazine #194October 1977
  • Mad's Cliche Killers (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Put Your Funny Where Your Mouth Is
MAD Magazine #195December 1977
MAD Magazine #196January 1978
  • Mad Diplomacy in Every Day Life Situations (Artist with Stan Hart)
  • Mad's "Romance-Love-Relationship" Book (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Heart Failure
  • A Mad Look at Some Legendary Commodes (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • The Mad Book of Odds (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: You Bet Your Life
MAD Magazine #201September 1978
MAD Magazine #202October 1978
  • You're A Genius If... But You're an Idiot If... (Artist with Ed Danko)
MAD Magazine #203December 1978
  • Easily-computed Human Factors (Artist with Dennis Snee)
MAD Magazine #204January 1979
  • Christmas is... (Artist with Tommy Moore)
    Department: Christmas is...
  • Second Opinions in Non-Medical Cases (Artist with Dennis Snee)
  • Parents are Unconstitutional (Artist with Stan Hart)
  • If Children Treated Their Parents the Way Their Parents Treat Them (Artist with Barry Liebmann)
MAD Magazine #209September 1979
  • Mad Salutes One of Our Unsung Household Pets: The Turtle (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
MAD Magazine #210October 1979
  • Why Do We Assume It Makes Sense? (Artist with Tom Koch)
MAD Magazine #211December 1979
MAD Magazine #212January 1980
  • More How Can You Trust... (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: How Can You Trust...
  • A Mad Look at the Silent Thinking Audience (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • Mad Laws Second Edition (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Mad Laws
MAD Magazine #217September 1980
MAD Magazine #218October 1980
  • The Mad Dictionary of Cliche Parental Terms (Artist with Barry Liebmann)
    Department: The Mad Dictionary
MAD Magazine #219December 1980
MAD Magazine #220January 1981
  • Really Important and Relevant Life Spans (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
  • How Can You Possibly Believe... (Artist with George Hart)
  • If the Guinness Book of World Records Dealt With Everyday Life (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
  • Mad's Career-Oriented Mother Goose (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
MAD Magazine #226October 1981
  • Still More American Jokes They're Telling in Poland (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: The Joke's on U.S.
MAD Magazine #227December 1981
  • Good Sounds/Bad Sounds (Artist with Stan Hart)
MAD Magazine #228January 1982
  • The National Parent Test (Artist with Stan Hart)
  • A Mad Guide to Understanding Statistics (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: A Mad Guide
  • Even When You Win...You Lose (Artist with Chris Hart)
  • Mad's ABC's of Writing Successful Exams and Term Papers (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Alphabet Dupe
MAD Magazine #233September 1982
  • Isn't it Suspicious... (Artist with Barry Liebmann)
    Department: Two Sides of the Con
MAD Magazine #234October 1982
  • It's a Thankless Job... (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: A Futile State
MAD Magazine #235December 1982
  • Mad's Real Life Catch-22's (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Boomerangles
MAD Magazine #236January 1983
  • Mad's School Teacher of the Year (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Proctor Scope
  • More Parental Non-Sequiturs (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Shift of Gab
  • Mother Goose Around the World (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Visa Verses
MAD Magazine #241September 1983
  • Are You Sexy? (Artist with Chris Hart)
    Department: How Do You Score?
MAD Magazine #242October 1983
  • Artist with Norman Mingo, Don Martin, Jack Rickard
    Department: Random Samplings of Reader Mail
  • A Mad Guide Of Life's Annoying Little Uncertainties...Or...You're Never Really 100% Sure... (Artist with John Ficarra)
    Department: Topical Satire
MAD Magazine #243December 1983
MAD Magazine #244January 1984
  • Macho Is... (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Virilitease
  • What Parents Think...and What Kids Think... (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Generation Slap
  • Time Flies...Time Drags... (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: The Eerie of Relativity
  • Horrifying Cliches 11 (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Spooking from Pictures
MAD Magazine #249September 1984
  • What's Cute...and What's Not (Artist with Mark A. Dressler)
    Department: Point of You
MAD Magazine #250October 1984
  • Horrifying Sports Cliches (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Spooking From Pictures
MAD Magazine #251December 1984
  • What It Will Be Like When Every Device "Talks" (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: From Bad to Voice
MAD Magazine #252January 1985
  • Mad Percentages (Artist with John Ficarra)
    Department: Fractions Speak Louder Than Words
  • An Instant Guide to American Regional Types (Writer with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Sectional Education
  • The Mad Don't Book Chapter I: What Not To Do At A Funeral (Artist with Charlie Kadau, Joe Raiola)
    Department: Blunder Enlightening
  • The Physical Fitness Mother Goose (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Hickory Dickory Jock
  • Porn in the U.S.A. (Writer with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Blanking in the Dark
  • The Mad Practical Driving Test (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Crash Course
MAD Magazine #257September 1985
  • The Mad Stress Chart (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: Pressure Points
MAD Magazine #258October 1985
  • Practical Computer Programs for Normal Everyday Use (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Dick
MAD Magazine #259December 1985
  • 14 Reasons Why You'll Miss Seeing Halley's Comet (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Alibi in the Sky
MAD Magazine #260January 1986
  • Horrifying Show-Biz Cliches (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Where the Wild Things Star
  • You'd Be Rich If You Had A Nickel... (Artist with Charlie Kadau)
    Department: Common Cents
  • Why 999 Shoppers Out Of 1,000 Never Collect Those Manufacturers' Rebates (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Goof of Purchase
MAD Magazine #265September 1986
  • Mad's Rock Music Predictions (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Great Crystal Balls Of Fire
  • Are You A Good Driver (Artist with John Prete)
    Department: Road Scholar
MAD Magazine #266October 1986
  • The Cosby Show Nasty File (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Scorn on the Cos
MAD Magazine #267December 1986
  • Horrifying Crime Cliches... (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Our Creature Presentation
MAD Magazine #268January 1987
  • More Logical Farewells to Replace the Dreaded Have a Nice Day! Have a Nice Day! Have a Nice Day! Have a... (Artist with Mike Snider)
  • How Do You Rate As A Yuppie? (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Measuring Up-Scale
  • A Mad Look At... People Even Lonelier THan the Maytag Repairman (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Fickle Single Of Fate
  • A Mad Guide to Show Biz Success (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: A Mad Guide to
MAD Magazine #273September 1987
  • Summer Has Arrived When... (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: We're In Heat
MAD Magazine #274October 1987
  • The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Back To The Futile
MAD Magazine #275December 1987
  • It's Really Scary To Think... (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: We THough the Good Fright
MAD Magazine #276January 1988
  • Nationwide Survey Results That Advertisers Never Tell Us About (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Withholding Tacts
  • Every Super Bowl Week You're Sure Of Seeing... (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Certain-Formations
  • Secret Supermarket Rules (Artist with Charlie Kadau)
    Department: Shelf Control
  • New Laws That Congress Should Pass Right Now! Right Now! Right Now! (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Better Legislate Than Never
  • Mad's Comprehensive Modern-Day Disaster, Hazard & Problem Insurance (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Get A Piece of the Schlock
MAD Magazine #281September 1988
  • Really Tough Categories For The $100,000 Pyramid (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Ask Backwards
MAD Magazine #282October 1988
  • A Beginner's Guide To Cartoon Sound Effects (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Schtick It In Your Ear
MAD Magazine #283December 1988
  • Same Words... Different Circumstances! (Artist with John Prete)
    Department: Just a Phrase We're Going Through
  • The MAD Flower Garden (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: The Florist's Prime Evil
MAD Magazine #284January 1989
  • MAD Re-Examines More Wise Old Sayings (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: It Still Doesn't Adage Up
  • More You'd Be Rich If You Had A Nickel... (Artist with Charlie Kadau)
    Department: Common Cents
  • Anonymous Groups That Didn't Make It (Artist with Christopher Hart)
    Department: They Just Didn't Clique
  • The Star Wars Defense System Can't Fail! (Artist with John S. Marshall)
    Department: In Clods We Trust
MAD Magazine #289September 1989
  • More New Laws That Congress Should Pass Right Now! (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Better Legislate Than Never
MAD Magazine #290October 1989
  • MAD Visits a Fat Farm (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Draining the Tubs
MAD Magazine #291December 1989
  • Compu-Doc Self-Service Medical Terminal (Artist, Writer with Floyd Kemske)
    Department: View To An Ill
MAD Magazine #292January 1990
  • The MAD Week (Artist with Charlie Kadau)
    Department: Our Daily Dread
  • Mad Asks: Which Is The Lesser of Two Evils??? (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: A Rotten Pair
  • Some Truly Joyous Things You Could Do If You Hit The Lottery (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Splurge In General
  • Back Cover: Night Deposit (Artist with Don Edwing)
  • All You Need To Know You Learned In Nursery School (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Kiddie Cum Laude
MAD Magazine #297September 1990
  • Mad Visits A Modern Day Law School (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Sliding Down The Barrister
  • Unofficial Yo-Yo Tricks Every Kid Knows (Artist with Dan Birtcher)
    Department: String Fever
MAD Magazine #298October 1990
MAD Magazine #299December 1990
  • Words and Phrases That Left the English Language During the 80's (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Humor in a Vernacular Vein
MAD Magazine #300January 1991
  • A MAD Etiquette Guide For The 90's (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Mind Over Manners
  • A Knack For Phobias (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Another Close Crawl
  • A MAD Look at How Far We’ve Come (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: There’s Always Gloom for Improvement
  • Give It Up! (Artist with John Prete)
    Department: Assuming The Futile Position
  • Modern Day Dinosaurs We Wish Were Extinct (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Frank On A Roll
MAD Magazine #305September 1991
  • America's Traditional Songs as They Sound to Five-Year Olds (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Maim That Tune
MAD Magazine #306October 1991
  • Only When You're Sure No One Is Watching... (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Out Of Sight, Out Of Line
MAD Magazine #307December 1991
  • If Your Home Life Was Reported The Same Way As The Evening News (Artist with Mark d'Amico)
    Department: To Air Is Human
MAD Magazine #308January 1992
  • Games For People Too Old To Play But Who Still Want To Compete (Artist with William T. Raschendorfer)
    Department: Jock Of Ages
  • MAD's Christmas Carols For Modern Times (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Oy To The World
  • The New Benchmarks, Records and Barriers That Mankind Is Rapidly Approaching Part III (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Coming Detractions
  • Horrifying Political Cliches (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Election Fright Returns
  • How To Be Politic'lly Correct (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • Back Cover: Scene: "Smogtex Industries" (Artist with Vincent Deporter)
MAD Magazine #313September 1992
  • 10 Little Candidates (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
MAD Magazine #314October 1992
  • High Tech Excuses For The 90's (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: An Embarrassment Of Richard's
MAD Magazine #315December 1992
  • MAD's Do-It-Yourself Political Speech To Grab Voter Attention (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Rhetor-Ecch
MAD Magazine #316January 1993
  • Greeting Cards That Keep Up With The Times (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • Deviant Editorial Responses To Widely Held Opinions (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Equal Slime
  • "Cops 'N' Robbers" Type Games Played By Today's Modern Kids (Artist with Russ Cooper)
    Department: Opposites Attacked
  • Practical Joke Items For The Pet Hater (Artist with Frank Santopadre)
    Department: When Beast Meets Jest
  • A Mad Look at The Real "Clinton Coalition" (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: A Faction-Packed Adventure
MAD Magazine #321September 1993
  • Advertisement for Subscriptions - Why Kill Yourself? (Artist with Don Edwing)
  • Baseball Card Wars (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: Packs To The Future
MAD Magazine #322October 1993
  • Personality Traits and Genetics Or: Why You Are The Way You Are (Artist with P.J. Madden)
    Department: Why XY Chromosomes
MAD Magazine #323December 1993
  • You Make The Call! (Artist with Mark Hudis)
    Department: Determinator
MAD Magazine #324January 1994
  • Your Show Biz Career Is Definitely In The Dumper When... (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Catch a Sliding Star
MAD Magazine #325February 1994
  • The Conservative Talk Show Host Of The Year (Artist with Chris Hart, Stan Hart)
    Department: Cutting Off a Limbaugh
  • It's a Recession, It's a Depression (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: A Penny Craved Is a Penny Yearned
MAD Magazine #331October 1994
MAD Magazine #332December 1994
  • How TV Networks Can Work Simpson Trial Updates Into Their Regular Programming (Artist with John Boni)
    Department: Court In The Act
MAD Magazine #333January 1995
  • Pre-School Songs for the Real World (Artist with John Boni)
    Department: Tyke Five
  • Only a Republican/Democrat Could Possibly Believe... (Artist with Russ Cooper)
    Department: The Postulation Explosion
  • Back Cover: One Sunny Morning in L.A. (Artist with Don Edwing)
  • If "Do-It-Yourself" Sex Were Taught in Public Schools (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: The Stroke's On You
MAD Magazine #339October 1995
  • Still More Badly Needed Warning Labels for Rock Albums (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: Dis-Claimers
MAD Magazine #340November 1995
  • Gasper (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: My So-Called Afterlife
MAD Magazine #342January 1996
  • Life's Modern Day Little Pleasures (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: An Embarrassment of Richard's
  • Corporate Mergers That Would Do Us All Some Good (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Committing a Synergy
  • Carolwhine Sitting Pretty (Artist with Josh Gordon)
    Department: Cathy Gotswiped
  • Why Kill Yourself? (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Subscription Advertisement
  • Statistical Breakdown of Mad Subscriber Cancellations (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Many Unhappy Returns
  • The Wonderful, Wonderful World of Computers (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: DOS Entertainment
  • Mad's Guide to Health Clubs & Fitness Centers (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: An Embarrassment of Richard's
MAD Magazine #349October 1996
  • Why Kill Yourself? (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Subscription Advertisement
  • Twit-sters (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Stop the Whirl - I want to get off
MAD Magazine #352December 1996
  • Star Blecch Worst Contact (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Kirk Out!
MAD Magazine #354February 1997
  • Back Cover: One Day on the Snowy Plains of Hoth (Artist with Don Edwing)
  • Mad in the Year 2038 - A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at Michael Jordan's Funeral (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: Future Shlock
  • Border Artist
MAD Magazine #361September 1997
  • The Last Word on Jurass-Has-Had-It Park (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Tyrannosaurus Retch
MAD Magazine #364December 1997
  • Border Artist
MAD Magazine #365January 1998
  • Fearless Predictions for 1998 (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: Future Schlock
  • Little Known Facts About Europe's Hottest Tourist Attractions (Artist with Andrew J. Schwartzberg)
    Department: Trip Tease
MAD Magazine #374October 1998
  • Are You A Compulsive Gambler? (Artist with John Prete)
    Department: Playing in the Wager Leagues
  • TV Satire: ‘Sub-Brainy The Teenage Wretch’ [‘Sabrina The Teenage Witch’] (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Generation Hex
MAD Magazine #385September 1999
  • Bumper Stickers That Reflect Real School Life (Artist with Jeff Kruse)
    Department: Topical gags
  • One Fine Day In The Animal Testing Lab (Artist with Michael Gallagher)
MAD Magazine #422October 2002
  • The Real Demographics of Various TV Audiences – Part 3 (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Stat’s Entertainment
  • A “True Red, White & Blue” American Patriot (Artist with Joe Raiola)
    Department: Put Another Ideologue on the Fire
MAD Magazine #434October 2003
  • Self-defeating consequences in modern American Life (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Adding Result to Injury
MAD Magazine #438February 2004
  • MAD's Handy Glossary to the War on Terror (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: Lexicon-Job
  • How gay marriages really affect you (Artist with Barry Liebmann)
    Department: Mad Vow Disease
  • Only a democratcould possibly believe... (Artist with Russ Cooper)
    Department: Tenets, Anyone? Part 1
  • Only a republican clould possibly believe... (Artist with Russ Cooper)
    Department: Tenets, anyone? Part 2
MAD Magazine #445September 2004
MAD Magazine #447November 2004
  • One morning on fifth Avenue (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Minions of Dollars
MAD Magazine #450February 2005
  • Another Morning on Fifth Avenue (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Trump Roast
  • One Fine Morning in Fallujah (Artist with L.P. Ferrante)
    Department: Letting the cat out of the flag
  • One fine morning in Florida (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Trump Roast
  • 9 surefire ways to improve the NBA's lousy image (Artist with Joe Raiola)
    Department: Court Reform
MAD Magazine #457September 2005
MAD Magazine #459November 2005
MAD Magazine #460December 2005
  • One Fine Morning in the Windy City (Artist with Scott Mendenhall)
    Department: Trump Roast
MAD Magazine #461January 2006
  • The 25 worst things about christmas (Artist with Jeff Kruse)
    Department: Yule be sorry
MAD Magazine #462February 2006
  • Liitle known facts, rumors and total fabrications about Cars (Artist with Scott Maiko)
    Department: Take this, jobs and shove it
MAD Magazine #469September 2006
  • Classy ways to celebrate Barry Bonds historic season (Artist with Jacob Lambert)
    Department: And the cheat goes on
MAD Magazine #473January 2007
  • The Fundalini Pages; "Booy Scout Merit Badges for the 21st century", "Britney Spears Publicity Stunts that would really get our attention...", "Fundalini Foto News: Fundalini goes to the Grammys", "Meet the 08 presidential candidates: Senator John McCain", "Spoiled Bratton", "Castro comments", "The fast 5 reasons to upgrade to the new Microsoft Windows Vista OS", "Fundalini Foto News: Fundalini go (Author with Doug Bratton, Jack Syracuse, Rick Tulka, Dick DeBartolo, Frank Santopadre, John Caldwell, Scott Maiko, Charles Akins, Jeff Kruse)
    Department: Random Acts of Mindless
MAD Magazine #481September 2007
  • The Believability & Unbelievability of Harry Potter (Artist with Barry Liebmann)
    Department: Reel to Real
MAD Magazine #482October 2007
MAD Magazine #483November 2007
  • Rejected Hillary Clinton campaign slogans (Artist with Nathaniel Stein)
    Department: The phrase that slays
MAD Magazine #484December 2007
  • The Fundalini Pages: "Fundalini goes to the MTV Video Music Awards", "The Godfrey Report", "Vey to go!", "Meet the 08 presidential candidates - This month: Fred Thompson", "The To-Do List of trouble Helmsley, the dog whi inherited $12 million", "Senator Larry Craigs can not miss mens room pick-up lines", "The Sopranos wins the Emmy", "Fundalini goes to the Emmys", "Political bumber stickers we are (Author with Frank Santopadre, John Caldwell, Garth Gerhart, Hermann Mejia, Matthew A. Cohen, Barry Liebmann, Jack Syracuse, P.C. Vey)
    Department: Random Acts of Mindless
MAD Magazine #486February 2008
  • Things we'll probably overhear at the upcoming Barry Bonds trial... (Artist with Jeff Kruse)
    Department: A Poke in the Lie
MAD Magazine #494October 2008
  • "America's least visited Parks", "The Godfrey Report", "The cover we didn't use", "Show me the monkey", "Celebrity cause of death betting odds: Tila Tequila", "When cover artists haven't read the book", "Fliers recently found under windshield wipers", "A presidential candidate's speech that really says nothing", "Bitterman" (Author with Emily Flake, Paul Gilligan, Darren Johnson, Dick DeBartolo, Garth Gerhart, Bob Staake)
    Department: The Fundalini Pages
MAD Magazine #495November 2008
  • MAD's updated Glossary to the War on terror (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: Lexicon-Job
MAD Magazine #497January 2009
  • It's a good brand name...and a bad brand name... (Artist with Jeff Kruse)
    Department: A new malign of products
  • Unabridged Sports Cliches (Artist with Jacob Lambert)
    Department: Humor in a jock-ular vein
MAD Magazine #548December 2017
  • Horrifying Cliche's Special Trump Edition (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
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