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MAD Magazine • USA • New York
  • Baseball's Hall of Shame (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Spoil-Sports Dept.
  • The Railroad Timetable (Writer)
    Department: Travelers Aid Dept.
  • Why I Left The Army And Became A Civilian (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Section 8 Dept.
  • Vending Machines of The Future (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Out of Order Dept.
  • MAD Tickets (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Show-Off Dept.
  • MAD Coats of Arms (Writer with Frank Kelly Freas)
    Department: Ye Olde Heraldry Dept.
  • $ucce$$ $tory (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Healthy Competition Dept.
  • The Mad Dog's Shopping Mart (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Fido-Re-Mi Dept.
MAD Magazine #35October 1957
  • Cars To Match Careers (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Ask The Man Who Owns One Dept.
  • MAD Beats The Heat (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Tell-Tale Stain Dept.
  • How To Crop A Photo (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Double Exposure Dept.
  • MAD's Up-To-Date Sky (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Twinkle Twinkle Dept.
  • How To Read Your Palm (Writer with Reed Crandall)
    Department: The Old Skin Game Dept.
MAD Magazine #36December 1957
  • TV Movies With Built-In Commercials (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: The Pause That Depresses Dept.
  • The Nursery News (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Child Bites Dog Dept.
  • A Martian Field Guide To U.S. Wild Life - 1957 Edition (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Do Not Feed Or Annoy Dept.
MAD Magazine #37January 1958
  • Distinctive Rejection Slips (Writer)
    Department: Punch In The No's Dept.
  • Scenes We'd Like To See: The Bank Examiner (Writer with Joe Orlando, George Mandel)
    Department: Hollywood Dept.
  • MAD Goes Hi Fi (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Sound Thinking Dept.
  • The Seven Blunders Of The World (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: We Couldn't Think of A Dept.
  • Crazy Mixed-Up Mismatched Matchbook Covers (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Close Cover Before Reading Dept.
  • Nobody Has Any Fun At Parties (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Likewise I'm Sure Dept.
  • MAD Looks At Endorsements (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Money Talks Dept.
  • Typewriters To Fit Your Trade (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: The Key To Success Dept.
  • Party Games (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Play's The Thing Dept.
  • Why I Changed My Job (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Opportunity Knocks Dept.
  • MAD Dogs And Their Owners (Writer with Frank Kelly Freas)
    Department: How Now Bow-Wow Dept.
  • Initials That Describe The Name (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Much Abbreviated Drivel Dept.
  • Pravda (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Black And White, And Red All Over Dept.
  • Future "Of-The-Month" Clubs (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Join In Haste, Repent At Leisure Dept.
  • Coast-To-Coast For $16.75 (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: A Fare To Remember Dept.
MAD Magazine #41September 1958
  • Rare Old Magazines (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Look In The Yellowed Pages Dept.
  • Snob Appeal vs Slob Appeal (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Lower The Pitch Dept.
MAD Magazine #42November 1958
  • Houses To Match Your Personality (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Frame of Mind Dept.
MAD Magazine #43December 1958
  • The MAD Halloween Trick-Or-Treatment (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Hobble Them Goblins Dept.
  • Misleading Headlines (Writer)
    Department: Extra! Extra! Dept.
  • Coming Musicals (Writer with Larry Siegel, Bob Clarke)
    Department: And Then I Wrote Dept.
MAD Magazine #44January 1959
  • The Coming Attractions...Don't Always Show Exactly What's Coming! (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Sneaky Prevues Dept.
  • International Advertising (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Globaloney Dept.
  • Custom-Made Christmas Cards (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: X-Missles Dept.
  • How To Read Graphs (Writer with Al Feldstein, Joe Orlando)
    Department: Grid And Bear It Dept.
  • TV Commercials To Match The Show (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: So It Won't Upset Your Stomach Dept.
  • Bu$ine$$ Valentines (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: First Love Dept.
  • How High-Class Magazines Can Use Low-Class Pictures (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Increase The Circulation Dept.
  • How To Choose And Train Your Master (Writer with Robert Margroff, George Woodbridge)
    Department: A Doghouse Is Not A Home Dept.
  • If Famous Authors Wrote The Comics (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: High Flown Balloons Dept.
  • Mother's Day Cards From Special People (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Mom's The Word Dept.
  • Future Halls Of Fame (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow Dept.
  • Movie Posters For Packing In Every Type Of Audience (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Film-Flam Dept.
  • First Aid Handbook (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: One Good Tourniquet Deserves Another Dept.
  • Comic Strip Heroes (Taken From Real Life) (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Famous Funnies Dept.
  • The Daily Optimist (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: On The Sunny Side of The Sheet Dept.
  • On-The-Job Marching Songs (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: 4/4 Time-And-A-Half Dept.
  • How A Television Script is Born (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: And Then I Re-Wrote Dept.
MAD Magazine #49September 1959
  • MAD Looks At Book Clubs (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Readin' And Writhin' Dept.
  • Half-Finished Billboards (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Fun For The Road Dept.
MAD Magazine #50October 1959
  • Where Song-Writers Get Their Inspiration (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: No Muse Is Good Muse Dept.
  • Practical Greeting Cards (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Maybe Happy Returns Dept.
MAD Magazine #51December 1959
  • Advertising Slogans Will Replace Everyday Conversations (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Gray Flannel-Mouth Dept.
  • The MAD Guide To Handwriting Analysis (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Scrawl's Well That Reads Well Dept.
  • Grandstand Football (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Way Off-Side Dept.
MAD Magazine #52January 1960
  • Sure-Fire 1959 Christmas Songs (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Cash 'N Carol Dept.
  • The First Edition / The Second Edition / The Final Edition (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Editorial Wheeze Dept.
  • Personalized Merchandising (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: What's In A Name Brand Dept.
  • Valentines To People We've Fallen Out of Love With (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Change of Heart Dept.
  • Garbage (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: A Heap 'O Livin' Dept.
  • Distinctive Picket Lines (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Workers Of The World, Rewrite! Dept.
  • I.B.M. Cards (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Punch And Booty Dept.
  • Mother's Day Cards (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Panned Parenthood Dept.
  • How Publicity Works (Writer with Bob Clarke, Joe Orlando)
    Department: Bilking It Dry Dept.
  • The MAD "Comic" Opera (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Song Of India Ink Dept.
MAD Magazine #57September 1960
  • Documentary Records (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Sounds of our Crimes Dept.
  • If Magazines Carried Comic Strips (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Comic Relief Dept.
  • Reproportioning Photographs for Fun and Mainly Profit (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Stretching the Truth Dept.
MAD Magazine #58October 1960
  • The "Violence Trend" on TV (Writer with Mort Drucker, Sy Reit, Dave Berg, Larry Siegel)
    Department: 21-Inch Scream Dept.
  • Successful Merchandising (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: A Profit Without Honor Dept.
  • Mad's 1960 Political Alphabet Book (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Caps And Robbers Dept.
MAD Magazine #59December 1960
  • How to Get Complete Newspaper Coverage (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Slob the Press Dept.
  • New Service Organizations for a Lazy America (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Take It Lying Down Dept.
MAD Magazine #60January 1961
  • The European Tourists' Guide to the United States (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Ist Das Nicht Der U.S.A. Dept.
  • How to Make Dull Reading Matter Interesting (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: No-Humdrum Dept.
  • Up to Date Names for Rockets and Missiles (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Out to Launch Dept.
  • How To Improve America's Prestige Abroad (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Uncle Semantics Dept.
  • The Business of Baseball (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Diamonds Are a Boy's Best Friend Dept.
  • Bedtime Stories As Told by Job-Conscious Fathers (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Once-Upon-A-Time-And-A-Half-Dept.
MAD Magazine #65September 1961
  • Television Programs Aimed at Late, Late Audiences (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Morning Becomes Electric Dept.
  • Alfred's Poor Almanac (Writer)
  • Fight Songs For Schools That Can't Afford Major Sports (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Siss-Boom-Blah Dept.
  • Model Building Kits for Adults (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Hobby Horse-ing Around Dept.
  • Alfred's Poor Almanac (Writer)
  • Alfred's Poor Almanac (Writer)
  • South Chicago (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Cops and Rodgers Dept.
  • Alfred's Poor Almanac (Writer)
MAD Magazine #73September 1962
  • Alfred's Poor Almanac (Writer)
MAD Magazine #74October 1962
  • Alfred's Poor Almanac (Writer)
  • Labor Day Cards From Management to Labor (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Executive Suite-Talk Dept.
  • When Newspaper Editors Go on Vacation (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Stop-Gap the Presses Dept.
  • If They Had Summer Replacements in Every Day Life (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Switch-Craft Dept.
MAD Magazine #75December 1962
  • Alfred's Poor Almanac (Writer)
  • Mad's 1962 Football Roundup (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Varsity Dregs Dept.
MAD Magazine #76January 1963
  • Alfred's Poor Almanac (Writer)
  • Seeing Isn't Always Believing (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Photo-play Dept.
  • Mad's Merry Christmas Happy New Year Alphabet Book (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Yule-O-Gee Dept.
  • Mad's 1963 All-Inclusive Magazine Calendar (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Palming Off the Dates Dept.
  • The Mad Guide to Astrology (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Proceed According to Planet Dept.
  • East Side Story (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: U.N., the Night, and the Music Dept.
  • Father's Day Cards From Special People (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Pop's Corn Dept.
MAD Magazine #82October 1963
MAD Magazine #83December 1963
  • Government Greeting Cards (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Add Verse and Consent Dept.
MAD Magazine #84January 1964
  • Future Singing TV Commercials (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: The Melody Jingles On Dept.
  • Mannie Get Your Ghoul (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Downbeast Dept.
  • Famous Protest Campaigns (Writer with Stan Hart, Bob Clarke)
    Department: And the Bans Played On Dept.
  • Insecurity is a Pair of Loose Swim Trunks (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Good Grief Dept.
  • When This Trend Towards "Understanding" Gets Out of Hand (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: The Error of Good Feeling Dept.
  • If Magazine Ads Spoke the Language of the Magazines (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Ad-Itorial Dept.
  • The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A. (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr., Larry Siegel)
    Department: Talk of the Town Dept.
  • Comics For Publications That Don't Have Comics (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Someday Supplement Dept.
MAD Magazine #89September 1964
MAD Magazine #90October 1964
MAD Magazine #91December 1964
  • The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Washington, D.C. (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr., Larry Siegel)
    Department: Talk of the Town Dept.
  • When Today's Celebrities Become Tomorrow's Historical Heroes (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Hysterical Fiction Dept.
MAD Magazine #92January 1965
  • The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Miami Beach (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr., Larry Siegel)
    Department: Talk of the Towns Dept.
  • When They Advertise Liquor on TV (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Singing the Booze Dept.
  • Mad's Seed and Garden Catalog (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Hoe-Hum Dept.
MAD Magazine #97September 1965
MAD Magazine #98October 1965
  • Fight Songs For the Common Man (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Battle Hymns of the Public Dept.
MAD Magazine #99December 1965
  • A Mad Guide to the Wildlife of Our American Highways (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Asphalt Jungle-Animals Dept.
MAD Magazine #100January 1966
  • Future Broadway Musicals (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Tune Up the Volume Dept.
  • Mad's "Lifetime - - People" Chart (Writer)
    Department: Declaration of Dependence Dept.
  • Advertising Campaigns With Ulterior Motives (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Underhand Pitch Dept.
  • Mixing Personal Politics with Careers (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Party Poopers Dept.
MAD Magazine #106October 1966
  • Obituaries for Comic Strip Characters (Writer)
    Department: R.I.P. Kirby Dept
MAD Magazine #107December 1966
  • The Mad Comic Strip Characters' Forum on Current Affairs (Writer with Dotty Brooks, Bob Clarke)
    Department: See You in the Funny White Papers Dept.
MAD Magazine #108January 1967
  • Football as Covered by Other Publications (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Punt of View Dept.
  • Announcements For Everything (Writer)
    Department: Mad Takes Pleasure in Presenting This Dept.
  • Mad School Songs For Everyday Activities (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Siss...Boom...Blah Dept.
  • Comic Strip Heroes Taken From Real Life (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Famous Funnies Dept.
  • The Rating (Writer with Bruce Stark)
    Department: Poe-Mortem Dept.
  • Fantastic Voyages Based on Everyday Experiences (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Mini-Ha-Ha's Dept.
  • The Mad Song Textbook (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Readin' and Writin' and Rhythm...metic Dept.
MAD Magazine #113September 1967
  • If Famous Poets Had Written "Mother Goose" (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: From the Sub-Rhyme to the Ridiculous Dept.
  • Mad's All-Inclusive, Do-It-Yourself Vietnam Newspaper Story (Writer)
    Department: Selective Wire-Service Dept.
  • America The Beautiful - - Revisited (Writer with Max Brandel)
    Department: A Hymn to Disgrace Dept.
MAD Magazine #115December 1967
  • When the Hertz-Avis Rivalry Really Gets Out of Hand (Writer)
    Department: 2 Against 1 Dept.
MAD Magazine #116January 1968
  • The Mad Library of Extremely Thin Books (Writer)
    Department: Narrow-Minded Dept.
  • Mad Valentines to Celebrities (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Heart-Burns Dept.
  • Songs of Wealth, Possessions, Greed, Property and Creeping Materialism (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Status Woe Dept.
MAD Magazine #123December 1968
  • Adventures of The Red Baron or Happiness ist ein Kleine Kaput Beagle (Writer with Bob Muccio, Jack Rickard)
    Department: Hang On Snoopy Dept.
  • Can a Lot (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Knight-Schtick Dept.
  • Mad's Academy Awards For World Celebrities (Writer with Max Brandel)
    Department: Award to the Wise-Guys Dept.
MAD Magazine #124January 1969
  • Casey at the Dice (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Oy-Vegas Dept.
  • Songs of Crime, Violence, War, Hate, Bigotry, the Lunatic Fringe, and All-Around Ecchiness (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Hate-to-the-Bar Dept.
  • The Mad Poetry Round Robin (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Shifting into Re-Verse Dept.
  • If Comic Characters Were Psychoanalyzed (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Pen and "Shrink" Dept.
  • Further Adventures of the Red Baron, or "Security Ist Ein Grounded Beaglehundt" (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Herr of the Dog Dept.
  • The Guru of Ours (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Pot at the End of the Rainbow Dept.
  • A Mad Nature Study Guide (Writer with Max Brandel)
    Department: Fair Game Dept.
  • Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Protest Newspaper Story (Writer)
    Department: Picket Yourself Dept.
  • Some "Greeting Cards to the Newlyweds" We'd Like to See (Writer with David Hunter, Bob Clarke)
    Department: For Better or Verse Dept.
MAD Magazine #129September 1969
  • Mad Origami Zoo of Cliche Creatures (Writer with Guiseppe Baggi)
    Department: Ecchology Dept.
  • The Mad Primer of Bigots, Extremists and Other Loose Ends (Writer with Jack Davis, Stan Hart)
    Department: It Must Have Been Something They Hate Dept.
MAD Magazine #130October 1969
  • Mad's 1969 College Riot Preview (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Brawls of Ivy Dept.
  • The Mad Book of Etiquette and Good Manners (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Good Conduct Ribbin' Dept.
MAD Magazine #132January 1970
  • The Month Before Christmas (Writer with Don Martin)
    Department: Gift-rapping Dept.
  • Mad's Lifetime Chart of Attitudes and Behaviors (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Stage of Mind Dept.
  • I Remember, I Remember the Wondrous Woodstock Music Fair (Writer with Sergio Aragonés)
    Department: Splendor on the Grass Dept.
  • Mad's Up-Dated Modern Day Mother Goose (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Rhymes of the Times Dept.
  • Mad's Condonence Cards for Life's Other Tragedies (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Postal Mortems Dept.
  • Obituaries for Traditions, Pasttimes and Other Dying-Out Landmarks of the American Way of Life (Writer with Norman Mingo)
    Department: Of Grave Concern Dept.
  • The Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Scenes We'd Like to See
MAD Magazine #137September 1970
  • If The World's Greatest Painters Drew The Comics (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Topical Satire
MAD Magazine #138October 1970
  • A Sports Fan's Garden Of Verses (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Poem parody
  • Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself TV premiere Newspaper Story (Writer)
    Department: Mad's Do-It-Yourself
MAD Magazine #139December 1970
MAD Magazine #140January 1971
  • Mad's Christmas Carols for the 1970 Season (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Follow the Bouncing Christmas Ball Dept.
  • Marching Songs for Crusaders, Militants and Assorted, Sundry Non-Conformists (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Parade Unrest Dept.
  • The Psychology of Snoring (Writer)
    Department: Sleeper Play Dept.
  • West Coast Story (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Extremist Unction Dept.
  • On a Clear Day You Can See a Funny Girl Singing 'Hello Dolly' Forever (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: At the Beak of Her Career Dept.
  • Mothers Day Cards From the "Now" Generation (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Oedipus Nix Dept.
  • Incredible Occult Magazine (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Seer-Suckers Dept.
MAD Magazine #145September 1971
  • That Sinking Feeling... (Writer with Max Brandel)
    Department: Abandon Ship of State! Dept.
  • Greeting Cards for the Sexual Revolution (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Wow "Now" Cards Dept.
MAD Magazine #146October 1971
MAD Magazine #147December 1971
  • Condolence Cards For Business and Professional Tragedies (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Postal Mortems Dept.
  • The New Army (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Gung Ho-Hum Dept.
MAD Magazine #148January 1972
  • If the Characters in "Peanuts" Aged Like Ordinary People (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Adding a New Wrinkle Dept.
  • When Madison Avenue Appeals to Extremists (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Hard-Core-Sell Dept.
  • Mad's Rhyming Guide to Pro Football (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Pros and Poetry Dept.
  • Harry Grepser's New Years Resolutions (Writer)
    Department: Swear Today, Gone Tomorrow Dept.
  • Distinctive Birth Announcements (Writer)
    Department: Crib Notes Dept.
  • The White House Follies of '72 (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Big Time Operetta Dept.
  • Ads That Turn People Off (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: A Discouraging Word from Our Sponsor Dept.
  • When TV Makes Full Use of Howard Cosell (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Spoil-Sport Dept.
  • Mad's Songbook For the '72 Candidates (Writer with Dave Gantz)
    Department: Strike Up The Bandwagon Dept.
MAD Magazine #153September 1972
  • Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Labor Dispute Newspaper Story (Writer)
    Department: Picket Yourself Dept.
  • A Microscopic Look at Modern-Day Bacteria (Writer with Bob Clarke, Max Brandel)
    Department: The Malady Lingers On Dept.
MAD Magazine #154October 1972
MAD Magazine #155December 1972
  • Howard at the Mike (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Sports-Blaster Dept.
MAD Magazine #156January 1973
  • Antenna on the Roof (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Fiddler Made a Goof Dept.
  • If Today's Celebrities Answered Virginia's Letter About Santa Claus (Writer)
    Department: Ask a Stupid Question ... Dept.
  • Profitable Football News (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Field Gold Dept.
  • You Never Can Win With A Bigot! (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: In the Ire of the Beholder Department
  • Distinctive Wedding Announcements (Writer)
    Department: Ball-and-Chain Letters Dept.
  • A Mad Look at Sheet Music (Writer with Max Brandel)
    Department: One Picture Is Worth 1000 Words & Music Dept.
MAD Magazine #161September 1973
  • Fairy Tales Continued (Writer)
    Department: Twice Upon a Time Dept.
  • Protest Songs For Life's Everyday Complaints (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Refrain in the Neck Dept.
MAD Magazine #162October 1973
  • Old Standards Rewritten for the Liberated Woman (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Liberal in the Family Dept.
MAD Magazine #164January 1974
  • Mad's 1973 Christmas Poem (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Holiday Jeer Dept.
  • "I Want You" Posters Starring Today's Celebrities (Writer with Jack Rickard)
  • Unavoidable Exercises For The Urban Dweller (Writer with Al Jaffee)
  • If People Were Labeled Like Products (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Mal-Contents Dept.
  • My Fair Laddie (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Male Chauvinist Pig-Malion Dept.
  • Singable Theme Songs for TV Shows (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Strike Up the Bland Dept.
  • Alfred's Poor Almanac (Writer with John Putnam)
  • A Mad Medical Report (Writer with Irving Schild)
MAD Magazine #170October 1974
  • Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Impeachment Newspaper Story (Writer)
    Department: Setting a President Dept.
  • Alfred's Poor Almanac (Writer)
  • If Other Celebrities Hosted "The Miss America Pageant" (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Detouring the Parks' Way Dept.
MAD Magazine #171December 1974
  • Alfred's Poor Almanac (Writer)
  • Bible Rave (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Upping the Prophets Dept.
MAD Magazine #172January 1975
  • Alfred's Poor Almanac (Writer)
  • If the World of Yesterday Faced the Conditions of Today (Writer)
    Department: Hysteria Repeats Itself Dept.
  • Picture Road Signs We'd Like to See (Writer with Bob Clarke, Al Jaffee)
    Department: The Symbol Truth Dept.
  • The Mad "Good News - Bad News" Book (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Flip/Flops Dept.
  • Additions to the Dictionary (Writer)
    Department: Neumanclature Dept.
  • What's Entertainment? (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Best Footage Forward Dept.
  • In-Case-of-Emergency Cards for Special People (Writer)
    Department: Fright Instructors Dept.
  • Back Cover: Occupancy By More Than 3 Billion People is Dangerous and Should Be Unlawful (Writer)
MAD Magazine #177September 1975
MAD Magazine #178October 1975
  • A Collection of Distinctive... Business and Social Cards ...For the Mad World of Today (Writer)
    Department: The Game of the Name Department
MAD Magazine #179December 1975
  • U.S. Commemorative Stamps That We'll Never See (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Philatelic Like It Is Dept.
  • Great Poems Rewritten to Reflect the Freaky, Greedy, Rotten World of Today (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: The Rhymes We Are A-changing Dept.
  • Exciting Abbreviations for Low Glamor Jobs (Writer with William McCole, Jack Rickard)
    Department: Initial Impression Dept.
  • The Alfred E. Neuman University Competitive Hard-Sell 1976 Catalogue (Writer with David Reagan, Bob Clarke, Irving Schild)
    Department: Facultease Dept.
  • New Musicals Based on Big Movies (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Thar's Gold in Them Thar Trills Dept.
MAD Magazine #185September 1976
MAD Magazine #186October 1976
  • Keep On Trekkin': The Mad "Star Trek" Musical (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Spock 'n' Roll Dept.
  • The Neuman Book of World Records...that Led to Lesser-known Follow-up Records (Writer with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Smelly Feats Dept.
  • Mad's Election Year Mother Goose (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Verse of the People Dept.
MAD Magazine #187December 1976
  • The Bauble Hymn of the Republic (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: Buy-Centennial Dept.
MAD Magazine #188January 1977
  • Mad's Christmas Carols for the 1976 Holiday Season (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Season's Bleatings Dept.
  • The Mad Clearance Catalog of Unwanted Articles, Features, Gimmicks and Premises (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Publisher's Over-schlock Dept.
  • The Literary Yellow Pages (Writer)
    Department: Consult Your Classicfied Dept.
  • American Jokes They're Telling in Poland (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: The Joke's on U.S. Dept.
  • Mad "Death" Announcements (Writer)
    Department: Mourning Glories Dept.
  • When You're Poor...and...When You're Rich (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Status Quotes Dept.
  • Distinctive Mad Epitaths (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Shticks on Stones Dept.
  • When CB-Type Code Language is Used in Other Walks of Life (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Rig-Latin Dept.
  • Government Checks for Not Doing Anything (Writer with Elaine Dunn)
    Department: Parity Begins at Home Dept.
MAD Magazine #193September 1977
  • More American Jokes They're Telling in Poland (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: The Joke's on U.S. Dept.
  • Casey at the Talks (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: How Much Is on First? Dept.
MAD Magazine #194October 1977
  • The Daily Rhyme (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Muse Paper Dept.
  • Obituraries for TV Show Characters (Writer)
    Department: Character Assassination Dept.
MAD Magazine #195December 1977
  • Here's a Mad Look at the Carter Administration Speaking from Pictures (Writer)
  • The Mad Like... Love... Hate Book (Writer with Marilyn Ippolito, Paul Coker, Jr.)
  • Decision-making Dart Boards for Celebrities (Writer with William McCole, Bob Clarke)
  • Mad Warranty Issue Number 195 (Writer)
MAD Magazine #196January 1978
  • Hospital (Writer with Bob Clarke)
  • If Public Services Were Run Like Private Enterprise (Writer with Jack Rickard)
  • White House Follies of 1977 (Writer with Mort Drucker)
  • Mad's "Romance-Love-Relationship" Book (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Heart Failure Dept.
  • Ten Little Businessmen (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: There Goes the Neighborhood Dept.
  • When Those "Old-Time Comic Strips" Follow the New Wave, Cerebral "Doonesbury" Trend (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Tried and Trudeau Dept.
MAD Magazine #202October 1978
  • Bubble Gum Cards that Reveal the Real, Human Side of Athletes (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Bubble Gum Cards
MAD Magazine #203December 1978
  • The Force and I - The Mad "Star Wars" Musical (Writer with Mort Drucker)
  • If Sesame Street Branched out into Specialized Avenues of Education (Writer with Jack Davis)
MAD Magazine #204January 1979
  • If Someone Today Received Those Gifts on "The Twelve Days of Christmas" (Writer with Billy Doherty)
MAD Magazine #210October 1979
  • The Ring and I (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Lord of the Rings
  • Mad's All Inclusive Do-It-Yourself "Dear John Letter" (Writer)
    Department: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself
MAD Magazine #211December 1979
  • The Gift (Writer with Bob Jones)
  • The Mad Overrated-Underrated Book (Writer)
  • The Jogger, With Apologies to Edgar Allan Poe (Writer with Jack Davis)
  • Mad Laws (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Mad Laws
  • Election Year Jabberwocky (Writer with Angelo Torres)
  • Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Energy Crisis Newspaper Story (Writer)
    Department: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself
  • Mad Laws Second Edition (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Mad Laws
MAD Magazine #217September 1980
  • Mad's Up-Dated Relevant, Do-It-Yourself: America the Beautiful (Writer)
  • Mad's "They" and "You" Book (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
  • Horror Movies Based on Everyday Disasters (Writer with Jack Rickard, Mike Snider)
MAD Magazine #219December 1980
MAD Magazine #220January 1981
  • If "Hollywood Hype" Were Used for Everyday Dramatic Occasions (Writer with Jack Rickard)
  • Now Playing... at the White House (Writer)
    Department: Now Playing
  • Rhyming Ads (Writer with Bob Clarke)
  • If the Guinness Book of World Records Dealt With Everyday Life (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
  • Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Mid-East Newspaper Story (Writer)
    Department: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself
  • Mad's Airline President of the Year (Writer with George Woodbridge)
  • Mad's Really Relevant Book of Lists (Writer)
  • Mad's Career-Oriented Mother Goose (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
MAD Magazine #226October 1981
  • Superduperman II (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: All Men Are Creating Sequels Dept.
  • Thought Patterns for Real-Life Every-Day Situations (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: Balloony Tunes Dept.
  • Still More American Jokes They're Telling in Poland (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: The Joke's on U.S. Dept.
  • Roadside Plaques That We Never Waited Around to Finish Reading (Writer with Jack Rickard, W.G. Will)
    Department: Tourist Distractions Dept.
MAD Magazine #228January 1982
  • If the Underworld Were Allowed to Advertise (Writer with Jack Rickard)
  • Whatever Became of...? (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Whatever Became of...?
  • The "Star Wars" Log: The Master Plan for Future Space Films (Writer with Harry North)
  • The Cube and I (Writer)
  • Mad's Occult Promoter of the Year (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: There's a Fraud in your Future Dept.
MAD Magazine #233September 1982
  • The Second Edition of the Mad Overrated Underrated Book (Writer)
    Department: Acclaim Jumping Dept.
  • Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Country Western Song (Writer)
    Department: Good Ol' Noise Dept.
  • A 21st Century Guide to American Wildlife (Writer with Bob Jones)
    Department: Future Flock Dept.
MAD Magazine #234October 1982
  • Marching Songs Now that the Armed Forces are Co-ed (Writer with Mary Joan Chini, Jack Rickard)
    Department: Battle Hymns for Hers Dept.
  • Commemorative Stamps That Tell it Like it Really Is (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Post Roasties Dept.
MAD Magazine #236January 1983
  • Mottos, Oaths, Inscriptions, Etc. Rewritten For Special Interest Groups (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Political Satire
  • A Mad Guide To The Anatomy Of The Human Body Based On The Comics (Writer with Sergio Aragonés, Jack Rickard)
    Department: Comic Strip Satire
  • If Famous Poets had to Make a Living Today (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Rhyme Marches On Dept.
  • The U.S. Video Game Olympic Team (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Shooting Stars Dept.
  • Personalized License Plates for Fictional and Historical Characters (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Bumper Crap Dept.
  • Picture Signs for all Occasions (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: A Symbol-Minded Idea Dept.
  • Mother Goose Around the World (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Visa Verses Dept.
MAD Magazine #241September 1983
  • Merchandising We're Almost Sure to See...and Hate (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Sales Pits Dept.
MAD Magazine #242October 1983
  • Mad's Video Game Arcade Owner Of The Year (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Mad Interview
  • Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Peanuts Comic Strip (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Mad's Do-It-Yourself
  • Poetic Tributes To People Who Wouldn't Ordinarily Get Them (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: Mad Poetry
MAD Magazine #243December 1983
  • Mad's Aptitude Test Number One: Will You Make a Good Doctor? (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: B.S.A.T. Dept.
  • Talking Cars of the Future (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Audio-Mobiles Dept.
  • If Certain Celebrities Married...What Would Their Children be Like (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Designed Genes Dept.
MAD Magazine #244January 1984
  • Famous Quotations - - and How the People Back Then Reacted to Them (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: Past-Asides Dept.
  • Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself "Jingle Bells" (Writer)
    Department: The Rhymes They Are A Changing Dept.
  • Mad's Aptitude Test Number Two: Will You Make a Good Teacher? (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: BS.A.T. Dept.
  • Mad's Aptitude Test Number Three: Will You Make a Good Athlete? (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: B.S.A.T. Dept.
  • Hospital Bulletin Board (Writer with Irving Schild)
    Department: Off the Wall Dept.
  • Mafia Outlet Bureau 1984 Shop-by-Mail Catalog (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Offers You Can't Refuse Dept.
  • Additions to the Dictionary (Writer)
    Department: Neumanclature Dept.
  • Horrifying Cliches 11 (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Spooking from Pictures Dept.
  • Telephone Answering Machine Messages for Some Famous Literary Characters (Writer)
    Department: To Beep...or Not To Beep Dept.
MAD Magazine #249September 1984
  • If the Real World of Today Caught Up with the Comics (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Cartooning In Dept.
  • The Sham-Jock Catalog (Writer with James Kasmir, Bob Clarke)
    Department: Sweat Sucks! Dept.
MAD Magazine #250October 1984
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts! (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: RIP, please! Dept.
  • Horrifying Sports Cliches (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Spooking From Pictures Dept.
MAD Magazine #251December 1984
  • The TV Prime-Time Graveyard (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Dropped Dead Dept.
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts! (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: RIP, please! Dept.
MAD Magazine #252January 1985
  • Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself New Medical Breakthrough Newspaper Story (Writer)
    Department: Pill in the Blanks Dept.
  • Poems... To Inspire You and Bring Hope to Your Heart and Make You Feel a Whole Lot Better (Writer)
    Department: Cheery-Odes Dept.
  • The Mad Chain Letter (Writer)
    Department: Post Waste Department
  • An Instant Guide to American Regional Types (Artist with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Sectional Education Department
  • If You Walk Down A Dark Street (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Opt-Tickles Department
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts! (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Rip, Please! Department
  • Rock Video Produced By Pressure Groups (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Rock Around the Bloc Department
  • Mad's Aptitude Test Number Seven Will You Make A Good Rock Star? (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: B-S.A.T. Department
  • The Physical Fitness Mother Goose (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Hickory Dickory Jock Department
  • Mad's Talking Stamps (Writer)
    Department: Post-Mocked Department
  • The Mad 7-Point Plan For... Balancing the Budget...And Wiping Out the National Debt (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Dollars and Senseless Department
  • Porn in the U.S.A. (Artist with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Blanking in the Dark Department
  • If Advertisers Made Use Of Old Masters (Writer)
    Department: Canvassing Business Department
MAD Magazine #257September 1985
  • Woodstock 1969 Woodstock Revisted (Writer with Sergio Aragonés)
    Department: Hippie-Critical Department
MAD Magazine #258October 1985
  • Goons, They Know How It's Done (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Hoax-a-Mania Dept.
  • Casey at the Byte (Writer with Don Martin)
    Department: Designated Hacker Dept.
MAD Magazine #259December 1985
  • And Now Mad Salutes All the Ladies Who Pump Iron With... Superior Girl (Writer with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Dumbelles Department
MAD Magazine #260January 1986
  • Traveler's Blues (Writer with Harvey Kurtzman, Bill Elder)
    Department: Frey the Unfriendly Skies Department
  • Horrifying Show-Biz Cliches (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Where the Wild Things Star Department
  • Mad's Really Relevant Book Of Lists Volume 2 (Writer)
    Department: Compiling It On and On Department
  • Mad's Aptitude Test Number Six Will You Make A Good Psychiatrist? (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: A Freudian Script Department
  • The Real-Life Tell-It-Like-It-Is Dr. Seuss (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: The Cat Is Old Hat Department
  • Violent Mother Goose (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Drawing Verse Blood Department
  • All-White Song (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: From Gags To Richie Department
  • Jello (Writer with Don Edwing)
    Department: From Gags To Richie Department
  • When the Coke/Pepsi Rivalry Gets Out Of Hand (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: A Hard Act To Swallow Department
MAD Magazine #265September 1986
  • The Reagan (Writer with Gerry Gersten)
    Department: Rich Man, Poe Man Department
MAD Magazine #266October 1986
  • TV Theme Songs (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: The Malady Lingers On Department
MAD Magazine #267December 1986
  • Horrifying Crime Cliches... (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Our Creature Presentation Department
MAD Magazine #268January 1987
  • The Far-Out Ride of Edwin Meese (Writer with Gerry Gersten)
  • The Mad Richter Scale for Human Beings (Writer with Al Jaffee)
  • Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Rock Concert Newspaper Story (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Reported In Front Of A Live Audience Department
MAD Magazine #273September 1987
  • Celebrities In Space (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Star's Trek
MAD Magazine #274October 1987
  • LA Lewd (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Law and Ardor
  • Obituaries For Merchandising Characters (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Requiem Mass-Cot
  • In The Beginning... (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Altar Egos
MAD Magazine #275December 1987
  • The Ballad Of Dr. Ruth (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Frank On A Roll Department
  • Head of the Crass (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Teacher's Pest Department
MAD Magazine #276January 1988
  • The Wretches Of Ecchflick (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Deviled Ham and Scrambled Legs Department
  • Two For the Road (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Frank On A Roll Department
  • Sad (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Frank On A Roll Department
  • The Movie Sequel Graveyard (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Better Dead Than Bled Department
  • Mad's UPC Symbol Explained (Writer)
    Department: The Scanish Inquisition Department
  • Mad Looks At Handshakes (Writer with Al Jaffee)
    Department: All Jaffee Department
  • All-Purpose Video Game Instructions Kit (Writer with Harvey Kurtzman)
    Department: Joy-Schtick Department
  • Schwarzenegger (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Frank On A Roll Department
  • Mad's Plan For Improving Movie Theatres (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: Gall of the House Of Ushers Department
MAD Magazine #281September 1988
  • St. Healthscare (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Hippocratic Oafs
  • If... (Writer with Gerry Gersten)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
MAD Magazine #282October 1988
  • Star Blecch The Next Degradation (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Abandon Hope, All Ye Who Enterprise
  • The Battle Of Oprah and Phil (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • Mad's Index (Writer with Mike Snider)
    Department: Harper's Bizarre
MAD Magazine #283December 1988
  • The Saga Of AT & T (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • Rewriting The Constitution For Political Extremists (Writer with Gerry Gersten)
    Department: Preamble-Dextrous
  • The MAD Flower Garden (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: The Florist's Prime Evil
  • NBC's Superbowl Memo (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: The Hype Report
  • "Don't Be Fooled" (Writer with Gerry Gersten)
    Department: The King Is Bled
  • Greeting Cards For Very Special Occasions (Writer with Bob Jones)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • Thirtysuffering (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Angst For Nothing Department
  • When TV Commercials Make Full Use of the Beatles Songs (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: "I Am the Ad Man" Department
  • Additions To The Dictionary (Writer)
    Department: Neumanclature
  • Consumer Reports Aimed At Special Interest Groups (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Assess Pool
  • Leather Clothes Must Be Worn (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • MAD Switcheroos (Writer with Al Jaffee)
    Department: From Bad To Reverse
  • Lurking Girl (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: From Rags To Bitches
MAD Magazine #289September 1989
  • When Rap Music Spreads Into Everyday Life (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
MAD Magazine #290October 1989
  • Ten College Athletes (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Frank on a Roll
MAD Magazine #291December 1989
  • Baseball At The Bat (Writer with James Warhola)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
MAD Magazine #292January 1990
  • "Past The Prime Of Their Life" (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • The MAD TV Coroner's Report, Volume II (Writer)
    Department: The Cast Is Died
  • Old MacDonald (Writer with Gerry Gersten)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • When "Doublespeak" Takes Over Completely (Writer with Sergio Aragonés)
    Department: A Word To The Guise
  • Future Sitcoms That Break Fresh Ground (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: Off The Beaten Laugh Track
  • MAD's Really Relevant Collection Of Lists (Writer with John Caldwell)
    Department: Compiling It On
  • More Mad Switcheroos (Writer with Al Jaffee)
    Department: From Bad To Reverse
MAD Magazine #297September 1990
  • The Oil (Writer with John Pound)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
MAD Magazine #298October 1990
  • Really Difficult is... (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Hard Attack
MAD Magazine #299December 1990
  • Mad Examines Some Cave Writings of Prehistoric Man (Writer with Harry North)
    Department: Humor in a Monolithic Vein Dept.
MAD Magazine #300January 1991
  • MAD Raps Up Shakespeare (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • Wizard Of Odds (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: Toto Recall
  • The Hymn Of The Battered Republic (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Frank On A Roll
  • ‘Babar’’s Final Adventure (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Taking Them to Tusk
  • MAD’s All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself National Scandal Newspaper Story (Writer)
    Department: The Shame Old Thing
  • The Ballad Of Rocky Balboa (Writer with Gerry Gersten)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • Aptitude Test Number Seven (Flight Attendant) (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: B-S.A.T.
  • Modern Day Dinosaurs We Wish Were Extinct (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Frank On A Roll Department
MAD Magazine #305September 1991
  • Simpson Rip-Offs We'll Undoubtedly Be Seeing (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: Toon-Age Mutants
  • The Violence Of The Hams (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: Ewe Slaughter Be In Pictures
MAD Magazine #306October 1991
  • I Sent a Letter In The Mail... (Writer)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
MAD Magazine #307December 1991
  • Disclaimers For Oaths, Mottos and Famous Sayings (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: A Slap In The Phrase
MAD Magazine #308January 1992
  • All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself White House Press Conference (Writer with Gerry Gersten)
    Department: One Big Question Mock
  • The Rhyme Of The Ailing President (Writer with Gerry Gersten)
    Department: Frank On A Roll
  • MAD's Practice S.A.T. Questions (Writer)
    Department: Get The Flunk Out Of Here
  • MAD Raps Up The Bible (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • A MAD Commentary: Tattoos (Writer with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Taking It On The Skin
  • Horrifying Political Cliches (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Election Fright Returns
  • More Obituaries For Merchandising Characters (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Chrashing Symbols
  • How To Be Politic'lly Correct (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
MAD Magazine #313September 1992
  • 10 Little Candidates (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
MAD Magazine #314October 1992
  • A Spotter's Guide To Trendy Groups Of The '90s (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Massing Persons
MAD Magazine #315December 1992
  • MAD Salutes Columbus (Writer with Tom Bunk)
    Department: New World Ordure
  • Unelectable (Writer with Rick Tulka)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
MAD Magazine #316January 1993
  • Greeting Cards That Keep Up With The Times (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • Commemorative Stamps We'd Like To See (But Never Will) (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Philately Will Get You Nowhere
  • When Country Western Goes Rap (Writer with Rick Tulka)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • Superman R.I.P. (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • We're The Stars Of The Ball Game (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
MAD Magazine #322October 1993
  • To Be Or Not To Be (A Queen's Soliloquy) (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
MAD Magazine #324January 1994
  • MAD's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Abortion Newspaper Story (Writer)
    Department: The Agony Of The Fetus
MAD Magazine #325February 1994
  • Snow White As Reviewed By Today's Publications (Writer with Sam Viviano)
    Department: May The Dwarfs Be With You
  • Just When You Think It Can't Get Any Worse... (Writer with Tom Bunk)
    Department: I Can't Believe It's Not Better
  • When Today's Controversial Issues Totally Invade The Comics (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Stips Teased
  • MAD's Billy Joel Songbook (Writer with Rick Tulka)
    Department: It's Ill Rock and Roll To Me
  • Back Cover: "Mother" (Writer with George Woodbridge)
  • The Information Superhighway-Man (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
MAD Magazine #331October 1994
MAD Magazine #332December 1994
  • Louis Farrakhan Christmas Carols (Writer with Drew Friedman)
    Department: Frank On a Roll
  • Kids' Classic Stories as Told by Famous People (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Spins and Needles Dept.
  • 1997 DNC Rate Card (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Behind the Donate Ball Department
  • Disney-fied Versions of Adult Films (Writer with Desmond Devlin, Sam Viviano)
    Department: Behind the Animate Ball Department
MAD Magazine #361September 1997
  • The Ballad of Bubba Bill (Writer with Gerry Gersten)
    Department: Frank on a Roll Dept.
  • Still More Obituaries for Merchandising Characters (Writer with Scott Bricher)
    Department: Celebrity Satire
MAD Magazine #434October 2003
MAD Magazine #445September 2004
MAD Magazine #446October 2004
  • Your candidate and My candidate (Writer with Peter Kuper)
    Department: Bias Beware
MAD Magazine #448December 2004
  • 15 minutes of Fame - MAD's latest batch of has-beens (Artist with Sam Sisco)
    Department: We bring you Fleetings
MAD Magazine #457September 2005
MAD Magazine #459November 2005
  • MAD's all-inclusive do-it-yourself reality show press release (Writer with Evan Dorkin)
    Department: Funny in the blank
  • MAD's all-inclusive do-it-yourself George W.Bush Press Conference (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Q & A-Hole
MAD Magazine #469September 2006
MAD Magazine #474February 2007
  • MADs all-inclusive do-it-yourself public apology (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Faking Amends
MAD Magazine #486February 2008
  • George W. Bush "Spins" his final State of the Union Address" (Idea with Ward Sutton)
    Department: True wrongs don't make a right
  • "G*d Damn America" (Writer with Jack Syracuse)
    Department: Pulpit Friction
MAD Magazine #498February 2009
  • MAD's all-inclusive do-it-yourself celebrity scandal blog posting (Writer with Bill Fibbers, Mort Drucker)
    Department: Put it on my tab-loid
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