Frank Jacobs

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Country: USA

Born: 30th May 1929

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Department: Spoil-Sports Dept.
Story: Baseball's Hall of Shame
with Joe Orlando
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Department: Travelers Aid Dept.
Story: The Railroad Timetable
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Department: Section 8 Dept.
Story: Why I Left The Army And Became A Civilian
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Out of Order Dept.
Story: Vending Machines of The Future
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Show-Off Dept.
Story: MAD Tickets
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Ye Olde Heraldry Dept.
Story: MAD Coats of Arms
with Frank Kelly Freas
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Department: Healthy Competition Dept.
Story: $ucce$$ $tory
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Fido-Re-Mi Dept.
Story: The Mad Dog's Shopping Mart
with Mort Drucker

MAD Magazine #35 October 1957

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Department: Ask The Man Who Owns One Dept.
Story: Cars To Match Careers
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Tell-Tale Stain Dept.
Story: MAD Beats The Heat
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Double Exposure Dept.
Story: How To Crop A Photo
with Wally Wood
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Department: Twinkle Twinkle Dept.
Story: MAD's Up-To-Date Sky
with Bob Clarke
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Department: The Old Skin Game Dept.
Story: How To Read Your Palm
with Reed Crandall

MAD Magazine #36 December 1957

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Department: The Pause That Depresses Dept.
Story: TV Movies With Built-In Commercials
with Wally Wood
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Department: Child Bites Dog Dept.
Story: The Nursery News
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Do Not Feed Or Annoy Dept.
Story: A Martian Field Guide To U.S. Wild Life - 1957 Edition
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #37 January 1958

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Department: Punch In The No's Dept.
Story: Distinctive Rejection Slips
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Department: Hollywood Dept.
Story: Scenes We'd Like To See: The Bank Examiner
with George Mandel, Joe Orlando
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Department: Sound Thinking Dept.
Story: MAD Goes Hi Fi
with Bob Clarke
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Department: We Couldn't Think of A Dept.
Story: The Seven Blunders Of The World
with Joe Orlando

MAD Magazine #38 March 1958

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Department: Close Cover Before Reading Dept.
Story: Crazy Mixed-Up Mismatched Matchbook Covers
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Likewise I'm Sure Dept.
Story: Nobody Has Any Fun At Parties
with Wally Wood
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Department: Money Talks Dept.
Story: MAD Looks At Endorsements
with Bob Clarke
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Department: The Key To Success Dept.
Story: Typewriters To Fit Your Trade
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Play's The Thing Dept.
Story: Party Games
with Wally Wood
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Department: Opportunity Knocks Dept.
Story: Why I Changed My Job
with George Woodbridge
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Department: How Now Bow-Wow Dept.
Story: MAD Dogs And Their Owners
with Frank Kelly Freas
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Department: Much Abbreviated Drivel Dept.
Story: Initials That Describe The Name
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Black And White, And Red All Over Dept.
Story: Pravda
with Wally Wood
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Department: Join In Haste, Repent At Leisure Dept.
Story: Future "Of-The-Month" Clubs
with Bob Clarke
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Department: A Fare To Remember Dept.
Story: Coast-To-Coast For $16.75
with Wally Wood

MAD Magazine #41 September 1958

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Department: Look In The Yellowed Pages Dept.
Story: Rare Old Magazines
with Wally Wood
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Department: Lower The Pitch Dept.
Story: Snob Appeal vs Slob Appeal
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #42 November 1958

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Department: Frame of Mind Dept.
Story: Houses To Match Your Personality
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #43 December 1958

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Department: Hobble Them Goblins Dept.
Story: The MAD Halloween Trick-Or-Treatment
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Extra! Extra! Dept.
Story: Misleading Headlines
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Department: And Then I Wrote Dept.
Story: Coming Musicals
with Bob Clarke, Larry Siegel

MAD Magazine #44 January 1959

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Department: Sneaky Prevues Dept.
Story: The Coming Attractions...Don't Always Show Exactly What's Coming!
with Wally Wood
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Department: Globaloney Dept.
Story: International Advertising
with Bob Clarke
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Department: X-Missles Dept.
Story: Custom-Made Christmas Cards
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Grid And Bear It Dept.
Story: How To Read Graphs
with Al Feldstein, Joe Orlando

MAD Magazine #45 March 1959

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Department: So It Won't Upset Your Stomach Dept.
Story: TV Commercials To Match The Show
with Mort Drucker
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Department: First Love Dept.
Story: Bu$ine$$ Valentines
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #46 April 1959

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Department: Increase The Circulation Dept.
Story: How High-Class Magazines Can Use Low-Class Pictures
with Joe Orlando
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Department: A Doghouse Is Not A Home Dept.
Story: How To Choose And Train Your Master
with George Woodbridge, Robert Margroff
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Department: High Flown Balloons Dept.
Story: If Famous Authors Wrote The Comics
with Wally Wood
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Department: Mom's The Word Dept.
Story: Mother's Day Cards From Special People
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow Dept.
Story: Future Halls Of Fame
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Film-Flam Dept.
Story: Movie Posters For Packing In Every Type Of Audience
with Bob Clarke
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Department: One Good Tourniquet Deserves Another Dept.
Story: First Aid Handbook
with Wally Wood
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Department: Famous Funnies Dept.
Story: Comic Strip Heroes (Taken From Real Life)
with Wally Wood
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Department: On The Sunny Side of The Sheet Dept.
Story: The Daily Optimist
with Joe Orlando
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Department: 4/4 Time-And-A-Half Dept.
Story: On-The-Job Marching Songs
with George Woodbridge
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Department: And Then I Re-Wrote Dept.
Story: How A Television Script is Born
with Wally Wood

MAD Magazine #49 September 1959

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Department: Readin' And Writhin' Dept.
Story: MAD Looks At Book Clubs
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Fun For The Road Dept.
Story: Half-Finished Billboards
with Joe Orlando

MAD Magazine #50 October 1959

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Department: No Muse Is Good Muse Dept.
Story: Where Song-Writers Get Their Inspiration
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Maybe Happy Returns Dept.
Story: Practical Greeting Cards
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #51 December 1959

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Department: Gray Flannel-Mouth Dept.
Story: Advertising Slogans Will Replace Everyday Conversations
with Wally Wood
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Department: Scrawl's Well That Reads Well Dept.
Story: The MAD Guide To Handwriting Analysis
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Way Off-Side Dept.
Story: Grandstand Football
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #52 January 1960

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Department: Cash 'N Carol Dept.
Story: Sure-Fire 1959 Christmas Songs
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Editorial Wheeze Dept.
Story: The First Edition / The Second Edition / The Final Edition
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #53 March 1960

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Department: What's In A Name Brand Dept.
Story: Personalized Merchandising
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Change of Heart Dept.
Story: Valentines To People We've Fallen Out of Love With
with Mort Drucker

MAD Magazine #54 April 1960

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Department: A Heap 'O Livin' Dept.
Story: Garbage
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Workers Of The World, Rewrite! Dept.
Story: Distinctive Picket Lines
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Punch And Booty Dept.
Story: I.B.M. Cards
with Joe Orlando
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Department: Panned Parenthood Dept.
Story: Mother's Day Cards
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Bilking It Dry Dept.
Story: How Publicity Works
with Bob Clarke, Joe Orlando
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Department: Song Of India Ink Dept.
Story: The MAD "Comic" Opera
with Wally Wood

MAD Magazine #57 September 1960

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Department: Sounds of our Crimes Dept.
Story: Documentary Records
with Joe Orlando
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Department: Comic Relief Dept.
Story: If Magazines Carried Comic Strips
with Wally Wood
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Department: Stretching the Truth Dept.
Story: Reproportioning Photographs for Fun and Mainly Profit
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #58 October 1960

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Department: 21-Inch Scream Dept.
Story: The "Violence Trend" on TV
with Dave Berg, Larry Siegel, Mort Drucker, Sy Reit
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Department: A Profit Without Honor Dept.
Story: Successful Merchandising
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Caps And Robbers Dept.
Story: Mad's 1960 Political Alphabet Book
with Wally Wood

MAD Magazine #59 December 1960

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Department: Slob the Press Dept.
Story: How to Get Complete Newspaper Coverage
with Joe Orlando
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Department: Take It Lying Down Dept.
Story: New Service Organizations for a Lazy America
with Joe Orlando

MAD Magazine #60 January 1961

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Department: Ist Das Nicht Der U.S.A. Dept.
Story: The European Tourists' Guide to the United States
with Joe Orlando

MAD Magazine #62 April 1961

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Department: No-Humdrum Dept.
Story: How to Make Dull Reading Matter Interesting
with Wally Wood
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Department: Out to Launch Dept.
Story: Up to Date Names for Rockets and Missiles
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Uncle Semantics Dept.
Story: How To Improve America's Prestige Abroad
with Joe Orlando
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Department: Diamonds Are a Boy's Best Friend Dept.
Story: The Business of Baseball
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Once-Upon-A-Time-And-A-Half-Dept.
Story: Bedtime Stories As Told by Job-Conscious Fathers
with Wally Wood

MAD Magazine #65 September 1961

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Department: Morning Becomes Electric Dept.
Story: Television Programs Aimed at Late, Late Audiences
with Wally Wood

MAD Magazine #69 March 1962

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Story: Alfred's Poor Almanac
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Department: Siss-Boom-Blah Dept.
Story: Fight Songs For Schools That Can't Afford Major Sports
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Hobby Horse-ing Around Dept.
Story: Model Building Kits for Adults
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #70 April 1962

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Story: Alfred's Poor Almanac
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Story: Alfred's Poor Almanac
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Department: Cops and Rodgers Dept.
Story: South Chicago
with Mort Drucker
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Story: Alfred's Poor Almanac

MAD Magazine #73 September 1962

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Story: Alfred's Poor Almanac

MAD Magazine #74 October 1962

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Story: Alfred's Poor Almanac
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Department: Executive Suite-Talk Dept.
Story: Labor Day Cards From Management to Labor
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Stop-Gap the Presses Dept.
Story: When Newspaper Editors Go on Vacation
with Joe Orlando
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Department: Switch-Craft Dept.
Story: If They Had Summer Replacements in Every Day Life
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #75 December 1962

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Story: Alfred's Poor Almanac
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Department: Varsity Dregs Dept.
Story: Mad's 1962 Football Roundup
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #76 January 1963

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Story: Alfred's Poor Almanac
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Department: Photo-play Dept.
Story: Seeing Isn't Always Believing
with Wally Wood
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Department: Yule-O-Gee Dept.
Story: Mad's Merry Christmas Happy New Year Alphabet Book
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #77 March 1963

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Department: Palming Off the Dates Dept.
Story: Mad's 1963 All-Inclusive Magazine Calendar
with Jack Rickard
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Department: Proceed According to Planet Dept.
Story: The Mad Guide to Astrology
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #78 April 1963

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Department: U.N., the Night, and the Music Dept.
Story: East Side Story
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Pop's Corn Dept.
Story: Father's Day Cards From Special People
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #82 October 1963

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Department: The Blurbs is Coming Dept.
Story: Future Talking Ads
with Lester Krauss
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Department: Funnies Are People Dept.
Story: Comicland
with E. Nelson Bridwell, Wally Wood

MAD Magazine #83 December 1963

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Department: Add Verse and Consent Dept.
Story: Government Greeting Cards
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #84 January 1964

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Department: The Melody Jingles On Dept.
Story: Future Singing TV Commercials
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #85 March 1964

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Department: Downbeast Dept.
Story: Mannie Get Your Ghoul
with Jack Rickard
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Department: And the Bans Played On Dept.
Story: Famous Protest Campaigns
with Bob Clarke, Stan Hart

MAD Magazine #86 April 1964

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Department: Good Grief Dept.
Story: Insecurity is a Pair of Loose Swim Trunks
with Bob Clarke
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Department: The Error of Good Feeling Dept.
Story: When This Trend Towards "Understanding" Gets Out of Hand
with Wally Wood
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Department: Ad-Itorial Dept.
Story: If Magazine Ads Spoke the Language of the Magazines
with Jack Rickard
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Department: If a Machine Answers, Hang Up Dept.
Story: Pre-Recorded Phone Messages
with Larry Siegel, Mort Drucker
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Department: Talk of the Town Dept.
Story: The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.
with Paul Coker, Jr., Larry Siegel
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Department: Someday Supplement Dept.
Story: Comics For Publications That Don't Have Comics
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #89 September 1964

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Story: The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.
with Paul Coker, Jr., Larry Siegel

MAD Magazine #90 October 1964

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Department: Talk of the Town Dept.
Story: The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.
with Larry Siegel, Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #91 December 1964

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Department: Talk of the Town Dept.
Story: The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Washington, D.C.
with Larry Siegel, Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Hysterical Fiction Dept.
Story: When Today's Celebrities Become Tomorrow's Historical Heroes
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #92 January 1965

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Department: Talk of the Towns Dept.
Story: The Sites and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Chicago
with Paul Coker, Jr., Larry Siegel

MAD Magazine #93 March 1965

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Department: Talk of the Towns Dept.
Story: The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Miami Beach
with Paul Coker, Jr., Larry Siegel
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Department: Singing the Booze Dept.
Story: When They Advertise Liquor on TV
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #94 April 1965

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Department: Cupidity (look it up) Dept.
Story: Mad's Valentines to American Industry
with Jack Rickard, Mort Drucker, George Woodbridge, Paul Coker, Jr., Don Martin, Bob Clarke
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Department: It's True! Bonds Do Have More Fun Dept.
Story: 007
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Talk of the Towns Dept.
Story: The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Ft. Worth, Texas
with Paul Coker, Jr., Larry Siegel
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Department: Talk of the Towns Dept.
Story: The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Small Town, U.S.A.
with Larry Siegel, Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Hoe-Hum Dept.
Story: Mad's Seed and Garden Catalog
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #97 September 1965

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Story: The Walt Cronkite Show
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #98 October 1965

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Department: Battle Hymns of the Public Dept.
Story: Fight Songs For the Common Man
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #99 December 1965

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Department: Asphalt Jungle-Animals Dept.
Story: A Mad Guide to the Wildlife of Our American Highways
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #100 January 1966

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Department: Tune Up the Volume Dept.
Story: Future Broadway Musicals
with Jack Rickard
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Department: Declaration of Dependence Dept.
Story: Mad's "Lifetime - - People" Chart
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Department: Underhand Pitch Dept.
Story: Advertising Campaigns With Ulterior Motives
with Jack Rickard
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Department: Party Poopers Dept.
Story: Mixing Personal Politics with Careers
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #106 October 1966

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Department: R.I.P. Kirby Dept
Story: Obituaries for Comic Strip Characters

MAD Magazine #107 December 1966

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Department: See You in the Funny White Papers Dept.
Story: The Mad Comic Strip Characters' Forum on Current Affairs
with Dotty Brooks, Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #108 January 1967

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Department: Punt of View Dept.
Story: Football as Covered by Other Publications
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Mad Takes Pleasure in Presenting This Dept.
Story: Announcements For Everything
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Department: Siss...Boom...Blah Dept.
Story: Mad School Songs For Everyday Activities
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Tuning Fork Dept.
Story: Songs of Food
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Famous Funnies Dept.
Story: Comic Strip Heroes Taken From Real Life
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Poe-Mortem Dept.
Story: The Rating
with Bruce Stark
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Department: Mini-Ha-Ha's Dept.
Story: Fantastic Voyages Based on Everyday Experiences
with Jack Davis
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Department: Readin' and Writin' and Rhythm...metic Dept.
Story: The Mad Song Textbook
with Joe Orlando

MAD Magazine #113 September 1967

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Department: From the Sub-Rhyme to the Ridiculous Dept.
Story: If Famous Poets Had Written "Mother Goose"
with Jack Rickard
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Department: Selective Wire-Service Dept.
Story: Mad's All-Inclusive, Do-It-Yourself Vietnam Newspaper Story
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Department: A Hymn to Disgrace Dept.
Story: America The Beautiful - - Revisited
with Max Brandel

MAD Magazine #115 December 1967

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Department: 2 Against 1 Dept.
Story: When the Hertz-Avis Rivalry Really Gets Out of Hand

MAD Magazine #116 January 1968

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Department: Season's Gratings Dept.
Story: Mad's Christmas Cards to Seasonal Exploiters
with Joe Orlando, Bob Clarke, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Rickard, Jack Davis, Al Jaffee, George Woodbridge, Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Mad Takes Pleasure in Presenting This Dept.
Story: More Announcements For Everything
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Department: Animal Singdom Dept.
Story: Songs of Pets
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Narrow-Minded Dept.
Story: The Mad Library of Extremely Thin Books
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Department: Heart-Burns Dept.
Story: Mad Valentines to Celebrities
with Jack Rickard
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Department: Status Woe Dept.
Story: Songs of Wealth, Possessions, Greed, Property and Creeping Materialism
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Mom's the Word Dept.
Story: Mother's Day Cards Down Through History
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Eccccch-Traneous Matter Dept.
Story: Some Mad Articles You Never Got to See
with Jack Davis, Joe Orlando, Paul Coker, Jr., Bob Clarke, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #123 December 1968

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Department: Hang On Snoopy Dept.
Story: Adventures of The Red Baron or Happiness ist ein Kleine Kaput Beagle
with Jack Rickard, Bob Muccio
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Department: Knight-Schtick Dept.
Story: Can a Lot
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Award to the Wise-Guys Dept.
Story: Mad's Academy Awards For World Celebrities
with Max Brandel

MAD Magazine #124 January 1969

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Department: Oy-Vegas Dept.
Story: Casey at the Dice
with Jack Davis
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Department: Hate-to-the-Bar Dept.
Story: Songs of Crime, Violence, War, Hate, Bigotry, the Lunatic Fringe, and All-Around Ecchiness
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Shifting into Re-Verse Dept.
Story: The Mad Poetry Round Robin
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Pen and "Shrink" Dept.
Story: If Comic Characters Were Psychoanalyzed
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Herr of the Dog Dept.
Story: Further Adventures of the Red Baron, or "Security Ist Ein Grounded Beaglehundt"
with Jack Rickard
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Department: Pot at the End of the Rainbow Dept.
Story: The Guru of Ours
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Fair Game Dept.
Story: A Mad Nature Study Guide
with Max Brandel
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Department: Picket Yourself Dept.
Story: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Protest Newspaper Story
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Department: For Better or Verse Dept.
Story: Some "Greeting Cards to the Newlyweds" We'd Like to See
with David Hunter, Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #129 September 1969

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Department: Ecchology Dept.
Story: Mad Origami Zoo of Cliche Creatures
with Guiseppe Baggi
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Department: It Must Have Been Something They Hate Dept.
Story: The Mad Primer of Bigots, Extremists and Other Loose Ends
with Stan Hart, Jack Davis

MAD Magazine #130 October 1969

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Department: Brawls of Ivy Dept.
Story: Mad's 1969 College Riot Preview
with Jack Davis
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Department: Good Conduct Ribbin' Dept.
Story: The Mad Book of Etiquette and Good Manners
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #132 January 1970

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Department: Gift-rapping Dept.
Story: The Month Before Christmas
with Don Martin
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Department: Stage of Mind Dept.
Story: Mad's Lifetime Chart of Attitudes and Behaviors
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Splendor on the Grass Dept.
Story: I Remember, I Remember the Wondrous Woodstock Music Fair
with Sergio Aragonés
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Department: Rhymes of the Times Dept.
Story: Mad's Up-Dated Modern Day Mother Goose
with Jack Davis
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Department: Postal Mortems Dept.
Story: Mad's Condonence Cards for Life's Other Tragedies
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Of Grave Concern Dept.
Story: Obituaries for Traditions, Pasttimes and Other Dying-Out Landmarks of the American Way of Life
with Norman Mingo
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Department: Scenes We'd Like to See
Story: The Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #137 September 1970

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Department: Topical Satire
Story: If The World's Greatest Painters Drew The Comics
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #138 October 1970

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Department: Poem parody
Story: A Sports Fan's Garden Of Verses
with Jack Davis
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Department: Mad's Do-It-Yourself
Story: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself TV premiere Newspaper Story

MAD Magazine #139 December 1970

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Department: "X" Ploy-tation Dept.
Story: Ads For Movie Revivals
with Sergio Aragonés, Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #140 January 1971

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Department: Follow the Bouncing Christmas Ball Dept.
Story: Mad's Christmas Carols for the 1970 Season
with Jack Rickard
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Department: Parade Unrest Dept.
Story: Marching Songs for Crusaders, Militants and Assorted, Sundry Non-Conformists
with Jack Davis
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Department: Sleeper Play Dept.
Story: The Psychology of Snoring
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Department: Extremist Unction Dept.
Story: West Coast Story
with Jack Davis
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Department: At the Beak of Her Career Dept.
Story: On a Clear Day You Can See a Funny Girl Singing 'Hello Dolly' Forever
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Oedipus Nix Dept.
Story: Mothers Day Cards From the "Now" Generation
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Seer-Suckers Dept.
Story: Incredible Occult Magazine
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #145 September 1971

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Department: Abandon Ship of State! Dept.
Story: That Sinking Feeling...
with Max Brandel
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Department: Wow "Now" Cards Dept.
Story: Greeting Cards for the Sexual Revolution
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #146 October 1971

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Story: The Four Horsemen of the Metropolis
with Jack Thurston

MAD Magazine #147 December 1971

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Department: Postal Mortems Dept.
Story: Condolence Cards For Business and Professional Tragedies
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Gung Ho-Hum Dept.
Story: The New Army
with Jack Davis

MAD Magazine #148 January 1972

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Department: Adding a New Wrinkle Dept.
Story: If the Characters in "Peanuts" Aged Like Ordinary People
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Hard-Core-Sell Dept.
Story: When Madison Avenue Appeals to Extremists
with Jack Rickard
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Department: Pros and Poetry Dept.
Story: Mad's Rhyming Guide to Pro Football
with Jack Davis
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Department: Swear Today, Gone Tomorrow Dept.
Story: Harry Grepser's New Years Resolutions
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Department: Crib Notes Dept.
Story: Distinctive Birth Announcements
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Department: Big Time Operetta Dept.
Story: The White House Follies of '72
with Mort Drucker
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Department: A Discouraging Word from Our Sponsor Dept.
Story: Ads That Turn People Off
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Spoil-Sport Dept.
Story: When TV Makes Full Use of Howard Cosell
with Jack Davis
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Department: Strike Up The Bandwagon Dept.
Story: Mad's Songbook For the '72 Candidates
with Dave Gantz

MAD Magazine #153 September 1972

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Department: Picket Yourself Dept.
Story: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Labor Dispute Newspaper Story
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Department: The Malady Lingers On Dept.
Story: A Microscopic Look at Modern-Day Bacteria
with Bob Clarke, Max Brandel

MAD Magazine #154 October 1972

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Department: Our Goose Is Cooked Dept.
Story: Mad's Ecology Mother Goose
with Paul Coker, Jr., M. S. Pinkham
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Department: Knowing Your Left From Your Right Dept.
Story: The Mad Guide to Political Types
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #155 December 1972

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Department: Sports-Blaster Dept.
Story: Howard at the Mike
with Jack Davis

MAD Magazine #156 January 1973

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Department: Fiddler Made a Goof Dept.
Story: Antenna on the Roof
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Ask a Stupid Question ... Dept.
Story: If Today's Celebrities Answered Virginia's Letter About Santa Claus
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Department: Field Gold Dept.
Story: Profitable Football News
with Jack Davis
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Department: In the Ire of the Beholder Department
Story: You Never Can Win With A Bigot!
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Ball-and-Chain Letters Dept.
Story: Distinctive Wedding Announcements
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Department: One Picture Is Worth 1000 Words & Music Dept.
Story: A Mad Look at Sheet Music
with Max Brandel

MAD Magazine #161 September 1973

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Department: Twice Upon a Time Dept.
Story: Fairy Tales Continued
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Department: Refrain in the Neck Dept.
Story: Protest Songs For Life's Everyday Complaints
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #162 October 1973

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Department: Liberal in the Family Dept.
Story: Old Standards Rewritten for the Liberated Woman
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #164 January 1974

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Department: Holiday Jeer Dept.
Story: Mad's 1973 Christmas Poem
with Angelo Torres
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Story: "I Want You" Posters Starring Today's Celebrities
with Jack Rickard
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Story: Unavoidable Exercises For The Urban Dweller
with Al Jaffee
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Department: Mal-Contents Dept.
Story: If People Were Labeled Like Products
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Male Chauvinist Pig-Malion Dept.
Story: My Fair Laddie
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Strike Up the Bland Dept.
Story: Singable Theme Songs for TV Shows
with Angelo Torres
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Story: Alfred's Poor Almanac
with John Putnam
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Story: A Mad Medical Report
with Irving Schild

MAD Magazine #170 October 1974

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Department: Setting a President Dept.
Story: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Impeachment Newspaper Story
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Story: Alfred's Poor Almanac
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Department: Detouring the Parks' Way Dept.
Story: If Other Celebrities Hosted "The Miss America Pageant"
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #171 December 1974

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Story: Alfred's Poor Almanac
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Department: Upping the Prophets Dept.
Story: Bible Rave
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #172 January 1975

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Story: Alfred's Poor Almanac
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Department: Hysteria Repeats Itself Dept.
Story: If the World of Yesterday Faced the Conditions of Today
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Department: The Symbol Truth Dept.
Story: Picture Road Signs We'd Like to See
with Bob Clarke, Al Jaffee
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Department: Flip/Flops Dept.
Story: The Mad "Good News - Bad News" Book
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Neumanclature Dept.
Story: Additions to the Dictionary
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Department: Best Footage Forward Dept.
Story: What's Entertainment?
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Fright Instructors Dept.
Story: In-Case-of-Emergency Cards for Special People
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Back Cover: Occupancy By More Than 3 Billion People is Dangerous and Should Be Unlawful

MAD Magazine #177 September 1975

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Story: How Many Mistakes Can You Find in This Picture?
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #178 October 1975

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Department: The Game of the Name Department
Story: A Collection of Distinctive... Business and Social Cards ...For the Mad World of Today

MAD Magazine #179 December 1975

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Department: Philatelic Like It Is Dept.
Story: U.S. Commemorative Stamps That We'll Never See
with Bob Clarke
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Department: The Rhymes We Are A-changing Dept.
Story: Great Poems Rewritten to Reflect the Freaky, Greedy, Rotten World of Today
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Initial Impression Dept.
Story: Exciting Abbreviations for Low Glamor Jobs
with William McCole, Jack Rickard
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Department: Facultease Dept.
Story: The Alfred E. Neuman University Competitive Hard-Sell 1976 Catalogue
with David Reagan, Bob Clarke, Irving Schild
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Department: Thar's Gold in Them Thar Trills Dept.
Story: New Musicals Based on Big Movies
with Mort Drucker

MAD Magazine #185 September 1976

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Department: Status Quotients Dept.
Story: A Mad Guide to the Modern American Class System
with Paul Coker, Jr., Marilyn d'Amico

MAD Magazine #186 October 1976

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Department: Spock 'n' Roll Dept.
Story: Keep On Trekkin': The Mad "Star Trek" Musical
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Smelly Feats Dept.
Story: The Neuman Book of World Records...that Led to Lesser-known Follow-up Records
with Al Jaffee
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Department: Verse of the People Dept.
Story: Mad's Election Year Mother Goose
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #187 December 1976

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Department: Buy-Centennial Dept.
Story: The Bauble Hymn of the Republic
with Harry North

MAD Magazine #188 January 1977

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Department: Season's Bleatings Dept.
Story: Mad's Christmas Carols for the 1976 Holiday Season
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Publisher's Over-schlock Dept.
Story: The Mad Clearance Catalog of Unwanted Articles, Features, Gimmicks and Premises
with Jack Rickard
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Department: Consult Your Classicfied Dept.
Story: The Literary Yellow Pages
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Department: The Joke's on U.S. Dept.
Story: American Jokes They're Telling in Poland
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Mourning Glories Dept.
Story: Mad "Death" Announcements
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Department: Status Quotes Dept.
Story: When You're Poor...and...When You're Rich
with Jack Davis
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Department: Shticks on Stones Dept.
Story: Distinctive Mad Epitaths
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Rig-Latin Dept.
Story: When CB-Type Code Language is Used in Other Walks of Life
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Parity Begins at Home Dept.
Story: Government Checks for Not Doing Anything
with Elaine Dunn

MAD Magazine #193 September 1977

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Department: The Joke's on U.S. Dept.
Story: More American Jokes They're Telling in Poland
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: How Much Is on First? Dept.
Story: Casey at the Talks
with Jack Davis

MAD Magazine #194 October 1977

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Department: Muse Paper Dept.
Story: The Daily Rhyme
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Character Assassination Dept.
Story: Obituraries for TV Show Characters

MAD Magazine #195 December 1977

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Story: Here's a Mad Look at the Carter Administration Speaking from Pictures
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Story: The Mad Like... Love... Hate Book
with Marilyn Ippolito, Paul Coker, Jr.
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Story: Decision-making Dart Boards for Celebrities
with William McCole, Bob Clarke
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Story: Mad Warranty Issue Number 195

MAD Magazine #196 January 1978

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Story: Hospital
with Bob Clarke
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Story: If Public Services Were Run Like Private Enterprise
with Jack Rickard
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Story: White House Follies of 1977
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Heart Failure Dept.
Story: Mad's "Romance-Love-Relationship" Book
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: There Goes the Neighborhood Dept.
Story: Ten Little Businessmen
with Harry North
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Story: Apartment House Bulletin Board
with T. Peplinski
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Department: Tried and Trudeau Dept.
Story: When Those "Old-Time Comic Strips" Follow the New Wave, Cerebral "Doonesbury" Trend
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #202 October 1978

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Department: Bubble Gum Cards
Story: Bubble Gum Cards that Reveal the Real, Human Side of Athletes
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #203 December 1978

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Story: The Force and I - The Mad "Star Wars" Musical
with Mort Drucker
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Story: If Sesame Street Branched out into Specialized Avenues of Education
with Jack Davis

MAD Magazine #204 January 1979

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Story: If Someone Today Received Those Gifts on "The Twelve Days of Christmas"
with Billy Doherty
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Story: Mad Greeting Cards for Very Special Occasions
with Earle Doud, Paul Coker, Jr.
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Story: Who Killed the Country?
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #210 October 1979

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Department: Lord of the Rings
Story: The Ring and I
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself
Story: Mad's All Inclusive Do-It-Yourself "Dear John Letter"

MAD Magazine #211 December 1979

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Story: The Gift
with Bob Jones
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Story: The Mad Overrated-Underrated Book
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Story: The Jogger, With Apologies to Edgar Allan Poe
with Jack Davis
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Department: Mad Laws
Story: Mad Laws
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Story: Mad's Energy Crisis Mother Goose
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Story: Election Year Jabberwocky
with Angelo Torres
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Department: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself
Story: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Energy Crisis Newspaper Story
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Department: Mad Laws
Story: Mad Laws Second Edition
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #217 September 1980

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Story: Mad's Up-Dated Relevant, Do-It-Yourself: America the Beautiful
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Story: Mad's "They" and "You" Book
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Story: Horror Movies Based on Everyday Disasters
with Jack Rickard, Mike Snider

MAD Magazine #219 December 1980

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Story: Are You Happy Now...
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #220 January 1981

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Story: Really Important and Relevant Life Spans
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Story: If "Hollywood Hype" Were Used for Everyday Dramatic Occasions
with Jack Rickard
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Department: Now Playing
Story: Now Playing... at the White House
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Story: Rhyming Ads
with Bob Clarke
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Story: If the Guinness Book of World Records Dealt With Everyday Life
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself
Story: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Mid-East Newspaper Story
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Story: Mad's Airline President of the Year
with George Woodbridge
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Story: Mad's Really Relevant Book of Lists
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Story: Mad's Career-Oriented Mother Goose
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #226 October 1981

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Department: All Men Are Creating Sequels Dept.
Story: Superduperman II
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Balloony Tunes Dept.
Story: Thought Patterns for Real-Life Every-Day Situations
with Harry North
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Department: The Joke's on U.S. Dept.
Story: Still More American Jokes They're Telling in Poland
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Tourist Distractions Dept.
Story: Roadside Plaques That We Never Waited Around to Finish Reading
with Jack Rickard, W.G. Will

MAD Magazine #228 January 1982

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Story: The 1981 Night Before Christmas or A Final Visit From St. Nicholas
with Harry North
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Story: Raiders of a Lost Art
with Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo
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Story: If the Underworld Were Allowed to Advertise
with Jack Rickard
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Department: Whatever Became of...?
Story: Whatever Became of...?
with Bob Clarke
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Story: The "Star Wars" Log: The Master Plan for Future Space Films
with Harry North
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Story: The Cube and I
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Department: There's a Fraud in your Future Dept.
Story: Mad's Occult Promoter of the Year
with Jack Davis

MAD Magazine #233 September 1982

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Department: Acclaim Jumping Dept.
Story: The Second Edition of the Mad Overrated Underrated Book
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Department: Good Ol' Noise Dept.
Story: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Country Western Song
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Department: Future Flock Dept.
Story: A 21st Century Guide to American Wildlife
with Bob Jones

MAD Magazine #234 October 1982

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Department: Battle Hymns for Hers Dept.
Story: Marching Songs Now that the Armed Forces are Co-ed
with Mary Joan Chini, Jack Rickard
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Department: Post Roasties Dept.
Story: Commemorative Stamps That Tell it Like it Really Is
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #236 January 1983

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Department: Political Satire
Story: Mottos, Oaths, Inscriptions, Etc. Rewritten For Special Interest Groups
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Comic Strip Satire
Story: A Mad Guide To The Anatomy Of The Human Body Based On The Comics
with Sergio Aragonés, Jack Rickard
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Department: Rhyme Marches On Dept.
Story: If Famous Poets had to Make a Living Today
with Jack Rickard
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Department: Shooting Stars Dept.
Story: The U.S. Video Game Olympic Team
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Bumper Crap Dept.
Story: Personalized License Plates for Fictional and Historical Characters
with Bob Clarke
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Department: A Symbol-Minded Idea Dept.
Story: Picture Signs for all Occasions
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Visa Verses Dept.
Story: Mother Goose Around the World
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #241 September 1983

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Department: Sales Pits Dept.
Story: Merchandising We're Almost Sure to See...and Hate
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #242 October 1983

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Department: Mad Interview
Story: Mad's Video Game Arcade Owner Of The Year
with Angelo Torres
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Department: Mad's Do-It-Yourself
Story: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Peanuts Comic Strip
with Jack Rickard
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Department: Mad Poetry
Story: Poetic Tributes To People Who Wouldn't Ordinarily Get Them
with Harry North

MAD Magazine #243 December 1983

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Department: B.S.A.T. Dept.
Story: Mad's Aptitude Test Number One: Will You Make a Good Doctor?
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Audio-Mobiles Dept.
Story: Talking Cars of the Future
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Designed Genes Dept.
Story: If Certain Celebrities Married...What Would Their Children be Like
with Mort Drucker

MAD Magazine #244 January 1984

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Department: Past-Asides Dept.
Story: Famous Quotations - - and How the People Back Then Reacted to Them
with Harry North
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Department: The Rhymes They Are A Changing Dept.
Story: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself "Jingle Bells"
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Department: BS.A.T. Dept.
Story: Mad's Aptitude Test Number Two: Will You Make a Good Teacher?
with George Woodbridge
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Department: B.S.A.T. Dept.
Story: Mad's Aptitude Test Number Three: Will You Make a Good Athlete?
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Off the Wall Dept.
Story: Hospital Bulletin Board
with Irving Schild
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Department: Offers You Can't Refuse Dept.
Story: Mafia Outlet Bureau 1984 Shop-by-Mail Catalog
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Neumanclature Dept.
Story: Additions to the Dictionary
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Department: Spooking from Pictures Dept.
Story: Horrifying Cliches 11
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: To Beep...or Not To Beep Dept.
Story: Telephone Answering Machine Messages for Some Famous Literary Characters

MAD Magazine #249 September 1984

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Department: Cartooning In Dept.
Story: If the Real World of Today Caught Up with the Comics
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Sweat Sucks! Dept.
Story: The Sham-Jock Catalog
with James Kasmir, Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #250 October 1984

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Department: RIP, please! Dept.
Story: Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts!
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Spooking From Pictures Dept.
Story: Horrifying Sports Cliches
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #251 December 1984

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Department: Dropped Dead Dept.
Story: The TV Prime-Time Graveyard
with Bob Clarke
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Department: RIP, please! Dept.
Story: Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts!
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #252 January 1985

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Department: Pill in the Blanks Dept.
Story: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself New Medical Breakthrough Newspaper Story
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Department: Cheery-Odes Dept.
Story: Poems... To Inspire You and Bring Hope to Your Heart and Make You Feel a Whole Lot Better
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Department: Post Waste Department
Story: The Mad Chain Letter
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Department: Sectional Education Department
Story: An Instant Guide to American Regional Types
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Opt-Tickles Department
Story: If You Walk Down A Dark Street
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Rip, Please! Department
Story: Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts!
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Rock Around the Bloc Department
Story: Rock Video Produced By Pressure Groups
with Mort Drucker
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Department: B-S.A.T. Department
Story: Mad's Aptitude Test Number Seven Will You Make A Good Rock Star?
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Hickory Dickory Jock Department
Story: The Physical Fitness Mother Goose
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Post-Mocked Department
Story: Mad's Talking Stamps
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Department: Dollars and Senseless Department
Story: The Mad 7-Point Plan For... Balancing the Budget...And Wiping Out the National Debt
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Blanking in the Dark Department
Story: Porn in the U.S.A.
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Canvassing Business Department
Story: If Advertisers Made Use Of Old Masters

MAD Magazine #257 September 1985

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Department: Hippie-Critical Department
Story: Woodstock 1969 Woodstock Revisted
with Sergio Aragonés

MAD Magazine #258 October 1985

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Department: Hoax-a-Mania Dept.
Story: Goons, They Know How It's Done
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Designated Hacker Dept.
Story: Casey at the Byte
with Don Martin

MAD Magazine #259 December 1985

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Department: Dumbelles Department
Story: And Now Mad Salutes All the Ladies Who Pump Iron With... Superior Girl
with Al Jaffee

MAD Magazine #260 January 1986

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Department: Frey the Unfriendly Skies Department
Story: Traveler's Blues
with Harvey Kurtzman, Bill Elder
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Department: Where the Wild Things Star Department
Story: Horrifying Show-Biz Cliches
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Compiling It On and On Department
Story: Mad's Really Relevant Book Of Lists Volume 2
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Story: One Tuesday Morning on Easter Island
with Don Martin
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Story: Mad's 14 Rules of Good Behavior
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Story: Specialized Cable TV Networks of the Future
with Earle Doud, Sam Viviano
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Story: Zonk Me Out at the Ball Game
with Al Jaffee
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Story: The Mad Guide to... Yuppies Yullies Yuffies
with George Woodbridge
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Department: A Freudian Script Department
Story: Mad's Aptitude Test Number Six Will You Make A Good Psychiatrist?
with George Woodbridge
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Department: The Cat Is Old Hat Department
Story: The Real-Life Tell-It-Like-It-Is Dr. Seuss
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Drawing Verse Blood Department
Story: Violent Mother Goose
with Jack Davis
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Department: From Gags To Richie Department
Story: All-White Song
with George Woodbridge
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Department: From Gags To Richie Department
Story: Jello
with Don Edwing
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Department: A Hard Act To Swallow Department
Story: When the Coke/Pepsi Rivalry Gets Out Of Hand
with Angelo Torres

MAD Magazine #265 September 1986

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Department: Rich Man, Poe Man Department
Story: The Reagan
with Gerry Gersten

MAD Magazine #266 October 1986

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Department: The Malady Lingers On Department
Story: TV Theme Songs
with Sam Viviano

MAD Magazine #267 December 1986

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Department: Our Creature Presentation Department
Story: Horrifying Crime Cliches...
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #268 January 1987

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Story: The Far-Out Ride of Edwin Meese
with Gerry Gersten
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Story: The Mad Richter Scale for Human Beings
with Al Jaffee
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Department: A Word to Device Department
Story: Odes To Appliance, Gadgets and Other Modern Conveniences
with Marilyn Atkins, George Woodbridge
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Department: Reported In Front Of A Live Audience Department
Story: Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Rock Concert Newspaper Story
with George Woodbridge
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Story: Star Blecch IV: The Voyage Bombs
with Mort Drucker
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Story: Sneaky UPC Symbols
with Bob Clarke
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Story: The Bruce Springsteen Songbook
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Vice Verse Dept.
Story: Bush
with Gerry Gersten

MAD Magazine #273 September 1987

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Department: Star's Trek
Story: Celebrities In Space
with Mort Drucker

MAD Magazine #274 October 1987

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Department: Law and Ardor
Story: LA Lewd
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Requiem Mass-Cot
Story: Obituaries For Merchandising Characters
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Altar Egos
Story: In The Beginning...
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #275 December 1987

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Department: Frank On A Roll Department
Story: The Ballad Of Dr. Ruth
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Department: Teacher's Pest Department
Story: Head of the Crass
with Angelo Torres

MAD Magazine #276 January 1988

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Department: Deviled Ham and Scrambled Legs Department
Story: The Wretches Of Ecchflick
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Frank On A Roll Department
Story: Two For the Road
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Frank On A Roll Department
Story: Sad
with Jack Davis
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Department: Better Dead Than Bled Department
Story: The Movie Sequel Graveyard
with Bob Clarke
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Department: The Scanish Inquisition Department
Story: Mad's UPC Symbol Explained
Cover Artist (with Billy Doherty, Richard Williams)
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Cover: In This Issue We Rap
with Billy Doherty, Richard Williams
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Department: A Bad Case of Constellation
Story: Mad's Instant Guide To Zodiac Types
with Harry North
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Department: Clause and Defect
Story: Disclaimers For TV Commercials That Don't Have Disclaimers
with George Woodbridge
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Department: All Jaffee Department
Story: Mad Looks At Handshakes
with Al Jaffee
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Department: Joy-Schtick Department
Story: All-Purpose Video Game Instructions Kit
with Harvey Kurtzman
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Department: Frank On A Roll Department
Story: Schwarzenegger
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Gall of the House Of Ushers Department
Story: Mad's Plan For Improving Movie Theatres
with Harry North

MAD Magazine #281 September 1988

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Department: Hippocratic Oafs
Story: St. Healthscare
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Frank On a Roll
Story: If...
with Gerry Gersten

MAD Magazine #282 October 1988

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Department: Abandon Hope, All Ye Who Enterprise
Story: Star Blecch The Next Degradation
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Frank On a Roll
Story: The Battle Of Oprah and Phil
with Jack Davis
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Department: Harper's Bizarre
Story: Mad's Index
with Mike Snider

MAD Magazine #283 December 1988

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Department: Frank On a Roll
Story: The Saga Of AT & T
with Jack Davis
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Department: Preamble-Dextrous
Story: Rewriting The Constitution For Political Extremists
with Gerry Gersten
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Department: The Florist's Prime Evil
Story: The MAD Flower Garden
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: The Hype Report
Story: NBC's Superbowl Memo
with Jack Davis
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Department: The King Is Bled
Story: "Don't Be Fooled"
with Gerry Gersten
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Department: Frank On a Roll
Story: Greeting Cards For Very Special Occasions
with Bob Jones
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Department: Angst For Nothing Department
Story: Thirtysuffering
with Mort Drucker
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Department: "I Am the Ad Man" Department
Story: When TV Commercials Make Full Use of the Beatles Songs
with Harry North
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Department: Neumanclature
Story: Additions To The Dictionary
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Department: Assess Pool
Story: Consumer Reports Aimed At Special Interest Groups
with Bob Clarke
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Department: Frank On a Roll
Story: Leather Clothes Must Be Worn
with Jack Davis
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Department: From Bad To Reverse
Story: MAD Switcheroos
with Al Jaffee
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Department: From Rags To Bitches
Story: Lurking Girl
with Angelo Torres

MAD Magazine #289 September 1989

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Department: Frank On a Roll
Story: When Rap Music Spreads Into Everyday Life
with Jack Davis

MAD Magazine #290 October 1989

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Department: Frank on a Roll
Story: Ten College Athletes
with Jack Davis

MAD Magazine #291 December 1989

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Department: Frank On a Roll
Story: Baseball At The Bat
with James Warhola

MAD Magazine #292 January 1990

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Back Cover: Joystick Jabberwacky
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Frank On a Roll
Story: "Past The Prime Of Their Life"
with Mort Drucker
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Department: The Cast Is Died
Story: The MAD TV Coroner's Report, Volume II
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Department: Frank On a Roll
Story: Old MacDonald
with Gerry Gersten

MAD Magazine #299 December 1990

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Department: Humor in a Monolithic Vein Dept.
Story: Mad Examines Some Cave Writings of Prehistoric Man
with Harry North
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Department: Taking Them to Tusk
Story: ‘Babar’’s Final Adventure
with Bob Clarke
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Department: The Shame Old Thing
Story: MAD’s All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself National Scandal Newspaper Story
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Department: Frank On A Roll Department
Story: Modern Day Dinosaurs We Wish Were Extinct
with Paul Coker, Jr.
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Department: Spins and Needles Dept.
Story: Kids' Classic Stories as Told by Famous People
with Mort Drucker
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Department: Behind the Donate Ball Department
Story: 1997 DNC Rate Card
with Joe Orlando
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Department: Behind the Animate Ball Department
Story: Disney-fied Versions of Adult Films
with Sam Viviano, Desmond Devlin

MAD Magazine #361 September 1997

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Department: Frank on a Roll Dept.
Story: The Ballad of Bubba Bill
with Gerry Gersten
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Story: The Late Night Spree Of Saul Devere
with George Woodbridge
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Department: Celebrity Satire
Story: Still More Obituaries for Merchandising Characters
with Scott Bricher

MAD Magazine #434 October 2003

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Department: 52 Schtick-Up
Story: MAD's Deck of Least Wanted Americans
with Mort Drucker, Sam Viviano, Desmond Devlin, Drew Friedman, Hermann Mejia

MAD Magazine #445 September 2004

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Department: The Winners of our discontent
Story: William Shakespeare, political commentator
with AP/Wide World Photos, M.K. Perker

MAD Magazine #446 October 2004

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Department: Bias Beware
Story: Your candidate and My candidate
with Peter Kuper

MAD Magazine #448 December 2004

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Department: We bring you Fleetings
Story: 15 minutes of Fame - MAD's latest batch of has-beens
with Sam Sisco
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Department: The Play-By-Play's the thing
Story: William Shakespeare, Sports commentator
with Mort Drucker, AP/Wide World Photos

MAD Magazine #457 September 2005

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Department: Random Acts of Mindless
Story: The Fundalini Pages: "This month's hot new toys: 50cent's nine-hole course", "The puzzle nook", "The fast 5 things to expect at the wedding of Tom Cruise & Katie Holmes", "Why americans still want to have a beer with George Bush", "Activist Ribbons we'd like to see", "The Godfrey Report", "Celebrity cause-of-death betting odds: Dave Chappelle", "The Godfrey report", "Areas of the Star Trek Univers
with Ted Rall, Nate Fakes, Dick DeBartolo, Peter Bagge, Barry Liebmann, Paul Coker, Jr., Patrick Merrel, Scott Mendenhall, Peter Kuper, Jack Syracuse, Mike Snider, Timothy Shamey, Jacob Lambert

MAD Magazine #459 November 2005

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Department: Funny in the blank
Story: MAD's all-inclusive do-it-yourself reality show press release
with Evan Dorkin
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Department: Q & A-Hole
Story: MAD's all-inclusive do-it-yourself George W.Bush Press Conference
with Mort Drucker

MAD Magazine #469 September 2006

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Department: Random Acts of Mindless
Story: The Fundalini Pages; "Fundalini Advisory", " The fast 5 possible mission names for a invasion of Iran", "Pull my Cheney", "MADs 15 minutes of Fame: Kaavya Viswanathan", "Creative solutions for stemming the flow of illegal aliens across our borders", "Positive uses for Snakes on a plane", "Chaet Codes for Pixars Cars: The Game", "Saddam Sez", "The Godfrey Report", "The NFLs Ref Report: This month "
with Scott Bricher, Teresa Burns Parkhurst, Matthew A. Cohen, Jonathan Edwards, Jacob Lambert, Rick Tulka, Bob Staake, Tom Cheney, Charles Akins, Kiernan P. Schmitt, Jack Davis, Darren Johnson
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Department: The roids of summer
Story: Barry at the bat
with Sam Sisco

MAD Magazine #474 February 2007

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Department: Faking Amends
Story: MADs all-inclusive do-it-yourself public apology
with Mort Drucker

MAD Magazine #486 February 2008

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Department: True wrongs don't make a right
Story: George W. Bush "Spins" his final State of the Union Address"
with Ward Sutton
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Department: Pulpit Friction
Story: "G*d Damn America"
with Jack Syracuse

MAD Magazine #498 February 2009

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Department: Put it on my tab-loid
Story: MAD's all-inclusive do-it-yourself celebrity scandal blog posting
with Bill Fibbers, Mort Drucker
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Department: Frank on a roll
Story: The bailout hymn of the republic

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Department: Help, I’m a Prisioner in This–
Story: Fortune Cookies for Other Eating Places
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Department: Lexicon-Game
Story: The MAD A to Z Book for Bright, Young Beginners
with Sergio Aragonés
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Department: Season’s Gratings
Story: MAD’s Christmas Cards to Seasonal Exploiters
with George Woodbridge, Paul Coker, Jr., Joe Orlando, Bob Clarke, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Rickard, Jack Davis, Al Jaffee

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The Mad Jumble Book February 1975

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Mad Around the World September 1979

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Mad Goes Wild April 1981

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Author (with Dick DeBartolo, Don Martin)
Author (with Dick DeBartolo, Don Martin)
Author (with Dick DeBartolo, Don Martin)
Author (with Dick DeBartolo, Don Martin)

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Author
Author

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Author

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Artist

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MAD Magazine #42 September 1980

Writer
Department: Sección En Regla II
Story: Leyes MAD – Segunda Edición
with Paul Coker, Jr.

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Author

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MAD Magazine #1 July 1974

Writer
Department: Seção Caducação Física
Story: Exercícios Inevitáveis para o Morador Urbano
with Al Jaffee

MAD Magazine #2 August 1974

Writer
Department: Minbipôster MAD
Story: Salvem a Águia!
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #5 November 1974

Writer
Department: Seção Velho/Novíssimo Testamento
Story: Bíblia Pop
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #7 January 1975

Writer
Department: Seção Simbólica Part 1
Story: Placas de Trânsito que Gostaríamos de Ver
with Al Jaffee, Bob Clarke
Writer
Department: Seção A Histeria se Repete
Story: Se o Mundo de Ontem Enfrentasse as Condições de Hoje

MAD Magazine #10 April 1975

Writer
Department: Seção Neumanclatura
Story: Acréscimos ao Dicionário
with Ricky Goodwin
Writer
Department: Seção Há Bens que Vêm para Mal
Story: O Livro MAD de “Coisas Boas – Coisas Ruins”
with George Woodbridge
Writer
Department: Seção Minduim Estragado
Story: Se os Personagens de Peanuts Envelhecessem como Pessoas Comuns
with Bob Clarke
Writer
Department: Seção Preventiva
Story: Em Caso de Emergência: Cartões para Pessoas Específicas

MAD Magazine #14 August 1975

Writer
Department: Seção Passatempo
Story: Quantos Erros Você Consegue Encontrar Neste Desenho?
with George Woodbridge
Writer
Department: Minipôster MAD
Story: Os Modernos Tapetes Voadores
with Irving Schild

MAD Magazine #18 December 1975

Writer
Department: Seção Boa Conduta
Story: O Livro MAD de Etiqueta e Boas Maneiras
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #20 February 1976

Writer
Department: Seção Já Era Uma Vez
Story: As Continuações dos Contos de Fadas
with Paul Coker, Jr.
Writer
Department: Seção Bronquial
Story: A Psicologia do Ronco
Writer
Department: Seção Gaviões e Passarinhos
Story: Esta É a Terra que Sam Construiu
with Al Jaffee

MAD Magazine #21 March 1976

Writer
Department: Minipôster MAD
Story: Os Quatro Cavaleiros do Apocalipse
with Jack Thurston

MAD Magazine #22 April 1976

Writer
Department: Seção E no Entanto É Preciso Cantar
Story: $uce$$o$ Mu$icado$
with Sylvio Abreu, Mort Drucker

MAD Magazine #27 September 1976

Writer
Department: Seção Status
Story: Guia MAD para o Moderno Sistema de Classes
with Marilyn d'Amico, Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #28 October 1976

Writer
Department: Seção Repeteco
Story: MAD musical satire: “Tem Estrela na Jornada”
with Mort Drucker
Writer
Department: Seção das Façanhas
Story: O Livro Neuman de Recordes Mundiais… que Resultaram em Recordes Mundiais Colaterais e Desconhecidos
with Al Jaffee

MAD Magazine #30 December 1976

Writer
Department: Seção Batendo as Botas
Story: Obituários dos Personagens de Quadrinhos

MAD Magazine #31 January 1977

Writer
Department: Seção “Taxa de Lixo”
Story: Catálogo MAD de Material Encalhado para os Leitores Desocupados e Editores de Imitações Concorrentes
with Don Martin, Domingos Demasi, Otacílio d’Assunção, Bob Clarke, Jack Davis, Al Jaffee, Guidacci, Vilmar Rodrigues, Dave Berg, Norman Mingo, Jack Rickard, Sergio Aragonés, Mort Drucker

MAD Magazine #33 March 1977

Writer
Department: Seção Dependência ou Morte
Story: A Tabela de Dependência do MAD
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #34 April 1977

Writer
Department: Seção Pontos de Vida
Story: Quando Você É Pobre… e Quando Você É Rico
with Jack Davis
Writer
Department: Seção Lua-de-Mel-Eca
Story: Os Cartões de Parabéns aos Recém-Casados que Gostaríamos de Ver
with Bob Clarke
Artist, Writer
Department: Seção Partocipação
Story: Cartões Personalizados: Anuncie o Nascimento de Seu Bebê!

MAD Magazine #42 December 1977

Writer
Department: Seção Moacy Sidnei
Story: As Aventuras do Barão Vermelho
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #43 January 1978

Writer
Department: Seção Moacy Sidnei
Story: Mais Aventuras do Barão Vermelho
with Jack Rickard
Writer
Department: Seção Preenchendo uma Lacuna
Story: O Faça-Você-Mesmo do MAD – Noticiário de TV para os Jornais
Writer
Department: Seção Progressiva
Story: O MAD Pergunta: o que Você Gosta…/Adora …/Detesta?
with Marilyn Ippolito, Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #45 March 1978

Writer
Department: Seção Progressiva
Story: O Livro MAD da “Paixão-Amor-Convivência”
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #46 April 1978

Writer
Department: Seção Pé Junto
Story: Os Anúncios Fúnebres do MAD
Writer
Department: Seção Pé Junto
Story: Obituários para Personagens de TV
with Domingos Demasi, Billy Doherty
Writer
Department: Seção Moacy Sidnei
Story: Se os Personagens de Quadrinhos Fossem para o Analista
with Bob Clarke, Hans Tischler
Writer
Department: Seção Passa Tempo
Story: A Tabela Etária do MAD das Atitudes de Comportamento
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #52 October 1978

Writer
Department: Seção (Des)classificada
Story: Quadro de Avisos do Condomínio
with T. Peplinski

MAD Magazine #57 March 1979

Writer
Department: Seção Parabéns sem Olhar a Quem
Story: Cartões MAD para Ocasiões MUITO Especiais
with Paul Coker, Jr., Earle Doud
Writer
Department: Seção Jogo da Verdade
Story: Hospital
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #63 August 1979

Writer
Department: Seção Troca-Troca
Story: Figurinhas de Jogadores que Revelam o Lado Humano dos Atletas
with Vilmar Rodrigues, Ricky Goodwin
Writer
Department: Seção Preenchendo uma Lacuna
Story: O Faça-Você-Mesmo do MAD para Bilhetes de Rompimento

MAD Magazine #65 October 1979

Writer
Department: Seção Zoológica — O Dom…
with Bob Jones

MAD Magazine #75 September 1980

Writer
Department: Seção Defesa do Consumidor
Story: Se as Pessoas Tivessem os Ingredientes Escritos na Embalagem
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #77 November 1980

Writer
Department: Seção da Meia-Noite
Story: Filmes de Terror Baseados nos Horrores Diários
with Mike Snider, Jack Rickard
Writer
Department: Seção Preenchendo uma Lacuna
Story: O Faça-Você-Mesmo do MAD – Artigos de Jornal sobre a Crise de Energia

MAD Magazine #78 December 1980

Writer
Department: Seção Não Era Bem Isso
Story: Está Satisfeito Agora…
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #79 January 1981

Writer
Department: Seção Por A + B
Story: Leis Malucas
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #81 March 1981

Writer
Department: Seção Meus Pêsames
Story: Cartões de Pêsames para Agências Profissionais e Comerciais
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #87 September 1981

Writer
Department: Seção Vôo Soturno
Story: O Presidente de Linhas Aéreas do Ano (segundo o MAD)
with George Woodbridge
Writer
Department: Seção Superbomba
Story: Movie satire: “Supermancada II”
with Mort Drucker

MAD Magazine #88 October 1981

Writer
Department: Seção Pintas como Eu Pinto?
Story: Se os Grandes Pintores Desenhassem Quadrinhos
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #98 August 1982

Writer
Department: Seção De Fraldas São…
Story: O Charlatão do Ano – MAD nos Bastidores do Ocultismo… Um Negócio Realmente do Futuro!
with Jack Davis

MAD Magazine #100 October 1982

Writer
Department: Seção Ordinária, Marche!
Story: Homenagem MAD às Mulheres na Marinha
with Mary Joan Chini, Jack Rickard

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MAD Magazine #1 July 1984

Writer
Department: Seção Desordens Médicas
Story: Um Guia MAD de Anatomia do Corpo Humano Baseada nos Quadrinhos
with Sergio Aragonés, Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #2 August 1984

Writer
Department: Seção Charles, Chute-se
Story: Faça Você Mesmo a Sua Tirinha de Peanuts
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #5 November 1984

Writer
Department: Seção Quadrada
Story: Se os Quadrinhos Refletissem o Mundo de Verdade
with Domingos Demasi, George Woodbridge, Gilson Lopes

MAD Magazine #6 December 1984

Writer
Department: Seção Satisfação Garantida ou Seu Dinheiro de Volta
Story: P.A.M. – Produtos & Acessórios Máfia: Catálogo 1984
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #7 January 1985

Writer
Department: Seção Fichinha
Story: O Dono de Fliperama do Ano
with Angelo Torres

MAD Magazine #8 March 1985

Writer
Department: Seção Informulativa
Story: As Fórmulas MAD para as Relações Humanas
with Sergio Aragonés
Writer
Department: Seção Circo Vicioso
Story: Se Você Andar por uma Rua Escura
with George Woodbridge
Writer
Department: Seção Postal
Story: A Corrente MAD da Sorte

MAD Magazine #9 April 1985

Writer
Department: Seção da Meia-Noite
Story: Clichês que São um Horror
with Paul Coker, Jr.
Writer
Department: Seção Melecaleira
Story: O Teste de Aptidão do MAD - Você Pode Se Tornar um Astro do Rock?
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #18 February 1986

Writer
Department: Seção Ecatiqueta
Story: 14 Regras MAD do Bom Comportamento
with Paul Coker, Jr.
Writer
Department: Seção Freud, Explica
Story: Teste de Aptidão MAD - Você Daria um Bom Psiquiatra?
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #22 August 1986

Writer
Department: Seção Som e Salvo
Story: Teste de Laboratório MAD sobre o Ruído
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #23 October 1986

Writer
Department: Seção Don Martin Part 2
Story: Certa Manhã na Ilha de Páscoa
with Don Martin

MAD Magazine #24 November 1986

Writer
Department: Seção Desinformática
Story: Zé Fissura × Romboprev
with Don Martin

MAD Magazine #26 January 1987

Writer
Department: Seção Remota
Story: A Escala Richter MAD para os Seres Humanos
with Al Jaffee

MAD Magazine #28 March 1987

Writer
Department: Seção Deu na Coluna
Story: O Faça-Você-Mesmo MAD de Notícia de Jornal sobre Concerto de Rock
with George Woodbridge
Writer
Department: Seção Jeca Palance
Story: O Acredite se Quiser do MAD
with Bob Clarke
Writer
Department: Seção Star Traque
Story: Movie satire: ‘Burrada nas Estrelas – A Viagem para Caca’ [‘Jornada nas Estrelas IV – A Volta para Casa’/‘ Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home’]
with Mort Drucker
Writer
Department: Seção Pra Acabar
Story: Os Canais a Cabo Especiais do Futuro
with Earle Doud

MAD Magazine #36 December 1987

Writer
Department: Seção Rolarrude
Story: Movie satire: ‘Os Buchos de Eca-Lixo’ [‘As Bruxas de Eastwick’/‘The Witches of Eastwick’]
with Mort Drucker
Writer
Department: Seção Tolavisão
Story: No Princípio…
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #40 April 1988

Writer
Department: Seção Axeca
Story: Song parody: “Fede!”
with Jack Davis, Domingos Demasi
Writer
Department: Seção Horróscopo
Story: Guia MAD Instantâneo para os Tipos do Zodíaco
with Harry North

MAD Magazine #44 August 1988

Writer
Department: Seção Calo na Mão
Story: A Equipe Olímpica de Videogames
with George Woodbridge
Writer
Department: Seção Gay-leria
Story: O Plano MAD para Melhorar os Cinemas
with Harry North

MAD Magazine #47 November 1988

Writer
Department: Seção Lista Negra
Story: Os Índices do MAD
with Mike Snider
Writer
Department: Seção Sectária
Story: Movie satire: ‘Uma Secretária que Dá Furo’ [‘Uma Secretária de Futuro’/‘Working Girl’]
with Angelo Torres

MAD Magazine #67 October 1990

Writer
Department: Seção Enganação
Story: Quando o Eufemismo Dominar Completamente
with Sergio Aragonés
Writer
Department: Seção Come Cru
Story: Movie satire: “A Sonolência dos Inocentes”
with Sam Viviano

MAD Magazine #76 August 1991

Writer
Department: Seção Star Traque
Story: Movie satire: “Burrada nas Estrelas – A Nova Degradação”
with Mort Drucker

MAD Magazine #77 October 1991

Writer
Department: Seção Argh-eológica
Story: Dinossauros Modernos que Gostaríamos de Ver Extintos
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #80 January 1992

Writer
Department: Seção RAPidinha
Story: Quando o Rap Fizer Parte do Nosso Dia-a-Dia
with Jack Davis
Writer
Department: Seção Múltipla Escória
Story: O Vestibular Prático do MAD

MAD Magazine #82 April 1992

Writer
Department: Seção Dá no Couro
Story: Um Comentário MAD sobre a Tatuagem
with Al Jaffee

MAD Magazine #87 October 1992

Writer
Department: Seção Novo Imundo
Story: MAD Saúda Colombo – Pontos Altos da Viagem de 1492
with Tom Bunk

MAD Magazine #92 April 1993

Writer
Department: Seção Chupação
Story: Plágios dos 'Simpsons' que sem Dúvida Vamos Ver
with Sam Viviano
Writer
Department: Seção RAPeize
Story: O Rap MAD da Bíblia
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #96 August 1993

Writer
Department: Seção Na Pressão
Story: Novos Grupos de Pressão dos Anos 90
with George Woodbridge

MAD Magazine #101 January 1994

Writer
Department: Seção O Feto que Se Encerra
Story: Faça Você Mesmo a Notícia de Aborto do MAD
Writer
Department: Seção Meu Bem Meu Mal
Story: Quando Você Pensa que Nada Pode Piorar...
with Tom Bunk

MAD Magazine #116 September 1995

Writer
Department: Seção Burrada nas Estrelas
Story: A Saga de Star Trek
with Sergio Aragonés

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MAD Magazine #6 September 2001

Writer
Department: Seção Simplória
Story: Desenhos Inspirados nos Simpsons que não Deram Certo
with Sam Viviano, J. Pestana

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MAD Magazine #50 August 2012

MAD Magazine #67 February 2014

Writer
Department: Seção Insalubre
Story: Redação MAD Faça Você Mesmo: Obamacare - Uma Resenha
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Magazine #68 March 2014

Writer
Department: Seção Frase de Defeito
Story: Comentários Espirituosos Esquecidos pela História
with Rick Geary
Writer
Department: Seção Conjuntivite On Line
Story: Álbum de Fotos do Usuário do Google Glass
with John Kerschbaum

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MAD Especial #2 August 1985

Writer
Department: Seção do Baralho Part 1
Story: As Aventuras do Barão Vermelho
with Jack Muccio, Jack Rickard
Writer
Department: Seção Minduim Estragado Part 2
Story: Se os Personagens de 'Peanuts' Envelhecessem como Pessoas Comuns
with Bob Clarke
Writer
Department: Seção Pintas como Eu Pinto?
Story: Se os Grandes Pintores Desenhassem Quadrinhos
with Bob Clarke
Writer
Department: Seção Barão do Baralho Part 2
Story: Mais Aventuras do Barão Vermelho
with Jack Rickard
Writer
Department: Seção Desordens Médicas
Story: Um Guia MAD de Anatomia do Corpo Humano Baseada nos Quadrinhos
with Sergio Aragonés, Jack Rickard
Writer
Department: Seção Batendo as Botas
Story: Obituários dos Personagens de Quadrinhos
with Otacílio d’Assunção

MAD Especial #3 March 1986

Writer
Department: Seção Achados e Perdidos
Story: Movie satire: ‘Caçadores da Arte Perdida’ [‘Caçadores da Arca Perdida’/‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’]
with Dick DeBartolo, Jack Davis

MAD Especial #5 December 1987

Writer
Department: Seção Preventiva
Story: Em Caso de Emergência: Cartões para Pessoas Específicas

MAD Especial #7 August 1990

Writer
Department: Seção Deu na Coluna
Story: O Faça-Você-Mesmo MAD de Notícia de Jornal sobre Concerto de Rock
with George Woodbridge
Writer
Department: Seção Melecaleira
Story: O Teste de Aptidão do MAD
with George Woodbridge

MAD Especial #8 November 1990

Writer
Department: Seção Quadrada
Story: Se os Personagens de Quadrinhos Fossem para o Analista
with Hans Tischler, Bob Clarke
Writer
Department: Seção Desinformática Part 5
Story: Zé Fissura × Romboprev
with Don Martin
Writer
Department: Seção Informulativa
Story: As Fórmulas MAD para as Relações Humanas
with Sergio Aragonés

MAD Especial #11 December 1991

Writer
Department: Seção Cocôisas da Vida
Story: Difícil Mesmo É…
with Paul Coker, Jr.
Writer
Department: Seção Remota
Story: A Escala Richter MAD para os Seres Humanos
with Al Jaffee

MAD Especial #12 February 1992

Writer
Department: Seção da Meia-Noite
Story: Clichês que São um Horror
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Especial #14 February 1993

Writer
Department: Seção Spraycial Part 2
Story: Grafites da Pré-História
with Harry North

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Mad Esøtericø December 1993

Writer
Department: Minipôster MAD
Story: Os Quatro Cavaleiros do Apocalipse
with Jack Thurston
Writer
Department: Seção das Façanhas
Story: O Livro Neuman de Recordes Mundiais… que Resultaram em Recordes Mundiais Colaterais e Desconhecidos
with Al Jaffee
Writer
Department: Seção Caducação Física
Story: Exercícios Inevitáveis para o Morador Urbano
with Al Jaffee

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Super MAD #1 January 1995

Writer
Department: Seção Corres Pondência
Story: Cartões de Saudações de Acordo com a Nossa Época
with Paul Coker, Jr.

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MAD Especial #6 October 2003

Writer
Department: Seção Aragonés Part 2
Story: Aragonés Revisita Woodstock!
with Sergio Aragonés

MAD Especial #7 December 2003

Writer
Story: Guia MAD pra Entender o Sistema de Classes
with Marilyn d'Amico, Paul Coker, Jr.
Writer
Story: Quando Você É Pobre…/Quando Você É Rico…
with Jack Davis
Writer
Department: Minipôster MAD Part 2
Story: Os Modernos Tapetes Voadores
with Irving Schild

MAD Especial #8 March 2004

Writer
Department: Seção Opostos Se Traem
Story: O Livro MAD do “Eles” × “Você”
with Paul Coker, Jr.
Writer
Department: Seção Caçadores da Grana Perdida
Story: Movie satire: “Catadores da Caca Perdida” [Raiders of the Lost Ark]
with Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo

MAD Especial #9 August 2004

Writer
Department: Seção Novíssimo Testamento
Story: Magazine satire: “Bíblia Pop”
with George Woodbridge

MAD Especial #10 October 2004

Writer
Department: Seção Cartoon Xerox
Story: Os Clones de Os Simpsons que Logo Vão Pintar por Aqui…
with Sam Viviano

MAD Especial #13 February 2006

Writer
Department: Seção Terremorto
Story: A Escala Richter MAD para Seres Humanos
with Al Jaffee

MAD Especial #14 August 2006

Writer
Department: Seção Nos Bastidores do Trash Animado
Story: Versões Disney de Filmes Violentos
with Sam Viviano, Desmond Devlin
Writer
Department: Seção Reviravoltas
Story: O Livro MAD de 'Boas Notícias – Más Notícias'
with George Woodbridge

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MAD Especial #8 March 2010

Writer
Department: Seção Requebrando o Recorde
Story: O Livro Neuman de Recordes Mundiais… que Resultaram em Recordes Mundiais Colaterais e Desconhecidos
with Al Jaffee
Writer
Department: Seção Docinho de Coco
Story: O Livro MAD da “Paixão-Amor-Convivência”
with Paul Coker, Jr.

MAD Especial #11 February 2011

Writer
Department: Seção Argheológica
Story: Movie satire: 'Caçadores da Caca Perdida' ['Caçadores da Arca Perdida'/'Raiders of the Lost Ark']
with Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo

MAD Especial #13 September 2011

Writer
Department: Seção Desclassificada
Story: Quadro de Avisos do Condomínio
with T. Peplinski

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Author

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Writer
Department: Ravin' Maniac
Story: 'The Jogger' - With Apologies to Edgar Allan Poe
with Jack Davis
Writer
Department: Grinding the Axiom
Story: MAD Laws
with Paul Coker, Jr.

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Author
Author
Author
Author

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MAD Magazine #1 December 1974

Writer
Back Cover: Escenas que nos gustaría ver
with Jack Rickard

MAD Magazine #2 February 1975

Idea
Story: Análisis del ronquido

MAD Magazine #3 April 1975

Writer
Story: Ejercicios del sufrido ciudadano
with Al Jaffee

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Author
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Illustrator
Writer (with Sy Reit)
Writer
Writer

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