Al Jaffee

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Al Jaffee
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March 13th, 1931, Savannah, Georgia
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Awards

Reuben Award – 2008 National Cartoonists

Society Advertising and Illustration Award for 1973

Special Features Award for 1971 and 1975 Humor Comic Book Award for 1979

2013 Will Eisner Hall of Fame Award

Contributions by Al Jaffee

MAD Magazine • USA • New York
MAD Magazine #25August 1955
  • Baseball... Science Or Skill? (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Sports
MAD Magazine #26November 1955
  • A Guide To Better Understanding The Fine Old Art of Boxing (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Sports
  • My Secret (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Sports
  • A Lad and a Lion (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Nature
  • Safety Features (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Science
  • Football (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Sports
  • Stamps (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Hobbies
  • The Race is On for the Super Guided Missile (Artist, Writer with Jack Davis, Wally Wood)
    Department: Science
  • Million Dollar Horse (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Sports
  • See The Difference Color TV Makes... (Writer with Frank Kelly Freas)
    Department: RGA Victim
  • Modern Auto Accidents (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: There's A Ford In Your Suture
  • Modern Architecture (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Pencil Point of View
  • The Battle of The Credit Cards (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: All Charged Up
  • The Greatest Missle Ever Built (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Brains & Von Braun
  • Bridge: The Aristocrat of Card Games (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Trick-Or-Cheat
  • Miracle Fabrics (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Ready-To-Swear
MAD Magazine #49September 1959
  • Vic Tinny Gyms (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Big Build-Up
MAD Magazine #50October 1959
  • How To Fight The Small Car Threat (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Fix Their Volkswagen
  • Women In Whisky Ads (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Ladies of Distinction
  • Nothing Stops It - Not Even Power Brakes (Writer with Frank Kelly Freas)
    Department: Body By Fishey
MAD Magazine #51December 1959
  • Painting By The Numbers (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Digitalent
  • Testing Civilians For Space Flight (Writer)
    Department: Solar Perplexus
MAD Magazine #52January 1960
  • Living Space (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Room With A Phew!
  • What? You Say I'm Not Covered? (Writer with Lester Krauss)
    Department: Safe Form Mutual
  • Pictures The Editor Left Out (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Accentuate The Positive
  • Weak Coffee Sales Gives Us Growers Java Jitters! (Writer with Frank Kelly Freas)
    Department: League of Frightened Coffee Growers
MAD Magazine #57September 1960
  • Madison Ave. Surplus Sale (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Hard Sell-Out
  • Fishing (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Fin And Had-it
  • Tall Tales (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Lanky-Panky
MAD Magazine #58October 1960
  • Sailing (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: The Breeze And Aye-Aye
MAD Magazine #59December 1960
  • TV Ads We'd Like to See: The Polydent Commercial (Writer with Joe Orlando)
    Department: Television
  • The Parent from Ages 21 to 60 (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: The Patter of Big Feet
MAD Magazine #60January 1961
  • Educational Toys (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Bored of Education
  • Mail Order Gift Catalogues (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Parcel Pest
  • Adult TV Cartoons (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: Drawing on an Old Format
  • Scenes We'd Like to See (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Hollywood
  • A Mad Guide For Baby Sitters (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Squatters' Rights Dept
MAD Magazine #66October 1961
  • How To Find Things You Never Expected (Writer with Bob Clarke)
  • Future Telephone Triumphs (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
MAD Magazine #67December 1961
  • Mad Suggestions for Use of New Army Rocket Belt (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Forward Arch
  • More Efficient Snow Removal (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Getting the Drift
  • MAD Investigates the Sordid Business of Gambling (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: The Wagers of Sin
  • A Mad Guide to "Do-It-Yourself" TV Repairs (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Easy on the Socket-Book
MAD Magazine #76January 1963
  • If Kids Designed Their Own Christmas Toys (Artist, Writer with Lester Krauss)
    Department: They Drew What They Wanted
  • Modern Chess (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: One False Move
MAD Magazine #81September 1963
  • The Mad Plan for Beating TV Commercial Breaks (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Stepping Away from the Pitch
  • If Comic Strip Characters Behaved Like Real People (Writer with Wally Wood)
    Department: What Mortals These Fools Be
  • Popular Scientific Mechanics (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: For Whom the Fools Tool
MAD Magazine #82October 1963
  • New Opportunities for Recent Grads (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Mind Your Own Business
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Watch That Price with the Asterisk (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Who's Covering Up
  • The Great Cigarette Filter Tip War (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Puff, the Tragic Draggin'
  • Who Wants to Be President More than Anything (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • The Only Hope for Curing Beatle-Mania (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #89September 1964
  • The One Sure Thing We'll All Get Out of Our Moon Shot (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #90October 1964
  • Misleading TV Titles (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: Extra-Senseless Reception
  • The Next Scientific-Medical Breakthrough That Millions of Dollars Will Be Spent to Discover (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-in
MAD Magazine #91December 1964
  • Some Mad Devices for Safer Smoking (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Inhale-Safe
  • What's Really Behind South American Unrest? (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Self-Portrait (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
MAD Magazine #92January 1965
  • The Image of U.S. Justice That the Rest of the World Sees (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-in
  • A Child's View of Newspaper Headlines (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Double Scoop
  • A Mad Look at Signs of the Times (Writer with Dick DeBartolo, Don Reilly, Bob Clarke)
    Department: Symbol-Minded
  • What Brilliant New Ideas Has the Current TV Season Produced (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Famous People's Home-Study Courses (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Schools Rush In
  • Which National Symbol is Going to Need the Biggest Repair Job? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Hair Goo (Writer with Jack Rickard)
    Department: Hair 'em Scare 'em
  • The Fold--In Picture That Not Even Playboy Would Dare Print (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • TV Commercial Aids (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Out! Damned Spot!
  • The Harvest We Shall Reap From the Super-Patriots' Methods of Exposing "Communist Plotters" in America (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #97September 1965
  • Being Rich Is Better Than a Warm Puppy (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Blue Chips Off the Old Block
  • What Comes After Pop Art and Op Art (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #98October 1965
  • Surfing (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Only For the Board-Minded
  • Mad's Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Put Your Funny Where Your Mouth Is
  • Who Are the Disaster Victims That Nobody Helps? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-in
MAD Magazine #99December 1965
  • What Wild Frenzy Will Future College Students Face? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #100January 1966
  • Mad's Puzzle Page (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Lame-Brain Games
  • A Vital Message From the Staff of Mad (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Mad's Puzzle Page (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Lame-Brain Games
  • How Do Bosses Plan To Celebrate Future Office Xmas Parties (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • National Perspirer (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Ecchtra! Ecchtra! Heave All About It
  • ABC TV's Wide World of Sports (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: Athlete's Feat
  • How You Too Can Make a Fortune in the Booming Ski Business (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • The Television Studio (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
  • Mad's "Share the Wealth" Income Tax Form (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Ten-Forty or Fight
  • What Awesome U.S. Weapon Wipes Out Millions Every Year? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Postage Stamp Advertising (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Licking the Problem
  • The Kind of Fireworks Some People Would Like to See (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • A Mad Look at Shut-Ins (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Canned Laughter
  • What Awesome Beast Threatens Unwary Campers Every Year (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-in
MAD Magazine #106October 1966
  • A Mad Look at the Joys of Scuba Diving (Writer with Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke)
    Department: Glub-Glub
  • What Profitable Car-Buyer Market Will Automakers Stupidly Lose Again With This Year's Models (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #107December 1966
  • Mad's Puzzle Page (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Lame-Brain Games
  • What's the Dirtiest Play in Modern Football (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #108January 1967
  • Telephone Solicitors (Artist, Writer)
    Department: National Hang-Up
  • A Christmas Message from Santa Claus (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Idiot-Proof Products (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Brain and Strain is Mainly on the Wane
  • How Various Magazines Would Handle the Same Cartoon Situation (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Editorial Wheeze
  • What is Today's Most Shocking Drug Menace? (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • The Mad Hate Book (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Vex Education
  • What Is Replacing Girls In Young Men's Minds (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Outdoor Sports Indoors (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Homebody-Building
  • What Deadly Killer Threatens Us All? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • What Would Be a Perfect Slogan For the Advertising Industry? (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #113September 1967
  • Artist
    Department: Letters
  • Some Mad Auto Safety Features (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Achilles Wheel
  • Where Is the Current Trend in Popular Literature Headed? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #114October 1967
  • What Is the Only Way To Beautify America (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #115December 1967
  • What Is One of the Really Exciting Possibilities of a Psychedelic "Trip"? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #116January 1968
  • Let Us Spray (Artist)
  • Mad's Medical Mother Goose (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Taking a Gander at Quacks
  • What Is the Most Expensive Accessory Item Young Car-Buyers Purchase? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Mad's Snappy Answers To Stupid Questions (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Put Your Funny Where Your Mouth Is
  • What Is the Worst Threat to Recovery Hospital Patients Can Suffer? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Me and My Big Mouth (Artist with Dean Norman)
    Department: Tongue-In-Check
  • What Dedicated Group Does a Lot of Planting, and Yet Nothing Ever Comes of It (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • The Mad Hate Book II (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Vex Education
  • What Is the One Thing Most School Dropouts Are Sure to Become? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #121September 1968
  • A July 4th Salute (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
MAD Magazine #123December 1968
  • In What Battle Zone Are the Most Shocking Atrocities Being Committed? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #124January 1969
  • The Magic Spell (Writer with Jack Rickard)
  • Christmas Is... (Artist with Gilbert Barnhill)
    Department: God Help Us, Everyone
  • What Gift Will Many Holiday Party Revelers Pick Up on the Drive Home? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Me and My Big Mouth 2 (Artist with Dean Norman)
    Department: Tongue-In-Check
  • What Is the One Thing Protest Marches Have Greatly Improved (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Mad's Color Puzzle Page (Writer with Bob Clarke)
  • Mad's 1968-'69 Football Low Lights (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: Insane Replays
  • Which Modern Artist Is Most Successfully Communicating with His Audience? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Signs of Status (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Display As You Go
  • Bullbit (Writer with Mort Drucker)
    Department: God Save McQueen
  • What Industry Contributes More to Air Pollution than Any Other? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • The Heart Transplant (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Pump and Circumstances
  • What Is the One Unhappiness Almost All Modern Parents Are Sure to Share with Their Children (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #129September 1969
  • What Were the Investigations Into the "Pueblo Affair" Really Looking For? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #130October 1969
  • The Nightmare (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
  • What Does the Future Hold For Our Great American Pastime? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #131December 1969
  • A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes: At a Hospital (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Inside-Ouch
  • What Great New Chasm Has Been Discovered That Dwarfs Even the Grand Canyon (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #132January 1970
  • What New Trend Is Destroying a Time-Honored Theater Art? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • What Is a Born Winner? (Writer with Sergio Aragonés)
    Department: Every Clod Has a Silver Lining
  • What Is One Special Benefit Derived From Modern Rock Music By Some of Its Fans (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • What Offensive Animal Would Many Americans Like To See Become Extinct? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • The Mad Book of Magic & Other Dirty Tricks (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Hokey-Focus
  • Who Is Fast Becoming Our All-Time Top Comic Character (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • What Form of Inflation Are Most Americans Constantly Fighting? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #137September 1970
  • Hawks And Dove (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Hawks And Dove
  • What Silent Majority Will We Never Hear From ? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #138October 1970
  • Hawks And Dove (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Hawks And Dove
  • What Innocent Product Threatens The World With An Immense Explosion ? (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #139December 1970
  • Hawks & Doves (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Fowl Play
  • Mini ? Midi ? Maxi ? What Kind of Clothing Style Would We Like to See Kids Wear ? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #140January 1971
  • The Christmas Tree (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Hawks and Doves
  • What Essential Item Won't Be Available Again This Year? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • The Snowy Air Force Base (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Hawks and Doves
  • What Is Contributing Most to the Breakdown of Communication Between People? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • The Cannon (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Hawks and Doves
  • In What Dangerous Direction Are Militant Revolutionaries Leading Us? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Sign Language (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • The Fox Hole (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Hawks and Doves
  • You Know It's Really Over When... (Writer with Gloria L. Rich, Jack Rickard)
    Department: Severence Play
  • What Is Fast Becoming the Only Place To See Rare Vanishing Animal Species? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • The Mad Non-Smoker's Hate Book (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Where There's Smoke, There's Ire
  • The Air Show (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Hawks and Doves
  • What Deadly Missions Are More and More Servicemen Voluntarily Going on? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #145September 1971
  • A Fish Tale (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: Hawks and Doves; Fowl Play
  • What New Phenomena Will Send Workingmen's Temperatures Soaring This Summer? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: MAD Fold-In
MAD Magazine #146October 1971
  • The Electronic War Game (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Hawks and Doves
  • What's Always Been the Favorite Method For Camouflaging Military Activity (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #147December 1971
  • The Mountain Hike (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Hawks and Doves
  • What Kind of Political Bandwagon Would Many Republicans Like to See Prepared For Our V.P.? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #148January 1972
  • The Sword Duel (Writer with George Woodbridge)
    Department: A Movie Scene We'd Like to See
  • The Electric Train (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Hawks and Doves
  • What Is Really Bugging Most Americans? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Caesar Made the Salad (Writer with Irving Schild)
    Department: A TV Scene We'd Like To See
  • What Recent By-product of American Industry Is Winning the Public's Confidence? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • More Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Put Your Funny Where Your Mouth Is
  • Just What Is Richard Nixon Hoping to Find on His Historic Trip to China? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • What Beloved American Animal Will Never Become Extinct Because of Overwhelming Public Support? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • What Institution Graduates Super-Specialists In Their Chosen Fields? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #153September 1972
  • Snappy Answers to Stupid TV Commercials (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Ad Insult to Injury
  • What Sudden Assault Has Wiped Out More and More Americans Each Year? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #154October 1972
  • The Mad Car-Owners Hate Book (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Car Sick
  • What Can We Expect From All of the Candidates in the 1972 Political Swim? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Back Cover: Mad's Great Moments in Advertising: America's Final Cigarette Break (Writer with Irving Schild)
MAD Magazine #155December 1972
  • The Fairy Godmother (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: A Grim Fairy Tale
  • What Special Spirit Seems to Inspire Today's Nutty Fashions? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #156January 1973
  • Christmas Greedings (Writer with Bob Clarke)
  • The Mad Christmas Hate Book (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Yule-O-Gee!
  • What Special Gift Is Still in Short Supply This Year? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Don't You Feel Like A Schmuck?! (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Misfortune Kookie
  • Inside Back Cover: What Crazy New Trips Are the Freaks Into Lately? (Writer, Artist)
  • The Mad TV Viewers Hate Book (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Screen Plagues
  • Whose Life Would Be Seriously Endangered If Pot Were Legalized? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • In an Agent's Office (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • Planned Obsolescence in Everyday Products (Writer, Artist)
    Department: A Worse Mousetrap
  • What Unique and Special Experience Are More and More Lovers Sharing These Days? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Equal Ju$tice For All (Colorist, Artist with Max Brandel)
    Department: Another Mad Mini-Poster
  • What of Nature's Ravages Continues To Defy Modern Technology? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #161September 1973
  • Crime Foilers For the Average Citizen (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Props and Robbers
  • What Is the Worst Form of Capital Punishment? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #162October 1973
  • The Mad Motorist's Guide to American Wildlife (Writer, Artist with Robert Kaufman)
    Department: Bumper Stickers
  • What Old Indian Trick Is Actually Avenging the White Man's Massacres? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #163December 1973
  • What Volatile System Is Now Heavily Fueled and Promises to Rocket to Unlimited Heights? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #164January 1974
  • An Architectural Triumph (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Best Splayed Plans
  • When Is There Never a Shortage of Gas? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Unavoidable Exercises For The Urban Dweller (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Is Believing In Honest Politicians Like? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
  • Mad's Cheap Revolutionary Way to Eat Out and Lose Weight (Artist with Larry Gore)
    Department: Dietripe
  • What Emerging Force Thinks it is Cleverly Solving the Problem of Overpopulation? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Back Cover: "Scenes From Childhood" series: Our Floundering Fathers (Writer with Jack Rickard)
  • The Mad Game of Basebrawl (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Diamond and the Rough
  • What Is the Most Explicitly Taught Subject in the World? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • A Mad Guide to Recycling Garbage (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Altering the Waste
  • What Big Car Feature Will Soon Be Included in Small Economy Cars? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #169September 1974
  • Trademark Graffiti (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Add-vertising
  • Inside Back Cover: Mad Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #170October 1974
  • What Is the Only Thing That Completely Ignores the Law of Gravity? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • A Mad Look at a TV Commercial (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #171December 1974
  • What Looks Like the Surest, Fastest Transportation to Washington This Year? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #172January 1975
  • Picture Road Signs We'd Like to See (Writer with Frank Jacobs, Bob Clarke)
    Department: The Symbol Truth
  • Mad Solutions to Big City Doggie-Do Problems (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Out, Damned Spot!
  • What Simple Pasttime is Fast Becoming a Luxury That Many Americans Can No Longer Afford? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
  • Inside Back Cover: What Is the One Driving Hazard That Auto Makers Are Almost Powerless to Remove? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • Artist
    Department: Letters
  • Inside Back Cover: What Special-Interest Group is Benefiting Most from Our Jammed Courts? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • Inside Back Cover: Mad's Fold-In Folds with This Issue (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • Back Cover: Ms. Liberty (Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: Where Has the Most Shocking Rise in Crime Taken Place? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
MAD Magazine #177September 1975
  • Mad Devices Designed to Solve Our Smoker vs. Non-Smoker Problems (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Where There's Smoke, There's Ire
  • Inside Back Cover: What Special Items Do Foreign Shoppers Find Easily Obtainable in the U.S.? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #178October 1975
  • The Mad Economics Primer (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Currency Events
  • Inside Back Cover: What Large Group Would Be Delighted to Have President Ford Join Their Ranks? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #179December 1975
  • Artist with Jack Davis
    Department: Letters
  • Future "No-Frills Travel" Gimmicks (Writer, Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Venal Fly Traps
  • Inside Back Cover: When Can You Be Guaranteed the Very Best Weather? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
MAD Magazine #180January 1976
  • Artist with Dave Berg, Don Martin
    Department: Letters
  • Inside Back Cover: What Unusual Dining Aid Will Soon Become a Necessity in Many Restaurants? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • Artist
    Department: Letters
  • Inside Back Cover: What Kind of Vicious Big Shots Have Been Taking Over Our Cities? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • The Castaway (Writer with Paul Coker, Jr.)
  • Inside Back Cover: In What Important Bowl Game are There Nothing But Losers? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: How Have Some Pesky Critters Gotten Out of Control Lately? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
  • Mad Solutions to Big City Parking Problems (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Auto-Suggestions
  • Inside Back Cover: What Is Becoming a Most Disturbing Political Argument These Days? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #185September 1976
  • Some Useful Mad Gadgets for Slob-Proofing Your Home (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mess Hysteria
  • Inside Back Cover: What Abused Old Timer Needs More Tender Loving Care than Ever Lately? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
MAD Magazine #186October 1976
  • The Neuman Book of World Records...that Led to Lesser-known Follow-up Records (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Smelly Feats
  • Inside Back Cover: What Important Executive Position Should You Train For? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • Back Cover: Let Us Spray (Writer with Irving Schild)
MAD Magazine #187December 1976
  • What Popular Con Game...Played in a Carnival-like Atmosphere...Makes Suckers of Us All (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #188January 1977
  • Inside Back Cover: What Particular Species in Our Environment is Sure to Get Special Protection From Any Winning Candidate (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
  • A Mad Look at Some Exciting New Job Opportunities (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: Hire Aspirations
  • Inside Back Cover: What's the Best Thing to Use to See Stars? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • Back Cover: Mad Salutes the Automobile Industry (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Remarkable Magic Trick Will the East be Looking for This Fall? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What's the Most Popular Talk Show on the Air Today? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • Back Cover: One Night in the Big City (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #193September 1977
  • Mad Products with Paired Names (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: Show and Sell
  • Welcome to Mad Magazine's Reality World (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Unbecoming Attractions
  • Inside Back Cover: Where Are Some of the World's Great Oil deposits? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #194October 1977
  • Inside Back Cover: What Popular Source of Energy Is Short-Lived and of Questionable Value? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #195December 1977
  • Inside Back Cover: What's the One Thing Oil-rich Sheiks Have No Intention of Fueling in Their Own Lands? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #196January 1978
  • Inventions We'd Like to See (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Does a College Education Promise to Give Many of Today's Students? (Writer, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Infectious Foreign Invasion Is Spreading in Epidemic Proportions Among Americans Lately? (Artist, Writer)
  • Mad One-Time-Use Products (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: One to a Customer
  • Inside Back Cover: What Competitive Russian and Japanese Enterprise Threatens Total Annihilation? (Artist, Writer)
  • Cover Artist
  • Front Cover (Artist)
  • "Inventive Genius" (Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: Where Are Some Very Successful Actors Coming from Lately? (Writer, Artist)
  • Back Cover: One Night in the City (Writer with Jack Davis)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Volatile Ingredients - - Now Being Formulated - - are Sure to Cause Future Catastrophes? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #201September 1978
  • Trademark Graffiti (Artist, Writer with Jim Rutherford)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Colorful Spectacular Creature is Still Being Exploited... Even After it has Wiggled and Died? (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #202October 1978
  • Some Imaginative Mad Suggestions for... Recycling Your Throw-Aways (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: Some Imaginative Mad Suggestions for...
  • Inside Back Cover: What Kind of Competition is Giving Motel Owners the Jitters? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #203December 1978
  • Inside Back Cover: What Former World Champ Is Taking an Awful Licking Lately? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #204January 1979
  • "New-Improved" Products that Really Are New and Improved (Artist, Writer with Billy Doherty)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Marvelous New Development Should Have Architects Everywhere Rejoicing? (Artist, Writer)
  • This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to Be Presented to Deserving Doctors (Writer, Artist)
    Department: This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to Be Presented to
  • Inside Back Cover: What's the Most Sickening Thing on T.V. Today? (Artist, Writer)
  • Everyday Scenes We'd Love to See (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
  • This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to Deserving Corporate Executives (Writer, Artist)
    Department: This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to
  • Inside Back Cover: What Great Star Are We All Eagerly Waiting to Applaud? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to Deserving Teachers (Artist, Writer)
    Department: This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to
  • A Mad Look at... Half Truths in TV Ads (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • Inside Back Cover: What Heavy Drinker Should be Kept Off the Road? (Artist, Writer)
  • This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to Deserving Lawyers (Writer, Artist)
    Department: This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to
  • The Space Age Razor Race (Artist, Writer with John Wick)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Inspiring Lesson Does Professional Sports Teach Our Children? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #209September 1979
  • This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to Deserving Politicians (Artist, Writer)
    Department: This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to
  • Inside Back Cover: What Kind of "Tripping" is Becoming a Big Turn-Off for Many Kids? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #210October 1979
  • This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to Deserving Professional Athletes (Artist, Writer)
    Department: This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to
  • More "New-Improved" Products That Really Are New and Improved (Writer, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Type of Revolting Theater Fare Will Not Appear This Summer... Thank God! (Artist, Writer)
  • Back Cover (Writer with Norman Mingo)
MAD Magazine #211December 1979
  • This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to Deserving Medical Workers (Artist, Writer)
    Department: This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to
  • Inside Back Cover: The Fold-In Fanatic Award (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #212January 1980
  • This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to Deserving Students (Artist, Writer)
    Department: This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to
  • Inside Back Cover: Lightning Never Strikes in the Same Place Twice (Writer, Artist)
  • This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to Deserving Working People (Artist, Writer)
    Department: This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to
  • Inside Back Cover: What Big Disaster Has Occured on This Page? (Writer, Artist)
  • This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to Deserving Actors (Artist, Writer)
    Department: This Issue's Proposed Mad Medals... to be Presented to
  • Inside Back Cover: What Scary New Form of Fallout Has Technology Foisted On Us Lately? (Artist, Writer)
  • Back Cover: The Soaker (Artist with David Manak)
  • An Al Jaffee Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions: Jogging Incident (Artist, Writer)
    Department: An Al Jaffee Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions
  • Inside Back Cover: What Specie Would We All Like to See Become Extinct? (Artist, Writer)
  • An Al Jaffee Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions: Fishing Incident (Writer, Artist)
    Department: An Al Jaffee Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions
  • Inside Back Cover: What New Way Are People Falling "Head Over Heels" These Days? (Artist, Writer)
  • Back Cover: Our Nation's Lowest Award... The Congressional Medal of Dishonor (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #217September 1980
  • Cover Artist
  • Cover: Alfred E. Neuman for President (Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: What's the Best Way to Become a Member of a Crime Organization? (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #218October 1980
  • Inside Back Cover: What's the Most Exciting Thing on TV Today! (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #219December 1980
  • Inside Back Cover: The Race for the Presidency (Writer, Artist)
  • Back Cover: Club for Sale (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #220January 1981
  • An Al Jaffee Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions: Gangland Episode (Artist, Writer)
    Department: An Al Jaffee Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions
  • Inside Back Cover: What is a Ridiculously Expensive Trip Today That Most of Us Would Rather Avoid? (Writer, Artist)
  • Mad Image-Builders (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Disgusting Form of Pollution is Now Considered Dangerous to Us All? (Writer, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: A Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions "Mother Goose" Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What is Always the Movie Industry's Ghastliest Production? (Artist, Writer)
  • Cover Artist
  • Front Cover (Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: How Do Today's Crooks Really Strike it Rich? (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Ancient Slow-Moving Creature is Threatened With Extinction? (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #226October 1981
  • A Barf Bag That Advertises (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Convenient Place has the Chemical Industry Found to Dump its Toxic Products (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
MAD Magazine #227December 1981
  • Inside Back Cover: What New Sex Object has Brought Out Our Animal Instincts? (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #228January 1982
  • Inside Back Cover: What's the Difference Between an Idiot - and Someone Who Folds "Fold Ins"? (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Kind of Obscenity Makes Parents Hate Sending Their Kids to the Movies? (Writer, Artist)
  • Video Games Based on Real Life (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: Why is Taxpayer Like a Bottle of Wine? (Artist, Writer)
  • If Photograph Albums Told the Whole Truth (Artist with Stan Hart)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Remarkable Trick Did You Learn from This Magazine? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • The Mad Student's Hate Book (Artist, Writer with Jody Revenson, Mike Claussen)
    Department: Detest Papers
  • Inside Back Cover: Why Are New "Reaganomics" Like Old Reagan Movies (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
MAD Magazine #233September 1982
  • Mad's Updated Practical Joke Catalog (Artist, Writer with Diane Riccobene)
    Department: Pranks-Giving
  • Inside Back Cover: A "Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions" Fairy Tale Fold-In (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #234October 1982
  • Mad's Theft and Vandal-Proof Products (Artist, Writer)
    Department: A Hitch in Crime
  • Inside Back Cover: What Modern Frowned-Upon Activity Is Keeping Our Youth Slim and Trim? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
MAD Magazine #235December 1982
  • If Elected, I Solemnly Promise ... (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Campains-in-the-Neck
  • Inside Back Cover: What Would be a Vast Improvement on "The Right To Bear Arms"? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
MAD Magazine #236January 1983
  • Chutzpah Is... (Writer with Larry Siegel, Paul Coker, Jr.)
    Department: Topical Gags
  • Mad Presents Some Graphic Demonstrations Of...When Not To Use Famous "Pick-Up" Lines (Artist with Chris Hart)
    Department: Topical Satire
  • Inside Back Cover: What Is The Poor's Greatest Problem ? (Writer, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: How Will Our Military Budget Result in Bloodshed? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Recent Spiritual Movement Has (Thank God) Burned Itself Out? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • Mad's "Defense Contractor" of the Year (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Arms Robbery
  • Inside Back Cover: Where Are Public Executions Sometimes Performed to Entertain an Audience? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: How Has the Reagan Administration Secretly Introduced Prayer into High Schools? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
MAD Magazine #241September 1983
  • Inside Back Cover: Where Should Most Modern Classic Exploitation Horror Films Be Kept? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
MAD Magazine #242October 1983
  • Inside Back Cover: What Is Changing America's Drinking Habits ? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #243December 1983
  • Inside Back Cover: What Great Sporting Event Could Bring Families Together Again (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #244January 1984
  • Inside Back Cover: What Kind of Weather Report Can Chill You To the Bone? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Dreaded Eruption Will Devastate Millions in 1984? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • The Mad Owner's Manual for a New American Car (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Lemon Aid
  • Inside Back Cover: What Is the One Issue that Leaves Pres. Reagan Absolutely Cold? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • Mad's Practical Joke Catalogue for Doctors (Artist with Beppe Sabatini)
    Department: Trying Your Patients
  • Inside Back Cover: What Has Replaced the Bald Eagle as America's Symbol All Over the World? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
MAD Magazine #249September 1984
  • Things To Do on the Day After (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Blast Laugh
  • Inside Back Cover: How Are Some People Bringing Far-Out Sex and Violence Into Their Dull Lives? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
MAD Magazine #250October 1984
  • Mad's Easy Step-by-Step "Break Dance" Chart (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Loco-Motion
  • Inside Back Cover: What Bizarre New Epidemic Is Threatening to Fill Our Hospitals? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #251December 1984
  • A Mad Look at Airlilne Safety Instructions (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Crashing Bore
  • Inside Back Cover: What New Form of Addiction Threatens to Enslave Our Youth? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #252January 1985
  • Inside Back Cover: Who Had a Hand in Promoting a Hot New Erotic Fashion Trend? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • Front Cover (Writer with Richard Williams)
  • Exciting New Uses For Miracle Velcro (Writer, Artist with T.J. Glenn)
    Department: Fasten Furious
  • Inside Back Cover: What New Labor Development (Writer, Artist)
  • Writer
  • Cover: Special Rock Issue (Writer with Richard Williams)
  • Where Your Rock Album Dollar Goes (Artist with John Ficarra)
    Department: Disc-Y Business
  • Useful and Practical Inflight Information We'd Like to See (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Frying the Unfriendly Skies
  • Inside Back Cover: What Powerful Non-Nuclear Device is There No Defense Against? (Artist, Writer)
  • Front Cover (Writer with Richard Williams)
  • A Mad Guide To How Simple Things Work (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Manual Belabored
  • Inside Back Cover: What Area Of High-Tech (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • Front Cover (Writer with Richard Williams)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Safe, Cheap Star Wars Technology Would We Like To Suggest To the Pentagon? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • The Mad Emergency Barf-Inducing Technique The Potrzebie Maneuver (Artist with John Ficarra)
    Department: Heaving Can't Wait
MAD Magazine #257September 1985
  • Cover Artist (with Richard Williams)
  • Truly Logical Transformers (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Change Reaction
  • Inside Back Cover: What is Fast Becoming America's Most Expensive Leisure Time Activity? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #258October 1985
  • Cover Artist
  • Cover: Featuring the Mad Computer Program (Artist)
  • A Mad Look at Some Not-So-Famous First Attempts (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: A Mad Look
  • The Mad Computer Primer (Artist with John Boni)
    Department: Bits and P.C.'s
  • Inside Back Cover (Writer, Artist)
  • Back Cover: The Weinburger (Writer with Harvey Kurtzman, Bill Elder)
MAD Magazine #259December 1985
  • One Disastrous Day on the Atlantic (Writer with Don Martin)
    Department: Don Martin
  • And Now Mad Salutes All the Ladies Who Pump Iron With... Superior Girl (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Dumbelles
  • Bad Habit Enders (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Rehad Met the Enemy
MAD Magazine #260January 1986
  • New Uses For Old Batteries (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Ol' Cell Game
  • Inside Back Cover: How Did This Year's Biggest Product Promotion End Up? (Artist)
  • Zonk Me Out at the Ball Game (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
  • Back Cover: The New, Improved Mad Pooper Scooper (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • Mad's Dual Purpose Clothing Accessories (Artist with Mark A. Dressler)
    Department: Utilize-Capades
  • Consumer Revenge Bill$ (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Due Unto Others
  • Inside Back Cover: What Current Pop Cult Is Attracting Legions Of Followers? (Artist, Writer)
  • A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes At A Health Spa (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: DICK DePARTMENT
  • Inside Back Cover: What's the Biggest Financial Drain On the Federal Government? (Writer, Artist)
  • Back Cover: Snappy Answers To Stupid Questions In A Video Rental Store (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #265September 1986
  • Follow Up Report On Progress (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: DICK DePARTMENT
  • Here We Go With Another Ridiculous (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #266October 1986
  • Inside Back Cover: What kind of aid is the administration offering the American farmer? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #267December 1986
  • Mad's Practical Joke Catalogue For Courtrooms (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: ...And Jest Is For All
  • Inside Back Cover: How Can Devastating Floods of Gunk and Filth Be Stopped? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #268January 1987
  • The Mad Richter Scale for Human Beings (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Do Experts Agree Makes Students Confused and Out of Touch with Reality? (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • Back Cover: Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions at Richard M. Nixon High (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • Mad Mini-Movies Featuring the Fickle Finger Of Fate (Artist, Writer)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: What Rampart Form Of Addiction Threatens the Foundation Of Our Society? (Artist, Writer)
  • Future Phone Gimmicks We Expect To See (Artist, Writer with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: The SHape Of Rings To Come
  • Inside Back Cover: What's the Hottest Number in Merchandising TOday? (Writer, Artist)
  • Mad's Advertising Gullibility Test (Artist with Mike Snider)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Would Be Helpful in Evaluating Government Leaders? (Writer, Artist)
  • It's a Crummy Job ... (Artist with John Ellis Sech)
    Department: Taking a Too Weak Vocation
  • Inside Back Cover: Mad Fold-In (Artist)
MAD Magazine #273September 1987
  • Inside Back Cover: Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at Pee-Wee's Playhouse (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Wimp-Lash
MAD Magazine #274October 1987
  • What group displaying deviant sexual behavior did the Meese Commission overlook? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Fold In
  • Ultimate Accessories For Personal Stereos (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Dick De
  • Little Known World Landmarks (Artist with Dave Wilson)
    Department: A Place In The Pun
MAD Magazine #275December 1987
  • Low-Tech Inventions For Everyday Needs (Artist, Writer)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: What Predatory Creature Most Threatens the Survival of Endangered Species? (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #276January 1988
  • Commemorative Chrismas Ornaments (Artist with John Prete)
    Department: Great Balls Of Ire
  • Inside Back Cover: What Menace Is Zapping the Energy Of Today's Youth? (Artist, Writer)
  • Dual-Purpose Office Supplies For Working Mothers (Artist with John Rios)
    Department: Chore-Fire Solutions
  • Inside Back Cover: What Seems To Be the Only Way Of Making Your Fortune TOday? (Artist, Writer)
  • Quick Recoveries For Embarrassing Situations (Artist, Writer)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • The Official Mad Pardon Of Ronald Reagan (Writer with Jack Davis)
    Department: To Err Is Reagan; To Forgive a Crime
  • Inside Back Cover: What is fast becoming the number one cause of drinking among today's youth? (Artist, Writer)
  • Mad Looks At Handshakes (Artist, Writer with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: What popular teenage turn on is a turn off for parents? (Artist, Writer)
  • Gary Hart Land (Artist with Joe Raiola, Charlie Kadau)
    Department: Carnival Knowledge Edge
  • Inside Back Cover: What loathsome form of useless vegetation is cropping up all over the land? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #281September 1988
  • A Collector's Guide To Stamps Sneakily Designed For Fun and Profit (Writer, Artist)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: What is fast becoming the hottest high stakes card game in the country? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #282October 1988
  • Inside Back Cover: What hurdle must all Olympic athletes pass as they go for the gold? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #283December 1988
  • Other McDlt Type Ideas We'd Like To See From McDonald's (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Fast Food For Thought
  • Inside Back Cover: What advancement is being hailed as a breakthrough in air pollution control? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #284January 1989
  • Mad's Find The Hidden Scoundrels Puzzle (Artist with John Prete)
    Department: Post Sleazin' Play
  • Inside Back Cover: The Worst Poison Spewing Out of Morton Downey Jr's Mouth (Artist, Writer)
  • If Bad Taste Took A Holiday (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Gauche Stories
  • Inside Back Cover: What Is the Latest, Most Terrible Form Of Radio Activity? (Artist, Writer)
  • Specialized Nautilus Machines For Practical Everyday Activities (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Guided Muscles
  • It's Never a Good Sign When.. (Artist with John Prete)
    Department: Hardee-Har-Harbringers
  • Inside Back Cover: What Is Constantly Reaching New Heights? (Artist, Writer)
  • MAD Switcheroos (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: From Bad To Reverse
  • Inside Back Cover: What new exam will every student soon be required to pass? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #289September 1989
  • The Rookstone Catalog of Really Useful Tools, Nifty Gadgets, Hi-Tech Thingamajigs and Crafty Geegaws (Artist, Writer)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: The Latest In Exciting Summer Water Sports (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #290October 1989
  • Modern Rube Goldberg Inventions (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Contraptions Are Coming More Frequently
  • Inside Back Cover: The Kind Of Plague That Has Today's Parents Feeling (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #291December 1989
  • MAD's Big Ego Busters (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Deflater Mouth
  • Inside Back Cover: When it comes to protecting us, where is our government's weakest link? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #292January 1990
  • Mad's Catalogue Of Practical Joke Items For The Computer (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: An Embarrassment Of Richard's
  • Inside Back Cover: What do we fear will be the Bush administration's solution to flag burning? (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What beloved, legendary ball player is a poor bet to make the Hall of Fame? (Artist, Writer)
  • Do You Really Need To Know... (Artist with John Prete)
    Department: Facts Evasion
  • Inside Back Cover: The Creature That Recently Became Extinct In Alaska (Artist, Writer)
  • More Mad Switcheroos (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: From Bad To Reverse
  • Inside Back Cover: A "Snappy Answers To Stupid Questions" Smoking (Artist, Writer)
  • More Quick Recoveries For Embarrassing Situations (Artist, Writer)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: For Whose Work Is a Bidding War Creating Higher and Higher Prices? (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #297September 1990
  • What Corporate Initials Really Stand For (Artist with Michael Goodwin)
    Department: Alphabet Poop
  • Inside Back Cover: The Most Sickening Trend In Movies Today (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #298October 1990
MAD Magazine #299December 1990
  • Inside Back Cover: What musical group has surpassed the achievements of The Beatles? (Artist, Writer)
  • Back Cover: Air Travel (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #300January 1991
  • MAD's Restaurant Survival Kit (Writer, Artist)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: The Master Underachiever That Has Undeservedly Attained Worldwide Fame and Fortune (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: The Ominous Death-Dealing Device That Continues To Threaten Future Generations (Artist, Writer)
  • Great Moments in Medicine (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Anals of Humor
  • Inside Back Cover: What Has George Bush's "Read My Lips" Changed To? (Artist, Writer)
  • A Mad Guide To How Simple Things Work, Part II (Writer, Artist)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: Who Has Carried The Phrase "Read My Lips" Much Too Far (Artist, Writer)
  • New and Improved Store Kiddie Rides (Artist with Dan Birtcher)
    Department: Feeble Attractions
  • Inside Back Cover: What New Health Hazard Are Scientists Now Carefully Monitoring? (Artist, Writer)
  • Back Cover: Snappy Answers To Stupid Questions At A Wrestling Match (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #305September 1991
  • Inside Back Cover: The Failure Of American Society That Is Weighing Heavily On Many Of Today's Teens (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #306October 1991
  • Inside Back Cover: The Tyrannical Overbearing Dictator That Was Recently Cut To Size (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #307December 1991
  • Recycling Obsolete Military Equipment (Artist, Writer)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: Where Our Government Is Most Successfully Using The Camouflage Technique (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #308January 1992
  • Radio Stations We Never Get To Hear (Artist with Dan Birtcher)
    Department: The Call Letters Of The Wild
  • Inside Back Cover: The Garishly Loud Fashion Statements That Have Become a Must For Trendy People (Writer, Artist)
  • Other "Diseases" of The Machine World (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Having a Service Breakdown
  • A MAD Commentary: Tattoos (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Taking It On The Skin
  • Inside Back Cover: Who The Victim Really Was In a Highly Publicized Sexual Harassment Case (Artist, Writer)
  • MAD's Suggestions For Gulf War Memorials (Artist, Writer)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: The Republican With An Outrageous Past Who Is Hoping To Steal His Party's Nomination In '92 (Writer, Artist)
  • The MAD Fast Food Employees Hate Book (Artist with Mike Birtchet)
    Department: Serving Counterattack
  • Inside Back Cover: What The U.S. Can Export To Instantly Cripple The Japanese Auto Industry (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #313September 1992
  • Snappy Actions To Stupid Questions (Artist, Writer)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: The Only Way For Today's Youth To Insure Their Financial Stability (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #314October 1992
  • The Pump Idea In Other Products (Writer, Artist)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: The Assumed Protector Of Our Individual Rights Who Has Been a Stunning Disappointment (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #315December 1992
  • American Radiators (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Brute Farce
  • Inside Back Cover: The Most Effective Way To Deal With Repeat Offenders (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #316January 1993
  • The Proverbs Guaranteed To Leave 'Em Speechless (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Words To Glib By
  • Inside Back Cover: Mad Fold-In With The Demise of The Soviet Fleet, What Appears To Be Our Navy Hotshots' Latest Target (Writer, Artist)
  • A MAD Report on Rollerblading (Artist, Writer)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: The Favorite Of Both Kids And Parents That Is Guaranteed To Be Around Forever (Artist, Writer)
  • The MAD Treasury Of Truly Unexplained Phenomena (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: Bang The Conundrum Slowly
  • Inside Back Cover: The Hideous Creature That Is Spreading a Reign Of Death Over Our Youth (Artist, Writer)
  • Unsuccessful Fund-Raising Events For Little Known Special Interest Groups (Artist with Chris Gudgeon)
    Department: Behind The Donate Ball
  • What's Hot With The Blue Dot (Or What To Wear If You're An Alleged Victim) (Artist)
    Department: In, Damned Spot!
  • Inside Back Cover: The Potential Disaster That The Florida People Are Bracing Themselves For (Writer, Artist)
  • Cover Artist
  • Cover: A Fold-In Cover of... Mad (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • Back Cover: On the Road With Bill and Hillary (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #321September 1993
  • Snappy Answers To Stupid Questions / Stinging Comebacks To Snappy Answers (Artist, Writer)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: The Vile Act That Would Be More Perverse Than Anything These Performers Have Been Accused Of (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #322October 1993
  • Inside Back Cover: Where There Is Pestilence, Hunger and Human Suffering Even The U.N. Can't Stop (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #323December 1993
  • Inside Back Cover: Where The Average Family Is Running Into Big Money Problems These Days (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #324January 1994
  • Doctors' Supply Catalogue (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Malpractice Assurance
  • Inside Back Cover: For Many, The Form Of Mobility That Is The Fastest Way Out Of The Ghetto (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #325February 1994
  • Inside Back Cover: Who On TV Is Surpassing Rush Limbaugh For Intellectual Social Commentary (Writer, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Is Fast Replacing Candy As The Valentine Gift More and More Women Desire? (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: The Sadistic April Fool's Trick That Never Leaves 'Em Laughing (Artist, Writer)
  • Snappy Answers To Stupid Questions Special Killers & Victims Episodes (Artist, Writer)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: The Single Goal That Has Brought Agreement and Unity Among Vastly Different Groups (Artist, Writer)
  • Everything You Need To Know About Caning (Writer, Artist)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: What Has Been Michael Jackson's Most Prized Acquisition (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #330September 1994
  • The MAD Mall Directory (Artist with William T. Raschendorfer)
    Department: Little Shop Of Har-Hars
  • Al Jaffee Gets Gross (Writer, Artist)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: The Part Of The Clinton Crime Plan That Seems Destined To Fail (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #331October 1994
  • Airport Maps Reveal What Cities Are Really Famous For (Writer, Artist)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • Inside Back Cover: What All The Cheating and Lying In Congress Really Does Prove (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #332December 1994
  • Inside Back Cover: The Horrible Sickness That Has Recently Been Linked To Smoking (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #333January 1995
  • Inside Back Cover: What would a lot of people like to see David Copperfield make disappear? (Artist, Writer)
  • Real-Life Superheroes at Comic Book Conventions (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
  • Inside Back Cover: What's the Only Hope All Americans Have of Receiving Exellent Health Care? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: What is replacing baseball as our new national pastime? (Writer, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: What disgraceful historic event will be commemorated in 1995? (Artist, Writer)
  • Back Cover: Newton's 3 Laws of Motion as Applied to "Newton" Gingrich (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What's prompting many Republican candidates to line up eagerly at fundraising dinners? (Writer, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: In typical Hollywood one-upmanship, what do Disney execs hope Pocahantas will become? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #339October 1995
  • A Mad Reality Check - What You Can Expect from the Information Superhighway (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Reality Bytes
  • Inside Back Cover: What form of horrible physical abuse is society powerless to end? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #340November 1995
  • Inside Back Cover: What form of street noise is becoming increasingly annoying to everyone? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #341December 1995
  • Magic Tricks in Everyday Life (Artist with Darren Johnson)
    Department: Stop the Prestidigitations
  • Inside Back Cover: What do Americans have to be truly thankful for this Thanksgiving? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #342January 1996
  • Inside Back Cover: A worried nation ponders: Where will the next bomb go off? (Writer, Artist)
  • What People Say / What Other People Hear (Artist with Barry Liebmann)
    Department: Aural Fixation
  • Inside Back Cover: What's emerging as the greatest threat to our nation's youth? (Artist, Writer)
  • Comic Strip Classics in Their Full Strip Form (Writer with Walt F. Rosenberg)
    Department: Putting Our Thirty Two Cents In
  • Inside Back Cover: What's the new hot sports fan collectible? (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What sinister operation is driving people to the breaking point? (Writer, Artist)
  • What does a college degree still assure today's graduates? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Fold-In
  • Inside Back Cover: Who has the most to lose if kids are kept away from the web? (Artist, Writer)
  • What crime against humanity is the government doing nothing to prevent? (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Fold-In
MAD Magazine #349October 1996
  • Inside Back Cover: What dangerous crop is emerging as a serious threat to our society? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #350October 1996
  • MAD Fold-In (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #351November 1996
  • Mad Salutes Baseball Then and Now (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: The Pot Shot Heard 'Round the World
  • Inside Back Cover: What proposed merger is the federal government moving quickly to block? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #352December 1996
  • Inside Back Cover: What is David Letterman's best hope for gaining more viewers? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #353January 1997
  • More Mad Mini Movies Featuring The Fickle Finger of Fate (Artist, Writer)
    Department: All Jaffee
MAD Magazine #354February 1997
  • Richard Simmons' Etiquette Guide for the 1000 lb. Man (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Saluting the Flab
  • Inside Back Cover: What pop culture phenomenon would we like to see shot down? (Artist, Writer)
  • Mad in the Year 2038 - Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: Future Shlock
  • Inside Back Cover: Who will come out on top in this year's "March Madness?" (Writer, Artist)
  • Absolut Kevorkian. (Writer with Greg Theakston)
  • Absolut Liver. (Writer with Greg Theakston)
  • Absolut O.J. (Writer with Greg Theakston)
  • Inside Back Cover: Where Has an Unexpected Supply of Crude Recently Been Discovered? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
  • Back Cover: Absolut Winter. (Writer with Greg Theakston)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Besieged Group of People Does Our Military Seem Unwilling to Protect (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Is This Spring's Biggest Fashion Blunder? (Writer, Colorist, Artist)
MAD Magazine #361September 1997
  • Get a New Psychiatrist If... (Artist with Desmond Devlin, Butch D'Ambrosio)
    Department: Shrink Wrapped
  • Inside Back Cover: What Could Bill and Hillary be Doing When They Leave the White House? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #362October 1997
  • Inside Back Cover: What's the Hottest Sound in Rap Today? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #363November 1997
  • Border Artist
  • Cover: Win a Night with the Spice Girls (Artist with Don Edwing, Joe DeVito)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Scientific Meddling Has Many Folks Trembling? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #364December 1997
  • Inside Back Cover: What Beloved Four Legged Creature Won't Be Around to Light Up Kids' Lives This Christmas? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #365January 1998
  • Sure Signs Your Job Interview Isn't Going Well (Artist with Don Jacobs)
    Department: Hire Education
  • Inside Back Cover: What hot Hollywood trend has many Americans gasping? (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #366February 1998
  • Inside Back Cover: In what star-studded area have scientists been unable to find any signs of intelligent life? (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What American export is costing many foreigners an arm and a leg? (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What gore-filled scene truly horrifies many Americans? (Artist, Writer)
  • How Many Bimbos Can You Find in this Oval Office Picture? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Commander-In-Heat
  • Inside Back Cover: What terrorist organization threatens the life and liberty of every American? (Writer, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: What hideous beast is running out of control in our country? (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What area of the country leads the nation in death sentences? (Writer, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: What form of brutality is on the rise at sporting events? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #373September 1998
  • Inside Back Cover: What company has a lot of people going wild over its bottom line? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #374October 1998
  • Adding Pay-Per-View Excitement to Other Sports (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Let The Games Be Grim
  • Inside Back Cover: What seasonal disaster wreaks havoc on American families? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #375November 1998
  • Inside Back Cover: Fold-In - What has become the hottest stand-up routine in the country? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #376December 1998
  • Inside Back Cover: Fold-In - Can you find the one turkey in this picture who will be lucky to survive Thanksgiving? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #377January 1999
  • Inside Back Cover: Fold-In - What attraction drew fans to the ballpark in record numbers this year? (Artist, Writer)
  • The Mad World Of Yo-Yos Part I : In The Beginning (Artist with Don Edwing)
  • The Mad World Of Yo-Yos Part II : An Idea Gone Bad (Artist with Don Edwing)
  • The Mad World Of Yo-Yos Part III : Simple Tricks Any Yo-Yo Can Do (Artist with Don Edwing)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Extreme "Sport" Has Unfortunately Been Growing In Popularity Despite It's Violence ? (Artist, Writer)
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • Back Cover: Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions – Special All-Smoking Edition (Writer, Artist)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Eagerly Anticipated Event is Finally Upon Us? (Colorist, Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #385September 1999
  • Inside Back Cover: What Childhood Disease Is Being Denied Coverage By HMO's ? (Artist, Writer)
  • Inside Back Cover: What Rocker Is Everyone Sick Of Listening to ? (Writer, Artist)
  • Back Cover: What Whopping Expense Looms On The Horizon For Every New Parent ? (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #422October 2002
  • Back Cover: MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • MAD Fold-In (Writer, Artist)
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions – Special Medical Edition (Artist, Writer with Wildstorm)
    Department: ALL Jaffee
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #433September 2003
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #434October 2003
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #435November 2003
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #436December 2003
  • MAD Fold-In (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #437January 2004
  • 19. What despicable duo died in a horrific bomb this year? (MAD Fold-In) (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The MAD 20 - The dumbest People, Events & Things of 2003
MAD Magazine #438February 2004
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • MAD Fold-In (Writer, Artist)
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • MAD Fold-In (Writer, Artist)
  • Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions (Artist, Writer with Wildstorm)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #445September 2004
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
MAD Magazine #446October 2004
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #447November 2004
  • What to expect at your team's spanking new $450 million ballpark (Artist with Getty Images, Joe Raiola)
    Department: Field of Schemes
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #448December 2004
  • Michael Eisner's Powerpoint presentation for saving Disney (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: This old mouse
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
MAD Magazine #449January 2005
  • 20. What endless Farewell Dragged on interminably on TV this year? (Writer, Artist)
    Department: The MAD 20 dumbest people, events and things of 2004
MAD Magazine #450February 2005
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Writer, Artist
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Writer, Artist
    Department: MAD Fold-In
MAD Magazine #457September 2005
  • Pre-movie screens we'd like to see (Artist with Jeff Kruse)
    Department: Coming Detractions
  • Writer, Artist
    Department: MAD Fold-In
MAD Magazine #458October 2005
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
MAD Magazine #459November 2005
MAD Magazine #460December 2005
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
MAD Magazine #461January 2006
  • 19. What controversial relationships are many teachers now having to deny? (A special edition MAD 20 Fold-In) (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The MAD 20 - The dumbest people, events and things of 2005!
MAD Magazine #462February 2006
  • Writer, Artist
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Writer, Artist
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
MAD Magazine #469September 2006
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • MAD Fold-In (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Dodge Advertisement
MAD Magazine #470October 2006
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
MAD Magazine #471November 2006
  • Writer, Artist
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Dodge Advertisement
MAD Magazine #472December 2006
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold In
  • Writer, Artist
    Department: DODGE Advertisement as MAD Fold In
MAD Magazine #473January 2007
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
MAD Magazine #474February 2007
  • Writer, Artist
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold In
  • Writer, Artist
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
  • Artist
    Department: Fold-In
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: Fold-In
MAD Magazine #481September 2007
  • Writer, Artist
    Department: MAD Fold-In
MAD Magazine #482October 2007
  • George W. Bush's Colonoscopy Results (Writer with Hermann Mejia)
    Department: POLYP GOES THE WEASEL
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD FOLD-IN
MAD Magazine #483November 2007
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
MAD Magazine #484December 2007
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: MAD Fold-In
MAD Magazine #485January 2008
  • 19. What's the latest animal to on the endangered species list? The Family Pet! (Writer, Artist)
    Department: The MAD 20 The Dumbest, People, Events, and Things of 2007!
MAD Magazine #486February 2008
  • Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions (Artist, Writer with Ryan Flanders)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • Snappy Answers to Stupid Human Questions (Writer with Ryan Flanders)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • A MAD Fold-In (Writer, Artist)
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #494October 2008
  • Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions (Artist, Writer with Ryan Flanders)
    Department: All Jaffee
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #495November 2008
  • A MAD Fold-In (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #496December 2008
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #497January 2009
  • MAD Fold-In (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #498February 2009
  • The 2009 Al Jaffee Calendar! (Artist)
  • MAD Fold-In (Writer, Artist)
  • MAD Fold-In (Artist, Writer)
MAD Magazine #501October 2009
  • The Fundalini Pages: Snappy Answers to stupid Questions (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Random Acts of Mindless
  • MAD Fold-In (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #502January 2010
  • 7. The wooden kind (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The MAD 20 The dumbest people, events and things of 2009!
MAD Magazine #548December 2017
  • Artist
    Department: Mad Fold-In
MAD Magazine #549February 2018
  • 18 What Widespread Addiction In America Is Whirling Out of Control? (Artist)
    Department: The Mad 20 Dumbest People, Events and Things of 2017
  • Artist, Writer
    Department: Mad Fold-In
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