Bob Clarke

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MAD Magazine • USA • New York
MAD Magazine #30December 1956
  • Motorist Beware! (Artist with Al Feldstein)
    Department: Fair Warning Dept.
MAD Magazine #31February 1957
  • MAD Greeting Cards (Artist)
    Department: Pick-A-Card Dept.
  • Why the Precision Engineered, Highly Perfected 35mm Camera Replaced The Simple, Unpretentious, Primitive Box Camera (Artist with Arnie Rosen)
    Department: Negative Thinking Dept.
  • MAD Travel Stickers (Artist)
  • The Steve Allan Story (Artist)
    Department: People Dept.
  • The Bad Seat Is The Big Shocker!! (Artist with Paul Laikin)
    Department: Movies Dept.
  • What's Happened To Sports Magazines? (Artist)
    Department: Sweatshirt Dept.
  • The MAD Dating Technique (Artist)
    Department: Dating Dept.
  • Vending Machines of The Future (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Out of Order Dept.
  • Hollywood Is Ruining Marlin Brando (Artist)
    Department: People Dept.
  • High-School Dance (Artist)
    Department: Having A Ball Dept.
  • Future Drive-Ins (Artist)
    Department: Kindly Remain Seated Dept.
  • Products For TV Commercials, Inc. (Artist with E. Nelson Bridwell)
    Department: Comparrison Proves Cept.
  • TV Guise (Artist with Paul Laikin)
    Department: Go Ax The Ol' Cable Dept.
  • MAD Picture Postcards (Artist)
MAD Magazine #35October 1957
  • Cars To Match Careers (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Ask The Man Who Owns One Dept.
  • MAD Beats The Heat (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Tell-Tale Stain Dept.
  • MAD's Up-To-Date Sky (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Twinkle Twinkle Dept.
  • Future Specialized Magazines (Artist with Paul Laikin)
    Department: Back of The Rack Dept.
MAD Magazine #36December 1957
  • Personalized TV Antennas (Artist)
    Department: Enlightning Rod Dept.
  • Blind Date (Artist)
    Department: Two Sides To Every Story Dept.
  • Raw Guts (Artist with Paul Laikin)
    Department: U. S. Male Dept.
  • A Martian Field Guide To U.S. Wild Life - 1957 Edition (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Do Not Feed Or Annoy Dept.
MAD Magazine #37January 1958
  • MAD's Xmas Toys (Artist with Paul Krassner)
    Department: Under The Spreading Christmas Tree Dept.
  • MAD's Xmas Games (Artist)
    Department: Shake, Rattle, And Roll Dept.
  • MAD Goes Hi Fi (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Sound Thinking Dept.
  • Wha' For...Sports Cars (Artist with Dave Berg)
    Department: Bumper Crop Dept.
  • MAD's Revised New Up-To-Date Alphabet Book (Artist)
    Department: Now Johnny Can Read Dept.
  • Crazy Mixed-Up Mismatched Matchbook Covers (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Close Cover Before Reading Dept.
  • MAD Wallpaper (Artist)
    Department: Inferior Decoration Dept.
  • MAD Looks At Endorsements (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Money Talks Dept.
  • Typewriters To Fit Your Trade (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: The Key To Success Dept.
  • Scratchpad Doodles (Artist)
    Department: Memo Randoms Dept.
  • Sneaky Advertisements (Artist with Paul Krassner)
    Department: Big Brother Is Motivating You Dept.
  • Opera Record Albums (Artist)
    Department: High "C". Low Neckline Dept.
  • The Saturday Evening Pest (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Post-Mortem Dept.
  • MAD Trading Stamps (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Redeeming Feature Dept.
  • Alfred E. Neuman University (Artist)
    Department: Student Bodies Dept.
  • MAD Summer Vacation Guide (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Let's Get Away From It All Dept.
  • Future "Of-The-Month" Clubs (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Join In Haste, Repent At Leisure Dept.
MAD Magazine #41September 1958
  • Don't Be A Shnook! (Artist)
    Department: Mad Magazine
  • Snob Appeal vs Slob Appeal (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Lower The Pitch Dept.
  • The New, Improved, Rotten Circus (Artist with Henry Morgan, Wally Wood)
    Department: Henry Morgan Dept.
MAD Magazine #42November 1958
  • What If You Did What They Told You On TV? (Artist with Dee Caruso, Bill Levine)
    Department: Rush Right Out Dept.
  • 25c MAD Children's Books (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: A Child's Garden of Curses Dept.
  • MAD Mood Music (Artist with Paul Laikin)
    Department: Let's Look At The Record Dept.
  • Houses To Match Your Personality (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Frame of Mind Dept.
MAD Magazine #43December 1958
  • Future Magazine Mergers (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Togetherness Dept.
  • Health Chairs (Artist)
    Department: Relax In Discomfort Dept.
  • Special Lamps For Reading Magazine (Artist)
    Department: Light of Your LIFE Dept.
  • Coming Musicals (Artist with Frank Jacobs, Larry Siegel)
    Department: And Then I Wrote Dept.
  • The Smithshop (Artist)
    Department: Traumatic Workshop Dept.
MAD Magazine #44January 1959
  • International Advertising (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Globaloney Dept.
  • Custom-Made Christmas Cards (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: X-Missles Dept.
  • Next Year's Extra-Long Book Titles (Artist with C. Memling)
    Department: Gone To Great Lengths Dept.
  • Body-Building And Weight-Lifting (Artist)
    Department: Charlie Horse Dept.
  • Photos Of Poetry In Motion (Artist)
    Department: Nel Blur Dipinto Di Blur Dept.
  • Bu$ine$$ Valentines (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: First Love Dept.
  • Modern Auto Accidents (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: There's A Ford In Your Suture Dept.
  • Modern Architecture (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Pencil Point of View Dept.
  • The Happy Endings Weren't So Happy (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: The Grimm Facts Dept.
  • Mother's Day Cards From Special People (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Mom's The Word Dept.
  • The Battle of The Credit Cards (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: All Charged Up Dept.
  • Movie Posters For Packing In Every Type Of Audience (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Film-Flam Dept.
  • Little Known Organizations (Artist with Paul Laikin)
    Department: Pressured Groups Dept.
  • Bridge: The Aristocrat of Card Games (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Trick-Or-Cheat Dept.
  • How You Look To Other People (Artist with Buddy Basch)
    Department: Face Value Dept.
  • Miracle Fabrics (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Ready-To-Swear Dept.
MAD Magazine #49September 1959
  • MAD Looks At Book Clubs (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Readin' And Writhin' Dept.
  • America's Dream Car (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Motorvational Research Dept.
  • MAD's Specialized Resorts Section (Artist with Paul Laikin)
    Department: Two Weeks With Prey Dept.
MAD Magazine #50October 1959
  • How To Fight The Small Car Threat (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Fix Their Volkswagen Dept.
  • Women In Whisky Ads (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Ladies of Distinction Dept.
  • What Our Teenagers Really Think About (Artist with Dave Berg)
    Department: Don't Beat This Generation Dept.
  • The Night Peter Gone Cracked (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Cops And Throbbers Dept.
MAD Magazine #51December 1959
  • Painting By The Numbers (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Digitalent Dept.
  • The MAD Guide To Handwriting Analysis (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Scrawl's Well That Reads Well Dept.
  • Madison Avenue Turns To History And Literature (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Pros For The Cons Dept.
MAD Magazine #52January 1960
  • Personalized Merchandising (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: What's In A Name Brand Dept.
  • MAD's Society Page (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Black-And-Blue Bloods Dept.
  • Skiing (Artist with Dave Berg)
    Department: Runners-Up Dept.
  • MAD Beats The TV Plug Crackdown (Artist with Paul Krassner)
    Department: Memorably Mentioned Dept.
  • Cigarette Geography (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Durham Bull Dept.
  • Mother's Day Cards (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Panned Parenthood Dept.
  • How Publicity Works (Artist with Joe Orlando, Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Bilking It Dry Dept.
  • The Garbage Explosion (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Letter-ly Speaking Dept.
  • Honest Ads (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: The Truth Blurts Dept.
  • The U.S. Army Chicken Officer's Field Manual (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: The Man In Command Dept.
MAD Magazine #57September 1960
  • Madison Ave. Surplus Sale (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Hard Sell-Out Dept.
  • Reproportioning Photographs for Fun and Mainly Profit (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Stretching the Truth Dept.
  • TV Ads We'd Like to See (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Television Dept.
MAD Magazine #58October 1960
  • Successful Merchandising (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: A Profit Without Honor Dept.
  • Sailing (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: The Breeze And Aye-Aye Dept.
  • The Mad "Down-To-Earth" Coloring Book (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Hue And Cryin' Out Loud Dept.
MAD Magazine #59December 1960
  • If Doctors Advertised (Artist with Gary Belkin)
    Department: There's Gold in Them There Ills Dept.
  • Commercial Roulette (Artist with Gary Belkin)
    Department: A Turn for the Worse Dept.
  • How They Spend Their Summer (Artist with Gary Belkin)
    Department: And Then I Wrote Dept.
  • Letter from Mrs. Feldstein (Artist with Gary Belkin)
    Department: No Dept.
MAD Magazine #60January 1961
  • Cover Artist
  • Cover: Mad Congratulates Richard Nixon (Artist, Colorist)
  • The Furd Foulcar (Artist)
  • Tee Vee U. (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Magna Cum Louder Dept.
  • Educational Toys (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Bored of Education Dept.
  • Cover: Mad Congratulates John Kennedy (Artist, Colorist)
  • She Was Irresistible! (Colorist, Artist)
  • Playkid (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Young Snob-Nose Dept.
  • Mad's 1961 TV Preview (Artist with Gary Belkin)
    Department: Vidiot's Delight Dept.
  • The Total Sell (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Stretching the Selling-Point Dept.
  • Greeting Cards with Enclosures (Artist with Phil Hahn)
    Department: Battle of the Bulge Dept.
  • Mail Order Gift Catalogues (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Parcel Pest Dept.
  • Specialized Breakfast Foods (Artist with Bob Margolin)
    Department: The Bowl Game Dept.
  • The Minute After That One Minute TV Commercial (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Swinging After the Pitch Dept.
  • Paperback Roulette (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Cover-Story Dept.
  • Parody of Tea Council print ads (Artist)
  • If There'd Been a Madison Ave. Down Through History (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: That Old Ad-Age Dept.
  • A Mad Guide For Baby Sitters (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Squatters' Rights Dept
  • A Career Awaits You in the Modern Army (Artist with Dean Norman)
    Department: A Private Joke Dept.
MAD Magazine #65September 1961
  • How Madison Avenue Could Sell America to the World (Artist)
    Department: Buy the Way Dept
  • TV Commercials With Suspense (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Brand X Marks the Spot Dept.
  • Karate (Artist with Jack Mendelsohn)
    Department: Chop Sticks Dept.
MAD Magazine #66October 1961
  • How To Find Things You Never Expected (Artist with Al Jaffee)
  • Little Known Medical Crusades (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: All in Fund Dept.
  • Future Telephone Triumphs (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is Dept.
MAD Magazine #67December 1961
  • Mad Suggestions for Use of New Army Rocket Belt (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Forward Arch Dept.
  • Advertising Space on Road Signs (Artist with Earle Doud)
    Department: Commercial Vehicles Only Dept.
MAD Magazine #68January 1962
  • Celebrities' Wallets (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: 8-Ball in the Extreme Right Pocket Dept.
  • The Truth About Secret Ingredients (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Elements of Surprise Dept.
  • Model Building Kits for Adults (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Hobby Horse-ing Around Dept.
  • Padded Magazine Stories (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Pay as You Snow Dept.
  • The Infernal Triangle (Artist with Lois Carpenter)
  • TV Dinners to Match the Shows (Artist with Sy Reit)
  • More Efficient Snow Removal (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Getting the Drift Dept.
  • Celebrities' Wallets (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Screwball in the Back Pocket Dept.
  • Some Valentines We Rarely Get to See (Artist with Jimmie Hodges-Fitzgerald)
    Department: Love's Old Sweet Studio Card Dept.
  • Some Pages From a Satirist's Notebook (Artist with Howard Schneider)
    Department: Notes to You Dept.
  • Another Mad Peek Through the Microscope (Artist with Phil Hahn)
    Department: Microfolk Dept.
  • Famous Test Papers (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Padding And Pencil Dept.
  • MAD's Journal of Future Physical Afflictions (Artist with Howard Schneider)
    Department: Up for Adaption Dept.
  • Mad Mother's Day Gift Suggestions (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Mom Is For-Giving Dept.
  • A Mad Guide to "Do-It-Yourself" TV Repairs (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Easy on the Socket-Book Dept.
MAD Magazine #73September 1962
  • The Subtle Science of Packaging (Artist with Don Reilly)
    Department: Who's Covering Up Dept.
  • The Alfred E. Neuman Hex Sign (Artist)
MAD Magazine #74October 1962
  • If Corporations Ran Their Own Summer Camps (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Blue Chips Off the Old Block Dept.
  • A Celebrity's Wallet (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Big Time Operator Dept.
MAD Magazine #75December 1962
  • Pesky Import (Artist)
  • Kids Letters to Other World Leaders (Artist with Pearl Belkin)
    Department: Innocents Abroad Dept.
  • Superstitions (Artist with Jack Mendelsohn)
    Department: Hex Marks the Spot Dept.
  • A Celebrity's Purse (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Grab Bag Dept.
MAD Magazine #76January 1963
  • When Advertising Takes Over Magazines Completely (Artist)
    Department: Ad Nauseum Dept.
  • Mad's Merry Christmas Happy New Year Alphabet Book (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Yule-O-Gee Dept.
  • Guzzlemidt Rotgut (Artist with Lester Krauss)
  • Letters That Cross in the Mail (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Postal-Mortems Dept.
  • Yacht Flags for the Home (Artist)
    Department: Standards of Living Dept.
  • A Mad Look at Travel (Artist with Don Reilly)
    Department: Tour De Farce Dept.
  • How Parents Guess Wrong About Their Kids' Future Careers (Artist with Don Reilly)
    Department: Great Oafs From Little Acorns Grow Dept.
  • Modern Chess (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: One False Move Dept.
  • How to Succeed at Childhood (Artist with Pearl Belkin)
    Department: Bratmanship Dept.
  • Cherished Pages From Old Autograph Albums (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Blackboard Jingle Dept.
  • Misery is a Cold Hot Dog (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Roasted Peanuts Dept.
MAD Magazine #81September 1963
  • Cover Artist
  • Cover: Buy Mad and Have a Ball (Artist, Colorist)
  • The Mad Plan for Beating TV Commercial Breaks (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Stepping Away from the Pitch Dept.
  • Popular Scientific Mechanics (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: For Whom the Fools Tool Dept.
  • Just For the Record (Artist)
MAD Magazine #82October 1963
  • Mad's Report on Progress (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Patent Panning Dept.
  • The Trend Towards Swimming Pools as a Status Symbol (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Making a Bigt Splash Dept.
MAD Magazine #83December 1963
  • The Army on Mars (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Spacial Delivery Dept.
MAD Magazine #84January 1964
  • Some Mad Hints for the Coming Xmas Season (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: St. Nick Knacks Dept.
  • A Mad Guide to Hypnotism (Artist with Phil Hahn)
    Department: May I Have the Next Trance Dept.
  • Famous Protest Campaigns (Artist with Stan Hart, Frank Jacobs)
    Department: And the Bans Played On Dept.
  • The Real Story Behind the News (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Stop the Pressures Dept.
  • Insecurity is a Pair of Loose Swim Trunks (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Good Grief Dept.
  • New School Letters for Unheralded Achievements (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Award to the Wise Guys Dept.
  • The Mad Plan for Fighting the War Against Junk Mail (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Missive Retaliation Dept.
  • Watch That Price with the Asterisk (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Who's Covering Up Dept.
  • The Great Cigarette Filter Tip War (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Puff, the Tragic Draggin' Dept.
  • Comics For Publications That Don't Have Comics (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Someday Supplement Dept.
MAD Magazine #89September 1964
  • Another MAD Peek Through the Microscope (Artist with Phil Hahn)
  • The MAD Guide to Power Boating (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
MAD Magazine #90October 1964
  • Louise Cramm's Realistic Mad Scrapbook (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: The Berth of the Blues Dept.
  • Auto Accessories We'd Like to See (Artist with Don Reilly)
    Department: Gadget Goes to Detroit Dept.
MAD Magazine #91December 1964
  • A Celebrity's Wallet (Artist with Frank Frazetta, Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Drum-Schtick Dept.
  • Why Not Warnings on All Packages? (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Name Your Poison Dept.
MAD Magazine #92January 1965
  • Letters From Santa Claus (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: 'Twas the Note Before Christmas Dept.
  • Mad "Get-Well" Cards (Artist with Phil Hahn)
    Department: Send-A-Mental Dept.
  • I Just Put a Gas Station Attendant in My Tank (Colorist, Artist)
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Getting Even with the Odd Dept.
  • A Celebrity's Wallet (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Billfold-out Dept.
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
  • The Little Wooden Puppet (Colorist, Artist)
    Department: A Scene We'd Like to See
  • Substandard Brands, Inc. (Artist with Sol Weinstein, Ronald Axe)
    Department: Department of the Inferior Dept.
  • Mad's Seed and Garden Catalog (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Hoe-Hum Dept.
MAD Magazine #97September 1965
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Behind the Odd-ball Dept.
MAD Magazine #98October 1965
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Behind the Odd-ball Dept.
  • The Mad United States Foreign Policy Primer (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Johnson's Wacks Dept.
MAD Magazine #99December 1965
  • Let's Humanize Those Automated Machines (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Sweet Torque Dept.
  • A Celebrity's Wallet (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Soup's On! Dept.
  • A Mad Guide to the Wildlife of Our American Highways (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Asphalt Jungle-Animals Dept.
MAD Magazine #100January 1966
  • The Wonderful World of Repackaging (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Living Off the Fad of the Land Dept.
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts (Artist)
    Department: Behind the Odd-Ball Dept.
  • The Replacement (Colorist, Artist with Don Edwing)
  • The Mad Suburban Primer (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Frightening Developments Dept.
  • Some Mad Suggestions for Other 'Ridiculous Ad Images' (Artist with Phil Hahn, Jack Hanrahan)
    Department: Put "Camp" in Your Campaign Dept.
  • New Board Games We'd Really Like to See (Artist with Patrick McGivern)
    Department: Move Ahead 3 Pages Dept.
  • Some "Purchase Tags" Few People Ever Get to See (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Guaranteed-Off Dept.
  • The Mad Hypocrite Primer (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: About Face Dept.
  • Stereotype-Casting (Artist)
    Department: One-Two-Three-Formula Dept.
  • Road Signs We'd Really Like to See (Artist with Jack Hanrahan, Phil Hahn)
    Department: Highway Ribbery Dept.
  • Mad Looks at the Voice Typewriter (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Miss-Take-a-Letter Dept.
  • Mad Licenses (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Give 'em the Double-O Dept.
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Behind the Odd Ball Dept.
  • Stronger Than... (Artist)
MAD Magazine #106October 1966
MAD Magazine #107December 1966
  • The Mad Comic Strip Characters' Forum on Current Affairs (Artist with Frank Jacobs, Dotty Brooks)
    Department: See You in the Funny White Papers Dept.
MAD Magazine #108January 1967
  • Ads for Other 1967 Vehicles (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Status Quotes Dept.
  • A Mad Shopping Guide For Gifts For Finks (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Gift Till It Hurts Dept.
  • How Various Magazines Would Handle the Same Cartoon Situation (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Editorial Wheeze Dept.
  • Back Cover: Misery is...a Cigarette (Artist with Vic Cowen)
  • Comic Strip Heroes Taken From Real Life (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Famous Funnies Dept.
MAD Magazine #113September 1967
  • Everyday Guts (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Home Is Where the Hardy Is Dept.
MAD Magazine #114October 1967
  • The Cats Are All Bats (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Seuss Your Old Man Dept.
MAD Magazine #115December 1967
  • Cover: We Don't Try Very Hard (Cover Artist)
  • Mad Mintlies (Artist with William Garvin)
    Department: Phrasing a Coin Dept.
  • Protest Buttons Through History (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Pins and Needles Dept.
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Behind the Odd-Ball Dept.
MAD Magazine #116January 1968
  • Mad Graffiti (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Cracks On The Walls Dept.
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Behind the Odd-Ball Dept.
  • The Mad Fad-and-Fetish Primer (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: As Mania Goes, So Goes the Nation Dept.
MAD Magazine #121September 1968
  • New "Protests" to the Same Old Tunes (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Sour Notes Dept.
MAD Magazine #123December 1968
  • More Effective Advertising Spaces (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: Ad-Venture Dept.
MAD Magazine #124January 1969
  • Mad's Follow-up Report on Progress (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Patent-Panning Dept.
  • If Comic Characters Were Psychoanalyzed (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Pen and "Shrink" Dept.
  • Mad's Color Puzzle Page (Colorist, Artist with Al Jaffee)
  • If Comic Strips Covered the Burning Issues of the Day (Artist with Frank Ridgeway)
    Department: Pen-and-Inculcation Dept.
  • The Mad Plan to Beautify America (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Road Show Dept.
  • Games People Play (Artist with Ronnie Nathan)
    Department: Come-On Denominator Dept.
  • Signs of Status (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Display As You Go Dept.
  • Cover Artist
  • Cover: I will never read class in Mad (Colorist, Artist)
  • A Hawk's-Eye View of the United States (Colorist, Artist with Max Brandel)
  • Some "Greeting Cards to the Newlyweds" We'd Like to See (Artist with David Hunter, Frank Jacobs)
    Department: For Better or Verse Dept.
  • A Mad Portfolio of Appropriate Comic Strip Sound Effects (Artist with Earle Doud)
    Department: Punch in the Noise Dept.
MAD Magazine #129September 1969
  • The Anatomy of a Movie Ad Campaign (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Screen-Ploy Dept.
  • Dr. Benjamin Spock Teenager Care (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Bringing Up Fodder Dept.
MAD Magazine #130October 1969
  • The Mad Book of Etiquette and Good Manners (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Good Conduct Ribbin' Dept.
MAD Magazine #132January 1970
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts 9 (Colorist, Artist with Arnie Kogen)
  • Playthings Based on TV Commercials (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Ad Infant Items Dept.
  • Condemner Reports (Artist with Irving Schild, Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Berating the Ratings Dept.
  • Mad's Do-It-Yourself Modern Movie Ads (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Slime Pickings Dept.
  • A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at the U. S. Congress (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Inside-Ouch Dept.
  • Progress (Artist with Max Brandel)
    Department: There's No Stool Like an Old Stool Dept.
  • Ads We Can Look For After the Next Successful Space Mission (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Credit Raiding Dept.
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts 10 (Colorist, Artist with Arnie Kogen)
  • A Mad Look at Footprints (Artist with Dean Norman)
    Department: Body-in-Sole Dept.
  • Mad's Modernized College Entrance Exam (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Ask a Stupid Question Dept.
  • Mad's Condonence Cards for Life's Other Tragedies (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Postal Mortems Dept.
MAD Magazine #137September 1970
  • What They Say... And What It Really Means (Artist with George Hart)
    Department: Topical Gags
MAD Magazine #139December 1970
MAD Magazine #140January 1971
  • The Mad Blow-Your-Mind Drug Primer (Artist with Sy Reit)
    Department: Narc, Narc! Who's There Dept.
  • A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Shopping Center (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Inside-Ouch! Dept.
  • A Mad Look at Tropical Fish (Artist with Earle Doud)
    Department: Tanks a Million Dept.
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts 11 (Colorist, Artist with Arnie Kogen)
  • Mothers Day Cards From the "Now" Generation (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Oedipus Nix Dept.
  • Our American Heritage (Artist, Colorist with Max Brandel)
  • A Collection of Mad X Ray-vings (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Everything's Coming Up Sub Rosa Dept.
MAD Magazine #145September 1971
  • Greeting Cards for the Sexual Revolution (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Wow "Now" Cards Dept.
MAD Magazine #146October 1971
  • A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Resort Hotel (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Inside-Ouch Dept.
MAD Magazine #147December 1971
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts 12 (Colorist, Artist with Arnie Kogen)
  • A Mad Look at Pet Owners (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Burden of Beasts Dept.
MAD Magazine #148January 1972
  • If the Characters in "Peanuts" Aged Like Ordinary People (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Adding a New Wrinkle Dept.
  • A Mad Guide to the Political Climate of the U.S. (Artist with Michael L. Wren)
    Department: Humor in a Weather Vein Dept.
  • Ads That Turn People Off (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: A Discouraging Word from Our Sponsor Dept.
  • You Know Your Days Are Numbered When... (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Oh-Oh! Dept.
  • Mad Photo-Toons (Artist with Max Brandel)
    Department: Photo Finishes Dept.
  • Put Them All Together, They Spell... (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Criminal Types Dept.
MAD Magazine #153September 1972
  • A Microscopic Look at Modern-Day Bacteria (Artist with Frank Jacobs, Max Brandel)
    Department: The Malady Lingers On Dept.
MAD Magazine #155December 1972
  • Mail Order Gift Catalog (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Post Waste Dept.
MAD Magazine #156January 1973
  • Christmas Greedings (Colorist, Artist with Al Jaffee)
  • You Know You Really Have a Problem When ... (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Plight Gags Dept.
  • Oz-Revisited Or...Let's Follow the Yellow Brick Road Again...If We Can! (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Gee, Wizard! Department
  • Head Shop Supplies (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Freak Enterprise Dept.
  • Patterns of Speech (Artist with Max Brandel)
    Department: Theme Scheme Dept.
  • Tell-Tale Comic Strip Balloons (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: True-to-Form Dept.
MAD Magazine #161September 1973
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts 13 (Colorist, Artist with Arnie Kogen)
  • More Mad Phototoons (Artist with Max Brandel)
    Department: Photo Finishes Dept.
  • Protest Songs For Life's Everyday Complaints (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Refrain in the Neck Dept.
MAD Magazine #162October 1973
  • Old Standards Rewritten for the Liberated Woman (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Liberal in the Family Dept.
MAD Magazine #163December 1973
  • Graffiti Through History (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: Marking Time Dept.
  • Malice in Wonderland, or Watergate - - Through the Looking Glass (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Curiouser and Curiouser Dept.
MAD Magazine #164January 1974
  • When All Businesses Rely on Sales Promotion Gimmicks (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Land of the Freebie Dept.
  • Sure-Fire Ticket Deterrents For Frustrated Drviers (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
  • If People Were Labeled Like Products (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Mal-Contents Dept.
  • A Mad Look at the Almighty Dollar Sign (Artist with Max Brandel)
    Department: Buck Fever Dept.
  • Remember When... (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Then and Oww! Dept.
MAD Magazine #169September 1974
  • A Mad Look at Funerals (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Cash and Bury Dept.
  • Save the Eagle! (Artist)
    Department: Another Mad Mini-Poster
MAD Magazine #170October 1974
  • Cover Artist
  • Cover: In This Issue, We Gag Up "The Exorcist" (Cover Artist)
  • 1974 Hospital Supply Catalogue (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Medi-Caterers Dept.
MAD Magazine #171December 1974
  • We're Losing Our War Against Computers (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: It's in the Punchcards Dept.
MAD Magazine #172January 1975
  • Picture Road Signs We'd Like to See (Artist with Frank Jacobs, Al Jaffee)
    Department: The Symbol Truth Dept.
  • Commemoratives to President Nixon (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Let's Make It Perfectly Clear Dept.
  • A Modern Business Success Story (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Inferiority Complex Dept.
  • A White House "Garage Sale" (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Making Room for the Ford Dept.
  • A Mad Look at Commuting (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Round Trip-Schtick Dept.
  • Headlines of the Insect World (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: Bugs Funnies Dept.
MAD Magazine #177September 1975
  • A Collection of Mad X-Rayvings (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: X-Posed Dept.
MAD Magazine #179December 1975
  • U.S. Commemorative Stamps That We'll Never See (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Philatelic Like It Is Dept.
MAD Magazine #180January 1976
  • Ripoff Cafe Accessories, Inc. (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Ambiance Chasers Dept.
  • Mad Shoulder Patches (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: For the Symbol-Minded Dept.
  • A Mad Look at Burps Through History (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: For Whom the Belch Tolls Dept.
  • Mad's "Nice" Graffiti (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Common Censor Dept.
MAD Magazine #185September 1976
  • Whatever Became of...? (Artist with Arnie Kogen)
    Department: Old Folks Tome Dept.
MAD Magazine #187December 1976
  • Clarke Ages the Fonz (Artist)
  • A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes Car Rental Companies (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Inside-Ouch Dept.
MAD Magazine #188January 1977
  • What's the Story...? (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Incident Replay Dept.
  • A Mad Burst (Artist)
  • More What's the Story...? (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Incident Replay Dept.
  • Back Cover: The New Yorker (Artist with Bill Johnson)
  • Still More What's the Story...? (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Incident Replay Dept.
  • Cover Artist
  • Front Cover (Colorist, Artist)
  • Distinctive Mad Epitaths (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Shticks on Stones Dept.
  • When Truth-in-Advertising Laws Apply to Movie Ads (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: "Snow" Biz Dept.
MAD Magazine #193September 1977
  • Mad Products with Paired Names (Artist with Al Jaffee)
    Department: Show and Sell Dept.
MAD Magazine #194October 1977
  • The Daily Rhyme (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Muse Paper Dept.
  • The Office Workers' Hall of Fame (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: On the Job, Straining Dept.
MAD Magazine #195December 1977
MAD Magazine #196January 1978
  • Some Minor Medical Research Foundations' Collection Drives (Artist with Dennis Snee)
    Department: Charitease Dept.
  • Instructions for Things That Need Instructions (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Aid-de-Chump Dept.
  • School Supplies Unlimited 1978-79 Wholesale Catalogue (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Torture of Learning Dept.
  • Kids' Fresh New Comebacks to Parents' Tired Old Comments (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Minority Retort Dept.
  • Some Legendary Wire Hangers (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: Bent Offerings Dept.
  • Where Your Dollar Goes (Artist with Stan Hart)
MAD Magazine #201September 1978
  • Discount Coupons We Really Need (Artist with Tom Koch)
MAD Magazine #202October 1978
  • A Mad Look at Some Unfinished Sentences (Artist with John Caldwell)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • American Recreational & Resort Facilities, Inc. Wholesale Supply Catalogue (Artist with Tom Koch)
MAD Magazine #203December 1978
  • If Freedom of the Press Applied to High School Papers (Artist with Tom Koch)
MAD Magazine #204January 1979
  • A Preview of This Year's "Gimmick" Christmas Gifts (Artist with Tom Koch)
  • If Libraries Sold Advertising Space (Artist with William Garvin)
  • Some "Joy of..." Books We Could Really Use (Artist with Stan Hart)
  • Crafty Bunko Schemes, Inc. 1979-80 Repairmen's Parts & Supply Catalogue (Artist with Tom Koch)
MAD Magazine #209September 1979
  • Guarantees We'd Like to See (Artist with Tom Koch)
  • Future "Famous Collector's Series" (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
MAD Magazine #210October 1979
  • Mad's Table of Little-Known and Very Useless Weights, Measures & Distances (Artist with John Ficarra)
MAD Magazine #211December 1979
  • The Yellow Pages Through History [Paleolithic Telephone Company] (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Yellow Pages Through History
MAD Magazine #212January 1980
  • More Yellow Pages Through History [Imperial Roman Telephone Co.] (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Yellow Pages Through History
  • Newspaper Stories We'll Never See (Artist with Tom Koch)
  • Still More Yellow Pages Through History [His Majesty's Medieval Telephone Co. Classified Directory] (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Yellow Pages Through History
  • Still More Yellow Pages Through History [Early American Telephone Co. Classified Directory] (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Yellow Pages Through History
  • Comic Strip Symbols to Match a Given Situation (Artist with Henry Clark)
  • Signs We'd Like to See (Artist with Tom Koch)
MAD Magazine #217September 1980
MAD Magazine #218October 1980
  • A Collection of Mad X-Rayvings (Artist with Don Edwing)
MAD Magazine #219December 1980
  • A Collection of Vital Temperature Readings Found on The Mad Thermometer (Artist with John Ficarra)
MAD Magazine #220January 1981
  • Amalgamated Student Supply Co. Mail Order Catalog 1980-1981 School Year (Artist with Tom Koch, Diane Riccobene)
    Department: Mail Order Catalog
  • New Inventions to Make Old Inventions Practical (Artist with Tom Koch)
  • A Mad Look at Some... Celebrities Diapers (Artist with Paul Peter Porges)
    Department: A Mad Look at
MAD Magazine #226October 1981
  • Stadium & Team Owners Paraphenalia 1981 Supply Catalogue (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Fan Danglers Dept.
MAD Magazine #227December 1981
  • The Mad Questionnaire for Uncovering America's "Truly Needy" (Artist with John Ficarra)
  • A Mad Look at Teachers (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: A Mad Look at
MAD Magazine #228January 1982
  • Where Your Christmas Dollar Goes (Artist with Mike Snider)
  • Whatever Became of...? (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Whatever Became of...?
  • Cover Artist
  • Cover: Mad Invaders (Artist)
  • Mad's Modern Disclaimers to the Ten Commandments (Artist with John Ficarra)
    Department: Taking Two Tablets With a Grain of Salt Dept.
MAD Magazine #233September 1982
  • Cover Artist
  • Cover: Video Game Star Irving Pac, Man of the Year (Colorist, Artist)
MAD Magazine #234October 1982
  • Commemorative Stamps That Tell it Like it Really Is (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Post Roasties Dept.
MAD Magazine #235December 1982
  • Hidden Charges in Typical Bills (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Accounts Deceivable Dept.
MAD Magazine #236January 1983
  • Mottos, Oaths, Inscriptions, Etc. Rewritten For Special Interest Groups (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Political Satire
  • Further Additions to Mad's Little-Known and Very Useless Weights, Measures & Distances (Artist with John Ficarra)
    Department: Statistickle Dept.
  • Mad's X-Reagans (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Visa Verses Dept.
  • Personalized License Plates for Fictional and Historical Characters (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Bumper Crap Dept.
  • Picture Signs for all Occasions (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: A Symbol-Minded Idea Dept.
MAD Magazine #241September 1983
  • Merchandising We're Almost Sure to See...and Hate (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Sales Pits Dept.
MAD Magazine #242October 1983
  • Warning Labels We Desperately Need (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Mad Warning Labels
MAD Magazine #243December 1983
MAD Magazine #244January 1984
  • Bedsheet Signs We'll Never See on TV (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Airing Their Dotty Linen Dept.
  • The 1984 M.G.M. Movie Theater Owners Supply Catalogue (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Marquee De Sade Dept.
  • Mafia Outlet Bureau 1984 Shop-by-Mail Catalog (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Offers You Can't Refuse Dept.
  • Mad's Political Believe It or Nuts (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: RIP...Please! Dept.
MAD Magazine #249September 1984
  • International Symbols for Other Olympic Highlights (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Signs of the Crimes Dept.
  • The Sham-Jock Catalog (Artist with Frank Jacobs, James Kasmir)
    Department: Sweat Sucks! Dept.
MAD Magazine #250October 1984
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts! (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: RIP, please! Dept.
  • The Mad Speedometer (Artist with John Ficarra)
    Department: Smiles per Hour Dept.
MAD Magazine #251December 1984
  • The TV Prime-Time Graveyard (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Dropped Dead Dept.
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts! (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: RIP, please! Dept.
MAD Magazine #252January 1985
  • Snappy Answers to Stupid Bumper Stickers (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Drive Shafts Dept.
  • The Trend Toward Rottenness in the Comic Strips (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Sour Grapes Department
  • Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts! (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Rip, Please! Department
  • Honest Ads That Introduce New, Improved Products (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Sons of Pitches Department
  • The Mad 7-Point Plan For... Balancing the Budget...And Wiping Out the National Debt (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Dollars and Senseless Department
  • Join Mad's Trendy Book of the Month Club (Artist with Larry Siegel)
    Department: Shelf Abuse Department
MAD Magazine #257September 1985
  • The Mad Sports Page (Artist with Joe Raiola, Charlie Kadau)
    Department: Jock the Presses Department
  • Celebrity Silhouettes Or... Which Famous Person is Which...? (Artist with Rurik Tyler)
    Department: The Shadow Doesn't Know Department
MAD Magazine #258October 1985
MAD Magazine #259December 1985
  • Mad's Snappy Comments On Stupid Government Policies And Abuses (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Bulging Waste Lines Department
MAD Magazine #260January 1986
  • Truth in Road Signs (Writer with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: DICK DePARTMENT
  • Laundromat Bingo (Writer with Rurik Tyler)
    Department: Wash Bored Games Department
  • New Uses for Arm & Hammer Baking Soda (Artist with Mike Snider)
  • Mad's Congressional Record (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Capitol Games Department
  • The Real-Life Tell-It-Like-It-Is Dr. Seuss (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: The Cat Is Old Hat Department
  • Ads We Never Got To See! (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: DICK DePARTMENT
  • THe Reagan White House Garage Sale (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Ron For the Money Department
MAD Magazine #266October 1986
  • Mad's Whatever Became of... ? (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Past Their Prime Time Department
MAD Magazine #267December 1986
  • The Defense Contractors' Clearinghouse Catalog General Public Division (Artist with John Rios)
    Department: Too Steep, Per ChanceTo Ream Department
MAD Magazine #268January 1987
  • New Clothing Care Symbols That Tell It Like It Is (Artist with Charlie Kadau)
  • Famous Stories as Told by Famous People (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
  • Hidden Details In Art (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: Paint Misbehavin' Department
  • Inside Back Cover: Mad's Realistic State Lottery Scratch-Off Games (Artist with Mike Snider)
  • Sneaky UPC Symbols (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
  • The Brown Noser's Guide to Writing A+ School Papers (Artist with Tom Koch)
  • Subway Bingo (Artist with Rurik Tyler)
  • More Celebrity Silhouettes (Artist with Rurik Tyler)
    Department: The Shadow Still Doesn't Know Dept.
MAD Magazine #273September 1987
  • Sir Puffy's Placemat (Artist with Charlie Kadau)
    Department: On-Tray View
  • Feature By Feature Advertising (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Dick De
MAD Magazine #274October 1987
MAD Magazine #275December 1987
  • The Mad Decibel (dB) Scale (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Putting the Volume Down Department
  • The Mad Merchandise Mart (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
  • Back Cover: Big Books For Small Minds (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
MAD Magazine #276January 1988
  • Merchandising Spin-Offs That Hollywood Missed Out On (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Clash of the Tie-Ins
  • Back Cover: Mad's Clip 'N Save Money Saving Coupons (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
  • Step Through the Looking Glass For Wonderland Revisited (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Jabber-Wacky Department
  • The Movie Sequel Graveyard (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Better Dead Than Bled Department
  • Still More Celebrity Silhouettes (Artist with Rurik Tyler)
    Department: The Shadow Still Doesn't Know
  • Mad Opens A Typical Magazine Sweepstakes Package (Artist with Joe Raiola, Charlie Kadau)
    Department: The Envelope, Sleaze! Department
  • Tell-Tale Comic Strip Balloons (The Sequel) (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: The Funny Form Department
  • Mad's Post-Nuclear Publications (Artist with Barry Liebmann)
    Department: All the Nukes That's Fit To Print Department
  • When Other Comic Strips Start Using the "Far Side" Formula (Artist with Charlie Kadau)
    Department: Grand Larson-Y Department
MAD Magazine #281September 1988
  • Back Cover: State License Plate Mottos We'd Like to See (Artist with Mike Snider)
MAD Magazine #283December 1988
  • More Famous Stories Told By Famous People (Artist with Lou Silverstone)
    Department: Like a Version
  • Advertising Claims That Somehow Didn't Thrill Us (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: An Embarrassment Of Richard's
MAD Magazine #284January 1989
  • When Roger Rabbit Technology Takes Over All Of Hollywood's Films (Artist with Stan Hart)
    Department: Toonstruck
  • Back Cover: Toys "R" Us Catalogue (Artist with Joe Raiola, Charlie Kadau)
  • Consumer Reports Aimed At Special Interest Groups (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Assess Pool
MAD Magazine #290October 1989
  • Spy Vs. Spy (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Joke and Dagger
MAD Magazine #291December 1989
MAD Magazine #297September 1990
  • Back Cover: A Map We're Soon Likely To See (Artist with Don Edwing)
  • Warning Labels Of The Future Designed To Head Off Potential Lawsuits (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: An Embarrassment Of Richard's
  • The Real Demographics Of Various TV Audiences, Volume II (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Stat's Entertainment
  • Spy Vs. Spy (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Joke and Dagger Part 1
  • ‘Babar’’s Final Adventure (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Taking Them to Tusk
  • Rock 'N' Rap Sampler (Artist with Charlie Kadau)
    Department: Alphabet Group
  • Spy vs. Spy (Artist with Don Edwing)
    Department: Spy vs Spy; Joke and Dagger Department
  • More Obituaries For Merchandising Characters (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Chrashing Symbols
  • Conflicting Ads That Really Make You Wonder (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: An Embarrassment Of Richard's
MAD Magazine #313September 1992
  • MAD's Consumer Believe It Or Nuts (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: An Embarrassment Of Richard's
MAD Magazine #316January 1993
  • Commemorative Stamps We'd Like To See (But Never Will) (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Philately Will Get You Nowhere
MAD Magazine #321September 1993
  • The Panasony RIP 2000 Suicide Machine Owner's Musical (Artist with Charlie Kadau)
    Department: Operating Die-Rections
MAD Magazine #325February 1994
  • Sentence Length Product Names We'd Like To See (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Why The Long Phrase?
  • The American Dream Career Path Chart (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Opportunities Knocked
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