John Caldwell

John Caldwell
February 21st, 2016
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MAD Magazine • USA • New York
MAD Magazine #202October 1978
  • A Mad Look at Some Unfinished Sentences (Writer with Bob Clarke)
    Department: A Mad Look at
  • Back Cover: The Urologist (Artist, Writer, Colorist)
  • Drama On Page 19 (Artist, Writer)
    Department: A Perfect 10 Count
  • Drama On Page 12 (Artist, Writer)
    Department: A Hole In Fun
MAD Magazine #275December 1987
  • Drama On Page 9 (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Weight and See
  • Drama On Page 42 (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Alley Oops!
  • Drama On Page 8 (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Drum Schtick
  • Drama On Page 42 (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Witless For the Defense
MAD Magazine #281September 1988
  • Caldwell (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Excerpts Mark The Spot
MAD Magazine #284January 1989
  • Drama On Page 9 (Artist, Writer)
    Department: A Dryer Sense Of Humor
  • Drama On Page 48 (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Bang The Bum Slowly
MAD Magazine #291December 1989
  • Why Are You Sure To Win The Next Magazine Publishers Sweepstakes (Artist with Tom Koch)
    Department: For Your Prize Only
  • Drama On Page 32 (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Latest Fasten Trend
  • Cover Artist
  • Cover: The "Neuman" In the Special Effects Chair (Artist, Writer)
  • MAD's Really Relevant Collection Of Lists (Artist with Frank Jacobs)
    Department: Compiling It On
MAD Magazine #298October 1990
  • Basic Underlying Premises Of Various Products, Trends, And Ideas (Artist with Mike Snider)
    Department: Theory-Eyed
  • Celebrity Sound Effects (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Acouschtick
  • Who Says Being Stranded Can't Be Fun? (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Well, Isle Be Damned!
  • Drama On Page 9 (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Chop Schtick
MAD Magazine #307December 1991
  • Gross and Beyond Gross (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Revoltage Meter
  • Drama on Page 9 (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Passing The Buccaneer
  • Drama On Page 20 (Artist, Writer)
    Department: A Kick In The Gas
MAD Magazine #314October 1992
  • Drama On Page 16 (Artist with Terry Copeland)
    Department: Tales From The Script
  • Drama On Page 48 (Artist with Terry Copeland)
    Department: Shrink Rap
MAD Magazine #315December 1992
  • Are You Making a Fashion Statement Or Something Else Entirely? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Clothes Call
MAD Magazine #316January 1993
  • The Differences Between The 80's and The 90's (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Cutting The Decade
  • Mix 'N' Match Donahue / Oprah / Geraldo / Maury / Sally Jessy / Jane Guest & Topic Generator (Writer with Gerry Gersten)
    Department: The Stuff That Themes Are Made Of
  • Energizer Rabbit Commercials That Were Never Completed! (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Assault On Battery
  • Baseball's Most Important Spring Training Drills (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Ploys Of Summer
  • Late Nite With Igor (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Brainman
MAD Magazine #325February 1994
  • Mad's 7 Steps To Becoming a Hit TV Chef (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Cooks, Lines and Zingers
  • What If Technology Invaded History (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Device Age
  • When Priests Go Bad (Artist with Mike May)
    Department: Rectory Examination
  • Loren Bobbitt's "Ok, You've Cut It Off! Now What Do You Do With It?" (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Dismembers Only
  • The "5W" Questions We'd Like To Ask Of Local TV News (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Investigative Retorts
MAD Magazine #330September 1994
  • Dr. Kevorkian, Moonlighter (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Depart-Time Work
MAD Magazine #331October 1994
  • Sports Oddities (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Jock Glitch
MAD Magazine #332December 1994
  • MAD Takes Car Phones For a Rise (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Ringin' In The Lane
MAD Magazine #333January 1995
  • Specially Trained Dogs for Everyone (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Working Rover Time
  • Sending Up a Red Flag (Artist, Writer)
  • Less Than Successful Versions of Traditional Kid's Games (Artist, Writer)
    Department: NintenDonts
  • The Real Reasons Why Men Don't Ask Directions (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Lost Cause and Effect
  • Mad's Do's and Don'ts Guide to Computer Sex (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Control, Alt, Deviate
MAD Magazine #339October 1995
  • Irony Is.. (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Behind the Fate Ball
MAD Magazine #341December 1995
  • How to Tell if You've Selected a Bad HMO (Artist, Writer)
    Department: We all have our Blue Cross to bear
MAD Magazine #342January 1996
  • A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Militia Gathering (Writer with James Warhola)
    Department: Do the Right Wing
  • Joke Set-Ups That Don't Need a Punchline (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Yuk Stops Here
  • Hazards of Catalog Shopping (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Dreck is in the Mail
  • Drama on Page 29! (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Beach and Moan
  • What You're Missing When You Miss the Local Noon News (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Broadcast Snooze
  • Future Olympic Dance Competitions (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Agony of De-Feet
  • You Have No Chance of Winning an Olympic Medal If... (Writer with Sandy Kossin)
    Department: The Odds must be crazy
MAD Magazine #349October 1996
  • Sure-Fire Signs There Won't be a Second Date (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Courting Disasters
MAD Magazine #350October 1996
  • Kathie Lee’s 12 Warning Signs that You’re Working in a Sweatshop (Writer with Tom Bunk)
    Department: A Stitch in Crime
MAD Magazine #351November 1996
  • Guess Who Has No Seniority! (Writer, Artist)
    Department: New Kid on the Chopping Block
MAD Magazine #352December 1996
  • The Advantages of a Career in Carnival Work (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Geek Mythology
MAD Magazine #354February 1997
  • Drama on Page 48! - Indian's cell phone (Writer, Artist)
    Department: A Tribe called Jest
  • How to Tell You've Bought the Wrong Digital Satelite System (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Dish is the Winner of our Discontent
  • Mad's Etiquette Guide to Same Sex Weddings (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Queerly Beloved
  • Condom Buying for Dummies (Writer, Artist)
    Department: The Trojan Course
  • Border Artist
MAD Magazine #361September 1997
  • Why Uncles are Better Than Dads (Artist with Anthony Barbieri)
    Department: Bustin' Pops
  • Back Cover: The Day Sports Endorsements Went Too Far (Writer with Mort Drucker)
MAD Magazine #362October 1997
  • What to Expect When Your Grandparents are Expecting (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Rubbing Salt in the Womb
MAD Magazine #363November 1997
  • The Dead-On Symptoms of a Dying Shopping Mall (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Taking the Wind Out of Their Sales
MAD Magazine #364December 1997
  • Adult Novelties for Losers (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Back at the Raunch
MAD Magazine #366February 1998
  • Border Artist
  • Attention Super Bowl Bettors!! - 1-900-BAD-PIKZ (Writer with Irving Schild)
    Department: A MAD Ad
  • A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at ESPN (Writer with Angelo Torres)
    Department: Jock around the Clock
  • Border Writer
  • Mad Visits the Winter Olympics (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Japanning for Gold
  • 10 Warning Signs Your Family is Beyond Dysfunctional (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Weary of Relativity
  • Only A True Cigar Lover... (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Ash Kissers
  • Signs You've Hired the Wrong Lawyer (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Taking Attorney for the Worse
  • You're Really Not Much of a Terrorist If... (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Bombing and Clod
  • Quotes We're Afraid We'll Hear if Bill Clinton's Secret Service Agents Testify (Writer with Grey Blackwell)
    Department: The Excerpt Files
MAD Magazine #373September 1998
  • Mad's Blueprint for Boosting Baseball's Popularity (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Our Bleacher Presentation
MAD Magazine #375November 1998
  • Proposed Features of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Assail to the Chief
MAD Magazine #376December 1998
  • Phrases You Never Want to See on a Restaurant Menu (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Swill of Fare
  • What If Dilbert Had Different Jobs? (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Adams Ribbed
MAD Magazine #377January 1999
  • 4. The PGA Tees Off On a Gimp - "The Real Reasons the PGA Doesn't Want Casey Martin to Drive a Golf Cart" (Artist, Writer)
  • 16. The Tobacco Bill Goes Up In Smoke - "Ways Big Tobacco Hopes to Save Their Butts" (Writer, Artist)
MAD Magazine #378February 1999
  • Polling in America: The Numbers Behind the Numbers (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Faking the Pulse of a Nation
  • Cover Artist (with Drew Struzan)
  • Front Cover (Writer with Drew Struzan)
  • What To Do With Your YO-YO When The Fad Dies (Artist, Writer)
  • Clues You've Chosen A Really Bad Funeral Parlor (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Dead Man Squawking
  • Responses to Kids' Letters to Socks and Buddy (Writer with James Warhola)
    Department: It's Writing Dogs and Cats
  • The Paranoid Psychotic’s Guide to Foiling Paparazzi (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Clods Must Be Crazy
  • So You Want to be a Big-Time Network TV Sports Director! (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Let's go to the Video Tips
  • The Basic Differences Between Parents & Grandparents (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Generation Crap
MAD Magazine #386October 1999
  • Mad's Nascar Primer (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Auto Race Profiling
MAD Magazine #387November 1999
  • More Joke Set-Ups That Don't Need a Punchline (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Yuk Stops Here
MAD Magazine #388December 1999
  • Clues Your High School's Football Team Really Sucks (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Let's Get Ready to Fumble!
MAD Magazine #390February 2000
  • When Nuns Go Bad (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Sacrilegious Order
  • Which Webcam Is It? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Pointless and Click
  • What Really Goes On at Those Teachers' Conferences (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Behind the Educate Ball
  • The Last Thing You Want to Hear.. (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Receiving a Strife Sentence
  • The Downside of Online Shopping (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Topical Satire
  • Your Summer Camp Romance is Doomed if... (Writer, Artist)
    Department: For Every Fling There is a Season
  • Upcoming TV Guide Multi-Covers: We Salute 25 Years of Cable TV! (Artist with Desmond Devlin)
    Department: Ploys 'R' Us
  • How Cool Would It Be To Be A Member Of Ozzy Osbourne's Family ? (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Osbournes
MAD Magazine #422October 2002
  • MAD’s Comprehensive 10-Step Guide to Success in the World of Illegal Ticket Scalping (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Look Who’s Hawking
  • A MAD Peek Behind the Scenes on the Set of “The Sopranos” (Writer with Tom Richmond)
    Department: All the Underworld’s a Stage
  • MAD’s Field-Tested Tips for Your First Date (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Rancid Meets Department
  • Things that You’ll Probably Read in the Review of the Video Game Your Parents Just Gave You (Writer with Tom Nick Cocotos)
    Department: Disappoints to Ponder
  • Firsthand Evidence That Obesity in Your School May Be Out of Control! (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Student Body Fat
  • The 10 Most Pathetic Hulk Fans (Artist, Writer with Wildstorm)
    Department: Green Achers
  • The Real Reasons Older Man/Younger Woman Romances Never Work Out (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Greatest Generation Gap
MAD Magazine #433September 2003
  • The Better Bully’s Back-to-School To-Do List (Writer, Artist)
    Department: A Thug's Life
MAD Magazine #434October 2003
  • When Hardcore Gamers take their place in society (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Claiming your Playstation in Life
  • An Iraqi Scene we'd like to see (Artist with Chris Allen)
    Department: Six Feet Blunder
MAD Magazine #435November 2003
  • Things we might have seen had Jerry Springer run for the Senate (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Schlock the vote
MAD Magazine #436December 2003
  • MAD Readers fondly remember their favorite dysfunctional family Thanksgiving Moments (Artist, Writer)
    Department: A Serving of dark Meet
MAD Magazine #437January 2004
  • When Department Store Santas go bad (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Claus and Defect
MAD Magazine #438February 2004
  • Rock solid indications you are too old for the Goth Lifestyle (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The dark aged
  • 13 things you really learn in summer school (Artist, Writer)
    Department: It's not the heat, it's the stupidity
MAD Magazine #445September 2004
  • The Fundalini Pages: "If the political convention was produced by MTV", "Dreamworks SKG", "The fast 5 fun facts about J.Lo's marriage to Marc Anthony", "Monkeys are always funny", "Celebrity cause-of-death betting odds: Tony Hawk", "The Cover we didn't use", "Rejected Applicants from ABC's Extreme Makeover", "Climaxes to really Lame Urban Legends", "Bitterman", "Fun with John Paul & George", "Geor (Author with P.C. Vey, Jack Syracuse, Garth Gerhart, Mike Snider, Leonardo Rodriguez, Ray Alma, Steve Rosso, Evan Dorkin, Desmond Devlin, Jeff Kruse, Sam Sisco, Nathan Fox)
    Department: Random Acts of Mindless
  • Unwritten rules for Olympic Athletes (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Pros and con-duct
MAD Magazine #446October 2004
  • The Downsides of Home Schooling (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Papa don't teach
MAD Magazine #447November 2004
  • Indisputable tip-offs you weren't cut out for a life of crime (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Fail to the thief
MAD Magazine #448December 2004
  • A second-rate etiquette guide to Trailer Trash Dating (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Chicks with Hicks
MAD Magazine #449January 2005
  • One fine day at the Service Station (Artist with Craig Boldman)
    Department: Tune-ups and downs
MAD Magazine #450February 2005
  • Broadcast highlights and innovations to watch for in Super Bowl XXXIX (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The offend zone
  • The Fundalini Pages: "Studpid IKEA product name or cartoon sound effect", "Bitterman", "Punchlines in search of a joke", "The Kitchen sink: The lowest-rated Top100 Countdown TV shows", "Highlights from Michael Jackson's latest video message to the world", "Graphic Novel Review: The Custodians", "Melvin & Jenkins' guide to partygoing", "Fundalini Foto News: The 2005 Grammy Awards", Baseball Steroid (Author with Jerry Ordway, Charles Akins, Rick Tulka, Greg Laub, Don Edwing, Kevin Pope, Garth Gerhart, Andrew J. Schwartzberg, Desmond Devlin, Scott Maiko)
    Department: Random Acts of Mindless
  • When Tattoo artists go bad (Artist, Writer)
    Department: On the ink of disaster
  • Things you never want to read about the summer camp you're being sent to (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The grate outdoors
MAD Magazine #457September 2005
  • Telltale signs that the street gang you're joining ain't all that though (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Just say no to thugs
MAD Magazine #458October 2005
MAD Magazine #459November 2005
  • You may want to call off the 'face to Face' if... (Artist, Writer with Butch D'Ambrosio)
    Department: Rotten meet
MAD Magazine #460December 2005
  • Everyday Pet-Peeves of second rate superheroes (Artist, Writer)
    Department: It's's a pain!...It's...
MAD Magazine #461January 2006
MAD Magazine #462February 2006
  • Heartbreaking problems of aging Elvis impersonators (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Hip-Break Hotel
  • The Fundalini Pages: "Unexpected Entries in the presidential line of succession", "The Godfrey Report", "iPod thoughts", Titles Hollywood is considering for a King Kong sequel", "Duck Droppings", Spoiled Bratton", "Tabloid celebrity combo names yet to come", "Grammar Roundup", "Pull my Cheney", "Melvin & jenkins guide to a day at the zoo", "Key prosecution exhibits in the Saddam Hussein Trial" (Author with Desmond Devlin, Scott Maiko, Dick DeBartolo, Jeff Katz, Scott Bricher, Jeff Kruse, Tom Cheney, Don Edwing, Kevin Pope, Doug Bratton)
    Department: Random Acts of Mindless
  • Ugly issues gay cowboys are forced to contend with (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Homo on the range
  • Outrageously stupid cell phone and accessories (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Can you jeer me now?
  • The Fundalini Pages; "Declining standards of the U.S.Army", "Monkeys are always funny", "The fast 5 worst selling Victorias Secret lingerie", "Melvin & Jenkins guide to medical marijuana", "DVD Special features that only a complete moron would cklick on", "Wakipedia", "Preliminary findings from George Mitchells probe of major league baseball...", "The Godfrey Report", "Vey to go!", "Create your ve (Author with Adam Rust, Kit Lively, Jack Syracuse, Jeff Kruse, Desmond Devlin, Jacob Lambert, Hermann Mejia, P.C. Vey, Stan Sinberg, Scott Bricher, Kevin Pope)
    Department: Random Acts of Mindless
  • When Lifeguards go bad (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Swimming is not everything
MAD Magazine #470October 2006
  • Back to school look at the common miscues, flubs & screw-ups of the novice class clown (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The Jokes on Youth
MAD Magazine #471November 2006
MAD Magazine #473January 2007
MAD Magazine #474February 2007
  • The multifaceted upside of having a multiple personality disorder in school (Writer, Artist)
    Department: The minds is a terrible thing to waste
  • Thanks to YouTube... (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Screen Drabs
  • The Fundalini Pages; "Meet the 08 presidential candidates: Barack Obama", "Cover we did not use", "Thoughts going through Daniel "Harry Potter" Radcliffes Mind during his nude scene in Equus", "Barrel O Harrell", "The fast 5 things the democrats accomplishes in their first 100 hours", "Secrets of advertising icons revealed!", "Pull my Cheney", "Fundalini goes to the golden globes" (Author with Jack Syracuse, Evan Dorkin, Benjamin Schultz, Desmond Devlin, Jeff Kruse, Todd Eisner, Tom Cheney, Paul Coker, Jr., Sarah Dyer, Rob Harrell)
    Department: Random Acts of Mindless
  • You have definitely bought the wrong robot if... (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Dull and Droid
  • The Fundalini Pages; "Booy Scout Merit Badges for the 21st century", "Britney Spears Publicity Stunts that would really get our attention...", "Fundalini Foto News: Fundalini goes to the Grammys", "Meet the 08 presidential candidates: Senator John McCain", "Spoiled Bratton", "Castro comments", "The fast 5 reasons to upgrade to the new Microsoft Windows Vista OS", "Fundalini Foto News: Fundalini go (Author with Jeff Kruse, Doug Bratton, Jack Syracuse, Rick Tulka, Frank Santopadre, Dick DeBartolo, Scott Maiko, Paul Coker, Jr., Charles Akins)
    Department: Random Acts of Mindless
  • Signs your stalker has spring fever (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Season Desist
  • John Caldwells final installment of the Gross and Beyond Gross Trilogy (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Revoltage Meter
MAD Magazine #481September 2007
MAD Magazine #482October 2007
  • A Collection of Significantly Stupid Strategies For Battling Skyrocketing Gas Prices (Artist, Writer)
    Department: A FUEL-PROOF PLAN
MAD Magazine #483November 2007
MAD Magazine #484December 2007
  • The Fundalini Pages: "Fundalini goes to the MTV Video Music Awards", "The Godfrey Report", "Vey to go!", "Meet the 08 presidential candidates - This month: Fred Thompson", "The To-Do List of trouble Helmsley, the dog whi inherited $12 million", "Senator Larry Craigs can not miss mens room pick-up lines", "The Sopranos wins the Emmy", "Fundalini goes to the Emmys", "Political bumber stickers we are (Author with Frank Santopadre, Paul Coker, Jr., Garth Gerhart, Hermann Mejia, Matthew A. Cohen, Barry Liebmann, Jack Syracuse, P.C. Vey)
    Department: Random Acts of Mindless
  • You are not exactly full of the true spirit of christmas if... (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Totally scrooged
MAD Magazine #486February 2008
  • 10 things you, as a concerned Monkey, can do to save the Environment (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Planet Mirth
  • How to draw a Monkey (Writer, Artist)
    Department: That was easel
  • Signs you've chosen the wrong Spring Break destination (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Mistake a vacation
  • 10 things Indiana Jones hates more than snakes (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Reptile Dysfunction
  • Field Guide to spotting America's most incompetent summer camp counselors (Artist, Writer)
    Department: S'Morons
MAD Magazine #494October 2008
  • The Pros & Cons of being a polygamy cult kid (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The problem is a parent
MAD Magazine #495November 2008
  • When Monkeys go bad (Artist, Writer)
    Department: The apes of wrath
MAD Magazine #497January 2009
  • 5. O.J. Simspon: Man of steal (Writer)
    Department: The MAD 20 The dumbest people, events and things of 2008!
  • Signs you'll grow up to be a degenerate gambler (Artist, Writer)
    Department: Bettor days are ahead
MAD Magazine #498February 2009
  • The decided disadvantages of an online education (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Modem Cum Laude
MAD Magazine #501October 2009
  • MAD's guide to making a recently released Gitmo Detainee feel welcome in your town (Artist, Writer)
    Department: There's no displaced like home
MAD Magazine #502January 2010
  • The Fundalini Pages: The Fast Five 5 reasions why Microsoft thinks you'll love Windows 7 (Artist with Dick DeBartolo)
    Department: Random Acts of Mindless
MAD Magazine • USA • California
DC MAD Cover Variation • USA
DC MAD Variant Covers 2014 • USA
Miscellaneous MAD Specials • USA • New York
Miscellaneous MAD Books • USA • New York
Postcards, Trading Cards and Stickers • USA
MAD Magazine • Brasil • Veechi
MAD Magazine • Brasil • Record
MAD Magazine • Brasil • Mythos
MAD Magazine • Brasil • Panini
Miscellaneous MAD Specials (Record) • Brasil • Record
MAD Especial (Record) • Brasil • Record
Mini-MAD (Record) • Brasil • Mythos
MAD Especial (Record) • Brasil • Mythos
MAD Especial (Panini) • Brasil • Panini
Various MAD Books • Brasil
MAD Magazine • Germany • Dino/Panini
Original Artwork • Germany
MAD Magazine • Great Britain
MAD Magazine • Mexico • Mina
Various MAD Books • Turkey