Max Brandel

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Max Brandel

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Contributions by Max Brandel

Writer
Department: Double Exposure Dept.
Story: West & East

MAD Magazine #106 October 1966

Artist, Writer
Department: Branding Irony Dept.
Story: A Mad Look at Trade-Marks

MAD Magazine #107 December 1966

Writer
Department: Double Exposure Dept.
Story: A Mad Porfolio of Fotos That Compare the Savage Society & the Great Society

MAD Magazine #108 January 1967

Artist, Writer
Department: Seasoned Greetings Dept.
Story: Christmas Cards We'd Like to See
Artist, Writer
Department: Hah-Moniker Dept.
Story: A Portfolio of Mad Namelies
Writer
Department: You Gotta Have a Strong Constitution Dept.
Story: The Preamble Revisited
Writer
Department: Wild Pitches Dept.
Story: Advertising Endorsements We'll Probably Never Get to See
Artist, Writer
Department: Animal Crack-Ups Dept.
Story: A Portfolio of Mad Zoo-Lulus
Writer, Artist
Department: Locale Color Dept.
Story: A Portfolio of Mad Placelies
Artist, Writer
Department: Millinary Parade Dept.
Story: Mad Easter Bonnets Designed For Male Celebrities
Artist, Writer
Department: Cold Tablets Dept.
Story: The Ten Commandments - Revisited

MAD Magazine #113 September 1967

Artist
Department: A Hymn to Disgrace Dept.
Story: America The Beautiful - - Revisited
with Frank Jacobs

MAD Magazine #114 October 1967

Writer
Department: Hail to the Chief Copywriter Dept.
Story: President Johnson on Madison Avenue

MAD Magazine #115 December 1967

Writer
Department: Glossary Prints Dept.
Story: Mad's Pictoral Political Dictionary

MAD Magazine #116 January 1968

Artist, Writer, Colorist
Back Cover: Mad's Great Moments in Politics: Surgical Scar
Writer
Department: The Fault Is In Our Stars Dept.
Story: TV Shows...Re-Cast
Writer, Artist
Department: Pins and Needles Dept.
Story: A Mad Portfolio of Some Famous "Protest Buttons" We'd Like to See Worn By Some Famous People
Writer
Department: Capitol Letters Dept.
Story: The "Great Society" Alphabet Book

MAD Magazine #123 December 1968

Writer
Department: Award to the Wise-Guys Dept.
Story: Mad's Academy Awards For World Celebrities
with Frank Jacobs
Artist, Writer
Department: Deface is Familiar Dept.
Story: A Portfolio of Mad Portraits
Writer
Department: The Malady Lingers On Dept.
Story: A Mad Look at the Diseases of Our Sick Society
Writer
Story: A Hawk's-Eye View of the United States
with Bob Clarke
Writer
Department: Fair Game Dept.
Story: A Mad Nature Study Guide
with Frank Jacobs
Artist
Story: The Tomb of the Unknown Smoker
with Irving Schild

MAD Magazine #129 September 1969

Writer
Department: Put Up Your "Dukes" Dept.
Story: A Dove's Eye View of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

MAD Magazine #131 December 1969

Writer
Department: Clash-Program Dept.
Story: A Mad Look at Modern College Courses

MAD Magazine #132 January 1970

Writer
Department: Yule Tide Dept.
Story: Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward All Men
Writer
Department: Sleeping "Bag" Dept.
Story: Dreams That Went Up in Smoke
Writer
Department: There's No Stool Like an Old Stool Dept.
Story: Progress
with Bob Clarke
Artist
Department: Run, Dick, Run! Dept.
Story: The Richard M. Nixon Presidential Primer
with Larry Siegel
Writer
Back Cover: The Official Mad Portrait of The President of the United States

MAD Magazine #140 January 1971

Artist, Writer
Story: A Mad Look at Flags of the World
Writer
Department: Jingle Belts Dept.
Story: Mad Christmas Cards From Celebrities
Writer
Department: Better Read Than Dead Dept.
Story: Communism Revisited
Writer, Artist
Department: Environmental Illness Dept.
Story: Mad Salutes the Output of American Industry
Writer
Department: Double-Takes Dept.
Story: Nixon & Agnew, As Seen By...
Writer
Story: Our American Heritage
with Bob Clarke
Writer
Department: Mad Mini-Poster Dept.
Story: Make Love - - Not War
Writer
Department: Hung Up Dept.
Story: Modern Art
with Irving Schild
Writer
Department: A Scene We'd Hate to See
Story: The Morning Delivery
with Irving Schild

MAD Magazine #145 September 1971

Writer
Department: Malignant Growth Dept.
Story: A Mad Look at Then...and Now (Or "We've Come a Long Way, Baby!")
Writer
Department: Abandon Ship of State! Dept.
Story: That Sinking Feeling...
with Frank Jacobs
Writer
Story: The Modern Crucifixtion
with Irving Schild

MAD Magazine #146 October 1971

Writer
Department: Turning a Phrase Dept.
Story: This Is America...
Writer
Department: Surly Warning System Dept.
Story: Road Signs We'd Like to Post
Writer
Story: When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again
with Jack Thurston
Writer
Department: Light-metered Verse Dept.
Story: Mad Photoetry
Writer
Department: Photo Finishes Dept.
Story: Mad Photo-Toons
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #153 September 1972

Writer
Department: The Malady Lingers On Dept.
Story: A Microscopic Look at Modern-Day Bacteria
with Frank Jacobs, Bob Clarke
Writer
Story: Wanted For Murder! Joe Pusher!
with Irving Schild

MAD Magazine #155 December 1972

Writer
Department: Rabble-Scrabble Dept.
Story: A Parade of Mad Protesting Co-Signers
with Angelo Torres
Writer
Story: Election Day 1972
with Irving Schild
Writer
Department: Pump and Circumstance Dept.
Story: ...But It's Still the Same Old Gas
Writer
Department: Theme Scheme Dept.
Story: Patterns of Speech
with Bob Clarke
Writer
Department: Another Mad Mini-Poster
Story: Amputee
with Irving Schild
Writer
Department: Mondo Corny Dept.
Story: Mad's Global Impressions
with Bob Clarke
Writer
Department: Another Mad Mini-Poster
Story: Equal Ju$tice For All
with Al Jaffee
Writer
Department: One Picture Is Worth 1000 Words & Music Dept.
Story: A Mad Look at Sheet Music
with Frank Jacobs

MAD Magazine #161 September 1973

Writer
Department: Photo Finishes Dept.
Story: More Mad Phototoons
with Bob Clarke
Writer
Department: Letter Openers Dept.
Story: What's In a Name?

MAD Magazine #162 October 1973

Writer
Department: Another Mad Mini-Poster
Story: If it Were Up to the Nixon Gang...
with Irving Schild

MAD Magazine #164 January 1974

Writer
Department: Vocational Straining Dept.
Story: New Names for Old Occupations
Writer
Department: Letter Openers Dept.
Story: What's In a Name, Part Two: Institutions
Writer
Department: Buck Fever Dept.
Story: A Mad Look at the Almighty Dollar Sign
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #171 December 1974

Writer
Story: Morality...Then...and Now

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Writer
Department: Crystal Bawl
Story: A MAD Look Into the Future
with United Press Internationa, AP/Wide World Photos
Writer
Department: Body and Sell
Story: Trucks to Match Their Products
with Bob Clarke

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Illustrator, Author
Illustrator, Author
Illustrator, Author

The Mad Jumble Book February 1975

Author (with Frank Jacobs, Bob Clarke)

The Mad Jumble Book February 1975

Author (with Frank Jacobs, Bob Clarke)

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MAD Magazine #1 July 1974

Writer
Department: Seção Financeira
Story: MAD Vê o Símbolo do Dólar
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #5 November 1974

Writer
Story: A Moral… Antes… e Agora
with Paul Coker, Jr.
Writer
Department: Minipôster MAD
Story: “ATENÇÃO! Capacidade licenciada: 3 BILHÕES. A utilização acima destes limites é PERIGOSA e ILEGAL!”
with Irving Schild
Writer
Department: Minipôster MAD
Story: Tá o Maior Sufoco!
with Irving Schild

MAD Magazine #27 September 1976

Writer
Department: Seção Mundo Cão
Story: As Impressões Globais do MAD
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #28 October 1976

Writer
Department: Seção Status
Story: Prosperidade
with Bob Clarke

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MAD Magazine #34 October 1987

Writer
Department: Minipôster MAD
Story: A Ju$tiça É Igual para Todos
with Ennio Torresan

MAD Magazine #36 December 1987

Writer
Department: Seção Status
Story: Prosperidade
with Bob Clarke

MAD Magazine #52 April 1989

Writer
Department: Seção Merdicina
Story: Letreiros de Hospital que Gostaríamos de Ver
with Lopes dos Santos
Writer
Department: Seção Ex-volução
Story: Progresso
with Bob Clarke

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MAD Magazine #7 November 2001

Idea
Department: Minipôster MAD
Story: O Mundo Está Dando um Passo Antraz!
with Irving Schild, Otacílio d’Assunção

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MAD Especial #7 December 2003

Writer
Department: Minipôster MAD Part 1
Story: “População: Mais de 6 Bilhões. Gente É Bicho Perigoso e Devia Ser Ilegal”

MAD Especial #9 August 2004

Writer
Story: A Moral… Antes… e Agora
with Paul Coker, Jr.

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MAD Magazine #1 December 1974

Writer
Story: El arte moderno (fotohistorieta)
with Irving Schild
Writer
Back Cover: ¿Qué le sugiere esta imagen?
with Irving Schild

MAD Magazine #5 June 1975

Idea
Story: Dólar todopoderoso
with Bob Clarke

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