MAD Magazine #100

MAD Magazine #100 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
1st Edition - New York
January 1st, 1966
MAD proudly presents its 100th issue
Sale price:
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Table of Contents

Cover: Mad Proudly Presents Its 100th Issue

Cover Artist: Norman Mingo

Future Broadway Musicals

Department: Tune Up the Volume Dept.

Writer: Frank Jacobs Artist: Jack Rickard

The Wonderful World of Repackaging

Department: Living Off the Fad of the Land Dept.

Writer: Dick DeBartolo Artist: Bob Clarke

Drawn Out Dramas

Department: Marginal Thinking Dept.

Artist, Writer: Sergio Aragonés

Spy Vs. Spy

Department: Joke & Dagger Dept.; Spy Vs. Spy

Artist, Writer: Antonio Prohias

The Nilson Family

Department: Home-Sweet-Ho-Hum Dept.

Artist: Mort Drucker Writer: Stan Hart

The Return of the Mad Beasties

Department: Word Game Preserve Dept.

Artist: Paul Coker, Jr. Writer: Phil Hahn

The Lighter Side of Sleep

Department: Berg's Eye View Dept.

Artist, Writer: Dave Berg

What Is a Blind Date?

Department: Every Dog Has It's Date Dept.

Artist: Sergio Aragonés Writer: Arnie Kogen

Shirley Finster's New York

Department: Tour De Farce Dept.

Artist: George Woodbridge Writer: Ronald Axe Writer: Sol Weinstein

Mad's Puzzle Page

Department: Lame-Brain Games Dept.

Artist, Writer: Al Jaffee

Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts

Department: Behind the Odd-Ball Dept.

Artist: Bob Clarke

The Toy Manufacturer of the Year

Department: Tots My Line Dept.

Artist: Joe Orlando Writer: Stan Hart

Spy Vs. Spy

Department: Joke & Dagger Dept.; Spy Vs. Spy

Artist, Writer: Antonio Prohias

The Swan Song of a Modern Hiawatha

Department: Poem of the Brave Dept.

Artist: Don Martin Writer: Tom Koch

Hack, Hack, Sweet Has-Been, or Whatever Happened to Good Taste?

Department: Eight Old Tomatoes in that Itty Bitty Film Can Dept.

Artist: Mort Drucker Writer: Larry Siegel

On the Subway

Department: Don Martin Dept.

Artist, Writer: Don Martin

A Vital Message From the Staff of Mad

Department: Mad Fold-In

Artist, Writer: Al Jaffee

The Replacement

Writer: Don Edwing Artist, Colorist: Bob Clarke