MAD Magazine #126

Updated:
MAD Magazine #126 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Country:
USA
Edition:
1st Edition - New York
Published:
April 1st, 1969
Cover:
Who needs you
Sale price:
35 cent
Pages:
52
Format:
Magazine

Editorial

Cover Variations

Table of Contents

Cover: Who Needs You?

Artist, Colorist: Norman Mingo

Mad's Color Puzzle Page

Writer: Al Jaffee Artist, Colorist: Bob Clarke

Why Not Have the Next Issue Sent Directly to Your Home?

Artist: Paul Coker, Jr.

A Mad Look at the Diseases of Our Sick Society

Department: The Malady Lingers On

Writer: Max Brandel

Familiar Affair

Department: Kiddie-Litter

Artist: Mort Drucker Writer: Stan Hart

A Mad Look at Hugh vs. Helen

Department: Editorial Whee!

Artist: Jack Rickard Writer: Ronnie Nathan

Outside a Novelty Shop

Department: Don Martin

Artist, Writer: Don Martin

Mad's 1968-'69 Football Low Lights

Department: Insane Replays

Artist: Jack Davis Writer: Al Jaffee

Spy vs. Spy

Department: Joke & Dagger ; Spy vs. Spy

Artist, Writer: Antonio Prohias

If Comic Strips Covered the Burning Issues of the Day

Department: Pen-and-Inculcation

Artist: Bob Clarke Writer: Frank Ridgeway

Mad's "Late Show" Cliche Movie Scripts: The "Opera" Movie

Department: Trite & True

Writer: Harry Purvis Artist: Bruce Stark

A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at an Airport

Department: Inside-Ouch

Artist: Jack Rickard Writer: Larry Siegel

You're in Trouble...When They Smile

Department: Grin and Beware It

Artist: George Woodbridge Writer: Stan Hart Writer: Chris Hart

In an Italian Restaurant

Department: Don Martin

Artist, Writer: Don Martin

The Mad Plan to Beautify America

Department: Road Show

Writer: Dick DeBartolo Artist: Bob Clarke

The Lighter Side of American Tourists

Department: Berg's Eye View

Artist, Writer: Dave Berg

Spy vs. Spy

Department: Joke & Dagger ; Spy vs. Spy

Artist, Writer: Antonio Prohias

A Mad Look at...Frustration

Department: Food for Thwart

Artist: Paul Coker, Jr. Writer: Jack Kent

Games People Play

Department: Come-On Denominator

Artist: Bob Clarke Writer: Ronnie Nathan

The Typical "Success Story"

Department: Double Standard of Living

Artist: Mort Drucker Writer: Larry Siegel

Which Modern Artist Is Most Successfully Communicating with His Audience?

Department: Mad Fold-In

Artist, Colorist, Writer: Al Jaffee

The Beat Generation

Artist, Colorist, Writer: Sergio Aragonés

Drawn Out Dramas (Various Places around the Magazine)

Artist, Writer: Sergio Aragonés

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