MAD Magazine #173

Updated:
MAD Magazine #173 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Country:
USA
Edition:
1st Edition - New York
Published:
March 1st, 1975
Sale price:
50 cent
Pages:
52

Editorial

Table of Contents

Cover

Artist, Colorist: Jack Davis

[No Title]

Department: Letters Dept.

Chinaclown

Department: Chinese Water Torture Dept.

Artist: Mort Drucker Writer: Larry Siegel

One Saturday Morning in a Supermarket

Department: Don Martin Dept.

Artist, Writer: Don Martin

A Mad Look at Our Consumer Society

Department: Possession Is 9/10ths of the Lure Dept.

Artist, Writer: Arnoldo Franchioni

Specialized Magazines for Office Waiting Rooms

Department: Setting Up for the Bill Dept.

Artist: Jack Rickard Writer: Tom Koch

A Mad Look at Model-Building

Department: Kit Stuff Dept.

Artist, Writer: Sergio Aragonés

The Lighter Side of Collecting

Department: Berg's Eye View Dept.

Artist, Writer: Dave Berg

Spy vs. Spy

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

Artist, Writer: Antonio Prohias

You Know You're Really a Pet Owner When...

Department: Reigning Cats and Dogs Dept.

Artist, Writer: Lloyd Gola

One Hot Sunny Afternoon in the Middle of the Ocean

Department: Don Martin Dept.

Artist, Writer: Don Martin

Mad's Poll-Taker of the Year

Department: Numbers Racket Dept.

Artist: Paul Coker, Jr. Writer: Lou Silverstone

Annual Reports to Family Members

Department: Home Economics Dept.

Artist: Irving Schild Writer: Tom Koch

A Modern Business Success Story

Department: Inferiority Complex Dept.

Writer: Dick DeBartolo Artist: Bob Clarke

Kojerk

Department: Putting on the "Telly" Dept.

Artist: Angelo Torres Writer: Arnie Kogen

One Tuesday Afternoon on West Main Street

Department: Don Martin Dept.

Artist, Writer: Don Martin

Drawn Out Dramas (Various Places around the Magazine)

Artist, Writer: Sergio Aragonés

Back Cover Inside: What Is the One Driving Hazard That Auto Makers Are Almost Powerless to Remove?

Artist, Colorist, Writer: Al Jaffee

Back Cover: Who Goes Up...Must Come Down

Artist, Colorist: Irving Schild

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