MAD Magazine #174

Updated:
MAD Magazine #174 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Country:
USA
Edition:
1st Edition - New York
Published:
April 1st, 1975
Cover:
In this issue we blast "Death Wish"
Sale price:
50 cent
Pages:
52
Format:
Magazine

Editorial

Cover Variations

Table of Contents

Cover: In This Issue, We Blast "Death Wish"

Artist, Colorist: Norman Mingo

Gulliver's Travails

Artist: Paul Coker, Jr. Writer: Don Edwing

[No Title]

Department: Letters

Artist: Al Jaffee

Death Wishers

Department: Mugger Bugger

Artist: Mort Drucker Writer: Stan Hart

Young Doctor Freen

Department: Don Martin

Artist, Writer: Don Martin

A Mad Look at the Military

Department: General Staff Infection

Artist, Writer: Arnoldo Franchioni

Spy Vs. Spy

Department: Joke & Dagger ; Spy Vs. Spy

Artist, Writer: Antonio Prohias

More Modern Fairy Tales

Department: Grimm Reality

Artist: Paul Coker, Jr. Writer: Don Reilly

Some Real Life Scenes We'd Like to See

Department: Jest Desserts

Artist: Jack Davis Writer: Paul Peter Porges

A Second Mad Collection of Extremely Thin Books

Department: Narrow-Minded

Writer: Arnie Kogen

The Lighter Side of Anxiety

Department: Berg's Eye View

Artist, Writer: Dave Berg

One Afternoon at a Bus Stop

Department: Don Martin

Artist, Writer: Don Martin

A White House "Garage Sale"

Department: Making Room for the Ford

Artist: Bob Clarke Writer: Lou Silverstone

The Mad "Good News - Bad News" Book

Department: Flip/Flops

Writer: Frank Jacobs Artist: George Woodbridge

It Almost Restores Your Faith When...

Department: Many Happy Returns

Artist: Jack Rickard Writer: Lou Silverstone

Professor Bleent and the Floon Beetle Expedition

Department: Don Martin

Artist, Writer: Don Martin

Additions to the Dictionary

Department: Neumanclature

Writer: Frank Jacobs

The Tommy-Red Seed

Department: Bullshevik

Writer: Dick DeBartolo Artist: Angelo Torres

Drawn Out Dramas (Various Places around the Magazine)

Artist, Writer: Sergio Aragonés

Back Cover Inside: What Special-Interest Group is Benefiting Most from Our Jammed Courts?

Artist, Colorist, Writer: Al Jaffee

Back Cover: The Silencers

Artist, Colorist: Irving Schild Writer: James C. Frolich

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