MAD Magazine #184

Updated:
MAD Magazine #184 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Country:
USA
Edition:
1st Edition - New York
Published:
July 1st, 1976
Cover:
Special "Bring back Arbor Day" Issue
Sale price:
50 cent
Pages:
52

Editorial

Table of Contents

Cover

Artist, Colorist: Bob Jones

Sergio Aragones...by the Penumbras

Artist, Writer: Sergio Aragonés

One Cuckoo Flew over the Rest

Department: Looney Binge Dept.

Writer: Dick DeBartolo Artist: Mort Drucker

An Angry Mad Look at Unpunished Criminals

Department: Ten Least Wanted Dept.

Artist, Writer: Arnoldo Franchioni

One Day Last April

Department: Don Martin Dept.

Artist, Writer: Don Martin

Disaster Magazine

Department: Calamity Gains Dept.

Artist: Jack Davis Writer: Paul Peter Porges

Spy Vs. Spy

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

Artist, Writer: Antonio Prohias

What's Worse Than...?

Department: Quit While You're Behind Dept.

Artist: Jack Rickard Writer: Alis Ellis

The Lighter Side of Annoyances

Department: Berg's Eye View Dept.

Artist, Writer: Dave Berg

Lawsuits We'd Like to See

Department: Docket To 'em Dept.

Artist: George Woodbridge Writer: Tom Koch

Mad Solutions to Big City Parking Problems

Department: Auto-Suggestions Dept.

Artist, Writer: Al Jaffee

Mad's "Nice" Graffiti

Department: Common Censor Dept.

Artist: Bob Clarke Writer: Larry Siegel

Footnotes* to Great Lovers

Department: That's Shoe Biz Dept.

Artist: Paul Coker, Jr. Writer: Paul Peter Porges

A Mad Look at Old Math vs. New Math

Department: Sum of These Days Dept.

Artist: Jack Rickard Writer: Marilyn d'Amico

Rhota

Department: Spin Awful Dept.

Artist: Angelo Torres Writer: Arnie Kogen

Late One Afternoon at the Warsaw Dike

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 Becoming a Most Disturbing Political Argument These Days?

Artist, Colorist, Writer: Al Jaffee

Back Cover: Let Your Fingers Do The Walk-*#*@!

Artist, Colorist: Irving Schild

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