MAD Magazine #271

Updated:
MAD Magazine #271 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Country:
USA
Edition:
1st Edition - New York
Published:
June 1st, 1987
Cover:
Star Trek IV
Sale price:
$1.35
Pages:
52
Format:
Magazine

Editorial

Table of Contents

Cover

Artist, Colorist: Richard Williams

Sloppy Seconds!

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Department: Table of contents

The Morgue the Merrier!

Artist: Don Edwing

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Save Money! Free Gifts! No, This Is Not a Mispirnt!!!

Star Blecch IV: The Voyage Bombs

Artist: Mort Drucker Writer: Frank Jacobs

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Department: Spy vs Spy

Artist: Antonio Prohias

Sneaky UPC Symbols

Writer: Frank Jacobs Artist: Bob Clarke

The Brown Noser's Guide to Writing A+ School Papers

Artist: Bob Clarke Writer: Tom Koch

Mad's Advertising Gullibility Test

Artist: Al Jaffee Writer: Mike Snider

The Lighter Side of...

Department: Lighter Side

Artist, Writer: Dave Berg

People Rejects

Artist, Writer: Paul Peter Porges

Mad's Modern-Day Puzzlers

Artist: Harvey Kurtzman Writer: David Ames

Mad's Record Book for Televised Sports - Vol. II

Artist: Jack Davis Writer: Tom Koch

Strikes We'd Like to See Occur... And Never See Settled!

Artist: George Woodbridge Writer: Charlie Kadau Writer: Joe Raiola

The Tranquilizer

Writer: Dick DeBartolo Artist: Angelo Torres

The Bruce Springsteen Songbook

Artist: Paul Coker, Jr. Writer: Frank Jacobs

Amazing Stories: Plotlines for Steven Spielberg

Artist: George Woodbridge Writer: Barry Liebmann

Subway Bingo

Artist: Bob Clarke Writer: Rurik Tyler

A Mad Look at Dating

Artist, Writer: Sergio Aragonés

Announcing the Crank'em Out Mint Professional Wrestling Chess Set

Writer: John Ficarra Artist: Harry North

One Fine Day in South Balsamica

Writer: Don Edwing Artist: Don Martin

Drawn Out Dramas (Various Places around the Magazine)

Artist: Sergio Aragonés

Back Cover Inside: What Would Be Helpful in Evaluating Government Leaders?

Artist, Writer: Al Jaffee

Back Cover: A TV Commercial We'd Like to See

Artist, Colorist: Bill Elder Artist, Colorist: Harvey Kurtzman Writer: John Prete

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