MAD Magazine Competitors


MAD magazine is without any doubt the most successful and most influencing satire magazine of all time. Of course, other publications tried to copy MAD’s concept and black and white magazines and satirical comics began to be published. The most famous ones are Cracked, Crazy and Sick magazines. Not to mention all other short lived magazines and comics. These imitations can be found worldwide. Have a look!

Australia



Brasil



Germany



Sweden

Lasse O'Månssons Hjälp!

Involved MAD Artists: Lasse O'Månsson

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USA

Cracked Super

Involved MAD Artists: Lou Silverstone

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Frantic! 1958 - 1959

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Humbug 1957 - 1958

Involved MAD Artists: Jack Davis, Bill Elder, Al Jaffee, ...

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Barf 1990 - 1990

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Thimk 1958 - 1959

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The National Crumb 1975 - 1975

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The Teenage Alcoholics 2004 - Ongoing

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Four Color 1939 - 1962

Involved MAD Artists: Jack Davis

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Miscellaneous Cracked Publications

Involved MAD Artists: Tom Richmond, John Severin, Lou Silverstone

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Cracked Paperbacks

Involved MAD Artists: John Severin

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Cracked Summer Special 1991 - 1999

Involved MAD Artists: Don Martin

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Parody 1977 - 1977

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Ballyhoo 1931 - 1939

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Help! Paperbacks 1961 - 1962

Involved MAD Artists: Harvey Kurtzman

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Fooey Magazine 1961 - 1961

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Loco Magazine 1958 - 1959

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