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!

MAD Competitors from USA

Four Color

1939 - 1962 • Involved MAD Artists: Jack Davis

See all 1 items!

Snafu Magazine

1955 - 1956 • Involved MAD Artists: Al Jaffee

See all 3 items!

College Laughs

1957 - 1968 • Involved MAD Artists: Don Orehek, John Severin

See all 39 items!

Humbug

1957 - 1958 • Involved MAD Artists: Jack Davis, Bill Elder, Al Jaffee, ...

See all 11 items!

Help!

1960 - 1965 • Involved MAD Artists: Paul Coker, Jr., Jack Davis, Don Edwing, ...

See all 27 items!

Help! Paperbacks

1961 - 1962 • Involved MAD Artists: Harvey Kurtzman

See all 2 items!

Grump Magazine

1965 - 1967 • Involved MAD Artists: Roger Price

See all 11 items!

Drool Magazine

1972 - 1972 • Involved MAD Artists: Ralph Reese

See all 1 items!

Crazy

1973 - 1983 • Involved MAD Artists: Frank Kelly Freas, Marie Severin, Basil Wolverton

See all 8 items!

Freaky Magazine

2019 - Ongoing • Involved MAD Artists: Andrew Goldfarb

See all 3 items!



MAD Competitors from Argentina



MAD Competitors from Canada



MAD Competitors from Germany



MAD Competitors from Sweden