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(A) MAD Comics & Magazines;

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(C) MAD = FOREIGN Edition Magazines;

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MAD MAGAZINE INVENTORY;


(A) MAD Comics & Magazines;

(B) MAD SPECIALS & GIANT Magazines;

(C) MAD = FOREIGN Edition Magazines;

(D) MAD PAPERBACKS ;



(A) MAD Comics & Magazines;

[Original COLOR comics parody; #1-23= Color Comic; #24 up = Black & White magazine Format]



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MAD comic [... HUMOR in a JUGULAR Vein; TALES Calculated to Drive you....; #1-28 = Edited by KURTZMAN; E.C. / EC Comics Pub; 

#1-23  - the Original COLOR Comic Series]

#1 (10-11/1952; Kurtzman-c/a; John Severin-a; Jack Davis-a; Wally Wood-a; Bill Elder-a; PGX Graded & Slabbed, 1.5, FA/G with Tan to Off-WHITE pages = $415.00);

#2 (12/1952; Baseball-c by Jack Davis; Hex = Jack Davis-a; Melvin = Tarzan parody = John Severin-a; Gookum / Sci-Fi-s = Wally Wood-a; First appearance of Melvin Mole vs John Law-s = Bill Elder-a;  Dick Tracy cameo; VG, 4.0 = $235.00);
#3 (2/1953; TV's Dragnet spoof = Bill Elder-a; Sheik of Araby / French Legion-s = John Severin-a; V-Vampires = Wally Wood-a; Lone Ranger & Tonto parody = Jack Davis-a; Graveyard & small Vampire-c by Harvey Kurtzman; Stan Lee is mentioned; VG, 4.0 = $169.00);
#4 (4/1953; Superman vs Captain Marvel parody = Wally Wood-a; Flob Was a Slob = Jack Davis-a; Robin Hood = John Severin-a; pulp characyer the Shadow parody = Bill Elder-a; Harvey Kurtzman-c; VG/FN, 5.0 = $219.00);
#7 (10-11/1953; Sherlock Holmes & Dr Watson parody = Bill Elder-a; Sherlock Holmes & Dr Watson-c by by Harvey Kurtzman;  Treasure Island = John Severin-a; Hey Look = Harvey Kurtzman-a; Smilin' Jack spoof = Wally Wood-a; VG+, 4.5 = $149.00);
#8 (12/1953; Frankenstein spoof = Bill Elder-a; 2nd Lone Ranger parody = Jack Davis-a; Hey Look = Harvey Kurtzman-a;  Batman and Robin satire = Wally Wood-a; Harvey Kurtzman-c; overall VG, but with 3/4" x 1" Piece off right edge of Cover 1-1/2" Tear in  front cover and 4" Tear in BACK cover, both repaired inside with Magic Tape, thus call it Good, 2.0 = $69.00);

#8 (12/1953; Frankenstein spoof = Bill Elder-a; 2nd Lone Ranger parody = Jack Davis-a; Hey Look = Harvey Kurtzman-a;  Batman and Robin satire = Wally Wood-a; Harvey Kurtzman-c; Overall GOOD, but bottom 35% of Front Cover is MISSING, thus FAIR minus, reading copy = $32.00

#10 (4/1954; G.I. JOE parody = Wally Wood-a; Shane the western movie spoof = John Severin-a; Face Upon the Floor = Jack Davis-a; Wonder Woman spoof with Batman spoof  = Bill Elder-a; Harvey Kurtzman-c; VG, 4.0 = $135.00);
#10 (4/1954; G.I. JOE parody = Wally Wood-a; Shane the western movie spoof = John Severin-a; Face Upon the Floor = Jack Davis-a; Wonder Woman spoof with Batman spoof  = Bill Elder-a; Harvey Kurtzman-c; appears G/VG, but with Magic Tape Repairs inside spine to cover & at centerfold near staples, thus FA/G = $59.00);

#10 (4/1954; G.I. JOE parody = Wally Wood-a; Shane the western movie spoof = John Severin-a; Face Upon the Floor = Jack Davis-a; Wonder Woman spoof with Batman spoof  = Bill Elder-a; Harvey Kurtzman-c; Overall GOOD, but BACK cover is missing, thus FAIR, reading copy = $45.00)

#13 (71954; Prince Valiant parody = Wally Wood-a Book! Movie! = Jack Davis-a; Baby Quips & Robinson Crusoe = Bill Elder; Harvey Kurtzman-c; VG/FN, 5.0 = $135.00);
#13 (71954; Prince Valiant parody = Wally Wood-a Book! Movie! = Jack Davis-a; Baby Quips & Robinson Crusoe = Bill Elder; Harvey Kurtzman-c; Creasing to Covers, 1/2" x 1-1/2" piece missing off lower right cover corner, thus Good minus, 1.8 = $52.00);

#13 (71954; Prince Valiant parody = Wally Wood-a Book! Movie! = Jack Davis-a; Baby Quips & Robinson Crusoe = Bill Elder; Harvey Kurtzman-c; Overall G/VG, but 3" Tear at right edge of cover, Magic tape repairs inside, 2" x 3-1/2" Piece Missing at upper Left cover corbver, thus FAIR, reading copy = $33.00);

#14 (8/1954; Mandrake the Magician satire = Bill Elder-a; Movie Ads = Wally Wood-a; TV's The Continental spoof = Jack Davis-a; Plastic Man parody = Russ Heath-a;  Da Vinci's Mona Lisa painted cover parody; G/VG, 3.0 = $79.00);

#17 (11/1954; Photo & Text Cover; Contents printed upside down & Backwards by publisher in all copies; Bringing Back Father parody = Bill Elder-a; TV's What's My Line spoof = Jack Davis-a; Meet Miss Potgold {& other Misses} = Basil Wolverton-a; Julius Caesar satire = Wally Wood-s; FN/VF, 7.0 = $249.00);

#17 (11/1954; Photo & Text Cover; Contents printed upside down & Backwards by publisher in all copies; Bringing Back Father parody = Bill Elder-a; TV's What's My Line spoof = Jack Davis-a; Meet Miss Potgold {& other Misses} = Basil Wolverton-a; Julius Caesar satire = Wally Wood-s; VG, 4.0 = $89.00);
#18 (12/1954; Alice in Wonderland spoof = Jack Davis-a; TV's Howdy Doody parody = Bill Elder-a; Pot-Shot Pete = Harvey Kurtzman-a; Stalag 17 movie satire = Wally Wood-a; Harvey Kurtzman-c; G/VG, 3.0 = $69.00);
#19 (1/1955; Mickey Mouse spoof with Goofy, Pluto & Minnie = Bill Elder-a; Supermarket = Jack Davis = Superman cameo; Caine Mutiny movie parody = Wally Wood-a; All-Text cover; VG, 4.0 = $89.00);
#20 (2/1955; Katzenjammer Kids parody = Bill Elder-a; Sound Effects = Wally Wood-a; Paul Revere's Ride = Jack Davis-a; Cowboy = Jack Davis-a; VG/FN, 5.0 = $112.00);
#22 (4/1955; Special Art Issue; All Photo's & illustations issue = all Bill Elder stories & illos; Includes; The Child, the Boy, the Young Artist, the Commercial Artist; the Old Pro = 2nd appearance of Melvin Mole vs John Law; FN/VF, 7.0 = $249.00);

#22 (4/1955; Special Art Issue; All Photo's & illustations issue = all Bill Elder stories & illos; Includes; The Child, the Boy, the Young Artist, the Commercial Artist; the Old Pro = 2nd appearance of Melvin Mole vs John Law; FN+, 6.5 = $199.00);
#23 (5/1955; LAST Color Comic issue, with Special CANCEL announcement; POGO Possum & Albert Alligator parody = Wally Wood-a, with Atomic Bomb panel & Mick Mouse & Donald Duck cameos; Scenes We'd Like to See = Jack Davis-a; Ripley's Believe It or Not spoof = Wally Wood-a; Humphry Bogart in Barefoot Contessa satire = Jack Davis=a; G/VG, 3.0 = $69.00);

 

MAD {comics Magazine} (EC Comics Pub; B&W Comic Magazine; Regular Main ongoing series; the most famous Comics Parody mag of all-time, they set the standard that all others are compared to);

#26(11/1955; 3rd Magazine size; Elder, WOOD & Davis-a; 2pg Marilyn Monroe "Seven Year Itch" Parody; G/VG, 3.0 = $65.00);

#28(7/1956; 5th Magazine size; "Spring" issue; Elder, WOOD & Davis-a; Heath GGA pinup back-c; LAST issue Edited by KURTZMAN; G/VG, 3.0 = $62.00);

#30 (12/1956; 7th Magazine size; 1st Alfred E. Newman on MAD MAGAZINE, Norman Mingo Painted-c; Elder, Wally WOOD, Don Martin, Crandall & Davis-a; Mingo-c; ELVIS Presley, TV Gunsmoke, Disneyland, Pulp mags & Moby Dick; SOLD OUT);
#31 (2/1957; 2nd ALFRED E NEWMAN cover; Mount Rushmore-c; Norman Mingo Painted-c; Wally Wood, Basil Wolverton, Don Martin; Frank Kelly Freas Freas begins as regular; Last Jack Davis-a; *** includes; Field & Stream spoof, Don Juan DeMarco, Stanley's Pussycat; Ernie Kovacs, 2 pgs Marilyn Monroe, TV Ads, Greeting cards, Al Jazzbo Collins, Orson Bean, and poetry. FN = $109);

#32 (4/1957; Norman Mingo Painted-c; Wally Wood, Frank Kelly Freas, Don Martin; Mort Drucker, Joe Orlando & Woodbridge start as regulars; *** includes; sports magazines, childhood chums, long movies, future predictions, The Bad Seed, and Steve Allen. SOLD OUT);
#33 (6/1957; Norman Mingo Painted-c; Don Martin, Wally Wood, Ernie Kovacs, Henry Morgan, Joe Orlando, Mort Drucker, Bob Clarke; *** includes; Baseball Hall of Shame, Army to Civilian, Truth about Cowboys, future TV ad, Kovac's Strangely Believe It, Foreign Movie Titles; Vending Machines of Future; Marlon BRANDO; High School Dance; VG+ = $72);
#34 (8/1957; Norman Mingo Painted-c; Dave Berg starts as regular; Wally Wood, Don Martin, E. Nelson Bridwell, Orson Bean, etc; *** includes; Coat of Arms, Wedding Album, Mr Science, baseball, future Drive-Ins, and modern furniture, TV product Commercials, Chinese go to American Restaraunt. TV GUIDE spoof; VG = $50);
#35 (10/1957; Norman Mingo Painted-c; 5th Anniversary issue; Wraparound cover; Wally Wood, Don Martin, Frank Kelly Freas, Joe Orlando, Reed Crandall, Frank Jacobs, Tom Lehrer, etc; *** includes; Comic Strips, Backyard Barbeques, Cropping photos- Clark Gable, Astrology, TV ads, Palm reading, Specialty magazines, Mad eating utensils, etc; Cinderella by Tennesee Williams spoof - Marlon Brando; COVERLESS, pages 35-38 missing = $5)
#36 (12/1957; C.C. Beall Jr-c; Wally Cox, Bob and Ray, Henry Morgan, Frank Kelly Freas, Wally Wood, Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Joe Orlando, etc; Gunfight at the O.K. Corral - Movie Parody; *** includes; TV Antennas; Parking Meters, Commercials in Movies - John Wayne cameo, My Friend DUFO; Coney Island;Paul Sturdley's Secret File; Blind Dates; Cowboys & Indians; RAW GUTS magazine; Home Movies; Halloween MASK on Back-c; 12 Bottles; Martian Field Guide; 2pgs MAD HATS = Basil WOLVERTON-a; VG $39);

#37 (1/1958; ; Father Time Painted-c by Norman Mingo; >> Ernie Kovacs, Bob & Ray, Orson Bean, Ron Goulart, Frank Kelly Freas, Joe Orlando, Wally Wood, Orlando, Bob Clarke, Don Martin, Drucker, Woodbridge, Dave Berg; *** includes; Kovac's Strangely Believe It, 3 Strange Tales by Don Martin, Realistic Comic Book heroes, Russia, Ambiguous Signs, See them Now, Christmas Toys, How to wage Peace, Mad goes HiFi, Rejection Slips; Civil War; = SOLD OUT)

#38 (3/1958; Ernie Kovacs, Frank Kelly Freas, Wally Wood, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, George Woodbridge, E. Nelson Bridwell, etc; *** includes; Sports Cars, Alphabet books, Mike Wallace spoof, Mickey Spillane parody, outstanding Americans, Beleive it or Not, Parties, Baby Sitting, Wallpaper, Neurotics, Mad endorsements, Bannister sliding, TV scenes - 1/4 pg Dragnet, 1/4 pg Lone Ranger, Better Homes and Gardens, etc; VG/FN=$48; VG=$39);

#38 (3/1958; Ernie Kovacs, Frank Kelly Freas, Wally Wood, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, George Woodbridge, E. Nelson Bridwell, etc; *** includes; alphabet books, Mike Wallace, babysitting, banister sliding, Better Homes and Gardens, etc; *** Back cover missing, rest of mag is VG, B&W Photocopy replacement pages included = $15);

#39 (5/1958; Wally Wood, Frank Kelly Freas, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, etc; *** includes; Typewriters, Science Conscious, Doodles, Suburbs, Party games, Shakespeare, Sneaky advertisments, TV Scenes, Opera record albums, High School Paper, Commemorative Stamps, Big Earth, Saturday Evening Post spoof, Inventions, Mad Dogs & Owners; FA/G=$18);

#39 (5/1958; Wally Wood, Frank Kelly Freas, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, etc; *** includes; Typewriters, Science Conscious, Doodles, Suburbs, Party games, Shakespeare, Sneaky advertisments, TV Scenes, Opera record albums, High School Paper, Commemorative Stamps, Big Earth, Saturday Evening Post spoof, Inventions, Mad Dogs & Owners; >>> Back cover missing, rest of mag is G, B&W Photocopy replacement Back cover included = $11);

#39 (5/1958; Wally Wood, Frank Kelly Freas, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, etc; *** includes; Typewriters, Science Conscious, Doodles, Suburbs, Party games, Shakespeare, Sneaky advertisments, TV Scenes, Opera record albums, High School Paper, Commemorative Stamps, Big Earth, Saturday Evening Post spoof, Inventions, Mad Dogs & Owners; >>> Front & Back covers are missing, rest of mag is G, B&W Photocopy replacement pages included = $8);

#40 (7/1958; Wedding-c; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Bob & Ray, Wally Wood, Frank Kelly Freas, Don Martin, Basil Wolverton, Joe Orlando, Ernie Kovacs, etc; *** includes; Initials, Trading Stamps, Pizza, Outdoors, Frankenstein parody with Elvis cameo, TV Scenes, Beleive it or Not, Inside story, Pravda, Football by Andy Griffith, Cold Cereal War, Summer Vacation, etc; FN=$56; VG/FN=$49; G/VG=$33);

#41 [9/1958; Frank Kelly Freas-c/a; Drucker, Bob & Ray, Wally Wood, Dave Berg, Tom Koch, Don Martin, Joe Orlando, Henry Morgan, Ernie Kovacs, etc; *** includes; Camp Counsellors, Mad Primer, Haberdashery, Rare old Mags, Snob vs Slob appeal, Golf, Rotten Circus, Advice columns, Young Lions - Movie parody, Countdown, Boating, National Geographic; (1/4 page each Spoofs = Dragnet, Bob Cummings, Mike Wallace, Phil Silvers, Have Gun will Travel)];
#42 (11/1958; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Bob & Ray, Jules Feiffer, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Frank Kelly Freas, Wally Wood, Don Martin, Ernie Kovacs, Danny Kaye, etc; *** includes; TV, Pigskin preview Football, I'm Five, Sick by Feiffer, Hollywood Buisnesses, Common Man, Children's Books, Baseball, Big Cars, Spelling Errors; Movie Scenes - Sinatra, Holden, Novak, Loren, Ladd, Lancaster, Bardot);

#43 (12/1958; Scarecrow-c by Frank Kelly Freas; Bob & Ray, Mort Drucker, Danny Kaye, Wally Wood, Frank Kelly Freas, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, George Woodbridge, Don Martin, Danny Kaye; *** includes; Baseball, the End of Comic Strips, Halloween, Magazine mergers, Electricians, Ad Photo's, Push Carts, Health Chairs, Poetry, Lamps, Headlines, Music report, new Baby, Hunting Woodlore, Playhouse '90);
#44 (1/1959; Wraparound Christmas-c by Frank Kelly Freas; Mort Drucker, Wally Wood, Joe Orlando, Al Jaffee, E. Nelson Bridwell, Frank Kelly Freas, etc; *** includes; Christmas cards, Movie previews, Telethon with Dean Martin, Junior editions of Mags, Basketball, memories of Summer, Newman Family Tree, Walk/Don't Walk signs, Graphs, Sleep/Awake, International advertisements, etc);
#45 (3/1959; Valentines Day-c; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Al Jaffee, Frank Jacobs, Frank Kelly Freas, Don Martin, Wally Wood, Mort Drucker, etc; *** includes; Worsts of 1958, Weight Lifting/body-building, Novice Drivers, Editorial Cartoons, George Washington AD agency, Italian Foods, Planned Obsolescence, Tattooing, Business Valentines, TV commercials, Look mag spoof);
#46 (4/1959; FLIP cover - RCA TV Dancing Girls /The END of Mad covers by Frank Kelly Freas; George Woodbridge, Wally Wood, Bob Clarke, Don Martin, Frank Kelly Freas, Al Jaffee, etc; *** includes; TV Roulette, Suicide, Stereo, High Class Mags uses Low Class pictures, Persuaders, Paets train your Masters, American Tourist Phases, Modern Architecture, Famous authors write the Comics, TV Western weapons of the future, Not so Happy Endings, Modern Auto Accidents, Sucess Symbols);
#47 (6/1959; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Bob & Ray, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Sid Caesar, Mort Drucker, Wally Wood, Frank Kelly Freas, Don Martin, etc; *** includes; Combined TV shows, Non-Conformist, Credit Card Battles, Movie posters, Sid Caesar's lectures on Space, Mother's Day cards, Jack & Jill retold by Mags; Halls of Fame, Greatest Missle, Little League Baseball, First-Aid);
#48 (7/1959; Uncle Sam US Army Wants You Poster cover by Frank Kelly Freas; Wally Wood, Freas, Al Jaffee, Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Bob Clarke, Joe Orlando, etc; *** includes; Comic Strip Heroes, Little Known Organizations, Skin Diving, Cavemen, Progress Hornsby by Sid Caesar, Perry Mason, TV script is Born, Card Game of Bridge, Miracle Fabrics, Job Marching Songs, Graduation speeches; FN = $50; G/VG = $25);
#49 (9/1959; Frank Kelly Freas-c/a; Wally Wood Al Jaffee, Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Sid Caesar, etc; *** includes; Family Magazines, Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, Billboards, Mad Horror primer, Boy & his Toy, Book Clubs, Functional Architecture, Dream Cars, Shrunk World by Sid Caesar, Mad Medals, Bestseller Commercials, Vic Tinny Gyms; VG/FN = $45; G=$20);

#50 (10/1959; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Frank Jacobs, Dave Berg, Joe Orlando, Dave Martin, Mort Drucker, etc; *** includes; Spot that Plug, Time Capsule, Mad Playgrounds, Fun & Profit, What Teenagers think, Blue Confessions, Practical Greeting cards, NBC plays CBS in TV Baseball League, Songwriter inspirations, Women in Whisky Ads; TV's Peter Gunn spoof; Proson Yearbook; VG=$35; G/VG = $25);

#51 (12/1959; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Wally Wood, Frank Jacobs, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, and others. The Price is Right with Bill Cullen - TV Game Show parody; >>> includes; Ad Slogans, Unknown Poetry, Christmas shopping, Hide-a-Bed & Things, Madison Avenue History & Literature, Grandstand Foorball, Looks at Adult Education, Civilian Space Flight, Painting by Numbers, Handwriting Analysis, TV Ads; Teenage magazine parody; appears VG/FN, but with minor magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, thus VG minus = $30);

#51 (12/1959; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Wally Wood, Frank Jacobs, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, and others. The Price is Right with Bill Cullen - TV Game Show parody; >>> includes; Ad Slogans, Unknown Poetry, Christmas shopping, Hide-a-Bed & Things, Madison Avenue History & Literature, Grandstand Foorball, Looks at Adult Education, Civilian Space Flight, Painting by Numbers, Handwriting Analysis, TV Ads; Teenage magazine parody; overall G/VG, with magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, thus G = $18);


#52 (1/1960; Christmas-c by Frank Kelly Freas; George Woodbridge, Tom Koch, Mort Drucker, Larry Siegel, Bob Clarke, Sy Reit, Dave Berg, and others. >>> includes; Mad Calendar, New AD spaces, Christmas songs, Living Space, Historical Movie previews, Night Before Christmas, modern Folk Music, Before & After Ads, Repair Hints, Protest Letters; TV's 77 SUNSET STRIP Parody; VF minus = $78; G/VG=$24);
#53 (3/1960; LEAP YEAR issue; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Wally Wood, Frank Jacobs, E. Nelson Bridwell, Don Martin, Frank Jacobs, Bob Clarke, George Woodbridge, and Drucker; >>> includes; Merchandising, Highway saftey, Movie Monsters of Madison Ave, Teenagers run the USA, Society Page, TC commercials, Valentines, Illuminated Signs, Wall Street, Alfred Hitchcock movie, Skiing; TV's Rifleman padody; FA/G $12; FA=$9);

#54 (4/1960; Frank Kelly Freas-c; AL JAFFEE Art Begins; Frank Jacobs, Don Martin, Tom Koch, Bob Clarke, Dave Berg, and others. >>> includes; Magician, Interpreter, Billboards, Picket Lines, Doctors Progress, People's Garbage, Mail by Missle, Motor Scooter; My Fair AD Man - Dean Martin & Frank Sinatra; Movie Land mag spoof; US TV around the World = Father Knows Best TV parody);

#55 (6/1960; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Sid Caesar, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Joe Orlando, Mort Drucker, Larry Siegel, Paul Krassner, Bob Clarke. >>> includes; Concert, TV Plugs, Madison Avenue Primer, Popular Politician parody mag, Cigarette Geography, Figuative Speech, I.B.M. Cards, Edgar Allen Poe's the Raven, Barber Shop, Mothers Day, Commercials, Pictures the Mag editors left out; Arthur Money Party - TV parody; Jackie Talented Story - Movie parody);
#56 (7/1960; Alfred E Newman for President-c by Frank Kelly Freas; Don Martin, Joe Orlando, George Woodbridge, Mort Drucker, Tom Koch, Sy Reit, Bob Clarke, and others. >>> includes; Madison Aveune Political Campaigns, Garbage Explosion, Comic Strip Opera - Tarzan, Dagwood, Orphan Annie & Dick Tracy, Bubble Gum cards, Publicity, Army Field manuals, Modern Olympic Games, Honest Ads, Patty Play Dolls, Academy Awards spoof);
#57 (9/1960; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Frank Jacobs, Don Martin, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Kelly Freas, Bob Clarke, and others. >>> includes; Madison Avunue Purplus, Good Humor Ice Cream Truck, Mags carry Comic Strips, Gangster Movie previews, Products Law, Photographs for Profit, TV Ads, Beatniks, Fishing);
#58 (10/1960; Summer issue; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Frank Jacobs, Bob Clarke, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Mort Drucker, Dave Berg, and others. >>> includes; Casey at Bat, Bath Salts, Childs History of 1940-60, Sailing, TV Violence, Critical Reviews, Political Alphabet Book, Amateur Photography, Merchandising; Highway Squad - TV parody);
#59 (12/1960; Halloween issue; Headless Horseman with Pumpkin Head-c; Drucker, Frank Jacobs, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Gary Belkin, Bob Clarke, and others. >>> includes; Modern Freaks, History's Famous Last Words, Doctors ADs, Parents from 21-60, Newspaper coverage, Commercial Roulette, Service Companies; TV's LASSIE parody; World War II Movie spoofs; VG/FN = $36);

#60 (1/1961; Bob Clarke FLIP cover = One side is John F Kennedy, other side is Richard Nixon; Frank Jacobs, Joe Orlando, Bob Clarke, Sy Reit, Paul Coker, Jr., Phil Hahn, George Woodbridge, and others. 1st appearance of SPY vs SPY by PROHIAS, Prohias becomes regular artist; >>> includes; SPY vs SPY; College Cheers, TV college Guide, Tourist Guide to USA, Behind the Scenes by Paul Coker & Phil Hahn, Dieting, Shakespeare Primer, Warm-Ups, Educational Toys; The King and I - Movie Parody; Naked City - TV spoof; VG/FN = $42);

#61 (3/1961; Joe Orlando, Don Martin, Larry Siegel, Mort Drucker, Arnie Kogen, Phil Hahn, and others. >>> includes; Wall Street Journal, Playboy Magazine, insurance, Life Magazine, TV guest appearances; 2nd app SPY vs SPY by PROHIAS; SOLD OUT);
#62 (4/1961; Winds of March issue; Frank Jacobs, Don Martin, George Woodbridge, Larry Siegel, Bob Clarke, Phil Hahn, Antonio Prohias; >>> includes; TV Panelist, Rockets & Missles, Population Explosion, Greeting cards, Ladies' Home Journal spoof, Horseback Riding, Mail Order catalogues, UN Awards show, Tomorrow's Parents, Dull reading material, the Total Sell; 3rd app SPY vs SPY by PROHIAS);
#63 (6/1961; April Showers issue; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Don Martin, Dave Berg, Tom Koch, Mort Drucker, Phil Hahn, Bob Clarke, Bob Margolin, George Woodbridge, and others. >>> includes; Breakfast Foods, Whats in a Name, modern Textbooks, Adult TV cartoons, Sports Typography, TV commercials, Mag ciculation drive, Paperback roulette, Gossip Columns, Mags for Seniors, Americas Presige abroad; 4th app SPY vs SPY by PROHIAS; John Wayne in the Alamo);

#63 (6/1961; April Showers issue; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Don Martin, Dave Berg, Tom Koch, Mort Drucker, Phil Hahn, Bob Clarke, Bob Margolin, George Woodbridge, and others. >>> includes; Breakfast Foods, Whats in a Name, modern Textbooks, Adult TV cartoons, Sports Typography, TV commercials, Mag ciculation drive, Paperback roulette, Gossip Columns, Mags for Seniors, Americas Presige abroad; 4th app SPY vs SPY by PROHIAS; John Wayne in the Alamo; FA, 10% Front Cover Missing; Back Cover Missing, thus PR/FA; B&W Photocopy replacement Back Cover included = $5);
#64 (7/1961; Special Jackpot issue; Frank Kelly Freas-c; RICKARD starts as a Regular; Al Jaffee, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Sy Reit, Bob Clarke, Antonio Prohias, and others. >>> includes; Business of Baseball, Summer Resorts, Bedtime Stories, Babysitters, Poetry, Modern Army, Madison Avenue thru History, Fairy Tale ads, Telephone; Daily Square - mag spoof; 5th app SPY vs SPY by PROHIAS; CANDID CAMERA - TV Parody; VG = $22);

#65 (9/1961; Special Summer Travel issue; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Wally Wood, Frank Jacobs, Don Martin, Bob Clarke, Dave Berg, Don Reilly, Tom Koch, Jack Rickard and others. >>> includes; Mad Look at Beach by Dave Berg, Career European Tours, Realistic Children's Books, Suspenseful TV commercials, Late night TV, Karate, Madison Avenue sells America, Auto Travel Games, Inventor; 6th app SPY vs SPY by PROHIAS; Medical illustrated - Mag parody; JOHN F KENNEDY - 4 pages);
#66 (10/1961; John F Kennedy cover; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Wally Wood, Don Martin, Dave Berg, Arnie Kogen, Mort Drucker, George Woodbridge, Larry Siegel, and others. >>> includes; Celebrity Wallets, Lighter side of TV sets by Dave Berg, Comedy Albums by Music Artists, Household Accidents, Little League Baseball Hall of Fame, Mythology Primer, Scout Handbook, Medical Crusades, Nature, Sports Cars; Joe LeVenal - Steve Reeves as Hercules parody);
#67 (12/1961; Special Fall issue; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Wally Wood, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, George Woodbridge, Gary Belkin, Earle Doud, Bob Clarke, and others. >>> includes; Military Rocket Belt, Kids at Office week, Ads on Road Signs, Celebrity Wallets, Look at Picnics by Berg, TV commercials, Reader's Digest spoof, Magazine covers, Physical Fitness, Countries trading People; Day with John F.Kennedy = 5 pages; 7th app SPY vs SPY by PROHIAS; FN/VF = $45; VG/FN=$21);
#68 (1/1962; Rival Santa's cover by Don Martin; Al Jaffee, Don Martin, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Arnie Kogen, Larry Siegel, Mort Drucker, Jack Rickard, and others. >>> includes; Late Night TV, Look at Christmas by Berg, Celebrity Wallets, Poems, College Fraternities, Movie Stars at Ordinary Jobs, Comic Strip Character Christmas parties, Languages in USA, Secret Ingredients, Living Daddy, Barry Goldwater; Guns of Navarone - Movie Parody);
#69 (3/1962; TV issue; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Wally Wood, Don Martin, Joe Orlando, Antonio Prohias, Don Reilly, Larry Siegel, and others. >>> includes; Fight Songs, Model Building for Adults, SPY vs SPY, MAD looki at TV, Stone Age on TV, TV ads, Lighter side of Dentists by Berg, various Magazine parodies, Less violence TV, Babies take Parents pictures, Top stories of 1962);
#70 (4/1962; Frank Kelly Freas-c; Don Martin, Bob Clarke, Al Jaffee, Antonio Prohias, Dave Berg, George Woodbridge, and others. >>> includes; Madison Avenue Museum, Snow removal, SPY vs SPY, Celebrity Wallets, Veeblefetzer Corporation, Satireists Notebook, Jerry Lewis spoof; Movies in flight, Comics needing Punchlines, Lighter side of Entertaining by Berg, Valentines, Doctor's Office; Route 66 - TV parody; FN/VF = $45);



MAD magazine [ B&W Comics Spoof/Parody/Satire/Humor Magazine; Regular Main ongoing series]

#71; (6/1962; Story & Art by; Wally Wood, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Phil Hahn, Bob Clarke, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Test Papers, Guide to Russia, future physical afflictions, South Chicago, Gambling, Rain, Robin Hood / Sherwood Forest, Brand Names, Dream Girls etc; South Chicago = Movie Parody of Prohibition Era Gangsters with Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley etc); .

#72; (7/1962; Cover by Kelly Freas; 10th ANNIVERSARY issue; >> Story & Art by; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Rickard, Arnie Kogen, George Woodbridge, Phil Hahn, Larry Siegel, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Celebrity Wallets, eating habits of animals, Lighter side of Smoking by Dave Berg, Prison movies with James Cagney, Mother's Day cards, Hercules, TV Repairs; C-MEN in Action with JFK, Jackie & Caroline Kennedy, etc; Old comic strip characters by Wally Wood = 1/3 page each Strips include Superman, Dick Tracy, Tarzan, Popeye etc);

#73; (9/1962; Alfred E Newman HEX Sign BACK cover = Once you look at it - if you do not buy it - YOU DIE! >> Story & Art by; Mort Drucker, Wally Wood, Don Martin, Jack Rickard, Phil Hahn, Gerald Gardner, Antonio Prohias, Earle Doud, etc; ** Includes; BONANZA = TV Spoof story, Road Signs, Science of packaging, Doctors, modern Fairy Tales, Who's in Charge photo spoof, Spy vs Spy, Racketeer illustrated, Demo products, Lighter side of Summer Vacations by Dave Berg, Typewri-toons);

#74; (11/1962; Cover by Kelly Freas; TOTEM POLE-c; >> Story & Art by; Mort Drucker, Lou Silverstone, Don Martin, Jack Rickard, George Woodbridge, Frank Jacobs, etc; Dr. Kildare & Richard Chamberlain TV parody; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, TV Medical Shows, Labor Day cards, Summer Camps, Rock and Roll senior citizens - JFK & Elvis app, Eating out by Dave Berg, Celebrity humor Photo's Chinese food, Summer Replacements, TV ads, Celebrity Primer, etc);

#75; (12/1962; Cover by Norman Mingo; Cutting Classes issue; >> Story & Art by; Wally Wood, Bob Clarke, Gerald Gardner, Pearl Belkin, Antonio Prohias, Mort Drucker, Larry Siegel, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Robinson Crusoe on the Beach, Intellectual TV - JFK & News anchors app, Football roundup, Lighter side of Teenagers by Berg, Superstitions, etc; Irving Irving story = Movie Musical parody; Celebrity home movies with; John Wayne, Alfred Hitchcock, Lloyd Bridges, Frank Sinatra, Richard Chamberlain);

#76; (1/1963; Cover by Norman Mingo; Happy New Year issue; SERGIO ARAGONES joins as a Regular Artist/Writer; SERGIO ARAGONES Cartoons in Margins Begins; >> Story & Art by; Wally Wood, Frank Jacobs, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Mort Drucker, Stan Hart, etc; ** Includes; X-Mas Toys, Government Spending - JFK Photo's, Modern Sports for Teenagers, TV Pilot Films that didn't make it, Lighter side of Winter by Berg, Aids to Happier Living, Seeing isn't always Believing, Holiday Commercialism, Ads take over Mags, Alphabet Book, etc);

#77; (3/1963; Cover by Norman Mingo; the DEFENDERS with E.G. Marshall, Robert Reed - TV Parody-s; >> Story & Art by; Mort Drucker, Jules Feiffer, Wally Wood, Frank Jacobs, Don Martin, Bob Clarke, George Woodbridge, Jack Rickard, Earle Doud, Gary Belkin, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Magazine Calendars, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde by Aragones, Hollywood Surplus, Lighter side of Women by Berg, Lawyer TV shows, Yacht Flags, Astrology, Mad Look at Travel, Childs Garden of Weeds, etc; Speaking from Pictures - JFK & Jackie, Nixon, Castro Photo's; Comic Strip parody strips by Wally Wood - Includes; Peanuts, B.C., & Mark Trail );

#78; (4/1963; Cover by Norman Mingo; Marty / Ernest Borganine - Movie Parody; West Side Story - Movie Spoof with Political figures; >> Story & Art by; Frank Jacobs, Don Martin, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, George Woodbridge, Antonio Prohias, Stan Hart, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Comparison Tests, Kid future Careers, Lighter side of Dating by Berg, Darker side of Telstar - Russia/Iron Curtain, Modern Chess, College Primer, JFK photo's, etc);

#79; (6/1963; Cover by Norman Mingo; MOTHER'S DAY issue; >> Story & Art by; Wally Wood, Joe Orlando, Antonio Prohias, Bob Clarke, Stan Hart, Mort Drucker, etc; ** Includes; Summit at White House - JFK, Castro, etc, Movie dialogue, Service songs, TV effect on Children, Succeed at Childhood, Spy vs Spy, Tax Time USA, Lighter side of Family Doctors by Berg, Discount Center Owner of Year, Dumpy City Tourist Trap, Rise & Fall of Recording Stars; Speaking from Pictures - JFK, Nixon, Ike photo's);

#80; (7/1963; Cover by Norman Mingo; Mutiny on the Bounty with Marlon Brando - Movie Parody by Wally WOOD; the Tenth Hour - TV parody; >> Story & Art by; Mort Drucker, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Dick De Bartolo, Jack Rickard, Larry Siegel, Stan Hart, etc; ** Includes; Father's Day cards, Best-seller Book is Born, Lighter side of Dog owners by Berg, Autograph Albums, Movie Dialogue, NBC TV It's About Time, etc; Comic strip characters in Misery is a Cold Hot Dog, Baseball Primer, Rejection Slips);

#81; (9/1963; Cover by Bob Clarke; Eight Ball-c; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Phil Hahn, Jack Rickard, Mort Drucker, Arnie Kogen, Antonio Prohias, Dave Berg, Al Jaffee, Bob Clarke, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Product Lables, Movie Monsters of Everyday Life, On the Beach in the Technology of the Cold War, Lighter side of Summer Camp by Berg, TV Commercial Breaks, TV Guide of Commercials, Wonder Drugs for Teenagers, Do-it-Yourself Magazines, Motorcycle Cops by Aragones, Popular Scientific Mechanics, etc; Comic Characters as Ordinary People, Strips includes; SUPERMAN, Dick Tracy, Peanuts, Pogo, Mandrake, BC, etc; Modern Comedians in Past = with Bob Hope, Bill Dana/Jose Jimenez, Jackie Mason, Dick Gregory, & Jack E Leonard);

#82; (10/1963; Cover by Norman Mingo; Fidel CASTRO with Cigar cover; The Nurses - CBS TV Parody; The Birds - Alfred Hitchcock Movie Parody; >> Story & Art by; Wally WOOD, Mort Drucker, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Dick De Bartolo, Dave Berg, Sy Reit, Don Martin, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Future Talking Ads, Report on Progress, TV Dramas, Trend of Swimming Pools, Recent Grads, Psychoanalysis by Mail, Lighter side of Parents of Little Kids by Berg, etc; Comicland magazine with; Orphan Annie, Superman etc; Wheelers & dealers = 2 pages Basil WOLVERTON-a);

#83; (12/1963; FLIP-COVER issue; Side-1 = "SEX"; Side-2 = NEWSWEAK; HUD = Paul Newman western movie parody; >> Story & Art by; Frank Jacobs, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Antonio Prohias, Tom Koch, Mort Drucker, Stan Hart, Bob Clarke, George Woodbridge, Don Martin, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Army on Mars, Guide to Art Films, Government greeting cards, Lighter side of Car owners by Berg, Chinese Restaurant Owner of Year with Walter Cronkite, Labour Union Manual, Mad look at Football by Aragones, etc; Stupidity on TV, includes strips of; Ben Casey, Garry Moore, Huntley Brinkley, CBS Sports, the Defenders, Sherlock Holmes);

#84; (1/1964; Cover by Norman Mingo; CHRISTMAS-c; >> Story & Art by; Wally Wood, Mort Drucker, Don Reilly, Bob Clarke, Dick De Bartolo, Don Martin, Stan Hart, Dave Berg, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Celebrity Nightmares, Christmas Hints, Guide to Hypnotism, Lighter side of Cops by Berg, Getting a Job, Academy Awards for Home movies, Modern Teacher, Movie Dialogue, Trademarks, Mad look at Santa by Aragones; Future Singing TV Commercials);

#85; (3/1964; Cover by Norman Mingo; ABE LINCOLN-c; Mannie get your Ghoul-s = Universal Monsters appear; HAZEL - TV Parody-s; >> Story & Art by; Mort Drucker, Frank Jacobs, Don Martin, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Sergio Aragones, Jack Rickard, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Lighter side of the College Crowd by Berg, Numbers for Everything, Hospital Primer, Famous Protest Campaigns, Mad Beatlies, Story behind News, etc; After the TV show-s, includes; To Tell the Truth, Garry Moore, You Asked for it, Candid Camera & the Beverly Hillbillies; Future Educations Comic Pamplets = 5 pages by Wally WOOD, includes full page strips of; Dick Tracy, Joe Palooka, Popeye, Mary Worth);

#86; (4/1964; Cover by Norman Mingo; Alfred E Newman of Arabia-c; First FOLD-IN'S {B&W} on inside Back Cover Issue by AL JAFFEE & becomes a Regular Feature, becomes Color with #119 up; Lawrence of Arabia with Peter O'Toole - Movie Parody; >> Story & Art by; Mort Drucker, Wally Wood, Frank Jacobs, Don Martin, Joe Orlando, Larry Siegel, Phil Hahn, Paul Coker, Jr., etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Mad Beastlies, Trend toward Understanding - Wally Wood-a, News Photo's, future Quickie Vacations, Junk Mail, Schools Letters for Acheivments, Lighter side of Married Men by Berg, If Magazine Ads spoke Language of Mags, Evolution of Popular Song - Elvis cameo, Long Range effects of products on People; Comic Strip chracters in Insecurity is a Pair of Loose Swim Trucks);

#87; (6/1964; Cover by Norman Mingo; Special SPRING issue; 2nd FOLD-IN on inside Back Cover Issue; >> Story & Art by; Mort Drucker, Stan Hart, Don Martin, Sergio Aragones, Dave Berg, etc; ** Includes; Mad Beatlies, Spy vs Spy, TV ads, Lighter side of Home Owners by Berg, Cigarette filter Tip War, Pre-recorded Phone messages, Mad Look at the Circus by Aragones, Priced with Asterisk, etc; ANGRY magazine; Kids' versions of Adult movies, includes full page Parodies of; Days of Wine & Roses with Jack Lemmon &Jack Klugman, the Hustler with Paul Newman & Jackie Gleason, Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLain in Irma La Douce, Never on Sunday, Mondo Cane; Fake-Out Record covers, includes; Frank Sinatra, Lester & Flatt, Camelot, Julie London, Belafonte);

#88; (7/1964; Cover by Norman Mingo; 3rd FOLD-IN Back Cover Issue; Charade, with Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn and Walter Matthau - Movie Parody; BURKE'S LAW - with Gene Barry TV Parody; >> Story & Art by; Mort Drucker, Aragones, Frank Jacobs, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Arnie Kogen, George Woodbridge, Bob Clarke, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Lighter side of Little League Baseball by Berg, Italian Restaurant, New York City, Caterer of the Year, Politician Primer, Long range effects of products on People; Movie Ads - Cleopatra with Liz Taylor & Robin & 7 Hoods with Sinatra, Dean Martin, Davis Jr; >> COMICS for Publications that don't have Comics, includes 1/3 page strips of; Blondie & Dagwood, Peanuts, Donald Duck & Goofy, Orphan Annie, Pogo; Alfred E Newman as one of Beatles cameo);

#89; (9/1964; FRANKENSTEIN Monster Cover by Norman Mingo; 4th FOLD-IN on inside Back Cover Issue; the FUGITIVE - with David Janssen, William Conrad & Barry Morse TV parody story; >> Story & Art by; Mort Drucker, Jack Rickard, Don Martin, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Don Reilly, etc; WALT KELLY Strip; * Includes; Spy vs Spy, Drive-in Movies Primer, Cigarette Industry fights Back, Academy Awards for Parents, Guide to Power Boating, Lighter side of Water Sports by Berg, World's Fair Pavilions, Peek thru Microscope; ** Comic Strips the'd really like to do, with 2/3 page each of; Flower by Charles M Schulz, Miss Peach by Walt Kelly, Ken Ernst & Allen Saunders of Mary Worth on Peanuts, Mort Walker on Soap Opera strip, Mell Lazarus on Steve Canyon);

#90; (10/1964; Cover by Norman Mingo; Ringo Starr of Beatles Back cover by Frank FRAZETTA; ** BEATLES & ELVIS cameos; 5th FOLD-IN on inside Back Cover Issue; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Coker,Orlando, Al Jaffee, Wally Wood, Jack Rickard, Arnie Kogen, Stan Hart, George Woodbridge, Bob Clarke, Al Jaffee, Mort Drucker, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Strange Interludes in Everyday Life, Etiquette, Realistic Scrapbook, Las Vegas Nevada, Lighter side of Summer Romances by Berg, Mad look at Firemen by Aragones, Auto Accessories; Teeage Idol promoter of Year; What if Celebrities Ran for Political Office, with Steve Allen, Jack Paar, Cassius Clay, Charlton Heston, Hugh Hefner & Jerry Lewis; Misleading TV Titles - Wagon Train, 77 Sunset Strip, My 3 Sons, Leave it to Beaver etc; Celebrity Mechandising - Beatles, Streisand, Janssen, Kirk Douglas, Lancaster);

#91; (12/1964; "LAST" issue; Mr. Novak - James Franciscus TV parody; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Harry Purvis, Sergio Aragones, Harry Purvis, Bob Clarke, Arnie Kogen, George Woodbridge, Dick De Bartle, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Washington DC, Bad Habits help Congressional Career, Package warnings, Devices for safer Smoking, Movie Heroes are Finks - John Wayne cameo, Mad look at Summer Olympics by Aragones, Movie Monsters, Historical Celebrities become Heroes - Liz Taylor cameo; Lighter side of Going to Movies by Berg, Little Known Jobs in TV; Ringo Starr - Celebrity Wallet, with cameo by Beatles & Moe of 3 Stooges, Frazetta cameo illo);

#92; (1/1965; Cover by Norman Mingo; CHRISTMAS-c; Harold Robbins' Carpetbaggers - with George Peppard, Alan Ladd, Robert Cummings Movie parody; >> Story & Art by; Aragones, Don Martin, Joe Orlando, George Woodbridge, Mort Drucker, Larry Siegel, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Shakespeare up to Date - Beatles, Curtis, Sinatra, Davis Jr cameos, Chicago, Letters from Santa, Get Well cards, Safety Songs, etc; In & Out Book by Coker; Chicago illinois; Everyday Life Olympic Games; Lighter side of Adult Parties by Berg; PHONY Magazine);

#93; (3/1965; Cover by Norman Mingo; Optical illusions-c; MGM's Flying Ace - 5 page Movie Parody with the BEATLES by Mort Drucker; >> Story & Art by; Al Jaffee, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Bob Clarke, Larry Siegel, Mort Drucker, etc; ** Includes; Lighter side of Teenage Parties by Berg, Liquor Ads on TV, Football, Kiddie TV shows, Newspaper Headlines; Comic Strip Characters in I Got all the Finks i need, with Peanuts, etc);

#94; (4/1965; Cover by Norman Mingo; 1st Annual Go APE over MAD issue = Parody of KING KONG cover; Sean Connery as JAMES BOND 007 = 6 page Movie Parody story by Mort Drucker; Son of Mighty Joe Young / King Kong - Movie parody-s, with James Garner, Doris day, Dick Van Dyke & Richard Burton; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Frank Jacobs, Joe Orlando, Bob Clarke, Al Jaffee, Sergio Aragones, Dave Berg, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Lighter side of Kids' Parties by Berg, Ft. Worth Texas by Coker, Look at Winter Sports by Aragones, TV commercials, Basketball Foto-Plays, Famous People Home Study Courses; Neurotic Magazine);

#95; (6/1965; Cover by Norman Mingo; Special SPRING Training issue; PEYTON PLACE - TV Soap Opera Parody story; Beach movies Parody-s with Annette Funicello & Frankie Avalon; Pinocchio & Blue Fairy Back-c; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Bob Clarke, Larry Siegel, Arnie Kogen, Paul Coker, Jr., Harry Purvis, etc; ** Includes; Ringo Starr cameo on page 2; Spy vs Spy; Kid Movie Cliches; Small Town USA by Coker; Modern Highwayman; Hugh Hefner celebrity wallet, 43-Man Squamish, Lighter side of Spring by Berg, Gun Owners Primer, Believe it or Nuts; HairGoo magazine);

#96; (7/1965; Cover by Norman Mingo; Middle of the Road issue; MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. = 6 page TV Parody story by Mort Drucker; CRAZY FISTS - Boxing Movie Parody; >> Story & Art by; Frank Jacobs, Don Martin, Aragones, Joe Orlando, Tom Koch, Bob Clarke, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Baseball Foto-Plays, Substandard Brands, future Sales Gimmicks, TV commercials, Lighter side of the BOSS by Berg, Seed & Garden Catalogue with Ringo Starr, Nixon, Dean Martin, Jayne Mansfield, RFK cameos; 2 more Ringo Starr cameos on page-3; Show Biz Celebrities-s = Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Phil Silvers, Sophie Tucker, Sinatra etc);

#97; (9/1965; Cover by Norman Mingo; the Rooks - TV Satire of the ROGUES starring; Robert Coote, David Niven, Gladys Cooper and Charles Boyer; ** Cheyenne Autumn - Movie Parody, Directed by John Ford & Starring Richard Widmark, Carroll Baker, Karl Malden, Sal Mineo; >> Story & Art by; Frank Jacobs, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Jack Rickard, Sergio Aragones, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Edsel, Walter Cronkite, Mad Look at Garbage Men, by Aragones; Lighter side of Employees by Berg; Being Rich; John Birch Society Policeman; Believe it or Nuts; Load & Crash - Magazine parody);

#98; (10/1965; Cover by Norman Mingo; FLIPPER - TV Parody; Joseph Conrad's LORD JIM - Peter O'Toole Movie Satire; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Al Jaffee, Jack Rickard, Stan Hart, Arnie Kogen, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Surfing, Summer Camp for Adults, Fight Songs, US Foreign Policy Primer, Academy Awards for Small Businessmen; Lighter side of Summer Evenings by Berg; FIRST appearance of Mad's SNAPPY ANSWERS to STUPID QUESTIONS by AL JAFFEE; Mick Jagger photo cameo; Believe it or Nuts);

#99; (12/1965; Special HYPNOTIC issue; occasional JACK DAVIS Art starts again; The VIRGINIAN = TV Western parody story, aka the Men from Shiloh starring; James Drury, Doug McClure and Lee J. Cobb; >> Story & Art by; Jack Rickard, Don Martin, Stan Hart, Paul Coker, Jr., Mort Drucker, Lou Silverstone, Bob Clarke, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Horror movies, Football, Greeting Card manufacturer of Year, Automated Machines, Lighter side of Moving by Berg, Boxing Foto-Plays - Cassius Clay app, Politicians on TV Commercials - Nixon, George Wallace & Khruschev app; Rime of the Modern Surfer; Snappy Answers to Old Cliches; Soupy Sales - Celebrity Wallet; Wildlife of American Highways);

#100; (1/1966; ANNIVERSARY issue; ** Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte = Bette Davis & Olivia de Havilland Movie parody; the Nelson Family = TV Satire with Ricky Nelson; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Jack Rickard, Jaffee, Orlando, Frank Jacobs, Mort Drucker, Stan Hart, Phil Hahn, Paul Coker, Jr., Dave Berg, George Woodbridge, etc; ** Includes; Mad Beastlies, Spy vs Spy, Re-Packaging, What is a Blind Date by Aragones, Shirley Finster's New York, Lighter side of Sleep by Berg, Swan Song of Hiawatha; future Broadway Musicals, with 1 page each strips of; Moby Dick, Julius Caesar, Tale of Two Cities & TARZAN of the Apes; Toy Manufactrere of the Year = SOLD OUT);


#101; (3/1966; Cover by Norman Mingo; INFINITY-c; Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea = 6 page TV Parody-s by Drucker; SANDPIPER - Movie Parody starring Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and Eva Marie Saint; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Dave Berg, Larry Siegel, Jack Rickard, Tom Koch, Mort Drucker, George Woodbridge, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Unknown Poetry - Janssen of Fugitive cameo, College Programs, Lighter side of Shopping by Berg, Teenagers takeover TV, Suburban Primer; Intimidations & Antidotes; Badge & Billy magazine; George Harrison of Beatles cameo);

#102; (April 1966; Cover by Norman Mingo; 2nd Annual Go APE over MAD issue; *** BRANDED - 5 page Chuck Connors TV Western Parody; Bunny Lake Is Missing - Movie Parody, Directed by Otto Preminger, Starring; Keir Dullea, Carol Lynley, Laurence Olivier; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Dave Berg, George Woodbridge, Tom Koch, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Lighter side of Elementary school by Berg, ABC's Wild World of Sports, Board games, the Boy Scouts vs Old Ladies, Luxury Apartment, Ridiculous AD images; the National Enquirer - Newspaper satire);

#103; (6/1966; Cover by Norman Mingo; HONEY WEST - 5 page Anne Francis TV Parody; The Agony and the Ecstasy - Movie Parody, starring; Charlton Heston & Rex Harrison, story of Michelangelo; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Stan Hart, George Woodbridge, Bob Clarke, Dick De Bartolo, etc; ** Includes; Fathers are Two-Time Losers, Share the Wealth Income Tax, Horrifyingt Clichés; Face on Town Sqaure - 4pgs Jack DAVIS art; 1pg SUPERMAN strip by Woodbridge; Hypocrite Primer; Lighter side of Junior High School by Berg; Fraternity Magazine);

#104; (7/1966; Cover by Norman Mingo; Special June-Groom issue; LOST IN SPACE = 6 page TV Parody story; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, George Woodbridge, Bob Clarke, Phil Hahn, Jack Hanrahan, Paul Coker, Jack Rickard, etc; ** Includes; Advertising with Ulterior Motives, American Mediocrity academy, Mixing Politics with Careers, Lighter side of High School by Berg, Road Signs; future Wit & Wisdom books, with Adolph Hitler, Charles Liston, Ed Sullivan, Robert Shelton, Jimmy Hoffa & Annette Funicello; Peek through Microscope; Stereotype Casting; Track & Field Foto-Plays);

#105; (9/1966; BATMAN and ROBIN cover by Norman Mingo; BATMAN - 6 page Adam West & Burt Ward TV Parody story by Drucker; John Le Carre's The Spy that came in from the Cold - Richard Burton Movie Satire; Hullaballoo - TV spoof = 5 pages JACK DAVIS Art; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Stan Hart, Bob Clarke, Sergio Aragones, Lou Silverstone, Max Brandel, etc; ** Includes; What is a Party Pooper by Aragones, Look at Shut-Ins, Cook Books; Double-O Licenses - James Bond, Jackie Gleason, Beverly Hillbillies, Doris Day, Hugh Hefner; West & East portfolio of Photo's; future TV tests; Lighter side of Traveling by Berg; Belive it or Nuts; Publications use Movie Mag gimmicks with Jackie Kennedy - cameo of 3 Stooges; Horrifying Cliches);

#106; (10/1966; Cover by Norman Mingo; TARZAN parody BACK cover by Frank FRAZETTA; 2pgs of BATMAN by Sergio Aragones; Twelve O'Clock High - TV Parody starring Frank Overton, Paul Burke and Chris Robinson; the BUNCH - Movie Parody; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Bob Clarke, Dick De Bartolo, Max Brandel, Arnie Kogen, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Lighter side of Music Lovers by Berg, Air Travel Primer, Joys of Scuba Diving, Howard Johnson's Restaurant, Trademarks, GOLF Foto-Plays; Obituaries for Comic Strip characters);

#107; (12/1966; Hello Lyndon - Lyndon B. Johnson / or My Fair Lady Bird - satire-s; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, E. Nelson Bridwell, Phil Hahn, Larry Siegel, Sergio Aragones, Dick De Bartolo, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Academy Awards for Teenagers, the Astrodome, Miss America Pageant, Lighter side of Autumn by Berg, Horrifying Cliches; the Shadow knows by Aragones; Comic Strip Characters satire includes; Peanuts, Mary Worth, B.C., Pogo, Orphan Annie, Miss Peach, Blondie; Portfolio of Photo's - Savage Society vs Great Society = KK, LBJ, Liz Taylor & Ringo Starr cameos; Protest magazine);

#108; (1/1967; Santa/Christmas Cover by Norman Mingo; HOGAN'S HEROES = 5 page TV Parody-s by JACK DAVIS; The Sound of Music - Julie Andrews Movie Parody; >> Story & Art by; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Stan Hart, Bob Clarke, Dick De Bartolo, Tom Koch, Max Brandel, Jack Davis, Larry Siegel, Sergio Aragones etc; ** Includes; Christmas cards, Spy vs Spy, Telephone Soliciting, Lighter side of Mall by Berg, Shopping for Finks, Snappy Answers to Old Cliches; What is BMOC by Aragones; Ads for other 1967 Vehicles; Football covered by other Publications);

#109; (3/1967; Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf - Movie Parody starring; Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, George Segal, Sandy Dennis; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Stan Hart, George Woodbridge, Frank Jacobs, etc; ** Includes; Sports Locker Rooms, Future Products, Arguments, Clichés; VG = $8.00);


#110; (4/1967; Cover by Norman Mingo; Fantastic Voyage - Sci-Fi Movie parody; Run for Your Life - Ben Gazzara TV Satire; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Stan Hart, Dick De Bartolo, Sergio Aragones, Tom Koch, Joe Orlando, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Mad HATE Book by Jaffee, Songs of Food, Lighter side of Camera Bugs by Nerg, Winter Sports Foto-Plays, What is a Born Loser by Aragones; TV Network President of Year; meet ZIRALDO a Delicious Brazilian Nut; Yellow pages for Super Heroes);

#111; (6/1967; Cover by Norman Mingo; Special RACIAL issue; Porgy and Bess - Musical Movie parody, Directed by Otto Preminger with Sidney Poitier, Dorothy Dandridge, Sammy Davis Jr., & Pearl Bailey; Muhammad Ali cameo; I SPY - Bill Cosby & Robert Culp TV Satire; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Dick De Bartolo, Larry Siegel, Jack Rickard, Bruce Stark, Frank Jacobs, etc; ** Includes; Outdoor Sports Indoors, Lighter side of Relatives by Berg; Fantastic Voyages based on Everyday experiences; Where Tax Dollars Go; Spy vs Spy, Vanishing Human Types; the TV Ratings based on Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven; Comic Strip Heroes from Real Life with; LBJ. Hugh Hefner & Pals. Richard Burton & Elizabeth Taylor, Chalres De Gaulle, Bob Dylan, Liberace, Barbra Striesand & Ringo Starr, Cassius Clay);

#112; (7/1967; Cover by Norman Mingo; TARZAN - Ron Ely TV Parody by Drucker; the Professionals - Movie Parody with; Burt Lancaster, Lee Marvin, Jack Palance and Robert Ryan; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Dick De Bartolo, Sergio Aragones, Tom Koch, Paul Coker, Jr., Stan Hart, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Lighter side of Eating by Berg, Psychoanalysis Primer, Mad Song Book thru History, Ten Commandments revised, George Hamilton celebrity wallet, Look at Musicians by Aragones, What is a Final Exam by Aragones);

#113; (9/1967; Cover by Norman Mingo; Dr. Zhivago - Movie Parody starring Omar Sharif, Julie Christie and Geraldine Chaplin, withy JACK DAVIS-a; Is Paris Burning - Charles Boyer Movie Parody; IRON HORSE - Dale Robertson TV Western satire; Throw Up - Movie satire; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Dave Berg, Dick De Bartolo, Mort Drucker, etc; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, Auto Safety, Water Sports Foto-Plays, Horrifying Clichés, If Poets wrote Mother Goose, Lighter side of Going Steady by Berg, America the Beautiful revisited; Everyday Guts magazine);

#114; (10/1967; JESTER & Celebrities cover by Norman Mingo; RAT PATROL with Christopher George = TV parody-s by Drucker; Hombre with Paul Newman & Richard Boone - Movie Satire; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Orlando, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Stan Hart, Dick De Bartolo, Sergio Aragones, George Woodbridge; ** Includes; Spy vs Spy, LBJ on Madison Avenue, Lighter side of the Mating Game by Berg, Psalm for Sabbath by Coker, Future Complaints, Portable Radios, So How Come?; Dr. Seuss = 5 page parody by Bob Clarke; TV Game shows = 5pgs Jack DAVIS-a; the Shadow Knows by Aragones; TARZAN by Don Martin);

#115; (12/1967; STAR TREK = early 5 page TV parody story, by Drucker; Gran Prix with James Garner & Eve Marie Saint - Movie parody, by Drucker; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Dick De Bartolo, Larry Siegel, George Woodbridge, Paul Coker, Jr., etc; ** Includes; Evolution of Dating 1890 to Today, Computer Dating, Hertz - Avis Rivalry, TV coverage in Off-Election Year, Protest Buttons thru History, Gifted Children, Pictorial Politcal Dictionary, Lighter side of Young Marrieds by Berg; Prodigy magazine for Geniuses)

#116; (1/1968; Take a Trip issue; the Dirty Dozen - Movie Parody, with Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine and Charles Bronson, by Drucker; the JOE NASTY Show - TV Parody with 4 pages JACK DAVIS-a; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Lou Silverstone, Frank Jacobs, Bruce Stark, Paul Coker, Jr., Jack Davis, etc; ** Includes; Christmas cards, Timpthy Leary - Celebrity Wallet, Lighter side of Friendship by Berg, Getting Old by Coker; Late Night TV with Johnny Carson - Cameos of; Ronald Reagan & John Wayne; Song of Pets; Theatrical Agent of the Year; Spy vs Spy; Bestsellers satire, with; James Bond, JFK, Harold Robbins. Bill Alder);

#117; (3/1968; Football cover by Norman Mingo; >> Story & Art by; Dick De Bartolo, Tom Koch, Joe Orlando, Sy Reit, George Woodbridge, Paul Coker, Jr., Jack Rickard, Pete Andrews, etc; ** Includes; Charlie Brown, letters to congressmen, sky diving, graffiti, air pollution, marriage, clothes, etc);

#118; (4/1968; Psychedelic HIPPIE Cover by Norman Mingo; MISSION IMPOSSIBLE = 7 page TV parody story, with Peter Graves, Barbara Bain & Martin Landau by Drucker; In the Out Exit - Movie parody by Drucker; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Stan Hart, Frank Jacobs, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Larry Siegel, etc; ** Includes; Valantines to Celecrities - BEATLES, Twiggy, De Gaulle & Joey Bishop Cameo; Spy vs Spy; Mad look at Pro Football = 3pgs Jack Davis-a; TV Shows re-Cast; 1pg Peanuts parody; Lighter side of Fear by Berg; Advantages of Suburbs for Kids; Hippie magazine; 2nd appearance of Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions by Al Jaffee);
#119; (6/1968;
Bonnie & Clyde / Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway Cover by Norman Mingo; the INVADERS = 5 page Roy Thinnes TV parody story with Jack Davis-a; Bonnie and Clyde - Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway Movie Parody-s, by Drucker; FULL COLOR MAD FOLD-INS by AL JAFFEE Begins {Formerly all B&W}; >> Story & Art by; Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Dave Berg, Dean Norman, Sergio Aragones, Arnie Kogen, Jack Davis Lou Silverstone, etc; ** Includes; Fad & Fetish Primer, All-Star Basketball Teams - 5pgs Jack Davis-a, Lighter side of Hobbies by Berg, Really Parents When, Famous Protest Buttons, Big Mouth, Absence Notes);
#120; (7/1968; Cover by Norman Mingo; Modern Cinderella back-c comics strip;
Cool Hand Luke - 6pg Movie Parody, starring; Paul Newman, George Kennedy and Strother Martin, with Drucker-a; >> Story & Art by; Al Jaffee, Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Stan Hart, Sergio Aragones, Frank Jacobs, Jack Rickard, Larry Siegel, Don Martin; ** Includes; the Mad Hate book II by Jaffee, Behind Post Office, Mother's Day cards thru History, Lighter side of Driving by Berg, 1968 Political Olympics, Final Exams, Jobs on Fringe Show business, Lighter side of Death, The Great Society Alphabet Book; On the Road with Sergio Aragones);



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#121(9/1968; BEATLES painted-c; Valley of the Dolls - Movie satire; Flying Nun - Sally Field TV Parody; Ringo Starr pinup; FLIP-COVER with 16 Magazine cover & Spoof on reverse side);
#122(10/1968; Gentle Ben & Smothers Brothers - TV Parodies; Movie Monsters, In Cold Blood, The Graduate, Guess who's Coming to Dinner - Movie satires; Cover depicts; Nixon, Humphrey, Rockefeller, Wallace, McCarthy, LBJ & Ronald Reagan);
#123(12/1968;
Copy #1,111,784 in a series of 2,148,000 = Variant-1 of 4 Different Cover Variants; Adventures of the Red Baron - Peanuts parody; It Takes a Thief, Mannix & Judd for the Defense - TV Parodies; Camelot - Movie satire; Back cover = Pinocchio, Wizard of Oz & Peter Pan);
#123(12/1968;
Copy #1,112,362 in a series of 2,148,000 = Variant-2 of 4 Different Cover Variants; Adventures of the Red Baron - Peanuts parody; It Takes a Thief, Mannix & Judd for the Defense - TV Parodies; Camelot - Movie satire; Back cover = Pinocchio, Wizard of Oz & Peter Pan);
#123(12/1968;
Copy #1,189,168 in a series of 2,148,000 = Variant-3 of 4 Different Cover Variants; Adventures of the Red Baron - Peanuts parody; It Takes a Thief, Mannix & Judd for the Defense - TV Parodies; Camelot - Movie satire; Back cover = Pinocchio, Wizard of Oz & Peter Pan);
#123(12/1968;
Copy #1,376,485 in a series of 2,148,000 = Variant-4 of 4 Different Cover Variants; Adventures of the Red Baron - Peanuts parody; It Takes a Thief, Mannix & Judd for the Defense - TV Parodies; Camelot - Movie satire; Back cover = Pinocchio, Wizard of Oz & Peter Pan);
#124(1/1969; Rosemary's Baby - cover & Movie satire-s; MafiaCo Inc; Casey at the Dice - Jack Davis-a; Men & Women in DRAG back-c);
#125(3/1969; 2001:
A Space Odyssey - Movie satire; Ice Hockey-s = Jack Davis-a; Comic Characters psychoanalized; HITLER Photo back-c spoof);
#126(4/1969; Uncle Sam painted-c;
Family Affair - TV Parody; Comic Strip Characters);
#127(6/1969;
MOD SQUAD Cover & Movie satire-s; Red Baron - Peanuts spoof; Steve McQueen in Bullitt- Movie satire; Nixon & Miss America; G.I. Joe, Barbie & Ken; Baseball spoof - Jack Davis-a);
#128(7/1969; Wizard of Oz spoof; Comic Strip Characters);
#129(9/1969; Kirk Douglas, Alex Cord and Irene Papas in Brotherhood - Mafia Movie Satire; Bigots; Diahann Carroll as Julia - TV Parody);
#130(10/1969; Comic Strip Characters;
Clint Eastwood in Where Eagles Dare - Movie satire; Land of the Giants - TV Parody; Castro back-c);
#131(12/1969; Back to College issue;
ADAM-12 - TV Parody; Goodbye Columbus - Movie Satire; Don Rickles; Ronald Reagan Rum Photo back-c);
#132(1/1970; Christmas-c; Academy Awards with Dustin Hoffman, with cameos by: Racuel Welch, James Coburn, Warren Beatty, etc);
#133(3/1970;
True Grit - John Wayne Movie Satire; Celebrities - Jackie Kennedy Onassis, John Lennon, Hugh Hefner, Sammy Davis Jr, Nixon's & Dean Martin; Joe Namath's wallet);
#134(4/1970; Midnight Cowboy - Movie Satire; Woodstock - Concert spoof by Aragones; The
Ghost and Mrs. Muir - TV Parody; Mother Goose by Jack Davis with; Spiro Agnew, Hugh Hefner, Joe Namath, Tiny Tim, the BEATLES, etc; Peter Graves Mission Impossible Back-c spoof);
#135(6/1970;
Easy Rider - Movie Satire-c/s; Jack Davis-c; Michael Parks in Then Came Bronson - TV Parody; Nixon primer; Nixon back-c);
#136(7/1970; Paul Newman & Robert Redford in
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid - Movie Satire-c/s; Lloyd Haynes, Denise Nicholas and Michael Constantine in Room 222 - TV Parody;
#137(9/1970; Lassie - Parody by Jack Davis; Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice - Movie Satire-c/s; Robert Young & James Brolin in Marcus Welby MD - TV Parody; Sports Cars We'd like to see = 3 pages
Basil WOLVERTON-a);
#138(10/1970;
SNOOPY-c; Sutherland & Gould in M*A*S*H and Gregory Peck, Richard Crenna and David Janssen in Marooned - Movie Satires; Peanuts as TV Series spoof);
#139(12/1970; Hippies-c by Jack Davis;
Airplane - Movie Satire; Raymond Burr as Ironside- TV Parody);
#140(1/1971; George C Scott in
Patton - Movie Satire-c/s; the Doris Day Show - TV Parody);
#141(3/1971;
Catch-22 - Alan Arkin, Martin Balsam Movie Satire-c/s; Jack Lord in Hawaii Five-O - TV Parody; Pinocchio back-c);
#142(4/1971; White House-c; West Side Story - Movie Satire = Jack Davis-a; Communism; Fred MacMurray in My Three Sons- TV Parody);
#143(6/1971; Funny Girl-c/s / On a Clear Day You Can See Forever - Barbra Streisand & Omar Sharif Movie Satire; Richard Nixon & Agnew; Gene Barry, Robert Stack and Susan Saint James in the Name of the Game - TV Parody);
#144(7/1971; Peter Boyle, Dennis Patrick and Susan Sarandon in JOE - Movie Satire; Movie Monsters; Efrem Zimbalist Jr in
The F.B.I. - TV Parody; Occult magazine - spoof; Marquis de Sade);
#145(9/1971; Barbra Streisand & George Segal in The Owl and the Pussycat, Jack Nicholson & Karen Black in Five Easy Pieces - Movie Satires; Richard Nixon; Hippie crucified on Giant HYPO Neddle back-c);
#146(10/1971;
Love Story, written by Erich Segal, Starring: Ali MacGraw & Ryan O'Neal - Movie Satire; Sesame Street- TV Parody; 4 Horsemen of Metropolis back-c);
#147(12/1971; Dustin Hoffman in Little Big Man - Movie Satire;
All in the Family - TV Parody; Richard Nixon spoof & back-c);
#148(1/1972; Peanuts spoof; Pro Football; Lorne Greene & Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade - TV Parody; Jennifer O'Neill, Gary Grimes and Jerry Houser in the Summer of '42 - Movie satire);
#149(3/1972; Willard - Bruce Davison, Elsa Lanchester and Ernest Borgnine Horror Movie Satire-c/s; TV Late Shows; Willard Ralph Nader's wallet; TV Parodies = Mary Tyler Moore, Barney, FBI, Hawaii Five-O);
#150(4/1972; White House Follies of 1972 - Nixon, Agnew, etc; Howard Cosell; Cosmopolitan magazine spoof with Helen Gurley Brown; David Cassidy & the Partridge
Family - TV Parody);
#151(6/1972; Medical Center, starring; James Daly, Chad Everett and Chris Hutson - TV Parody; 1972 Presidential Candidates; Carnal Knowledge, Written by Jules Feiffer, Starring: Jack Nicholson, Candice Bergen and Ann-Margret - Movie satire; Walter Cronkite);
#152(7/1972; the
French Connection - Gene Hackman, Roy Scheider Movie Satire; Mannix - Mike Connors & Gail Fisher TV Parody; Archie Bunker vs Richard Nixon back-c);
#153(9/1972;
Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry - Movie Satire; Sports Movies; Cavemen, Religion; Longstreet, starring; James Franciscus, Marlyn Mason & Peter Mark Richman - TV Parody);
#154(10/1972;
John Wayne in the Cowboys - 8 page Movie Satire with Jack Davis-a; Howard Hughes; the Hot Rock, Movie Satire from the Donald E. Westlake novel, William Goldman screenplay, Starring: Robert Redford, George Segal);
#155(12/1972;
The Godfather, by Francis Ford Coppola / Mario Puzo, Starring: Marlon Brando, Al Pacino & James Caan - Movie Satire-c/s; The Mary Tyler Moore Show, aslso starring Edward Asner and Gavin MacLeod - TV Parody; Howard Cosell);
#156(1/1973; Fiddler on the Roof - Movie Satire-c/s; Peter Falk as
Columbo - TV Parody);
#157(3/1973;
Planet of the Apes - POTA #1,2,3,4 Movie Satires-c/s; The Wizard of Oz - Movie Satire; Sonny and Cher Show - TV Parody; George Plimpton);
#158(4/1973; New Centurians, based on Joseph Wambaugh novel, Starring: George C. Scott, Stacy Keach & Jane Alexander; 1pg Tarzan spoof by Jack Davis; Head Shop suppliers; TV Parodies of; General Hospital, Brady Bunch, Adam-12 & Owen Marshall);
#159(6/1973;
A Clockwork Orange, by Stanley Kubrick /Anthony Burgess, Starring: Malcolm McDowell & Patrick Magee - Movie Satire-c/s; Owen Marshall Attorney at Law - Arthur Hill, Lee Majors and Pat Harrington Jr. TV Parody);
#160(7/1973; Comic Strip Characters;
Cannon - William Conrad TV Parody-c/s; High School Yearbooks; Mount Rushmore back-c; Going My Way - Bing Crosby movie satire);
#161(9/1973;
The Poseiden Adventure - Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine and Shelley Winters Movie Satire; Tarzan = 4 pages Jack Davis-a; Richard Nixon back-c; Bridget Loves Bernie - David Birney, Meredith Baxter and Harold J. Stone TV Satire);
#162(10/1973; The Heartbreak Kid by Neil Simon - Charles Grodin, Cybill Shepherd Movie Satire;
Maude by Norman Lear, Starring: Bea Arthur, Bill Macy - TV Parody);
#163(12/1973; Class of '44 - Movie Satire; Alice in Wonderland; Lost Horizon with Peter Finch, Liv Ullmann and Sally Kellerman - Movie Satire);
#164(1/1974; Paper Moon - starring; Ryan O'Neal, Tatum O'Neal and Madeline Kahn - Movie Satire-c/s;
Kung Fu - David Carradine TV Parody);
#165(3/1974; Don Martin-c; 8 different
James Bond Movie Satires = 9 pages with Sean Connery & Roger Moore; The Waltons - TV Parody; Walter Cronkite);
#166(4/1974; classic rude extended middle finger cover;
American Graffiti by George Lucas, Starring: Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard and Paul Le Mat - Movie Satire; the Statue of Liberty; M*A*S*H - TV Parody, Starring: Alan Alda, Wayne Rogers and Loretta Swit; Gambler magazine);
#167(6/1974; My Fair Lady - Movie Satire with Burt Reynolds in My Fair Laddie; Karl Malden, Michael Douglas and Reuben Collins in Streets of San Francisco - TV Parody; Karate movie producer of Year = Jack Davis-a; 1pg Tarzan spoof by Jack Davis);
#168(7/1974;
Billy Jack - Tom Laughlin Movie Satire; The Way We Were - Barbra Streisand, Robert Redford Movie Satire; TV theme songs = Kung Fu, Mary Tyler Moore, Colombo, Marcus Welby, Gunsmoke, Lets Make a Deal);
#169(9/1974; Al Pacino as
Serpico-c/s - Movie Satire; History of SEX; Dennis Weaver as McCloud-c/s - TV Parody);
#170(10/1974;
Papillon - Steve McQueen, Dustin Hoffman Movie Satire; The Exorcist by William Friedkin / William Peter Blatty, Starring: Stars: Ellen Burstyn, Max von Sydow and Linda Blair - Movie Satire; the Miss America Pageant);
#171(12/1974; Nixon & Agnew in Sting-c; Paul Newman, Robert Redford and Robert Shaw in
the Sting - Movie Satire-s; Georg Stanford Brown, Sam Melville and Kate Jackson in the Rookies - TV Parody);
#172(1/1975; Christmas-c; The
Six Million Dollar Man - Lee Majors TV Parody; The Great Gatsby by Francis Ford Coppola / F. Scott Fitzgerald, Starring: Robert Redford & Mia Farrow - Movie Satire; Richard Nixon; HITLER back-c; 2pg Superman spoof by Aragones);
#173(3/1975; Jack Davis-c;
Chinatown by Roman Polanski, Starring: Jack Nicholson & Faye Dunaway - Movie Satire; Kojak - Telly Savalas TV Parody);
#174(4/1975;
Charles Bronson in Death Wish-c/s - Movie Satire; The Tamarind Seed by Blake Edwards, from Evelyn Anthony novel, Starring: Julie Andrews, Omar Sharif and Anthony Quayle - Movie satire);
#175(6/1975; Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Bing Crosby in That's Entertainment - Movie Satire; Buddy Ebsen, Lee Meriwether in
Barnaby Jones - TV Parody; Statue of Liberty back-c);
#176(7/1975;
Airport '75-c/s, from the Arthur Hailey novel, Starring: Charlton Heston, Karen Black and George Kennedy; Burt Reynolds, Eddie Albert in The Longest Yard - Movie Satires)
#177(9/1975;
Towering Inferno starring Paul Newman, Steve McQueen and William Holden, O.J. Simpson, & Faye Dunaway - Movie Satire-c/s; Chico and the Man - Freddie Prinze, Jack Albertson, & Scatman Crothers TV Parody; Sports illustrated Spoof; 4pgs Super-Heroes by Aragones - Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman etc);
#178(10/1975;
Murder on the Orient Express-c/s, by Agatha Christie, starring: Albert Finney, Lauren Bacall and Ingrid Bergman - Movie Satire; Jack Davis-c; Godfather II - by Francis Ford Coppola / Mario Puzo, Starring: Al Pacino, Robert De Niro & Robert Duvall - Movie Satire; Archie Bunker - All in the Family & Spinoffs);
#179(12/1975;
Funny Lady, starring; Barbra Streisand, James Caan and Omar Sharif // Warren Beatty, Julie Christie and Goldie Hawn in Shampoo - Movie Satires);
#180(1/1976;
Jaws-c/s, by Steven Spielberg / Peter Benchley, Starring: Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw & Richard Dreyfuss- Movie satire; Earthquake - by Mario Puzo, Starring: Charlton Heston, Ava Gardner & George Kennedy Movie Satire; 4pgs TV Spoof strips by Jack Davis = Rhoda, Sanford & Son, Petrocelli, MacMillian & Wife, Jeffersons, Happy Days, Bob Newhart, All in the Family);

MAD magazine [ B&W Comics Spoof/Parody/Satire/Humor Magazine; Regular Main ongoing series]

#181 (03/1976; Bi-Cenntennial issue; George Washington-c; Includes; Dave Berg, Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; James Caan in Rollerball = Movie Satire)
#182 (04/1976; Infinity-c; Auntie Sam wants you back-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Sergio Aragones, Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis, Movie Musicals = Spoofs of; Godfather, Jaws & Towering Inferno; Good Times = TV Parody)
#183 (06/1976; Includes; Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Sergio Aragones, Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; Dog Day Afternoon = Al Pacino Movie Satire; Robert Blake as Baretta = TV Parody)
#184 (07/1976; Arbor Day issue; Includes; Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres; Valerie Harper as Rhoda = TV Parody; Disaster magazine; Jack Nicholson, Louise Fletcher and Danny DeVito in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest = Movie Satire)
#185 (09/1976; Alfred E Newman for President-c; Includes; Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Sergio Aragones, Don Martin, Angelo Torres; Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon = Movie Satire starring Ryan O'Neal & Patrick Magee; Starsky and Hutch = David Soul, Paul Michael Glaser TV Parody)
#186 (10/1976; STAR TREK Capt Kirk & Spock-c/s = Original Crew 7 page TV Parody; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; Cloris Leachman as Phyllis = TV Parody);
#187 (12/1976; Henry Winkler as FONZ-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; Happy Days = Ron Howard & Henry Winkler TV Parody; All the President's Men = Dustin Hoffman & Robert Redford Movie Satire);
#188 (01/1977; Bionic Woman & Six Million Dollar Man-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Don Edwing; Lindsay Wagner as the Bionic Woman = TV Parody; The Bad News Bears = Walter Matthau & Tatum O'Neal Movie Satire; Missouri Breaks = Marlon Brando, Jack Nicholson & Randy Quaid Movie satire)
#189 (03/1977; John Travolta & Welcome Back Kotter-c/s = TV Parody; // Flip Cover/ with New Yorker magazine spoof on back-c; Includes; Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Sergio Aragones, Jack Davis; The Omen = Gregory Peck & Lee Remick Horror Movie Satire)
#190 (04/1977; Includes; Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; JOHN WAYNE, Lauren Bacall & Ron Howard in The Shootist = Movie Satire; One Day at a Time = Bonnie Franklin & Valerie Bertinelli TV Parody)
#191 (06/1977; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; Brian De Palma's Obsession = Movie Satire starring; Cliff Robertson, Geneviève Bujold and John Lithgow; The Jeffersons = Sherman Hemsley TV Parody; Marathon Man = Dustin Hoffman, Laurence Olivier & Roy Scheider Movie Satire)
#192 (07/1977; KING KONG-c/s = Jeff Bridges, Charles Grodin & Jessica Lange Movie Satire; King Kong by Aragones; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; Sidney Lumet's "Network" = Faye Dunaway, William Holden & Peter Finch Movie Satire);
#193 (09/1977; Farrah Fawcett & Charlie's Angels-c/s = TV Parody; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones; A Star is Born = Barbra Streisand, Kris Kristofferson & Gary Busey Movie Satire)
#194 (10/1977; Sylvester Stallone as Rocky-c/s = Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire, Carl Weathers & Burgess Meredith Movie Satire; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; Laverne and Shirley = Penny Marshall & Cindy Williams TV Parody)
#195 (12/1977; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; Black Sunday by Thomas Harris = Robert Shaw & Bruce Dern Movie Satire; Airport '77 = Jack Lemmon, Lee Grant & Joseph Cotten Movie Satire; Barney Miller = Hal Linden TV Parody)
#196 (01/1978; Darth Vader & STAR WARS Cast-c/s = Movie Satire; Includes; Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; Three's Company =John Ritter, Joyce DeWitt & Suzanne Somers TV Parody);
#197 (03/1978; Jimmy Carter, White House Follies-c/s; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis; Little House on the Prairie = Melissa Gilbert & Michael Landon TV Parody; Star Wars = Movie Satire by Aragones; In Search of... = Leonard Nimoy TV Parody)
#198(04/1978; Bar Code-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; Peter Benchley's The Deep = Jacqueline Bisset & Nick Nolte Movie Satire; Linda Lavin as Alice = TV Parody)
#199 (06/1978; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; The Spy Who Loved Me = James Bond Movie Satire starring; Roger Moore & Barbara Bach; What's Happening = Haywood Nelson, Ernest Thomas & Danielle Spencer TV Parody)
#200 (07/1978; Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind-c/s = Richard Dreyfuss Movie Satire; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; Comic Strips follow Doonesbury Trend = Nancy, Rex Morgan, Dick Tracy, Blondie, Beetl Bailey, Lil Abner & Donald Duck; Donny and Marie = TV Parody)
#201 (09/1978; John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever-c/s = Movie Satire; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis; Eight is Enough = Dick Van Patten, Lani O'Grady & Susan Richardson TV Parody)
#202 (10/1978; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Michael Crichton & Robin Cook's "Coma" = Michael Douglas Movie Satire; Love Boat = Gavin MacLeod TV Parody; Bubble Gum Cards)
#203 (12/1978; the STAR WARS Musical-c/s = 7 page Movie Satire; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Fantasy Island = Ricardo Montalban & Hervé Villechaize TV Parody; Sesame Street = TV Parody)
#204 (01/1979; Peter Benchley's JAWS II-c/s = Roy Scheider Movie Satire; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis; The Incredible Hulk = Bill Bixby, & Lou Ferrigno 7 page TV Parody, with cameoes by Wonder Woman, Spider-Man & Superman; Clones of Future = Nixon, John Denver, Kissinger, Jabbar, Idi Amin, Travolta, Carson, Woody Allen, Ford, Custer, Hitler, Einstein)
#205 (03/1979; John Travolta in GREASE-c/s = Movie Satire with Olivia Newton-John; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Lou Grant = Edward Asner TV Parody)
#206 (04/1979; Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis; John Carpenter's The Eyes of Laura Mars = Faye Dunaway & Tommy Lee Jones Movie Satire; Heaven Can Wait = Warren Beatty, James Mason & Julie Christie Movie Satire; TV Spin-Offs; Tarzan = 3 pages by Jack Davis)
#207 (06/1979; Jim Bulushi in National Lampoon's ANIMAL HOUSE-c/s = Movie Satire; Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres, Don Martin; Jack Webb's Project U.F.O. = Caskey Swaim TV Parody)
#208 (07/1979; Christopher Reeve in SUPERMAN-c/s = Movie Satire; Superman back-c & comics by Don Martin; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres; Battlestar Galactica = Lorne Greene, Richard Hatch & Dirk Benedict TV Parody)
#209 (09/1979; Jimmy & Billy Carter back-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin; Invasion of the Body Snatchers = Donald Sutherland, Brooke Adams & Jeff Goldblum Movie Satire; Mork & Mindy = Robin Williams & Pam Dawber TV Parody)
#210 (10/1979; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis; Robert Urich in Vega$ = TV Parody; Lord of the Rings the Musical = 7 page Book Spoof; 60 Minutes = TV Parody)
#211 (12/1979; Tarzan back-c by Don Martin; Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis; China Syndrome = Jane Fonda, Jack Lemmon & Michael Douglas Movie Satire; CHIPs = Erik Estrada, Larry Wilcox & Robert Pine TV Parody)
#212 (01/1980; Jack Davis-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres, Dave Berg; Taxi = Judd Hirsch, Marilu Henner, Tony Danza & Danny DeVito TV Parody; Alien = Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt & John Hurt Movie Satire; Spider-Man = 3 pages by Don Martin)
#213 (03/1980; Jack Davis-c; Includes; Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Moonraker = Roger Moore as James Bond Movie Satire; Rocky II = Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire, Carl Weathers & Burgess Meredith Movie Satire; Dracula = 3 pages by Don Martin)
#214 (04/1980; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Amityville Horror = James Brolin, Margot Kidder & Rod Steiger Movie Satire; The Concorde: Airport '79 = Susan Blakely, George Kennedy, Eddie Albert & Robert Wagner Movie Satire; People Magazine Weekly spoof; John Travolta & Dracula Necromania-s; Comic Strip character cursing symbols; The White Shadow = Ken Howard, Kevin Hooks and Byron Stewart TV Basketball Parody)
#215 (06/1980; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis; Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now = Martin Sheen, Marlon Brando & Robert Duvall Movie Satire; Diff'rent Strokes = Gary Coleman TV Parody; 60 Minutes = TV Parody; TV Guide Fall Preview)
#216 (07/1980; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis; Star Trek: The Motion Picture = Movie Satire; The Lone Ranger = 4 pages by Don Martin; Robert Guillaume as Benson = TV Parody)
#217 (09/1980; Alfred E Newman for President-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones, Angelo Torres; Kramer vs. Kramer = Dustin Hoffman & Meryl Streep Movie Satire; James Garner in the Rockford Files = TV Parody)
#218 (10/1980; Alfred E Newman for President-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones, Angelo Torres; Mad magazine presents Up the Academy = Movie Satire; Jerzy Kosinski's Being There = Peter Sellers & Shirley MacLaine Movie Satire; WKRP in Cincinnati = Loni Anderson & Howard Hesseman TV Parody)
#219 (12/1980; Fireman & Firewoman-c by Don Martin; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Little Darlings = Tatum O'Neal, Kristy McNichol & Armand Assante Movie Satire; Coal Miner's Daughter = Sissy Spacek & Tommy Lee Jones Movie Satire; The Dukes of Hazzard = Tom Wopat, John Schneider & Catherine Bach TV Parody)
#220 (01/1981; YODA of STAR WARS-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin; STAR WARS: The Empire Strikes Back = 8 page Movie Satire; Quincy M.E. = Jack Klugman, John S. Ragin & Robert Ito TV Parody)
#221 (03/1981; Includes; Angelo Torres, Don Martin; Jack Nicholson in Stanley Kubrick's the Shining = Stephen King Movie Satire; The HULK = 4 pages by Don Martin; Pernell Roberts as Trapper John MD = TV Parody; White House = 3 pages with Ronald Reagan);
#222 (04/1981; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Brian De Palma's Dressed to Kill = Michael Caine, Angie Dickinson & Nancy Allen Movie Satire; That's Incredible = Cathy Lee Crosby, John Davidson & Fran Tarkenton TV Parody)
#223 (06/1981; Larry Hagman as J.,R. EWING of DALLAS-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Robert Redford's Ordinary People = Donald Sutherland, Mary Tyler Moore & Judd Hirsch Movie Satire; Dallas = Larry Hagman, Linda Gray, Victoria Principal & Patrick Duffy 7 page TV Parody; Old & New Graay-Line = West Point spoof; "King-Size Comment" Letter from Stephen King with Photo)
#224 (07/1981; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Martin Scorsese & Jake LaMotta's "Raging Bull" = Robert De Niro, Cathy Moriarty & Joe Pesci Movie Satire; Sidney Sheldon's Hart to Hart = Robert Wagner & Stefanie Powers TV Parody; Popeye = 4 pages by Don Martin)
#225 (09/1981; Robin Willioms as POPEYE with Olive Oyl-c/s = Movie Satire; // Flip Cover// with Ken Russell's Altered States = William Hurt Movie Satire-s; KISS cameo; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres)
#226 (10/1981; Christopher Reeve in SUPERMAN II-c/s = Movie Satire; Clark Kent back-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis; Too Close for Comfort = Ted Knight, Nancy Dussault & Jim J. Bullock TV Parody)
#227 (12/1981; Horror Movie-c; Includes; Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Arbor Day = 7 page Horror-s with Jack Davis-a; John Boorman's Excalibur = Fantasy Movie Satire; Cancelled TV shows = White Shadow, Tim Conway, Soap, Waltons, Flo, Lobo, Nero Wolfe; Tom Selleck as Magnum P.I. = TV Parody)
#228 (01/1982; Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones from Raiders of the Lost Ark-c/s = 7 page Movie Satire, with Jack Davis-a; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones; Carroll O'Connor in Archie Bunker's Place = TV Parody; Sean Connery in Outland = Movie Satire; Tarzan's Jane = 3 pages by Don Martin)
#229 (03/1982; Don Martin-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis; Whatever became of = Charles Bronson, Hefner, Redgrave, George Lucas, Nader, Fidel Castro; Richard Dawson in Family Feud = TV Parody; For Your Eyes Only = Roger Moore as James Bond Movie Satire)
#230 (04/1982; Invaders Video Game-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Video Games; Star Wars Logs = 5 page Movie Satire; General Hospital = TV Soap Opera Parody)
#231 (06/1982; Oscar / Academy Awards-c/s with many stars; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; TV Guide; Steven Bochco's Hill Street Blues = Daniel J. Travanti, Taurean Blacque & Bruce Weitz TV Parody; Ronald Reagan's Gettyburg Address; TV Guide spoof; Nasty Book with cameoes by = Willie Nelson, M*A*S*H, Erik Estrada, Haig, George Bush, Orson Welles)
#232 (07/1982; Greatest American Hero-c/s = William Katt, Connie Sellecca & Robert Culp TV Parody; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis; Hate Book; Occult Promoter = 4 pages Jack Davis-a; Public television-s = Orson Welles app, Bir Bird cameo)
#233 (09/1982; Pac Man-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Ronald Reagan at the White House; Glen A. Larson's The Fall Guy = Lee Majors, Douglas Barr & Heather Thomas 6 page TV Parody; 60 Minutes & Nuclear Power = TV Parody)
#234 (10/1982; M*A*S*H = Alan Alda, Wayne Rogers & Loretta Swit TV parody-c/s; Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis; 20/20 with Barbara Walters = TV Parody with Charles Bronson of Death Wish II, Jane Fonda of On Golden Pond & Christopher Reeve of Deathtrap)
#235 (12/1982; Sylvester Stallone vs MR. T. in ROCKY III-c/s = Movie Satire; // Flip Cover// with Conan the Barbarian-c/s = Movie Satire = Back-c art by BORIS Vallejo & 5 pages comics by Don Martin; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Some Kind of Hero = Richard Pryor, Margot Kidder Movie satire; The Facts of Life = Lisa Whelchel, Kim Fields & Mindy Cohn TV Parody)
#236 (01/1983; Steven Spielberg's E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial-c/s = Drew Barrymore 7 page Movie Satire-s by by Jack Davis & E.T. Back-c by Jack Davis; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan = Movie Satire with Ricardo Montalban; Annie = Aileen Quinn, Albert Finney & Carol Burnett Movie Satire; Comic Strip Characters)
#237 (03/1983; Includes; Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; Steven Spielberg & Tobe Hooper's "Poltergeist" = JoBeth Williams, Heather O'Rourke & Craig T. Nelson Movie Satire; Soap Operas)
#238 (04/1983; Evolution from Apeman to Alfred E Newman-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis; An Officer and a Gentleman = Richard Gere & Debra Winger Movie Satire; Private Benjamin = Goldie Hawn & Armand Assante Movie Satire; 3 pages of Ronald Reagan)
#239 (06/1983; Mickey Mouse-c; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres; Simon and Simon = Gerald McRaney, Jameson Parker & Mary Carver TV Parody; Sidney Lumet's the Verdict = Paul Newman & Jack Warden Movie Satire)
#240 (07/1983; Dustin Hoffman in Sydney Pollack's Tootsie-c/s = Movie Satire with Jessica Lange and Teri Garr; Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Angelo Torres; Gimme a Break = Nell Carter, Kari Michaelsen & Lara Jill Miller TV Parody; TV sitcoms; Frank Oz & Jim Henson's "the Dark Crystal" = 3 page Movie Satire by Don Martin);



MAD magazine [ B&W Comics Spoof/Parody/Satire/Humor Magazine; Regular Main ongoing series]

IN STOCK =

MAD {comics Magazine} (EC Comics Pub; B&W Comic Magazine; Regular Main ongoing series;
#241 (9/1983; ** Includes; Don Martin, Jack Davis, Tom Koch, Sergio Aragones; >> With; TV Satires = David Hasselhoff in Knight Rider, Sarah Jessica Parker in Square Pegs);
#242 (10/1983; STAR WARS Return of the Jedi Movie Parody-c/s; Mr. T / A-Team TV Satire-c/s; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis; >> With; Peanuts; Video Game arcade owners with Clint Eastwood);
#243 (12/1983; SUPERMAN III Movie parody-c/s; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis; >> With; Return of the Jedi Movie Parody by Don Martin; William Shatner, Heather Locklear in T.J. Hooker TV Satire);
#244 (1/1984; Matthew Broderick, Ally Sheedy in WAR Games Movie parody-c/s; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; >> With; Movie Parodies = Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton in Nine to Five; Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles and Meg Tilly in Robert Bloch's Psycho II; letter / 2 photos of Mark Hamill);
#245 (3/1984; Happy New Year issue; ** Includes; Don Martin, Jack Davis; >> With; John Travolta in Staying Alive Movie Parody; Bob Newhart TV Satire);
#246 (4/1984; CIRCUS-c by Jack Davis; ** Includes; Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres; >> With; Movie Parodies = Eddie Murphy, Dan Aykroyd in Trading Places, Tom Cruise, Rebecca De Mornay in Risky Business, Jennifer Beals in Flash Dance; Lee Horsley, Pamela Hensley in Matt Houston TV satire);
#247 (6/1984; 7 Dwarfs as Astonauts in Right Stuff-c; ** Includes; Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; >> With; Sam Shepard, Scott Glenn and Ed Harris in Tpm Wolfe's The Right Stuff Movie Parody; Alan Alda in After M*A*S*H TV Satire; Academy Awards);
#248 (7/1984; ** Includes; Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Jack Davis; >> With; Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer in Brian De Palma & Oliver Stone's Scarface Movie Parody; Barbra Streisand in Yentl Movie Parody; Stephanie Zimbalist, Pierce Brosnan in Remington Steele TV Satire; Political Ripley's Believe it or Not);
#249 (9/1984; GREMLINS Movie Parody-c/s; ** Includes; Don Martin, Angelo Torres; >> With; Ted Danson, Rhea Perlman & Shelley Long in Cheers TV Satire; Presidential candidates; 1/3 page Comic Strips = Beetle Bailey, Garfield, Blondie, Agatha Crumm, Hagar, Andy Capp);
#250 (10/1984; Harrison Ford in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Steven Spielberg's Movie Parody-c/s; ** Includes; Don Martin, Jack Davis, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Sergio Aragones; >> With; Kate Jackson, Bruce Boxleitner in Scarecrow and Mrs. King TV Satire; Tom Hanks, Daryl Hannah and Eugene Levy in Ron Howard's Splash movie parody; Christopher Lambert, Andie MacDowell in Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan Movie Parody);
#251 (12/1984; MICHAEL JACKSON and the JACKSONS-c; ** Includes; Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Jack Davis, Mort Drucker; >> With; Emmanuel Lewis as Webster TV Satire; Star Trek III Movie Parody);
#252 (1/1985; Statue of Liberty-c; ** Includes; Don Martin, Jack Davis, Mort Drucker; >> With; Brian Keith, Daniel Hugh Kelly in Hardcastle and McCormick TV Satire; Michael J. Fox, Michael Gross and Meredith Baxter in Family Ties TV Satire);
#253 (3/1985; ** Includes; Jack Davis; >> With; Movie Parodies = Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Sigourney Weaver in Ghostbusters; Helen Slater, Faye Dunaway and Peter O'Toole in Supergirl; Prince in Purple Rain; Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita and Elisabeth Shue in Karate Kid);
#254 (4/1985; ROCK MUSIC issue; ** >> With; Perry King, Joe Penny and Thom Bray in Riptide TV satire; Boy George, Michael Jackson, Cindi Lauper, Police's Sting, Paul McCartney of Beatles, Dirk McDirt; Rock Music Videos);
#255 (6/1985; RONALD REAGAN-c; ** Includes; Don Martin, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; >> With; Steve Martin, Lily Tomlin in Carl Reiner's All of Me Movie Parody; The Bill Cosby Show TV Satire; Stacy Keach as Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer TV Satire);
#256 (7/1985; ** Includes; Don Martin, Jack Davis, Mort Drucker; >> With; John Forsythe, Linda Evans and Joan Collins in Dynasty TV Satire; Eddie Murphy, Judge Reinhold in Beverly Hills Cop Movie Parody; Wrestling primer; Trivial Pursuit);
#257 (9/1985; ** Includes; Don Martin, Jack Davis, Mort Drucker; >> With; Woodstock by Aragones; Harrison Ford in Witness movie parody; Susan Saint James, Jane Curtin as Kate and Allie TV Satire; Disney Worlds by Aragones; The Phil Donahue Show TV Satire);
#258 (10/1985; ** Academy Awards for Teen Films; Goons with Mt T, Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant etc; Celebrity supermarkets; Geraldo Rivera TV satire; Steven Spielberg's Goonies movie parody);
#259 (12/1985; RONALD REAGAN meets RAMBO-c; ** Includes; Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres; >> With; Sylvester Stallone, in Rambo: First Blood Part II Movie Parody; Bob Denver in Gilligan's Island TV Satire; Harry Anderson, John Larroquette and Richard Moll in Night Court TV Satire; Halley's Comet; Lady Bodybuilders; Cabbage Patch Kids Dolls);
#260 (1/1986; Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd in Back to the Future-c/s; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Harvey Kurtzman, Will Elder; >> With; Ron Howard's Cocoon; Miranda Law; TV Satire = 60 Minutes looks at Sex & Violence in America; Jackie Gleason in The Honeymooners TV satire);
#261 (3/1986; Don Johnson, Philip Michael Thomas in Miami Vice TV Satire-c/s; ** Includes; Harvey Kurtzman, Will Elder, Jack Davis; >> With; Harrison Ford in Indiana Jones Movie Parody; Angela Lansbury in Murder She Wrote TV Satire; Cable TV networks);
#262 (4/1986; Sylvester Stallone in Rocky IV-c/s vs Dolph Lundgren; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Sergio Aragones, Angelo Torres, Don Martin; >> With; Pro Wrestling by Aragones; King Kong; Michael Landon, Victor French in Highway to Heaven TV Satire; Jerry Mathers, Hugh Beaumont in Leave it to Beaver TV Satire; Dr. Seuss);
#263 (6/1986; Ronald Reagan comics strip on BACK-c; ** Includes; Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; >> With; Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner and Danny DeVito in Jewel of the Nile Movie Parody; Bea Arthur, Betty White and Rue McClanahan in The Golden Girls TV Satire; Rock Concerts; Academy Awards; Nicholas Rowe as in Barry Levinson's Young Sherlock Holmes movie parody);
#264 (7/1986; HULK HOGAN-c; ** Includes; Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Jack Davis; >> With; Cybill Shepherd, Bruce Willis in Moonlighting TV Satire; Sylvester Stallone as Rocky & Rambo Movie Parodies; Rambo & Hulk Hogan in Pro Wrestling; the Ronald Reagan White House; Cola Cola vs Pepsi);
#265 (9/1986; Garbage Pail Kids / Adults Wraparound-c; ** Includes; Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Jack Davis; >> With; Mia Farrow, Dianne Wiest and Michael Caine in Woody Allen's Hannah and Her Sisters Movie Parody; Ronald Reagan; Nick Nolte, Bette Midler and Richard Dreyfuss in Down and Out in Beverly Hills Movie Parody);
#266 (10/1986; Hot V issue - Wrapraound cover with over 25 Stars; ** Includes; Jack Davis, Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Will Elder, Harvey Kurtzman, Angelo Torres; >> With; TV theme songs; Tony Danza, Judith Light and Alyssa Milano in Who's the Boss TV Satire; The Bill Cosby Show TV Satire; Alan Thicke, Joanna Kerns and Kirk Cameron in Growing Pains TV Satire; PBS; Wheel of Fortune TV Satire; Emmy Awards);
#267 (12/1986; Top Gun Movie Parody-c/s with Tom Cruise, Kelly McGillis and Val Kilmer; ** Includes; Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Harvey Kurtzman, Will Elder, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; >> With; Mr. Rogers TV Satire; Three Mile Island; Tyne Daly, Sharon Gless as Cagney and Lacey TV Satire);
#268 (1/1987; Sigourney Weaver in ALIENS Movie Parody-c/s; ** Includes; Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Sergio Aragones; >> With; Movie Parodies = Matthew Broderick in John Hughes' Ferris Beuller's Day Off; Pat Morita, Ralph Macchio in Karate Kid Part II)
= SOLD OUT;
#269 (3/1987; Alfred E. Newman as TV's MAX HEADROOM-c; MADBALLS Back-c; ** Includes; Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Will Elder, Harvey Kurtzman; >> With; Stephen King & Rob Reiner's Stand by Me Movie Parody with River Phoenix and Corey Feldman; Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz in I Love Lucy TV Satire);
#270 (4/1987; Alfred E. Newman as BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN of E Street Band-c; ** Includes; Angelo Torres, Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Harvey Kurtzman, Will Elder, Jack Davis; >> With; Movie Parodies = Whoopi Goldberg in Jumping Jack Flash; Paul Newman, Tom Cruise in Martin Scorsese's The Color of Money; Kathleen Turner, Nicolas Cage in Francis Ford Coppola's Peggy Sue Got Married; Bronson Pinchot, Mark Linn-Baker in Perfect Strangers TV satire);
#271 (6/1987; Star Trek IV-c/s; Presidents Ford, Nixon & Carter back-c; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres, Sergio Aragones; >> With; Bruce Springsteen; Edward Woodward in The Equalizer TV Satire; TV sports; 3 pages Pro Wrestling Chess);
#272 (7/1987; ALF TV satire-c/s with Paul Fusco and Max Wright; WWF Wrestling spoof Flip Back-c; ** Includes; Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Harvey Kurtzman, Will Elder, Jack Davis; >> With; Rock Groups; Don Adams, Barbara Feldon in Get Smart TV satire; Video Store owners);
#273 (9/1987; Pee Wee Herman / Pee-Wee's Playhouse-c/s; Monopoly game cards back-c; ** Includes; Don Martin, Mort Drucker, Harvey Kurtzman, Jack Davis, Jack Davis; >> With; Paul Hogan as Crocodile Dundee Movie Parody; The Andy Griffith Show TV Satire with Ron Howard, Jim Nabors and Don Knotts; the Morgue by Don Martin; Sherman Hemsley, Clifton Davis and Anna Maria Horsford in Amen TV Satire);
#274 (10/1987; Steven Bochco's L.A. Law TV satire-c/s with Corbin Bernsen, Jill Eikenberry; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Harvey Kurtzman, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; >> With; Movie Parodies = Mel Gibson, Danny Glover and Gary Busey in Lethal Weapon; Nightmare on Elm Street by Aragones with Freddy Kruger);
#275 (12/1987; Eddie Murphy in Beverly Hills Cop II-c/s; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Sergio Aragones; >> With; William G. Schilling, Jeannetta Arnette and Dan Frischman in Head of the Class TV Satire; Jeopardy home version; Oliver North coloring book; Dr. Ruth; Talk Show hosts; Comic Book conventions by Aragones);
#276 (1/1988; Easter Bunny Christmas-c; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones, Angelo Torres; >> With; Movie Parodie; Jack Nicholson, Cher and Susan Sarandon in The Witches of Eastwick; Kevin Costner, Sean Connery and Robert De Niro inBrian De Palma's The Untouchables, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Carl Weathers in Predator; Superman by Edwing);
#277 (3/1988; Alfred E. Newman as MICHAEL JACKSON-c; Richard Nixon back-c; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones, Angelo Torres; >> With; Peter Weller, Nancy Allen in RoboCop Movie Parody; Super Bowl week; Michael Jackson BAD-c/s; Alice in Wonderland revisited
);
#278 (4/1988; RAP Music-c; Sports illustrated Swimsuit issue Flip Back-c spoof; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Sergio Aragones; >> With; Movie Parodies = Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey in Dirty Dancing; Richard Dreyfuss, Emilio Estevez and Madeleine Stowe in Stakeout; Celebrity reading lists; Ronald Reagan);
#279 (6/1988; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; >> With; Michael Douglas, Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction Movie Parody; Disney classics by Aragones; Delta Burke, Dixie Carter and Annie Potts in Designing Women TV Satire);
#280 (7/1988; Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson in Leonard Nimoy's Three Men and a Baby Movie parody-c/s; Alfred E Newman for President back-c; ** Includes; Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones; >> With; Comic Strips as the Farside; William Hurt, Albert Brooks and Holly Hunter in Broadcast News Movie Parody; Ron Perlman, Roy Dotrice, Linda Hamilton and Richard Partlow in Beauty and the Beast TV satire);
#281 (9/1988; California Raisins-c; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Harvey Kurtzman, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones; >> With; Ed Begley Jr., William Daniels and Howie Mandel in St. Elsewhere TV Satire; Spuds McKenzie; Lisa Bonet, Kadeem Hardison and Jasmine Guy in Bill Cosby's A Different World TV Satire; Rock and Roll Hall of Fame);
#282 (10/1988; Baseball Card-c; Celebrity Trading Cards back-c; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones; >> With; Star Trek The Next Generation TV Satire; ALF's Cat cookbook; Double Dare - TV Game show satire; MAD visits CIA with Geraldo Rivera);
#283 (12/1988; Paul; Hogan in Crocodile Dundee II & Slyvester Stallone in Rambo III Movie Parodies-c/s; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis; >> With; political Olympic events);
#284 (1/1989; Who Framed Roger Rabbit Movie Parody-c/s with Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd; Bush vs Dukakis back-c; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones; >> With; Tom Hanks, Elizabeth Perkins and Robert Loggia in Penny Marshall's BIG Movie Parody; Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall and James Earl Jones in John Landis' Coming to America Movie Parody);
#285 (3/1989; HULK HOGAN & Wrestlers-c; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Sergio Aragones; >> With; Ted Danson, Rhea Perlman & Kirstie Alley in Cheers TV Satire; Tom Cruise in Cocktail Movie Parody; Elvis Presley spoof; Toys R Us; Wrestlers in Old Movies; Who Framed Roger Rabbit);
#286 (4/1989; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones; >> With; Timothy Busfield, Polly Draper and Mel Harris in ThirtySomething TV Satire; Johnny Depp, Dustin Nguyen and Peter DeLuise in 21 Jumpstreet TV Satire; Rock Tour sponsors; BEATLES songs; Morton Downey Jr TV Satire);
#287 (6/1989; Roseanne TV satire-c/s with John Goodman & Roseanne Barr/Arnold; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones, Angelo Torres, Will Eisner; >> With; Female Body Builders; Don Ameche, Wilford Brimley and Courteney Cox in Cocoon: The Return Movie Parody);
#288 (7/1989; Special HEAVY METAL issue-c/s; METAL Sludge magazine parody Flip back-c; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Sergio Argones, Angelo Torres; >> With; Movie Parodies = Melanie Griffith, Harrison Ford and Sigourney Weaver in Working Girl; Arnold Schwarzenegger, Danny DeVito and Kelly Preston in Twins; Super-Heroes based on real people; Heavy Metal Music; Judd Hirsch, Jere Burns and Jane Carr in Dear John TV satire);
#289 (9/1989; Tim Burton's BATMAN Movie Parody-c/s, with Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson and Kim Basinger; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Jack Davis; >> With; Candice Bergen as Murphy Brown TV Satire; Rap music);
#290 (10/1989; Ghostbusters II Movie Parody-c/s with Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Sigourney Weaver; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Sergio Aragones; >> With; , Mad's modern Rube Goldberg inventions; Scruples Game; ABC Mystery Movie - Columbo, McCloud);
#291 (12/1989; TMNT - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Front & Back covers; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones; >> With; Fred Savage, Dan Lauria and Daniel Stern in The Wonder Years TV Satire; Hulk Hogan in No Holds Barred; Harrison Ford, Sean Connery in Steven Spielberg's Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Movie Parody; Oprah Winfrey);
#292 (1/1990; MARIO BROS-c; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis; >> With; Rick Moranis in Walt Disney's Honey I Shrunk the Kids Movie Parody; Nintendo Video Games; Sixty Minutes TV Satire looks at Smoking; Ed O'Neill, Christina Applegate and Katey Sagal in Married with Children TV Satire; Surplus Toons);
#293 (3/1990; Mad Dart Board Game back-c; ** Includes; Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones; >> With; Mel Gibson, Danny Glover and Joe Pesci in Lethal Weapon 2 Movie Parody; Slasher Movies; Past their Prime - Rolling Stones, Beach Boys, Monkees & the Who);
#294 (4/1990; Empty Nest TV satire-c/s with Richard Mulligan, Dinah Manoff and David Leisure; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; >> With; Neil Patrick Harris as Doogie Howser MD TV Satire; Candice Bergen cameo);
#295 (6/1990; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones; >> With; Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson in Back to the Future II movie parody; John Travolta, Kirstie Alley and Olympia Dukakis in Look Who's Talking Movie parody; Sports Disasters of the 1980s; Future TV Sitcoms; Movies made into Comic Strips);
#296 (7/1990; BASEBALL-c by Jack Davis; Celebrity Trading Cards back-c; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Sergio Aragones, John Pound; >> With; Craig T. Nelson, Jerry Van Dyke and Shelley Fabares in Coach TV satire; Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner and Danny DeVito in The War of the Roses Movie Parody; Baseball Cards; New Kids on the Block; Baseball Cards);
#297 (9/1990; Mike Tyson Boxing-c; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones, Angelo Torres; >> With; Ashley & Mary-Kate Olsen the Olsen Twins, Bob Saget, John Stamos and Dave Coulier in Full House TV Satire; Sean Connery, Alec Baldwin and Scott Glenn in Tom Clancy's The Hunt for Red October Movie Parody);
#298 (10/1990; Gremlins II: The New Batch-c/s with Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates and John Glover; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis, Angelo Torres; >> With; Peter Weller as RoboCop 2 Movie Parody; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie Parody; Adam West, Burt Ward in 1960's Batman TV satire);
#299 (12/1990; Bart Simpson-c; The Simpsons-s; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Sergio Aragones, Angelo Torres; >> With; Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sharon Stone and Michael Ironside in Philip K. Dick's Total Recall Movie Parody);
#300 (1/1991; ANNIVERSARY issue; ** Includes; Mort Drucker, Jack Davis; >> With Movie Parodies; Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh in Gone With the Wind; Warren Beatty, Madonna and Al Pacino in Dick Tracy; Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca; Judy Garland in Wizard of Oz with Donald Trump; Dinosaurs by Aragones; Shakespeare by Woodbridge);

#301-322,324-362, 364-375,377-378,380,382-388,391-393, 396,398-409, 413-415,417, 419(Star Wars-c), 421-425,428-433,435,437-439 = ASK


DON MARTIN Magazine (Welsh Publishing Group/ Dow Sowers & Co)

#1(1994; 36 pages; Dr Dork; McWebbs; Nutheads; Color Insert Poster is intact; VF+ = $10.00)




(B) MAD SPECIALS & GIANT Magazines;


MAD ABOUT THE MOVIES (Trade-Paperback; Mad Books Pub., 1998) #NN;

MAD about the EIGHTIES (1999; Trade Paperback);

MAD about the OSCARS – 38 Best Picture Winners (and Losers) intro by Bruce Vilanch (Trade Paperback);

MAD about the SIXTIES – the Best of the Decade (Trade Paperback);

MAD about the SEVENTIES (1996; Trade Paperback);

MAD BATMAN SPECTACULAR (July 1997) #NN;

MAD'S BIG BOOK OF SPY VS SPY CAPERS AND OTHER SUPRISES (Trade-Paperback; 6/82) #NN;

MAD CLASSICS - #19(November/2007) 21,25;

MAD COLOR CLASSICS - #1(April 2000),7;

THE COMPLETELY MAD DON MARTIN (Trade-Paperback; Warner Paperback Library Pub., 1974)(Various Printings) #NN;

MAD COVER TO COVER (Trade paperback; 2000) - #NN;

DAVE BERG'S MAD TRASH (Trade-Paperback; 1981) #NN;

MAD DISCO (1980) #NN;

MAD 84 (1984) #NN;

MAD FOLD THIS BOOK (1997; Trade-Paperback;);

MAD FOLLIES (1963) #1-7;

MAD KIDS - #8 (August/2007);

HERE'S MAD IN YOUR EYE (Trade-Paperback, 1984) #NN;

MORE TRASH FROM MAD (1958) #1-12;

SERGIO ARAGONE'S ON PARADE (Trade-Paperback; 1979) #NN;

MAD STAR TREK SPECTACULAR (Holiday, 1994) #NN;

MAD STAR WARS SPECTACULAR (1996) #NN;


MAD SUPER SPECIAL ( Most DO HAVE the Bonus inserts still intact);

#1(Fall/70), 2(Spring/71), 3(71/72), 4(71/72), 5(71/72), 6(71/72), 7(72), 8(72),9(72),10(73), 11(73),12(73),13(74),14(74), 15(74),16(75),17(75), 18(75),19(76),20(76),21(76), 22(77),23(77),24(77),25(78), 26(78),27(78),28(Fall/79), 29(Spring/80), 30(Spring/80),31(Summer/80), 32(Fall/80),33(Winter/80), 34(Spring/81),35(Summer/81), 36(Fall/81),37(Winter/81), 38(Spring/82), 39(summer/82), 40(Fall/82), 41(Winter/82), 42(Spring/83), 43(Summer/83),44(Fall/83), 45(Winter/83), 47(Summer/84), 48(Fall/1984), 49(Winter/84), 50(Spring/85),51(Summer/85), 52(Fall/85),53(Winter/85), 54(Spring/86),55(Summer/86), 56(Fall/86),57(Winter/86), 58(Spring/87),59(Summer/87), 60(Fall/87),61(Winter/87),62(Spring/88), 63(Summer/88),64(Fall/88),65(Winter/88), 66(Spring/89),67(Summer/89), 68(Fall/89),69(Winter/89), 70(Spring/90),71(Summer/90), 72(Fall/90),73(Winter/90), 74(Spring/91),75(Summer/91), 76(Fall/91),77(Winter/91),78(1/92), 79(2/92),80(3/92),81(5/92), 82(7/92),83(9/92),84(11/92), 85(1/93),86(3/93),87 (May/ 1993), 88(7/93), 89(9/93),90(11/93), 91(1/94),92(3/94), 93(5/94),94(7/94),95(9/94), 96(Early Spring/94),97(late Spring/94), 98(Mid-Summer/94),99(Early Fall/94), 100(Late Fall/94),101(1/95), 102(3/95),103(5/95),104(6/95), 105(7/95),106(8/95),107(10/95), 108(11/95),109(12/95),110(1/96), 111(3/96),112(4/96),113(6/96), 114(7/96),115(9/96),117 (12/96), 118(2/97), 120(4/97),122(8/97), 124(10/97), 125(12/97),126(1/98), 127(3/98), 128(June/ 1998), 131(10/98), 132(11/98), 133(12/98), 134(1/99), 137(5/99), 138(7/99), 139(8/99),141(11/99);



MAD TV (1995) #NN;

MAD'S VASTLY OVERRATED AL JAFFEE (Trade-Paperback; circa 1976) #NN;

MADvertising – a MAD look at 50 Years of MADison Avenue by David Shane (Trade Paperback);


MORE MAD SNAPPY ANSWERS TO STUPID QUESTIONS by Al Jaffee
ISBN #0-446-39231-6 (RARE in this Trade Paperback Oversized 8-1/2" x 11" Size/Format; 164 pages including covers; July/1990; Another Overblown Collection; 24 New Never Before Published Pages; Near FN = $29.00; VG/FN = $24.00);


WORST FROM MAD (1958-1969; E.C. Comics Pub; Squarebound B&W Parody Magazine);

#NN (#1; 1958; the FIRST Mad Annual; BONUS Missing; VG=$49);

#2 (1959; Sin-Doll Ella-a; Wally WOOD-a; Don Martin-a; BONUS 33-1/3 RPM "Meet the Staff from Mad" RECORD is detached, but still present; Record is almost always missing & is SCARCE; Record=VG; Comic Mag = VF-, 7.5; Price = $249);

#2 (1959; Sin-Doll Ella-a; Wally WOOD-a; Don Martin-a; BONUS Missing; FN=$59; VG/FN=$49);

#3(1960), 4(1961), 5(1962), 6(1963), 7(1964), 8(1965), 9(1966), 10(1967), 11(1968), 12(1969; LAST issue);

MAD XL #1(January 2000), 2-4,12, 15,16,29;

MAD ZAPS THE HUMAN RACE (Trade-Paperback; 1984) #NN;




(C) MAD = FOREIGN Edition Magazines;

MAD magazine (UK Series; UK/British series; Thorpe & Porter/Suron Ent/Fleetway; 1959-1994 Series)

#1-36 = 40 Pages including Covers (Weight = 100 Grams each);

#46 up = 36 Pages including Covers (Weight = 75 Grams each);

#4(Circa 1/1960; Cover from USA #53; FA/G $10);

#13(Cover from USA #62; 77 TV's Sunset Strip Parody; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; FA/G $8);

#16(Cover from USA #65; FA/G $8); **** #22(Cover from USA #71; FA/G $7);

#24(Cover from USA #72; TV's Bonanza Parody; 3rd Anniversary issue; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; VG $15);

#27(Cover from USA #77; TV's Defenders Parody; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; VG $15);

#28(Cover from USA #78; Movie Parodies = West Side Story & Marty; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; FA/G $7);

#29(Cover from USA #80; Movie Parody = Brando in Mutiny on the Bounty; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; VG $15);

#30(Circa 1962; Cover from USA #75; VG $15);

#31(Cover from USA #82; Movie Parody = Hitchcock's BIRDS; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; G $8);

#32(Cover from USA #83; ; Movie Parody = Paul Newman as HUD; FLIP-Covers with "Newsweak" Photo back-c; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; G/VG $10);

#34(Cover from USA #86; Movie Parody = Lawrence of Arabia; TV Parody = Hazel; VG minus $12);

#35(Cover from USA #87; Movie Parody = Charade with Cary Grant & Audrey Hepburn; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; Store Rubber Stamp on Cover; FA/G $6);

#36(Cover from USA #88; TV Parody = the Nurses; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; Store Rubber Stamp on Cover; VG minus $12);

#46(Circa 1963; Cover from USA #97; Movie Parody = Cheyenne Autumn; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; Store Rubber Stamp on Cover; G/VG $10);

#48(Cover from USA #92; Movie Parody = Crazy Fists; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; Store Rubber Stamp on Cover; G/VG $10);

#60(Original UK Text cover = states "Start the New Year Rihgt!"; TV Parody = Honey West; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; G/VG $12);

#61(Cover from USA #106; Movie Parody = the Bunch; 2 page BATMAN parody by Aragones; FRAZETTA BACK cover; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; VG/FN $15);

#62(Cover from USA #107; Miss Cosmos Contest; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; G/VG $10);

#63(Original UK painted Cover Art by P.J. Tunstall; Movie Parody = Sound of Music; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; VG/FN $18);

#66(Circa 1965; Cover from USA #110; Movie Parody = Fantastic Voyage; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; G/VG $10);

#67(Original UK painted Cover Art of MAO SE TUNG by Lon Craig; Movie Parody = Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf? Ringo Starr cameo; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; VG/FN $20);

#68(Cover from USA #111; Movie Parody = Porgy & Bess; TV Parody = I Spy; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; G/VG $10);

#69(Cover from USA #112; TV Parody = Tarzan; Rubber Stamped Price on Cover; G/VG $10);

#74(Cover from USA #116; Movie Parody = Grand Prix; Color touches to spine, G/VG $10);

#82(Circa 1966; Original UK painted Cover Art by BOWEN, with Line-Drawn Don Martin Character inserted; TV Parody = Flying Nun; VG $16);

#85(Cover from USA #124; Movie Parody = Rosemary's baby; FN $14);

#86(Cover from USA #122; Movie Parody = Camelot; FN+ $16);

#87(Cover from USA #125; Movie Parody = 2001: A Space Odyssey; FN $14);

#88(Original UK painted Cover Art by BOWEN; overall FN+, but 1/4" x 3" sliver chipped off right edge of cover, thus VG $16);

#89(Circa 1967; Cover from USA #126; Family Affair = TV parody; Success Story = Movie parody; Newman as Uncle Sam-c; VG/FN $12);

#90(Original UK painted Cover Art of Alfred E Neman in Black Sweater with Gun in Shoulder Holster; Charlie Brown & Red Baron parody; Bullit parody; VG/FN $18);

#92(Original UK painted Cover Art by BOWEN; STAR TREK = TV parody; VG/FN $18);

#93(Circa 1967; Cover from USA #129; the Brotherhood = Movie parody; VG/FN $14);

#164,244,273,338(Circa 1991);

MAD magazine (Portugese Language Series)

#19(1/1976; POTA - Planet of the Apes Cover & Movie Parody from USA #157; 52 Pages including Covers; Weight= 90 Grams; VG $12)


MAD (Mexican Series) #40(circa 1998);


(D) MAD Mass Market PAPERBACKS ;

>>>>[ NOTE; Titles in Alphabetic Order below, NOTE that we have

IGNORED these words; "A" -- "AN" -- "THE" -- "MAD" in the listing];

*** (Titles with ONE Single Printing & especially Mid 1980's & Newer, tend to be Scarcer & thus cost more;

Most sell for $3-$8 for average copies; Scarcer titles sell for $9-$20 each);


(1) MAD PAPERBACKS (Regular Titles: A-Z);

(2) Sergio Aragones MAD paperbacks;

(3) Dave Berg MAD paperbacks;

(4) Al Jaffee MAD paperbacks;

(5) Don Martin MAD paperbacks;


(1) MAD PAPERBACKS (Regular Titles: A-Z);

The Abominable Snow Mad.

Mad About the Buoy.

Mad About Sports.

Mad About Town.

The Aimless Mad.

Mad Book of Almost Superheroes.

Mad Around the World.

Mad at You.

Mad Barfs.

The Bedside Mad.

Mad's Believe it or Nuts!

Big Hairy mad.

Big Mad on Campus.

(The Mad) Book of Horror Stories, Yecchy Creatures, and Other Neat Stuff;(SOLD OUT);

Don Edwing's Mad Bizarre Bazaar;

Don Edwing's Mad Bizarre BIZ;.

Boiling Mad.

Fantasy, Fables and Other Foolishness;(SOLD OUT);

Mad Book of Fears and Phobias.

The Mad Book of Mysteries.

Mad Book of Revenge.

Mad Book of Sex, Violence and Home Cooking.

Mad Book of Word Power.

Brothers Mad.

Burning Mad.

A Mad Carnival.

Mad Cheap Shots.

Mad Clobbers the Classics.

Mad Clowns Around.

The Mad Cooler.

Mad's Cradle to Grave Primer.

The Cuckoo Mad.

The Dirty Old Man.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mad.

Duck Edwing's Mad ventures of Almost Superheroes.

The Eggs-Rated mad.

The Endangered Mad.

Eternally Mad.

Explosive Mad.

Mad's Fast Look at Fast Living

Fighting Mad.

Mad for Better of Verse.

Mad for Kicks.

Mad Frontier.

Get Stuffed with Mad.

Mad Goes to Pieces.

Mad Goes Wild.

Good 'N' Mad.

The Greasy Mad.

Mad Guide to Careers.

A mad Guide to Fraud and Deception.

A mad Guide to Leisure Time.

A Mad Guide to Parents, Teachers, and Other Enemies;

History Gone Mad.

Hooked on Mad.

Hopping Mad.

Mad Horses Around.

Howling Mad.

The Mad How Not to do it Book.

Mad's How to be a Successful Dog

The Ideas of Mad.

Indigestible Mad.

Mad in Orbit.

Inside Mad.

Invisible Mad

It's a World, World, World, World, Mad.

Mad Jackpot.

Mad Jockbook.

Mad Jumble Book.

Like Mad.

Mad Lobsters and Other Abominable Housebroken Creatures.

A Mad Look at the 50's.

A Mad Look at the 60's.

A Mad Look at the Future.

A Mad Look at Old Movies.

A Mad Look at TV.

Madvertising.

The Mad Make Out Book.

The Medicine Mad.

Mad Morality.

More Mad About Sports.

Mad Murders the Movies.

Non-Violent Mad.

Organization Mad.

Mad Overboard.

Mad Pet Book.

Plaid Mad.

Pocket Mad.

Politically Mad.

Polyunsaturated Mad.

Portable Mad.

Mad Power.

Pumping Mad.

Qwerty Mad.

Questionable Mad.

Raving Mad.

Mad Reader.

Recycled Mad.

Return of a Mad Look at Old Movies.

Rip Off Mad.

Mad Sampler.

A Mad Scramble.

Mad Self-Improvement Yearbook.

Self-Made Mad.

Mad's Sheer Torture

Son of Mad.

Sound of Mad.

SPY vs SPY series;

Mad's All New Spy vs Spy (#1) Secret File On. by Antonio Prohias (VF=$13; FN=$9; VG/FN$7; VG=$5; G=$3; FA=$2);

Mad's Spy vs Spy (#2) Follow-Up File. by Antonio Prohias (FN=$9; VG/FN$7; VG=$5; G=$3; FA=$2);

Third Mad Dossier of Spy vs Spy (#3). by Antonio Prohias (VG=$6; G=$4; FA=$2.50);

Fourth Mad Declassified Papers on Spy vs Spy (#4). by Antonio Prohias (VG/FN$8; G/VG=$5);

Fifth Mad Report on Spy vs Spy (#5). by Antonio Prohias (FN=$10; VG=$6; G/VG=$5);

Sixth Mad Case Book on Spy vs Spy (#6). by Antonio Prohias (VG=$7; G=$5);

Mad Spy vs Spy the Updated Files (#7). by Antonio Prohias (VG/FN =$12);

Stamp Out Mad.

Steaming Mad.

Mad Stew.

Mad Strikes Back.

Mad Sucks.

Super Mad.

Mad Survival Handbook.

Swinging Mad.

Mad Tales from the School of Hard Yocks;(SOLD OUT);

Mad's Talking Stamps.

The Mad Tell it like it is book

Three Ring Mad.

The Token Mad.

A Mad Treasure Chest.

Uncensored Mad.

Utterly Mad.

Mad Variations.

Vintage mad.

Voodoo Mad.

Weather Mad. (SOLD OUT);

Mad Weirdo Watchers Guide.

The Wet and Wisdom of Mad.

Mad World of William M. Gaine's.

Mad Worry Book.



>>( 2 ) Sergio Aragones: MAD PAPERBACKS;

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: Mad About Mad.

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: Mad as the Devil.

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: Mad as a Hatter.

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: Mad as Usual.

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: Incurably Mad.

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: In Mad We Trust.

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: Mad-ly Yours.

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: Mad Marginals.

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: Mad Menagerie.

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: More Mad Marginals.

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: More Mad Pantomimes.

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: Mad Pantomimes.

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: Shooting Mad.

(Mad's) Sergio Aragones: Viva Mad.


>>( 3 ) Dave Berg: MAD PAPERBACKS;

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Looks Around.

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Looks at Living

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Looks at Modern Thinking

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Looks at the Neighborhood.

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Looks at our Planet.

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Looks at our Sick World

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Looks at People

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Looks at Things

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Looks at Today.

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Looks at the U.S.A

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Looks at You.

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Looks, Listens and Laughs

(Mad's) Dave Berg: My Friend God.

(Mad's) Dave Berg: My Friend God: Confessions of a Zany Prophet.(RARE; SOLD OUT);

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Roger Kaputnik and God.

(Mad's) Dave Berg: Takes a Loving Look.


>>( 4 ) Al Jaffee: MAD PAPERBACKS;

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: All New Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions(SOLD OUT);

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Blows a Fuse.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Blows His Mind.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Bombs Again.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Mad Book of Magic and Other Dirty Tricks.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Mad Brain Ticklers, Puzzles, and Lousy Jokes.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Clod's Letters to Mad.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Dead or Alive.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Draws a Crowd.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Fowls His Nest.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Freaks Out.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Gags.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Gags Again.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Gets His Just Desserts.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Ghoulish Book of Weird Records.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Goes Bananas.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Good Lord Not Another Book of Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Guide to Self-Improvement.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Holy Cow! Not Another Mad Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions(SOLD OUT);

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Hugs the Show.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Mad Inventions.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Meets His End.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Meets Willie Weirdie

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Meets (Yecch) Monstrosities.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Next Book.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Once Again Spews Out Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Rotten Rhymes and Other Crimes.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Shoots His Mouth Off.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Sing Along With Mad.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Sinks to a New Low.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Still More Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Sweats Out Another Book. (SOLD OUT);

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Willie Weirdie Bleeps.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Willie Weirdie Drives to Distraction.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Willie Weirdie Scares the Pants Off of.

(Mad's) Al Jaffee: Willie Weirdie Teaches Some New Tricks.


>>( 5 ) Don Martin: MAD PAPERBACKS;

(Mad's) Don Martin: Mad Adventures of Captain Klutz. (FA$2; G$3; VG$5; FN$8);

(Mad's) Don Martin: Bounces Back (FA$2; G$3; VG$5; FN$8);

(Mad's) Don Martin: Captain Klutz II. (SCARCE; G$15; VG$25; FN$49);

(Mad's) Don Martin: Carries On. (FA$3; G$5; VG$7; FN$10);

(Mad's) Don Martin: Comes On Strong (FA$2; G$3; VG$5; FN$8);

(Mad's) Don Martin: Cooks Up More Tales (FA$2; G$3; VG$5; FN$8);

(Mad's) Don Martin: Digs Deeper (SCARCER; FA/G$7; VG$12; FN$18);

(Mad's) Don Martin: Drops 13 Stories (FA$2; G$3; VG$5; FN$8);

(Mad's) Don Martin: Forges Ahead. (G$5; VG$8; FN$12);

(Mad's) Don Martin: Grinds Ahead. (SCARCE; G/VG$15; FN$30);

(Mad's) Don Martin: Sails Ahead. (SCARCE; G, front endpage missing $7);

(Mad's) Don Martin: Steps Further Out. (SCARCE; FA$6; G$10; VG$15);

(Mad's) Don Martin: Steps Out (FA$2; G$3; VG$5; FN$8);




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