Mad Magazine comic books issue 211 1978-1980
Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Tom Koch, Henry Clark, Paul Peter Porges, Barry Liebmann, Larry Siegel, Lou Silverstone, Frank Jacobs, Bob Jones, Harry North, Esq., Bob Clarke, Mort Drucker, Paul Coker Jr., Angelo Torres, George Woodbridge, Jack Davis, Dave Berg, Antonio Prohias and Sergio Aragones. Spoofs of the nuclear-meltdown drama The China Syndrome and the beefcake TV cop series CHiPs, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Angelo Torres. Phone books for cavemen. Mad's takes on sibling rivalry, doors, and the medical industry. Letters Page includes a letter from director John Landis and comedy legend John Belushi, congratulating MAD on its Animal House spoof. Classic Don Martin strips, Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Spy vs. Spy. The China Sin-Dome; The Mad Ad-Man's Sampler; Sibling Misery Is...; Mad Medals to be Presented to Deserving Medical Workers; The Lighter Side of Guilt; Early One Morning High in a Treetop; The Yellow Pages Through History - Paleolithic Telephone Company; A Mad Look at Doors; When Women Take Over Movies Completely; Late One Fine Afternoon on an Uptown Bus; The Gift; Mad's Ingenious Plan for a More Efficient Government; The Mad Overrated-Underrated Book; Spy vs. Spy; CHiMPs; One Evening in a Nice Young Couple's House; Fold-In. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.75.