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Mad Special (1970 Super Special) comic books

  • Issue #1A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 1A

    Includes Bonus Voodoo Doll. Cover by Norm Mingo, plus Mad logo by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Angelo Torres, Max Brandel, Frank Jacobs, Arnie Kogen, Jack Rickard, Antonio Prohias, Paul Nonnast, Tom Koch, George Woodbridge, Lou Silverstone, Mort Drucker, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Wally Wood and Kelly Freas. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of The Sound of Music, Mutiny on the Bounty and The Guns of Navarone, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Wally Wood. Spoofs of Budweiser beer ads and TV commercials by Al Jaffee. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, and early Don Martin cartoons. Plus the Mad Voodoo Doll, an attached die-cut activity for the Mad reader. Paying for a Diamond Is Forever; The Sound of More Music; Hospital Signs We'd Like To See; If Kids Behaved Like Their Fathers; The Diplomat; The Mad Voodoo Doll; When Computer Match-Making Takes Over Completely; The Chiropractor; The Cavemen; The Nearsighted Man and the Telephone; In a "Greasy Spoon" Diner; The Brain Operation; The Defensers; TV Ads We'd Like to See - The Ill-State Insurance Commercial; The Tenth Hour; TV Ads We'd Like to See - The Polydent Commercial; Dr. Kiljoy; Eating Out; Rain; The Lighter Side of Dog Owners; The Lighter Side of Homeowners; Mutiny on the Bouncy; Scenes We'd Like to See - The Race Through the Jungle; For the Birds; The Guns of Minestrone; But Wiser Beer; Park-David Great Moments in Medicine. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #1B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 1B

    Does NOT include Bonus Voodoo Doll. Cover by Norm Mingo, plus Mad logo by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Angelo Torres, Max Brandel, Frank Jacobs, Arnie Kogen, Jack Rickard, Antonio Prohias, Paul Nonnast, Tom Koch, George Woodbridge, Lou Silverstone, Mort Drucker, Joe Orlando, Dave Berg, Wally Wood and Kelly Freas. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of The Sound of Music, Mutiny on the Bounty and The Guns of Navarone, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Wally Wood. Spoofs of Budweiser beer ads and TV commercials by Al Jaffee. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, and early Don Martin cartoons. Paying for a Diamond Is Forever; The Sound of More Music; Hospital Signs We'd Like To See; If Kids Behaved Like Their Fathers; The Diplomat; When Computer Match-Making Takes Over Completely; The Chiropractor; The Cavemen; The Nearsighted Man and the Telephone; In a "Greasy Spoon" Diner; The Brain Operation; The Defensers; TV Ads We'd Like to See - The Ill-State Insurance Commercial; The Tenth Hour; TV Ads We'd Like to See - The Polydent Commercial; Dr. Kiljoy; Eating Out; Rain; The Lighter Side of Dog Owners; The Lighter Side of Homeowners; Mutiny on the Bouncy; Scenes We'd Like to See - The Race Through the Jungle; For the Birds; The Guns of Minestrone; But Wiser Beer; Park-David Great Moments in Medicine. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #2A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 2A

    Includes Bonus "Wall Nuts." Cover by Norm Mingo and Bob Clarke, plus Mad logo by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Norm Mingo, Bob Clarke, Max Brandel, Frank Jacobs, Arnie Kogen, Lester Krauss, Antonio Prohias, Dick DeBartolo, Harry Purvis, Bruce Stark, Gary Belkin, George Woodbridge, Stan Hart, Mort Drucker, Earle Doud, Klaus Nordling, Dave Berg, Wally Wood and Kelly Freas. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of The Fugitive and Lawrence of Arabia, featuring art by Mort Drucker. Fortune Cookies for Other Eating Places and A Mad Look Into the Future. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, and early Don Martin cartoons. Plus Mad "Wall-Nuts" bonus insert, pull-out posters featuring Alfred E. Neuman as various historical figures, from Napoleon and King Tut to Teddy Roosevelt and Adolf You-Know-Who. Sucka Instant Coffee; A Mad Guide to Stereo; A Mad Look Into the Future; The Irony of Fate; Fortune Cookies for Other Eating Places; Mad's "Late Show" Cliche Movie Script: The Swashbuckler Movie; Trucks to Match Their Products; Mr. Nudnik; Strange Interlude with Hazey; TV Ads We'd Like to See; The Phewgitive; The Nurtzes; At the Knife-Throwing School; The New Chair; The Early Riser; The Hero; Down on Wall Street; The Lighter Side of Water Sports; The Lighter Side of Family Doctors; The Lighter Side of Cops; The Lighter Side of Teenage Parties; Spy Vs. Spy; Hood!; Scenes We'd Like to See: The Cops Close In; The Carpetsweepers; Scenes We'd Like to See: The Race to the Crossing; Flawrence of Arabia; Guzzlemidt Rotgut; Sham-Bug's Beat-A-Check Soup Kit. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #2B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 2B

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Does NOT include Bonus "Wall Nuts." Cover by Norm Mingo and Bob Clarke, plus Mad logo by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Norm Mingo, Bob Clarke, Max Brandel, Frank Jacobs, Arnie Kogen, Lester Krauss, Antonio Prohias, Dick DeBartolo, Harry Purvis, Bruce Stark, Gary Belkin, George Woodbridge, Stan Hart, Mort Drucker, Earle Doud, Klaus Nordling, Dave Berg, Wally Wood and Kelly Freas. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of The Fugitive and Lawrence of Arabia, featuring art by Mort Drucker. Fortune Cookies for Other Eating Places and A Mad Look Into the Future. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, and early Don Martin cartoons. Sucka Instant Coffee; A Mad Guide to Stereo; A Mad Look Into the Future; The Irony of Fate; Fortune Cookies for Other Eating Places; Mad's "Late Show" Cliche Movie Script: The Swashbuckler Movie; Trucks to Match Their Products; Mr. Nudnik; Strange Interlude with Hazey; TV Ads We'd Like to See; The Phewgitive; The Nurtzes; At the Knife-Throwing School; The New Chair; The Early Riser; The Hero; Down on Wall Street; The Lighter Side of Water Sports; The Lighter Side of Family Doctors; The Lighter Side of Cops; The Lighter Side of Teenage Parties; Spy Vs. Spy; Hood!; Scenes We'd Like to See: The Cops Close In; The Carpetsweepers; Scenes We'd Like to See: The Race to the Crossing; Flawrence of Arabia; Guzzlemidt Rotgut; Sham-Bug's Beat-A-Check Soup Kit. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #3A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 3A
    • Sticker pages are stuck together.
    • Interior is complete.

    Includes Bonus Mad Protest Stickers. Cover by Norm Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Victor Cowen, Elaine Dunn, Bob Clarke, Max Brandel, Frank Jacobs, Arnie Kogen, Lester Krauss, Antonio Prohias, Marylyn Ippolito, Harry Purvis, Ziraldo Pinto, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Stan Hart, Mort Drucker, Phil Hahn, Tom Koch, Dave Berg, Sy Reit, Joe Orlando, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of The Man from UNCLE and 1950s beach movies, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad Look at Adam & Eve and A Mad Look at Computers (1960s computers, that is). Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Mad Protest Stickers, pre-glued, perforated stamps in a full-color, attached fold-out. Future Callbacks By Manufacturers; A Mad Look at Adam & Eve; Seals for Other Presidents; Kookie Kangaroos; A Mad Look at Computers; Mad Protest Stickers (bonus insert); On the Way to the Police Costume Ball; When the Women's Lib Movement Is Successful; The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: New York City; A Mad Guide to Hypnotism; The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Hollywood, California; Future Talking Ads; Another (Whew!) Visit to the Doctor's Office; In The Laboratory; The Veterinarian; The Anesthetist; If Tax Forms Were Made Up By Psychiatrists; The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Las Vegas, Nevada; The Mad Safety Council's Predictions for the Upcoming Christmas Weekend; The Man From A.U.N.T.I.E.; Spy Vs. Spy; The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Washington, D.C.; A Mad Look at the Summer Olympics; The Mad Safety Council's Predictions for the Upcoming New Year's Weekend; The Trend Toward Swimming Pools as a New Status Symbol; The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Miami Beach, Florida; The Lighter Side of Spring; Movie Heroes Are Finks; Letters from Santa Claus; The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Small Town, U.S.A.; News Photos You're Sure to See This Year / News Photos We'd Like to See This Year; Mad Visits a Typical Teenage Beach Movie; The Impressionist; Fold-In; Isn't That Yul Brynner Behind Those Finster Glints? 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #3B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 3B

    Does NOT include Bonus Mad Protest Stickers. Cover by Norm Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Victor Cowen, Elaine Dunn, Bob Clarke, Max Brandel, Frank Jacobs, Arnie Kogen, Lester Krauss, Antonio Prohias, Marylyn Ippolito, Harry Purvis, Ziraldo Pinto, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Stan Hart, Mort Drucker, Phil Hahn, Tom Koch, Dave Berg, Sy Reit, Joe Orlando, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of The Man from UNCLE and 1950s beach movies, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad Look at Adam & Eve and A Mad Look at Computers (1960s computers, that is). Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones and early Don Martin cartoons. Future Callbacks By Manufacturers; A Mad Look at Adam & Eve; Seals for Other Presidents; Kookie Kangaroos; A Mad Look at Computers; On the Way to the Police Costume Ball; When the Women's Lib Movement Is Successful; The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: New York City; A Mad Guide to Hypnotism; The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Hollywood, California; Future Talking Ads; Another (Whew!) Visit to the Doctor's Office; In The Laboratory; The Veterinarian; The Anesthetist; If Tax Forms Were Made Up By Psychiatrists; The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Las Vegas, Nevada; The Mad Safety Council's Predictions for the Upcoming Christmas Weekend; The Man From A.U.N.T.I.E.; Spy Vs. Spy; The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Washington, D.C.; A Mad Look at the Summer Olympics; The Mad Safety Council's Predictions for the Upcoming New Year's Weekend; The Trend Toward Swimming Pools as a New Status Symbol; The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Miami Beach, Florida; The Lighter Side of Spring; Movie Heroes Are Finks; Letters from Santa Claus; The Sights and Sounds of the U.S.A.: Small Town, U.S.A.; News Photos You're Sure to See This Year / News Photos We'd Like to See This Year; Mad Visits a Typical Teenage Beach Movie; The Impressionist; Fold-In; Isn't That Yul Brynner Behind Those Finster Glints? 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #4A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 4A

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Includes Bonus Mini Posters. Cover by Norm Mingo and Jack Rickard. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Lou Silverstone, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Max Brandel, Frank Jacobs, Norman Mingo, Peter Andrews, Antonio Prohias, Marylyn Ippolito, Harry Purvis, Ziraldo Pinto, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Stan Hart, Mort Drucker, Phil Hahn, Jack Hanrahan, Tom Koch, Dave Berg, Sy Reit, George Woodbridge, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of A Fistful of Dollars, The Flying Nun and the Dirty Dozen, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Jack Davis. The classic Peanuts spoof Will Success Spoil Charlie Brown? Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Mini Posters, full-color pull-out mini-posters featuring Alfred E. Neuman's face on Mt. Rushmore, among other satirical images.A Fistful of Lasagna; Mad Looks at Great Quotations; This Is the Land that Sam Built; Out West; Air Pollution Problems of the Future; The Flying Nut; Ads We Never Got to See; Spy Vs. Spy; The Lighter Side of Clothes; A Mad Look at Sky Diving; Letters to a Congressman That Were Answered by "Form Letters" From That Congressman; A San Francisco Trip; Mad's Medical Mother Goose; Will Success Spoil Charlie Brown?; Me and My Big Mouth!; Mother's Day Cards Down Through History; A Mad Public Service - Letter to a Runaway; You Know You're Really Getting Old When...; Mad's Simplified ABC Method of Bulling Your Way Through Final Exams; The Werewolf; The Mad Library of Extremely Thin Books; The Lighter Side of Friendship; Songs of Pets; (More) Announcements for Everything; Dirtier by the Dozen; On the Road; Fold-In; The Day the "Show Us Your 'Lark' Pack" Camera Crew Passed the Wrong Group of Smokers. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #4B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 4B
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • No front or back cover. First several pages detached by 10". Art and story complete.

    Does NOT Include Bonus Mini Posters. Cover by Norm Mingo and Jack Rickard. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Lou Silverstone, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Max Brandel, Frank Jacobs, Norman Mingo, Peter Andrews, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Stan Hart, Mort Drucker, Phil Hahn, Jack Hanrahan, Tom Koch, Dave Berg, Sy Reit, George Woodbridge, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of A Fistful of Dollars, The Flying Nun and the Dirty Dozen, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Jack Davis. The classic Peanuts spoof Will Success Spoil Charlie Brown? Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones and early Don Martin cartoons. A Fistful of Lasagna; Mad Looks at Great Quotations; This Is the Land that Sam Built; Out West; Air Pollution Problems of the Future; The Flying Nut; Ads We Never Got to See; Spy Vs. Spy; The Lighter Side of Clothes; A Mad Look at Sky Diving; Letters to a Congressman That Were Answered by "Form Letters" From That Congressman; A San Francisco Trip; Mad's Medical Mother Goose; Will Success Spoil Charlie Brown?; Me and My Big Mouth!; Mother's Day Cards Down Through History; A Mad Public Service - Letter to a Runaway; You Know You're Really Getting Old When...; Mad's Simplified ABC Method of Bulling Your Way Through Final Exams; The Werewolf; The Mad Library of Extremely Thin Books; The Lighter Side of Friendship; Songs of Pets; (More) Announcements for Everything; Dirtier by the Dozen; On the Road; Fold-In; The Day the "Show Us Your 'Lark' Pack" Camera Crew Passed the Wrong Group of Smokers. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #5A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 5A

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Includes Bonus Mad Flag Poster. Cover art by Mort Drucker. "A Modern Cinderella," script by Jack Kent, art by Jack Rickard; The Cinderella transformation scene is updated for the modern seventies. "Fairy Tales as Told by Today's Celebrities," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke; Grimm's Fairy Tales are retold and their message altered by contemporary celebrities based on their own experiences. "Individualized Caskets," script by Norm Doherty, art by Bob Clarke; Coffins tailored to the profession of the deceased. "Guarantees and Warranties," script and art by Al Jaffee; Examples of how today's product warranties aren't worth the paper they're printed on. "The Shocking Mad Flag Poster," art by Mort Drucker; Replica poster of the American flag, with the red stripes replaced by a rewritten Pledge of Allegiance, reflecting the polarization of contemporary American society. "Pro Football," script by Larry Siegel, art by Jack Davis; A former football player turned announcer narrates a comparison of pro football in its infancy with contemporary pro football. "In the out Exit," script by Stan Hart, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Up the Down Staircase," an idealistic teacher attempts to teach in a crime-ridden inner city school. "Don Martin Looks At Frogs," script and art by Don Martin. "The Lighter Side of Driving," script and art by Dave Berg. "Hippie Magazine," art by George Woodbridge. "Mad's Snappy Answers To Stupid Questions," script and art by Al Jaffe. "A Nostalgic Look at Sandlot Baseball," script by Dean Norman, art by Paul Coker Jr. "Mission: Ridiculous," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the TV series "Mission: Impossible"; a team of secret agents try to retrieve stolen microfilm in the most suspicious way possible. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Antonio Prohias. "The Lighter Side of Swimming Pools," script and art by Dave Berg. "Balmy and Clod," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Bonnie and Clyde," two really adorable bumpkins decide to embark on a life of crime. 82 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #5B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 5B
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • Discounted from $2.00.

    Does Not Include Bonus Mad Flag Poster. Cover art by Mort Drucker. "A Modern Cinderella," script by Jack Kent, art by Jack Rickard; The Cinderella transformation scene is updated for the modern seventies. "Fairy Tales as Told by Today's Celebrities," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke; Grimm's Fairy Tales are retold and their message altered by contemporary celebrities based on their own experiences. "Individualized Caskets," script by Norm Doherty, art by Bob Clarke; Coffins tailored to the profession of the deceased. "Guarantees and Warranties," script and art by Al Jaffee; Examples of how today's product warranties aren't worth the paper they're printed on. "The Shocking Mad Flag Poster," art by Mort Drucker; Replica poster of the American flag, with the red stripes replaced by a rewritten Pledge of Allegiance, reflecting the polarization of contemporary American society. "Pro Football," script by Larry Siegel, art by Jack Davis; A former football player turned announcer narrates a comparison of pro football in its infancy with contemporary pro football. "In the out Exit," script by Stan Hart, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Up the Down Staircase," an idealistic teacher attempts to teach in a crime-ridden inner city school. "Don Martin Looks At Frogs," script and art by Don Martin. "The Lighter Side of Driving," script and art by Dave Berg. "Hippie Magazine," art by George Woodbridge. "Mad's Snappy Answers To Stupid Questions," script and art by Al Jaffe. "A Nostalgic Look at Sandlot Baseball," script by Dean Norman, art by Paul Coker Jr. "Mission: Ridiculous," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the TV series "Mission: Impossible"; a team of secret agents try to retrieve stolen microfilm in the most suspicious way possible. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Antonio Prohias. "The Lighter Side of Swimming Pools," script and art by Dave Berg. "Balmy and Clod," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Bonnie and Clyde," two really adorable bumpkins decide to embark on a life of crime. 82 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #6A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 6A
    • 1" Cumulative spine split.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($4.20) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Other - see grading notes
    • Top left peg is coming loose.
    • Label #0502521006

    Includes Bonus Mad Mischief Stickers. Cover by Norm Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Lou Silverstone, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Stan Hart, Mort Drucker, Phil Hahn, Jack Hanrahan, Tom Koch, Dave Berg, George Woodbridge, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the classic films Valley of the Dolls and Cool Hand Luke, featuring art by Mort Drucker. Mad's take on feminism, marriage, and 1960s protests. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Mad Mischief Stickers, pre-glued, perforated stamps in a full-color, attached fold-out. Mad Visits the Women's Liberation Front; The Mad A to Z Book For Bright, Young Beginners; The Value of Magazines; Alley-Oops!; Mad Mischief Stickers (bonus insert); Spy Vs. Spy; Valley of the Dollars; Don Martin Looks at All Them Indians; The Mad Getting Married Primer; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at the Post Office; Personalized Absence Notes; One Day in an Office; Jobs on the Fringe of Show Business; The Lighter Side of Fear You Know You're Really a Parent When...; The Mad Hate Book - Vol. II; Mad's "Cliche Conversation" Killers; New "Protests" to the Same Old Tunes; U.S. Individual Income Tax Return /Minor Personal Losses Schedule; The Lighter Side of Hobbies; On the Road with Sergio Aragones; Blue-Eyed Kook; Mad's Christmas Cards to Seasonal Exploiters; While Strolling Through the City; Sik-Teen Magazine. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #6B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 6B

    Does NOT Include Bonus Mad Mischief Stickers. Cover by Norm Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Lou Silverstone, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Stan Hart, Mort Drucker, Phil Hahn, Jack Hanrahan, Tom Koch, Dave Berg, George Woodbridge, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the classic films Valley of the Dolls and Cool Hand Luke, featuring art by Mort Drucker. Mad's take on feminism, marriage, and 1960s protests. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Mad Visits the Women's Liberation Front; The Mad A to Z Book For Bright, Young Beginners; The Value of Magazines; Alley-Oops!; Spy Vs. Spy; Valley of the Dollars; Don Martin Looks at All Them Indians; The Mad Getting Married Primer; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at the Post Office; Personalized Absence Notes; One Day in an Office; Jobs on the Fringe of Show Business; The Lighter Side of Fear; You Know You're Really a Parent When...; The Mad Hate Book - Vol. II; Mad's "Cliche Conversation" Killers; New "Protests" to the Same Old Tunes; U.S. Individual Income Tax Return /Minor Personal Losses Schedule; The Lighter Side of Hobbies; On the Road with Sergio Aragones; Blue-Eyed Kook; Mad's Christmas Cards to Seasonal Exploiters; While Strolling Through the City; Sik-Teen Magazine. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #7A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 7A

    Includes Mad Mini-Posters. Photo cover of Richard Nixon. "Star Blecch," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the TV show Star Trek. "A Mad Look At Hugh vs. Helen," script by Ronnie Nathan, art by Jack Rickard; featuring Hugh Hefner. "Combined Day Time TV Shows," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Jack Rickard. "Free-Loader Magazine," script by Stan Hart, art by Joe Orlando; A niche magazine aimed at people dedicated to getting other people to pay for their lives. "The Lighter Side Of... Hair," script and art by Dave Berg. "Outside A Novelty Shop," script and art by Don Martin. "Mad's TV Game Show Originator Of the Year," script by Stan Hart, art by Joe Orlando; The producer of low-brow, embarrassment-oriented game shows is interviewed. "Spy vs. Spy" by Anthony Prohias. "Mad Mini-Movies," script by Stan Hart, art by Mort Drucker. "Mad's Home Movies," script by Dean Norman, art by Paul Coker, Jr.; Scenes from home movies of a family's less than memorable vacation. "The Lighter Side Of Physical Fitness," script and art by Dave Berg. "A Mad Look At Movie Monsters," script and art by Sergio Aragonés. "Songs Of Crime, Violence, War, Hate, Bigotry, the Lunatic Fringe, and All-Around Ecchiness," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge. "Rosemia's Boo-Boo," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Rosemary's Baby," a young couple moves into an apartment building filled with sinister people; Soon the pregnant woman fears her baby may be Satan's child. 84 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #7B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 7B

    Does NOT Include Mad Mini-Posters. Photo cover of Richard Nixon. "Star Blecch," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the TV show Star Trek. "A Mad Look At Hugh vs. Helen," script by Ronnie Nathan, art by Jack Rickard; featuring Hugh Hefner. "Combined Day Time TV Shows," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Jack Rickard. "Free-Loader Magazine," script by Stan Hart, art by Joe Orlando; A niche magazine aimed at people dedicated to getting other people to pay for their lives. "The Lighter Side Of... Hair," script and art by Dave Berg. "Outside A Novelty Shop," script and art by Don Martin. "Mad's TV Game Show Originator Of the Year," script by Stan Hart, art by Joe Orlando; The producer of low-brow, embarrassment-oriented game shows is interviewed. "Spy vs. Spy" by Anthony Prohias. "Mad Mini-Movies," script by Stan Hart, art by Mort Drucker. "Mad's Home Movies," script by Dean Norman, art by Paul Coker, Jr.; Scenes from home movies of a family's less than memorable vacation. "The Lighter Side Of Physical Fitness," script and art by Dave Berg. "A Mad Look At Movie Monsters," script and art by Sergio Aragonés. "Songs Of Crime, Violence, War, Hate, Bigotry, the Lunatic Fringe, and All-Around Ecchiness," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge. "Rosemia's Boo-Boo," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Rosemary's Baby," a young couple moves into an apartment building filled with sinister people; Soon the pregnant woman fears her baby may be Satan's child. 84 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #8A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 8A
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • INCOMPLETE. Piece clipped. Interrupts art or story.

    Includes Bonus "TV Guise Fall Preview." Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Lou Silverstone, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Stan Hart, Mort Drucker, Phil Hahn, Ronnie Nathan, Tom Koch, Dave Berg, Dave Gantz, Dean Norman, Earle Doud, Max Brandel, Don (Duck) Edwing, Neal Barbera, May Sakami, Frank Ridgeway, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of 2001: A Space Odyssey and "success story" movies, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A spoof of Snoopy's WWI flying ace Peanuts comic strips, from the Red Baron's point of view. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus "TV Guise Fall Preview," a 16-page pull-out spoof of TV Guide and 1972 TV shows. 201 Minutes of a Space Idiocy; Mad About Fashion Fads; Mad's Practical New Car Designed to Eliminate Owner Aggravation; You and Your Big Mouth!; Another Sickening Collection of Mad Greeting Cards; The TV Guise Fall Preview; The Conservative Dream; What Politicians Say in Public and in Private; More Mad Namelies; If the President Were Chosen Like Miss America; Don Martin on the Golf Course; Further Adventures of the Red Baron, or Security Ist Eine Grounded Beaglehundt; The Lighter Side of High School Football; Casey at the Dice; A Mad Look at Bugs 'N Worms 'N Things; MafiaCo Incorporated 1968 Annual Report; Horrifying Cliches; A Mad Look at Sex Education in the Schools; Mad's Book Publisher of the Year; On the Set; Mad's Follow-Up Report on Progress; Spy Vs. Spy; The Lighter Side of Teenage Dances; One Day in Baghdad; You Know You've Really Made It When...; The Typical "Success Story" Movie of the Past / The Typical "Success Story" Movie of the Future; Fold-In; The 60-Second Disappointment - Parloraid Color Pack Camera. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #8B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 8B
    • Discounted from $2.00.

    Does NOT include Bonus "TV Guise Fall Preview." Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Lou Silverstone, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Stan Hart, Mort Drucker, Phil Hahn, Ronnie Nathan, Tom Koch, Dave Berg, Dave Gantz, Dean Norman, Earle Doud, Max Brandel, Don (Duck) Edwing, Neal Barbera, May Sakami, Frank Ridgeway, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of 2001: A Space Odyssey and "success story" movies, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A spoof of Snoopy's WWI flying ace Peanuts comic strips, from the Red Baron's point of view. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. 201 Minutes of a Space Idiocy; Mad About Fashion Fads; Mad's Practical New Car Designed to Eliminate Owner Aggravation; You and Your Big Mouth!; Another Sickening Collection of Mad Greeting Cards; The Conservative Dream; What Politicians Say in Public and in Private; More Mad Namelies; If the President Were Chosen Like Miss America; Don Martin on the Golf Course; Further Adventures of the Red Baron, or Security Ist Eine Grounded Beaglehundt; The Lighter Side of High School Football; Casey at the Dice; A Mad Look at Bugs 'N Worms 'N Things; MafiaCo Incorporated 1968 Annual Report; Horrifying Cliches; A Mad Look at Sex Education in the Schools; Mad's Book Publisher of the Year; On the Set; Mad's Follow-Up Report on Progress; Spy Vs. Spy; The Lighter Side of Teenage Dances; One Day in Baghdad; You Know You've Really Made It When...; The Typical "Success Story" Movie of the Past / The Typical "Success Story" Movie of the Future; Fold-In; The 60-Second Disappointment - Parloraid Color Pack Camera. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #9A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 9A
    • Fingerprints on back cover.

    Includes Bonus "Nostalgic Mad" Comic. Cover by Norm Mingo and Harvey Kurtzman. Stories and art by Harvey Kurtzman, John Severin, Will Elder, Wally Wood, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Sy Reit, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Elaine Dunn, Alphonse Normandia, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Gilbert Barnhill, Dean Norman, E. Nelson Bridwell, Max Brandel, Harold Morrison, May Sakami, Frank Ridgeway, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of Camelot and The Mod Squad, featuring art by Mort Drucker. Mad takes on poetry, ice hockey and Christmas. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes pull-out bonus comic Nostalgic Mad #1, reprinting stories from the classic early comic that unleashed MAD upon the world, written by Harvey Kurtzman. This issue includes John Severin's spoof of Tarzan and Jane; Will Elder's horror spoof Outer Sanctum; and Wally Wood's Superduperman! Superduperman; Melvin of the Apes; Outer Sanctum; Don Martin Tries 8 New Ways to Fly; Mads Chemical Banquet; Some Legendary Medicine Cabinets; When No Opinion People Are the Majority; Criticism for the Common Man; Can A Lot, a Mad Musical; The Mad Plan to Beautify America; The Lighter Side of American Tourists and the Generation Gap; The Mad Ice Hockey Primer; Me and My Big Mouth; If Comics Covered Issues of the Day; The Hunters; In a Fancy Restaurant; In an Italian Restaurant; The Mad Poetry Round Robin; Behind the Scenes at an Airport; Christmas Is; Spy Vs. Spy; Horrifying Cliches; A Mad Look at Realistic Dolls; Polls and Surveys Through History; A Mad Look at Frustration; The Odd Squad; Signs of Status. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #9B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 9B
    • Discounted from $2.00.

    Does NOT Include Bonus "Nostalgic Mad" Comic. Cover by Norm Mingo and Harvey Kurtzman. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Sy Reit, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Elaine Dunn, Alphonse Normandia, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Gilbert Barnhill, Dean Norman, E. Nelson Bridwell, Max Brandel, Harold Morrison, May Sakami, Frank Ridgeway, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of Camelot and The Mod Squad, featuring art by Mort Drucker. Mad takes on poetry, ice hockey and Christmas. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Don Martin Tries 8 New Ways to Fly; Mads Chemical Banquet; Some Legendary Medicine Cabinets; When No Opinion People Are the Majority; Criticism for the Common Man; Can A Lot, a Mad Musical; The Mad Plan to Beautify America; The Lighter Side of American Tourists and the Generation Gap; The Mad Ice Hockey Primer; Me and My Big Mouth; If Comics Covered Issues of the Day; The Hunters; In a Fancy Restaurant; In an Italian Restaurant; The Mad Poetry Round Robin; Behind the Scenes at an Airport; Christmas Is; Spy Vs. Spy; Horrifying Cliches; A Mad Look at Realistic Dolls; Polls and Surveys Through History; A Mad Look at Frustration; The Odd Squad; Signs of Status. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #10A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 10A

    Includes Bonus "Nonsense Stickers". Cover by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Giuseppe Baggi, Arnie Kogen, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Earle Doud, Stan Hart, Jack Kent, David Hunter, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of The Wizard of Oz and The Academy Awards, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at movie ad campaigns and comic-strip sound effects. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Don Martin Nonsense Stickers, pre-glued, perforated stamps featuring Don Martin cartoons in a full-color, attached fold-out. Don Martin Takes a Look at a Fairy Tale; Teaching History Through Television; At a Water Cooler; An Assortment of Ridiculous Mad Double-Takes; The Mad Laboratory Report on Noise; Beware of Politicians Who...; When Magazine Editors Write Their Own Subscription Letters; Don Martin Nonsense Stickers; The Academy Awards Show We'd Like to See; Don Martin Takes a Another Look at the Same Fairy Tale; The Mad Primer of Bigots, Extremists and Other Loose Ends; A Mad Look at Dogs; Dr. Benjamin Spock - Teenage Care; Don Martin Takes a Last Look at the Same Fairy Tale; Mad Origami Zoo of Cliche Creatures; Spy Vs. Spy; The Lighter Side of Status Seeking; One Day in a Hospital; What Is a Make-Out Man?; A Mad Portfolio of Appropriate Comic Strip Sound Effects; On a Saturday Afternoon; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Laundry and Dry Cleaners; The Anatomy of a Movie Ad Campaign; A Mad Gray Paper - "The State of Our Cities"; You Know You're Really Overweight When...; Some "Greeting Cards to the Newlyweds" We'd Like to See; The Heart Transplant; A Mad Look at Two College Generations; The Guru of Ours; Fold-In; One Day on the Prairie. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #10B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 10B
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • Discounted from $2.00.

    Does NOT Include Bonus "Nonsense Stickers". Cover by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Giuseppe Baggi, Arnie Kogen, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Earle Doud, Stan Hart, Jack Kent, David Hunter, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of The Wizard of Oz and The Academy Awards, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at movie ad campaigns and comic-strip sound effects. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Don Martin Takes a Look at a Fairy Tale; Teaching History Through Television; At a Water Cooler; An Assortment of Ridiculous Mad Double-Takes; The Mad Laboratory Report on Noise; Beware of Politicians Who...; When Magazine Editors Write Their Own Subscription Letters; The Academy Awards Show We'd Like to See; Don Martin Takes a Another Look at the Same Fairy Tale; The Mad Primer of Bigots, Extremists and Other Loose Ends; A Mad Look at Dogs; Dr. Benjamin Spock - Teenage Care; Don Martin Takes a Last Look at the Same Fairy Tale; Mad Origami Zoo of Cliche Creatures; Spy Vs. Spy; The Lighter Side of Status Seeking; One Day in a Hospital; What Is a Make-Out Man?; A Mad Portfolio of Appropriate Comic Strip Sound Effects; On a Saturday Afternoon; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Laundry and Dry Cleaners; The Anatomy of a Movie Ad Campaign; A Mad Gray Paper - "The State of Our Cities"; You Know You're Really Overweight When...; Some "Greeting Cards to the Newlyweds" We'd Like to See; The Heart Transplant; A Mad Look at Two College Generations; The Guru of Ours; Fold-In; One Day on the Prairie. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #11A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 11A

    Includes Bonus "Gall in the Family" Record. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Arnie Kogen, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Earle Doud, Lou Silverstone, Jack Kent, Harry Purvis, Bruce Stark, Sy Reit, Joe Orlando and Sergio Aragones, plus audio performances by Allen Swift, Pat Bright, Herb Duncan and Nick Meglin. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of All in the Family and Goodbye Columbus, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at war movies and etiquette. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus "Gall in the Family" Record, a detachable vinyl disk featuring an audio satire of the TV hit All in the Family. The Magic Spell; Mad Road Signs Through History; Don Martin Looks at Men's Fashions; The Photo Contest; Mad's Famous Waitress Course; A Mad Peek at What They're Really Writing; The Lighter Side of Summer Jobs; On a Cruise to a South Sea Island; The Shadow Knows; You Know You're Really a Nobody When...; Spy Vs. Spy; When We Have the Future Long-Long Cigarette; Gall in the Family Fare (bonus record insert); Gall in the Family Fare; What Is a Kid Brother?; If This Nudity Trend in Movies Ever Spreads to the Comics; The Mad Book of Etiquette and Good Manners; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at the Phone Company; One Night in a Restaurant; The Mad Plan For Halting the Hijacking of Planes; Passionate Gun Love Magazine; A Nostalgic Look at Dogs; The Kidney Transplant; Boredom-12; Joe Namath's Wallet; More Specialized Self-Defense Books; The Lighter Side of Amusement Parks; Mad's "Late Show" Cliche Movie Script: The "War" Movie; Some Mad Articles You Never Got to See; Hoo-Boy, Columbus!; While Clamming In New Jersey; Fold-In; A TV Ad We'd Like to See - Ultra-White Toothpaste. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #11B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 11B
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • Discounted from $2.00.

    Does NOT Include "Gall in the Family" Record. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Arnie Kogen, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Earle Doud, Lou Silverstone, Jack Kent, Harry Purvis, Bruce Stark, Sy Reit, Joe Orlando and Sergio Aragones, plus audio performances by Allen Swift, Pat Bright, Herb Duncan and Nick Meglin. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of All in the Family and Goodbye Columbus, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at war movies and etiquette. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. The Magic Spell; Mad Road Signs Through History; Don Martin Looks at Men's Fashions; The Photo Contest; Mad's Famous Waitress Course; A Mad Peek at What They're Really Writing; The Lighter Side of Summer Jobs; On a Cruise to a South Sea Island; The Shadow Knows; You Know You're Really a Nobody When...; Spy Vs. Spy; When We Have the Future Long-Long Cigarette; Gall in the Family Fare; What Is a Kid Brother?; If This Nudity Trend in Movies Ever Spreads to the Comics; The Mad Book of Etiquette and Good Manners; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at the Phone Company; One Night in a Restaurant; The Mad Plan For Halting the Hijacking of Planes; Passionate Gun Love Magazine; A Nostalgic Look at Dogs; The Kidney Transplant; Boredom-12; Joe Namath's Wallet; More Specialized Self-Defense Books; The Lighter Side of Amusement Parks; Mad's "Late Show" Cliche Movie Script: The "War" Movie; Some Mad Articles You Never Got to See; Hoo-Boy, Columbus!; While Clamming In New Jersey; Fold-In; A TV Ad We'd Like to See - Ultra-White Toothpaste. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #12A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 12A
    Published 1973 by EC.

    Includes Bonus "Nostalgic Mad" Comic. Cover by Norm Mingo, Wally Wood and Harvey Kurtzman. Stories and art by Harvey Kurtzman, Basil Wolverton, Will Elder, Wally Wood, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Sy Reit, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Arnie Kogen, Angelo Torres, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Tom Koch, Dean Norman, Larry Gore, Earle Doud, Ronnie Nathan, May Sakami, John Johns, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the movie Bullitt and Consumer Reports magazine, featuring art by Mort Drucker. Mad takes on hospitals, taxes and TV listings. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes pull-out bonus comic Nostalgic Mad #2, reprinting stories from the classic early comic that unleashed MAD upon the world, written by Harvey Kurtzman. This issue includes Jack Davis's Western parody Hah! Noon; Wally Wood's Sound Effects! and classic Batman spoof Bat Boy and Rubin; and Will Elder's masterpiece, the King Kong spoof Ping Pong! Also featuring the grotesque brilliance of Basil Wolverton's "Mad Reader" pin-up pages. Mad Reader!; Hah! Noon!; Sound Effects!; Ping Pong!; Bat Boy and Rubin!; When the "All in the Family" Gimmick Spreads to Other Types of TV Shows; The Sky-Jacker; A Mad Look at Zoo Veterinarians; Mad's Famous Gas Station Attendant Course; Mad Scrambles; A Mad Look at Some Rules of Etiquette; If Everyone Talked Like Don Rickles; A Mad "Show Biz Success Story"; Mad's Lifetime Chart of Attitudes and Behavior; The Lighter Side of Birthdays; The Month Before Christmas (A Non-Scheduled Visit From St. Nicholas); A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Hospital; Specific Income Tax Forms for Specific Professions; The Facts of Life and Death; Horrifying Cliches; The High Diver; A Mad Look at Celebrities in Real-Life Situations; On the Trail With a Zoologist; Condemner Reports Magazine; Spy Vs. Spy; Sergio Aragones Takes a Mad Look at Protest Demonstrations; One Day in the Mountains; Mad's Green Paper - "The State of Our Suburbs"; One Day on a Hike; Mad's "Do-It-Yourself" Modern Movie Ads; The Lighter Side of Wheels; You Know You're Really in Trouble When...; If TV Shows Were Actually Like Their Capsuled Descriptions; The Heist; A Mad Look at Antiques of the Future; What is a Born Winner?; During a Summer Shower; Bullbit; Fold-In; A Valentine to All Our Mad Readers. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #12B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 12B
    Published 1973 by EC.
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • Back cover missing. 1 3/4" Spine split from top.

    Does NOT Include Bonus "Nostalgic Mad Comic". Cover by Norm Mingo, Wally Wood and Harvey Kurtzman. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Sy Reit, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Arnie Kogen, Angelo Torres, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Tom Koch, Dean Norman, Larry Gore, Earle Doud, Ronnie Nathan, May Sakami, John Johns, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the movie Bullitt and Consumer Reports magazine, featuring art by Mort Drucker. Mad takes on hospitals, taxes and TV listings. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. When the "All in the Family" Gimmick Spreads to Other Types of TV Shows; The Sky-Jacker; A Mad Look at Zoo Veterinarians; Mad's Famous Gas Station Attendant Course; Mad Scrambles; A Mad Look at Some Rules of Etiquette; If Everyone Talked Like Don Rickles; A Mad "Show Biz Success Story"; Mad's Lifetime Chart of Attitudes and Behavior; The Lighter Side of Birthdays; The Month Before Christmas (A Non-Scheduled Visit From St. Nicholas); A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Hospital; Specific Income Tax Forms for Specific Professions; The Facts of Life and Death; Horrifying Cliches; The High Diver; A Mad Look at Celebrities in Real-Life Situations; On the Trail With a Zoologist; Condemner Reports Magazine; Spy Vs. Spy; Sergio Aragones Takes a Mad Look at Protest Demonstrations; One Day in the Mountains; Mad's Green Paper - "The State of Our Suburbs"; One Day on a Hike; Mad's "Do-It-Yourself" Modern Movie Ads; The Lighter Side of Wheels; You Know You're Really in Trouble When...; If TV Shows Were Actually Like Their Capsuled Descriptions; The Heist; A Mad Look at Antiques of the Future; What is a Born Winner?; During a Summer Shower; Bullbit; Fold-In; A Valentine to All Our Mad Readers. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #13A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 13A

    Includes Bonus Mad Sickie-Stickies. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Basil Wolverton, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Max Brandel, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Arnie Kogen, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Dean Norman, Lou Silverstone, John Putnam, Gloria L. Rich, Joe Orlando and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the movies Airport and True Grit, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at the legendary Woodstock festival (five years later). Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Plus a look at sports cars by the inimitable Basil Wolverton. Includes Bonus Mad Sickie-Stickies, pre-glued, perforated stamps featuring satirical 1970s messages in a full-color, attached fold-out. Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts!; Cliche Movie Scenes Brought Up To Date; A Mad Glance at a Congressman's Outgoing Mail; A Mad Look at Wars of Yore; Mad's Famous Department Store Clerks' Course; Mad Sickie-Stickies; The Richard M. Nixon Presidential Primer; One Day in a Tenement; True Fat; A Mad Look at Footprints; Mad's Modernized College Entrance Exam; One Day Downtown; A Mad Look at Two High School Generations; The Lighter Side of Money; Spy Vs. Spy; Mad Condolence Cards for Life's Other Tragedies; If "Peanuts" Were a Weekly TV Series; Sports Cars We'd Like to See; U.S. Folksy Income Tax Return 1969; Makeus Sickby M.D.; One Morning in the Life of an Optician; I Remember, I Remember The Wondrous Woodstock Music Fair; Mad's Foreign Film Producer of the Year; 21st Century Outdoors Magazine; The Fitting; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at the U.S. Congress; You Know You're Really on Your Own When...; The Lighter Side of Family Gatherings; More Up-To-Date Health & Safety Songs for Children; Once Again in Front of a Novelty Shop; Airplot; Fold-In; Ditched in the South Pacific. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #13B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 13B
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • Discounted from $2.00.

    Does NOT Include Bonus Mad Sickie-Stickies. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Basil Wolverton, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Max Brandel, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Arnie Kogen, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Dean Norman, Lou Silverstone, John Putnam, Gloria L. Rich, Joe Orlando and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the movies Airport and True Grit, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at the legendary Woodstock festival (five years later). Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Plus a look at sports cars by the inimitable Basil Wolverton. Mad's Modern Believe It or Nuts!; Cliche Movie Scenes Brought Up To Date; A Mad Glance at a Congressman's Outgoing Mail; A Mad Look at Wars of Yore; Mad's Famous Department Store Clerks' Course; The Richard M. Nixon Presidential Primer; One Day in a Tenement; True Fat; A Mad Look at Footprints; Mad's Modernized College Entrance Exam; One Day Downtown; A Mad Look at Two High School Generations; The Lighter Side of Money; Spy Vs. Spy; Mad Condolence Cards for Life's Other Tragedies; If "Peanuts" Were a Weekly TV Series; Sports Cars We'd Like to See; U.S. Folksy Income Tax Return 1969; Makeus Sickby M.D.; One Morning in the Life of an Optician; I Remember, I Remember The Wondrous Woodstock Music Fair; Mad's Foreign Film Producer of the Year; 21st Century Outdoors Magazine; The Fitting; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at the U.S. Congress; You Know You're Really on Your Own When...; The Lighter Side of Family Gatherings; More Up-To-Date Health & Safety Songs for Children; Once Again in Front of a Novelty Shop; Airplot; Fold-In; Ditched in the South Pacific. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #14A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 14A

    Includes Bonus Don Martin Posters and Paintings. Cover by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Max Brandel, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Arnie Kogen, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, John Jonik, Lou Silverstone, Stan Hart, Sy Reit, William Garvin, Gilbert Barnhill, Earle Doud, Irving Schild, Norman Mingo, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the classic 1960s movies Easy Rider and Midnight Cowboy, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look back at the '60s and the changing American lifestyle. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Don Martin Posters and Paintings, poster-sized prints of Don Martin's spoofs of 1970s lifestyles and classic works of art. The Vampire; The Mad Spotter's Guide to Professional Types; The Mating Call of the Wild; When Special Interest Magazines Review New Movies; A Mad Look at Rapunzel; "Specific Form Answer Letters" There Really Ought To Be; Mad Greeting Cards to Shake Up People You Hate; The Nightmare; Midnight Wowboy; One Night at the Fights; Mad's Updated Modern Day Mother Goose; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Fancy Restaurant; Ads For Movie Revivals; One Day in a Crash-Pad; The Lighter Side of Worry; The Mad Sex Education Primer; Mad's Guaranteed Effective All-Occasion Non-Slanderous Political Smear Speech; Don Martin Vital Message Posters and Art Depreciation Paintings (bonus insert); Spy Vs. Spy; How to Read a Resort Ad; Those Wonderful Sixties!; You Know You're Really a Bore When...; One Day at the Ocean; The Mad Plan for Combatting the Boredom of Baseball; Mad's Frozen Foods That Fake-Out Fresh; Mad "Minute Nature Study"; The Lighter Side of Summer Resorts; Obituaries for Traditions, Pastimes and Other Dying-Out Landmarks of the American Way of Life; While Hanging Around the Corner; A Mad Look at Birds; Feature By Feature Advertising; Sleazy Riders; Fold-In; The Nightmare. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #14B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 14B
    • Discounted from $2.00.

    Does NOT Include Don Martin posters or paintings. Cover by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Max Brandel, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Arnie Kogen, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, John Jonik, Lou Silverstone, Stan Hart, Sy Reit, William Garvin, Gilbert Barnhill, Earle Doud, Irving Schild, Norman Mingo, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the classic 1960s movies Easy Rider and Midnight Cowboy, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look back at the '60s and the changing American lifestyle. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. The Vampire; The Mad Spotter's Guide to Professional Types; The Mating Call of the Wild; When Special Interest Magazines Review New Movies; A Mad Look at Rapunzel; "Specific Form Answer Letters" There Really Ought To Be; Mad Greeting Cards to Shake Up People You Hate; The Nightmare; Midnight Wowboy; One Night at the Fights; Mad's Updated Modern Day Mother Goose; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Fancy Restaurant; Ads For Movie Revivals; One Day in a Crash-Pad; The Lighter Side of Worry; The Mad Sex Education Primer; Mad's Guaranteed Effective All-Occasion Non-Slanderous Political Smear Speech; Don Martin Vital Message Posters and Art Depreciation Paintings (bonus insert); Spy Vs. Spy; How to Read a Resort Ad; Those Wonderful Sixties!; You Know You're Really a Bore When...; One Day at the Ocean; The Mad Plan for Combating the Boredom of Baseball; Mad's Frozen Foods That Fake-Out Fresh; Mad "Minute Nature Study"; The Lighter Side of Summer Resorts; Obituaries for Traditions, Pastimes and Other Dying-Out Landmarks of the American Way of Life; While Hanging Around the Corner; A Mad Look at Birds; Feature By Feature Advertising; Sleazy Riders; Fold-In; The Nightmare. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #15A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 15A
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($3.00) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    Includes Bonus "Nostalgic Mad" Comic. Cover by Norm Mingo and Harvey Kurtzman. Stories and art by Harvey Kurtzman, Will Elder, Wally Wood, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Sy Reit, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Stan Hart, Mort Drucker, Arnie Kogen, Angelo Torres, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Tom Koch, George Hart, Max Brandel, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the movies Patton and Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A spoof of the TV series Hawaii Five-O. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes pull-out bonus comic Nostalgic Mad #3, reprinting stories from the classic early comic that unleashed MAD upon the world, written by Harvey Kurtzman. This issue includes Wally Wood's spoofs of the comic strips Little Orphan Annie and Ripley's Believe It or Not; and Will Elder's takes on The Shadow and Frankenstein. Ripup's Believe it or Don't!; Frank N. Stein!; Little Orphan Melvin!; Shadow!; Botch Casually and the Somedunce Kid; One Day on Location; The Mad Blow-Your-Mind Drug Primer; If the World's Great Painters Drew the Comics; Spray Can Sprays We'd Like to See; The Lighter Side of Sex; One Day in a Garage; A Sports Fan's Garden of Verses; Deceptive Money-Saving Labels; More "So How Come...?"; How-Are-Ya-Five-O; One Day in the Garden of Eden; Hints For Special Occasion Gifts; The Mad Love Book; Progress; A Mad Look at College; The Problem; Spy Vs. Spy; Mad's Christmas Carols for the 1970 Holiday Season; The Lighter Side of Transportation; One Day at a Construction Site; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes of Home Services; Silent Majority - The Magazine For Middle America; You Know You're Really a Football Fan When...; Great Non-Violent Guns; PUT*ON; Fold-In; One Day in the Park. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #15B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 15B

    Does NOT Include Bonus Nostalgic Mad Comic Book. Cover by Norm Mingo and Harvey Kurtzman. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Sy Reit, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Stan Hart, Mort Drucker, Arnie Kogen, Angelo Torres, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Tom Koch, George Hart, Max Brandel, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the movies Patton and Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A spoof of the TV series Hawaii Five-O. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Botch Casually and the Somedunce Kid; One Day on Location; The Mad Blow-Your-Mind Drug Primer; If the World's Great Painters Drew the Comics; Spray Can Sprays We'd Like to See; The Lighter Side of Sex; One Day in a Garage; A Sports Fan's Garden of Verses; Deceptive Money-Saving Labels; More "So How Come...?"; How-Are-Ya-Five-O; One Day in the Garden of Eden; Hints For Special Occasion Gifts; The Mad Love Book; Progress; A Mad Look at College; The Problem; Spy Vs. Spy; Mad's Christmas Carols for the 1970 Holiday Season; The Lighter Side of Transportation; One Day at a Construction Site; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes of Home Services; Silent Majority - The Magazine For Middle America; You Know You're Really a Football Fan When...; Great Non-Violent Guns; PUT*ON; Fold-In; One Day in the Park. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #16A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 16A
    • One stamp missing from insert.

    Includes Bonus Mad-Hesives. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Max Brandel, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Arnie Kogen, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don Epstein, May Sakami, Stan Hart, Sy Reit, Alphonse Normandia, Irving Schild, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of 1960s Barbra Streisand movies and the romance classic Love Story, featuring art by Mort Drucker. Spoofs of occult magazines and television writing. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Mad-Hesives, pre-glued, perforated stamps featuring satirical 1970s messages in a full-color, attached fold-out. The Mad Arty Poetry and Fuzzy Photographs Gift Book; A Parting Look at Our Truly Endangered Species; From the Inside... Out of...; The Pearl; The Mad Automatic Do-It-Yourself TV Script Writer; "Prison" Record Albums of the Future; On a Clear Day You Can See a Funny Girl Singing "Hello Dolly" Forever; On a Streetcorner Downtown; Answers to Children's Letters - From God; The Lighter Side of Bad Habits; Mad Salutes the Output of American Industry; Horrifying Cliches; Incredible Occult Magazine; A Mad Look at Obedience Training; Mad-Hesives (bonus insert); Mad's "Dirty Old Man" of the Year; You Never Really Get Used To...; On the "Hunchback of Notre Dame" Set ; Specialized Camp Ads We're Bound to See; Spy vs. Spy; Get-It-Out-Of-Your-System-Land; Mother's Day Cards From the "Now" Generation; One Evening in a Bathtub; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at an Ad Agency; The F.I.B.; One Hot Day on the Desert; Mad Clippings to Leave Lying Around; The Lighter Side of the "Now Look"; In a Specialist's Office; What is a Parent?; A Mad Look at Palm Reading; Lover's Story; Fold-In; The Modern Crucifixion. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #16B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 16B
    • Mad-Hesives is incomplete.
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • Discounted from $2.00.

    Does NOT Include Bonus Mad-Hesives. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Max Brandel, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Arnie Kogen, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don Epstein, May Sakami, Stan Hart, Sy Reit, Alphonse Normandia, Irving Schild, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of 1960s Barbra Streisand movies and the romance classic Love Story, featuring art by Mort Drucker. Spoofs of occult magazines and television writing. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. The Mad Arty Poetry and Fuzzy Photographs Gift Book; A Parting Look at Our Truly Endangered Species; From the Inside... Out of...; The Pearl; The Mad Automatic Do-It-Yourself TV Script Writer; "Prison" Record Albums of the Future; On a Clear Day You Can See a Funny Girl Singing "Hello Dolly" Forever; On a Streetcorner Downtown; Answers to Children's Letters - From God; The Lighter Side of Bad Habits; Mad Salutes the Output of American Industry; Horrifying Cliches; Incredible Occult Magazine; A Mad Look at Obedience Training; Mad's "Dirty Old Man" of the Year; You Never Really Get Used To...; On the "Hunchback of Notre Dame" Set ; Specialized Camp Ads We're Bound to See; Spy vs. Spy; Get-It-Out-Of-Your-System-Land; Mother's Day Cards From the "Now" Generation; One Evening in a Bathtub; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at an Ad Agency; The F.I.B.; One Hot Day on the Desert; Mad Clippings to Leave Lying Around; The Lighter Side of the "Now Look"; In a Specialist's Office; What is a Parent?; A Mad Look at Palm Reading; Lover's Story; Fold-In; The Modern Crucifixion. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #17A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 17A

    Includes Bonus Don Martin Posters and Portraits. Cover by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Max Brandel, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Ronnie Nathan, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, E. Nelson Bridwell, Gloria L. Rich, Stan Hart, Sy Reit, William Garvin, Earle Doud, Irving Schild, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A parody of the 1960s movie and counterculture classic Catch-22, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at amusement parks and the sexual revolution. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Don Martin Posters and Portraits, poster-sized prints of Don Martin's spoofs of 1970s lifestyles and famous literary characters, including Tarzan, Sherlock Holmes and Robin Hood. Product "Improvements" to Justify Higher Prices; Mad Dreams; A Mad Look at Crowds; Insurance Policies That Everybody Needs; When the U.S. Switches to the Metric System; Worldwide Reaction to News from Washington; Catch-All-22; One Day in a Bus Depot; The Mad "Effluent Society" Pollution Primer; The Lighter Side of Boating; Ordure of the Day; The Mad Non-Smokers Hate Book; Spy vs. Spy; Mad's Rhyming Guide to Pro Football; One Day in a Pet Shop; TV as Viewed By the Animal World; Don Martin Vital Message Posters and Literary Heroes Portraits; Modern Muscle Magazine; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Resort Hotel; Marching Songs for Crusaders, Militants and Assorted, Sundry Non-Conformists; Messy's Thanksgiving Day Parade; Very Early One Morning; New Movie Monsters From the Medical World; A Mad Look at Tropical Fish; The Lighter Side of Sound Equipment; A Mad Look at Amusement Parks; Greeting Cards for the Sexual Revolution; One Thursday Afternoon on the Moon; You Know It's Really Over When...; The Foul and the Prissy Cats; Fold-In; A Scene We'd Hate to See - The Morning Delivery. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #17B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 17B

    Does NOT Include Bonus Don Martin Posters and Portraits. Cover by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Max Brandel, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Ronnie Nathan, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, E. Nelson Bridwell, Gloria L. Rich, Stan Hart, Sy Reit, William Garvin, Earle Doud, Irving Schild, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A parody of the 1960s movie and counterculture classic Catch-22, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at amusement parks and the sexual revolution. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Product "Improvements" to Justify Higher Prices; Mad Dreams; A Mad Look at Crowds; Insurance Policies That Everybody Needs; When the U.S. Switches to the Metric System; Worldwide Reaction to News from Washington; Catch-All-22; One Day in a Bus Depot; The Mad "Effluent Society" Pollution Primer; The Lighter Side of Boating; Ordure of the Day; The Mad Non-Smokers Hate Book; Spy vs. Spy; Mad's Rhyming Guide to Pro Football; One Day in a Pet Shop; TV as Viewed By the Animal World; Modern Muscle Magazine; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Resort Hotel; Marching Songs for Crusaders, Militants and Assorted, Sundry Non-Conformists; Messy's Thanksgiving Day Parade; Very Early One Morning; New Movie Monsters From the Medical World; A Mad Look at Tropical Fish; The Lighter Side of Sound Equipment; A Mad Look at Amusement Parks; Greeting Cards for the Sexual Revolution; One Thursday Afternoon on the Moon; You Know It's Really Over When...; The Foul and the Prissy Cats; Fold-In; A Scene We'd Hate to See - The Morning Delivery. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #18A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 18A
    Published 1975 by EC.

    Includes Bonus Nostalgic Mad Comic. Cover art by Bill Elder, Wally Wood, and Jack Davis. "Shermlock Shomes!", pencils by Bill Elder; Spoof of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes; comic book insert. "Wild ," pencils by Wally Wood; Parody of the Marlon Brando movie "The Wild One"; comic book insert. "Lone Stranger Rides Again!", pencils by Jack Davis; Take-off on Fran Striker's The Lone Ranger; comic book insert. "Starchie," pencils by Bill Elder; Parody of Archie; comic book insert. "Mad Final Episodes of Some Long-Running TV Shows," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Angelo Torres; Spoofs of "M*A*S*H," "Columbo," "Gunsmoke," "Kung Fu" and "All in the Family." "A Portfolio of Mad Good News-Bad News Photo Silhouettes," script and art by Arnoldo Franchioni; featuring Marlon Brando; Beatles; Charlie Chaplin; and Jerry Lewis. "Shmoe," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Joe," an upper class father murders the drug addict boyfriend of his daughter, then teams up with a borderline psychotic construction worker to search the city's counterculture hangouts for his missing daughter. "The Lighter Side of ... Love," script and art by Dave Berg. "Mad's Reality Street," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Jack Davis; In a parody of the TV show "Sesame Street," local residents and puppets try to teach simple lessons amid the decay and danger of an inner city slum neighborhood block. "The Lighter Side of ... Living Space," script and art by Dave Berg. "The Mad Orthodontia Primer," script by Larry Siegel, art by Paul Coker, Jr. "Spy vs. Spy" by Anthony Prohias. " The New Army," script and art by Frank Jacobs; Examples of how the military has changed with the times. "A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Recording Studio," script by Earle Doud, art by Jack Davis. "If the Characters in Peanuts Aged Like Ordinary People," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke. "An Italian Robin Catching a Worm," script and art by Don Martin. "The Trauma of '42," script by Stan Hart, art by Mort Drucker; Satire of motion picture "Summer of '42." 136 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #18B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 18B
    Published 1975 by EC.

    Does NOT Include Bonus Nostalgic Mad Comic. Cover art by Bill Elder, Wally Wood, and Jack Davis. "Shermlock Shomes!", pencils by Bill Elder; Spoof of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes; comic book insert. "Wild ," pencils by Wally Wood; Parody of the Marlon Brando movie "The Wild One"; comic book insert. "Lone Stranger Rides Again!", pencils by Jack Davis; Take-off on Fran Striker's The Lone Ranger; comic book insert. "Starchie," pencils by Bill Elder; Parody of Archie; comic book insert. "Mad Final Episodes of Some Long-Running TV Shows," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Angelo Torres; Spoofs of "M*A*S*H," "Columbo," "Gunsmoke," "Kung Fu" and "All in the Family." "A Portfolio of Mad Good News-Bad News Photo Silhouettes," script and art by Arnoldo Franchioni; featuring Marlon Brando; Beatles; Charlie Chaplin; and Jerry Lewis. "Shmoe," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Joe," an upper class father murders the drug addict boyfriend of his daughter, then teams up with a borderline psychotic construction worker to search the city's counterculture hangouts for his missing daughter. "The Lighter Side of ... Love," script and art by Dave Berg. "Mad's Reality Street," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Jack Davis; In a parody of the TV show "Sesame Street," local residents and puppets try to teach simple lessons amid the decay and danger of an inner city slum neighborhood block. "The Lighter Side of ... Living Space," script and art by Dave Berg. "The Mad Orthodontia Primer," script by Larry Siegel, art by Paul Coker, Jr. "Spy vs. Spy" by Anthony Prohias. " The New Army," script and art by Frank Jacobs; Examples of how the military has changed with the times. "A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Recording Studio," script by Earle Doud, art by Jack Davis. "If the Characters in Peanuts Aged Like Ordinary People," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke. "An Italian Robin Catching a Worm," script and art by Don Martin. "The Trauma of '42," script by Stan Hart, art by Mort Drucker; Satire of motion picture "Summer of '42." 136 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #19A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 19A

    Includes Bonus 24-page "Madde." Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Max Brandel, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Arnie Kogen, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, M.S. Pinkham, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Lou Silverstone, Norman Mingo, Stan Hart, Alis Ellis, John Caldwell, Dave Gantz, Earle Doud, Irving Schild, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the classic movies The French Connection and The Mary Tyler Moore Show, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Angelo Torres. A Mad look at the bicycles and political conventions. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus 24-page Madde, a special comic themed to the 1976 American Bicentennial. What's the Connection?; In the Operating Room With Don Martin; The Sports Spectators' Hall of Fame; Visiting Day; Ralph Nader's Wallet; Back In the Operating Room With Don Martin During a Heart Transplant; Mad's Auto Manufacturer of the Year; Mad's Ecology Mother Goose; The Lighter Side of Weddings; Madde: Fair Warning; A Madde Peek Behind the Scenes at the Continental Congress; Thou Knowest Thou Art in Troubled Waters When...; Ye Lighter Side of Valley Forge; The Madde Revolutionary War Primer; One Fine Day in Virginia; Ye Madde Hate Book; A Madde Colonist's Garden of Verses; Spy Vs. Spy; Madde's Minute Man of the Year; One Fine Night in Massachusettes; Fold-In; Gen. Benedict Arnold Says: I Want Ye for the Continental British Army; More Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions; One Fine Day While Touring Florida; You Know You're Really Grown Up When...; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Political Convention; One Day at the Photographer's; The House of Krudd - Mail Order Gift Catalogue; A Mad Look at Bicycling; One Day During a Cavalry Attack; When TV Makes Full Use of Howard Cosell; Love Letters From Celebrities; The Lighter Side of Hang-Ups; One Dark and Lonely Night; A Parade of Protesting Mad Co-Signers; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Moving Company; One Fine Day at the Pyramids; "Realistic" Mad Model Car Kits; The Mary Tailor-Made Show; Fold-In; Wanted For Murder! Joe Pusher. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #19B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 19B
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • Discounted from $2.00.

    Does NOT Include Bonus 24 Page "Madde." Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Max Brandel, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Arnie Kogen, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, M.S. Pinkham, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Lou Silverstone, Norman Mingo, Stan Hart, Alis Ellis, John Caldwell, Dave Gantz, Earle Doud, Irving Schild, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the classic movies The French Connection and The Mary Tyler Moore Show, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Angelo Torres. A Mad look at the bicycles and political conventions. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. What's the Connection?; In the Operating Room With Don Martin; The Sports Spectators' Hall of Fame; Visiting Day; Ralph Nader's Wallet; Back In the Operating Room With Don Martin During a Heart Transplant; Mad's Auto Manufacturer of the Year; Mad's Ecology Mother Goose; The Lighter Side of Weddings; More Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions; One Fine Day While Touring Florida; You Know You're Really Grown Up When...; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Political Convention; One Day at the Photographer's; The House of Krudd - Mail Order Gift Catalogue; A Mad Look at Bicycling; One Day During a Cavalry Attack; When TV Makes Full Use of Howard Cosell; Love Letters From Celebrities; The Lighter Side of Hang-Ups; One Dark and Lonely Night; A Parade of Protesting Mad Co-Signers; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Moving Company; One Fine Day at the Pyramids; "Realistic" Mad Model Car Kits; The Mary Tailor-Made Show; Fold-In; Wanted For Murder! Joe Pusher. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #20A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 20A

    Includes Bonus "Give 'Em Hell" Election Stickers. Cover by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Arnie Kogen, Dick DeBartolo, Lloyd Gola, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Don Epstein, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Marcelle Pesek, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, Irving Schild, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A parody of the classic movie The Godfather, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at movie cliches. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Don Martin "Give 'Em Hell" Election Stickers, pre-glued, perforated stamps featuring Don Martin images related to the 1976 election year in a full-color, attached fold-out. A Grim Fairy Tale; The Odd Father; If Other Magazines Copied Cosmopolitan's "Sex" Formula; Don Martin Looks at Cavemen; The Mad Religion in America Primer; Mad Postcards from Mad Vacationers; The Lighter Side of Air Travel; The Enterprising Young Amazon; You Know You're Really Divorced When...; Don Martin "Give 'Em Hell" Election Stickers; PRO-fitable Football News Magazine; A Mad Look at Hunting; The Art of Writing Home For Money; One Busy Day in a Highway Restaurant; A Mad Guide to "TV Late Show" Cliche Movie Props; Snappy Answers to Stupid TV Commercials; Mad's Simplified ABC Method of Bulling Your Way Through Election Campaigns; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at Your Local Power & Light Company; One Day at the Bullfights; Howard at the Mike; A Mad Look at Service Stations; The Lighter Side of Summer Activities; Distinctive Birth Announcements; Miracle Center; One Tuesday Morning; Fold-In; America's Final Cigarette Break. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #20B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 20B
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • Discounted from $2.00.

    Does NOT Include Bonus "Give 'Em Hell" Election Stickers. Cover by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Arnie Kogen, Dick DeBartolo, Lloyd Gola, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Don Epstein, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Marcelle Pesek, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, Irving Schild, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A parody of the classic movie The Godfather, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at movie cliches. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. A Grim Fairy Tale; The Odd Father; If Other Magazines Copied Cosmopolitan's "Sex" Formula; Don Martin Looks at Cavemen; The Mad Religion in America Primer; Mad Postcards from Mad Vacationers; The Lighter Side of Air Travel; The Enterprising Young Amazon; You Know You're Really Divorced When...; PRO-fitable Football News Magazine; A Mad Look at Hunting; The Art of Writing Home For Money; One Busy Day in a Highway Restaurant; A Mad Guide to "TV Late Show" Cliche Movie Props; Snappy Answers to Stupid TV Commercials; Mad's Simplified ABC Method of Bulling Your Way Through Election Campaigns; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at Your Local Power & Light Company; One Day at the Bullfights; Howard at the Mike; A Mad Look at Service Stations; The Lighter Side of Summer Activities; Distinctive Birth Announcements; Miracle Center; One Tuesday Morning; Fold-In; America's Final Cigarette Break. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 p Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #21A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 21A

    Includes Bonus Nostalgic Mad Comic. Cover pencils by John Severin and Bill Elder. "Woman Wonder!", pencils by Bill Elder; A parody of Wonder Woman; comic book insert. "Stalag 18!", script by Harvey Kurtzman, art by Wally Wood; Spoof of motion picture "Stalag 17"; comic book insert. "Melvin," script by Harvey Kurtzman, pencils by John Severin; Spoof of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan of the Apes; comic book insert. "Antenna on the Roof," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Mort Drucker; The musical "Fiddler on the Roof" is updated to contemporary times and transplanted into American suburbia. "New Power Tools for the Home Craftsman," script and art by Don Martin. "The Mad Guide to Political Types," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Includes liberals, leftists, conservatives, reactionaries, right-wing militants, and new left extremists. "Spy vs. Spy" by Anthony Prohias. "The Lighter Side of ... Week-ends," script and art by Dave Berg. "One Fairly Nice Day Downtown," script and art by Don Martin; A man decides to step on an ant, to his regret. "Ads That Turn People Off," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke; Examples of print ads that don't exactly put the product in the best light. "A Mad Look at ... TV Sports Interviews--Past, Present & Future," script by Tom Koch, art by Jack Davis. "Mad's Educator of the Year," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Paul Coker, Jr. "Typical Sports Movies, Past and Present," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Jack Davis. "When Watching Television, You Can Be Sure of Seeing ...," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Angelo Torres; Examples of the predictability of television fare. "A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes in a Department Store at Christmastime," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by George Woodbridge. "The Mad Christmas Hate Book," script and art by Al Jaffee. "The Lighter Side of ... Commuting," script and art by Dave Berg. "Clodumbo," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Angelo Torres; Parody of the TV show "Columbo"; a police detective solves crimes by being a general pest and driving suspects into confessing out of self-defense. 112 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #21B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 21B

    Does NOT Include Bonus Nostalgic Mad Comic. Cover pencils by John Severin and Bill Elder. "Woman Wonder!", pencils by Bill Elder; A parody of Wonder Woman; comic book insert. "Stalag 18!", script by Harvey Kurtzman, art by Wally Wood; Spoof of motion picture "Stalag 17"; comic book insert. "Melvin," script by Harvey Kurtzman, pencils by John Severin; Spoof of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan of the Apes; comic book insert. "Antenna on the Roof," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Mort Drucker; The musical "Fiddler on the Roof" is updated to contemporary times and transplanted into American suburbia. "New Power Tools for the Home Craftsman," script and art by Don Martin. "The Mad Guide to Political Types," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Includes liberals, leftists, conservatives, reactionaries, right-wing militants, and new left extremists. "Spy vs. Spy" by Anthony Prohias. "The Lighter Side of ... Week-ends," script and art by Dave Berg. "One Fairly Nice Day Downtown," script and art by Don Martin; A man decides to step on an ant, to his regret. "Ads That Turn People Off," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke; Examples of print ads that don't exactly put the product in the best light. "A Mad Look at ... TV Sports Interviews--Past, Present & Future," script by Tom Koch, art by Jack Davis. "Mad's Educator of the Year," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Paul Coker, Jr. "Typical Sports Movies, Past and Present," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Jack Davis. "When Watching Television, You Can Be Sure of Seeing ...," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Angelo Torres; Examples of the predictability of television fare. "A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes in a Department Store at Christmastime," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by George Woodbridge. "The Mad Christmas Hate Book," script and art by Al Jaffee. "The Lighter Side of ... Commuting," script and art by Dave Berg. "Clodumbo," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Angelo Torres; Parody of the TV show "Columbo"; a police detective solves crimes by being a general pest and driving suspects into confessing out of self-defense. 112 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #22A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 22A

    Includes Bonus Diplomas and Awards. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Don (Duck) Edwing, Tom Koch, Paul Peter Porges, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Arnie Kogen, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Dave Berg, Lou Silverstone, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the endless Planet of the Apes sequel movies, featuring art by Mort Drucker, and the TV series Kung Fu. A Mad look at high school yearbooks and wedding announcements. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Diplomas and Awards, pull-out 8-in. x 10-in. spoof certificates, such as a license to live together, and a lifetime achievement award for housework. A Moving Jungle Tale; The Milking of The Planet That Went Ape; Graffiti Through History; One Day in the North Woods; The Mad Car-Owners Hate Book; The Lighter Side of Spectators; One Afternoon in Switzerland; Rewriting Your Way to a PH.D; Spy vs. Spy; A Mad Look at Weddings; 16 Diplomas, Certificates and Other Mad Awards; Mad's Corporate Ecologist of the Year; One Evening at a Masquerade Party; Planned Obsolescence in Everyday Products; Protest Songs for Life's Everyday Complaints; One Day on the Highway; A High School Year Book That Tells It Like it Really Is; The Shadow Knows; Distinctive Wedding Announcements; One Afternoon in the Northwest Territory; The Lighter Side of Permissiveness; One Fine Day During the Civil War; Magazines for Neglected Sports; When All Businesses Rely on Sales Promotion Gimmicks; Kung Fool; Fold-In; Keep America Beautiful. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #22B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 22B

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    Does NOT Include Bonus Diplomas and Awards. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Don (Duck) Edwing, Tom Koch, Paul Peter Porges, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Arnie Kogen, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Dave Berg, Lou Silverstone, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the endless Planet of the Apes sequel movies, featuring art by Mort Drucker, and the TV series Kung Fu. A Mad look at high school yearbooks and wedding announcements. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. A Moving Jungle Tale; The Milking of The Planet That Went Ape; Graffiti Through History; One Day in the North Woods; The Mad Car-Owners Hate Book; The Lighter Side of Spectators; One Afternoon in Switzerland; Rewriting Your Way to a PH.D; Spy vs. Spy; Mad's Corporate Ecologist of the Year; One Evening at a Masquerade Party; Planned Obsolescence in Everyday Products; Protest Songs for Life's Everyday Complaints; One Day on the Highway; A High School Year Book That Tells It Like it Really Is; The Shadow Knows; Distinctive Wedding Announcements; One Afternoon in the Northwest Territory; The Lighter Side of Permissiveness; One Fine Day During the Civil War; Magazines for Neglected Sports; When All Businesses Rely on Sales Promotion Gimmicks; Kung Fool; Fold-In; Keep America Beautiful. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #23A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 23A
    • Interior is complete.

    Includes Bonus Don Martin Stickers. Cover by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Bob Clarke, Dick DeBartolo, Lloyd Gola, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Don Epstein, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Jack Rickard, Angelo Torres, Marcelle Pesek, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, Larry Gore, Norman Mingo, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A parody of the classic Stanley Kubrick movie A Clockwork Orange. A Mad look at Tarzan, featuring Jack Davis art, and old songs get a feminist twist. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Don Martin Stickers, pre-glued, perforated stamps featuring Don Martin's distinctive sound effects in a full-color, attached fold-out. In an Agent's Office; A Crockwork Lemon; The Mad TV Viewers Hate Book; Future Enlistment Posters; The Lighter Side of Fun in the Sun; The Lighter Side of Leisure Time; One Night in a Living Room; Late One Night On a Dark and Scary Street; One Fine Day in the Life of Leonardo da Vinci; One Evening in Spain; One Day With a Wishbone; Middle Class Poverty Is…; Spy vs. Spy; You Know Its Really Summer when…; Relevant Job Applications; MADs Summer Camp Owner of the Year; Don't You Feel Like a Schmuck?!; MAD Rattlers; How Come on TV…?; Interpreting the News; A MAD Look at Tarzan; A Head Shop Supplies Catalog; Tell-Tale Comic Strip Balloons; A Modern Fairy Tale; Old Standards Rewritten for the Liberated Woman; You Never Can Win With a Bigot!; When All of TV Must Grant Equal Time; Fold-in; Heads You Lose! 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #23B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 23B

    Does NOT Include Bonus Don Martin Stickers. Cover by Don Martin. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Bob Clarke, Dick DeBartolo, Lloyd Gola, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Don Epstein, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Jack Rickard, Angelo Torres, Marcelle Pesek, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, Larry Gore, Norman Mingo, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A parody of the classic Stanley Kubrick movie A Clockwork Orange. A Mad look at Tarzan, featuring Jack Davis art, and old songs get a feminist twist. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. In an Agent's Office; A Crockwork Lemon; The Mad TV Viewers Hate Book; Future Enlistment Posters; The Lighter Side of Fun in the Sun; The Lighter Side of Leisure Time; One Night in a Living Room; Late One Night On a Dark and Scary Street; One Fine Day in the Life of Leonardo da Vinci; One Evening in Spain; One Day With a Wishbone; Middle Class Poverty Is…; Spy vs. Spy; You Know Its Really Summer when…; Relevant Job Applications; MADs Summer Camp Owner of the Year; Don't You Feel Like a Schmuck?!; MAD Rattlers; How Come on TV…?; Interpreting the News; A MAD Look at Tarzan; A Head Shop Supplies Catalog; Tell-Tale Comic Strip Balloons; A Modern Fairy Tale; Old Standards Rewritten for the Liberated Woman; You Never Can Win With a Bigot!; When All of TV Must Grant Equal Time; Fold-in; Heads You Lose! 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #24A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 24A

    Includes Bonus "Nostalgic Mad" Comic. Cover by Norm Mingo, Will Elder, Jack Davis, and Wally Wood. Stories and art by Harvey Kurtzman, Will Elder, Wally Wood, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Lou Silverstone, Robert Kaufman, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Don (Duck) Edwing, Mort Drucker, Arnie Kogen, Angelo Torres, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Tom Koch, George Hart, Max Brandel, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the movies The Poseidon Adventure and the TV show Maude, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Angelo Torres. An ecological horror film with art by Don Martin, and an update on the Wizard of Oz. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes pull-out bonus comic Nostalgic Mad #6, reprinting stories from the classic early comic that unleashed MAD upon the world, written by Harvey Kurtzman. This issue includes Jack Davis's private eye parody Kane Keen; Wally Wood's spoof of Flash Gordon; and Will Elder's masterful spoofs of puzzle pages and crime comics. Flesh Garden!; Puzzle Pages!; Kane Keen!; Mole!; The Poopsidedown Adventure; A Mad City Street Scene We'd Like to See / A Mad Suburban Street Scene We'd Like to See; One Fine Day on a Guided Tour of Mt. Rushmore; The Mad Motorists Guide to American Wildlife; Mad Interviews a Typical Liberal Family; Why Does it Always Happen That...; One Morning at a Bus Depot; Fairy Tales Continued or What Happened After They Lived Happily Ever After; What's in a Name? Part Two: Institutions; The Lighter Side of Corruption; One Morning in Marrakesh; Oz - Revisited - or...Let's Follow the Yellow Brick Road Again...If We Can!; A Mad Look at Karate; An Architectural Triumph; Yecch or "What a Waste!"; Spy vs. Spy; Mad "Bugs" the Insect World; The Lighter Side of Crime in the Streets; Late One Night in a Waterfront Tavern; Fortune Cookies That Are Relevant; A Mad Look at Two Grammar School Generations; Crime Foilers For the Average Citizen; One Day on a Transcontinental Jet; Bawde; Fold-In; Early One Morning in the Near Future. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #24B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 24B

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    Does NOT Include Bonus Nostalgic Mad Comic. Cover by Norm Mingo, Will Elder, Jack Davis, and Wally Wood. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Lou Silverstone, Robert Kaufman, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Don (Duck) Edwing, Mort Drucker, Arnie Kogen, Angelo Torres, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Tom Koch, George Hart, Max Brandel, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the movies The Poseidon Adventure and the TV show Maude, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Angelo Torres. An ecological horror film with art by Don Martin, and an update on the Wizard of Oz. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. The Poopsidedown Adventure; A Mad City Street Scene We'd Like to See / A Mad Suburban Street Scene We'd Like to See; One Fine Day on a Guided Tour of Mt. Rushmore; The Mad Motorists Guide to American Wildlife; Mad Interviews a Typical Liberal Family; Why Does it Always Happen That...; One Morning at a Bus Depot; Fairy Tales Continued or What Happened After They Lived Happily Ever After; What's in a Name? Part Two: Institutions; The Lighter Side of Corruption; One Morning in Marrakesh; Oz - Revisited - or...Let's Follow the Yellow Brick Road Again...If We Can!; A Mad Look at Karate; An Architectural Triumph; Yecch or "What a Waste!"; Spy vs. Spy; Mad "Bugs" the Insect World; The Lighter Side of Crime in the Streets; Late One Night in a Waterfront Tavern; Fortune Cookies That Are Relevant; A Mad Look at Two Grammar School Generations; Crime Foilers For the Average Citizen; One Day on a Transcontinental Jet; Bawde; Fold-In; Early One Morning in the Near Future. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #25A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 25A

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    Includes Bonus Posters. Cover by Don Martin and Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Bob Clarke, Mort Drucker, Stan Hart, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Arnie Kogen, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Jack Rickard, Angelo Torres, Lou Silverstone, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, Irving Schild, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the classic George Lucas movie American Graffiti and the musical My Fair Lady, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A spoof of heart-warming family drama The Waltons. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Don Martin Rock Music Posters, poster-sized prints of Don Martin's spoofs of classic rock stars, including Patti Smith, Stevie Wonder, Kiss and the Beatles. Scenes We'd Like to See - Pinocchio; American Confetti; One Sunday Morning on the Beach; The Mad Bowling Primer; Trademark Graffiti; You Know There's Something Fishy When...; The Lighter Side of Dieting; One Day in the City; Mad's Sure-Fire Cliche Killers; Remember When...; Don Martin "Rock Music" Posters (bonus insert); A Mad History of Sex; Mad Visits the "Realistic School of Medicine"; One Tuesday Afternoon After School; Wishful Thinking; The Dulltons; Spy vs. Spy; Clean Ads for Dirty Movies; A Mad Guide to Status Symbols; One Evening at a Cocktail Party; Picture Road Signs We'd Like to See; The Lighter Side of Minor Ailments; One Fine Evening in the Castle; Picture Road Signs for Everyday Situations; My Fair Laddie; One Dark Night in a Laboratory; Fold-In; Uncle Sam's Medical Report. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #25B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 25B
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • Discounted from $2.00.
    • Discounted from $2.00.

    Does NOT Include Bonus Posters. Cover by Don Martin and Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Bob Clarke, Mort Drucker, Stan Hart, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Arnie Kogen, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Jack Rickard, Angelo Torres, Lou Silverstone, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, Irving Schild, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the classic George Lucas movie American Graffiti and the musical My Fair Lady, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A spoof of heart-warming family drama The Waltons. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Scenes We'd Like to See - Pinocchio; American Confetti; One Sunday Morning on the Beach; The Mad Bowling Primer; Trademark Graffiti; You Know There's Something Fishy When...; The Lighter Side of Dieting; One Day in the City; Mad's Sure-Fire Cliche Killers; Remember When...; A Mad History of Sex; Mad Visits the "Realistic School of Medicine"; One Tuesday Afternoon After School; Wishful Thinking; The Dulltons; Spy vs. Spy; Clean Ads for Dirty Movies; A Mad Guide to Status Symbols; One Evening at a Cocktail Party; Picture Road Signs We'd Like to See; The Lighter Side of Minor Ailments; One Fine Evening in the Castle; Picture Road Signs for Everyday Situations; My Fair Laddie; One Dark Night in a Laboratory; Fold-In; Uncle Sam's Medical Report. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #26A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 26A

    Includes Bonus Record. Cover by Mort Drucker and Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Jan Van Wessum, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Don Epstein, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Norman Mingo, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Stan Hart, Lou Silverstone, Lloyd Gola, Max Brandel and Sergio Aragones, plus audio performances by Jane Gennard, Alfreida Norwood and Norm Blagman. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of 1970s film classics The Exorcist and Serpico, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at recycling (1970s-style) and May-December romances. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus "Makin' Out" Record, a detachable vinyl novelty disk featuring a comedy song about modern romance. Scenes We'd Like To See - The Frog Prince; The Ecchorcist; If People Were Labeled Like Products; One Morning in Surgery; The Lighter Side of The Energy Crisis; One Night in a Police Station; If the World of Yesterday Faced the Conditions of Today; The Mad Tennis Primer; Spy vs. Spy; Mad Academy Awards for Best Performances in Everyday Situations; "Makin' Out" (bonus record insert); "Makin' Out" (lyrics); Sure-Fire Ticket Deterrents for Frustrated Drivers; One Day in a Laboratory; McClod; Bible Rave Magazine; One Fine Day in the Arctic; Mad's "Karate Movie" Producer of the Year; Parental Non-Sequiturs; The Lighter Side of Hot Weather; A Mad Guide to Recycling Garbage; You Know You Married a Gal/Guy Who's Much Too Young/Old For You When...; One Evening at the Stamp Club Meeting; Serpicool; One Day at Notre Dame; Fold-In; Morality...Then and Now. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #26B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 26B
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    • Discounted from $2.00.

    Does NOT Include Bonus Record. Cover by Mort Drucker and Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Jan Van Wessum, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Don Epstein, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Norman Mingo, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Stan Hart, Lou Silverstone, Lloyd Gola, Max Brandel and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of 1970s film classics The Exorcist and Serpico, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at recycling (1970s-style) and May-December romances. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Scenes We'd Like To See - The Frog Prince; The Ecchorcist; If People Were Labeled Like Products; One Morning in Surgery; The Lighter Side of The Energy Crisis; One Night in a Police Station; If the World of Yesterday Faced the Conditions of Today; The Mad Tennis Primer; Spy vs. Spy; Mad Academy Awards for Best Performances in Everyday Situations; "Makin' Out" (lyrics); Sure-Fire Ticket Deterrents for Frustrated Drivers; One Day in a Laboratory; McClod; Bible Rave Magazine; One Fine Day in the Arctic; Mad's "Karate Movie" Producer of the Year; Parental Non-Sequiturs; The Lighter Side of Hot Weather; A Mad Guide to Recycling Garbage; You Know You Married a Gal/Guy Who's Much Too Young/Old For You When...; One Evening at the Stamp Club Meeting; Serpicool; One Day at Notre Dame; Fold-In; Morality...Then and Now. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #27A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 27A

    Summer 1979. Includes Bonus Mad Shock-Sticks Stickers. "A Mind-Blowing Incident," script and art by Sergio Aragonés; A man blow-drying his hair is mistaken for a man with a gun. "The Mad Plan for Foiling Obnoxious Sales and Business People," script by Larry Siegel, art by Angelo Torres; Six examples of how to deal with obnoxious salespeople. "Citizen's Arrests," script by Stan Hart, art by Jack Rickard; Humorous citizen's arrests for normal everyday happenings. "Public Service Announcements We Really Need," script by Tom Koch, art by Harry North. "Civil Service Exams," script by Stan Hart, art by Jack Rickard; Fake Civil Service exams. "8 James Bomb Bomb Movies," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of 8 James Bond films. "One Day on a Tennis Court," script and art by Don Martin. "Mad's Singles Only Resort Owner of the Year," script by Lou Silverstone, art by George Woodbridge. "Spy Vs Spy" by Antonio Prohías. "Unavoidable Exercises for the Urban Dweller," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Al Jaffee. "The Lighter Side of... Cold Weather," script and art by Dave Berg. "The Six Million Dollars, Man!", script by Lou Silverstone, art by Angelo Torres; In a parody of the TV series "The Six Million Dollar Man," an astronaut injured in an accident is given bionic implants and must rescue the surgeon who implanted them from his Soviet abductors. "The Lighter Side of... the High Cost of Living," script and art by Dave Berg. "1974 Hospital Supply Catalogue," script by Tom Koch, art by Bob Clarke. "The Zing," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "The Sting," two con men run an elaborate con on a crime boss in retaliation for the killing of one of the men's partner. 86 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #27B
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    June 1979. Does NOT Include Bonus Mad Shock-Sticks Stickers. "A Mind-Blowing Incident," script and art by Sergio Aragonés; A man blow-drying his hair is mistaken for a man with a gun. "The Mad Plan for Foiling Obnoxious Sales and Business People," script by Larry Siegel, art by Angelo Torres; Six examples of how to deal with obnoxious salespeople. "Citizen's Arrests," script by Stan Hart, art by Jack Rickard; Humorous citizen's arrests for normal everyday happenings. "Public Service Announcements We Really Need," script by Tom Koch, art by Harry North. "Civil Service Exams," script by Stan Hart, art by Jack Rickard; Fake Civil Service exams. "8 James Bomb Bomb Movies," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of 8 James Bond films. "One Day on a Tennis Court," script and art by Don Martin. "Mad's Singles Only Resort Owner of the Year," script by Lou Silverstone, art by George Woodbridge. "Spy Vs Spy" by Antonio Prohías. "Unavoidable Exercises for the Urban Dweller," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Al Jaffee. "The Lighter Side of... Cold Weather," script and art by Dave Berg. "The Six Million Dollars, Man!", script by Lou Silverstone, art by Angelo Torres; In a parody of the TV series "The Six Million Dollar Man," an astronaut injured in an accident is given bionic implants and must rescue the surgeon who implanted them from his Soviet abductors. "The Lighter Side of... the High Cost of Living," script and art by Dave Berg. "1974 Hospital Supply Catalogue," script by Tom Koch, art by Bob Clarke. "The Zing," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "The Sting," two con men run an elaborate con on a crime boss in retaliation for the killing of one of the men's partner. 86 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #28A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 28A

    Fall 1979. Includes Bonus Nostalgic Mad Comic. Cover art by Harvey Kurtzman, Bill Elder (Robinson Crusoe, Resturant! and Shermlock Shomes figures), Wally Wood (Prince Violent figure), and Jack Davis (Face Upon the Floor figure). "The Nostalgic Mad #7" cover reprint of MAD #4 by Harvey Kurtzman. "Robinson Crusoe!", script by Harvey Kurtzman, art by Will Elder; Parody of the novel Robinson Crusoe. "Prince Violent," script by Harvey Kurtzman, art by Wally Wood; Prince Violent pursues Maid Alota, hacking many a foe before meeting her. "Restaurant!", script by Harvey Kurtzman, art by Bill Elder; The deprivations the Sturdleys suffer at a typical Sunday restaurant outing. "The Face Upon the Floor!", script by Jack Davis (plot) and H. Antoine D'Arcy (original poem), art by Jack Davis and Basil Wolverton (final panel); An illustration of D'Arcy poem. "The Hound of the Basketballs!", script by Harvey Kurtzman, art by Bill Elder; Shermlock captures the hound that has cursed the Basketball family. "The Castaway," script and art by Sergio Argonès; A castaway on a desert island makes a boat. "Angel of Misery Hospital Orientation Guidebook & Official Souvenir Program," script by Tom Koch, art by Jack Rickard. "Mad's More Realistic City Monuments," script by Stan Hart, art by Bob Clarke. "The Towering Sterno," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; A satire of the movie "The Towering Inferno." "Don Martin Escapes ...From Prison... Almost!", script and art by Don Martin. "The Lighter Side of... Graduation," script and art by Dave Berg. 120 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #28B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 28B

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    Fall 1979. Does NOT Include Bonus Nostalgic Mad Comic. Cover art by Harvey Kurtzman, Bill Elder (Robinson Crusoe, Resturant! and Shermlock Shomes figures), Wally Wood (Prince Violent figure), and Jack Davis (Face Upon the Floor figure). "The Nostalgic Mad #7" cover reprint of MAD #4 by Harvey Kurtzman. "Robinson Crusoe!", script by Harvey Kurtzman, art by Will Elder; Parody of the novel Robinson Crusoe. "Prince Violent," script by Harvey Kurtzman, art by Wally Wood; Prince Violent pursues Maid Alota, hacking many a foe before meeting her. "Restaurant!", script by Harvey Kurtzman, art by Bill Elder; The deprivations the Sturdleys suffer at a typical Sunday restaurant outing. "The Face Upon the Floor!", script by Jack Davis (plot) and H. Antoine D'Arcy (original poem), art by Jack Davis and Basil Wolverton (final panel); An illustration of D'Arcy poem. "The Hound of the Basketballs!", script by Harvey Kurtzman, art by Bill Elder; Shermlock captures the hound that has cursed the Basketball family. "The Castaway," script and art by Sergio Argonès; A castaway on a desert island makes a boat. "Angel of Misery Hospital Orientation Guidebook & Official Souvenir Program," script by Tom Koch, art by Jack Rickard. "Mad's More Realistic City Monuments," script by Stan Hart, art by Bob Clarke. "The Towering Sterno," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; A satire of the movie "The Towering Inferno." "Don Martin Escapes ...From Prison... Almost!", script and art by Don Martin. "The Lighter Side of... Graduation," script and art by Dave Berg. 120 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #29A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 29A

    Winter 1979. Includes Bonus Posters. "Scenes We'd Like To See," script by Don Edwing, art by Don Martin; The princess get a surprise when she kisses a frog and it becomes a prince. "Jaw'd," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Jaws," a local sheriff teams with a foul-mouthed fisherman and a nerdy ichthyologist to catch a shark menacing the local beach. "More Modern Fairy Tales," script by Don Reilly, art by Paul Coker, Jr.; Six "Modern" fairly tales: The Man Of The People, The Wise Carriage Makers, The Generous Minstrels, The Rescue, The Author and The Careful Chemist. "A Mad Look At Sharks," script and art by Sergio Aragonés. "The Lighter Side Of... Anxiety," script and art by Dave Berg. "One Day In South Dakota," script and art by Don Martin; A lumberjack helps work on Mount Rushmore. "Photo-Monotony," script by Dick DeBartolo, photos by Irving Schild; A humorous look at a photography magazine. Pull-out section to cut up and make into a display for your wall, script and art by Don Martin. "Headlines of the Insect World," script by Paul Peter Porges, art by Bob Clarke. "A Mad Look At... Model-Building," script and art by Sergio Aragonés; Humourous look at model kits. "The Mad Economics Primer," script by Stan Hart, art by Al Jaffee. "The Lighter Side Of... Summer Hazards," script and art by Dave Berg. "Mad's Obnoxious Sports Spectator of the Year," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Jack Davis. "The Mad Handbook of House-Guesting," script by Paul Peter Porges, art by Jack Davis. "Kojerk," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Angelo Torres; In a parody of the TV series "Kojak," a Manhattan police detective tries to solve crimes in between being stylish and lovable. 84 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #29B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 29B

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    Winter 1979. Does NOT Include Bonus Posters. "Scenes We'd Like To See," script by Don Edwing, art by Don Martin; The princess get a surprise when she kisses a frog and it becomes a prince. "Jaw'd," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Jaws," a local sheriff teams with a foul-mouthed fisherman and a nerdy ichthyologist to catch a shark menacing the local beach. "More Modern Fairy Tales," script by Don Reilly, art by Paul Coker, Jr.; Six "Modern" fairly tales: The Man Of The People, The Wise Carriage Makers, The Generous Minstrels, The Rescue, The Author and The Careful Chemist. "A Mad Look At Sharks," script and art by Sergio Aragonés. "The Lighter Side Of... Anxiety," script and art by Dave Berg. "One Day In South Dakota," script and art by Don Martin; A lumberjack helps work on Mount Rushmore. "Photo-Monotony," script by Dick DeBartolo, photos by Irving Schild; A humorous look at a photography magazine. Pull-out section to cut up and make into a display for your wall, script and art by Don Martin. "Headlines of the Insect World," script by Paul Peter Porges, art by Bob Clarke. "A Mad Look At... Model-Building," script and art by Sergio Aragonés; Humourous look at model kits. "The Mad Economics Primer," script by Stan Hart, art by Al Jaffee. "The Lighter Side Of... Summer Hazards," script and art by Dave Berg. "Mad's Obnoxious Sports Spectator of the Year," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Jack Davis. "The Mad Handbook of House-Guesting," script by Paul Peter Porges, art by Jack Davis. "Kojerk," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Angelo Torres; In a parody of the TV series "Kojak," a Manhattan police detective tries to solve crimes in between being stylish and lovable. 84 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #30
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 30

    "Lover's Story," art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Love Story," a rich college boy romances an ethnic girl below his social station in spite of pressure from his parents, and then she dies--beautifully. "At A Matinee," script and art by Don Martin; A man speaks up when he can't see the movie because of what he thinks are two lovers making out in front of him at the theater. "Hollywood Surplus Sale," script by Earle Doud, art by George Woodbridge; Humorous uses for movie props. "Airplot," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the movie Airplane. "The $ound of Money," script by Stan Hart, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the movie The Sound of Music. "Balmy and Clod," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the movie Bonnie and Clyde. "The Mad Drive-In Movie Primer," script by Larry Siegel, art by George Woodbridge; 10 lessons on going to a drive-in movie. "The Poopside Down Adventure," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the movie "The Poseidon Adventure." "New Movie Monsters from the Medical World," script by E. Nelson Bridwell, art by Jack Rickard; Monster Movie style posters based on things that happen in the Medical profession. "Put On," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the movie Patton. "What's the Connection?", script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "The French Connection," a racist, violent narcotics detective tries to arrest the members of a drug-smuggling ring. "A Mad Guide to TV Late Show Cliché Movie Props," script by Paul Peter Porges, art by Angelo Torres. "Botch Casually and the Somedunce Kid," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. "A Mad Look at Movie Monsters," script and art by Sergio Aragonés. "201: A Space Idiocy," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the movie 2001 A Space Odyssey. 120 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #31A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 31A

    Includes Bonus Record. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Don (Duck) Edwing, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Tom Koch, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Irving Schild, Lou Silverstone, Lloyd Gola, and Sergio Aragones, plus audio performances by Bobby Alto, Buddy Mantia, Kinny Landrum and Norm Blagman. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A parody of 1970s film classic The Godfather Part II, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at guidance counselors and Sports Illustrated. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus " It's a Super-Spectacular Day" Record, a detachable vinyl novelty disk that switches between eight possible endings when played on a phonograph record music player. Another Day in the Jungle; The Odd Father Part, Too!; Don Martin Beats the High Cost of Gasoline; Additions to the Dictionary; You Know You're Really a Pet Owner When...; The Lighter Side of Chores; One Morning on an Assembly Line; It Ain't Fair When...; Pollution Alert; Young Sports Illustrated Magazine; A Mad Look at Commuting; The Mad Mystery Record - "It's a Super-Spectacular Day"; Spy vs. Spy; Mad's Recession Mother Goose; One Fine Day in Suburbia; A Mad Look at Burial at Sea; TV Disclaimers We'd Like to See; Footnotes* to Football; Some Real Life Scenes We'd Like to See; What is a Guidance Counselor?; The Lighter Side of The Fast Food Craze; A Modern Business Success Story; One Beautiful Evening Last May; How Many Mistakes Can You Find in this Picture?; Mad's College Football Coach of the Year; Other Betting Pools; A Mad Look at Backpacking; One Saturday Night at the North Pole; Barnacle Groans; Fold-In; Here's Looking at You, Kid! 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #31B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 31B

    Does NOT Include Bonus Record. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Don (Duck) Edwing, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Tom Koch, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Irving Schild, Lou Silverstone, Lloyd Gola, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A parody of 1970s film classic The Godfather Part II, featuring art by Mort Drucker. A Mad look at guidance counselors and Sports Illustrated. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Another Day in the Jungle; The Odd Father Part, Too!; Don Martin Beats the High Cost of Gasoline; Additions to the Dictionary; You Know You're Really a Pet Owner When...; The Lighter Side of Chores; One Morning on an Assembly Line; It Ain't Fair When...; Pollution Alert; Young Sports Illustrated Magazine; A Mad Look at Commuting; Spy vs. Spy; Mad's Recession Mother Goose; One Fine Day in Suburbia; A Mad Look at Burial at Sea; TV Disclaimers We'd Like to See; Footnotes* to Football; Some Real Life Scenes We'd Like to See; What is a Guidance Counselor?; The Lighter Side of The Fast Food Craze; A Modern Business Success Story; One Beautiful Evening Last May; How Many Mistakes Can You Find in this Picture?; Mad's College Football Coach of the Year; Other Betting Pools; A Mad Look at Backpacking; One Saturday Night at the North Pole; Barnacle Groans; Fold-In; Here's Looking at You, Kid! 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #32A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 32A

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    Includes Bonus "Nostalgic Mad" Comic. Cover by Norm Mingo, Harvey Kurtzman, Will Elder, Jack Davis, and Wally Wood. Stories and art by Harvey Kurtzman, Will Elder, Wally Wood, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Marylin D'Amico, Larry Siegel, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, David Reagan, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Tom Koch, Stan Hart, Max Brandel, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the movie Dog Day Afternoon and the TV show The Bionic Woman, featuring art by Mort Drucker. If "Star Trek" was a musical. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes pull-out bonus comic Nostalgic Mad #8, reprinting stories from the classic early comic that unleashed MAD upon the world, written by Harvey Kurtzman. This issue includes Jack Davis's take on slow-motion cameras; Wally Wood's vampire spoof; Will Elder's parodies of the comic strips Popeye and Gasoline Alley; and his version of Poe's classic poem The Raven. Poopeye!; Slow Motion!; The Raven!; V-Vampires!; Gasoline Valley!; Keep on Trekin' (A Mad Musical); One Day Last April; Lawsuits We'd Like to See; The Lighter Side of Making Extra Money; Late One Afternoon in a Doctor's Office; Some Useful Mad Gadgets for Slob-Proofing Your Home; Spy vs. Spy; Mad's Academy Awards for Public Servants; One Fine Morning in a Play Pen; A Mad Guide to The Modern American Class System; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at the Major Oil Companies; A Collection of Paired Mad Thick & Thin Books; Dum-Dum Afternoon; One Fine Day Downtown; Great Moments in Bad Timing; The Alfred E. Neuman University Competitive Hard-Sell 1976 Catalogue; Infractions We'd Like to See Called in Everyday Life; Early One Morning on a Desert Island Mad Shoulder Patches; The Lighter Side of Noise; Great Poems Rewritten to Reflect the Freaky, Greedy, Rotten World of Today; An Advertisement; The Moronic Woman; Fold-In; If It Wasn't for Winsom, I Wouldn't Smoke. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #32B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 32B

    Does NOT Include Bonus Nostalgic Mad Comic. Cover by Norm Mingo, Harvey Kurtzman, Will Elder, Jack Davis, and Wally Wood. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Marylin D'Amico, Larry Siegel, Jack Davis, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, David Reagan, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Tom Koch, Stan Hart, Max Brandel, Irving Schild and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the movie Dog Day Afternoon and the TV show The Bionic Woman, featuring art by Mort Drucker. If "Star Trek" was a musical... Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Keep on Trekin' (A Mad Musical); One Day Last April; Lawsuits We'd Like to See; The Lighter Side of Making Extra Money; Late One Afternoon in a Doctor's Office; Some Useful Mad Gadgets for Slob-Proofing Your Home; Spy vs. Spy; Mad's Academy Awards for Public Servants; One Fine Morning in a Play Pen; A Mad Guide to The Modern American Class System; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at the Major Oil Companies; A Collection of Paired Mad Thick & Thin Books; Dum-Dum Afternoon; One Fine Day Downtown; Great Moments in Bad Timing; The Alfred E. Neuman University Competitive Hard-Sell 1976 Catalogue; Infractions We'd Like to See Called in Everyday Life; Early One Morning on a Desert Island Mad Shoulder Patches; The Lighter Side of Noise; Great Poems Rewritten to Reflect the Freaky, Greedy, Rotten World of Today; An Advertisement; The Moronic Woman; Fold-In; If It Wasn't for Winsom, I Wouldn't Smoke. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #33A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 33A

    Includes Bonus Stamps and Stickers. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Stan Hart, Dick DeBartolo, Lou Silverstone, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Norman Mingo, Alis Ellis, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A parody of the classic movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, featuring art by Mort Drucker. With the story "New Musicals Based on Big Movies," Mad once again proves itself to be several decades ahead of the curve. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Stamps and Stickers, pre-glued, perforated stamps celebrating Alfred E. Neuman's perennial appearances on American write-in ballots by announcing an actual presidential campaign, in a full-color, attached fold-out. More Scenes We'd Like to See - The Princess in the Tower; One Cuckoo Flew Over the Rest; Mad's Election-Year Mother Goose; One Day on the Highway; Mad's Packager of the Year; Spy vs. Spy; More Lawsuits We'd Like to See; The Lighter Side of Living Together; One Day at Mt. Rushmore; Some Mad Energy-Saving Devices; Alfred E. Neuman For President Stickers; A Mad History of Medicine; Once Upon a Time in the Black Hills of South Dakota; A Mad Look at the Beach; No Wonder We're All Screwed Up!; Early One Morning Downtown; Mad's Solutions to Big City Parking Problems; New Musicals Based on Big Movies; The Shadow Knows; One Fine Evening at a Recital; A Mad Look at The Tennis Set; The Lighter Side of The Summer Scene; One Afternoon Down Home; A Mad Look at Burps Through History; Barfetta; Fold-In; Let's Vote For Alfred E. Neuman For President - There Are Bigger Idiots Running! 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #33B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 33B

    Does NOT Include Bonus Stamps and Stickers. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Stan Hart, Dick DeBartolo, Lou Silverstone, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Norman Mingo, Alis Ellis, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A parody of the classic movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, featuring art by Mort Drucker. With the story "New Musicals Based on Big Movies," Mad once again proves itself to be several decades ahead of the curve. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. More Scenes We'd Like to See - The Princess in the Tower; One Cuckoo Flew Over the Rest; Mad's Election-Year Mother Goose; One Day on the Highway; Mad's Packager of the Year; Spy vs. Spy; More Lawsuits We'd Like to See; The Lighter Side of Living Together; One Day at Mt. Rushmore; Some Mad Energy-Saving Devices; A Mad History of Medicine; Once Upon a Time in the Black Hills of South Dakota; A Mad Look at the Beach; No Wonder We're All Screwed Up!; Early One Morning Downtown; Mad's Solutions to Big City Parking Problems; New Musicals Based on Big Movies; The Shadow Knows; One Fine Evening at a Recital; A Mad Look at The Tennis Set; The Lighter Side of The Summer Scene; One Afternoon Down Home; A Mad Look at Burps Through History; Barfetta; Fold-In; Let's Vote For Alfred E. Neuman For President - There Are Bigger Idiots Running! 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #34
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 34

    Special Television Issue. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Stan Hart, Dick DeBartolo, Lou Silverstone, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Arnie Kogen, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Earle Doud, Ronald Axe, Sol Weinstein, Lois Carpenter, Gary Belkin, Stan Hart, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Joe Orlando, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Special, later known as the Super Special, reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the classic TV series Star Trek, The Six Million Dollar Man, All in the Family, and Batman, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Angelo Torres. A one-page Mission Impossible spoof written by the legendary Chevy Chase, one of his first forays into professional comedy. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and early Don Martin cartoons. Star Blecch; Genteel Ben; How-Are-Ya-Five-O?; Fold-In; Late Night TV Roulette; A CBS-TV Summer Memo to The Smothered Brothers; Bananaz; A TV Ad We'd Like to See; Football "In Depth; Mission: Ridiculous; Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself TV Premiere; The Infernal Triangle; Mad Looks at a Typical Kiddie TV Show; The Six Million Dollars, Man!; If "Peanuts" Were a Weekly TV Series; Commercial Roulette; Hokum's Heroes; Mad's "TV Game Show" Originator of the Year; Gall in the Family Fare; If TV Shows Were Actually Like Their Capsuled Descriptions; Mad's Reality Street; A Mad Guide to "Do-It-Yourself" TV Repairs; Bats-Man; A TV Ad We'd Like To See - The Shill Gasoline Commercial; The Television Studio. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 80 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #35A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 35A

    Summer 1981. Includes Bonus Stickers. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Stan Hart, Dick DeBartolo, Lou Silverstone, Frank Jacobs, Larry Sharp, Jerry DeFuccio, John Caldwell, Arnie Kogen, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Bob Clarke, Tony Garcia, Alis Ellis, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the classic Watergate film All the President's Men and the TV show Happy Days, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Angelo Torres. Mad predicts where 1970s celebrities will be in 1996. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Window Stickers, pre-glued, perforated stamps with satirical messages, in a full-color, attached fold-out. More Scenes We'd Like to See - The Frog Prince; Gall of the President's Men; Late One Afternoon at the Warsaw Dike; Has Anybody Ever Really Heard...; Where Else But on TV...?; The Lighter Side of Grooming; Spy vs. Spy; Mad Penny-Pinching Hints; One Fine Afternoon in a Gym; Mad's Nice Graffiti; The Cockroach; The Neuman Book of World Records That Led to Lesser-Known Follow-Up Records; Mad Car & Home Window Stickers; A Mad Look at 50 Years of College Life in America; Mad's First and Probably Last Reader Survey; What's the Story...?; Getting Involved; Whatever Became of...? (Stars of the 1970s in 1996); What's Worse Than...?; If TV Commercials Told Us Everything; Late One Afternoon Last January; Mad's Traffic Commissioner of the Year; A Mad Gallery of People It's Hard to Feel Sorry For; Other Forms of Malpractice Insurance; Take It With a Grain of Salt When...; The Lighter Side of Consumers; One Fine Day at the Corner of South Finster Boulevard and Fonebone Street; Christmas Carols for the 1976 Holiday Season; Crappy Days; Fold-In; Fish or Foul? 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #35B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 35B

    Summer 1981. Does NOT Include Bonus Stickers. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Stan Hart, Dick DeBartolo, Lou Silverstone, Frank Jacobs, Larry Sharp, Jerry DeFuccio, John Caldwell, Arnie Kogen, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Bob Clarke, Tony Garcia, Alis Ellis, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the classic Watergate film All the President's Men and the TV show Happy Days, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Angelo Torres. Mad predicts where 1970s celebrities will be in 1996. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. More Scenes We'd Like to See - The Frog Prince; Gall of the President's Men; Late One Afternoon at the Warsaw Dike; Has Anybody Ever Really Heard...; Where Else But on TV...?; The Lighter Side of Grooming; Spy vs. Spy; Mad Penny-Pinching Hints; One Fine Afternoon in a Gym; Mad's Nice Graffiti; The Cockroach; The Neuman Book of World Records That Led to Lesser-Known Follow-Up Records; A Mad Look at 50 Years of College Life in America; Mad's First and Probably Last Reader Survey; What's the Story...?; Getting Involved; Whatever Became of...? (Stars of the 1970s in 1996); What's Worse Than...?; If TV Commercials Told Us Everything; Late One Afternoon Last January; Mad's Traffic Commissioner of the Year; A Mad Gallery of People It's Hard to Feel Sorry For; Other Forms of Malpractice Insurance; Take It With a Grain of Salt When...; The Lighter Side of Consumers; One Fine Day at the Corner of South Finster Boulevard and Fonebone Street; Christmas Carols for the 1976 Holiday Season; Crappy Days; Fold-In; Fish or Foul? 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #36
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 36

    "Comic Strips They'd Really Like to Do," script by Charles Schulz, Walt Kelly, Allen Saunders, Mort Walker, and Mell Lazarus, art by Charles Schulz, Walt Kelly, Ken Ernst, Mort Walker, and Mell Lazarus; satires of each creators strip. "If Comic Strip Characters Answered Those Little Ads," art by Wally Wood. "The Mad Comic Opera," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; A parody of Broadway musicals using comic strip characters; Rex Morgan has kidnapped Annie and intends to remove her unique eyes, but Sandy leads Dick Tracy and Tarzan to a rescue, which is aided by Snuffy Smith. "Adult TV Cartoons," script by Al Jaffee, art by Wally Wood. "Will Success Spoil Charlie Brown?", script by Larry Siegel, art by Jack Rickard. "Don Martin Looks at Spider-Man," script and art by Don Martin. "Comicland," script by Frank Jacobs and E. Nelson Bridwell, art by Wally Wood; featuring Orphan Annie, Sandy, Prince Valiant, Superman, Donald Duck, Charlie Brown, Little Lulu, and others. "If Comic Characters Were Psychoanalyzed," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke. "A Mad Look at Super Heroes," script and art by Sergio Aragones; featuring Superman, Wonder Woman, Plastic Man, Batman, Billy Batson (Captain Marvel), Flash, Captain America, Spider-Man, Thor, and Green Lantern. "Misery Is a Cold Hot Dog," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke; Famous comic strip characters illustrate various examples of miserable situations. "If Comic Strip Characters Behaved Like Ordinary People," script by Al Jaffee, art by Wally Wood. "If Famous Authors Wrote the Comics," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Wally Wood; What if Paddy Chayefsky wrote Donald Duck, Gilbert & Sullivan wrote Dick Tracy, Rudyard Kipling wrote Peanuts, etc.? "If the World's Great Painters Drew the Comics," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Jack Rickard; Comics drawn in the styles of Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Grant Wood, Millet, Rousseau, and Whistler. "Future Educational Comic Pamphlets," script by Larry Siegel, art by Wally Wood. "A Mad Look at Superman," script by Don Edwing, art by Don Martin. "Comics for Publications That Don't Have Comics," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke; If comic strips had their content adjusted for niche publications. "If Comic Strip Characters Were as Old as Their Strips," script by Earle Doud, art by Wally Wood. 100 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #37A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 37A

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    Winter 1981. Includes Bonus Mad Map of the U.S.A. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Stan Hart, Dick DeBartolo, Lou Silverstone, Frank Jacobs, Marc Bilgrey, Antonio Prohias, Harry North, Esq., Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Bob Clarke, Bob Jones, Norman Mingo, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A spoof of the 1976 King Kong remake, plus Don Martin and Sergio Aragones give their own versions of Kong. Parodies of the classic suspense film Marathon Man and the TV show Charlie's Angels, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Angelo Torres. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Mad Map of the U.S.A, a poster-sized cartoon map of the US by Sergio Aragones, in a full-color, attached fold-out. One Night in the Big City; King Korn; One Night on Skull Island; A Mad Look at King Kong; Famous People's Telephone Answering Machine Messages; Inventions We'd Like to See; You Don't Give a %#*&!*? What Other People Think When...; The Lighter Side of Winning; Early One Morning In South America; We'd Like to See the Day When...; A Mad Look at Sun 'N' Surf; A Mad Pictorial Map of the United States; If Today's Sex Symbols Weren't in Show Biz; Zappy Endings We'd Like to See; One Tuesday Morning on Main Street; Mad's Religious Cult Leader of the Year; American Jokes They're Telling in Poland; Mad's Realistic Board Game: Hospital; Marathon Mess; One Day in Egypt; Casey at the Talks; The Lighter Side of Mornings; One Morning in a Courtroom; Top Secret Minutes of Top Secret Meetings; When You're Poor...and...When You're Rich; Spy vs. Spy; Churlie's Angles; One Wednesday Evening in a Restaurant Men's Room; Fold-In; I Want, Too? 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #37B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 37B

    Winter 1981. Does NOT Include Bonus Mad Map of the U.S.A. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Stan Hart, Dick DeBartolo, Lou Silverstone, Frank Jacobs, Marc Bilgrey, Antonio Prohias, Harry North, Esq., Paul Coker, Jr., Paul Peter Porges, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Bob Clarke, Bob Jones, Norman Mingo, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, Jack Davis and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A spoof of the 1976 King Kong remake, plus Don Martin and Sergio Aragones give their own versions of Kong. Parodies of the classic suspense film Marathon Man and the TV show Charlie's Angels, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Angelo Torres. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. One Night in the Big City; King Korn; One Night on Skull Island; A Mad Look at King Kong; Famous People's Telephone Answering Machine Messages; Inventions We'd Like to See; You Don't Give a %#*&!*? What Other People Think When...; The Lighter Side of Winning; Early One Morning In South America; We'd Like to See the Day When...; A Mad Look at Sun 'N' Surf; If Today's Sex Symbols Weren't in Show Biz; Zappy Endings We'd Like to See; One Tuesday Morning on Main Street; Mad's Religious Cult Leader of the Year; American Jokes They're Telling in Poland; Mad's Realistic Board Game: Hospital; Marathon Mess; One Day in Egypt; Casey at the Talks; The Lighter Side of Mornings; One Morning in a Courtroom; Top Secret Minutes of Top Secret Meetings; When You're Poor...and...When You're Rich; Spy vs. Spy; Churlie's Angles; One Wednesday Evening in a Restaurant Men's Room; Fold-In; I Want, Too? 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #38
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 38

    Spring 1982. Special Sports Issue. Cover by Sergio Aragones. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Larry Siegel, Tom Koch, Stan Hart, Dick DeBartolo, Paul Peter Porges, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Arnie Kogen, Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, William Garvin, Dean Norman, Jack Davis, Paul Coker Jr., Archie de Silva, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Joe Orlando, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A collection of Mad features based around sports, including rules for the legendary unplayable game 43-Man Squamish. Parodies of the classic sports films Rocky and The Longest Yard, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Angelo Torres. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. Early One Morning in the Near Future; Rockhead; The Mad Baseball Primer; Don Martin On the Golf Course; A Mad Look of Sports; You Know Youre Really a Football Fan When…; One Day at the Ocean; The Mad Game of Basebrawl; What Coaches Say… In Public… and… In Private; A Psalm For a Sabbath Morning; The Mad Ice Hockey Primer; A Mad Look at Hunting; Sports Typography; The Hunter; Surfing; Howard at the Mike; In the Locker Room; The Little League Hall of Fame; A Mad Look at the Joys of SCUBA Diving (A Study in Depth); A Sports Fans Garden of Verses; The Mad Gun Owners and Other Small Bores Primer; A Nostalgic Look at Sandlot Baseball; Mad Magazine Introduces 43-Man Squamish; A Mad Look at Bicycling; Outdoor Sports Indoors; The Sports Spectators Hall of Fame; One Night at the Fights; The Longest Yardbird; The Finish, Fold-In; One Day at the Beach. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #39A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 39A

    Summer 1982. Includes Bonus Mad Laugh Record. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Stan Hart, Don (Duck) Edwing, Lou Silverstone, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Harry North, Esq., Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Tom Koch, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Nick Meglin, Elaine Dunn, Jack Kent, Arnie Kogen, Bob Jones, Marylyn Ippolito, Jack Davis, and Sergio Aragones, plus audio performances by Mel Danis. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of 1970s film classics Network and The Omen, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Harry North, Esq. A spoof of the TV series Laverne & Shirley. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. Includes Bonus Mad Laugh Record, a detachable vinyl novelty disk that plays "A Mad Look at Graduation Day" when played on a phonograph record music player. The Castaway; The Omenous; Early One Morning Out on the Bay; A Mad Look at Winter; Mad Diplomacy in Everyday Life Situations; One Afternoon in Acapulco; Mad Death Announcements; The Lighter Side of Health Nuts; One Afternoon While Running an Errand; More What's the Story...?; The Mad Guide to Parental Hang-Ups; The Mad Laugh Record: "A Mad Look at Graduation Day"; When Members of Our Armed Forces Join a Union; Early One Morning In South America; Government Checks For Not Doing Anything; Lavoine & Shoiley; How Come You Worry About...When...; One Morning Back on Main Street; Mad's Academy Awards for Jocks; If Other Businesses Offered No-Frills Service; The Lighter Side of Afternoons; One Evening on a Rooftop in Texas; You're an Eternal Optimist If...; Spy vs. Spy; Testimonial Roasts for Ordinary People; The Mad Like...Love...Hate Book; One Monday Afternoon in a Downtown Jewelry Store; Nutwork; Fold-In; Mad Salutes the Automobile Industry. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #39B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 39B

    Summer 1982. Does NOT Include Bonus Mad Laugh Record. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Stan Hart, Don (Duck) Edwing, Lou Silverstone, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Antonio Prohias, Jack Rickard, Paul Coker, Jr., Harry North, Esq., Mort Drucker, Angelo Torres, Tom Koch, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Elaine Dunn, Jack Kent, Arnie Kogen, Bob Jones, Marylyn Ippolito, Jack Davis, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of 1970s film classics Network and The Omen, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Harry North. A spoof of the TV series Laverne & Shirley. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. The Castaway; The Omenous; Early One Morning Out on the Bay; A Mad Look at Winter; Mad Diplomacy in Everyday Life Situations; One Afternoon in Acapulco; Mad Death Announcements; The Lighter Side of Health Nuts; One Afternoon While Running an Errand; More What's the Story...?; The Mad Guide to Parental Hang-Ups; When Members of Our Armed Forces Join a Union; Early One Morning In South America; Government Checks For Not Doing Anything; Lavoine & Shoiley; How Come You Worry About...When...; One Morning Back on Main Street; Mad's Academy Awards for Jocks; If Other Businesses Offered "No-Frills" Service; The Lighter Side of Afternoons; One Evening on a Rooftop in Texas; You're an Eternal Optimist if...; Spy vs. Spy; Testimonial Roasts for Ordinary People; The Mad Like...Love...Hate Book; One Monday Afternoon in a Downtown Jewelry Store; Nutwork; Fold-In; Mad Salutes the Automobile Industry. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #40
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 40

    Fall 1982. Special Advertising Issue. Cover by Jack Rickard and Frank Frazetta. Stories and art by Frank Frazetta, Wally Wood, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Stan Hart, Larry Siegel, Sy Reit, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Jack Rickard, Earle Doud, John Putnam, Mort Drucker, Lester Krauss, Tom Koch, George Woodbridge, Gilbert Barnhill, Paul Laikin, Don Reilly, Joe Orlando, Irving Schild, Kelly Freas, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of magazine ads, TV commercials, and billboards through the years, featuring art by Wally Wood, Joe Orlando and Kelly Freas, among others. Mad's takedowns of movie ads, early targeted advertising, and nefarious hidden ads. Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. Includes 8-page color insert of vintage Mad bogus ads, including Ringo Starr as drawn by art legend Frank Frazetta (as seen on the cover in a Jack Rickard-retouched version), and a cameo by Mad publisher William Gaines. Lady Clinic Plastic Surgeons: Is it True... Blondes Have More Fun?; Trademark Graffiti; The Mad Madison Avenue Primer; While Strolling Through the City; Conniving Artists Schools; Mad's Do-It-Yourself Modern Movie Ads; Violent TV Commercials; Better Vision Business Association; The Mad Plan for Beating TV Commercial-Breaks; Yellow Pages - After You Let Your Fingers Do the Walking; How to Read a Resort Ad; When Advertising Takes Over Magazines Completely; New Ad Spaces; Color Insert of Ad Satires: Blecch Shampoos; Bilked Telephone System; Dee Cayers; The 60-Second Disappointment: Parloraid Color Pack Camera; Sucka Instant Coffee; Canadian Club: Alcoholics Anonymous; Park-David Great Moments in Medicine; Marble-Row Funeral Directors; If Magazine Ads Spoke the Language of the Magazines; Out West; TV Commercial Aids - or, How to Live With Television Commercials and Still Not Go Out of Your Ever Lovin' Mind; Feature By Feature Advertising; If There'd Been a Madison Avenue Down Through History; Unspoken Messages in TV Commercials; Aren't You Glad You Dial Correctly?; Advertising Space on Road Signs; Recruiting Posters Through History; One Fine Day While Touring Florida; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at an Ad Agency; Ads We Never Got to See: Volksbuggen - Pesky Import; Yellow Pages for Super Heroes; Hazards of Illuminated Signs; A Mad Guide to Classified Advertising Abbreviations; Gulp Says the Oil Corporations; The Subtle Science of Packaging; One Day Downtown; Contact Continuously Contagious Capsules; Carry-On Cigarettes. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #41
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 41

    "Jaw'd," script by Larry Siegel, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "Jaws," a local sheriff teams with a foul-mouthed fisherman and a nerdy ichthyologist to catch a shark menacing the local beach. "You Know It's Really Summer When...," script by Tom Koch, art by Jack Rickard; Humorous ways to tell when it's summer. "One Sunday Morning On The Beach," script and art by Don Martin; A lifeguard makes a unique beach ball. "The Mad Tennis Primer," script by Larry Siegel, art by Jack Davis. "The Lighter Side Of Summer Vacations," script and art by Dave Berg. "The Mad Guide To Power Boating," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Bob Clarke. "A Mad Look At Sky Diving," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Jack Davis. "Mad's Summer Camp Owner Of The Yearm," script by Larry Siegel, art by Paul Coker, Jr.; Howard Excell interviews Mr. Sidney Goldstar, the Summer Camp Owner Of The Year. "A Mad Peek Behind The Scenes At A Resort Hotel," script by Larry Siegel, art by Bob Clarke. "Make The Little Brats Cry... Uncle", script by Stan Hart, art by Jack Davis; A magazine for camp counselors. "The Typical Summer Resort Ad," script by Larry Siegel, art by Joe Orlando. "The Lighter Side Of Summer Romances," script and art by Dave Berg. "Fishing," script by Al Jaffee, art by Mort Drucker. "Sailing," script by Al Jaffee, art by Bob Clarke; Humorous look at Sailing, boats, terminology and others. "A Mad Look At Amusement Parks," script and art by Sergio Aragones. "Lust Boat," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Angelo Torres; Paraody of the TV show "Love Boat." 100 pgs., B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #42
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 42

    Spring 1983. Cops, Politicians, Teachers. Cover by Bob Clarke and Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Stan Hart, Larry Siegel, Larry Gore, Lou Silverstone, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Jack Rickard, Arnie Kogen, Paul Coker, Jr., Mort Drucker, Peter Andrews, Tom Koch, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Angelo Torres, Don (Duck) Edwing, William Garvin, Irving Schild, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the Clint Eastwood classic Dirty Harry, and the TV series Welcome Back Kotter, Barney Miller and Columbo, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Angelo Torres. Mad's takedowns of Nixon, guidance counselors, and Congress. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. Nixon Slipped Here; Dirty Larry; On the Subway; The Mad Politician's Primer; A Mad Look at Motorcycle Cops; While Hanging Around the Corner; Mad's Educator of the Year; Commemoratives to President Nixon; The Lighter Side of Cops; Mad's Simplified ABC Method of Bulling Your Way Through Election Campaigns; Welcome Back, Klodder; The Electrician; Letters to a Congressman That Were Answered by Form Letters From That Congressman; The Biology Professor; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a Service Station; The White House Follies of 1977; In an Alley; What is a Guidance Counselor?; The Lighter Side of Corruption; Blarney Miller; The Small Businessman; A Mad Look at Service Stations; The Private Eye; The Mad Academy Awards for Small Businessmen; Mad's Guaranteed Effective All-Occasion Non-Slanderous Political Smear Speech; An Early Morning Bathroom Scene; Modern Teacher Magazine; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at the U.S. Congress; One Night in a Police Station; How Bad Childhood Habits Can Help in a Congressional Career; Clodumbo; Fold-In; RonReagan. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #43
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 43

    Summer 1983. Horror, Sci-Fi, and Other Weird Things. Cover by Jack Rickard, Mort Kuntzler and Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Harvey Kurtzman, Will Elder, Wally Wood, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Stan Hart, Larry Siegel, Phil Hahn, Lou Silverstone, Dick DeBartolo, Harry North, Esq., E. Nelson Bridwell, Semi, Arnie Kogen, Paul Coker, Jr., Mort Drucker, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, Jack Davis, Joe Orlando, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Classic parodies of science fiction, horror and superhero stories going back to Mad's earliest years, featuring art by Harvey Kurtzman, Will Elder, Wally Wood, Joe Orlando and Jack Davis, among others. Star Wars, Superman, Frankenstein, Jaws, The Exorcist, The Planet of the Apes - none are safe. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. The Vampire; Star Roars; One Thursday Afternoon on the Moon; The Mad Horror Primer; Jaw'd, Too; New Movie Monsters From Everyday Life; One Dark Night in a Laboratory; Clod Encounters of the Absurd Kind; On the "Hunchback of Notre Dame" Set; Horror Movie Scenes We'd Like to See; Frank N. Stein!; A Mad Look at Star Wars; Around Noon on a Movie Set; The Milking of The Planet That Went Ape; Horrifying Cliches; One Day at a Seance; Yecch, or What a Waste!; The Werewolf; The Lighter Side of Fear; A Boy and His Chemistry Set; Hack, Hack, Sweet Has-Been or What Ever Happened to Good Taste?; Space Magazines; The Ecchorcist; Superduperman!; Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; Star Bores: The Empire Strikes Out; One Day at Notre Dame; Fold-In; Werewolf In Dog-Catcher's Truck. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #44
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 44

    Fall 1983. Sex, Love and Other Things Your Parents Are Against. Cover by Jack Rickard. Stories and art by Wally Wood, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Arnoldo Franchioni, Phil Hahn, Lou Silverstone, Larry Siegel, Dick DeBartolo, Jack Rickard, Jack Kent, Antonio Prohias, Arnie Kogen, Paul Laikin, Mort Drucker, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Angelo Torres, Kelly Freas, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Classic commentaries on American attitudes toward love and sex going back to the Sexual Revolution, featuring art by Wally Wood, Angelo Torres and Kelly Freas, among others. A spoof of the '70s TV sitcom Three's Company and the classic film Saturday Night Fever. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. One Day in the Comics Suburbs; Saturday Night Feeble; Greeting Cards for the Sexual Revolution; A Mad History of Sex; Fold-In; One Day in the Jungle; The Lighter Side of Sex; One Fine Evening in Lovers' Lane; A Mad Look at Sex Education in the Schools; Mad's "Singles Only" Resort Owner of the Year; One Day in the Garden of Eden; Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Dear John Letter; The Lighter Side of Love; Spy Vs. Spy; Blue Confessions; On the Elevator; The Evolution of Dating; Don Martin Takes a Look at the Rapunzel Fairy Tale; He's Company; Parloraid Land Camera; What is a Make-Out Man? 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #45
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 45

    Winter 1983. Book of Silly Nonsense. Cover by Kelly Freas and Don Martin. Stories and art by Basil Wolverton, Wally Wood, Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Don Epstein, Phil Hahn, Stan Hart, Paul Peter Porges, Dick DeBartolo, Jack Rickard, Don (Duck) Edwing, Frank Jacobs, Dean Norman, Larry Gore, Tom Hudson, William Garvin, Mort Drucker, Sy Reit, Antonio Prohias, Paul Coker, Jr., Jack Hanrahan, Bob Clarke, George Woodbridge, Dave Berg, Henry Clark, Jack Davis, Norman Mingo, Joe Orlando, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A smorgasbord of past articles and comics, featuring art by classic Mad artists Wally Wood, Jack Davis and Basil Wolverton, among others. Vintage Mad takedowns of celebrities, cliches and computers. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. Mad Solutions to Big City Doggie-Do Problems; In the Hospital; Answers to Children's Letters - From God; Mad's Cliche Killers; In a Las Vegas Hotel Lobby; Horrifying Cliches; Mad One-Time Use Products; The First Echo; Announcements for Everything; Visiting Day; Mad's Physical Fitness Program; A Mad Peek Through the Microscope; Mad's Cheap Revolutionary Way to Eat Out and Lose Weight!; A Mad Look at Burial at Sea; The Rejection Slip; Gambling in the Amazon; Shape-ly Mad Verse; Some Legendary Commodes; The Prophet; The Shadow Knows; A Mad Look at Tarzan...Today; The Rescue; Boy Scouts vs. Little Old Ladies; Stereotype-Casting By the Numbers; One Day in the Pasture; Mad Beastlies; Mad Goes to a Buffet Supper; Russian "Russian Roulette"; You Never Really Get Used To...; Candid Mad Snapshots of Historical Celebrities; In the Klondike; When the UPC Symbol Takes Over Completely; Wheelers and Dealers; The Turtle; Scenes We'd Like to See: The Doctor's Pronouncement; Mad's Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions; One Evening at Home; A Mad Look at Karate; Mad's Comprehensive Small Irritation Insurance; The Parting Shot; A Mad Look at Bugs 'N Worms 'N Things; An Architectural Triumph; Novelty Items for Practical-Joker Jocks; One Afternoon in Downtown Lourdes; Support Gun Control!; Composition Book Cover. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #46
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 46

    Spring 1984. The Movies II. Cover by Bob Clarke and Mort Drucker. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Stan Hart, Larry Siegel, Arnie Kogen, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Jack Rickard, Mike Snider, Harry Purvis, Mort Drucker, Bruce Stark, Paul Peter Porges, George Woodbridge, Paul Coker, Jr., Dave Berg, E. Nelson Bridwell, Joe Orlando, Jack Davis, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of movies through the years, including the first Godfather and Superman movies, the second Rocky movie, and classics The Sting, MASH, The Towering Inferno and The China Syndrome. Mad takedowns of movie ads, dirty movies, and movie heroes. Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. A Movie Scene We'd Like to See; The Odd Father; One Fine Day Downtown While Watching a Double Feature; Horror Movies Based on Everyday Disasters; Movie Heroes Are Finks; The Zing; Clean Ads for Dirty Movies; Mad's Karate Movie Producer of the Year; Mad's Late Show Cliche Movie Script: - The War Movie; Superduperman; Footnotes* to Hollywood; Ads For Movie Revivals; The Academy Awards Show We'd Like to See; On the Set; The Lighter Side of Going to the Movies; The Towering Sterno; New Movie Monsters from the Business World; M*I*S*H M*O*S*H; The China Sin-Dome; Movie Ads With Behind-the-Scenes Gossip; Mad's Movie Theater Owner of the Year; At the Movies; Rockhead II; Fold-In; One Day in Metropolis. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #47
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 47

    Summer 1984. Violence! Cover by Bob Clarke and Mort Drucker. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Stan Hart, Larry Siegel, Don (Duck) Edwing, Tom Koch, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Lou Silverstone, Jack Rickard, Jack Mendelsohn, Sy Reit, Mort Drucker, Bruce Day, Angelo Torres, George Woodbridge, Antonio Prohias, Nicky Zann, Dave Berg, E. Nelson Bridwell, Joe Orlando, Jack Davis, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of the movies Alien, Death Wish and A Clockwork Orange, all noted for their violence at the time of release. Spoofs of TV shows Starsky and Hutch and The Incredible Hulk, plus a look at TV violence. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. Scenes We'd Like to See; Death Wishers; Karate; Crime Foilers For the Average Citizen; Don Martin's Personal Experiences With New Power Tools for the Home Craftsman; Bluff that Mugger!; The Violence Trend on TV; More Specialized Self-Defense Books; Spy vs. Spy; Mad Looks at a Typical Kiddie TV Show; One Fairly Nice Day Downtown; Sergio Aragones Takes a Mad Look at Protest Demonstrations; An Eye-Popping Scene on a Corner; Harsky & Stutch; One Day in a Run-Down Shack; ABC's "Campus Riot of the Week"; One Day in a Hospital; Alias; The Lighter Side of Crime in the Streets; One Fine Day During the Civil War; The Incredible Bulk; One Night in a Living Room; The Mad Plan For Halting the Hijacking of Planes; Passionate Gun Love Magazine; Sure-Fire Burglar Deterrents; A Crockwork Lemon; Young Doctor Freen; Fold-In; City Plights. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #48
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 48

    Fall 1984. TV Chide. Cover by Richard Williams. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Stan Hart, Larry Siegel, Paul Peter Porges, Tom Koch, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Lou Silverstone, Jack Rickard, Harry North, Esq., Sy Reit, Arnie Kogen, Bruce Day, Angelo Torres, George Woodbridge, Antonio Prohias, Paul Coker, Jr., Dave Berg, Marcelle Pesek, Gary Alexander, Tony Garcia, Jack Davis, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. Parodies of classic TV shows, including Mork & Mindy, 60 Minutes, WKRP, MASH, and The Dukes of Hazzard. Spoofs of TV sports, commercials, and even TV dinners. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. Fold-In; The Dopes of Haphazzard; One Evening in a Hospital Room; A Mad Look at Half-Truths in TV Ads; Mad Explores the TV Ratings System; Mad's TV Guide Textbook; WKRAP in Cincinnati; TV Ads We'd Like to See; TV as Viewed By the Animal World; How Come on TV...?; Diff'rent Jokes; A Mad Guide to Little-Known Jobs in Television; A Mad Peek Behind the Scenes at a TV Network; TV Game Shows Based on Newspaper Headlines; Spy Vs. Spy; Snappy Answers to Stupid TV Commercials; When TV Makes Full Use of Howard Cosell; M*A*S*H*UGA; A Mad Look at TV Sports Interviews: Past, Present & Future; Shmork & Windy; Sixty Seconds; Interpreting the News - What They Say... What It Means...; The Mad TV Viewers Hate Book; The Lighter Side of the Idiot Box; Crapper John, M.D.; TV Dinners to Match the Shows; Fold-In; A Mad Peek Through Frank Perdue's Keyhole. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #49A
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 49A

    Winter 1984. Includes Bonus "Worst From Mad". "Abominal House," script by Arnie Kogen and Dick DeBartolo (Additional Dialogue), art by Mort Drucker; Spoof of the movie "Animal House." "Money Talks," script by Henry Clark, art by Bob Clarke; Photo story featuring conversations between coins of different denominations. "Mad's Candid Snapshots Of Some Insignificant Moments In Sports," script and art by Paul Peter Porges. "The Lighter Side Of... Neighbors," script and art by Dave Berg. "One Night In The L.A. Bus Terminal," script and art by Don Martin; A "Change Machine For Telephone" gag. "Crafty Bunko Schemes, Inc. 1979-80 Repairmen's Parts & Supply Catalogue," script by Tom Koch, art by Bob Clarke; Bogus products for shady business owners. "What Is Humility?", script by Tom Koch, art by Sergio Aragones; Examples of rich people trying to be humble. "The Lighter Side Of... Boo-Boos," script and art by Dave Berg. "Parents Are Unconstitutional," script by Stan Hart, art by Paul Coker. "The Space Age Razor Race," script by John Wick (idea) and Al Jaffee (writer), art by Al Jaffee; Different kinds of humorous razors. "The Lighter Side Of... The Me Generation," script and art by Dave Berg. "Academy Awards For Union Leaders," script by Stan Hart, art by Jack Davis. "Cattle Car Galaxica," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Angelo Torres; Spoof of the TV show "Battle Star Galactica." 100 pgs., B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #49B
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 49B

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    Winter 1984. Does NOT Include Bonus "Worst From Mad". "Abominal House," script by Arnie Kogen and Dick DeBartolo (Additional Dialogue), art by Mort Drucker; Spoof of the movie "Animal House." "Money Talks," script by Henry Clark, art by Bob Clarke; Photo story featuring conversations between coins of different denominations. "Mad's Candid Snapshots Of Some Insignificant Moments In Sports," script and art by Paul Peter Porges. "The Lighter Side Of... Neighbors," script and art by Dave Berg. "One Night In The L.A. Bus Terminal," script and art by Don Martin; A "Change Machine For Telephone" gag. "Crafty Bunko Schemes, Inc. 1979-80 Repairmen's Parts & Supply Catalogue," script by Tom Koch, art by Bob Clarke; Bogus products for shady business owners. "What Is Humility?", script by Tom Koch, art by Sergio Aragones; Examples of rich people trying to be humble. "The Lighter Side Of... Boo-Boos," script and art by Dave Berg. "Parents Are Unconstitutional," script by Stan Hart, art by Paul Coker. "The Space Age Razor Race," script by John Wick (idea) and Al Jaffee (writer), art by Al Jaffee; Different kinds of humorous razors. "The Lighter Side Of... The Me Generation," script and art by Dave Berg. "Academy Awards For Union Leaders," script by Stan Hart, art by Jack Davis. "Cattle Car Galaxica," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Angelo Torres; Spoof of the TV show "Battle Star Galactica." 100 pgs., B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #50
    Mad Special (1970 Super Special) 50

    Spring 1985. Book of Sillier Nonsense. Cover by Norman Mingo. Stories and art by Don Martin, Al Jaffee, Stan Hart, Larry Siegel, Paul Peter Porges, John Ficarra, Dick DeBartolo, Bob Clarke, Frank Jacobs, Alen Robin, Henry Clark, Max Brandel, Phil Hahn, Arnie Kogen, George Hart, Larry Sharp, George Woodbridge, Antonio Prohias, Paul Coker, Jr., Dave Berg, Don (Duck) Edwing, and Sergio Aragones. The Mad Super Special reprinted movie spoofs and classic material from the magazine, often accompanied by original stories and attached bonuses in the form of posters, stickers, recordings and comics. A smorgasbord of past articles and comics. Mad's takedowns of circuses and recycling (1980s-style), plus a satirical puzzle page. Classic Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Spy vs. Spy, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Don Martin cartoons. Mad's Color Puzzle Page; Some Useful Mad Gadgets; for Slob-Proofing Your Home; Mad's Up-Dated Relevant, Do-It-Yourself America the Beautiful; Mad Penny-Pinching Hints; A Fine Day in the City; Mad's Table of Little-Known and Very Useless Weights, Measures & Distances; A Mad Look at the Circus; Zappers That History Forgot; One Morning in the Life of an Optician; The Mad Ad-Man's Sampler; The Mad Hate Book; A Mad Guide to Cheap Pastimes; Spy Vs. Spy; A Portfolio of Mad Zoo-Lulus; Mad's Snappy Answers to Those Old Cliches; One Day on the Highway; A Mad Guide to Recycling Garbage; The Shadow Knows; A Mad Look at Burps Through History; The Nearsighted Voodoo Priest; Mad Beastlies; The Lighter Side of...; The Indignant Husband; A Mad Look At Waterbeds; Mad's Solutions to Big City Parking Problems. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 100 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.