MAD comic books issue 292
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Cover by Sam Viviano. Stories and art by Al Jaffee, Dick DeBartolo, Matthew T. Smith, Stan Hart, Lou Silverstone, John Prete, Charlie Kadau, Larry Siegel, Seth Greenberg, Dennis Snee, Russ Cooper, Paul Peter Porges, Don (Duck) Edwing, Frank Jacobs, Mort Drucker, Paul Coker Jr., Sam Viviano, Rick Tulka, George Woodbridge, Angelo Torres, Bob Clarke, Jack Davis, Dave Berg, and Sergio Aragones. Spoofs of Honey I Shrunk the Kids and Married... With Children, featuring art by Mort Drucker and Sam Viviano. Mad's look at the 1980s computer-gaming revolution includes a new version of "Jabberwocky," practical jokes for computer users, and the Mario Bros. on the cover. Surplus items from the Toon world. Mad's takes on city signs, musical instruments, and movie-poster blurbs. Lighter Side strips by Dave Berg, Marginals by Sergio Aragones, and Spy vs. Spy. Letters page features a photo of Howard Stern reading Mad. Funny to Shrink the Kids; The Mad Guide to New Computer Games; The Mad Week; Spy vs. Spy; Mad's Home Version of Double Jeopardy!; A Mad Look at Musical Instruments; One Fine Morning in Miami; Six Minutes Looks at Smoking; What's Your Choice? A Mad Magazine Opinion Poll; The Lighter Side of...; One Typical Afternoon in the Bronx; The Great Toon Surplus Sale; Big City Signs of the Times; Don (Duck) Edwing Chills Out Up North; Mad's Catalogue of Practical Joke Items for the Computer; One Sultry Evening in Cairo; Buried With Children; Exciting But Meaningless Movie Studio Blurbs; Fold-In; Joystick Jabberwacky. 8.5-in. x 11-in., 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.50.