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  • Issue #451
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 451

    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. Surprise your Valentine this year with a brand-spankin' new issue of MAD! Wait, who are we kidding? If you're reading MAD, there's no way you have a Valentine! In this issue: We condemn Constantine! Plus: Dating tips for the mentally unstable; are you a video game addict?; kids vs. parents; and more! Magazine, 48 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #452
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 452

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. More hijinks and hilarity as only the MAD crew can deliver! Are you sure you can stand it? In this issue: Celebrity Poker! (Big Deal!) Plus: Meet the Fockers; Lemony Snicket; Deadwood; Spy vs. Spy; a MAD look at bullies; and more! Magazine, 48 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #453
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 453

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. Don't be an April Fool -- buy this issue of MAD! Chock-full of the hilarity you've come to know and love! In this issue: We get...Lost! Plus: Desperate Housewives; paintball; Trump; and more! Magazine, 48 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #454
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 454
    Published Jun 2005 by EC.

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    The summer of 2005 featured two major Geek-fest movies, "Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith" and "Batman Begins." Let the humor and satire commence! No movie, character, or director is too sacred to escape the attention of the writers at Mad. This issue features "A Day in the Life of George Lucas," Mad's Star Wars Outtakes, and Mad's Batman Begins Outtakes. Also included are Mad's pesky questions for the cast of 24, Pet Peeves of Mafia Hitmen, and of course Spy vs. Spy. 56 pages. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #455A
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 455A

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. This month, MAD points out the humor in popular movies, television, and the less fortunate -- it's pure comedy gold! (Convincing, aren't we?) Purchase this issue and madcap hilarity will ensue! Guaranteed or your money back!* (*Not really.) In this issue: Batman Begins! Plus: Star Wars; summer camp; parental idiocy; Monroe's 100th episode; and introducing...The MAD Strip Club! Featuring two ridiculous collector's covers to choose from -- get 'em both! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #455B
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 455B
    Published Jul 2005 by EC.

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. This month, MAD points out the humor in popular movies, television, and the less fortunate -- it's pure comedy gold! (Convincing, aren't we?) Purchase this issue and madcap hilarity will ensue! Guaranteed or your money back!* (*Not really.) In this issue: Batman Begins! Plus: Star Wars; summer camp; parental idiocy; Monroe's 100th episode; and introducing...The MAD Strip Club! Featuring two ridiculous collector's covers to choose from -- get 'em both! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #456
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 456

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "Star Bores Epic Load III: The Retread Of The Sh*t!", script by David Shayne, art by Herman Mejia; Movie Parody Of Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Peter Kuper. "Mad's Grotesquely Mutated Fantastic 4 Outtakes"; Gags Featuring Photos from The Fantastic Four Movie with humorous text. "A Mad Look At Summer Jobs," script and art by Sergio Aragones. "A Kid's Guide To B.S.-ing Through Life the George W. Bush Way," script by Mark Cantrell, art by Amanda Conner. "Summer Break!", script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Bill Wray; Monroe gets left home alone with baby Perry on his summer vacation. "The Fantastic Four Has a Crap-Tastic Two Weeks!", script by Johnny Ryan and Greg Leitman, art by Johnny Ryan; Gags focusing on the bad times of being a super hero. "Dump My Ride," script by Dave Croatto, art by Tom Richmond; Parody of Pimp My Ride. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 56 pgs., B&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #457
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 457

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. It's summertime, and the livin's easy -- and even easier with this hysterical issue of MAD to pass the time! Stay cool, use it as a sunshade! In this issue: 50 Worst Things About Video Games! What's #1? Find out here! Plus: 12 tips for surviving your parents' divorce! Also: Street gangs - should you join? And even more hilarity! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #458
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 458

    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. As the summer wanes, there's just one thing that can appease the general malaise of going back to school: the madcap hilarity that only MAD can deliver! In this issue: We salute Family Guy -- TV's most original animated series! Plus: Adam Sandler; Fall TV Preview; and more! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #459
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 459

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. A spook-tacular issue of MAD, perfect for giving to trick-or-treaters! In this issue: Aaaahhh!!! The holiday movies are coming! Featuring: King Kong! Harry Potter! Johnny Knoxville! 50 Cent! And more! Plus: MAD's guide to dating your teacher! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #460
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 460

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    Cover by Mark Fredrickson. Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. You can't afford to miss this issue of MAD! It's the best one since last month! And there's no way a better issue will come along until next month! In this issue: Harry Potter -- again? Our scorching spoof of Goblet of Fire! Plus: Extreme Makeover Home Edition; Donald Trump; super heroes' pet peeves; Spy vs. Spy; and more! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #461
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 461

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. It's the holiday season, and there's no better way to keep the yule log going than with a brand-spankin' new issue of MAD! In this issue: 20 Dumbest People, Events & Things of 2005! Our annual tribute to the year's biggest idiots! Featuring: Tom Cruise, Dave Chappelle, Lindsay Lohan, Pat Robertson, Brad & Angelina, Karl Rove and more! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #462
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 462

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    Cover by Mort Drucker. Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. New Year's resolution #1: Buy more MAD! New Year's resolution #2: Get your friends to read MAD! Leave the weight loss for 2007. In this issue: We vote out American Idol! Plus: We tear down TV's House! And more hilariousness! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #463
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 463

    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. What better way to woo your honey on Valentine's Day than with candy, roses...and this hilarious, joke-filled issue of MAD? Trust us, the ladies love MAD. In this issue: iPod iToons! Plus: Exclusive - Trapped in the Closet outtakes! Also: Everybody Hates Chris; gay cowboys; stupid Barbie dolls; and more! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #464
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 464

    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. More of the MAD-cap hilarity you've come to expect and demand from The Usual Gang of Idiots! In this issue: 35 Reasons Why School Sucks! Plus: Burger King - have it our way; King Kong; Spy vs. Spy; and more! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #465
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 465

    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. Don't be an April Fool -- buy this yuk-packed ish of the funniest thing since sliced bread (assuming you think sliced bread is funny). In this ish: We stick it to the NBA! Plus: A day in the life of Dick Cheney; Prison Break; Brokeback Mountain; and more! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #466
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 466

    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. MAD rips into spring with the unmitigated force of a million laughs -- be there to witness it within the pages of this hilarious issue! In this issue: We crack The Da Vinci Code! So Dumb the Clod of MAD! Plus: X-Men 3; Deal or No Deal; American Idol; and more! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #467
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 467

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. Are you ready for more mirth from MAD? Well, get ready. In this issue: We flatten...Cars! Plus: 24's Jack Bauer; Superman's new problems; The Daily Show; and more! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #468
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 468
    Published Aug 2006 by EC.

    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. It's absurd! It's a shame! It's another idiotic issue of MAD-cap summer hilarity as only The Usual Gang of Idiots can provide! In this issue: Superman Returns...unfortunately! Plus: Pirates of the Caribbean; sucky summer concerts; newest video game laws; and more! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #469
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 469

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. MAD-cap summer mirth as only The Usual Gang of Idiots can deliver! In this issue: What -- me Barry? We stick it to baseball's giant fraud! Plus: X-Men 3; Britney's breakdown; MTV - 25 lousy years; little leaguers on steroids; when seeing-eye dogs go bad; and more! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #470
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 470

    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. Wash away those back-to-school blues with a rip-roaringly hilarious new issue of MAD! Hey kids, hide it in your notebooks! In this issue: My Name is Earlfred! Plus: Hell's Kitchen; Spy vs. Spy; class clowns; Monroe returns; and more! Magazine, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #471
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 471

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  • Issue #472
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 472

    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. More fun-filled hilarity and knee-slapping humor as only MAD can deliver! In this issue: What -- me Suri? Plus: Super-lame comic book villains; video game hassles; Grey's Anatomy; Tenacious D; 2007 MAD calendar; and more! Magazine, 48 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #473
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 473

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. It's holiday hilarity in true MAD fashion! In this issue: 20 Dumbest People, Events & Things of 2006! Our annual tribute to the year's biggest idiots! Including Dick Cheney! Plus: More mirth! Magazine, 48 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #474
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 474

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. Kick off the new year in style...with a dose of MAD! In this issue: Flash! We cover Britney's scandalous photo! Plus: The Amazing Race! And: Diet Coke + Mentos = Kaboom! Also: More mirth! Magazine, 48 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #475
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 475

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. Get in the mood for love with a little MAD humor! In this issue: We pick on Dane Cook! Plus: YouTube; Nanny 911; Best Damn Sports Show; and more! Magazine, 48 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #476
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 476

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. More laughs than you can shake a stick at! If you're into shaking sticks, that is. In this issue: Gone with the Windbags! Will "The Donald" (Trump) and Rosie O'Donnell kiss and make up? Frankly, we don't give a damn! Plus: Borat dolls; Entourage; missing scenes from 24; and more! Magazine, 48 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #477
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 477

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. Kick back with some April foolery with another gut-busting issue of MAD! In this issue: We salute global warming! Plus, we put the heat on: Lovable stalkers; double-talking teachers; and annoying airport security! Also: My Super Sweet 16; The Biggest Loser; Heroes; and more! Magazine, 48 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #478
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 478

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    Stories and Art by The Usual Gang of Idiots. Summertime hilarity is just around the corner in another laugh-filled issue of MAD! In this issue: We crack wise on Spider-Man 3! Plus: Law and Order: SVU; Spy vs. Spy; spelling bees; Dog the Bounty Hunter; and more! Magazine, 48 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #479
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 479

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "Things Overheard At The Premiere of Pirates Of The Caribbean 3," script by Jacob Lambert, art by Hermann Mejia; Goofy comments about the movie, along the red carpet for the premiere where the stars are all in costume. "Planet Tad!!!!!", script by Tim Carvell, art by Brian Durniak; Tad believes he broke his friend's camera and details his problems coming up with the money to repair it. "MAD's Touchy-Feely Wrestlemania Outtakes"; Captioned photos of events at Wrestlemania, including Donald Trump's shaving of Vince McMahon's head. "A MAD Look At Global Warming," script and art by Sergio Aragones; Things that might, but likely won't, happen if significant global warming actually occurs. "MAD's Minute-By-Minute Breakdown Of A School Field Trip," script and art by Teresa Burns Parkhurst. "Rejected Star Wars Stamps," script by Jeff Kruse, art by Mark Stutzman; Captioned images of postage stamps that the USPS did not issue in the Star Wars set. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Peter Kuper; The Black Spy, as a pirate, holds up the White Spy for treasure, but the White Spy has the last laugh. "Monroe And...Harry Potter," script by Anthony Barbieri, pencils by Tom Fowler, inks by Tom Fowler; Monroe dreams he's Harry Potter and other people he knows are also in the story. "MAD's Arrr!-Rated Outtakes From Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End"; Movie stills with absurd captions. "Final Installment of The Gross And Beyond Gross Trilogy," script and art by John Caldwell. "Fox News Comedy Shows That Never Got Off The Ground," script by Frank Santopadre, art by Drew Friedman; Ideas for TV shows that would go well with right-wing news programs, showing the foibles of left-wing politicians. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #480
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 480

    Cover art by James Bennett. "Harry Plodder and the Torture of the Fanbase," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Tom Richmond; Harry basically hangs around while events unfold around him until the last minute, and then Druckermort gets away again. "Things to Consider Before Accepting a Summer Job," script and art by Teresa Burns Parkhurst. "Monroe and...Gone Internet Phishin'", script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; Monroe's father has Monroe fake a terminal disease and with the help of an internet posting and bad TV news reporting, they rake in the cash donations. "If Chickens Could Time Travel," script and art by John Caldwell. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Peter Kuper; The White Spy sells a fake treasure map to the Black Spy, but falls for a trap in the Black Spy's dig. "A MAD Look At Spider-Man 3," script and art by Sergio Aragones; Comic situations that never happened in the movie. "Everyday Pet Peeves of Transformers," script by Jacob Lambert, art by Tom Bunk; Things that might happen to Transformers if they tried to live real life as vehicles. "FAQs About McDonald's Trendy Makeover," script by Jacob Lambert, art by Evan Dorkin; Reasons McDonald's restaurants are changing their decor, and insights into how customers will use the new "zones." Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #481A
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 481A
    Published Sep 2007 by EC.

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    Cover art by Jack Syracuse. "Spider-Sham 3," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Hermann Mejia; Spider-Sham battles Blandman and Venema with the Green Gobblygook's help. "Planet TAD!!!!!", script by Tim Carvell; Story of Tad's experiences mowing lawns as a summer job. "Outtakes From Hillary's Sopranos Spoof"; Stills from a Hillary Clinton TV commercial with humorous captions. "Failed Pitches for The New Simpsons Movie," art by Steve Smallwood; Ideas for the Simpsons movie from various Hollywood personalities pitching their unique styles. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Peter Kuper; In the first strip, the White Spy fools the Black Spy with a fake half-buried look-alike of himself at the beach; In the second strip, the Black Spy retaliates for a nail on his chair, using a porcupine. MADKids ad. "Monroe and...The Summer Jobs Part 1," script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; Monroe gets a summer job delivering newspapers until he shows he can calm down animals. "A MAD Look At Mixed Martial Arts," script and art by Sergio Aragones. "Celebrity Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards," script by Michael Arnold, art by Tom Richmond. "The Believability/Unbelievability of Harry Potter," script by Barry Liebmann, art by Paul Coker. "Boo!", script by Desmond Devlin, art by Mort Drucker; Major scenes from the movie skewered with goofy dialogue. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 56 pgs., B&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #481B
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 481B
    Published Sep 2007 by EC.

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    Cover art by Jack Syracuse. "Spider-Sham 3," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Hermann Mejia; Spider-Sham battles Blandman and Venema with the Green Gobblygook's help. "Planet TAD!!!!!", script by Tim Carvell; Story of Tad's experiences mowing lawns as a summer job. "Outtakes From Hillary's Sopranos Spoof"; Stills from a Hillary Clinton TV commercial with humorous captions. "Failed Pitches for The New Simpsons Movie," art by Steve Smallwood; Ideas for the Simpsons movie from various Hollywood personalities pitching their unique styles. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Peter Kuper; In the first strip, the White Spy fools the Black Spy with a fake half-buried look-alike of himself at the beach; In the second strip, the Black Spy retaliates for a nail on his chair, using a porcupine. MADKids ad. "Monroe and...The Summer Jobs Part 1," script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; Monroe gets a summer job delivering newspapers until he shows he can calm down animals. "A MAD Look At Mixed Martial Arts," script and art by Sergio Aragones. "Celebrity Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards," script by Michael Arnold, art by Tom Richmond. "The Believability/Unbelievability of Harry Potter," script by Barry Liebmann, art by Paul Coker. "Boo!", script by Desmond Devlin, art by Mort Drucker; Major scenes from the movie skewered with goofy dialogue. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 56 pgs., B&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #482
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 482

    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "MAD's 50 Worst Things About Advertising." "A MAD Look At Ratatouille," script and art by Sergio Aragones; More realistic views of things that happened in the movie. "A Collection of Significantly Stupid Strategies for Battling Skyrocketing Gas Prices," script and art by John Caldwell; Improbable and dangerous ways to save (or steal) gas. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Peter Kuper. "Monroe and...The Summer Jobs Part 2," script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; Monroe get a series of summer jobs calming down animals and people in an unconventional way. "George W. Bush's Colonoscopy Results," script by Al Jaffee, art by Hermann Mejia; Bush's advisors and other associates that have been removed from office. "Questions We'd Love To See The Media Ask Presidential Candidates," script by Jeff Kruse, art by Mort Drucker. "MAD's Better, Stronger, Faster Outtakes from Bionic Woman"; Stills from the movie "Bionic Woman" with humorous captions. "America's Next Top Mobster," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Tom Richmond; The Sopranos move in on the reality show business with their own show that kills off the competition. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #483
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 483

    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "When Other Advertising Characters Get TV Shows," script by Scott Maiko, art by Tom Richmond; Plot outlines for TV shows based on advertising characters. "Rejected Hillary Clinton Campaign Slogans," script by Nathaniel Stein, art by Paul Coker. "A MAD Look At Zombies," script and art by Sergio Aragones; Things that could go wrong for zombies, or because of them. "Planet TAD!!!!!", script by Tim Carvell; Story of notes left on Tad's locker from a secret admirer. "The Magical Bear That Made People's Dreams Come True," script by Brian McConnachie, art by Leonardo Rodriguez; Story about a boy who grows up to buy a bear and his fantasies of the magic the bear performs. "Idiotic Anti-Gun Control Arguments The NRA Hasn't Used - Yet!", script by Jacob Lambert, art by Peter Kuper; Improbable arguments for not controlling guns. "Things That Really Get Under A Zombie's Skin," script and art by John Caldwell; Problems that zombies would run into if they tried to live normal lives. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Peter Kuper; In the first strip, the Black Spy tries to get into a White facility using a lifted fingerprint from the White Spy, but is clobbered anyway; In the second strip, the White Spy is done in by a fake guillotine. "What School Bus Drivers Are Doing While You're In Class!", script and art by Teresa Burns Parkhurst. "1 Is Worse Than 100," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Tom Bunk; The 1 Versus 100 show bumbles along at its usual slow pace until Bob Barker shows up and closes it down. Justice League Padlocks ad. 56 pgs., B&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #484
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 484

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    Cover art by Richard Williams. Statement of Ownership;Total paid distribution = 205,890. Ad for The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon And Graphic Art, Inc. "MAD Deconstructs TV Talk Shows," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Sam Viviano; A look at the Colbert Report TV show. "You're Not Exactly Full of The True Spirit of Christmas If...," script and art by John Caldwell; Things you might do during the Christmas season that show you're a jerk. "Are We Winning The War On Terrorism?", script by Barry Liebmann, art by Ward Sutton; Questions about the progress of the war. The Don Martin 2008 Calendar. "Ways To Keep Voters Interested Until Election Day," script and art by Teresa Burns Parkhurst; Goofy ways to pump up interest in the election by using television show gimmicks. "The MAD World of Family Life," script by Stan Sinberg, art by Marc Hempel; Mostly parents acting badly. "Monroe and...The Tutor," script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; Monroe needs a tutor and the family finds a good one. Monroe actually passes a test but the tutor leaves due to nonpayment. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Peter Kuper; The White Spy consistently escapes bombardment by the Black Spy and eventually drops a bomb himself. "A MAD Look At Sports Scandals," script and art by Sergio Aragones; Monetary, drug and criminal sports scandals. "Not So Hot Topic Catalog," script by Scott Maiko and Albert Crudo (clothes stylist), photos by Irving Schild; Catalog of ugly clothes and stupid gifts. Justice League Padlocks ad. 56 pgs., B&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #485
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 485

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "The Fundalini Pages"; Various short satires of pop culture; Featuring Prince Charles; Jenna Bush; Laura Bush; Barbara Bush; Henry Hager; Dick DeBartolo; Jerry Seinfeld; Tracy Morgan; Al Gore; Tina Fey; Alec Baldwin; Spider-Man; and Aunt May. "The Dumbest People, Events and Things of 2007!", script by Jeff Kruse; Desmond Devlin; Dave Croatto; Jacob Lambert; Scott Maiko; Matthew A. Cohen; Jason Schneider; Josh Eiserike; Nick Danzi; and Al Jaffee, art by Mark Fredrickson; Mark Stutzman; Gary Hallgren; Dave Croatto; Mort Drucker; Charles Akins; Richard Williams; Tom Richmond; Herman Mejia; Drew Friedman; Scott Bricher; Steve Smallwood; Mick Coulas; and Al Jaffee; a satirical look at the previous year. Joe Kubert School ad. "Planet Tad!!!!!", script by Tim Carvell, art by Brian Durniak; Tad relates the problems of his school's Secret Santa Christmas gift giving. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Peter Kuper. "A MAD Look At Dancing With The Stars," script and art by Sergio Aragones. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #486
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 486

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "George W. Bush Spins His Final State Of The Union Address," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Ward Sutton; Parody of President Bush's final State of The Union address, noting supposed highlights of his presidency. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Peter Kuper. "Snappy Answers To Stupid Questions," script and art by Al Jaffee. "Zeroes"; A poster of the presidential candidates arranged in a still photo from the tv show Heroes, with the headline "Ignore the Candidates, Save The World." "Sergio Aragonès Presents A Mad Look at Death," script and art by Sergio Aragonès; Unusual causes of death and things that can go wrong when you try to cheat death. "Monroe And...The Recall," script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; Monroe's grandfather destroys everything in the house that was made in China, including Monroe's childhood toys, after hearing about a product recall. "When The Morbidly Obese Go Bad," script and art by John Caldwell; Things that might happen if the obese used their weight and size to make life miserable for others. "MAD's Juvenile Kid Nation Outtakes"; Stills from the tv show "Kid Nation" with fake dialog. "Man vs. Wild...At The Mall," script by David Shayne, art by Herman Mejia; Parody of "Man vs. Wild," showing wilderness survival skills (mis)applied to a shopping mall. 60 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #487
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 487

    "Zeroes," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Tom Richmond; Parody of TV show Heroes, with a surprise Evil Mastermind. "The Darker Side of The Lighter Side," art by Dave Berg; New gags written for Dave Berg's drawings. "Monroe and...High School Musical," script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; Monroe is cast in a school production of High School Musical and even though the show is shut down before the performance, he still manages to screw it up. "If Classic Old Movie Scenes Were Filmed Today," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Hermann Mejia; Ways that technology has made some old movie plot devices unusable. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Peter Kuper. "Why George W. Bush Is In Favor of Global Warming"; Political cartoons on a single theme by a variety of newspaper cartoonists. "Extremist Makeover Politician Edition," script by Jeff Kruse, art by Drew Friedman; Comparisons of politicians' statements that change their positions over time. "MAD's Bat-tastic The Dark Knight Outtakes"; Stills from the movie "The Dark Knight" with fake dialog. "A MAD Look At Halo," script and art by Sergio Aragones; Things that can go wrong for serious players of the game Halo. "American Gagster," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the movie American Gangster, showing how it lifted key scenes from other gangster movies. MADKids ad. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #488
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 488

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    Cover art by Jack Syracuse. Justice League The New Frontier ad. "Meet The New Staff of MAD," script by Jeff Kruse, art by Tom Richmond; Editorial staff of MAD depicted as monkeys and apes. "The Monkey-Lini Pages"; Various short satires of pop culture, and of the Fundalini Pages. "MONKey," script by Charlie Kadau, art by Mort Drucker; Monkey solves a crime using a combination of deductive reasoning and chimpanzee habits. "A MAD Look at Humans," script and art by Sergio Aragones; Monkeys and apes making people look foolish. "MOMA," art by Hermann Mejia, Roberto Parada Richard Williams, and James Warhola; Parodies of these famous works of art using monkeys and apes instead of humans: David, by Monkeyangelo; Gorilla With A Pearl Earring, by Banannas Vermeer; Whistler's Monkey; The Screech, by Edvard Munkee; Presented as the Winter/Spring Catalogue of The Museum Of Monkey Art (MOMA). "Snappy Answers To Stupid Human Questions," script and art by Al Jaffee; Answers monkeys and apes might give to stupid questions asked of them. "Great Monkeys In American History," script by Teresa Burns Parkhurst, art by Tom Fowler; Unknown monkeys who helped make American history, from the Mayflower to the Woodstock concert. "Monkeybay," script by Scott Maiko; Junk that monkeys and apes might sell on eBay, along with some feedback, ordering rules, and a Monkeybay store. "Spyder Monkey vs. Spyder Monkey," script and art by Peter Kuper. "10 Things You, As A Concerned Monkey, Can Do To Save The Environment," script and art by John Caldwell; The foolishness of thinking monkeys can affect the planet's environment. "Bananas Republic Summer 2008," script by Scott Maiko, art by Leonardo Rodriguez; Parody of a Banana Republic catalog, with fashions modeled by chimpanzees, doing things chimpanzees would do. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #489
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 489

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "Slomantha? Who Cares!", script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Tom Richmond; The setup and a typical day in Slomantha's life with amnesia. "An AT&T Commercial We'd Like To See," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Drew Friedman; Roger's call drops Andy's replies, causing Roger to think he's in the clear with Congress. "Other Kids Book Secrets Revealed Now That Dumbledore Has Been Outed," script by Jeff Kruse, art by Gary Hallgren; Unknown past secrets of favorite children's book characters. "Hello, I'm Barack. And I'm H. C.", art by Hermann Mejia; Hillary is losing the election but refuses to withdraw. "If Different Comedians Told The Same Joke," script by Harrison Greenbaum, art by Jason Seiler; The old joke, "Why did the chicken cross the road?", as it might be told by various comedians. "Bad News Bare-Asses," art by Sam Sisco; Phony movie ad for movie about Major League Baseball's drug-using rule-breakers. MADKids ad. "Planet TAD!!!!!", script by Tim Carvell, art by Brian Durniak; Tad ends up as the only boy in a school play. "A MAD Look At Doctors," script and art by Sergio Aragones; A look at problems doctors face. "MAD's Do-It-Yourself 24 Season 7 Plotline," script by Darren Johnson, art y Rick Tulka; Pieces of 24 plots and other junk, categorized so the reader can assemble several possible plotlines. "Signs You've Chosen The Wrong Spring Break Destination," script and art by John Caldwell. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Peter Kuper. "Monroe and...Extreme Makeover," script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; Monroe's mother gets the house on the TV show Extreme Home Makeover; Monroe stays to work with the construction crew, ruptures a gas line that is not repaired properly, and the house explodes just after the makeover is completed "Hello, I'm Barack. And I'm H. C.," art by Hermann Mejia; Hillary has received fewer votes but insists she's ahead anyway. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #490
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 490

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "30 Crock," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Tom Richmond; A typical day at the studios at 30 Crock; parody of the TV show 30 Rock. "SuperDelegate," script by Joe Raiola, art by R. Sikoryak; Bill, in his secret identity as SuperDelegate, stops the Obama campaign dead. "The Top-Secret Indiana Jones Memo from George Lucas to Steven Spielberg," script by David Shayne, art by Jack Syracuse; A fake letter of ideas for the Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull movie. "A MAD Look At Science Fairs," script and art by Sergio Aragones. "Embryonic Jones and The Temple of Womb," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Richard Williams; Parody of an Indiana Jones movie poster. "Monroe and...Evolution," script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; Monroe is paired with a new, home-schooled, Christian boy for a homework assignment. "MAD's Rusty Iron Man Outtakes"; Movie stills with fake dialog. MADKids ad. "10 Things Indiana Jones Hates More Than Snakes," script and art by John Caldwell; A look at other things that might bug Indiana Jones. "Spy Vs. Spy," script and art by Peter Kuper. "Deathster," script by Charlie Kadau, art by Hermann Mejia; Parody of the tv show Dexter. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #491
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 491

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "G*d Damn America," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Jack Syracuse; A rewrite of the song "God Bless America" to accomodate the views of Rev. Wright. "A MAD Look At Going Green," script and art by Sergio Aragones; Goofy interpretations of the difficulties of being energy and ecology careful. "Dr. Seuss for The Digital Age," script by Darren Johnson, art by Gary Hallgren; Book covers mimicking some famous Dr. Seuss books. "The Pros And Cons of Working at Home!", script and art by Teresa Burns Parkhurst. "Now That Anyone Can Become A Celebrity...", script by Jacob Lambert, art by Paul Coker; Shows how lame celebrity culture may become when even more people with no talent become famous. "The Darker Side of The Lighter Side," art by Dave Berg; New gags written for Dave Berg's drawings. "What's Being Taught At Other Corporate Colleges," script by John Samony and Scott Maiko, art by Tom Richmond; A look at what may be taught at corporate training, to try to explain the bad customer service seen at stores. "John Caldwell's Guide to Proper Paparazzi Etiquette," script and art by John Caldwell. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Peter Kuper. Ad for Every Issue of MAD Magazine on 1 DVD. "Monroe and...Teen Obesity," script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; Coach Mike tries to whip the boys into shape but Monroe gets so frustrated that he overeats instead. "MAD's Helpful Guide To The Chronicles Of Narnia Prince Caspian," script by Desmond Devlin and Jacob Lambert, art by Hermann Mejia; Character bios and continuity information for the Chronicles. "Mad's Bewitching Prince Caspian Outtakes"; Movie stills with fake dialog. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #492
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 492

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "Mad's International Preview of the Beijing Olympics," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Tom Bunk; News coverage of foreign countries' Olympic events. "Ironic, Man," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Tom Richmond; Phony is injured but creates an armored suit than allows him to defeat terrorists and a traitor within his own company. "10 Easy Ways To Beat High Gas Prices And Increase Your Mileage," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Tim Hamilton; 10 foolish ways to increase your gas mileage. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Peter Kuper; The Black Spy uses the camouflage of the costumed characters at a comic book convention to his advantage. "Movie Posters For The Rest of The Movie Experience," script by Russ Cooper, art by Scott Bricher; A group of fake movie-type posters for other things you experience in a movie theater. "Mad's Cocky, But Handy Hancock Outtakes"; Movie stills with fake dialog. "Calvin And Jobs," script by Jacob Lambert, art by Gary Hallgren; Parody strips replacing Hobbs with Steve Jobs. "John Caldwell's Field Guide to Spotting America's Most Incompetent Summer Camp Counselors," script and art by John Caldwell. "A MAD Look At This Summer's Super Heroes," script and art by Sergio Aragones. "Sucker City Newspaper Circular," script by Scott Maiko, art by Scott Bricher; Fake ad to look like Circuit City newspaper circular. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #493
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 493

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "Inadiaper Jones And The Kingdom of The Creative Dry Spell," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Hermann Mejia; Inbanana and company bumble throught the jungle to his marriage; Indiana Jones parody. "A Mad Look At Summer Fun," script and art by Sergio Aragones. "Amy," art by Gary Hallgren; Parody strips in the style of Cathy. "Planet TAD!!!!!", script by Tim Carvell; A month in the life of Tad, as he finds and cares for a lost dog. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Peter Kuper. "Monroe and...The New Phone," script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; A phone company erects a cell tower in Monroe's yard and gives the family top-of-the-line phones as payment. As usual, Monroe has a great time for a while until everything falls apart. "When The Recession Hits Funeral Homes," script and art by Teresa Burns Parkhurst; Extreme examples of funeral homes' money-saving efforts. "MAD Heads For The Hills Outtakes"; Stills from the tv show "The Hills" with fake dialog. "The MAD World of Travel," script by Stan Sinberg, art by Marc Hempel. "The Chronic-Ills of Yawnia Prince Thespian," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; The children and Prince Thespian defeat the forces of King MyAss. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #494
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 494

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "MAD's 50 Worst Things About the Internet," script by Charlie Kadau and Jeff Kruse, art by Leonardo Rodriguez, Drew Friedman, Evan Dorkin, Sarah Dyer, Jose Garibaldi, and Rick Tulka; Various short satires of pop culture on the internet. "The Eerie Similarities Between Family Guy and the Bush White House," script by David Shayne, art by Jack Syracuse; A comparison of the cartoon Griffin family and the characters in the Bush administration. "A MAD Look at Cooking Shows," script and art by Sergio Aragones. "Up-and-Coming Mixed Martial Arts Fighters," script by Jeff Kruse, art by Hermann Mejia. "Overheard at the Barack Obama Rally in Germany"; A photo of one of Barack Obama's German speeches with fake crowd dialog. "The Darker Side of the Lighter Side," script and art by Dave Berg; New gags written for Dave Berg's drawings. "A Fast Food Customer Satisfaction Survey," script by Scott Maiko, art by Peter Bagge. "Spy vs. Spy" by Peter Kuper. "The Pros and Cons of Being a Polygamy Cult Kid," script and art by John Caldwell. "Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions," script and art by Al Jaffee; Multiple choice answers to stupid questions, with blanks for readers to create their own. "MAD Looks at a Crappy Parent's Baby Book," script by Teresa Burns Parkhurst, art by Kevin Pope; Fake photos and mementos for baby's first year with bad parents. "Stuples Newspaper Circular," script by Jeff Kruse, art by Scott Bricher; Fake ad to look like Staples newspaper circular. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #495
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 495

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    "The Dork Knight," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Tom Richmond; Loosely follows the plot of the movie "The Dark Knight." "Mad's Updated Glossary to The War On Terror," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Paul Coker; Fake definitions for words used to describe aspects of the War on Terror. "A MAD Look at Fortune Tellers," script and art by Sergio Aragones. "Hopeless"; A parody of the Barack Obama poster "Hope." "MAD Deconstructs TV Talk Shows," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Peter Kuper; Minute-by-minute looks at features on "Countdown" taken to their extremes. "A Look Back At The Historical Career of John McCain," art by Scott Bricher; John McCain appears in historic paintings and photos of the past 400 years of American history. "Monroe and...Domestic Terror," script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; Monroe's chemistry experiment blows up in class and the FBI takes him in for interrogation as a terrorist suspect. "Not Vetting Sarah Palin"; A parody of movie poster for "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." "When Monkeys Go Bad," script and art by John Caldwell; A look at the things apes would do wrong if they thought more like people. "Spy vs. Spy vs. Spy" by Peter Kuper; The Grey Spy lures the others into a trap, with her feminine wiles. "When High School Elections Are Run Like Presidential Elections," script by Nathaniel Stein, art by Jose Garibaldi. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #496
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 496

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe video game ad. Spy Vs. Spy Gear And Gifts ad. "The Rise And Fall Of A Rap Star," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Hermann Mejia; Satire on meteoric rise and fall of rap and hip hop music stars. "What The Deal Or No Deal Models Are Thinking," script by Ross Garmil and Matthew A. Cohen; Phony captions of what the models are thinking when standing on stage. "The Horse That Knew The Way," script by Brian McConnachie, art by Leonardo Rodriguez; Story of a Clydesdale racing horse and a family that duct-taped dead jockeys to him. "Sergio Aragonès Presents A Mad Look at Road Trips," script and art by Sergio Aragonès; A look at some ridiculous things that could happen while traveling the country by car. "Monroe and...The Natural Disaster," script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; Monroe's family gets caught in a hurricane because they miss the evacuation notice, and their home is spared from destruction. "Comments You'll Never Hear No Matter How Long You Live," script by Darren Johnson, art by Tom Bunk; Everyday quotes too honest for anyone to actually say. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Peter Kuper; In the first cartoon, the Black Spy tricks the White Spy into a trap; In the second cartoon, the White Spy outsmarts the Black Spy with a fake rocket. "The Darker Side of The Lighter Side," art by Dave Berg; New gags written for Dave Berg's drawings. "Using Kid's Books To Explain The Awful Bush Years," script by David Shayne, art by Gary Hallgren; Events of the Bush administration explained as parodies of children's books. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #497
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 497
    Published Jan 2009 by EC.

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "The MAD 20"; A salute to the 20 dumbest people and things of 2008, with a special award for the Hall of Fame for multiple wins. Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe ad. The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon And Graphic Art ad. "Signs You'll Grow Up To Be A Degenerate Gambler," script and art by John Caldwell; Things you can notice about children that may foretell their desire to gamble. "Sergio Aragonès Presents A Mad Look at Hard Times," script and art by Sergio Aragonès; Problems you may experience when economic times are tough, and a few solutions to those problems. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Peter Kuper; The Black Spy loses his secret plans due to a plot by the White Spy involving a pie. "It's A Good Brand Name...And A Bad Brand Name...," script by Jeff Kruse, art by Paul Coker; Shows how brand names are not transferable to other products. Dungeons & Dragons ad. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 56 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #498
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 498

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. Mad Magazine Poster Book ad. "Lame Attempts By TV To Explain The 2008 Presidential Vote," script by Barry Liebmann, art by Ward Sutton; Phony statistics to explain how people voted in the presidential election. "A MAD Look at Snow," script and art by Sergio Aragones; Things that can go wrong when it snows a lot. "MAD's 12 Surefire Tips For Stand-Up Comics," script by Jeff Kruse, art by Rick Tulka; Bad ideas for stand-up comics, so they can avoid them. "MAD's Sucky Twilight Outtakes"; Stills from the movie "Twilight" with fake dialog. "The 2009 Al Jaffee Calendar!"; Calendar illustrated with various Al Jaffee drawings from previous issues. "MAD Exposes Who's Thinking What At The Obama Inauguration," script by Desmond Devlin, Jacob Lambert, Frank Santopadre, Jeff Kruse, and Dennis Snee, art by Tom Richmond. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Peter Kuper; Using a dummy tied to the rails, the White Spy traps the Black Spy into being sliced by a train's wheels. "When Adults Say...Remind Them...," script by Jacob Lambert, art by Peter Bagge; Comparisons between what adults tell teens today and the lives the adults lived as teens. "The MAD World of...Pets," script by Stan Sinberg, art by Marc Hempel; Things that go wrong with pet-owning. "Monroe and...The Plane Trip," script by Anthony Barbieri, art by Tom Fowler; Monroe attempts to go on a school trip but his parents tag along as chaperones, so he makes sure they're all kicked off the plane. "MAD's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself Celebrity Scandal Blog Posting," script by Frank Jacobs and Bill Fibbers, art by Mort Drucker; Cut-and-paste blog, containing a variety of material to create ridiculous scandals about numerous celebrities. "The First 100 Minutes of The Obama Presidency," script by Frank Santopadre and Bill Fibbers, art by Drew Friedman; problems and opportunities for the new president. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #499
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 499

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "Botchmen," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Tom Richmond; The Botchmen wander through all the loose plot ends of the Watchmen story. "A MAD Look at Trade Schools," script and art by Sergio Aragones; Comic situations that are unlikely to happen during training classes. "The Decided Disadvantages of An Online Education," script and art by John Caldwell; Things that could go wrong with an online education. "The Darker Side of The Lighter Side," art by Dave Berg; New gags written for Dave Berg's drawings. "MAD's Unheroic Watchmen Outtakes"; Stills from the movie "Watchmen" with fake dialog. "The Story of Deathbed Donkey...And The Rage of Sorrow," script by Brian McConnachie, art by Rick Geary; Story of a donkey that shows up whever someone is dying. "Unabridged Sports Cliches," script by Jacob Lambert, art by Paul Coker. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Peter Kuper. "President Obama The Promise Vs. The Reality," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Leonardo Rodriguez and Kevin Pope; Compares Barack Obama's campaign promises to what he'll likely do in office. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #500
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 500

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    Cover art by Mark Fredrickson. "500 Issues of MAD: A Visual History," featuring work by Sergio Aragones, Dave Berg; Al Jaffee; Harvey Kurtzman, Don Martin, Joe Orlando, and many others; Collage of images from issues from earlier issues. "The Dead Celebrity Apprentice," script by Desmond Devlin, art by Tom Bunk; Parody of tv show "The Apprentice" with dead celebrities. "Spy vs. Spy vs. Spy" by Peter Kuper; The Gray Spy lures the other two into a burning building with a hologram of herself. "A MAD Look At Marginals," script and art by Sergio Aragones; Reprints of 500 of Sergio Aragones's favorite marginal gags from MAD Magazines. "Great Art Masterpieces And What They Would Be Saying Today"; Captions applied to art masterpieces. "Insanity Claws," script by Desmond Devlin; A fake blog by someone with an unhealthy obsession with Wolverine. "The Bailout Hymn Of The Republic," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Mort Drucker and others; New words to the Battle Hymn of The Republic showcasing the 2009 financial crisis and the government's mishandling and bailouts. "The MAD Guide To Man Boobs," script by Ryan Pagelow, art by Drew Friedman. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 60 pgs., B&W. Cover price $5.99.