Monday, November 5 2012
The 60th anniversary book of the magazine, Totally MAD 60, is a living breath piece of the Founding Fathers' vision…
Sunday, July 8 2012
It's a truly sad story that just as the self-censoring institutions began to crack, the idea of self-censorship entered into the popular imagination. And it's a story MAD #516 retells hauntingly.
Thursday, April 26 2012
This issue of MAD #515 in hand, and it's easy to realize that we've never been closer to some of the nightmare scenarios of Philip K. Dick. And it's equally easy to realize that forewarned is forearmed…
Monday, March 12 2012
On the cover of MAD #514 the famous gothic window in the Grant Wood-original, American Gothic, is covered up by signage advertising an all-you-can-eat buffet, Melissa McCarthy wears a longtime MAD-mascot Alfred E. Neuman brooch, and there's almost no empty space between McCarthy and Gardell as Billy Gardell brandishes an oversized piece of silverware, rather than the more familiar pitchfork.
Wednesday, January 4 2012
Thanks a lot, you Usual Gang of Idiots. You just broke Satire! Used to be I could sit back on my couch and chuckle it up because satire was just entertainment. No chance of that after your "20 Dumbest of 2011".