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Mad Magazine

MAD is America’s longest running and best-selling magazine with that name. With its grinning, gapped-toothed idiot mascot, Alfred E Neuman “gracing” its front cover, MAD satirizes politics, celebrities, sports and more in its legendarily moronic features including Spy vs. Spy, The Fold-in, “A MAD Look at..,” Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions and its iconic TV and movie parodies.

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Last landmark issue - By Eli G

7/27/2018

I have read Mad since I was 6 I have such a dirty mind thanks to you;) Thank you. This is the best magazine I've ever read.

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Totally Inside Mad ! - By Al

8/28/2017

I have loved MAD since I was a kid. For a magazine to make me laugh out loud is so good !! I met Tom Richmond at Chicago Comic Con and I had a chance to talk to him and see his work. I was impressed !! MAD magazine has been consistent for all the years I have read it since 1970. It's the best medicine for your health and wellness !! I am an RN by the way too !!!

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what me worry? not meee - By PaperTigerz

5/8/2017

Subscribe today to the best publication that keeps you warm when you run out of firewood and kindlin' it burns clean, and the pages serve well to mop up spills and clean windows.

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I'm so damn Mad! - By Roy

9/7/2016

It started in the 60's when I went to a friend's house after school. His name was Franny and he introduced me to Mad. The magazine twisted my mind and I graduated near the bottom of my class. I owe it all to Mad. I kept asking the question: "What Me Worried?" I was't worried but the school system was. I are what I are from Mad.

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Madder than Ever - By Frickeepoo

5/24/2014

I've been a MAD fan since the days when Albert B. Feldstein was ed. He blazed a trail that the guys who produce the mag still follow. And I swear it's funnier than ever now.