Aside from a love of fancy notebooks, I don't really have much of an attachment to the artifacts of the pre-Internet era of instant communication. That said, the letterheads of the past are a thousand times better than today's neon pink, Comic Sans email signatures.
The last time fans saw Spy vs. Spy in live action, the black and white foes were up to their usual brand of MAD Magazine conflict in Mountain Dew TV spots. Flash forward to 2011 and the dudes are graduating from doing the Dew to potentially starring in a full-fl
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Longtime readers of America's most enduring humor magazine, MAD, are no doubt waiting with baite
I'm a lifelong fan of MAD Magazine, so when a friend of mine sent me a link to Doug Gilford's archive of every cover from all 506 issues, my workday productivity was pretty much shot. Fortunately, I work in an industry where this is actually considered research, which is why I'm contractually obligated to bring you my favorites with this list of The Ten Best MAD Covers Ever!
Last weekend's trip to the New York Comic-Con was also my first ever trip to New York City, and while the entire trip was a great time, one of the biggest highlights came on Monday, when I went to the "MAD Magazine" offices. I was invited i
Wolverine is the best he is at what he does, but what he's done in the past doesn't necessarily include cleaning house. In the irony-sculpting hands of Cartoon Network's new "MAD" animated series, however, the Canadian hero doesn't just get the X-Mansion clean - he gets it "Wolverclean," with claw attachments capable of handling any surface
I have to admit, when Fox's sketch comedy show "Mad TV" came to a close awhile back I didn't expect to see the brand resurface with a new format so quickly. Same thing with Cartoon Network's "Teen Titans
The next issue of "MAD" hits stands on March 23rd, and we've got an exclusive preview of two parody pages from the humor mag. As someone who just totaled a Toyota Camry, I feel a personal attachment to the first image, a parody of the "Toy Story" franchise and the acceleration problems that have been plaguing the previously dependable Japanese sedans.
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