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MAD Magazine - MAD About Trump: A Brilliant Look at Our Brainless President (2017)

MAD Magazine - MAD About Trump: A Brilliant Look at Our Brainless President (2017)
English | 132 pages | PDF | 127.2 MB

MAD Magazine #1-500 (1952-2009)  Comics

Posted by angus77 at June 25, 2015
MAD Magazine #1-500 (1952-2009)

MAD Magazine #1-500 (1952-2009)
English | CBR | 500 Issues | EC Comics | 6.61 GB

MAD is an American humor magazine founded by editor Harvey Kurtzman and publisher William Gaines in 1952. The last surviving title from the notorious and critically acclaimed EC Comics line (Mad began as a comic book published by EC, debuting in August 1952 with cover-date October-November), the magazine offers satire on all aspects of American life and pop culture, politics, entertainment, and public figures. Its format is divided into a number of recurring segments such as TV and movie parodies, as well as freeform articles. Mad's mascot, Alfred E. Neuman, is typically the focal point of the magazine's cover, with his face often replacing a celebrity or character that is lampooned within the issue. – Wikipedia

Mad Magazine #1-23 (1952-1955)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at July 25, 2013
Mad Magazine #1-23 (1952-1955)

Mad Magazine #1-23 (1952-1955)
English | CBR | 23 Issues | HD | 822.48 MB

MAD started in 1952 as a 10-cent comic book spoofing other comics. Written by editor Harvey Kurtzman and featuring the artwork of such legendary illustrators as Jack Davis, Will Elder, Wally Wood , Basil Wolverton, Bernie Krigstein and John Severin, MAD transformed humor in comics and inspired generations of artists and comedy writers. Now for the first time, the 23 issues that comprise MAD comics is being offered digitally.

MAD Magazine #510 (2011)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at July 5, 2011
MAD Magazine #510 (2011)

MAD Magazine #510 (2011)
CBR | DC | Released June 28 2011 | 60 Pages | 71.19 MB

Alfred E. Neuman poses as the GREEN LANTERN on the cover of the August issue of MAD Magazine. Here’s what MAD editor John Ficarra has to say about it: “You’ve read the comic books, you’ll see the movie, now buy the magazine. Actually, if you just do the last, that’s ok with us! Written and illustrated by THE USUAL GANG OF IDIOTS: School's out, so now's the time to forget everything you learned this year. Reading MAD should help! --

MAD Magazine #508 (2011)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at March 26, 2011
MAD Magazine #508 (2011)

MAD Magazine #508 (2011)
CBR | DC | Released Mar 2 2011 | 60 Pages | 66.21 MB

Written and illustrated by THE USUAL GANG OF IDIOTS. Stumped when it comes to what gift you're going to get your Valentine's Day sweetheart this year? Why not the newest issue of MAD MAGAZINE! Sure, they didn't ask for it, but who cares what they think? --

MAD Magazine #506 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 24, 2010
MAD Magazine #506 (Ongoing)

MAD Magazine #506 (Ongoing)
CBR | DC Comics | Released Oct 27 2010 | 56+ Pages | 72.08 MB

Written and illustrated by THE USUAL GANG OF IDIOTS. MAD #506 is out – and believe us, it's nothing to sing about. In addition to our full-length spoof of Glee, you'll also get our handy guide to World of Warcraft! outtakes from the new Harry Potter movie, "Tea Party Logic," and "Deleted Passages form George W. Bush's New Book." If that's not music to your ears, we also mock Lady Gaga, Lindsay Lohan, Silly Bandz and Glenn Beck! Plus, there's even MORE stupidity in Fundalini, Spy vs. Spy, The Mad Strip Club, and A MAD Look at the Oil Spill! So go out and pick it up today! Just duet! --

Spy vs. Spy Comic Strips Compilation (MAD Magazine)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Oct. 13, 2010
Spy vs. Spy Comic Strips Compilation (MAD Magazine)

Spy vs. Spy Comic Strips Compilation (MAD Magazine)
8 CBR's | MAD Magazine | 1961 - 2010 | 208.83 MB Total

is a wordless comic strip that has been published in MAD magazine since 1961, under its "Joke and Dagger Dept." It was created by Antonio Prohias, a Cuban national who fled to the United States in 1960 days before Fidel Castro took over the Cuban free press when he was unofficially blacklisted for his political cartoons. Antonio Prohias' wordless, Cold War-inspired spoof of the agents of international intrigue portrays the twin enemies, the Black Spy and the White Spy trying to outdo each other in increasingly sophisticated--and elaborately stupid--plots to achieve their respective missions and along with these, the other's demise. They are made to look virtually identical: trilby hats, overcoats and long pointed noses (possibly plague doctor outfits). The only difference between them are the color of their clothes: one dresses in white, the other in black; hence, their names. This comic strip truly has gained a universal following and it would be fair to say it has attained legendary and cult status. And I've read MAD magazine through the years mainly because of it.

MAD Magazine #505  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Sept. 27, 2010
MAD Magazine #505

MAD Magazine #505
CBR | DC Comics | Release Date Aug 11 2010 | 60 Pages | 62.96 MB

is an American humor magazine founded by editor Harvey Kurtzman and publisher William Gaines in 1952. The last surviving title from the notorious and critically acclaimed EC Comics line (Mad began as a comic book published by EC, debuting in August 1952 with cover-date October-November), the magazine offers satire on all aspects of American life and pop culture, politics, entertainment, and public figures. Its format is divided into a number of recurring segments such as TV and movie parodies, as well as freeform articles. Mad's mascot, Alfred E. Neuman, is typically the focal point of the magazine's cover, with his face often replacing a celebrity or character that is lampooned within the issue. --

MAD Magazine #502  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 22, 2009
MAD Magazine #502

MAD Magazine #502
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | EC Publications (DC Comics) | Nov 18 2009 | 51 Pages | 41.7 MB
+ MAD Magazine Issues #500 -501

MAD Magazine launched in 1952, founded by legendary EC Comics Publisher William Gaines and Editor Harvey Kurtzman, and has satirized, parodied and just made fun of American life, culture and public figures ever since. Many comedians and writers – from Joyce Carol Oates to Monty Python’s Terry Gilliam and thousands in between – cite it as a seminal influence in their earlier years. While it was the home to legendary comedians and cartoonists such as Kurtzman, Mort Drucker, Don Martin, Jack Davis, Wally Wood, and John Sevrin in its early years, it has seen a new generation embrace its pages in recent years and has featured work from Peter Kuper, Hermann Mejia, Drew Friedman and Ted Rall.

MAD Magazine #501  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Oct. 5, 2009
MAD Magazine #501

MAD Magazine #501
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | EC Publications (DC Comics) | Aug 12 2009 | 49 Pages | 37.0 MB

is an American humor magazine founded by editor Harvey Kurtzman and publisher William Gaines in 1952. The last surviving title from the notorious and critically acclaimed EC Comics line (Mad began as a comic book published by EC, debuting in August 1952 with cover-date October-November), the magazine offers satire on all aspects of American life and pop culture, politics, entertainment, and public figures. Its format is divided into a number of recurring segments such as TV and movie parodies, as well as free form articles. Mad's mascot, Alfred E. Neuman, is typically the focal point of the magazine's cover, with his face often replacing a celebrity or character that is lampooned within the issue. --