MAD Magazine: Bringing You Funny
Since its start as a comic book in the earl 1950s, MAD Magazine has developed a reputation for poking fun at celebrities, pop culture and authority figures of all kinds. Filled with biting satire, incredible funny point-of-views and hilarious parodies, this magazine is not short on page by page humor. Absolutely nothing is sacred in this comedy magazine - even being known for making fun of itself every now and then. Every cover features MAD's mascot, Alfred E. Neuman, a character who has become a cultural icon over the years. Alfred's mischievous face is often placed on top of illustrations of famous people as yet another way to lampoon the stars. Get ready to laugh until your stomach hurts at the annual special edition "The 20 Dumbest Issue," which takes a sarcastic shot at the stupidest people, events and things of the year. Plus, look forward to regular features like the funny, yet twisted Spy vs. Spy comic strip series. The hysterical graphics and wisecracks will entertain you from cover to cover. And the feel of being in on the joke will keep you wanting more. Don't be left out and pick up a subscription of MAD Magazine today!