There’s no ducking it – the newest issue of MAD is on stands now! In this issue, we call out Duck Dynasty, spoof Man of Steel and take shots at fast food, hybrid cars, and holiday shopping! It also includes a special pull-out 2014 Dave Berg calendar and a preview of our newest book Inside MAD. Plus, Fundalini, Planet Tad, Sergio Aragonés’ MAD Look at, Strip Club, Spy vs. Spy, the MAD Fold-In, and much, much more! It’s guaranteed to put you in a fowl mood!
INTENSELY DUMB MAD—one of the most honest book titles ever! This edition includes our versions of Star Wars’ Revenge of the Sith and The Lord of the Rings’ The Return of the King! Plus, find out if you’re addicted to video games, yecchy places to avoid during winter break vacation, an edition of The Comic Club, Spy vs. Spy, and more features picked especially for fans of the MAD Cartoon Network series!
The secret’s out – MAD #523 is on sale now! It’s got our spoofs of Homeland and the Williams-Sonoma catalog, as well as our moronic mockery of 50 Shades of Grey and global warming. As if that wasn’t revealing enough, there’s also Planet Tad, the MAD Fold-In, Spy vs. Spy, the MAD Strip Club and much, much more! If you spy a copy, buy it immediately!
MAD continues its slide into mediocrity with issue #522 – on sale now! It features our full spoofs of The Hobbit and Storage Wars! We also mock Catfishing, take a look at Proactiv for Zombies and eavesdrop on what was overheard in Kim Kardashian’s delivery room! Plus, Planet Tad, the MAD Fold-In, Spy vs. Spy, the MAD Strip Club and much, much more! So hurry up and get it today – urine for a treat!
MAD and The Man of Steel have always had a very...special relationship. Now, MAD exploits that relationship with this new magazine-sized special that collects movie parodies, special features and laughs galore!
What time is it?!? Time to make fun of Adventure Time (and the 49 OTHER worst things about cartoons!) Our latest issue also takes shots at Honey Boo Boo, Zombies and more! Plus, Planet Tad, the MAD Fold-In, Spy vs. Spy, the MAD Strip Club and Sergio Aragonés’ MAD look at Washington! And Tom Bunk visits a high school cafeteria! So stop reading this and start reading the latest issue!
SPY vs SPY is based on the original, multi-million unit selling, break out hit on the Commodore 64; Apple // series; and Atari 400/800 computers by First Star Software, Inc. It features online and local multiplayer matches, 16 new embassies (plus the original 8), and a pixel perfect retro mode as well as a modern mode, both with the famous black and white spies from MAD Magazine.