The absence of one particular tooth is a crucial element on most MAD covers. But as you can see below, our next issue's cover art seems to have more than the usual amount of chompers!
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Offered for the first time in 44 years!
Just in time for the big Obama-Romney smackdown, here comes MAD About Obama: Yes We Can’t! What’s that, you ask? It’s the first ever exclusive eBook for the MAD iPad app! This 135 page collection chronicles Barry Hussein’s meteoric rise from inspiring candidate to uninspiring President!
It was announced yesterday that Family Guy and Ted artiste Seth MacFarlane will for some reason host the 2013 Oscars. While he can’t possibly be as bad as James Franco, Anne Hathaway or Billy Crystal, look for him to put his own unwelcome stamp on the ceremony.
Last week disgraced philandering ex-governor Arnold Schwarzenegger showed up on 60 Minutes, shameless shilling his book which rehashes his affair with his housekeeper and the illegitimate child it produced. Well, Arnold isn’t the only one who can shill. We gleefully present this 2011 MAD classic from our 20 Dumbest People, Events and Things issue.
During his performance on Saturday, Justin Bieber puked out his Canadian guts all over the stage. Suffice to say, the copious barf was the best thing to ever come out of his mouth during a concert. Bieber claimed that his ralphing was caused by drinking too much milk (just how wholesome is this weiner?!?) — but it got us wondering if there was a way for Biebs to turn this unfortunate event into a career boost!
Apple’s new iOS 6 launched last week with much fanfare. But there are some bugs still to be worked out with Apple Maps, according to which Lexington Avenue is in New Jersey, the Washington Monument has moved across the street and the Brooklyn Bridge is half under the East River. With over a half billion searches in the first few days, the new operating system is creating some unexpected problems.
We often notice when two things are similar. Mountain Dew and Mello Yello? Similar! Katy Perry and Zooey Deschanel? Similar! Here Comes Honey Boo Boo and the Star Wars saga? Similar! (Please just bear with us, we’ve been drinking citrus soda and looking at pictures of doe-eyed brunettes all day and we’re a little loopy…)