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MAD's 'Watchmen' Spoof

Yesterday, DC Entertainment announced that they’ll be expanding on the classic series Watchmen
with seven inter-connected prequel mini-series. Some of the industry’s biggest names are involved, yet one name was conspicuously absent — ours! We correct this hurtful oversight by bringing you our Watchmen parody, created years before the DCE announcement was even made!

Now or Never: What Will Be on the Cover of MAD #514?

ATTENTION IDIOTICAL READERS! This is (probably) your last chance to figure out what will be on the cover of our next issue!

The guesses have been coming fast and furious. Moneyball isn't a bad try, but no dice. (Those double chins don't belong to Jonah Hill.) Somehow, the Meryl Streep movie The Iron Lady is gaining support. Yeah, that Margaret Thatcher is really hot with the kids.

Mitt Romey Sings 'America the Beautiful' at Florida Rally

Much to the disgust of true patriotic Americans everywhere, Mitt Romney has been cynically ending each of his vacuous campaign speeches by reciting the words to "America the Beautiful". Yesterday, he went one further and sang (horrendously) the beloved national song. Here are a few verses for him to sing at future campaign stops.

FAQs About Google’s New Privacy Policy

Last week, Google announced new privacy settings for its websites, Gmail, and Android-based phones that it claims are designed to “make things simpler” for users. Privacy advocates, however, say that Google just wants to grab more of its users’ valuable personal info, à la Facebook — a perception not exactly refuted by Google’s latest page of FAQs about the changes.

Apple Responds to Mistreated Workers’ Allegations with New Ad

Recently, Apple Inc. has come under fire for the labor violations of their suppliers in China. Long hours, unsafe working conditions and a shamefully inconsistent policy on “Casual Fridays” are just some of the complaints being voiced. But Apple, always the nimble marketer, is responding quickly to the situation. Not by improving the conditions, but using the tragic events as an advertising tool.

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