A controversy has erupted over the new Burger King ad featuring Mary J. Blige. Critics say it plays to the stereotype that African Americans like chicken. After careful review of the ad, we’ve discovered that the chicken stereotype is the least of the commercial’s problems.
Despite losing three more primaries on Tuesday and trailing far behind His Mittness in the delegate count, Rick Santorum has vowed to remain in the race for the GOP presidential nomination. Is he a delusional douche, or a sanctimonious hypocrite? Either way, here are some of the reasons…
Keith Olbermann poses with MAD, and suddenly his recent job troubles are cast in a whole new light.
Photo: Vic Arkoff
A 3D version of Titanic is coming to theaters starting tomorrow! At first we weren’t sure they’d be able to make a 194-minute weep-fest from 1997 fresh and exciting for a 3D-loving audience. Thankfully, visionary genius (his words) James Cameron decided to add a bunch of new scenes that really make use of the exciting 3D technology! Brilliant! (also his words)
In our current issue (MAD #514), venerable MADman Sergio Aragonés sets his sights on the top 1% in "A MAD Look at the Filthy Rich". Check out the snazzy bit of cartooning he did for the gag below (
When ABC announced that Katie Couric would be filling in as co-anchor on Good Morning America, the producers of The Today Show knew they had to do something big to counter-program. And they did! Unfortunately, they did something big and stupid, bringing in unqualified V.P. candidate, half-term Alaska governor and intellectual feather-weight Sarah Palin to co-host. Is this bad, desperate TV? You betcha!
Earlier today, DC Entertainment announced the launch of a new MAD Magazine iPad app. The app will be available for download beginning this Sunday, which also happens to be April Fool’s Day … as well as the birthday of MAD’s infamous mascot, Alfred E. Neuman.
Tonight, millions of Americans will gather around their TVs for the Mega Millions Jackpot lottery drawing. The first prize is more than a whopping half-billion dollars!!! OK, it’s nice to dream, but the chances of you actually winning that prize are pretty long — something along the lines of 176 million to one. But as insurmountable as those odds may seem, other things — but not all — have even longer odds.