A blockbuster deal shook the entertainment industry today when Disney acquired Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion. As a result, Disney has added the massively lucrative Star Wars franchise to a roster that already boasts the Pixar films and Marvel properties — including the $1.5 billion-grossing The Avengers.
Hurricane Sandy is shaping up to be the biggest storm ever to hit the U.S. and people are bracing for the worst. Whether putting down sandbags, stocking up on water and batteries, or just catching up on that backlog of Honey Boo Boo episodes before the power goes out — everyone's taking measures. But you can always do more! And in that spirit, we're proud to offer...
If you didn't spend this past weekend relentlessly scouring the internet for MAD coverage, good for you — it sounds like you got some fresh air and lived a healthy and productive life! But you also missed out on lots of great stories about MAD's 60th Anniversary and our brand new book, Totally MAD!
According to a new poll released by The Huffington Post, 59% of Americans favor the legalization of marijuana — a percentage that reveals our country’s true red-eyed, Bugles-munching, Disco-Biscuitty soul. But why were the poll’s naysayers saying nay? Funny you should ask…
Last week, we shared photos of Mo Rocca and the crew of CBS Sunday Morning visiting the MAD offices for a segment about MAD’s 60th Anniversary. Well, the chickens have come home to roost, friends — because that segment airs this very Sunday, October 28th! Check local listings for airtimes and plan your weekend accordingly!
Not to be outdone by The Wall Street Journal, ESPN Playbook conducted an interview with MAD Editor (and fervent curling enthusiast) John Ficarra about MAD’s 60th Anniversary, our upcoming book Totally MAD: 60 Years of Humor, Satire, Stupidity and Stupidity and, of course, our mockery o
The Wall Street Journal, one of the most respected newspapers in the world (at least prior to printing this article), published a story today about MAD’s 60th anniversary and the success of our book-publishing program!
As a public service, we take this opportunity to remind you to take all reasonable precautions to protect yourself from harmful germs and bacteria in public places. Now go soap up, you filthy dirt-merchant!