Here's a frothy delight to start your holiday weekend: former lovebirds Katy Perry and Russell Brand as illustrated by MAD's very own Australian Stallion, Anton Emdin
They say Mitt Romney is a boring guy, but not when Canada's favorite son Sam Sisco draws him. (Oops! We meant to say "favourite.") MAD #515 features the return of Mr. Sisco to our pages, and he's in fine form with this incredible caricature of the less-than-incredible Republican candidate.
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 (
John Caldwell is no clown. But John Caldwell knows clowns! (See what we did there?) Anyhow, here are a few pieces of art from the longtime MAD cartoonist's latest, "The Startling Similarities Bewteen Harvard University and Clown College". After you've had a hearty giggle looking at these, check out some more of John's work for MAD here, then go spend some time on Mr.
No one, and we mean no one, draws agitated dairy-derived food products like Evan Dorkin. And no one colors those delectable curmudgeons like Sarah Dyer! You can see the proof below in Evan and Sarah's art for a piece titled "Semi-Fun Facts About Chocolate" in MAD #514.
Here's a taste of the art for MAD #514's "Product Acronyms You Never Knew Existed: Tech Edition" by the legendary Paul Coker! (Please don't tell Paul we referred to him as "legendary." Knowing his ego, he'll start demanding his art be hand-delivered to the MAD offices on a velvet pillow via private plane.)
Holy half-pound hot dogs! Take a look at this amazing splash from the Mike & Molly satire in our current issue, MAD #514. It's by National Cartoonist Society "Cartoonist of the Year" nominee Tom Richmond from a script by Arnie Kogen! Click the art to make it super-sized.
We hope you enjoy this big, juicy two-page spread by Tom Bunk! It's from our new issue, for an article called "Inappropriate Questions to Ask During a Job Interview", written by Matt Lassen. Click the art to make it bigger! For more MAD work from Mr.
Take a look at this awesome illustration by Ward Sutton! It's for a piece titled "Lines Sure to Get Applause at GOP Debates" from our upcoming issue. To see more of Ward's amazing art and brilliant cartoons, head on over to his site, Sutton Impact Studio. Want to know what these shadowy politicians are saying to work this crowd into a frenzy?