Yesterday, Twilight star and professional pouter Kristen Stewart admitted to a fling with her Snow White and the Huntsman director, Rupert Sanders. Her on- and off-screen beau, Robert Pattinson, was crushed by this news, as was Stewart’s legion of pre-teen fans who finally got a glimpse at a harsh reality of love that vampire books can never fully illustrate. Although Stewart’s final apology has all the eloquence of a Teen Choice Awards acceptance speech, we at MAD realize how much re-writing it takes to get to that perfect final copy. May we present…
To celebrate the opening of the new Spider-Man movie, we present this never-before-seen shot of Stan Lee holding our cover for 2007's Spider-Man 3. If you look really closely at the cover, you'll see that Stan himself is one of the two gentlemen looking out the window. Can you name the other? Tell us in the comments!
Photo: Vicki Arkoff
Today's artist spotlight is on Hermann Mejia! Check out this amazing piece of art he did for "Spider-Man Tweets While Watching The Avengers" from our current issue, then spend some time at Hermann's personal website here!
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It was recently announced that in the next James Bond movie, Skyfall, the legendary spy will not be drinking his trademark martinis — instead he’ll be sipping Heinekens. We think it’s shameful when a classic institution whores itself out (unrelated, but be sure to watch MAD on Cartoon Network!) — and we realize it’s only the beginning in a slew of dreadful product placement in the Bond films.