We know what you’re thinking: “I’ll never make it through this boring, endless week!” Well that’s just crazy talk, friend! Why don’t you pep up and take a look at this amazing custom Spy design, celebrating the Spies’ 50th anniversary! Today’s polka-dotted piece of perfection is courtesy of the Japanese designer toy company, Presspop! Feel better? Yeah you do! Try not to be such a downer next time.
If you see Rob's buzz cut passing by your cubicle, duck and call Human Resources. (Robot Resources will only put you on hold and make you listen to Flying Lotus.) This droid's fiendish exploits are written and drawn by Corey Pandolph!
Chronicle Books put together this mouthwatering unboxing video of The MAD Fold-In Collection: 1964-2010! Yep, this is what it will look like when you open up your very own copy. Wait...what? You didn't order one yet? Get yours from Chronicle here! [embed width="640"]http://youtu.be/NIg_6W34nMQ?hd=1[/embed]
If you’ve been checking The Idiotical on a regular basis, there are a few things that you really should be aware of by now. 1) It’s the 50th anniversary of Spy vs. Spy! 2) We’re celebrating this amazing milestone with a bunch of fantastic custom Spy toys, done by a slew of embarrassingly-talented artists. 3) You’re looking at one of those fantastic custom toys right now! 4) Numbered lists tend to run out of steam after three entries. Today’s design is from the incredible Bubi Au Yeung — extraordinary!
The music industry is abuzz about an album that's dropping this weekend. But it might not be the one you think... Move over Weezy, here comes Geezy!
You didn’t think we’d end the week without showing off another awesome Spy design, did you? You did?!? Oh...we’re sorry. Shhh...it’s okay. There, there — no more tears. Anyhoo, today we’re celebrating the 50th anniversary of Spy vs. Spy with this wicked little number by George Gaspar of October Toys, entitled “Bob the Devil”! Heavenly! And be sure to check back on Monday for another outstanding custom figure!
On Tuesday, former Vice President (and unindicted co-conspirator) Dick Cheney will publish his autobiography In My Time. One of the revelations made in the book is that in March 2001, Cheney wrote a letter of resignation and instructed his aides to deliver it to the President if he ever became “incapacitated.” The Idiotical has obtained a copy of this letter.
Recently, we went through our stockroom and came across a freakin’ TON of classic MAD paperbacks! How many different ones can you make out? Any favorites? Let us know in the comments section! And be sure to check out upcoming issues — we’re going to be giving away some paperbacks in the Letters Page!