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.
Despite a dismal fourth place showing in yesterday’s Illinois primary, Newt Gingrich has vowed to remain in the race for the GOP nomination. Is he a delusional douche, or a fetid cesspool of a man? Either way, here are some of the reasons...
Mad Men fans have waited over a year and a half for the show to return, and this Sunday the first episode of season five will finally debut. Let's just hope series creator Matthew Weiner (second from left) didn't use these copies of MAD for inspiration.
The Mets have struck a deal to pay $162 million to settle claims that they knew disgraced financier Bernie Madoff was running a Ponzi scheme. How the beleaguered team owner, Fred Wilpon, will come up with the money is now the big question. Here’s MAD with the big answers…
We know it’s a little early, but we just had to share! On July 18th, MAD will be releasing a special all-Batman issue to tie in with the release of The Dark Knight Rises! This 80-page special will feature reprints of classic Batman material (SIX movie spoofs! TWO TV show satires! AND the classic Kurtzman/Wood “Bat Boy and Rubin” comic parody!), plus all-new pieces (including a Make-Your-Own Dark Knight sequel!) Check back here for updates!
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.