The “Mindset List" was created by two professors at Beloit College in 1998 to reflect the worldview of first-year college students. Not to be outdone by some eggheads at a college we’ve never even heard of, we here at MAD felt it was our duty to contribute our own haunting observations about the worldview of America’s young’uns.
Happy 50th Anniversary, Spy vs. Spy! For weeks now, we’ve been showing a different Spy every day, and we’ve barely made a dent in the lineup of amazing custom Spies! Today, we’re spotlighting this fantastic Halloween-costumed custom (say that quickly!) by Andy Ross, entitled “Trick or Trick”!
Happy 50th anniversary, Spy vs. Spy — and happy Wednesday to the rest of ya! To help you get over the hump, here’s an amazing custom Spy from Abe Lincoln Jr.! His awesome metal-head design is entitled “Invisible Oranges Spy vs. Spy — Asspanther Edition.” You heard us.
You know the drill — every weekday, we’re showing off an amazing customized Spy figure, in honor of Spy vs. Spy’s 50th anniversary! And today we hold true to that lofty and noble goal with this ridiculously-amazing design from Jay Shuster, titled “Ye Olde Iron Fisticuffs.” That title only makes us love this custom even more!
STRIPS TEASED DEPT.
Every Monday, we'll be featuring a comic from The MAD Strip Club. To start things off, here's the first installment of "The Machine That Travels Through Time" by Joey Alison Sayers!