MAD Magazine is on of the most popular humor magazine in America. It has been delivering pages and pages of hilarious parodies and biting satire for decades - and it won't be letting up anytime soon.More Info >>
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About MAD Magazine
MAD Magazine started in the early 1950s as a comic book, and it eventually evolved into a bi-monthly magazine. It has developed a reputation for poking fun at celebrities, pop culture and authority figures of all kinds. MAD Magazine has a funny take on just about every topic. But it may be best-known for satirizing television shows and movies. Nothing is sacred in this humor magazine. It even makes fun of itself now and then.
Every cover features MAD's mascot, Alfred E. Neuman, a character who has become a cultural icon over the years. Alfred's mischievous face is often placed on top of illustrations of famous people as yet another way to lampoon the stars. Get ready to laugh until your stomach hurts at the annual special edition "The 20 Dumbest Issue," which takes a sarcastic shot at the stupidest people, events and things of the year. Plus, look forward to regular features like the funny, yet twisted Spy vs. Spy comic strip series.
Irreverence is an understatement when you're talking about MAD Magazine. The hysterical graphics and wisecracks will entertain you from cover to cover. Maybe you read MAD magazine when you were growing up, and now you want your kids to have the same experience. Reading MAD always Makes people feel as if they were in on the joke, like being part of a secret club. Even nerdy guys like Alfred E. Neuman can be cool.
Anyone who loves pop culture jokes or the smart, satirical takes on current events - will enjoy a subscription to MAD Magazine.
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I really loved Mad Magazine when I was young, so I bought a subscription for my teenage son. He loves the wittiness and irreverence as much as I do! We watch the show on TV, too!
I enjoyed Mad Magazine as a kid and all these years later my 12 year old is addicted to! This is a very satirical mag, great for kids who understand 2nd degree humor and have a knowledge of politics and world issues. If not it also contains great spoofs on TV shows, celebrities and movies.
You need to have a sense of humor for MAD Magazine. It covers everything from politics to people in the news but in a very humorous way!
I find it offensive that someone suggested that Mad Magazine is for adults with low standards.I am someone of great dignity with superior standards and I get a kick out of the magazine along with my co-workers.
MAD Magazine rocks and I hope it will keep coming to all because even the grumpiest will laugh.
I have read MAD Magazine since I was 10 or 11 and I have loved it ever since. The incredible humor is awesome and there has got to be something enjoyable in there for anyone in any walk of life.
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This magazine is awsome! I love how they even make their own ads. They fmake fun of REAL current events and include some facts to make it even funnier.
I was introduced to MAD when I was 13 - way back ... in the late 60's. I loved it then and enjoyed the sarcasm, but I didn't get all the double content. I introduced my son to MAD when he was about 11 - he doesn't get all of it but loves the magazine. It may not be the best reading material but it does encourage children to read.