We've loved the Spy vs. Spy comics in Mad Magazine forever — but for the last 17+ years, they've been the work of comics superstar Peter Kuper. And Kuper's take on the two dueling spies is anarchic, and wonderful to behold.
Tonight, The Big Bang Theory celebrates Star Wars Day with a Star Wars-themed episode. But can it begin to measure up to the wealth of funny Star Wars tributes in television, movies, and comics?
If the Avengers are Earth's mightiest heroes, and Adventure Time's Jake and Finn are the bravest adventurers of the post-apocalypse, what happens when they meet face to animated face? In this segment from Cartoon Network's Mad animated sketch show, the Avengers travel through their cartoon history until they're…
Basil Wolverton is best known for his grotesquely comic illustrations in Mad Magazine, Timely and Marvel Comics. But he also produced some disturbing images of the apocalypse for evangelical preacher Herbert W. Armstrong. Are you read for the Mad apocalypse?
Legendary Mad magazine cartoonist and Groo The Wanderer creator Sergio Aragonés has set his sights on James Cameron's big blue blockbuster. Witness the true story behind Quaritch's facial scars and Jake Sully's misadventures in tree jumping.
It looks like the corporate goon who ordered all copies of Mad Magazine with a Circuit City parody inside destroyed was acting on her own. An "embarrassed corporate PR guy" has apologized to Mad Magazine and tried to make things right. Nice work, Circuit City. The letter of explanation/apology in full, after the jump.
In this month's Mad Magazine, there's an ad parody for Circuit City (Sucker City! Oh, Mad Magazine you rascal!) that takes aim at the electronics retailer. Always across the street from a Best Buy! Expensive TVs! The price always goes down right after you bought it! Wah wahhhh! I wasn't even aware that Circuit City…