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Calendar, Night&Day MAD to the Bone

MAD to the Bone

This may be the best year for MAD magazine since it debuted 1952. Not only is it MAD’s 60th anniversary, but there have been a great number of new publications and events in the last year that finally give serious…
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Calendar, Night&Day Up the Establishment

Up the Establishment

When it launched in 1952, there had been nothing like MAD — a comics magazine dedicated to humor and satire aimed at a broad range of targets. Led by creators Harvey Kurtzman and William Gaines, MAD’s cartoonists peeled back familiar…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist R. Crumb Says He Regrets Doing <i>Genesis</i>, a Project Taken Apart in <i>The Comics Journal</i>

R. Crumb Says He Regrets Doing Genesis, a Project Taken Apart in The Comics Journal

"Four fucking years later and hundreds of hours of labor, and it barely seems worth it. ... It was a dumb decision. ... I think any good comic illustrator worth his salt could've pretty much done the same thing I…
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Culture, Stuff What, Them Worry?

What, Them Worry?

Let's get this out of the way right now, because so many of you will find this hard to believe: Yes, Mad magazine still exists. It is still being published 48 years after it was created by Harvey Kurtzman and…
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