On The Stands- MAD #536

October 13th, 2015 | Posted in MAD Magazine


Now available everywhere magazines are still sold (if you can find any of those places)!!:

  • Cover (Mark Fredrickson)
  • Letters and Tomatoes (Ed.)
  • The Fundalini Pages (Jeff Kruse, Kevin Pope, J.C. uffy, Desmond Devlin, Josh Mecouch, Matt Lassen, Rick Tulka, Glen Le Lievre, Kenny Keil, Jose Garabaldi, Patrick Merrell, Sam Sisco, P.C. Vey, Samuel Ferri, )
  • Messy Chef Junior (Dick DeBartolo, Tom Bunk)
  • Spy vs. Spy (Peter Kuper)
  • The Substitute Teacher’s Manual (Kenny Keil, John Kershbaum)
  • The Hunger Games Vs. NFL Games (Artist: Paul Coker)
  • The Previously Untold Show-Biz Secrets of Nature Documentaries (John Caldwell
  • 2016 Star Wars Calendar (Various)
  • A MAD Look at Beer (Sergio Aragonés, colorist: Tom Luth)
  • MAD’s Make your Own “Teen Dystopia” Movie! (Writer: Jonathan Bresman)
  • The Strip Club (Christopher Baldwin, Nathan Cooper, Noah Van Sciver, Jason Yungbluth, Charles Brubaker and Pat Dorian, Eric Haven)
  • The Mad Vault- From MAD #366, Feb. 1998 (Artist: Leslie Sternbergh, Writer: Jeff Kruse)
  • Death Star 3.0 Kickstarter (Al Duran, Ward Sutton)
  • Courtroom Reactions to the Hulk Hogan Sex Tape (Desmond Devlin, Anton Emdin)
  • Home Renovations: HGTV vs. Real Life (Teresa Burns Parkhurst, Tom Richmond)
  • The Best of the Idiotical (Uncredited)
  • “Alfred Emoji Neuman” (Yung Jake)
  • Drawn Out Dramas- Various margins throughout the magazine (Sergio Aragonés)
  • The MAD Fold-In (Al Jaffee)

This issue marks the first time I have gotten to do the art for a feature written by the very funny Teresa Burns Parkhurst, who usually does the art on her own articles. It was a fun feature and got released as a sneak peek on News-a-Rama. Click that link to see it if you missed my earlier mention of it,

Now, What are you waiting for… a furshlugginer invitation?!? Go out and buy a copy, clod!


  1. Adam says:

    Sam Viviano was kind enough to give me a copy of this issue during my recent visit to the MAD offices, and it’s a dandy! A lot of fun, colourful material and some great belly laughs. I hope we’ll see a lot of people picking it up when it hits the newsstands!


I am close to adding a second caricature workshop in January in Orlando. Details here: http://www.tomrichmond.com/2016/10/21/second-orlando-workshop/

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