On the Stands: MAD #481

August 16th, 2007 | Posted in MAD Magazine

In comic book shops today and on newsstands on Tuesday, August 21st:



MAD # 481 (Sept. 2007)

  • Covers (Jack Syracuse)
  • The Fundalini Pages (John Caldwell, Dick DeBartolo, Desmond Devlin, Duck Edwing, Feggo, Laura Howell, Jeff Kruse, Kevin Pope, Adam Rust, Eric Scott, Jack Syracuse, Rick Tulka)
  • Spider-Sham 3 (Arnie Kogen, Hermann Mejia)
  • The Young Man’s Guide to Successful Mall Romance (Jacob Lambert, Rich Powell)
  • Planet TAD!!!!! (Tim Carvell)
  • MAD Proudly Presents Outtakes from Hillary’s Sopranos Spoof (Uncredited)
  • Failed Pitches for the new Simpson’s Movie (Steve Smallwood)
  • Things Shouted Out to Paris Hilton as She Left Prison (Tom Richmond)
  • Spy vs Spy (Peter Kuper)
  • Monroe and… The Summer Jobs, Part 1 (Tony Barbieri, Tom Fowler, Ryan Flanders)
  • The MAD Guide for Public Speakers, Vol. One (Jeff Kruse, Tom Bunk)
  • A Mad Look at Mixed Martial Arts (Sergio Aragon?¬©s)
  • Celebrity Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards (Michael Arnold, Tom Richmond)
  • The Believability/Unbelievability of Harry Potter (Barry Liebmann, Paul Coker)
  • BOO! (Desmond Devlin, Mort Drucker)
  • What The Heck is the Difference? (Norman Mingo)
  • MAD Fold-In (Al Jaffe)
  • Drawn Out Dramas (Sergio Aragon?¬©s)
  • Next Month In Mad #481: The 50 Worst Things About Advertising! America’s Next Top Mobster!

I actually have two pieces in this issue, a one page gag about Paris Hilton’s prison release, and a two pager with celebrities as Yu-Gi-Oh cards. I’ll post a few sneak peeks tomorrow.

So what are you waiting for? Go buy a copy today, clod!


  1. Antzo8 says:

    Good news on the Spider-man 3 and 300 parodies, though I would have guessed you to be the artist for the Spider-man piece. Just as I would have picked Hermann Mejia to do the Harry Potter piece last month. Not that there’s anything wrong with any of that. Maybe MAD is trying to add some variety to its serial movie parodies. Can’t wait to read them, but seeing as I’m Australian, the content of this issue won’t be around until mid-October.
    Anyways- Good work, Tom. Keep it up.


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