A few web only features and parodies are beginning to appear on MAD‘s website, including this little gem:
And this one:
There are a several more parody ads and magazine posters on the website as well, including the Phelps “High Times” cover and the Madoff movie poster “Scumbag Billionaire” I showed on the site before.
A sign of the future? Maybe. I don’t know exactly what the plans are for the website, but with 3 months between issues there is a lot of talk and thinking about it going on at the office… or so I’m told. Obviously someone drew the Peanuts spoof for MAD, but no credits…
I think this is exactly the sort of stuff they need to have on the website to make visiting it regularly worthwhile. Get readers there, and then have subscription info all over it. A combination web/print model is the way to go.
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