Happy Third Birthday to The MAD Blog!

June 26th, 2009 | Posted in General

Happy Birthday MAD Blog!

And they said it wouldn’t last! The MAD Blog turns three years old today. 1,176 posts, 3,474 comments and almost 3,000 average daily page views!


  1. Happy Birthday MAD Blog!

  2. RESTREPO says:


  3. john.fisher says:

    congratulations …just shows how popular you are Tom …

  4. Nate says:

    Congrats, MAD Blog! Thank you for keeping this up. It’s been great reading (obviously).

  5. Steve Hearn says:

    “Happy burfday to ya……. happy burfday….” (Apologies to Stevie Wonder!)

  6. K McNutt says:

    Three years! Well, a very happy birthday, Mad Blog.

  7. Paul Fell says:

    Well done, Tom:

    That is a remarkable achievement, being able to post almost 365 days a year. Most bloggers run out of steam after only a few months.

    I thought your recent series of posts about your Columbia trip was just great!

  8. engelbert says:

    Happy birthday! and… Thank you!

  9. Ernie Kwiat says:

    Thanks for your hard work and dedication to your blog. It is appreciated!

  10. Arun says:

    Congrats Tom ! those are staggering stats !

  11. Philbert says:

    Only three years? Dear God, it seems so much longer.
    (Happy Birthday!)

  12. julio cesar Naranjo says:

    ¬°Happy birthdayTom! its really nice to know your work i dont have the chance before, BUT NOW im your fan, congrats.

  13. John V says:

    Great job Tom. As busy as you are as an artist, I really appreciate all the tutorials and tips you hand out, expecting nothing in return.
    You are an awesome ARTIST because you work for Mad and do great caricatures. You are an awesome PERSON because you seem to really want to help us all out.
    Keep up the good work man! (And I hope the shoulder is feeling better).


New profile pic courtesy of my self-caricature for the Scott Maiko penned article “Gotcha! Mug Shots of Common (but Despicable) Criminals” from MAD 550

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