On the Stands: MAD #509

April 18th, 2011 | Posted in MAD Magazine

On news stands tomorrow and in comic book shops today:

MAD # 509 (June 2011)

  • Cover (Mark Fredrickson)
  • $#*! My Son Says (Jeff Kruse)
  • The Fundalini Pages (Jeff Kruse, Tom Bunk, Jacob Lambert, Sergio Aragon?¬©s, Scott Maiko, Kenny Keil, Mort Drucker, Desmond Devlin, Chris Houghton, Sam Viviano, Tom Bland, Emily Flake, Charles Akins, John Caldwell, Tom Cheney, Rick Tulka)
  • MAD Libyan (Uncreditied)
  • Muddled Family (Arnie Kogen, Tom Richmond)
  • Kanye West’s Most Moronic Tweets (Jacob Lamber, Sam Sisco)
  • The Strip Club (Vic Black, Douglas Paszkiewicz, Jason Coates, Peet Tamburino, Nate Fakes, Christopher Baldwin)
  • A Letter from Taco Bell (Dick Debartolo)
  • Signs That Your Hypochondria Is Out Of Control (Teresa Burns Parkhurst)
  • Planet TAD!!!!! (Tim Carvell, Brian Durniak)
  • MAD’s THOR-ougly Stupid THOR Outtakes (Uncredited)
  • MAD’s 11 Little-Known, Practical, Real-Life Uses for Ballet (Mike Craig, Jack Syracuse)
  • Spy vs Spy (Peter Kuper)
  • The MAD Vault -MAD #180, January 1976 (Don Martin)
  • Dancing With The Star Wars (Dave Croatto, Hermann Mejia)
  • Sheen It? (Uncredited)
  • Things You Don’t Want to Hear from a Marriage Counselor (Jeff Kruse, Evan Dorkin, Sarah Dyer)
  • A MAD Look At Hoaders (Sergio Aragon?¬©s, Tom Luth)
  • Similarities And Differences Between The Spider-Man Musical And The War In Afghanistan (Ward Sutton)
  • The 50 Worst Things about Facebook (Charlie Kadau, Jason Katzenstein, Joe Masterman, Jason Salas, Bob Staake)
  • One Fine Day on Main Street (Michael Gallagher, Paul Coker)
  • MAD Fold-In (Al Jaffee)
  • Drawn Out Dramas (Sergio Aragon?¬©s)

My contribution this issue is a six page parody of the TV show “Modern Family” written by Arnie Kogen, look for a sneak peek at that tomorrow.

What are you waiting for, clod?!? Go out and buy a fershlugginer copy already!


  1. Mark Engblom says:

    Speaking of “Fershlugginer”, did you happen to see the recent “Batman: The Brave and the Bold” episode featuring the Bat-Mite (“Batmite Presents: Batman’s Strangest Cases!”)?

    Well, kicking-off to the episode was a short vignette adapting MAD Magazine’s “Batboy and Rubin” parody from decades past. It’s been awhile since I’ve read the original, but the cartoon version seemed like a pretty direct adaptation, right down to emulating the Wally Wood cartooning and the Borscht-Belt humor.

    If you’ve seen it, what did you think of it? If not, I’m sure it’s available somewhere on the internet to check out. Highly recommended for classic (and modern) MAD fans to check out!

  2. JWB says:

    Can hardly wait to see your take on the great Phil Dunphy ( what a chin )! And Gloria! Muy caliente! Let’s see, “Samantha Who” and now this! Will you do “Sons of Anarchy” next for the Bundy hat trick?


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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