· Amazon Prime Video has beefed up its offering of original TV shows in recent years with genre titles like "The Boys" and "The Expanse."
· It's also expanded its comedy content with Emmy-winning.. Business Insider - Published
Like many of you, I grew up reading MAD magazine and enjoying the famed getting lampooned. Mort Drucker drew much of the magazine’s best artwork. He died this week aged 91. Why did he draw? Because.. Anorak - Published
His illustrations of celebrities for Mad magazine’s movie and television satires inspired countless cartoonists. Actors, politicians and others knew they had made it when he drew them. NYTimes.com - Published
Mort Drucker, the Mad Magazine cartoonist who for decades lovingly spoofed politicians, celebrities and popular culture, died Thursday at 91. Denver Post - Published Also reported by •CBC.ca •Chicago S-T •Seattle Times
Pacific Standard, a Santa Barbara-based magazine dedicated to covering social and environmental justice, will shut down next Friday, the editor-in-chief Nicholas Jackson announced Wednesday.
The.. The Wrap - Published
SAN FRANCISCO: MAD, the long-running satirical magazine that influenced everyone from "Weird Al" Yankovic to the writers of The Simpsons, will be leaving news-stands after its August issue. Really. Bangkok Post - Published
Last week, news came that Mad Magazine would be ceasing publication of new content, which means that—after 67 years—you won't be seeing it on newsstands after the August issue drops. [ more › ] Gothamist - Published
The beloved Mad magazine will stop producing new publications after 67 years of satirical cartoons. Several celebrities credit the magazine for shaping their comedic styles. ComicBook.com Senior Staff.. CBS News - Published
This past week, Mad Magazine announced it's discontinuing monthly publication of new issues after August and will republish classic material instead along with year-end specials featuring new articles. CBS News - Published
“Mad Magazine” will cease publishing new material after its fall issue is released. Launched by William Gaines in 1952 as a comic book, it soon became a satirical magazine never fearing to take on.. CBS News - Published