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Amazon's 41 original TV series, ranked from worst to best by critics (AMZN)

amazon's 41 original tv series, ranked from worst to best by critics (amzn)
· 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..
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Jewish-American cartoonist legend Mort Drucker dead at age 91

jewish-american cartoonist legend mort drucker dead at age 91
Drucker was so talented George Lucas prevented the Star War’s legal defense team from suing MAD magazine when they released a parody of the film drawn by him. ;
Jerusalem Post - Published

RIP the great American artist Mort Drucker

rip the great american artist mort drucker
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

Mort Drucker, Master of the Mad Caricature, Is Dead at 91

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. - Published

Mad magazine illustrator Mort Drucker dies at 91

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.caChicago S-TSeattle Times

MAD Magazine turns 60!

Morley Safer goes inside the MAD world of Alfred E. Neuman in this 1987 profile of the magazine every kid's mother loved to hate.
CBS News - Published

Pacific Standard Magazine to Shut Down

pacific standard magazine to shut down
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

Letters — Beto O'Rourke's ancestry, soccer player Megan Rapinoe, MAD magazine, car accident on LBJ

DallasNews - Published

What business lessons can MAD Magazine teach?

The satire publication MAD Magazine taught Scott Eblin important business lessons, he writes, including the ability to judge  -More- 
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Letters: Child welfare in Texas, Marianne Williamson, national debt, George Washington, MAD magazine

DallasNews - Published

'Mad' magazine’s content was largely nonsense, but it was true

DallasNews - Published

The World According to Mad Magazine

Grown-ups who worried it was a subversive influence on America’s youth were 100 percent correct. - Published


I still have all my old MADs, I’ve handed them down to my own kids, in mint condition.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

MAD Magazine may fold up, but Alfred E. Neuman will always have the last hurrah

As the gap-toothed freckled hero took his final bow, let’s take a look at some of the MADdest of the ‘Usual Gang of Idiots’…
Hindu - Published

After 67 years, MAD magazine leaving news-stands

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

Video: Inside The Mad Magazine Offices

video: inside the mad magazine offices
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

Mad magazine leaving newsstands after 67-year run

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. Senior Staff..
CBS News - Published

MAD Magazine to retire most original content

Satire publication MAD Magazine, which enjoyed its heyday during the Cold War and the administrations of Presidents Richard N -More- 
SmartBrief - Published

Mad Magazine ending monthly publications

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 to stop publishing new content after 67 years

MAD Magazine is coming off newsstands after a 67-year run.
News24 - Published

"Mad Magazine" will cease publishing new material after decades-long run

“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

Mad Magazine, Irreverent Baby Boomer Humor Bible, Is All but Dead

After two more issues of new stuff, “the usual gang of idiots” will mainly publish old material in future issues. - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

From the "CBS Sunday Morning" archives: Inside Mad Magazine

In 2012, Mo Rocca reported on the history of the magazine that inspired generations of comics and class clowns
CBS News - Published

Satirists mourn as MAD magazine folds

Mad Magazine has amused and outraged readers for nearly seventy years.
Khaleej Times - Published

After More Than 60 Years, MAD Magazine To Stop Publishing New Content

The revered satirical publication was founded in 1952 as a comic book. 
CBS 2 - Published

Mad Magazine is dead and the reasons are obvious, explained

mad magazine is dead and the reasons are obvious, explained

Polygon - Published

See every cover of the great MAD magazine – from 1952 to now

see every cover of the great mad magazine – from 1952 to now
On Doug Gilford’s Mad Cover Site – “a resource for collectors and fans of the world’s most important (ecch!) humor publication” – you can see every cover since the magazine’s 1952..
Anorak - Published

'The bible of satire and comedy': Cartoonists, comedians mourn MAD's end

After 67 years of weird, irreverent and genre defining satire, MAD magazine as we know it will cease to exist.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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