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"MAD Magazine" has issued a warning about one of the smells contained in Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner's "Harley Quinn Annual" #1.
Al Feldstein, who as editor steered "MAD Magazine" to the height of its popularity and influence, passed away Tuesday at his home in Livingston, Montana. He was 88.
CBR has the exclusive debut of three of April's MAD-themed DC Comics variant covers, by Al Jaffee, Al Kerschbaum and Hermann Mejia.
How one French publishing giant deals with film adaptations! Algerian cartoonist faces prison for unpublished cartoon! The Fold-In "MAD" wouldn't run! Plus more!
This April, DC Comics celebrates Alfred E. Neuman's birthday with a second round of variant covers by MAD's Usual Gang of Idiots.
NFL franchise opposes current plan to expand San Diego Convention Center! Tips for surviving New York Comic Con! Columbia University Library acquires Al Jaffee works! Plus much more!
CBR TV spoke with comic book legend Stan Lee about his upcoming voice-over work for an episode of "Mad TV" and some of his favorite memories of the magazine.
Former "MAD Magazine" cartoonist Bob Clarke passes away at age 87.Charles Soule talks DC's "Swamp Thing"! Tips for making most of Free Comic Book Day! Seven Seas nabs "Senran Kagura: Skirting Shadows"!
"MAD Magazine" legend Al Jaffee pays homage to Joe Shuster's iconic "Action Comics" #1 cover in a new variant meant to bring two parts of the DC Entertainment publishing line together.
DC Comics made shifts in its executive structure as Editor-in-Cheif Bob Harras earned an SVP addition to his title while Hank Kanalz now leads Vertigo with an eye on integrating the imprint across the company.
Ape Entertainment's "Temple Run" #1 tops iTunes sales chart! A visit to the "MAD" offices! Seattle police in spotlight after allowing Phoenix Jones fistfight! Brooklyn Comics & Graphics Festival wrap-up! Plus much more!
At the Alternative Press Expo in San Francisco, renowned cartoonist Sergio Aragonés spoke with fans about his life and career with "MAD Magazine," a growing desire to self-publish, the future of "Groo" and more.
"MAD" producer Mark Marek and writer Marly Halpern-Graser spoke at Comic-Con International about how they keep the parodies fresh for Cartoon Network's animated sketch-comedy series.
IDW Senior Editor Scott Dunbier spoke exclusively with CBR News about the putting together the publisher's upcoming oversized Artist's Edition collection of "Mad" comics and re-discovering the 60-year-old art.
Cartoon Network has released clips and screenshots from Saturday's all-new DC Nation block, including a sneak peek at "MAD Presents Shazamwich," "Green Lantern" and "Young Justice."
DC's in-house collectible creators showed off all-new statues and action figures for "Watchmen," "Dark Knight Rises," "Arkham City," the New 52 and more at Toy Fair 2012.
It's a mad, mad, mad world this week as COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD examines legends all related to Mad Magazine, including the strange history of Alfred E. Neuman!
Was Mickey Mouse the code word for the Allied Invasion on D-Day, how did the late Jerry Robinson helped free a political prisoner and were some "MAD Magazine" covers were to controversial print? Find out in CBLR!
DC Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive look at "MAD Magazine's" annual "20 Dumbest People, Events & Things" feature featuring Charlie Sheen as the emerald-hued Sheen Lantern.
The longtime creative team of Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier discussed their upcoming "Groo Vs Conan" crossover, breaking into comics, their years of collaboration, the possibility of taking Groo digital and more.
Kevin Shinick, the creator of Cartoon Network's "MAD" television series, stopped by CBR TV to discuss how to write a semi-subversive show for all-ages, his time directing "Spider-Man Live! A Stunt Spectacular" and more.
The legendary cartoonist talks with CBR about his long career on"Mad Magazine," “The Simpsons,” “Groo,” as well as “Sergio Aragones: Five Decades of His Finest Work,” the new retrospective book from Running Press.
Golden and Silver Age creators John Romita Sr., Jerry Robinson and Al Jaffee talk about their years in the comic book industry and the mentors and peers they have worked with at the New York Comic Con.
The legendary Al Jaffee and the author of the new book, "Al Jaffee's Mad Life," Mary-Lou Weisman, spoke with CBR News about revisiting the artist's past, his views on life, awards and art and much more.
Superboy, Robin, Kid Flash and more will join forces on the Cartoon Network this year for an all-new DC Entertainment animated series on the heels of a confirmed Adult Swim-style MAD Magazine show.