The New MAD- Four Issues In
3 days ago - By Tom Richmond
Issue number four of the “new” MAD magazine just hit the stands this week. So how's our beloved rag doing since its radical move to Burbank and a whole new editorial and art staff? I guess that depends on who you ask.
Some really old school MAD aficionados are not too pleased with the new direction of the magazine. I've read comments about how this “isn't MAD ” and that certain articles don't have the “ MAD voice”. I've even seen the obligatory “ Bill Gaines must be rolling in his grave” comments (that's ridiculous... Bill was cremated, so at worst he's billowing in his urn). Anytime you...
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