Site Saturday: Every MAD Magazine cover ever

Doug Guilford has compiled a scanned archive of every Mad Magazine, all the way back to its first issue in 1952. Every scan also logs the contents of each issue as well. This is a phenomenal compilation of a great American tradition, in satire. I bought my first issue in fourth grade and Alf was on the cover. Didn't really understand the political stuff in it, but I sure loved Spy vs. Spy,  Al Jaffe's fold-ins and most especially Serge Aragones' strips! Added bonus, Here's a great article the NYTimes did in 08 about Al Jaffe's 40+ years with MAD.  Enjoy the site, its an American history lesson in hilarity!

the first issue I purchased

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