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Here is the original pop culture humor magazine series, which spawned many imitators, but still remains in the top position.

Originally published in 1952 as "Tales Calculated to Drive You MAD" by EC Publishing, it was filled with original and often crude humor. The title was soon shortened to simply "MAD", and has remained (in)famous ever since.

Always poking fun at the pop culture world, the magazine soon became most famous for its off-the-wall satires of popular movies and television series, done in comic book format. Starting with issue #30, the cover was graced with the character Alfred E. Neuman, whose "What, Me Worry?" became a pop-culture catch-phrase. Alfred has appeared, in one form or another, on nearly every cover since.

Through the years, the publication has produced many special issues, paperback books, record albums, and even an animated television special. This collection is made up of the original run of regular issues, and does not contain any of the special editions.

The complete 526-issue (so far) original run is here on two DVD-ROMs!

Each magazine is guaranteed to be complete with no missing or damaged pages. Every single issue includes the original vintage advertising pages. All editions are scanned into Adobe Acrobat Reader (.pdf) format, and are of excellent quality. Read them on your computer screen, ebook reader, or print the pages to make your own hard copies!

Each DVD-ROM comes with a full-color label, and is shipped in a plastic disc keeper in a padded envelope for added protection. First Class shipping upon receipt of payment. Combine sets at no additional shipping charge! NOTE: Will trade complete sets for unopened die-cast movie & TV vehicles!

An absolute must-have for any humorous magazine collector! Ask me about my other magazine collections.