In the years before parody laws were more clear, Mad Magazine was a surprise source for a major legal precedent for song parodies.
It's paranormal pop stars protecting the planet in Luke McGarry's The 27 Club, and CBR has a preview of the strip appearing in MAD Magazine #2.
MAD Magazine has named Bongo Comics co-creator Bill Morrison its executive editor ahead of a company move to Burbank.
Get a first look at "A Mad Look at YouTube" by legendary cartoonist Sergio Aragonés and more from "MAD" #545.
Plus, Art Spiegelman reflects on the 30th anniversary of "Maus," online comics for the blind, and more.
Jack Davis, cartoonist for "Mad Magazine," and illustrator of magazine covers, movie posters, and album covers, has died at the age of 91
The Guinness World Record holder for "longest career as a comics artist" reminisces about his legendary career with CBR News and offers advice on longevity
Riad Sattouf's graphic memoir "Arab of the Future" won this year's Los Angeles Times Book Prize in the graphic novel division.
The legendary cartoonist was recognized on his 95th birthday with the world record for the longest career of a comics artist.
The Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau has sued organizers of Space City Comic Con, claiming trademark infringement over the use of the term "Space City."
"MAD Magazine's" longtime editor discusses his historic tenure with CBR News and the satirical publication's place in contemporary pop culture.
A lengthy profile of the legendary comics creator asks, "Why is Stan Lee's Legacy in Question?"
The venerable humor publication shares a Jeff Kruse/Ward Sutton strip zinging "Campaign Quotes That Would Be Refreshing."
In a 6-3 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court found that Marvel didn't owe inventor Stephen Kimble additional royalties, because his patent for a toy web blaster had expired.
"Weird Al" Yankovic guest-edited this month's issue of "MAD," and CBR News talked to the parody icon and "MAD" E-i-C John Ficarra about it.
The multiple Grammy-winning musical parodist will be the first guest editor in the 60-plus year history of "MAD," in April's issue #533.