Long-running humor magazine utilizes its satirical platform to critique modern culture behind the face of infamous mascot Alfred E. Neuman
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- One-Year Subscription to MAD Magazine
Initially launched as a comic book in 1952, MAD Magazine is a humor magazine that uses satire as a platform to discuss and critique modern culture. MAD has been a pioneer of print humor, parodying familiar tenets of American entertainment and politics, as well as popular figures. The magazine’s cartoon mascot, Alfred E. Neuman, typically appears on the front cover as a caricature of MAD’s topic of critique.