Mad Magazine helped make American humor Jewish — and Al Jaffee played a big role in making that happen.
New issues will only include classic and nostalgic previously published material.
Editor’s note: Mad magazine will soon be coming off newsstands and will stop publishing new content. DC Entertainment announced Wednesday that starting after issue 10 there will be no new content except for year-end specials. We are republishing this article from 2016 in honor of the magazine’s legacy.
Marcel Gotlib’s vibrant comic art belies a traumatic youth — his father was murdered in Buchenwald. Gotlib is the subject of an eye-popping show at the Museum of Jewish Art and History.
Orange Couch wrote: Don goes bicoastal, but the howling wolves might be coming for his marriage. Megan may win over LA agents, but they still won’t shut up about her teeth. And the agency? Well, Lou Avery might just set that — and Peggy’s career — back a decade.
Eliyahu Oren wrote: brilliant and moving small peace of art - Mad men (s05e06) “Far Away Places”, commenting on feeling lonely and awkward in this world תחושת לבד בעולם buena pieza de arte sobre sentirse solo o ajeno en el mundo
Stephen Mendel wrote: This is a slightly edited (for time and brevity) version of my third appearance on Mad Men as Morris Ginsberg.
Aladine Vargas wrote: I wasn’t excepting that Jewish prayer at the end Mad Men. But honestly - I loved it. And would like to incorporate that tradition into my family. Parents praying over their children. Wow…. how awesome! It just seems right to the soul.
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