Mad #226 (Albert Feldatein) - Eighteen Frank Pages Issue - October 1981

Mad's super-writer, Frank Jacobs penned four articles for #226 including the super ten-page parody of Superman II drawn by Mort Drucker.  This was the first ten-page movie parody for Mad since "Vera's Cruz" drawn by Jack Davis in Mad #24.  Superman was also the subject of the front cover (Jack Rickard) and the back cover (Don Martin).  The five "Superman movies" (including Supergirl in 1984) have all suffered from weak plots but the special effects have been excellent.  However, my favorite series has always been the black-and-white Adventures of Superman that appeared on television (1952-1958) starring George Reeves (1914-1959), Noel Neill, Jack Larson and John Hamilton (1887-1958). [JAM 11/25/2010]

Look for King Kong, Mr. Spock, Richard Nixon and Rocky Balboa in "Superduperman II."

All Men Are Creating Sequels - Superduperman II
Schtick It in Your Ear! - Don Martin Sells Us Sea Shells by the Sea Shore
Fan Danglers - A Stadium And Team Owners Supply Catalogue
TV Guise - Stuff You Don't Get to See on the Tube
Over 12 Billion Fooled! - A Pledge That Employees Can Live Up To
Berg's-Eye View - The Lighter Side
Joke And Dagger - Spy vs. Spy
Err Apparent - How Many Mistakes Can You Find in This Picture?
Balloony Tunes - Thought Patterns for Real Life Every-Day Situations
The Jokes on U.S. - Still More American Jokes They're Telling in Poland
Tourist Distractions - Roadside Plaques We Never Waited to Finish Reading
Knight of the Living Dead - Too Gross for Comfort
Zodiacs Murder - Your Mad Horoscope

Fold-In - Food