Mad #330 (Nick Meglin and John Ficarra) - Monte Wolverton Issue - September 1994

Monte is the son of comic icon, Basil Wolverton (1909-1978) who first drew for Mad #10 and provided the cover girl for the Life magazine parody in Mad #11.  Basil was known as the most outrageous artist of his time.  For all of his infamy, his drawings appeared in only ten of the regular issues of Mad.  Over 40 years later, Monte used the same drawing style as his father in "A Comprehensive Sociological Study of the Distinguishing Characteristics of Major League Baseball Fans" by Desmond Devlin.  To date, Monte Wolverton's drawings have also appeared in only ten regular Mad issues.  Basil's son has become a highly-respected political cartoonist.  [JAM 6/29/2012]

Look for the Mad staff in Tom Bunk's wild drawings for "Mad Tours a Typical Film School" by Stan and Chris Hart.

And a Child Shall Read Them - Books to Make Children More Politically Aware
Serge-In General - A Mad Look at Sexual Harassment
Little Shop of Har-Hars - The Mad Mall Directory
The Winners of Our Discontent - New ACE Cable TV Awards We'd Like to See
Tales From the Duck Side - The Jaded Jumpers Jeopardy; The Nefarious Nuptial Narrative
Getting a Reel Education - Mad Tours a Typical Film School
Tease a Crowd - Major League Baseball Fans
Joke And Dagger - Spy vs. Spy
All Jaffee - Al Jaffee Gets Gross
Berg's-Eye View - The Lighter Side
In-Tents Therapy - Summer Camps for Kids with Unique Problems
Warn in the U.S.A. - Consumer Safety Labels We'd Love to See
Heavy Mental - Are You a Terminal Headbanger?
No Need to Seymour - Dr. Quack Modern Woman
Depart-Time Work - Dr. Kevorkian, Moonlighter

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