Mad #335 (Nick Meglin and John Ficarra) - Flip the Bird Issue - May 1995

Art Director John Putnam put the bird(s) on an ad for Mad books in Mad #102 in 1996.  Twenty-nine years later the bird was named Flip by reader Krista Martin of Westerly, Rhode Island.  In issue number 335, Flip can be found on the subscription ad, on the letters page (twice), in Dave Berg's "Mad Office,"  and in Tom Bunk's double splash page for "How Many Mistakes Can You find in This Picture of a Real Estate Infomercial?"  Bunk also found room for the Mad staff including tennis player Nick Meglin, a volcano popping its cork, and a wayward Mad zeppelin.  The zeppelin and Arthur the Avocado Tree can also be found throughout the issue. [JAM 7/18/2012]

Plight of the Living Dead - Intravenous with the Vampire
The Postulation Explosion - Only a Democrat/Republican Could Possibly Believe
Glove's Labor Lost - The Baseball Strike Hall of Fame
Tales From the Duck Side - The Revolting Roadside Roundup; The Bombastic Baptismal Befuddlement
Along the Snide Lines - The Mad Nasty File Vol. VIII
Berg's-Eye View - The Lighter Side
Dorm Warnings in Effect - College Roommates From Hell
Joke And Dagger - Spy vs. Spy
Err Apparent - How Many Mistakes Can You Find in This Picture of a Real Estate Infomercial
Violence of the Hams - Plot Friction
Hire Education - Putting Striking Baseball Players to Work
Murder, Ink - Mad's All-Inclusive Do-It-Yourself O.J. Simpson Trial Newspaper Story
Serge-In General - A Mad Look at Handguns
Close Encounters of the Absurd Kind - The Ecch Files

Fold-In - Bill Clinton