What, me worry?
Joke & Dagger Dept:  
Spy vs Spy (MAD #60, January 1961)
Artist & Writer: Antonio Prohias

Joke & Dagger Dept:  

Spy vs Spy (MAD #60, January 1961)

Artist & Writer: Antonio Prohias

A Scene We’d Like to See: THE LITTLE WOODEN PUPPET (MAD #95, June 1965)
Artist: Bob Clarke

A Scene We’d Like to See: THE LITTLE WOODEN PUPPET (MAD #95, June 1965)

Artist: Bob Clarke

MAD RECORD LABELS (MAD #32, April 1957)
Artist: Wally Wood

MAD RECORD LABELS (MAD #32, April 1957)

Artist: Wally Wood

From Robinson Crusoe! (MAD #13, July 1954)
Artist: Will Elder
Writer: Harvey Kurtzman

From Robinson Crusoe! (MAD #13, July 1954)

Artist: Will Elder

Writer: Harvey Kurtzman

From The Lighter Side of the Fast Food Craze (MAD #179, December 1975)
Artist & Writer: Dave Berg

From The Lighter Side of the Fast Food Craze (MAD #179, December 1975)

Artist & Writer: Dave Berg

From A Mad Look at Garbagemen
(MAD #97, September 1965)
Artist & Writer: Sergio Aragones

From A Mad Look at Garbagemen

(MAD #97, September 1965)

Artist & Writer: Sergio Aragones

Scenes We’d Like To See: The Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
(MAD #136, July 1970)
Artist: Jack Rickard
Writer: Frank Jacobs

Scenes We’d Like To See: The Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

(MAD #136, July 1970)

Artist: Jack Rickard

Writer: Frank Jacobs

Final panels from The Greatest American Zero (MAD #232, July 1982)
Artist: Mort Drucker
Writer: Lou Silverstone

Final panels from The Greatest American Zero (MAD #232, July 1982)

Artist: Mort Drucker

Writer: Lou Silverstone

Selected panels from
Being Rich Is Better Than a Warm Puppy (MAD #97, September 1965)
Artist & Writer: Al Jaffee

Selected panels from

Being Rich Is Better Than a Warm Puppy (MAD #97, September 1965)

Artist & Writer: Al Jaffee