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I know this is MADness and it is no laughing matter.

I have gathered and still searching all over the internet to collect more free digital MAD magazine to add to this heap of MADness.

By the way, I love sourcing all those old magazines and books from the internet.

They are free and they are great sources to seek out hidden ideas.

This free MAD magazine PDF collection include back issues plus the present copies.

Besides, all the free MAD magazine back issues online, I have also included other free books by MAD’s caricaturists the late Mort Drucker and Tom Richmond.

And not forgetting the two free books about MAD’s founder Harvey Kurtzman.

If you mad about free MAD magazine online, then you better come to this sensible place.

You just click on any of the link on this page, and you can start enjoy reading all those humorous articles, quirky quotes and amusing cartoons right off the bat.

Of course, they sure drive you batty like bat out of hell.

“What, me worry?”

Yes, I worry you may think this is another one of those dubious websites which claimed to have free magazines or books.

But instead they redirect you to some suspicious sites.

You can rest assured.

All the links mentioned here, go directly to MAD magazine digital archive, where can read all the free funny stuff you want.

The only exception is some of those books from Internet Archive, which you need to borrow online to read them.

You just sign up a free account with this digital library, and you can start borrowing them.


Note: You can download and even save Internet Archive borrowed books.

Find out How To Save Internet Archive Borrow Books.


free mad magazine pdf

For the uninitiated, MAD magazine is a irreverent and highly influential satirical magazine.

It has been making fun at all the cultural items, social fads, news items, and political issues of the moment until today.

I love those incisive jabs at Madison Avenue, hypocritical politicians and mindless consumption.

During its good old days in the early 1970s, MAD’s circulation surpassed 2 million.

Unfortunately, MAD no longer sold on newsstands and will only be available through comic book shops, or mailed to subscribers.

It will still reprint archival material with new covers.

The laughter started way back in 1952 as a 10-cent comic book spoofing other comics.

It was written by editor Harvey Kurtzman and filled artwork of illustrators such as Jack Davis, Will Elder, Wally Wood , Basil Wolverton, Bernie Krigstein and John Severin.

MAD’s fictitious mascot with his gap-tooth smile character is called Alfred E. Neuman.

The MAD magazine first issue is October/November, 1952.

The MAD magazine final issue available at newsstands is Volume 2 No.9. October 2019.

Free Mad Magazine PDF & More

Let’s stop talking and start laughing all the way from 1952 with this massive free MAD magazine PDF.

Mad Magazine Issue No.1 to No.550
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Mad Magazine No.26 November 1955
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Mad Magazine No.28 July 1956
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Mad Magazine No. 52 January 1960
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Mad Magazine No. 54 April 1960
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Mad Magazine No.76 January 1963
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MAD magazines from No.94 April 1965 to No.546 August 2017
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TV Guise 1972 – 1973 Fall Preview (Special MAD Issue)
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MAD Big Book 01 – Sergio Aragones On Parade 1979
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Mad Magazine No. 227 December 1981
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Mad Magazine No. 228 January 1982
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Mad Magazine No.229 March 1982
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Mad Magazine No.258 October 1985
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Mad Magazine No.487 March 2008
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Mad Magazine No. 488 April 2008
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Mad Magazine No.489 May 2008
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Mad Magazine No.515 June 2012
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Mad Magazine No.516 August 2012
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Mad Magazine No.523 October 2013
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Mad Magazine No.524 December 2013
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Mad Magazine No.526 April 2014
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Mad Magazine No.527 June 2014
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Mad Magazine No.528 August 2014
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Mad Magazine No.529 October 2014
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Mad Magazine No.531 February 2015
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Mad Magazine No.532 April 2015
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Mad Magazine June 2015 No.533 June 2015
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Mad Magazine No.534 August 2015
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Mad Magazine No.535 October 2015
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Mad Magazine No.537 February 2016
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Mad Magazine No.538 April 2016
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Mad Magazine No.539 June 2016
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Mad Magazine No.540 August 2016
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Mad Magazine issue No.541 October 2016
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Mad Magazine No.542 December 2016
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Mad Magazine No.544 April 2017
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Mad Magazine No.547 October 2017
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Mad Magazine No.548 December 2017
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MAD About Trump: A Brilliant Look at Our Brainless President
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MAD Magazine No.550 April 2018
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MAD Magazine No.1 June 2018
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MAD Magazine No.2 August 2018
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MAD Magazine No.3 October 2018
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MAD Magazine No.4 December 2018
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MAD Magazine No.5 February 2019
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MAD Magazine No.6 April 2019
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MAD Magazine No.7 June 2019
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MAD Magazine No.8 August 2019
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MAD Magazine No.9 October 2019
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MAD Magazine No.10 December 2019
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MAD Magazine No.11 February 2020
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MAD Magazine No.12 April 2020
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MAD Magazine No.13 June 2020
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MAD Magazine No.14 August 2020
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MAD Magazine No.15 October 2020
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MAD Magazine No.16 December 2020
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MAD Magazine No.17 February 2021
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Free books by Harvey Kurtzman

Trump by Harvey Kurtzman
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Humbug: The End Of The world Is Coming by Harvey Kurtzman
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The Mad Reader by Harvey Kurtzman
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Note: For this book, you need to signed up for a free membership with Internet Archive to borrow this book.


These free e-books you need to to signed up for a free membership with Internet Archive to borrow them.

Mad About The Movies
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Completely Mad: A History Of The Comic Book And Magazine by
Maria Reidelbach
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Gaines’s Good ‘N’ Mad by William M. Gaines
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The Mad, Student Survival Guide For Those Bored Of Education by The Usual Gang of Idiots
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Related: Get this free how-to guide on the art of caricature by caricaturist and illustrator Tom Richmond who drew for MAD magazine since year 2000.

The Mad Art Of Caricature!: A Serious Guide To Drawing Funny Faces by Tom Richmond
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You can view more of Tom Richmond’s amazing works over here.


This is a free book of Mort Drucker’s caricatures.

Familiar Faces: The Art Of Mort Drucker by David Douglas Duncan & Mort Drucker
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CRACKED is another popular American humor magazine. It was founded in 1958.

Free old issues of Cracked magazine
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SICK Magazine
Sick is also another satirical-humor magazine published from 1960 to 1980.
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If you want to know more about the man who started MAD magazine and revolutionized humor in America, read these two free books:

The Art Of Harvey Kurtzman: The Mad Genius Of Comics by Denis Kitchen, Paul M. Buhle, Harry Shearer (Introduction)
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Harvey Kurtzman: The Man Who Created Mad And Revolutionized Humor In America by Bill Schelly
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Here you can see the big collection of Mad Magazine cover design started by Doug Gilford back in 1997.

Here is a movie parody of 1926 “The Flying Ace” drawn by the late Mort Drucker in the Mad Magazine issue 93 1965.

These are the five pages: 12345


Disclaimer: I do not own or published the magazines and books as mentioned above on this blog.

I just share the links from the third party websites.