Do you still have your old copies of Mad Magazine? I sure do. I started reading the adventures of Spy vs Spy, Alfred E. Newman, and enjoyed thousands of the Mad Fold-in page. If you're up for a quick road trip, there's a really cool Mad Magazine retrospective going on this Summer right up Route 7 that you should check out.

What, Me Worry? The Art and Humor of Mad Magazine is on exhibition from now until October 27, 2024 at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. From Western Connecticut and Danbury, Stockbridge is about an hour and change, the museum is located near the intersection of Route 7 and the Mass Pike.

The exhibit features a slew of original artworks, covers, and illustrations from the artists that made us laugh through most of our lifetime. Some of the works that's featured include the incredible works of Mad magazine artists Sergio Aragones, Al Jaffe, Frank Frazetta, David Berg, and Don Martin.

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More than 150 original works of art are on display, and a special gallery in the exhibit focuses on the work of Mort Drucker, who spent over 5 decades as a mad Magazine contributor.

Mad magazine was published and available everywhere from 1952 until it's final issue in April 2018, and you might remember MadTV on Fox in the 1990's The rights to Mad Magazine were sold in 2018 after the final issue, and there have been attempts at resurrecting Alfred E. Newman since, to no great success. This is your chance Mad Magazine fans of Connecticut, head up to the Berkshires and laugh for a day.

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