Sunday, December 7, 2008

Sunday Funnies: MAD About the Holidays

Happy Ha-Ha-Holidays Dept. Here are a few Yuletide Groovy Age knee-slappers from the Usual Gang of Idiots at Mad Magazine. First up are a few of Mad's Christmas Carols from Mad #188 (December, 1976) by Frank Jacobs (writer) and Paul Coker, Jr. (artist). Make sure you learn these before you go a'wassailing, Groove-ophile!

Next, how MAD would you be if Ol' Groove deprived you of a little Sergio Aragones winter wackiness (from Mad #189, February, 1977)?

Finally, here's a special message from St. Nick, himself (from Mad #172, December, 1975):

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