Highly acclaimed cartoonist. Notable for his work in MAD Magazine, which he was the longest-running contributor to, working on it for 65 years.
Jaffee holds the Guinness World Record for the longest-running career as a cartoonist for working from 1942 to 2020. He is regarded as one of the greatest cartoonists of his era. 'Peanuts' Charles M. Schulz said of him, "Al can cartoon anything".
February 28, 2022 Art/Writing
Caricaturist and comic artist.
Contributed to MAD Magazine for over five decades.
In his contributions to MAD Magazine, Drucker specialized in satires on leading feature films and television series.
American illustrator and comic artist.
Known for pioneering MAD Magazine's frantically funny artistic style.
Mad Magazine was written and primarily edited by Harvey Kurtzman, who was also Jewish. In addition to working on MAD, Elder worked on a comic for Playboy Magazine called 'Little Annie Fanny' with several other Jewish comic makers.
Writer, editor, and artist.
Known for his work at EC Comics, and as editor of MAD Magazine from 1956 to 1985.
During the 1950s, Feldstein used his writing to bring awareness to issues facing American society, such as racism, police brutality, rape, domestic violence, and more.
American cartoonist and editor.
Creator and editor of the MAD magazine, a humor magazine mainly oriented at children and young adults.
In 1962, Harvey Kurtzman began creating “Little Annie Fanny” for the Playboy magazine. It was a satire of American sexual morales with saturated nude and sexual content.
January 18, 2021 Art/Writing