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Abrams, Nathan: "A Secular Talmud. The Jewish Sensibility of Mad Magazine." In: Studies in American Humor 30 (2014), S. 111–122.  
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Anthony Harkins, Anthony: "From “Sweet Mamas” to “Bodacious” Hillbillies. Billy DeBeck’s Impact on American Culture." In: Studies in American Humor 14 (2006), S. 55–72.  
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Ciasullo, Ann M. "The Lighter—and Weightier—Side of Mad, Or: Everything I Needed to Know About Gender and Sexuality I Learned from Dave Berg." In: Studies in American Humor 30 (2014), S. 77–94.  
Added by: joachim 2015-07-10 17:13
Cremins, Brian: "Quotations from the Future. Harvey Kurtzman’s “Superduperman,” Nostalgia, and Alan Moore’s Miracleman." In: Studies in American Humor 30 (2014), S. 169–189.  
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Dolinar, Brian: "Humor Can Often Make Dents Where Sawed-Off Billiard Sticks Can’t. The Bootsie Cartoons by Ollie Harrington." In: Studies in American Humor 14 (2006), S. 73–90.  
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Gilbert, Christopher J. "Mad About Stupidity, or Judging by Covers with Alfred E. Neuman." In: Studies in American Humor 30 (2014), S. 57–76.  
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Inge, M. Thomas: "Harvey Kurtzman and Modern American Satire." In: Studies in American Humor 30 (2014), S. 25–40.  
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Kannenberg, Jr., Gene: "Chips Off the Ol’ Blockhead. Evidence of Influence in Peanuts Parodies." In: Studies in American Humor 14 (2006), S. 91–103.  
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Kimble, James J. "Mutually Assured Disparagement. Enmification and Enlightenment in Early 1950s Mad." In: Studies in American Humor 30 (2014), S. 123–134.  
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Labarre, Nicolas: "Joining the Fray? Mad on Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew." In: Studies in American Humor 30 (2014), S. 135–154.  
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Levitz, Paul: "Inside the Editorial Process. Mad Veterans Jaffee and Meglin Look at Their Editors." In: Studies in American Humor 30 (2014), S. 7–24.  
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Onge, Jeff St. "“Comedy before Country”. Engaged Levity and Absurdist Critique in Mad Magazine." In: Studies in American Humor 30 (2014), S. 155–167.  
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Slade, Joseph W. "Wally Wood. Picturing Adolescent Sexuality in Mad’s Early Parodies." In: Studies in American Humor 30 (2014), S. 41–56.  
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Soper, Kerry D. "Folding Against the Establishment. Satiric Distance and Difference in Al Jaffee’s Back Cover Feature in Mad Magazine." In: Studies in American Humor 30 (2014), S. 95–110.  
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