Anyone still read MAD magazine?

I haven't bought one in at least a couple decades but when I was younger I used to love reading MAD magazine. For those who still read it, I have some questions. Are Al Jaffee and Don Martin still drawing for the mag? Does it still have the MAD Fold-In on the back page? What have I missed in the last 20 years?

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Every now and then they'll sneak in a real ZINGER about Spiro Agnew.

phydeau - Every now and then they'll sneak in a real ZINGER about Spiro Agnew.
Lol! So you're saying its a little dated? Phone Post 3.0

Evil Ash - 
phydeau - Every now and then they'll sneak in a real ZINGER about Spiro Agnew.
Lol! So you're saying its a little dated? Phone Post 3.0

Actually that's a line from the Simpsons from 1996.

MAD is so old that jokes about MAD being old are old.

The real question is do they still have Sergio Aragones on board? Phone Post 3.0

phydeau -
Evil Ash - 
phydeau - Every now and then they'll sneak in a real ZINGER about Spiro Agnew.
Lol! So you're saying its a little dated? Phone Post 3.0

Actually that's a line from the Simpsons from 1996.

MAD is so old that jokes about MAD being old are old.
Fuck, I must've missed that Phone Post 3.0

StringerBell - The real question is do they still have Sergio Aragones on board? Phone Post 3.0
That is another question that I'd like answered but I'm genuinely curious about Jaffee and Martin. I loved their stuff. Phone Post 3.0

Don Martin is dead.

jukie - Don Martin is dead.
I'll be dipped in shit!! He's been dead for 15 years! That's depressing. Phone Post 3.0

Cracked was awesome too

Every once in a while I'll pick one up

NHBDaddy - Cracked was awesome too

Like RC cola was awesome maybe, they've clearly won this millennium though.

NHBDaddy - Cracked was awesome too
I only grabbed a few Cracked mags after DM switched sides. It was ok but I didn't think it held up to MAD. Phone Post 3.0

Loved it MAD magazine when I was a kid, especially the movie satires.