What Is The Name Of The MAD Magazine Mascot?


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The name of the MAD magazine mascot is 'Alfred E. Neuman' he is the fictional mascot of the MAD magazines published by EC Publications. Since Alfred made his debut with the MAD magazine he has almost been the same, since his first ever appearance. With the typical jug ears, one eye disquietingly lower than the other and the missing front tooth, has graced the cover of more than 450 issues of MAD magazine.

The origins of Alfred E. Neuman are still unknown; however it is possible that this character was inspired by the 19th century medical pictures of people who were affected with deficiency diseases or some hormone imbalances. Alfred E. Neuman's most famous catch phrase was and still is "What, me worry?" At times he was also referred to as "The Jolly Boy".

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