The most irreverent freckled man in magazines retires.

MAD Magazine announced that, after the next few issues, it will stop producing new content and will focus on publishing old pages with new covers. MAD, which became iconic for its satire, political taunts, characters, and Alfred E. Neuman, the red-haired doll on the cover, will only publish new content in the year-end issue, available in comic book stores or to subscribers. .

After 67 years of mocking and creating a sense of humor replicated by many MAD retires and gives way to a new generation of jesters