Living in HK in the 70s, British comics were like gold dust, and when they DID turn up, they'd be 3 months out of date, so I started reading MAD magazine. Admittedly, the Americanism was lost on me, but the parody cartoons of the hit tv and films were excellent. As I got older, and in particular, interested in American culture, I started to "get" the humour a lot more. Not read it in 30+ years, but I do have all the issues on disc, and look at them now and then. RIP Alfred E Neumann
The MAD Magazine board game was my favorite game growing up. It was the opposite of Monopoly in which you had to lose all your money to win. It also had weird things for the players to do, like switch money, seating positions, and even stand up and clack like a chicken. A very innovative game for its time.
According to what I just read MAD will continue as a reprint magazine and will only be available by subscription or through comic book stores. The August 2019 issue will apparently be the last to contain new content.