|Alfred E. Neuman|
Alfred E. Neuman appearing in the first magazine
Alfred E. Neuman
First Appeared in:
MAD Issue 21 (in Detail [Prototype])
13 or 14/ 20
What, me worry?
Alfred E. Neuman is the main stupid person in MAD. He made his magazine debut in 1955, on the cover border of issue #24. He appears on the cover of most issues of MAD Magazine, sometimes with his girlfriend Moxie Cowznofski. Sometimes he appears as a famous celebrity, charactpolitician. Other times the cover depicts him with multiple objects making up his face, such as on the cover of MAD magazine #511 or #377. Often they support that and put ich is usually for a brief appearance. The in the animated show. Alfred E. Neuman is the main character in the Cartoon Network online game, "What, Me Worry?" In the game, you have to hurt Alfred, [flushing him down a toilet] or help with Spy vs. Spy, he may be the most well- MAD character.to his appearances in the online game, animated show, and magazine, he also appears on MAD's website madmagazine.com. Sometimes items such as a not known statue of though he's the mascot, he did not appear in MAD magazine issue #1. He also appears on the case of the DVD, "Mad Season, 1 Part 1," and the case of the "Mad Season 1, Part 2" DVD.
The letters section of the magazine sometimes has a feature called "Alfr." This feature shows real people who send their picture to MAD. If the magazine thinks they look like Alfred, their picture is put in the magazine Sometimes, Alfred will look like someone else. For example, on the cover of MAD stupid he looks like the comic book superhero , We're looking for readers, Who ain't too bright!" Another example includes MAD #2334578681982] where Alfred is dressed as someone from M.A.S.H. Other examples are Harry Potter, Barack Obama, Batman, and the Joker and in the animated show's intro, where he is shown on a cover as Justin Bieber. MAD's toy series Alfred E. Neuman As... Includes him as the following superheroes: BaSuperman, GrRobin, and the Flash. There is also a toy of him as the Joker. Sometimes, he is not on the cover. One example is MAD #233 [September 1982] with Pac-Man on the cover instead of Neuman. This does not happen often.
Appearances of Show
- Avaturd: A Scientist
- TransBOREmores: Kid doing the robot
- Star Wars: the Groan Wars:
- 2012 Dalmatians: Statue
- Grey's in Anime:
- Star Blecch: Baby
- WALL·E·NATOR: Himself in the program sucked down the toilet, in the MAD studio.
- Extreme Renovation: House Edition:
- Pirates of the NeAt Wit's End: Skeleton (titl card), Moon
- BFamily Feud: (one of the Berkelsa similar resemblance to Alfred)
- Cliffordfield: Statue Liberty Spoofed
- Big Time Rushmore:
- Fantastic Megan Fox:
- MAD vs. Wild:
- I Love You, Iron Man:
- Ben 10 Franklin:
- Class of the Titans: Himself cutting Curseus; in the Title Card.
- Zeke and Lex Luthor: Graffiti's Skateboard
- S'UP: On cover of Ronnie's magazine
- Da Grinchy Code: On MAD magazines and
- Snott Pilgrim vs. the Wonderful World of Disney: Kimberly Pine
- Malcolm in the Middle Earth:
- Pokémon Park:
- So You Think You Can Train Your Dragon How to Dance: Inside Red Death's body
- Yo Gagga Gagga!:
- The Straight A-Team:
- Gaming's Next Top Princess:
- The Buzz Identity:
- Two and a Half Man:
- Are You Karate Kidding Me?: Wall of China
- The Fresh Prawn of Bel-Air:
- Naru210: Anime Mount Rushmore.
- Ko-Bee Movie:
- Law & Ogre: Statue of Liberty
- Pooh Grit:
- Not a Fan a Montana:
- The Social Netjerk: Himself cleaning the window erasing what I wrote in it.
- Turn off the Clark:
- TwiGH School Musica
- Avenger Time:
- ArTHOR: Nick Fury (only in 5-Second Cartoon)
- The Big Fang Theory:
- Ribbitless: At the end playing a note
- The Clawfice:
- Force Code:
- RiOa: Himself Trying to fly.
- Thomas the Unstoppable Tank Engine:
- Super 80's:
- Captain America's Got Talent:
- Kung Fu Blander: On the cover of the MAD magazine.
- Destroy Bob The Builder Destroy:
- Pirates of the Pair of Tweens: Skeleton (title card), Alfa-Loompas
- Konan the Kardashian:
- Fast Hive: His name on the cover of the book.
- Minute To Flynn It: On the coin inserted into the machine.
- Cowboys & Alien Force: Himself writing a script.
- ThunderLOLcats: Himself on the core of the Internet.
- TransBOREmores 3: Dark of the Blue Moon:
- The Walking Fred:
- X-Games: First Class:
- Criminal Minecraft:
- Kitchen Nightmares Before Christmas: A raw head.
- How I Met Your Mummy:
- Dances with Wolverine: A Footloose Parody:
- Tater Tots & Tiaras: One of Savannah's faces
- Demise of the Planet of the Apes: A Statue of Liberty
- The Celebrity Ape-rentice:
- Money Ball Z:
- Green Care Bear:
- Spy vs. Spy Kids: On the cover of a MAD magazine.
- The Superhero Millionaire Matchmaker:
- Captain American't:
- My Supernatural Sweet 16: In the wallpaper (Title Card)
- Twilight: Staking Dawn:
- Cookie Blue:
- WWE Bought a Zoo:
- 2 Broke Powerpuff Girls:
- Dolphineas and Ferb Tale:
- My Little War Horse:
- The Tonight Show with Jay Lion-O:
- Al Pacino and the Chipmunks:
- That's What Super Friends Are For:
- Real Veal:
- Celebrity Wife Swamp:
- Garfield of Dreams:
- I Hate My Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:
- The Adventures of TaunTaun:
- Everybody Loves Rayman:
- Potions 11:
- Moves Like Jabba:
- Addition Impossible: Guy that Kurt Hendricks was selling the nuclear codes to; mask.
- New Gill: On the cover of Scuttle's "Banglewouzer."; In the bottom of the title card.
- Hulk Smash:
- The Iron Giant Lady:
- Raising a New Hope:
- Yawn Carter:
- Franklin & Crash: A constellation visible in the universe.
- Battleship vs. Titanic:
- Jurassic Parks and Recreation
- Betty White & the Huntsman:
- Ancient Greek MythBusters:
- I Am Lorax:
- Modern Family Circus: Lily Tucker-Pritchett (only in the title card's presentation)
- This Means War Machine:
- The Mixed Martial Artist:
- Aquaman vs. Wild:
- The Blunder Games: In the title card's logo.
- The Poop-seidon Adventure: In the stamp of MAD classic.
- The Average'ers:
- The Legend of Dora:
- Men in Black to the Future:
- Pokémon of Interest: one of the pictures from the PCs
- Diary of a Wimpy Kid Icarus:
- Adjustment Burro:
- Taking Nemo: If you pay attention to the title card. The hole of the letter O is shaped head Alfred E. Neuman
- Once Upon a Toon: Elvis Presley
- The Amazing Spider-Minaj:
- Go, Dragon Ball, Go!:
- Dark Knight at the Museum: Alfred Pennyworth
- Lemming Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Video Game Deaths:
- Total Recall Me Baby: Himself writing the script, replaced by a monkey.
- The Asgardigans:
- The Bourne Leg-a-Turkey:
- Here Comes the Doom:
- Brain Purge:
- Fantastic Four Christmases:
- Red & White Collar:
- Hip Hop Hobbit:
- The Monday Project:
- The Perks of Being a Wallcrawler:
- Regular Shogun Warriors:
- Twilight: Breaking Down:
- GOllum ON:
- Life of Rhyme:
- Here Comes Yogi Boo Boo: In the Television with Werner Herzog (Only in 5-Second Cartoon)
- James Bond: Reply All:
- Randy Savage: 9th Grade Wrestler: In the central t-shirt Howard Weinerman.
- George Washington: Cherry Tree Chopper:
- Star Wars Earned Stripes:
- Doraline: Figures in the cheap knock-off stand.
- Alfred E. Neuman also appears on some MAD shorts (such as Animated Marginals) between segments.
- Alfred E. Neuman appeared in a Peanuts comic strip, where Charlie Brown thinks that he's going crazy, since whenever the sun rises he sees a baseball. One dawatches the sun rise, and hesees Alfred'
- To tie in with the "E. Neuman" threw his hat into the race, and seem like celebrities are supporting him. One such example is when a video his butler father Alfred Pennyworth was edited and everytime Batman said Alfred, a computer voice would say "E. Neuman".