I've been a big fan of MAD magazine ever since I was a teenager, which was mumbledy-mumble years ago. Over the years I've read quite many of their magazines and books, and am so glad I stumbled across this one at a book store recently. Being a combination of volumes 1 through 3 of MAD Bathroom Companions, it's a huge collection of great stuff from MAD's heyday, mainly from the 1960s through 1990s. The pages aren't numbered, but it's got to be around 800 pages. All the MAD greats are here, including Sergio Aragones' pantomime comics, Dave Berg's "Lighter Side Of" funnies, Don Martin's wacky humor, lots of writings by Frank Jacobs and Dick DeBartolo, along with super drawings by such talents as Paul Coker, Bob Clarke, Jack Davis, George Woodbridge, and lots more. Also, the introductions to each volume by Gilbert Gottfried, Gene Shalit, and Trey Parker are both humorous and inspiring. There are not any movie spoofs in here, however, if you're a big fan of those. My only carp is that the page size has been reduced substantially from the original magazine, which usually is OK, but some of it gets unreasonably small. You may have to use a magnifying glass to see Sergio Aragones' margin drawings. (No cracks about me getting older - I can still see fine!) Aside from that, this is a really great collection, probably my favorite of those books spanning most of MAD's history and variety of crazy humor.