Mad Magazine Takes On True Detective In New Kimye-Kovered Issue

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Mad Magazine has been skewering all things in popular culture since 1952 and if you look at the upcoming issue, #528, nothing has changed.

In the latest edition of this publication, editors take on HBO's hit drama True Detectives, using caricatures of stars Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey and even featuring some iconic TV cops from the 1960s.

TV Fanatic was given an exclusive sneak peek at the "Two Defectives" feature. The article is written by Arnie Kogen and the artist is Tom Richmond - and we may need to go out and purchase this issue as soon as we can.

Mad Magazine True Defectives

And if that isn't enough to tickle your funny bone, check out the cover, honoring the union of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

Mad Magazine Spoofs Kim & Kanye

The latest issue of Mad Magazine hits newsstands on June 17 and you can also see more at the Mad Magazine website

Jim Halterman is the West Coast Editor of TV Fanatic and the owner of JimHalterman.com. Follow him on Twitter.

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