Starting this fall, Mad Magazine will no longer produce new content outside of end-of-year specials, NPR and others reported.
Mad will carry flashback and best-of material beginning with issue No. 11, NPR reported.
The issues will have new covers.
The magazine will no longer be available on newsstands. It will be available through subscriptions and at comic books stores, NPR said.
DC Comics is publisher of the magazine.
Mad had around 140,000 subscribers two years ago. It had more than 2 million at its high point in the 1970s, according to NPR. The publication is nearly 70 years old.