Category:Alfred E. Neuman

English: Alfred E. Neuman is a fictional red-headed boy with a missing front tooth. He is identifiable in cartoons and commercial art as early as the 1900s, but was named by Mad magazine staff in the 1950s (name derived incidentally from the musical composer Alfred Newman) and became the magazine's mascot. The Mad artists draw him with one eye slightly below the other, and his favorite phrase is "What, me worry?"