ToonBarn’s Marc Morrell interviewed MAD Creator Kevin Shinick, as the 100th MAD episode airs tonight on Cartoon Network at 8:30 PM ET
Kevin Shinick’s first job on TV was “Where in Time is Carmen SanDiego?”, in which he played the Host of the PBS Game Show. Since his debut on that show in 1996, Kevin has been a Director, Producer, Emmy and Annie Award-winning writer, Voice Artist, Full-time husband and father, and an Actor in movies, TV, […]
In January, 2007, Seth Green hired Kevin Shinick to be a writer on Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken and their Robot Chicken: Star Wars specials. There, Shinick voiced many of the show’s characters and worked his way up to being Creative Director until he left in 2009. While at Robot Chicken, Shinick met fellow writer Hugh […]
This week, Cartoon Network and Warner Bros Entertainment’s MAD will continue to deliver its brand of madcap hilarity via spoofs, parodies, sketches, and animated shorts that feature a wide variety of zany characters. Of course, there’s series regulars Alfred E. Neuman and the black and white agents eternally locked in a battle of wits – […]
This week, MAD continues to bring the hilarity with skits about Harry Potter, Ocean’s 11, Star Wars (Star Wars jokes never get old, right?), and a Maroon 5 song. Of course, there’s Alfred E. Neuman, Spy VS Spy, and more animated comedy sketches than you can shake a stick at. In Mad’s Potions 11, Hogwarts’ […]
On the next MAD episode, their main skits will poke fun at 4 franchises for the price of two! With Adventures of TaunTaun using elements from Adventures of Tintin and Star Wars, while Everybody Loves Rayman parodies Ray Romano’s classic sitcom and the Rayman series of games.
MAD is once again ready to bring the hilarity to your TV sets with this week’s main skits: Garfield of Dreams and I Hate my Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Also, don’t forget Alfred E. Neuman, Spy vs Spy, and a whole truckload of comedy shorts. Garfield of Dreams follows everybody’s favorite striped calico cat as […]
DC Nation has released a new clip featuring MAD’s take on Shazam. The clip features the Billy Batson/Captain Marvel version, particularly the one that uses the old orange costume that originated from Captain Marvel’s heyday in Fawcett Publications. We can assume that they didn’t want to poke fun at the new Shazam costume, because the […]
This week on MAD, Alfred E. Neuman and the gang bring the funny once again with hilarious skits and parodies of popular movies and TV shows. For this week, MAD has set its sights on the Hugh Jackman film Real Steel and the reality show Celebrity Wife Swap.
This week on MAD, the comedy show mines another recent blockbuster for laughs, as they present “Al Pacino and the Chipmunks”, in which Alvin and the rest of the helium-voiced furry supertroupe find themselves stranded on an island, and manage to recruit a new member for their band: Al Pacino himself. Is he going to […]
This week, MAD answers the question “What will happen when Victor Von Doom enrolls in a performing arts high school?” in the sketch entitled VICTORious, They also poke fun at Phineas and Ferb in “A Dolphineas and Ferb Tale”, as Phineas and Ferb learn how to help a hurt dolphin the right way. Of course, […]
This week, MAD unknowingly pokes fun at the whole World Wrestling Entertainment/World Wildflife Fund debacle while spoofing “We Bought a Zoo”, as it tells a heartfelt tale of a man who tries to buy a zoo, only to get bodyslammed repeatedly, starring Triple H, John Cena, and Matt Damon. MAD also has “Two Broke Powerpuff […]