Start spreadin’ the news! MAD will be a part of New York Comic Con 2011, as Warner Bros. Television and Warner Bros. Animation bring iconic stars and genre properties back to The Big Apple on Saturday, October 15 and Sunday, October 16.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16
11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. MAD Signing at the DC Comics booth #1254
12:15–1:15 p.m. MAD Special Video Presentation and Q&A — MAD is more than just the best-selling humor magazine in the nation — it’s also the inspiration for the hit animated series from Warner Bros. Animation, now in its...
everyone knows the cartoon,mad.it is the show that everyone thinks is "funny".This is only because the people on there are in pain,and the creators of mad dont take it seriously.They also laugh because they arent the ones being made fun of.for example,one episode was about Lightning Mcqueen being crushed and bleeding oil.if a child would happen to like Lightning mcqueen,you could just imagine what effect mad would have on them.i hope those of you reading this understand the cruelty and evilness in this horred show "mad",and understand the effects it has on the people out in the world who...
Mo Collins and Paul Vogt will perform on Saturday, June 12th at 10 pm at the iO West's Loft Theater! Tickets are only $10!
The two MADtv alumni will perform their long-form improv show Things That Come Out of Us. They share the hour with Breaking Bad's "Badger", Matt L. Jones. This one-time show is not to be missed!
Click here for tickets: http://bit.ly/9zZaYa
Also, Mo will be teaching a class on Sunday on Character Development. Cost is $26.50.
Mo Collins is performing live at the LA Improv Comedy Festival Tuesday, June 8th at 9 p.m. at iO West!
Collins, Cowen, Clifford & Razowsky is improv legends Mo Collins (Mad TV), Shulie Cowen (Goodnight Burbank), Carrie Clifford (Slammin' Salmon), and David Razowsky (Spin City) teaming up for the first time on this or any stage. Between the four of them they've performed at all of the major improv festivals around the country, and have taught and directed countless actors in countless performances. This show is bound to be smart, stupid, fun, inspiring, and something that...