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Giving the "forgotten" Victorian cartoonist her due! "MAD" editors reflect on working with Don Martin! Interviews with the new "Batgirl" team, Jim Woodring and more!
How one French publishing giant deals with film adaptations! Algerian cartoonist faces prison for unpublished cartoon! The Fold-In "MAD" wouldn't run! Plus more!
"MAD" head writer Kevin Shinick looks back at the four seasons of the animated series in anticipation of the soon-to-debut 100th Episode.
CBR TV spoke with comic book legend Stan Lee about his upcoming voice-over work for an episode of "Mad TV" and some of his favorite memories of the magazine.
Former "MAD Magazine" cartoonist Bob Clarke passes away at age 87.Charles Soule talks DC's "Swamp Thing"! Tips for making most of Free Comic Book Day! Seven Seas nabs "Senran Kagura: Skirting Shadows"!
"Robot Chicken," "Mad" and newly minted "Avenging Spider-Man" writer Kevin Shinick visited the CBR Tiki Room to discuss his story featuring the wallcrawler and Deadpool, "Robot Chicken's" DC Comics special and more.
Al Feldstein and Harvey Kurtzman estate file to reclaim EC Comics copyrights! Eclectic mix of graphic novels top October bookstore sales! Twenty-five years of The Beguiling! Jules Feiffer puts $4.4 million New York apartment up for sale!
In September's "Avenging Spider-Man" #12, "Mad" & "Robot Chicken" writer Kevin Shinick makes his Marvel debut and CBR spoke with him about his Spidey/Deadpool team-up.
"MAD" producer Mark Marek and writer Marly Halpern-Graser spoke at Comic-Con International about how they keep the parodies fresh for Cartoon Network's animated sketch-comedy series.
Harvey Kurtzman-era "MAD," Mark Schultz's "Xenozoic Tales" and Gil Kane's "Amazing Spider-Man were revealed to be the next three projects in IDW Publishing's Artist's Edition line.
IDW Senior Editor Scott Dunbier spoke exclusively with CBR News about the putting together the publisher's upcoming oversized Artist's Edition collection of "Mad" comics and re-discovering the 60-year-old art.
Kevin Shinick, the creator of Cartoon Network's "MAD" television series, stopped by CBR TV to discuss how to write a semi-subversive show for all-ages, his time directing "Spider-Man Live! A Stunt Spectacular" and more.