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ComicsAlliance Interviews Kevin Shinick on “MAD” 100th Episode

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All new MAD, Monday December 2 at 8:30 p.m. (ET/ PT) on Cartoon Network

On the eve of its 100th episode, ComicsAlliance has interviewed Kevin Shinick, creator and producer of Warner Bros. Animation’s MAD animated series, which brings the famed parody magazine to life in a “mini animation film festival” weekly on Cartoon Network. Among other topics, Shinick discusses how he landed the gig on the show, his goals and aspirations for it, how the show can turn around its pop culture parodies as quickly as it does, and what to expect from the 100th episode. The special episode of MAD premieres tonight, November 11, 2013, at 8:30 PM (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network.

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