MADness 14: The Royal Tenenbaums!
3 days ago - By Tom Richmond
We continue our Monday MADness chronological crawl through my work for MAD with a look at my 14th appearance in the magazine, and my third movie parody. This one was a spoof of the Wes Anderson film “The Royal Tenenbaums”, written by Arnie Kogen and appearing in MAD 417, May 2002. This was one of my favorite movie parodies I did for MAD. It's not a favorite because of the work I did on it...I was still learning the ropes of doing these continuities. I loved working on this one because it was one of the most unique movies I ever got to...
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