March 23, 2012

MAD Super Friends parody

Category: Fun, Media — By @ 5:42 pm

User Vitouliss on Youtube uploaded this short Super Friends/Justice League segment from MAD, which includes several generations of Flashes. Check it out!

5 responses to “MAD Super Friends parody”

  1. Kyer says:

    You know…If DC started putting out DCnU 52 books like that I just might start buying again. That was (what’s the current slang?) full of win? Well it was certainly full of something and very funny (with a lot of truth in it as well which was just icing on the cake.)

    Thanks!

  2. Kyer says:

    Aaaah! The video link didn’t grab the whole thing!

    I found another YouTube one that shows from the beginning (Black Lightning and Plastic Man confront The Trinity *before* the song and dance number. Plus directly after where this cuts off Batman makes a biting comment.

    MAD: That’s What Super Friends Are For put up by StevenTheRaiderful. Bad camera work though. Going to see if I can find a better one.

  3. Kyer says:

    Couldn’t find a better as yet.
    However, did find other super hero segments as put out by MAD. Too many good ones to list, but I love Batman with sunburn, Cyclops destroying the eye chart, and Billy Batson getting around height limits. In fact, I forsee a few hours of free time are about to be yet again spent perusing YouTube. 🙂

    • Kyer says:

      btw…while doing that YT stuff I re-discovered my very first love of a speedster story…Jonathon Livingston Seagull (a gull who wanted more than anything to fly faster and faster). If you ever wanted to see this 1973 film (and God knows I waited decades to but couldn’t go back then) someone just made it available there. 🙂 wow. I love YT.

  4. Eyz says:

    This was actually pretty fun! 😀

    Loved seeing the Flash family, the JLI, and many others get some spotlight in there!

    Since Warner Bros’ been recycling some DC-related MAD segments in DC Nation (the new Cartoon Network cartoon block), I’m guessing this will air again some time soon.

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