Has MAD Magazine ever spoofed Star Trek: Nemesis?

Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies I-X' started by patlandness, Oct 10, 2012.

  1. patlandness

    patlandness Captain Captain

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    It's a minor thing, but when I used to read it back in my youth, I know they spoofed I through VIII, but to my knowledge, they've never spoofed Nemesis. Did they have some sort of Super Special that rectified this?

    It's just one of those things.
     
  2. T'Girl

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    Not to my knowledge.

    Mad magazine tends to spoof the major, well known movies of the moment, Nemesis was a low box office, semi-obscure movie. Even through Star Trek itself was well known, there were bigger movies that year to spoof.

    :)
     
  3. Green Shirt

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    Spoofing it would have been redundant.
     
  4. Dantheman

    Dantheman Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    I remember MAD's STV spoof was a one-page thing, with "God" turning out to be MAD Editor-In-Chief William Gaines. Considering how the summer of '89 was in terms of blockbuster movies, you can't blame them for giving TFF short shrift.
     
  5. patlandness

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    I remembered when they had a 1991 Super Special that featured a Star Trek VI spoof. They had a one page Star Trek V spoof preceding it. It wasn't done by artist Mort Drucker unfortunately.

    Maybe, they'll have a Star Trek-themed Super Special around Star Trek Into Darkness is released in theaters. (BTW, did they do a spoof of JJ Abrams 2009 Trek?)

    Anyway, I think the spoof-title of Nemesis should have been:
    Star Blecch: Numbs Us