National Lampoon’s Poison Pill
National Lampoon was founded by four alumni of the Harvard Lampoon. NL began as a humor magazine that ran from the 1970s – 1990s. With its absurdist, irreverent, satirical/subversive approach, NL pushed the boundaries of social norms and impacted pop culture in a meaningful way. From the letters to the editor, to the fake advertisements, the entire magazine was utilized as a canvas of energetic satirical expression. The magazine expanded into film, radio, live theater and other media.
Most notable were: NL Radio Hour (which became SNL), Lemmings, and cult classic films like Animal House, Vacation, Christmas, and Van Wilder.
Today, National Lampoon is focused on building in the Web3 space with the launch of a creator first Web3 studio, and its first non-fungible token (NFT) named the Poison Pill. The NFT will be an access pass to National Lampoon’s Web3 platform – a destination focused on the intersection of artists, audience, comedic entertainment, digital assets, experiences, and IP rights enabled by blockchain innovation.
The Poison Pill is the key to National Lampoon in the digital age. The genesis collection will be an all-access pass that will provide exclusive membership to all-things comedy under the National Lampoon umbrella. We hope to bring together a community around humor from creators to audiences.
Web3 comedy club.
Access to the Web3 Comedy Club and select access to comedy clubs across the US
Early access to all upcoming media content (tv series, magazine, movies and more)
Community-driven content creation – with ability to contribute, vote and be an active voice
Opportunities for creators to participate in the virtual writers room
Long-term – build out a platform that is a talent incubator and content launch pad under the NL umbrella
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