PAUL F. TOMPKINS IS ONLINE

emilyvgordon:

Twitter is awesome. It’s given me a lot of fantastic things, put me in touch with people I would have never been able to interact with, and it regularly shows me pictures of kittens.

But here’s the thing I’m just recently coming to grips with: it’s kind of a misery vacuum. Two tiny things…

DEAD AUTHORS HEADS EAST!

Wednesday, 8 October, featuring John Hodgman as E.B. White.

Procure ye your tickets: bit.ly/DAPEBW

DEAD AUTHORS HEADS EAST!

Wednesday, 8 October, featuring John Hodgman as E.B. White.

Procure ye your tickets: bit.ly/DAPEBW

This is today!

Me, production/character designer Lisa Hanawalt, and series creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg!

Ask us questions about Bojack Horseman! #BojackQA

witsradio:

Janeane Garofalo confronts Hari Kondabolu about Weezer and Girls.

Netflix Renews Bojack Horseman for Season 2

paulftompkins:

From last night’s Netflix Emmy party, with Janie Haddad Tompkins, Jason Nash & Marney Hochman.


Also: somewhere out there is a group photo (not a photo booth photo) that I unapologetically photobombed. I was walking by and there was a perfect empty space for me to the right of Lea Delaria (Big Boo). I hope it turns up soon.

UPDATE: Thanks to Jennifer Euston for the closure.

From last night’s Netflix Emmy party, with Janie Haddad Tompkins, Jason Nash & Marney Hochman.


Also: somewhere out there is a group photo (not a photo booth photo) that I unapologetically photobombed. I was walking by and there was a perfect empty space for me to the right of Lea Delaria (Big Boo). I hope it turns up soon.

UPDATE: Thanks to Jennifer Euston for the closure.

mostlysignssomeportents:

If you know anything about nerdcore superstar MC Frontalot, then you know he’s not just about ice-cold flow and deep rhymes: he’s also funny as hell. Now, with Question Bedtime, Frontalot brings us an album for kids, 40 minutes’ of hip-hop fairy tales.

The album features guest vocals by some of the legends of nerdcore, including Open Mike Eagle, Kid Koala, Paul F Tompkins, Kyle Kinane, mc chris, and more — and as with other Frontalot classics, the songs are intercut with hilarious, weird sketches about parenting and bedtime that kids and adults alike can enjoy.

Read the whole review…