PAUL F. TOMPKINS IS ONLINE

Aug 04

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BONUS: We’ve cracked open the Superego vault and pulled out some sketches that have never seen the light of day. We’ll talk about these sketches, why they didn’t make the cut, and other delightful insights.  
SPECIAL GUESTS: Paul F. Tompkins from No, You Shut Up, Mike Rock from Chelsea Lately, Andy Crocker from Adult Swim, Brian Bradley, and Ryan Smith.
CASE STUDIES: Bruce ‘The Throat’ Hume and Ed ‘The Inflection’ Olivas, Grandma Jonesy, Grandma Queen Bee, The Helpton Inn, George Zimmer and My Baby Dreamer.
RELEASE DATE: August 1, 2014
BUY IT OVER HERE IN THIS AREA.

BONUS: We’ve cracked open the Superego vault and pulled out some sketches that have never seen the light of day. We’ll talk about these sketches, why they didn’t make the cut, and other delightful insights.  

SPECIAL GUESTS: Paul F. Tompkins from No, You Shut UpMike Rock from Chelsea LatelyAndy Crocker from Adult SwimBrian Bradley, and Ryan Smith.

CASE STUDIES: Bruce ‘The Throat’ Hume and Ed ‘The Inflection’ OlivasGrandma JonesyGrandma Queen BeeThe Helpton InnGeorge Zimmer and My Baby Dreamer.

RELEASE DATE: August 1, 2014

BUY IT OVER HERE IN THIS AREA.

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Aug 03

See the entire catalogue here.
Hear the inspiration here.

See the entire catalogue here.

Hear the inspiration here.

Aug 02

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Aug 01

Anonymous said: Do you deny the blood in which the Leviathan swims? There is no melanin in blood; the Leviathan drips purest red. How can you claim to disclaim violence when so much of your blog is dedicated to denouncing any check on the Leviathan's claws?

yoisthisracist:

I can’t believe how much I am not even trying to understand what the fuck you’re talking about right now.

Jul 31

In my line of work, one finds oneself, now and again, in a costume shop. And even if one is not looking for the Green Gladiator per se, one may encounter him nonetheless, and one is never quite the same ever after.

In my line of work, one finds oneself, now and again, in a costume shop. And even if one is not looking for the Green Gladiator per se, one may encounter him nonetheless, and one is never quite the same ever after.