"So tell me that I’m not a rapper
Tell Rudolph he can’t pull sleighs
Tell Pluto it’s not a planet,
It’ll probably keep spinning in the same ole’ way”
“sometimes I wonder what my former classmates are doing now”- Annie Hall (1977)
This is so creepy. You can see the ghost plain as day.
OH MY GOSH this is freaking creepy X(
dude i almost pissed myself
New music video (watch now)
New album (pre-order now)
Video’s at 6,700+ views in only a couple of days, and pre-orders are now open for the new album. Album release date November 5, featuring illustrious guests! Like the following!
-James Urbaniak (voice of Dr. Venture)
-Danny Baranowsky (Super Meat Boy)
-Greg Alsop of Tokyo Police Club
-Schaffer the Darklord
i remember reading in avc’s random roles that this was one of mark hamill’s favorite gigs.
I think your/our reaction to the “geek revolution” is indeed a form of “get off my lawn.” It’s just a weird fact of life that stuff can become less fun when it gets watered down for the masses. I think what bugs a lot of geeks isn’t so much that geek became chic, it’s that the honeymoon of sexy, hard-won cultural legitimacy is over and now we’re living in the loveless marriage of cultural ubiquity. Just gotta deal with it; the party’s over.
The point I was trying to make at the end of that piece was that whatever the status of the scene — of any scene — the most important thing is the work around which the supposed culture exists. Nerds (especially in the nerd media) don’t talk about what we love about things anymore; about what they mean to us. We just celebrate a thing’s basic existence as a validation of our own. That’s why something like Fangasm seemed like a good idea to somebody.
Thanks for the compliment. I would like to think of myself as the Matt Taibbi of stuff that does not matter.
"Several people have commented on the letter about Kate going to bed with Marvel Boy. A tricky one to respond to. I did several drafts before eventually getting down to something that could be printed, and even that was taken down a gear, because there’s limits to what you can say in a Marvel Letters page, y’know?
The only time Jesse, Beefy and I have ever been on stage together. Performing “Get Smart” for the first time ever at Nerdapalooza 2013.