TCR writer and men’s wear fashion icon, Opus Moreschi Tweeted some happy snaps with the latest edition to his trophy cabinet – a WGA Award.
The Colbert Report writer Frank Lesser has written two new Christmas themed humour pieces. The first ‘You Better Not Pout’ a dark humour piece, and the second ‘A Christmas Classic with an Occupy Twist: God Bless Us, Every 1 Percent’ a satirical piece featuring a business savvy Ebenezer Scrooge.
Venus wants Buddy to quit asking her to “make puppies.” Buddy wants Winston’s help wooing Venus. Winston wants Guy’s respect. Guy wants Dolly’s job. Dolly wants to know the meaning of it all. Nobody knows what Fiddler really wants, not even Fiddler. But mostly . . . these sled dogs just want to run.
Sounds simple? It should be, but even dogs have their office politics. Office politics with sharp, sharp teeth.
From Colbert Report writer Glenn Eichler and dog channeling artist Joe “Fur” Infurnari comes a postmodern tale of heroism on the tundra, epic romance, and yellow snow. (Hint: don’t eat it.) Mush! is Arrested Development meets Call of the Wild—two great tastes that taste pretty funny together.
Heart of Darkness
Hosted By Greg Bariss
Friday, December 9th, 2011 at 8:00PM
Union Hall, Brooklyn, NY
Tickets: $8 – $10.
Cousin Corinne’s ‘Live Comix Block’ Signing
with presentations by:
Glenn Eichler | Joe Infurnari | Nick Abadzis | Dean Haspiel
Curated & MC’d by Dean Haspiel
Thursday, December 8th at 7:00PM
BookCourt – 163 Court Street (b/w Pacific & Dean), Brooklyn, NY.
TCR writer Frank Lesser has written a new book, “Sad Monsters: Growling on the Outside, Crying on the Inside.”
An Emmy Award-winning writer for The Colbert Report follows in the (big) footsteps of Bigfoot: I Not Dead.
Monsters have it tough. Besides being deeply misunderstood, they suffer from very real problems: Mummies have body image issues, Godzilla is going through an existential crisis, and creatures from the black lagoon face discrimination from creatures from the white lagoon. At heart, these monsters are human; after all, you are what you eat. Quirkily illustrated, Sad Monsters hilariously documents the trials and tribulations of all the undead creatures monster-mad readers have grown to love, from vampires and werewolves, to chupacabras and sphinxes, and even claw-footed bathtubs.