|Tales Designed to Thrizzle Vol. 1 Digital Drop|
|Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Michael Kupperman, digital comics, comiXology||5 Dec 2012 11:25 AM|
Today is Wednesday, you know what that means! Michael Kupperman is back with Tales Designed to Thrizzle Vol. 1 available to download on to your iPad, smartphone and e-readers thanks to comiXology. Fans and comedy cognoscenti alike have made Thrizzle the smash hit humor comic of the decade. The first FOUR issues of non-stop sur-reality plus new pages! These tales are more thrizzling than ever!
What are tales designed to thrizzle? Tales designed to thrizzle are about evil girls and their owls. They are about Jesus' half-brother Pagus, Dick Crazy, scary snakes, delicious bacon, Private Eye Johnny Silhouette, Murder She Didn't Write, the Mannister, portraits where the eyes move, Pablo Picasso, sex blimps (and their logical inverse, sex holes), the hot boy band Boybank, soccer joust, Underpants-On-His-Head Man, Hercules the Public Domain Superhero, Cousin Granpa, Mister Bossman, Mark Twain, and more. The stories in Tales Designed to Thrizzle made their debut in 2009 on the Cartoon Network's Adult Swim program as Snake 'N' Bacon. The show, a mix of live-action, puppetry and animation, stars David Rakoff (This American Life), Bill Hader (Saturday Night Live), Kristen Schaal (Flight of the Conchords), James Urbaniak (The Venture Brothers), and Dan Bakkedahl (The Daily Show), and is produced by Kupperman, Robert Smigel (SNL, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog), Scott Jacobson (The Daily Show) and Rich Bloomquist (The Daily Show).
Grab your digital copy today because you might laugh hard enough to mess yourself .
"It has become cliché to say I laughed until I cried, but when I'm done reading one of these underground comics my shirt is literally soaking wet. This guy may have one of the best comedy brains on the planet right now." – Conan O'Brien, Entertainment Weekly "Must List"
"Destined to be a comedy classic... truly one of the funniest books in years." – Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)