Behold! The rare first issue of The League of the Super Critics!
 64 pages of rollicking reviews, daring deconstruction and merciless mockery in full color!

In this issue, the Nostalgia Critic goes head to head with the fuck-up lord himself, M. Night Shyamalan! What cinematic sin has he committed now?

(India ink and colored in Photoshop)

(With apologies to Doug, Brad, Lewis and Lindsay)

Remember, remember…

So if you haven’t checked it out already (damn, what are you waiting for?), Cypulchre is included in a very fleeting digital sale. So if you want a Kindle, Google Play, or Kobo copy, mark November 5th off on your calendar.

If you prefer a paperback, jump on the Guy Faux Books website and get one now. Best part about the physical THING is that you can write love notes in the margins for the next person who picks it up. The more gender neutral, the better, because everyone needs your love.

@fromstormcloudscomeangels Epub version is available from Kobo!

readthebloodybook Fabulous!!


I got tagged a few times to do 2015 selfies, the last time being maybe a week ago by @fatthesequel, but I never really got around to it.  But now I’m seeing all these brown people on my dash so it’s a good excuse to review my some of my hair journeys this year.

I started with my usual winter blowout.

A couple of workday selfies from that job I hated.

Meeting @luxeposh for the first time after +10 years of Internet friendship.

My bi-annual chop (cut off a few inches once every 2 or 3 years).

Experimented with doing faux locs for the first time to handle summer humidity.

Had a blast in San Francisco for Folsom.

Took one last week after some chick on the subway told me guys shouldn’t have fake hair.

And my favorite selfie from 2015, caught some good lighting in front of a house I can’t afford.