1. 19 March 2014

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    hodgman:

I hope you will click HERE today and consider supporting MaximumFun during this, the once annual #MaxFunDrive. 
Doing this show for the past three years has been an amazing journey for me. I am constantly astonished, honored, and surprised to talk to so many funny and interesting people from all over the world and to tell them they are wrong (or sometimes: RIGHT!). 
I am proud to say I don’t think there is another podcast where you will get to hear two brothers fight over whether to smash a bat with a dictionary, a father try to talk his daughter into talking to Eugene Mirman, or hear dispatches from a man selling bananas at I-95 Southbound Service Plaza in Kennebunk, Maine.
Meeting all you people is payment enough for me, but unfortunately it’s not enough to keep producing the show, even with our meager ad revenue. And so once a year Jesse and his team turn to you, the listeners, and ask you to consider giving what you can to a thing you like. 
It’s never fun to ask for money, but the consolation is that you really don’t have to give a lot to make a huge difference; and plus, there is some pleasure, I hope, in paying for content that you like, and knowing your dollars go directly to the people who make it. 
So please: DON’T DON’T DONATE; DO DONATE if you can, by clicking HERE.
That is all. 

    hodgman:

    I hope you will click HERE today and consider supporting MaximumFun during this, the once annual #MaxFunDrive. 

    Doing this show for the past three years has been an amazing journey for me. I am constantly astonished, honored, and surprised to talk to so many funny and interesting people from all over the world and to tell them they are wrong (or sometimes: RIGHT!). 

    I am proud to say I don’t think there is another podcast where you will get to hear two brothers fight over whether to smash a bat with a dictionary, a father try to talk his daughter into talking to Eugene Mirman, or hear dispatches from a man selling bananas at I-95 Southbound Service Plaza in Kennebunk, Maine.

    Meeting all you people is payment enough for me, but unfortunately it’s not enough to keep producing the show, even with our meager ad revenue. And so once a year Jesse and his team turn to you, the listeners, and ask you to consider giving what you can to a thing you like. 

    It’s never fun to ask for money, but the consolation is that you really don’t have to give a lot to make a huge difference; and plus, there is some pleasure, I hope, in paying for content that you like, and knowing your dollars go directly to the people who make it. 

    So please: DON’T DON’T DONATE; DO DONATE if you can, by clicking HERE.

    That is all. 

  2. I like the show Sherlock, so of course, I am compelled to draw something with a ton of details from the show crammed in it.

I’m pretty happy with the likeness of Martin Freeman!

    I like the show Sherlock, so of course, I am compelled to draw something with a ton of details from the show crammed in it.

    I’m pretty happy with the likeness of Martin Freeman!

  3. If you aren’t lunchmeat or lasers, my cat isn’t interested.

    If you aren’t lunchmeat or lasers, my cat isn’t interested.

  4. One of my favorite things, The Best Show on WFMU, is ending tomorrow night and all I can do is hope we hear from this Philadelphia-based lowlife one more time. Thanks Tom and Jon!

    One of my favorite things, The Best Show on WFMU, is ending tomorrow night and all I can do is hope we hear from this Philadelphia-based lowlife one more time. Thanks Tom and Jon!

  5. The Philly Boy Roy shirt I designed is now available on Stereolaffs.com! Don’t get caught doing the Roxborough strut without one of these on!

    The Philly Boy Roy shirt I designed is now available on Stereolaffs.com! Don’t get caught doing the Roxborough strut without one of these on!

  6. Baked Ziti Jones

    This illustration was published in the Best Show magazine. Getting into the headspace of Spike to visualize exactly what “Baked Ziti Jones” would actually look like was fairly horrifying - something I’m sure Spike would be pretty happy about. 

    If you don’t know what I’m talking about, set aside a few hundred hours and take a listen to the Best Show on WFMU archives!

    Also, here’s a bonus “too demented for the magazine” version of this illustration (complete with Garbage Pail Kid style typography)!

  7. Indoor Kids T-shirt

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    Do you like videogames? Sure you do! Do you like funny people? Of course! Do you own an electronic device capable of playing podcasts? Who doesn’t?!

    I highly suggest you check out the awesome videogame-centered podcast The Indoor Kids hosted by Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon. They’re funny, married and like to about videogames. It can be intellectual, it can be silly and it’s usually both. The podcast is always a fun listen and appeals to anyone with a glancing interest in videogames & videogame culture.

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    Here’s where I come in. I designed this t-shirt for The Indoor Kids and you can pre-order it right now! Support this awesome podcast and get a cool shirt in return!

    UPDATE! There’s a hoodie too!

  8. This month’s poster is inspired by the Adventures of Wonderland illustrations of Sir John Tenniel.

    I drew this with an actual, real-life pen! How quaint!

  9. How great is this Phillies soccer-style jersey design?  →

    Found via Philebrity