Real Songs, Fake Bands: CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND

With the June release of The Lonely Island and Judd Apatow film Popstar: Never Stop Stopping, The Deadshirt crew decided to take some of our favorite fictional bands and artists and pit them head-to-head, college basketball style. There’s a wealth of great music that’s come Read More …

Real Songs, Fake Bands: The Final Four

With the June release of The Lonely Island and Judd Apatow film Popstar: Never Stop Stopping, the Deadshirt crew decided to take some of our favorite fictional bands and artists and pit them head-to-head, college basketball style. There’s a wealth of great music that’s come Read More …

Real Songs, Fake Bands: Round Three

With the June release of The Lonely Island and Judd Apatow film Popstar: Never Stop Stopping, The Deadshirt crew decided to take some of our favorite fictional bands and artists and pit them head-to-head, college basketball style. There’s a wealth of great music that’s come Read More …

Real Songs, Fake Bands: Round Two, Part 1

With the June release of The Lonely Island and Judd Apatow film Popstar: Never Stop Stopping, the Deadshirt crew decided to take some of our favorite fictional bands and artists and pit them head-to-head, college basketball style. There’s a wealth of great music that’s come Read More …

Real Songs, Fake Bands, Round One

With the June release of The Lonely Island and Judd Apatow film Popstar: Never Stop Stopping, The Deadshirt crew decided to take some of our favorite fictional bands and artists and pit them head-to-head, college basketball style. There’s a wealth of great music that’s come Read More …

Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Seconds Is Magical [Review]

There’s a moment in Bryan Lee O’Malley’s new graphic novel Seconds, a fleeting gag really, that calls back to a particularly beloved line from his Scott Pilgrim series. Perhaps it was designed, like some background cameos from Scott and Ramona, as a friendly shout out Read More …

Taking a Time-Out with Seconds Colorist Nathan Fairbairn [Interview]

  Since breaking into the comics scene with 2007’s Annihilation: Conquest – Starlord mini-series, colorist Nathan Fairbairn has worked as something of a silent partner with artists such as Chris Burnham on Batman Incorporated and Yanick Paquette on Swamp Thing (to say nothing of a host of upcoming Grant Read More …