Archive for the ‘Snake’N’Bacon’ Category


Thank you, Conan O’Brien!

May 31, 2009

“Comics by Michael Kupperman” is listed at #8 on Conan O’Brien’s Must List in Entertainment Weekly (June 5th ed.)




Snake’N’Bacon TONIGHT 12:45 AM!

May 10, 2009

That’s right- turn on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim at quarter to one tonight- you’ll see Snake’N’Bacon, the Pilot. (And stay tuned afterwards for The Mighty Boosh, it’s really worth it as well).Picture 4


Snake’N’Bacon: Date Mixup!! Not tonight, tomorrow night!

May 9, 2009

SO: apparently when Adult Swim told me that Snake’N’Bacon was being broadcast May 10th at 12: 45 AM, they actually meant May 11th at 12:45 AM. This means the show is on Sunday/Monday, not Saturday/Sunday. James Urbaniak assures me that this kind of “datespeak” is absolutely normal in “the biz,” and that I’m the idiot for making this mistake. Well, alright, I can accept that. SO if you stay up Sunday night, until you are technically in Monday, till 45 minutes past Midnight, that’s when the show will be. Right before the excellent the Mighty Boosh.

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Meet the Excellent Cast of Snake’N’Bacon: Peter Serafinowicz!

May 8, 2009

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Among the unprecedented line-up of talent assembled for Snake’N’Bacon: The TV show, many names stand out. But only one is Peter Serafinowicz. A walking, talking symbol of the unfairness of everything, he is talented, handsome, and one of the funniest people I know. Now he has his own website: you have no excuse for not experiencing the awesomeness!¬†Peter Serafinowicz


Snake’N’Bacon Is Coming!!!~ To TV!!!

April 14, 2009

Snake’N’Bacon the TV show pilot is going to be broadcast as part of Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim block of programming, on May 10th at 12:45 AM. The cast includes Kristin Schaal, Dan Bakkedahl, Bill Hader, Peter Serafinowicz, ¬†James Urbaniak, Brian Stack, and David Rakoff, in live-action and animated segments.



Snake’N’Bacon in French

March 19, 2009

This nifty translation came out a few months ago from La Cinquieme Couche in Brussels. They really did a beautiful job, and the printing and production are much better than the original (especially now). Clearly a lot of work was involved!picture-3picture-2picture-5An added pleasure, for me, is using Google translations to find out how the book is described:

“Fans of mood absurd trend Glen or Peter Baxter Police (less trash), you throw on this album just out of cartons. You will find great players unjustly forgotten (Snake and Bacon, precisely), super-hero not plundered by Hollywood (Boxer-on-the-head man). You will enjoy reading the journal of sexual Roger Daltrey, and discover the fascinating world of this old joker by Pablo Picasso (Cubist period). And if you’re wise, you’ll maybe even a round of sexual airship and learn to influence the toads. Hilarious or totally stupid, and perhaps both.”


Almost Done…

March 11, 2009

…with the Thrizzle book, never been so tired. Still, it all looks nice in color I think.