thechrishaley:

I drew AND wrote a very special Wolverine Memorial Edition of Comics, Everybody!
It’s up RIGHT NOW at ComicsAlliance.com!
Also, it was colored by all around great guy and recent houseguest of mine, jordangibson!
Check it out, share it on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Ello, Queequeg, whatever you’re into these days.
I would appreciate that a bunch!
xoch

thechrishaley:

I drew AND wrote a very special Wolverine Memorial Edition of Comics, Everybody!

It’s up RIGHT NOW at ComicsAlliance.com!

Also, it was colored by all around great guy and recent houseguest of mine, jordangibson!

Check it out, share it on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Ello, Queequeg, whatever you’re into these days.

I would appreciate that a bunch!

xo
ch

bearthurthevampireslayer:

gfgossiperpodcast:

saturdaymorningblockparty:

thechrishaley:

True Story About Me & Gravity Falls & Friendship
I’m saying this late at night so most people won’t even see it, but the idea of watching Gravity Falls without Eugene is such a bummer to me that so far I have not tried very hard to watch the new episodes.

I’m not trying to be maudlin or over/melodramatic about it, so hopefully it doesn’t come across that way.
I had no idea when I started watching the show that it was going to lead to a podcast and so many new people and experiences that I otherwise never would have had a chance to be involved with.

More importantly though, I had no idea it was going to take a dude I was pretty good friends with and end up making him one of the best friends I’ve ever had.
In the course of talking about a cartoon he and I got to know each other so much better, and I’m pretty sure it also lead to us understanding some things about ourselves better. I know there were times where having an excuse to sit across from each other and that forum to just talk about what was on our minds and about life and stuff really helped us out. Personally, mentally, emotionally, whatever. It helped.

But the main thing I’d like to say is that I am grateful.
I’m grateful to the show for existing.
I’m grateful to Euge ( adamwarrock ) for wanting to do a show about a show I made him watch and then working so hard and making so many fantastic and fun things happen for us.
I’m grateful to anyone who ever listened or cared or misses hearing from us every week. That is an amazing thing.
And I am very, very grateful that so many of these real conversations and ridiculous moments between me and a friend are available for me to listen to whenever I want.

It seems weird to think about it like that, but how often do you get to actually relive memories of times spent with your friends?
To get to hear yourself laughing and having fun and just being in a room with someone you like hanging out with for hours at a time.
That’s unbelievably wonderful when you don’t get to do it anymore.

Anyway, it’s all still around, so why not go give an old episode or two a listen. 
There’s a couple of shirts left, if you want one of those. 
Hell, you can even still buy our ridiculously long fundraiser episodes if all the free episodes aren’t enough.

I don’t know what the future holds, but I hope that somehow, someday it will hold something and that if you’re reading this you’ll want to be a part of it.
Let’s see what happens with life and stuff.

xoch

We miss you guys! Can’t wait for you to return!
I don’t think that our podcast, Saturday Morning Block Party, would exist if it wasn’t for Chris and Eugene. Go give them a listen! They even had an episode with Alex Hirsch voicing Grunkle Stan

That is cool if we made you want to do a thing.
It is cool to do a thing with friends.

I miss the show (and its lovely hosts, Chris and Euge) so much. I’ve been revisiting old shows that remind me just how much I loved listening to them talk about pretty much everything under the sun. And yes, occasionally Gravity Falls. :P
When I was traveling in Southeast Asia and Australia in 2013, I’d put on an episode after winding down from a long day of hiking and just needed some alone time. They have such an infectiously positive chemistry that reminded me of just sitting and chatting about nerdy guff with my own friends.
It’s a bummer to not hear them weigh in on new episodes, but life happens and I’m still glad to hear they’re busy albeit apart for the foreseeable future. I hope they know how much they’ve done for the Gravity Falls fandom and us as listeners and our own appreciation for their work. I know I do.

Wow.
Well, that’s awesome to hear.

bearthurthevampireslayer:

gfgossiperpodcast:

saturdaymorningblockparty:

thechrishaley:

True Story About Me & Gravity Falls & Friendship

I’m saying this late at night so most people won’t even see it, but the idea of watching Gravity Falls without Eugene is such a bummer to me that so far I have not tried very hard to watch the new episodes.

I’m not trying to be maudlin or over/melodramatic about it, so hopefully it doesn’t come across that way.

I had no idea when I started watching the show that it was going to lead to a podcast and so many new people and experiences that I otherwise never would have had a chance to be involved with.

More importantly though, I had no idea it was going to take a dude I was pretty good friends with and end up making him one of the best friends I’ve ever had.

In the course of talking about a cartoon he and I got to know each other so much better, and I’m pretty sure it also lead to us understanding some things about ourselves better. I know there were times where having an excuse to sit across from each other and that forum to just talk about what was on our minds and about life and stuff really helped us out. Personally, mentally, emotionally, whatever. It helped.

But the main thing I’d like to say is that I am grateful.

I’m grateful to the show for existing.

I’m grateful to Euge ( adamwarrock ) for wanting to do a show about a show I made him watch and then working so hard and making so many fantastic and fun things happen for us.

I’m grateful to anyone who ever listened or cared or misses hearing from us every week. That is an amazing thing.

And I am very, very grateful that so many of these real conversations and ridiculous moments between me and a friend are available for me to listen to whenever I want.

It seems weird to think about it like that, but how often do you get to actually relive memories of times spent with your friends?

To get to hear yourself laughing and having fun and just being in a room with someone you like hanging out with for hours at a time.

That’s unbelievably wonderful when you don’t get to do it anymore.

Anyway, it’s all still around, so why not go give an old episode or two a listen

There’s a couple of shirts left, if you want one of those

Hell, you can even still buy our ridiculously long fundraiser episodes if all the free episodes aren’t enough.

I don’t know what the future holds, but I hope that somehow, someday it will hold something and that if you’re reading this you’ll want to be a part of it.

Let’s see what happens with life and stuff.

xo
ch

We miss you guys! Can’t wait for you to return!

I don’t think that our podcast, Saturday Morning Block Party, would exist if it wasn’t for Chris and Eugene. Go give them a listen! They even had an episode with Alex Hirsch voicing Grunkle Stan

That is cool if we made you want to do a thing.

It is cool to do a thing with friends.

I miss the show (and its lovely hosts, Chris and Euge) so much. I’ve been revisiting old shows that remind me just how much I loved listening to them talk about pretty much everything under the sun. And yes, occasionally Gravity Falls. :P

When I was traveling in Southeast Asia and Australia in 2013, I’d put on an episode after winding down from a long day of hiking and just needed some alone time. They have such an infectiously positive chemistry that reminded me of just sitting and chatting about nerdy guff with my own friends.

It’s a bummer to not hear them weigh in on new episodes, but life happens and I’m still glad to hear they’re busy albeit apart for the foreseeable future. I hope they know how much they’ve done for the Gravity Falls fandom and us as listeners and our own appreciation for their work. I know I do.

Wow.

Well, that’s awesome to hear.

saturdaymorningblockparty:

thechrishaley:

True Story About Me & Gravity Falls & Friendship
I’m saying this late at night so most people won’t even see it, but the idea of watching Gravity Falls without Eugene is such a bummer to me that so far I have not tried very hard to watch the new episodes.

I’m not trying to be maudlin or over/melodramatic about it, so hopefully it doesn’t come across that way.
I had no idea when I started watching the show that it was going to lead to a podcast and so many new people and experiences that I otherwise never would have had a chance to be involved with.

More importantly though, I had no idea it was going to take a dude I was pretty good friends with and end up making him one of the best friends I’ve ever had.
In the course of talking about a cartoon he and I got to know each other so much better, and I’m pretty sure it also lead to us understanding some things about ourselves better. I know there were times where having an excuse to sit across from each other and that forum to just talk about what was on our minds and about life and stuff really helped us out. Personally, mentally, emotionally, whatever. It helped.

But the main thing I’d like to say is that I am grateful.
I’m grateful to the show for existing.
I’m grateful to Euge ( adamwarrock ) for wanting to do a show about a show I made him watch and then working so hard and making so many fantastic and fun things happen for us.
I’m grateful to anyone who ever listened or cared or misses hearing from us every week. That is an amazing thing.
And I am very, very grateful that so many of these real conversations and ridiculous moments between me and a friend are available for me to listen to whenever I want.


It seems weird to think about it like that, but how often do you get to actually relive memories of times spent with your friends?
To get to hear yourself laughing and having fun and just being in a room with someone you like hanging out with for hours at a time.
That’s unbelievably wonderful when you don’t get to do it anymore.

Anyway, it’s all still around, so why not go give an old episode or two a listen. 
There’s a couple of shirts left, if you want one of those. 
Hell, you can even still buy our ridiculously long fundraiser episodes if all the free episodes aren’t enough.

I don’t know what the future holds, but I hope that somehow, someday it will hold something and that if you’re reading this you’ll want to be a part of it.
Let’s see what happens with life and stuff.

xoch


We miss you guys! Can’t wait for you to return!
I don’t think that our podcast, Saturday Morning Block Party, would exist if it wasn’t for Chris and Eugene. Go give them a listen! They even had an episode with Alex Hirsch voicing Grunkle Stan

That is cool if we made you want to do a thing.It is cool to do a thing with friends.

saturdaymorningblockparty:

thechrishaley:

True Story About Me & Gravity Falls & Friendship

I’m saying this late at night so most people won’t even see it, but the idea of watching Gravity Falls without Eugene is such a bummer to me that so far I have not tried very hard to watch the new episodes.

I’m not trying to be maudlin or over/melodramatic about it, so hopefully it doesn’t come across that way.

I had no idea when I started watching the show that it was going to lead to a podcast and so many new people and experiences that I otherwise never would have had a chance to be involved with.

More importantly though, I had no idea it was going to take a dude I was pretty good friends with and end up making him one of the best friends I’ve ever had.

In the course of talking about a cartoon he and I got to know each other so much better, and I’m pretty sure it also lead to us understanding some things about ourselves better. I know there were times where having an excuse to sit across from each other and that forum to just talk about what was on our minds and about life and stuff really helped us out. Personally, mentally, emotionally, whatever. It helped.

But the main thing I’d like to say is that I am grateful.

I’m grateful to the show for existing.

I’m grateful to Euge ( adamwarrock ) for wanting to do a show about a show I made him watch and then working so hard and making so many fantastic and fun things happen for us.

I’m grateful to anyone who ever listened or cared or misses hearing from us every week. That is an amazing thing.

And I am very, very grateful that so many of these real conversations and ridiculous moments between me and a friend are available for me to listen to whenever I want.

It seems weird to think about it like that, but how often do you get to actually relive memories of times spent with your friends?

To get to hear yourself laughing and having fun and just being in a room with someone you like hanging out with for hours at a time.

That’s unbelievably wonderful when you don’t get to do it anymore.

Anyway, it’s all still around, so why not go give an old episode or two a listen

There’s a couple of shirts left, if you want one of those

Hell, you can even still buy our ridiculously long fundraiser episodes if all the free episodes aren’t enough.

I don’t know what the future holds, but I hope that somehow, someday it will hold something and that if you’re reading this you’ll want to be a part of it.

Let’s see what happens with life and stuff.

xo
ch

We miss you guys! Can’t wait for you to return!

I don’t think that our podcast, Saturday Morning Block Party, would exist if it wasn’t for Chris and Eugene. Go give them a listen! They even had an episode with Alex Hirsch voicing Grunkle Stan

That is cool if we made you want to do a thing.

It is cool to do a thing with friends.

thechrishaley:

True Story About Me & Gravity Falls & Friendship
I’m saying this late at night so most people won’t even see it, but the idea of watching Gravity Falls without Eugene is such a bummer to me that so far I have not tried very hard to watch the new episodes.

I’m not trying to be maudlin or over/melodramatic about it, so hopefully it doesn’t come across that way.
I had no idea when I started watching the show that it was going to lead to a podcast and so many new people and experiences that I otherwise never would have had a chance to be involved with.

More importantly though, I had no idea it was going to take a dude I was pretty good friends with and end up making him one of the best friends I’ve ever had.
In the course of talking about a cartoon he and I got to know each other so much better, and I’m pretty sure it also lead to us understanding some things about ourselves better. I know there were times where having an excuse to sit across from each other and that forum to just talk about what was on our minds and about life and stuff really helped us out. Personally, mentally, emotionally, whatever. It helped.

But the main thing I’d like to say is that I am grateful.
I’m grateful to the show for existing.
I’m grateful to Euge ( adamwarrock ) for wanting to do a show about a show I made him watch and then working so hard and making so many fantastic and fun things happen for us.
I’m grateful to anyone who ever listened or cared or misses hearing from us every week. That is an amazing thing.
And I am very, very grateful that so many of these real conversations and ridiculous moments between me and a friend are available for me to listen to whenever I want.

 
It seems weird to think about it like that, but how often do you get to actually relive memories of times spent with your friends?
To get to hear yourself laughing and having fun and just being in a room with someone you like hanging out with for hours at a time.
That’s unbelievably wonderful when you don’t get to do it anymore.

Anyway, it’s all still around, so why not go give an old episode or two a listen. 
There’s a couple of shirts left, if you want one of those. 
Hell, you can even still buy our ridiculously long fundraiser episodes if all the free episodes aren’t enough.

I don’t know what the future holds, but I hope that somehow, someday it will hold something and that if you’re reading this you’ll want to be a part of it.
Let’s see what happens with life and stuff.


xoch

thechrishaley:

True Story About Me & Gravity Falls & Friendship

I’m saying this late at night so most people won’t even see it, but the idea of watching Gravity Falls without Eugene is such a bummer to me that so far I have not tried very hard to watch the new episodes.

I’m not trying to be maudlin or over/melodramatic about it, so hopefully it doesn’t come across that way.

I had no idea when I started watching the show that it was going to lead to a podcast and so many new people and experiences that I otherwise never would have had a chance to be involved with.

More importantly though, I had no idea it was going to take a dude I was pretty good friends with and end up making him one of the best friends I’ve ever had.

In the course of talking about a cartoon he and I got to know each other so much better, and I’m pretty sure it also lead to us understanding some things about ourselves better. I know there were times where having an excuse to sit across from each other and that forum to just talk about what was on our minds and about life and stuff really helped us out. Personally, mentally, emotionally, whatever. It helped.

But the main thing I’d like to say is that I am grateful.

I’m grateful to the show for existing.

I’m grateful to Euge ( adamwarrock ) for wanting to do a show about a show I made him watch and then working so hard and making so many fantastic and fun things happen for us.

I’m grateful to anyone who ever listened or cared or misses hearing from us every week. That is an amazing thing.

And I am very, very grateful that so many of these real conversations and ridiculous moments between me and a friend are available for me to listen to whenever I want.

It seems weird to think about it like that, but how often do you get to actually relive memories of times spent with your friends?

To get to hear yourself laughing and having fun and just being in a room with someone you like hanging out with for hours at a time.

That’s unbelievably wonderful when you don’t get to do it anymore.

Anyway, it’s all still around, so why not go give an old episode or two a listen

There’s a couple of shirts left, if you want one of those

Hell, you can even still buy our ridiculously long fundraiser episodes if all the free episodes aren’t enough.

I don’t know what the future holds, but I hope that somehow, someday it will hold something and that if you’re reading this you’ll want to be a part of it.

Let’s see what happens with life and stuff.

xo
ch

thechrishaley:

Here I have drawn TINA BELCHER VS. THE UNIVERSE for someone who donated to our #PlayLive charity video game event for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Today is our final day of live-streaming for charity and we’ll be doing an EXTRA-LONG FINALE EDITION with the DC Comics based INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US LIVE today starting at 2PM Central!

www.twitch.tv/cooptonauts
Watch me be bad at video games, talk about comics and cartoons, get some original art, AND help sick kids!
Also, help us spread the word with a reblog or RT if you’re into helping sick kids!
(Prints of this are available at Etsy.
Other stuff with this on it is available at RedBubble.)

thechrishaley:

Here I have drawn TINA BELCHER VS. THE UNIVERSE for someone who donated to our #PlayLive charity video game event for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Today is our final day of live-streaming for charity and we’ll be doing an EXTRA-LONG FINALE EDITION with the DC Comics based INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US LIVE today starting at 2PM Central!

www.twitch.tv/cooptonauts

Watch me be bad at video games, talk about comics and cartoons, get some original art, AND help sick kids!

Also, help us spread the word with a reblog or RT if you’re into helping sick kids!

(Prints of this are available at Etsy.

Other stuff with this on it is available at RedBubble.)

kateordie:

thechrishaley:

The Summerween Trickster is very scary so I gave Dipper some backup!
The backup is Superman!
Much as Dipper enlisted a super-friend to help, I enlisted the aid of my super-friend, jordangibson to color this joker!
Hope you like it!

Chris and Jordan, sitting in a tree, D-R-A-W-I-N-G

kateordie:

thechrishaley:

The Summerween Trickster is very scary so I gave Dipper some backup!

The backup is Superman!

Much as Dipper enlisted a super-friend to help, I enlisted the aid of my super-friend, jordangibson to color this joker!

Hope you like it!

Chris and Jordan, sitting in a tree, D-R-A-W-I-N-G

thechrishaley:

Here I have drawn BETA RAY BILL (aka Horse Thor, Thorse, Space Horse) for someone who donated to our #PlayLive charity video game event for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Come watch us play LEGO BATMAN 2 and possibly a surprise, mystery superhero video game LIVE today starting at 2PM Central!
www.twitch.tv/cooptonauts
Watch me be bad at video games, talk about comics and cartoons, get some original art, AND help sick kids!
Also, help us spread the word with a reblog or RT if you’re into helping sick kids!

thechrishaley:

Here I have drawn BETA RAY BILL (aka Horse Thor, Thorse, Space Horse) for someone who donated to our #PlayLive charity video game event for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Come watch us play LEGO BATMAN 2 and possibly a surprise, mystery superhero video game LIVE today starting at 2PM Central!

www.twitch.tv/cooptonauts

Watch me be bad at video games, talk about comics and cartoons, get some original art, AND help sick kids!

Also, help us spread the word with a reblog or RT if you’re into helping sick kids!

Wha happened?
Hey guys, Euge here. Here is where I talk about why there’s been no new podcasts for a while, and to be fair, it is 100% my fault. So let’s go back a bit. 
Earlier this year, … well no, a while ago, I have been sort of thinking about moving to take advantage of some opportunities to do some work beyond music, with students and universities, with non-profits and charities - to kinda take the skillset I’d learned in doing music and being full-time, independently creative for the past 4 years and try to see if I could do more than that. This past year, some opportunities arose that I had to consider; while at the same time, I was dating someone in the Philadelphia area. The stars aligned, and I decided I should move. 
What started as a move where I had the full intention of continuing the Gossiper with Chris in some capacity, turned into a summer of having a hard time locking a place down, requiring me to be away from home for longer than I originally intended. I also had a slew of shows across the midwest and northeast to do. And I also was trying to live some semblance of a normal life between home and my friends and my girlfriend and my family. Add on top of that, my movers quit on me about 3 weeks from my move date, and well, things kinda tended to fall apart. 
So we haven’t had a new podcast, and I’ve barely had time to even sit down and write this (I just got back from four days at Otakon, where I did two shows, judged a talent contest, did a panel, and tabled all weekend). All the while, meeting people on the road, seeing people tweet about the new season (which I haven’t even watched), and wondering where we are, and why we’ve been gone. It’s my bad. And I’m sorry for that.
I’m sorry to Chris too, because I know that a weird, unbreakable bond that in many ways, the podcast formed has been unceremoniously cut short because of my own needs, wants, desires, or life situations. I miss doing the podcast. I don’t want to rule out that we will never do it again in the future. Just right now, I honestly can’t handle the responsibility of recording it, editing it, and having any kind of a headspace to do anything except get my home in order, get started on a ton of new projects for some things I truly believe in, and try my best to be healthy in body and mind while this huge transition happens. 
So where does that leave us? I’m not honestly sure. We still have your sketches. We still have our archives up. You can still follow me and Chris on twitter and talk to us. And we still love loving things. 
Just right now, the podcast isn’t going to be around. I’m sorry for that. I truly am. I miss you guys, and we miss talking about stuff. 
So that’s the update. Hope this answers some questions, and sorry I couldn’t get this kind of a post up earlier. 

Wha happened?

Hey guys, Euge here. Here is where I talk about why there’s been no new podcasts for a while, and to be fair, it is 100% my fault. So let’s go back a bit. 

Earlier this year, … well no, a while ago, I have been sort of thinking about moving to take advantage of some opportunities to do some work beyond music, with students and universities, with non-profits and charities - to kinda take the skillset I’d learned in doing music and being full-time, independently creative for the past 4 years and try to see if I could do more than that. This past year, some opportunities arose that I had to consider; while at the same time, I was dating someone in the Philadelphia area. The stars aligned, and I decided I should move. 

What started as a move where I had the full intention of continuing the Gossiper with Chris in some capacity, turned into a summer of having a hard time locking a place down, requiring me to be away from home for longer than I originally intended. I also had a slew of shows across the midwest and northeast to do. And I also was trying to live some semblance of a normal life between home and my friends and my girlfriend and my family. Add on top of that, my movers quit on me about 3 weeks from my move date, and well, things kinda tended to fall apart. 

So we haven’t had a new podcast, and I’ve barely had time to even sit down and write this (I just got back from four days at Otakon, where I did two shows, judged a talent contest, did a panel, and tabled all weekend). All the while, meeting people on the road, seeing people tweet about the new season (which I haven’t even watched), and wondering where we are, and why we’ve been gone. It’s my bad. And I’m sorry for that.

I’m sorry to Chris too, because I know that a weird, unbreakable bond that in many ways, the podcast formed has been unceremoniously cut short because of my own needs, wants, desires, or life situations. I miss doing the podcast. I don’t want to rule out that we will never do it again in the future. Just right now, I honestly can’t handle the responsibility of recording it, editing it, and having any kind of a headspace to do anything except get my home in order, get started on a ton of new projects for some things I truly believe in, and try my best to be healthy in body and mind while this huge transition happens. 

So where does that leave us? I’m not honestly sure. We still have your sketches. We still have our archives up. You can still follow me and Chris on twitter and talk to us. And we still love loving things. 

Just right now, the podcast isn’t going to be around. I’m sorry for that. I truly am. I miss you guys, and we miss talking about stuff. 

So that’s the update. Hope this answers some questions, and sorry I couldn’t get this kind of a post up earlier. 

the-lord-is-my-coelacanth:

thechrishaley:

I drew AND wrote my first Comics, Everybody! for comicsalliance!
It’s about Star-Lord! (From that movie your hopefully going to go see this weekend!)
jordangibson colored it!
Writing one of these by myself was something I didn’t think I’d ever be able to do, but here we are.
I hope you’ll go to ComicsAlliance.com and check it out!
And I hope you like it.
And I hope you tell them you like it.
And I hope you tell your friends to check it out.
Look, I’m hoping for a lot here, I know.
xoch

This is a funny and concise summary of comics canon for Star-Lord, but it might (like, biiiiig might here) be spoiler-y so maybe wait to read it until after you see GotG? Oh, and definitely see the movie. It’s a blast. And then definitely read this Comics, Everybody! because it’ll make you giggle.

the-lord-is-my-coelacanth:

thechrishaley:

I drew AND wrote my first Comics, Everybody! for comicsalliance!

It’s about Star-Lord! (From that movie your hopefully going to go see this weekend!)

jordangibson colored it!

Writing one of these by myself was something I didn’t think I’d ever be able to do, but here we are.

I hope you’ll go to ComicsAlliance.com and check it out!

And I hope you like it.

And I hope you tell them you like it.

And I hope you tell your friends to check it out.

Look, I’m hoping for a lot here, I know.

xo
ch

This is a funny and concise summary of comics canon for Star-Lord, but it might (like, biiiiig might here) be spoiler-y so maybe wait to read it until after you see GotG? Oh, and definitely see the movie. It’s a blast. And then definitely read this Comics, Everybody! because it’ll make you giggle.

thechrishaley:

Here I have drawn & colored SPIDER-MAN for someone who donated to our #PlayLive charity video game event for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Come watch us play the LEGO MARVEL SUPERHEROES video game live today starting at 2PM Central!

www.twitch.tv/cooptonauts

Watch me be bad at video games, talk about comics and cartoons, get some original art, AND help sick kids!

Also, help us spread the word with a reblog or RT if you’re into it!

thechrishaley:

Here I have drawn & colored SPIDER-MAN for someone who donated to our #PlayLive charity video game event for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Come watch us play the LEGO MARVEL SUPERHEROES video game live today starting at 2PM Central!

www.twitch.tv/cooptonauts

Watch me be bad at video games, talk about comics and cartoons, get some original art, AND help sick kids!

Also, help us spread the word with a reblog or RT if you’re into it!