Rob’s award-eligible graphic novel SHRINKAGE is a one-of-a-kind tale about tiny aliens fighting shrunken-down humans inside the brain of the President of the United States. It’s like Fantastic Voyage meets Dr. Strangelove in The West Wing.
With art by Marvel/DC pro John Lucas (Deadpool, X-Men, Star Trek) and chapter covers by marquee comics artists (Dean Haspiel, Paul Pope, Bob Fingerman), Geek.com calls SHRINKAGE “hilarious political science fiction… that fully delivers on many levels.” Comics Beat calls it, “a phantasmagorical burlesque…a sci-fi action thriller and political comedy all wrapped in a pretty bow!” And Geeks Media says, “The art and writing are fantastic, jam-packed with high-caliber jokes and insane concepts.”
Buy it on ComiXology here!
Why soil your pants over each day’s news of impending apocalypse…
…when you could soil them an entirely different way LAUGHING?
Learn more about, sample, and buy Rob’s national bestseller Apocalypse How: Turn the End Times into the Best of Times.
Rob’s futurism verges into the ridiculous, in his e-book The Future According to Me:
35 bite-sized “visions” about the future of Earth, man, woman, race, politics, chocolate, hipster aliens, Black Holes filled with deadbeat Dads, existentially aware Smart Toilets, and our soon-to-be-swappable genitals.
Can’t read? Then hear TFATM in this Audible audiobook starring Kurt Andersen, Emo Philips, The Go-Gos’ Jane Wiedlin and more!
Listen to “Army of Smartness” read by Cecil Baldwin (“Welcome to Nightvale”) here:
Listen to “The Junkyard” read by Eddie Pepitone here:
- “Mafia-Movie Characters You Won’t Be Hearing From Again After the Nostalgic Intro Voice-Over” (New Yorker, Shouts & Murmurs)
- “True Tales of the Sensible Kids from Goosebumps” (How Pants Work)
- “Hallmark’s Other Winter-Holiday Movies” (Weekly Humorist)
- “It’s a Wonderful Life: Top Nine Fan Theories” (McSweeneys)
- “Classic Rock Notes… From Legal” (McSweeneys)
- “NOT TO WORRY: I’ll Be Talking You Through Landing This Plane” (How Pants Work)
- “Random Acts of Dadness” (ModernLoss.com)
- “How to Say Kaddish For Your Father in 7 Different Cities” (The Forward)