Tom Neely is an animator and illustrator for Disney and the author ofThe Blot and The Wolf.
One of my favorite uses of satire is a comic book that depicts me in a romantic relationship with rock vocalist Glenn Danzig. I have never opened a copy; I am happy to live the rest of my life never knowing what happens to the two of us in those pages. I am told that in the story, our neighbors are Hall and Oates! If I were to find that anything less than hilarious, then I am in the wrong business. --Henry Rollins, LA Weekly
I didn't think it was very funny. I thought it was a very crappy, opportunistic book. People are extremely stupid. --Glenn Danzig, in an interview with Rolling Stone I wouldn't be the neighbor, but I'd be the Satanic cult! --Daryl Hall A little cult-beloved slice of domestic bliss/angst. --SPIN Magazine "An unauthorized work of fantasy, but so are the 'official' personas of Rollins and Danzig." --LA Weekly "What if Henry Rollins and Glenn Danzig were a gay couple who lived together?" --Vice Magazine The bigger the fan of each of these guys you are, the bigger the laugh. --Maximum Rocknroll File under 'ludicrously awesome'. --Just Out More than a political statement. --Bitch Magazine Goes beyond the tired and obvious bromance genre. --Carrie Brownstein, NPR