Comedy Bang Have you ever wanted to know what Big Sue, a popular character created by Lauren Lapkus, thinks about pizza? How about a first-person essay from Paul F. Tompkins’s Andrew Lloyd Webber about what it’s like to have amnesia? A new Comedy Bang! Bang! book is coming out soon, so you might be able to get what you want soon.
The podcast’s host, Scott Aukerman, said in an Instagram post that Comedy Bang! Bang! The Podcast: The Book, a “full-color extravaganza with all of your favorites from the show contributing text pieces, ads, board games, and MORE,” is on the way. Comedy Bang! Bang!, which used to be called Comedy Death-Ray, has been around since 2002 in some form. It has been a live comedy show, a CD, a radio show, a TV show on IFC from 2012 to 2016, an Earwolf podcast that is still going, and now a book.
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A statement on the Comedy Bang! Bang! the website says, “In Comedy Bang! Bang!: In the Podcast: The Book, Scott Aukerman takes readers into the crazy world of the Comedy Bang! Bang! podcast.” “The book has brand-new stories and opinions from the show’s crazy cast of recurring characters. It also has the same tone and wackiness as the show, with essays, lists, plays, nods to running bits, and four-color illustrations that help bring the zany, satirical, undefined world of Comedy Bang! Bang! to life in new and surprising ways.
Both signed and unsigned copies of the book can be pre-ordered right now. It will have five introductions, prefaces, or forewords from people like Patton Oswalt, Tatiana Maslany, Jack Quaid, Bob Odenkirk, and Lin-Manuel Miranda. “Weird Al” Yankovic will also write a “rebuttal to the introduction.” You might also be able to read it in a library someday if you can get all the banging to stop.
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