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Desc:TED talk from the writer of Dinosaur Comics and several Adventure Time series
Category:Science & Technology, Educational
Tags:inventions, time travel, TED, linguistics, Ryan North
Submitted:fluffy
Date:07/17/14
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EvilHomer
Wait, the Dinosaur Comics guy writes for Adventure Time?!
NancyDrewFan123
He writes the comicbook

EvilHomer
Oh, awesome! I've been a fan of Dinosaur Comics since the early Noughties (I think poeRed's DC fandom introduced me to it), but I never knew a thing about Mr North himself; I'm glad he's made a success of himself!

I don't know if I can watch this whole thing, though. I have a feeling it'd just depress me and remind me of what a failure I am.



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infinite zest
Wait, there's Adventure Time Comicbook?

fluffy
Yes, and they're fantastic. They're also better than the last couple of seasons of the actual cartoon, although they're officially non-canon.

Quad9Damage
He also wrote B^F: The Novelization, an obsessive paragraph by paragraph reading guide to a dogshit '85 Back to the Future novelization. It's one of the funniest tumblrs/eBooks I've read in a long time.

fluffy
He also does a fuckton of other things too but the poetv description field can only hold so much.

He has a partial list at http://about.me/ryanqnorth and he's also launched a buttload of useful web services for webcomics (including OhNoRobot and the sadly-gone RSSpect) and he also writes The Midas Flesh and edits the Machine of Death compilations, both of which grew out of high-concept Dinosaur Comics comics.

Rodents of Unusual Size
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