I’m a huge fan of Patton Oswalt. He’s a man after my own heart: He’s smart, funny and obsessed with the same kind of pop culture minutiae that we are at Suvudu, yet still manages to appeal to a wide audience. If you’ve read his book Zombie, Spaceship, Wasteland then you already know that he’s a huge movie buff. He spent part of his formative years working at a local movie theater, and has never lost his taste for film.Read More
Watch humorist Patton Oswalt play “Dungeons & Pattons” with John Moe, host of Minnesota Public Radio’s program “Wits.” There aren’t any bugbears or dragons to slay in this particular adventure, but Oswalt does venture forth into the dungeon known as ComicCon (circa 1985) to tangle with Stan Lee. You can really get a sense of [...]Read More
Patton Oswalt’s Zombie Spaceship Wasteland is a hybrid of sorts: it’s not altogether a memoir, but it isn’t completely a “joke” book, either. It’s a biography shot through with comedic outtakes, and while it’s altogether a funny book, it isn’t especially consistent.
Patton Oswalt’s essays, especially when he’s recounting events from his rise to comic [...]