1. "DMT" by The Sidekicks
  2. "Bubblegum" by Kevin Devine and The Goddamn Band
  3. "Lipstick Covered Magnet" by The Front Bottoms
  4. "The Music That The Angels Do" by Listener
  5. "The Recluse" by Cursive
  6. "Broadripple Is Burning" by Margot And The Nuclear So And So’s
  7. "Good For Bond, Bad For You" by You Blew It

I decided that while I await the penciled draft of Volume One, Issue One of TORN, the comic book series I am working on, I’d dive back into writing Tyler Bragg’s Journey To The Truth, my original feature length comedy. I do my best while listening to music that fits the project’s theme and voice. I also enjoy creating every aspect of the project. What I have found to be the second most fun part of writing a movie is compiling a soundtrack for the film. Out of order and incomplete, the above list is the soundtrack so far for Tyler Bragg’s Journey To The Truth.


This is so stupid and so perfect.

(via tylerbrandt)

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go on, bub, overlook me. underestimate me.


I felt lighter.

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Pixie is an awesome character and I want AT LEAST one of my characters to be half as badass as Megan Gwynn.

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Did May of 1985 have any particularly memorable covers?

Captain America #305, May 1985, cover by Paul Neary

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Uncanny X-Men #273

Wolverine loses to Gambit in the danger room.

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