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ABOUT THE WORK, WHICH BECOMES A NEW GENRE ITSELF

TOO TOUGH FOR TV is an unfunny webcomic written by Jon Fisk and drawn by Gordon Lindholm. It has no redeeming qualities and far too many Hitler jokes. The title is a reference joke to a commercial nobody remembers or finds amusing.

ABOUT THE DEFENDANTS AUTHORS

Jon Fisk is a wretched shell of a human being, a lost spectre wandering the Earth in search of solace since his untimely walrus-related death in 1954. He enjoys necromancy, gerbils, and living with his two cats. He prays that writing funnybooks will bring him peace and validation in this cruel world. Forgoing this, he would like a second penis.

Gordon Lindholm began life as a potato before gaining sentience via cosmic rays in The Last Lunar War. Since coming unstuck in time, he has made his living working as both a street corner prostitute and children’s party clown. He draws doodles in the hope that the next leap will be the leap home.

Much of the coloring and graphic design assistance that the authors are too lazy to do is provided by their personal negroes. Their slave names are Dallas Hoisington and Kitty Weber.