Insane-O-Tron is a hilarious trip into the absurd and surreal, with stories about a family-themed TV show gone wrong, inter-species dating, a talking haircut, trick-or-treating with a candy wizard, magical dancing ponies and an earwig’s day trip to the gutter. These stories are insane!
Insane-O-Tron is a collection of six short stories about unexpected characters in crazy situations, with plenty of action, adventure, Sci-Fi, fantasy, friendship, family and romance.
Nick Alverson is an artist of many talents. He's the writer of an awesomely ridiculous book called Insane-O-Tron, he writes screenplays, an absurd blog called Nick's Noodle, he makes funny videos, draws truly terrible pictures and makes halfway decent music from time to time.
Nick originally hails from Reno, NV and now makes his home in Los Angeles, where it never snows and the warm climate keeps his creative juices at just the right viscosity.
Nick really wants to make you laugh. If it's with his absurd writing, crazy videos or funny songs, if you're laughing then Nick has done his job.
Nick is an ordained high priest in the Church of the Latter Day Dude.
Scott has written all kinds of terrible TV shows. Cat Food wasn't that bad but he may have stepped over the line on this one.
Twenty minutes later he reached his exit and got off the freeway. He drunkenly swerved through his neighborhood and came to a stop in front of his dilapidated Spanish-style house. He bought the place way back when his show Cat Food had been renewed for a second season. It was a show about lion tamers, which also included copious scenes of big cats licking their own asses and genitalia. Scott thought it was fucking hilarious and made sure to write an extreme close-up of the act into every episode. The network put up with it until Scott wrote a scene where the lead actor and part-time contortionist, Dick Twizzler, licked his own ass. After that the show was dumped into the network’s kitty litter.