'Tales Designed to Thrizzle' Turns Boob-Tube Tropes Into Art

Chicago Reader | July 20, 2009
Tales Designed to Thrizzle is a monument not only to silliness, but to craft -- which is perhaps the way in which it most clearly departs from its TV inspirations. With few exceptions such as Terry Gilliam's Flying Circus animations, TV doesn't pay attention to visual aesthetics the way Kupperman does here.

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