This is the story behind the story of the indie collaboration of the ages. It had to be told in three parts because it is just that epic. Also our video manipulation software is outdated. But mostly the first thing.
Brooks. Hise. Mader. Three indie legends who cast off the shackles of obscurity and through sheer force of will and inconceivable individual talent now stand to make personal fortunes in the tens of dollars.
You have questions and we have answers. There is probably no hope of matching those up though, so we wrote our own questions and answered them here. If these were not the questions you had, feel free to write your question out long-hand on the back of a $20 bill and send it to me. If these were your questions, I suggest you consider upping your medication.
Here are some excerpts of the good parts of some reviews of Bad Book on Amazon:
“So in short, Bad Book, is a fine book. Real fine. Pam Grier in the seventies fine. Buy it. Read it. Experience it.”
—Rich Meyer 5 star review on Amazon
“Don’t read it unless you expect to snort, roll your eyes, shake your head, grin, chuckle or guffaw. Try to stay serious. I dare you. ”
—Yvonne Hertzberger 5 star review on Amazon
“Brooks, Hise and Mader complement each other to a tee and bring to the table their individual brand of humour, satire, and whimsicality and seamlessly braid their talents into a masterpiece.”
—Cathy Speight 5 star review on Amazon
“So many classics to have a blast with. And each time it went from funny to hysterical. Just thinking about it makes me want to read Bad Book again.”
—Zachary Conklin 5 star review on Amazon