Sunday, November 6, 2011

Too Much Sex & Violence #1 from Rol Hirst

Hi there thoughtballoons fans!

You come here week in and out and you read our scripts, you vote on their quality, and you leave comments in regards to your own thoughts and sometimes own scripts. We give you so much free content each week and never ask a thing of you -- until now.

Our very own intrepid tenure, Rol Hirst, has released a new comic. It's called TOO MUCH SEX & VIOLENCE and it's pretty damn good. What's it about...well, it's a series of short tales that outline the depravity and strangeness inherent in a small seaside English town. It is certainly depraved, you'll all agree on that after reading it.

So, now you want to buy this fantastic comic. It's easy. Go to this link:

Then just follow the prompts, sit back, and let Rol's dirty mind float across the world and straight into your hands. If you've enjoyed his scripts here then you'll dig the book, no doubt.

We also, sincerely, thank you for this support. It means a lot to us, and him, for you to put your money into independent comics.


  1. Congratulations Rol! It really is an awesome read and I highly recommend everyone picking up an issue NOW!

  2. Just purchased a digital copy. Was just wondering. Rol do you give it to me digitally personally or through a proxy??

  3. Thanks for the plug, guys.

    James - after buying the digital copy you should be redirected to the download page. If for any reason that doesn't happen, email me at rolhirst @ gmail dot com. I generally email everyone who buys the digital copy to make sure they've been able to download it OK, but if I'm away from the computer that may take 12-24 hours (though usually not half that long as I'm pretty much shackled to this desk most of the time.)

  4. Such a great read. Has a feel of Twin Peaks meets the league of Gentlemen about it. Not a bad thing at all.

    All I am going to say is, we need a Welcome to Fathomsby week here on Thoughtballoons, would love to see what short stories all the talented writers here could set in this twisted little town.

  5. I'd rather we didn't - I can do without you guys showing me up already!

    Maybe in a few years time, to coincide with the movie release...


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