From Rob Matsushita

 

Knock Knock

From author Rob Matsushita.

Anthony Phillip Grover, a.k.a. Tony Bompicelli, a.k.a. "Tony The Bomb," former mobster from Claymore, New Jersey, now living in the Witness Protection Program in the pseudo-liberal town of Iver, Wisconsin.  
 
When a sex offender moves into Tony's neighborhood, Tony does not react well to that. Not at ALL. After over a decade of keeping a low profile, Tony's ready to start some major crime again...

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SEASON ONE FINALE! "Jacked pt. 2"

We made it! A whole damn season on zero budget, done:

Gunfights, fist fights, drums, New York City, mobsters, cool moms, and hot dogs. What more could you want? We're proud to share the season one final of "Chapel" with you all and hope you've enjoyed the ride. Also? Tell your friends!

Expect a season retrospective post at some point in the near-ish future - and then we'll be putting our noses to the grindstone to work on planning out season two for 2011! Thanks for coming along on the ride with us.

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