Hi! I’m Bee Tee Dee and I draw cartoons. Unfortunately though, I’m not really that great at coming up with characters. I’d love to say that I’ve created a huge ensemble cast with indelible characters like Pig Pen and Peppermint Patty and maybe a few forgettable, third-tier players like Rerun thrown in there, but I have done no such thing. (more…)
It’s a story about a man who doesn’t know he’s dead. He still has a life, sort of, but the life he used to know is gone forever. It would be quite a tragic story, but this protagonist has, however involuntarily, exchanged his old life for some sort of superhuman ability, which is significant because he wanted to be a hero in his old life. (more…)
In this comic, Bee Tee Dee examines different ways that death is used in videogames. It can be instructive, comedic or it can be employed to toy with a gamer’s emotions. (more…)
We here at Team Unwinnable sincerely hope that you all have a kick-ass social function to attend this New Year’s Eve. If you do have a party plan squared away, all you really need to worry about now is figuring out a good way to leave the party (it can be difficult to tear yourself away sometimes!). If you’re the type who has difficulty with this all-important end-of-the-night moment, then Bee Tee Dee is here to help.
Hey America! Are you still watching American Horror Story? Well, of course you are! It’s not the greatest, but it is our national horror story, and you are good countrymen. I’d love to recommend a better serialized drama you could be watching at 10 p.m. on Wednesday nights, but I don’t know of one. So have at it, you patriotic goons. (more…)
‘Tis the season for sharing, and we here at Team Unwinnable couldn’t agree more. We also believe that some of the best Christmas movies aren’t really about Christmas at all (we’re looking at you, Gremlins). So in the spirit of giving, we present a Home Alone fan fiction tale by Bee Tee Dee. We find Kevin McCallister, now in his early 30s, still practicing his craft… (more…)