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Upcoming Book Contains Over 40,000 Words About Video Game Butts

Guest butt reviewers include Greg Miller, Justin McElroy, Jim Sterling and more

Do you like video game butts? Well, boy do I have the right coffee table book to add to your collection. Book publisher Unbound is teaming up with writer Laura Kate Dale to create Things I Learned from Mario's Butt, a 40,000 word book that entirely focuses on the butts of various video game characters. It's currently in a funding phase, and has raised 44% of its goal thanks to 367 backers.

The book will feature plenty of original artwork by artist Zack Flavin, who will be giving his own artistic interpretations of some iconic video game butts. In addition to Laura Kate Dale's own butt analysis, she'll be joined by a number of guest reviews from various internet personalities. The guests include My Brother, My Brother, and Me's Justin McElroy, game developer Zoë Quinn, critic Jim Sterling, Kinda Funny's Greg Miller & Tim Gettys, IGN's Brian Altano & Max Scoville, and even more.

If you are wondering about the importance of video game butts, check out the trailer for Things I Learned from Mario’s Butt below:

If you want to learn more about the upcoming release or want to pre-order a copy, check out Unbound’s official page for Things I Learned from Mario’s Butt.


Tyler Treese October 20, 2018