My name is Alec Robbins. I work in video games, like Squanch Games, as well as the TV industry, mostly at Abso Lutely Productions. I've been a part of shows like IFC's Comedy Bang! Bang!, Netflix's I Think You Should Leave, Adult Swim's The Eric Andre Show, and TBS' unaired The Dress Up Gang. On my own time, I make a lot of different stuff.
(You also might know me from my comic, Mr. Boop.)

CRIMEHOT is my new on-going comic about hot thieves in space. It's really good and I love making it so maybe you'll like it, too. You can buy it in physical form here.

Mr. Boop is a daily comic strip I draw over on Twitter about how I'm married to Betty Boop. It's all based on my true life being married to Betty Boop.

My Patreon page is where you can go if you'd like to support me and get an early peek at everything I'm working on. I really appreciate it. If you just want to buy something, you can also check out my web store.

Heartbreak High is a game I made about breaking up with everyone in your high school. It's an arcade-style spin on the classic Japanese dating sim genre. This is one of the best things I've made, if I'm being honest! I wrote, illustrated, and programmed the whole thing. It takes less than an hour to play and only costs $5. You can get it on Steam or It's also got a killer soundtrack by Ronnie Dezsi.

LiVE FOR THE FANTASY is a music video I directed for my friend Ash Nerve. This was a very ambitious and post-heavy music video!! It also feels pretty illegal!!!! I'm very proud of it.

Mariology is a comedic ten-part video game talk show that I host alongside Lexi Langill and Heather Capps. Together, we sort through over 112 Mario games and attempt place them all on one single, coherent timeline.

Show Me Less Like This is a hand-printed Risograph comic I made on our RZ220UI machine. It's about a dystopian space colony where the government is run by an all-knowing algorithm. The physical version is out-of-print but you can read it in PDF form here for free!

Like The Tide is a music video I directed for Boy in the Water. I recommend listening to their full album, vicious like the tide. I hope you like the music video!

You can follow me on Twitter @alecrobbins if you'd like.
I'm also available via e-mail at alec.s.robbins(at)gmail(dot)com.