We always knew there was something not right about people eating mushrooms, leaping at gold coins the size of their body and putting on raccoon costumes in order to fly, but with the release of the DSM-VG, psychiatric medicine has finally caught up to the horrors of the virtual world. Now, doctors can at last get these characters the help they so badly need.
When not Photoshopping, Michael serves as head writer for and co-founder of Those Aren't Muskets!
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