You must be interested in Joe Peacock. Why else would you be here?
Joe Peacock is a writer. He currently writes for AOLNews and maintains a moderately-well-read blog. He has written two books, Mentally Incontinent (2005) and Mentally Incontinent (2009). They are completely different books. He thought he was clever; naming his books the way Seal named his first two albums. This was not clever. It was confusing, and he will never do it again. You can read both books for free if you wish. The first one is on Google Books, and the second one is available on MentallyIncontinent.com (or, you can buy it on Amazon.com). He also writes notes to himself every single day. You can read them if you want.
Joe owns the world's largest private collection of production art from the film Akira. He's currently exhibiting selections from his collection with ToonSeum in Pittsburgh. This is the reason why. He just talked at Pixar about the Art of Akira, and that was very neat.
Joe just taught the internet how to write, publish and sell a book. This comes on the heels of teaching the internet how to fist-fight. Believe it or not, the two are not dissimilar. Other things that Joe has taught the internet: How To Get A Decent Tattoo, How To Talk To Atheists (If You're Christian), Why Men Fist-Bump and How To Work Out.
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He is also a designer of sorts. He designs Fark.com, and has been designing and developing websites since 1994. He does not maintain a portfolio, and his company, This Is Not Art! Productions, doesn't actually have a website to speak of. But he stays busy nonetheless. He is most proud of the campaign he did for the Scott Pilgrim film -- if you check it out, let it load and type the Konami Code with your keyboard. If you don't know what the Konami Code is, you don't deserve to see what happens.
Joe also dabbles in video production, but sucks at it. Nevertheless, he's proud of this video about training to play in the AFL, and this video and this video about ABTTattoo. This is Joe's YouTube channel. You can visit it if you want. No one's stopping you.
He has a full-sleeve Akira tattoo on his left arm based on the film and the manga. The tattoo has won awards and been featured in Wired. His right-arm tattoo features Major Kusanagi from Ghost in the Shell. It too won awards. He has tattoos on his calf featuring Cerebus and Martha Washington. If you don't know who they are, you're not a comic book geek. If you profess to be a comic book geek and you still don't know who they are, you probably watch The Big Bang Theory and you suck and please leave this site and never come back. Joe's tattoo artist is Todo at ABTTattoo.
If you're looking for a way to contact Joe, this is probably the best information you'll find short of hiring a skip tracer:
Email: joe at joe the peacock dot com
Google+: Joe Peacock
Facebook: Joe Peacock
LinkedIn: My LinkedIn Thingy
PO Box 792
Lovejoy, GA 30250
Postcards, letters and random trinkets very welcomed
Joe Peacock also wrote and designed this site, so he's completely confused as to why he chose to write in the third person about himself. In fact, he's sick of it, so he's going to stop it right now.