Andrew Kepple's body of work includes:
- The Colin Mochrie Vs Jesus H Christ fanimutrilogy, the first of which, French Erotic Film, has nothing to do with porn from France.
- TmsT's Duke Nukem Forever — The various incarnations of Duke Nukem sings Forever by The Beach Boys. Made in 2004 and pretty Hilarious in Hindsight.
- TmsT's Zero Wing Rhapsody — Zero Wing meets Bohemian Rhapsody.
- Geeks in Love — Music video for the Lemon Demon of the same name.
- When Robots Attack — Another Lemon Demon music video which happens to be a Oner
- ScientLOLojyuuichi!! — Was published under the pseudonym Androgynous. Based on a song by Nuclear Bubble Wrap, this video is a funny look on Scientology, the Internetbased group Anonymous' Project Chanology related protests and tribute to the original Hyakugojyuuichi!!, the first animutation video of note.
- Hosue — House meets HOLY FUCK SHIT AHHHHHHHHHHHH
- Spy & Pyro — Team Fortress 2 meets Looney Tunes. Has its own page.
- Avada Kedavra — Video for the song of the same name by Nuclear Bubble Wrap and Steve Goodie. A Harry Potter themed parody of Hakuna Matata, wherein Voldemort and Wormtail explains the wonders of the killing curse to Draco Malfoy.
- ''Sophisticus — Music video celebrating an imaginary holiday in which men become olde-timey fancy british gentlemen for a night.
- ''Draining the Lizard — Video for the song of the same name by Nuclear Bubble Wrap about urinating on Dumbledore.
- ''Two Guys and a Jigsaw Puzzle — A short sketch where one person is creating a jigsaw puzzle of boundless human knowledge, and another comes by to "help" with his suspiciously-shaped "edge pieces."
- Animal in Love (part of The Best Garfield Falsh Animashun Collab Ever! 2: The Next Mutation) — A video for Coldplay's "Fix You" based on a Garfield strip.
- Speaking of Garfield, Andrew is a frequent contributor to the webcomic Square Root of Minus Garfield.
- ''Becausemos A parody of * Cosmos and the New Conservative copypasta.
Kepple's work provides examples of:
- Transformation Sequence: The two protagonists in Sophisticus go through a parody of a Sailor Moon transformation in which they acquire facial hair and spats, complete with sparkly skin and whipping coattails.
- Take That: At House's fangirls. Or at least the ones who think of him as a nice, kindly individual.
- Belief Makes You Stupid: Two Guys and a Jigsaw Puzzle, Lampshaded somewhat in Becausemos.