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Thomas Fay Syndicate (TFSyndicate for short) is a deviantART account specializing in comic-style fan art, photography and media by Thomas Fay.

His résumé includes fan art of Parappa The Rapper, They Might Be Giants, The Monkees, Gorillaz, among others.

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A Train's WorldStarted in 2007, this is an "urban Thomas & Friends" set in the New York City Subway.

  • Catch Phrase: The E train's is "Mario! Are you LISTENING?!?"
  • Cranky Neighbor: The E train is 100% ill tempered, and really hates it when you try to ignore his rants.

PostcardsA Crossover between Thomas Fay and other worlds, in his quest to rebuild the Tommy album.

  • Caught on Tape: Tom once made out with "Egg-yolk" and Dani in chapters 9 and 10, and found it on record the next day. Turns out it was Rammy, ticked off because she was fired.
  • Catch Phrase: Tom squeals "WOW!"
  • Keeping Secrets Sucks: Tom believes in this theory. He even convinces Danny to spill the beans about his ghost powers to his parents. It worked well.

Radio RadioThe continuing adventures of radio personality Todd Zeppelin, a franchise consisting of Short Film and fiction piece College Radio, Webcomic strip Baby Radio, and the flagship lit series Alien Radio. Also in development are Fish Radio which deals with mermaids and Atlantis and stuff, and Baby Radio: The Next Generation, centering around Todd's offspring.

  • Fun T-Shirt: In addition to his L train ball cap, Todd's shirt has a classic rock-themed graphic on it, and it's never the same one twice.

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  • Big Applesauce: Except I.M. Hip, all original characters come from or live in New York.
  • Our Mermaids Are Different: Many come in different colors. But no matter how much they want to, they cannot assume a human form.
  • Ridiculously Human Robots: Subway trains, gas pumps, clock radios, garbage cans, wristwatches... anything that has a face on it, particularly the ones designed by CUTE, which stands for Computerized Utilities and Talking Electronics.


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