January 2, 2016 11:25 am

Episode Two of “Kabukiman’s Cocktail Specials”
     Features an In-Depth Look into Kabukiman’s Past
Available Now on Troma Movies YouTube
“Kabukiman:Behind The Chopsticks” is a VH1-Style Documentary and Episode 2 of “Kabukiman’s Cocktail Specials”
New York, N.Y. January 1 2016. 
Just one week after ushering in “Kabukiman’s Cocktail Specials” with the premiere of  “Kabukiman’s Cocktail Corner Non-Denominational Holiday Extravaganza“, Lloyd Kaufman, prexy of Troma Entertainment and creator of ” The Toxic Avenger”,  alongside “Kabukiman’s Cocktail Corner/Specials” creator and director John Brennan, just released episode two of the mid-season series, “Kabukiman’s Cocktail Specials”.
Kabukiman brushes shoulders with A-List Celebrities at the Peak of his Career
Episode two, titled, “Kabukiman: Behind the Chopsticks” is a VH1 style documentary that takes an in-depth look into the rich history of Sgt. Kabukiman’s creation in Tromaville and ride on, as he describes it, “The Tromacoaster” since his film debut of “Sgt. Kabukiman, N.Y.P.D.” in 1999.
Kabukiman regales audiences with highlights from notable cameos in Troma films, past sordid love affairs, betrayal and addiction. He discusses the impact of his experiences from the top, to rock-bottom and his climb back up again. Viewers will learn upcoming projects on Kabukiman’s horizon and his current state-of-affairs on his internet smash series, “Kabukiman’s Cocktail Corner”. 
With an diverse soundtrack provided by “The Troma Institute for the Gifted” inductee Dylan Greenberg, theme song by Kevin McGinnis and Phil Costello and a special appearance by rock sensation Monkey Pudding Face, “Behind the Chopsticks” is sure to please the most devoted of Kabuki-fans.
They say any press is good press, but Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. got railed hard and hit rock-bottom.
Established in 1974 by Yale friends Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz, Troma Entertainment is arguably the longest-running independent movie studio in North America, and it’s one of the very few genuine brand names in the industry. World famous for movie classics like Kaufman’s “The Toxic Avenger”, Trey Parker’s “Cannibal, the Musical”, “Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead”, “Class of Nuke ’em High”, Charles Kaufman’s “Mother’s Day” and “Tromeo & Juliet”, Troma’s seminal films are now being remade as big-budget mainstream productions by the likes of Brett Ratner, Richard Saperstein, Akiva Goldsman and Steven Pink. Early work of many of today’s luminaries  can be found in Troma’s library of 1000 films, cartoons, TV shows and shorts. Jenna Fischer, Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman, Kevin Costner, Fergie, Vincent D’Onofrio, Samuel L. Jackson, James Gunn and Eli Roth are just a few. Troma’s latest in house productions are “Return to Nuke ‘Em High: Volumes 1 & 2”.