Sean Patrick Reiley (born June 15, 1976),[1] better known as Seanbaby, is an American writer and video-game designer best known for his comedy website and frequent contributions to video game media outlets Electronic Gaming Monthly and, as well as the humor website[2][3][4]

Seanbaby, on the left, at E3 in 2003 with a fan
Seanbaby, on the left, at E3 in 2003 with a fan
BornSean Patrick Reiley
(1976-06-15) June 15, 1976 (age 45)
OccupationComedy writer, columnist
Alma materUniversity of Idaho
GenreSatire, fratire

Writing careerEdit

Seanbaby's original website houses many reviews of old video games, a substantial section on the old Super-Friends cartoon, critiques on old DC comics, a collection of Hostess Pie ads (with commentary),[5] sarcastic commentary on Christian fundamentalists and hipsters, examples of poorly translated English, reviews of bad movies and comics, ineffective or overblown self-defense techniques, current events, and a photo gallery of himself with friends.

Seanbaby was a frequent writer for Electronic Gaming Monthly.[6] In addition to his reviews and other content, he wrote a monthly column concerning bad games entitled "Rest of The Crap." He was a frequent contributor on the popular gaming website, where his EGM work was posted. He provides commentary on bad games for 1UP's Broken Pixels show. He also writes a column called "The Final Last Word" for The Wave magazine of Silicon Valley.

He was also a writer for the short-lived MTV2 animated comedy show The Adventures of Chico and Guapo.[6] He has returned to regularly updating and began writing as a columnist for[7] Apart from the typical "listicles" of, Seanbaby's articles also include parodical comics, usually golden-age comicbooks with altered dialogue, and the running gag of 1930's ice-cream mascot "Popsicle Pete" being characterized as a supernatural monster. In 2020, he and fellow Cracked veteran Robert Brockway began publishing a collection of comedy articles supported by Patreon subscribers.


Seanbaby is the creator of the mobile game Calculords, which combines elements of lane attack, collectible card games, and math puzzles.[8][9] According to Sean, "Calculords is a weird idea that I’d never get to see unless I made it".[3]

A sequel, Calculords 2: Rise of the Shadow Nerd, has been announced.[10]



Television appearancesEdit

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "About". Retrieved November 6, 2015.
  2. ^ Kohler, Chris (October 23, 2006). "Seanbaby vs. Uwe Boll". Wired News. Retrieved July 17, 2012.
  3. ^ a b "Seanbaby speaks: "Calculords is a weird idea that I'd never get to see unless I made it"". Pocket Tactics. October 2013.
  4. ^ Koski, Dustin (March 2013). "Interview with Seanbaby". Gunaxin.
  5. ^ "All the Hostess comics ads in one creamy cake". The Beat. November 2012.
  6. ^ a b "Sean "Seanbaby" Reiley Re-joins EGM". Electronic Gaming Monthly. December 2009. Archived from the original on March 3, 2010.
  7. ^ Totland, Martin (September 1, 2015). "Seanbaby, the Internet's Own Hilarity Technician". CBS Local Media. Archived from the original on September 19, 2015. Retrieved November 6, 2015.
  8. ^ "'Calculords': Saving the Galaxy with Basic Arithmetic". CBS Local. Archived from the original on April 2, 2015.
  9. ^ Hsu, Dan (March 2014). "5 Hit Points: Trying to stump Calculords' Seanbaby with math problems and '80s-based trivia". Gamesbeat.
  10. ^ Dave Neumann (January 2016). "Seanbaby set to cure all the world's ills with Calculords sequel". Pocket Tactics.

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