Like a cross between David Cross and Lenny Bruce, Eugene Mirman is a truth-teller. There’s an old-soul feeling to him, yet his material earns him a seat at the forefront of this new generation of “alternative” comedians. Mirman has those dark, mysterious bags under his eyes like Bruce, conveying long nights in bars drinking and picking up bits of information he’d some day put to use. His material casts cynical light on the absurdity of our society, but it’s in the subtle moments where his genius comes through — when he gives someone a point of view that’s offensive, and then claims they aren’t living up to it. Touring alongside bands like Yo La Tengo puts him in a position to speak to a generation that gets what’s funny about a bare-chested Mirman in a halo and angel wings talking on behalf of the Drug Council of America, saying “How do I know? I’d party. I’d get a bunch of hookers and smoke pot off their tits.” In this second installment for Sub Pop, he gives us a stand-up CD from a live-recorded show in NYC, and a DVD full of his video shorts. Go ahead. Laugh till you puke.