Atomic Moocast #51: Interview with Artist Jason Lenox!!!


Hey El Moochadores! We’re back with yet another fun oozing episode of the Atomic Moocast! Y’know, the best damn thing to happen to podcasting since the invention ears! On this exciting edition of the Moocast; Chudd and I do a short State of the Moo and some geek news. Then, after the break, we talk with independent comic book artist Jason Lenox! Eyeball-300x235Jason is a founder of Ugli Studios and told us all about making comics, going to cons, and why we should start watching Gundam! Meh, I don’t know. I like my good old American porn, not that weird cartoon stuff from Japan… nyuck nyuck nyuck.

So lets get this wagon rolling folks! Go find a comfy place to park your butt and a cool fizzy soda for your lips! Then lean back, hit play, and let the best damn podcast your friends don’t know about fill that void in your life!


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Songs used:

  • Kool Katz
  • Who Likes to Party
  • Funk Game Loop
  • Just Funking Off
  • As I Figure

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  1. Great interview! Guest was a good talker. Even a non-artist can learn from his “you have to kick yourself in the ass” philosophy.

    He has every issue of Heavy Metal since 1977! (I’ve seen the movie once on VHS.)

    Trog: “Scranton is real?” Awesome.

  2. Mister Trog

    03/28/2013 at 10:08 pm

    Thanks Neko! Glad to know my lack of knowledge on national geography gave you a chuckle. But, really, it does sound made up, doesn’t it?

  3. I think they must have picked Scranton for the show because it’s the kind of place nobody ever goes.

    BTW, where’s that web comic?

  4. Mister Trog

    03/29/2013 at 5:20 pm

    Coming soon, maybe. I’m a little self self conscious about it and waiting to get some feed back before I start to post it online.

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