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Featuring Bartkira, Robotech, and Pole dancing!

Good morning El Moochadores! Chudd and I are about to start SDCC 2015, but I wanted to get a post on before we slowly walk our selves to death over the next few days. Also, I’m going to apologize in advance for any lack of post over the next few days, but things are going to get pretty hectic. However, I do have a new Moocast all finished and ready to post, and I’ll try and get that on sometime today as well. So, here we go folks, let’s kick this Morning Moo off with Robotech!!!

Well, a cool Robotech t-shirt at least. Look up and check out this great looking tee being sold on 80sTees.com for a meager $20.00. This would make the perfect gift for (just an example) your favorite Robotech love’n podcaster/blogger who just happens to have a birthday at the end of this month. Hint. Hint. G’ahh! Robotech!!!

Next!

Bartkira the Animated Trailer

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This has been pretty popular across the web this last week, but just in case you missed seeing it on (almost literally) every other geeky website; Check out Bartkira, the Animated Trailer by Bartkira Roadshow.

Enjoy!

Pole Dancing Adventures The Book: Vol 2

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Pole dancing + Comic Books? I must investigate… Okay, I’m a dude and seeing a cute (scantly clad) girl swing around on a pole is kind of neat. Yeah, it really (really) is. However, it’s also a lifestyle being explored through the magic of sequential illustration in this 2nd volume, Pole Dancing Adventures: Volume 2 by Leen Isabel. This is a 100 page volume featuring over 70 comics that shows what it takes to be pole dancer, along with illustrated tips and tricks, and you can help get it made through the Kickstarter campaign going on right now! So far the book has reached about half it’s funding, so now would be a good time to jump in and contribute. I’ve posted the kickstarter video below (its a little hard to hear), but hit the link above to see more information and rewards for contributors.

Y’know, if I had a girl friend, I would totally get her this comic… and a metal bikini… Which is probably why I don’t have a girl friend right now… huh. But C’mon! Is it really too much to ask for a girl to wear a skimpy Star Wars costume and dance around a pole while I toss nickles at her? C’mon!

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