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The Morning Moo!

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Featuring Muppets, Music, and Millennium Falcons!

Good morning El Moochadores! I finally have time to do a Morning Moo, so let’s make it a good one! Starting out: Check out this 1/6 scale Millennium Falcon reportedly being made by Hot Toys. These images have already appeared on several other websites, but who cares, this looks frigg’n awesome! According to the whole internet, this 1/6 size model is being made to accommodate Hot Toys’s line of 12 inch figures. Now let’s get them to make a scale Falcon model that fits us 6′ size figures.

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Armenian girl Sings Like 5th Element’s Plava Laguna

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Okay, so I fucking hate pretty much anything on TV anymore, but this is Armenian TV! So, it should be 100% more… Armenian. I don’t know where I was going with that, but recently on their version of The Voice a young girl preformed this very awesome rendition of Plava Laguna’s (big blue chick) tech-opera song from the 5th Element. According to sources, the real song this was based on is Lucia di Lammermoor an Italian opera from 1835 by Gaetano Donizetti. But we all already knew that.

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The Muppets – First Look Presentation

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Ha! The Muppets are back! Check out this “first look” from ABC featuring The Muppets in their new upcoming series, The Muppets. The new show will premiere Tuesday, September 22nd and it looks pretty damn cool. Check out their new “mockumentary” like style and a bit more adult like humor.

Keen!

The Morning Moo!

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Geek Art, Drawing Tuts, and Robotech!

Good morning El Moochadores! So the Rattletrap broke down again yesterday during one of our very few rain storms of the year. Yup, nothing like hot, muggy, summer rain and busted down cars. Still, things aren’t so bad. There’s a bunch of cool new stuff drifting along the currents of the internet this morning and we were able to capture a few of them to share with all of you starting with this very cool drawing tutorial from Noel Paolo Libunao. Both Chudd and I are always on the look out for new drawing technique and practices. Check out the video below for a way to render basic forms for body poses. Libunao has a bunch of other great tutorials on his youtube channel that are well worth a watch and I’ll probably doing a post about some of them later on this week… after I get the car fixed, that is.

Both Sides

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Gallery 1988 West has a new show currently running called Both Sides, highlighting some of our favorite pop-culture rivals from films of the 1980’s. Check out a few sample images below, but hit the link above to see way (way!) more and available prints.

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Masei TV Color Fokker Helmet

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Via Macross World: Okay, they’re probably saying Macross, but I’m totally calling this Robotech. Check out this frigg’n rad Roy Fokker helmet from Masei. I’m not sure, but I think this is a custom job for an individual client, but all the same; This would make an awesome birthday present for (oh… I don’t know) your favorite cow based blogger/podcaster who happens to love riding motorcycles…and Robotech! Y’know the same cow based blogger/podcaster that has a birthday at the end of this month. ‘just saying, is all. Also, I need a motorcycle.

Beneath London: A Tale of Langdon St. Ives!

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An Atomic Moo Book Review of James P. Blaylock’s New Steampunk Novel!

Alright, steam (and/or punk) love’n El Moochadores. There’s a new book out from Titan Books and the master of steampunk that’ll have you iching all over to polishing your brass googles and doft a bowler hat. Beneath London is an exciting new Langdon St. Ives adventure from author James P. Blaylock, that takes readers back to the late 19th century, and deep beneath London. It’s a strange world of macabre science and man eating mushrooms. Good stuff.

The adventure starts soon after Blaylock’s last novel, the The Aylesford Skull, and when St. Ives crashing dirigible opened up a chasm to the deep underworld beneath London. Now, St. Ives is all set to explore this gaping maw, but unfortunately a head collecting sociopath has other plans for St. Ives… and his knowledge rich noggin. Oh, and then there’s a flute playing dwarf, a kidnapped blind girl, the man eating mushrooms, talking -goo filled- heads, and an electric head shaver. The whole head, that is.

In a way, I thought this novel had a “Lovecraft” like feel to its dark journey, and though some steam-era tech does make an apperance, for the most part the story stays away from retro tech re-imagining that seem to overburden most steampunk stories. Dammit, not every one can get their hands on a dirigible! However; I did like the idea of the electric guillotine and the new villain, Klingheimer. The man is wealthy, English, and a total sociopath. All ingredients for a great bad guy. A lot of credit goes to Blaylock for consistent imagining of sinister fellows like Dr. Norbondon, Klingheimer, and their assorted henchmen. The only criticism (and its more of a personal dislike) I have of this book is Blaylock’s writing of the main characters. Can someone by so English it actually gets them killed? Well, maybe. Read the book to find out, but the main, “good”, characters are almost too flawless to really be enjoyed. I get that there’s an ideal behind characters like these, but were a whole generation raised on the “anti-hero,” and it has always been a little hard for me to enjoy Blaylock’s sinless good guys. Then again, there’s the dwarf.

Beneath London is now available in all major book stores or you can find your copy online at titanbooks.com.

Check out Beneath London’s full synopsis below!

The collapse of the Victoria Embankment uncovers a passage to an unknown realm beneath the city. Langdon St. Ives sets out to explore it, not knowing that a brilliant and wealthy psychopathic murderer is working to keep the underworld’s secrets hidden for reasons of his own.

St. Ives and his stalwart friends investigate a string of ghastly crimes: the gruesome death of a witch, the kidnapping of a blind, psychic girl, and the grim horrors of a secret hospital where experiments in medical electricity and the development of human, vampiric fungi, serve the strange, murderous ends of perhaps St. Ives’s most dangerous nemesis yet.

Comic Con Videos!

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Some of the Awesome Videos from SDCC 2015!

Hey El Moochadores! You’ve all probably seen this small collection of trailers from Hall H (and other San Diego Comic Con halls, and ballrooms. Heh. “ballroom…”) by now, but they’re really fun! So, just for shits’n giggles; here are four of the popular videos from last weeks SDCC 2015 starting with the Deadpool! Well, sort of. This is that popular “leaked” video that’s been bouncing around the internet. Which, is still really cool, but where the hell are all the other leaked videos? C’mon nerds! With all the cosplay, and weird get ups, not one of you can “spy style” hide a camera somewhere in your storm trooper armor to give the rest of geeks and dorks an illicit view of Hall H happenings? Come on!

Okay. Deadpool.

Archer’s Comic-Con Message!

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The Atomic Moocast #103!

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Our Interview with Independent Comic Creator, Sarah Bitely!

NEW MOOCAST!!!! Ha Ha Ha! Okay El Moochadores, on this fine new episode of Moocast’n goodness we’re talking with Pimpkillah creator, Sarah Bitely! For those of you not in the know, Pimpkillah is a great black and white 821db265f878b6769438d86a96d7c081_8l8n indie comic about a young woman who, well, kills pimps… Yeah it’s in the title, but the book is chuck full of action, babes, and (maybe) some swinging man dong, all masterfully illustrated by Alfonso Ruiz. I’ve posted a few sample images below in the show notes, but dammit folks! This comic was meant to be read! Follow the links back and get a copy of Pimpkillah: Retribution as soon as you can! Also, it was just really cool having Sarah on the show. You’ll like her. She’s smart, cute, funny… maybe single(?)… who knows! Y’gotta listen to the show!

So, here we go folks! This Moocast is locked, cocked, and ready to be listened to at reasonable sound level (earbuds maybe) that won’t hurt you or offend others nearby. yeah. Which also means you gotta prepare yourselves. You’ll have to sustain your basic needs for the next 1 hour and 18 minutes! So, go (now) and gather up some tasty snacks, a cool beverage, and a comfy seat, and then hit play on the best damn podcast your friends don’t know about.

Enjoy!

Free music used by the Atomic Moo cast is royalty free and was created and composed by Kevin MacLeod and can be found at Incompetech.com. Please support this site!

Songs used:

  • Funk Game Loop
  • As I Figure
  • Who Likes to Party
  • Fast Talkin

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Pre-SDCC Downtown Prep Photos

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Hey El Moochadores, while at work today I had a chance to drive by 5th ave, in the downtown (gas lamp) part of San Diego. There I got to see some of the prep work going on for this years San Diego Comic Con 2015. Okay, before you judge too harshly, these are just a few quick images I took using my very crappy phone. So… yeah. Anyways, check out the images below and Chudd and I are looking forward to this years con, and (AND) if you see two chubby dudes walking around in Atomic Moo t-shirts, stop us and say “howdy” or “hello” or “h’ya!” What ever!

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The Morning Moo!

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Featuring Karate Kid Art and Roller Girl T-Shirts!

Goooood morning El Moochadores. Sorry for the lack of enthusiasm, but my nogg’n hurts a little. Frigg’n July 4th aftermath… ehhck! Anyways, real quick Moopost this morning. First off take a look at the above print by Eric Tan featuring a add for a karate class that could have made you an “all valley champion”. Well if not for Danny… frigg’n Daniel san. This really cool looking 18×24 inch print is available from Gallery 1988 and, c’mon, it’s gonna look awesome on your wall. According to the 1988 instagram page, the print (a 4 color silkscreen print on black paper) sells for $50.00 and is one of 100 signed editions. Keen.

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Roller Derby and Super Babes!

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Via Geekxgirls.com: Women on wheels being violent. Hell yeah. Check out this series of Teefury comic book/roller derby inspired t-shirts by illustrator Tom Kurzanski.zipz_gallery_criminal According to the teefury website each shirt (featuring either Poison Ivy, Bat Girl, Harely Quinn, Black Widow, Catwoman, or Scarlet Witch) sells for somewhere’s about $20.00, However, for about $80.00 you can get ’em on a cool pair of sneakers. Though I’ve posted a few sample images of Tom’s t-shirt work below, click the link above to see more of Tom’s work.

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The Atomic Moocast #102!

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“Wow!”, I hear you all saying. “Another Moocast and so soon! Thank you Mister Trog, you’re awesome!” Yes. Yes I am, and you very are welcome. So, here it is folks: episode #102, where in we talk with Inside Out actress:92a86df66c5238f4842cb2d222e0e6ba_400x400 Lori Alan!!! Lori has been in such great shows like Toy Story 3, Sponge Bob Square Pants, and Family Guy and now she’s here to tell us all about working on Inside out! Frigg’n groovy!

Just a real quick note about this show: While recording with Lori, the call dropped. Many times. Maybe it was Verizon, maybe it was Skype, I don’t know (wasn’t me) but there were a few times the call was interrupted. However, I’m a middling to good editor, so what follows is all the pieces put back together in a mostly seamless way.Mom'sSaddness Mostly… I would have mentioned all that on the Moocast itself, but I forgot. So, yeah, that happened, but it was still an awesome conversation and we are very happy Lori came on our show.

So, here we go folks! This Moocast is a fresh, steaming, load of podcasting excellence just waiting to ooze down your ear holes! Prepare yourselves! Go now and get a cool fizzy soda, and find that comfy spot, because you’re about to let the Moocast into your brain squidgy regions of your brain!

Enjoy!

Free music used by the Atomic Moo cast is royalty free and was created and composed by Kevin MacLeod and can be found at Incompetech.com. Please support this site!

Songs used:

  • Funk Game Loop
  • As I Figure
  • Who Likes to Party
  • Fast Talkin

Show Notes and Links

Additional Links

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New Atomic Moo Cards!

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Hey El Moochadores! Okay, I know a lot of people don’t get excited over business cards (well, maybe that guy from American Psycho…), but we just got our new cards as designed by Atomic Moo’s very own top graphic artist, Jason “Chudd” Murray. The new cards look awesome! Too awesome. I almost don’t want to give them out. Anyways, look forward to more cool Atomic Moo stuff, designed by Chudd, coming soon!

Keen!

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The Morning Moo!

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Featuring Sexy Cosplay, The Terminator, and the Offical Peanuts Trailer!

Good morning El Moochadores. Well, what’s left of it. Anyways, today I skimmed the rich creamy surface of the world wide facebook and came back with some pretty cool stuff to post about. Let’s start with some sexy Cowboy Bebob cosplay! Via Geek X Girls; Check out a handful of photos of cosplayer Dahlia Thomas dressed as one of our all time favorite bounty hunters, Faye Valentine. Sexy, lovely Faye. Sorry, folks the lizard brain is taking over, but if only I could marry a cartoon. It would totally be toss up between Faye Valentine or Wilma Flintstone… or maybe both. hmmm…

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Arnold Pranks Fans as the Terminator…for Charity

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