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Star Trek’s Tim Russ Explains Star Wars Day


New Video by by Pocketwatch and UCB Comedy!

Happy May 4th, El Moochadores! On this holiday of all holidays, let’s all take a look back at what makes Star Wars so great through the eyes of Star Trek Voyager’s Tim Russ. Watch and enjoy as Tuvok patiently explains “the Star Wars” to the non-initiated in this funny video produced by UCB Comedy and Pocketwatch on the youtube. May the Fourth be with you all today…


Star Wars Day… Eve


May the 4th is tomorrow folks, and we wish you all a happy Star Wars Day. On this, the eve of possibly the world’s greatest holidays… ever, we thought we would share some cool Star Wars stuff floating around the web. For example: Did you see the new cover5543ca93db753b82389cbd74_vanity-fair-star-wars of Vanity Fair? Pretty damn cool! Check out Han, Chewy, that ball droid, the girl, the scared dude… they’re all there! Also, check out a short feature video showing a behind the scenes look at the Vanity Fair photo shoot for the new magazine!

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If you’re loving the new Star Wars stuff, right now (at least through tomorrow) you can check out the entire first season of Star Wars: Rebels on! Keen. Better still, check out the trailer for Season 2 below! B-Wings people! B-WINGS!!! And the Darth Vader. heh. I’m digging this new series!


Star Wars Rebels Season Two Trailer

The Star Wars Cast on Set for Vanity Fair’s Cover Shoot

The Art and Making of Penny Dreadful!


An Atomic Moo Book Review of the New Offical Companion Book to the Showtime Series

Fans of the Showtime hit original series, Penny Dreadful now have a comprehensive new volume to sate all their Victorian era monster needs. Published by Titan Books (2015),InsideArt the Art and Making of Penny Dreadful is a beautifully assembled collection of season one’s characters, production notes, behind the scenes photos, and history. Yeah, there’s quiet a lot of actual history used by the series, and expertly explained in this volume. The new companion is written by Sharon Gosling and focuses on show creator John Logan’s vision, and execution, of the series. What I really enjoyed about this companion is that it isn’t just a big picture book. Though there are tons of pictures; The companion provides excellent details on the shows production methods and the hurdles they had to jump to get the first season produced. Also, I have to give a lot of credit to the books designer. The page lay outs, and cover work, of this volume are very well done in a style that matches the look and feel of the show.

I’ve posted the official synopsis below, along with a few scans of some of the inside pages. these are kind of low quality scans from home computer, but they should at least give potential readers an idea of what’s inside. Still, probably better to go to a bookstore and see the real deal.

the Art and Making of Penny Dreadful is available now in all major bookstores, or you can get your copy online at

Penny Dreadful Season 2 starts tomorrow! Click the link for more show information

Some of horror literature’s most iconic characters, including Dr. Frankenstein, Dorian Gray, and figures from Dracula are lurking in the darkest corners of Victorian London. Penny Dreadful is a psychological thriller that weaves together these classic horror origin stories into a new adult drama. The Art and Making of Penny Dreadful goes behind the scenes to unearth its secrets and dissect every aspect of the show’s production, with exclusive interview material with the creator, cast, and crew, and previously unseen images.

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The Morning Moo!


Featuring Fan Art and Kung Fu Avengers!

Good morning all. For today’s Morning Moo we got a funny, Kung fu meets the Avengers, video from Beat Down Boogie, but first: Look up (…at the top of the page, not the ceiling) and check out that amazing Black Widow fan art by Deviant Art contributor Keelerleah. Leah (I think I can call her Leah… wait, she’s a she, right? Anyways…) according to her Deviant Art page, and blog, Leah works with both traditional art and digital techniques. Click the link above to see some of her work with Copic markers! It’s really frigg’n good! She also has an entire gallery dedicated to Drows! Drows, people! DROWS! I’ve posted a couple of sample images below, but click the links above to see much more of her fantastic work! If it is a her… Sorry, I’m running late and I don’t have time to investigate (heh. that rhymed), and I’m not like a real damn journalist anyways. Just look at the art and stop judging me in my head.

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Beat Down Boogie goes all Kung Fu in this new video that shows us a Kung Fu Iron Man (with an Australian accent?) and a Kung Fu Captain America with a paper mache shield/hat. Yeah, it’s groovy and we dug the voice dubbing.


The Morning Moo!


Featuring Cool Art and BanecCat 3!

Good Morning El Moochadores! There’s another BaneCat video! I have no idea why I love those so much, but dammit, I do. Anyways, before the BaneCat checkout a very cool piece of Hellraiser art by artist/illustrator Sandara. Pinhead looks awesome in all his unholy glory! I’ve posted a few other samples of Sandara’s work below, but hit the Deviant Art link above to see more of her work.

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BaneCat Episode 3!


Via BloodBlitz on the youtube: Checkout episode 3 of the best Bat parody to date! BaneCat!!! Though, I’m a little critical of the Batdog. I don’t see Batman as a beagle. Snoopy was a beagle. Batman is probably more of a German shepherd… or some sort of lab. yeah.


The Morning Moo!


Featuring Cool Art and Acting Lessons with Stan Lee!

Good morning El Moochadores! Let’s kick off this Morning Moo with some amazing art work by professional illustrator Jamal Campbell (aka: Pryce14 on the Deviant Art) who made the above art featuring all the super women of DC’s Justice League. According to the Deviant Art Page, The illustration (All-female Justice League) was a commission piece and features Wonder Woman, Black Canary, Zatanna, Vixen, Big Barda, Mera, and Star Sapphire. Wait, isn’t Star Sapphire a Green Lantern villain? Eh, all the same, cool art. Check out a few other samples of Campbell’s work below, but hit the link above to sew way more. Way More!

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Stan Lee Cameo School


Well, I guess when you do something enough… Anyways, check out this Audi USA ad featuring Stan Lee, Kevin Smith, Tara Reid, Michael Rooker, Jason Mewes and Lou Ferrigno.



Its Monday, and what’s the best thing you’re going to see this week? Well, I’ll tell you (shhh… I got this. shhh…). Check out this great, amazing, awesome, rad (yes: rad), animation from ArhyBES, on the Youtube, about a Batman gone metal. The music is Face Fisted by Metalocalypse: Dethklok. Check out the animation below along with the animation “Batupdate.” Best Thing This Week.


Poison: A Wicked Snow White Tale


An Atomic Moo Book Review of Sarah Pinborough’s Dark Fairy Tale

Sarah Pinborough’s dark fairy tale, Poison, is one of those books who’s reading experience I really don’t want to spoil for anyone, but I also know that somehow I’m probably going to spoil it all the same. So, for what it’s worth… Spoiler Alert!

Published by Titan Books (2013), Poison is a darker (adult) spin on the classic Snow White fairy tale, also made popular by the 1937 Disney film. However; Pinborough doesn’t rely on the classic cartoon for her story. Instead she diverges from the popular versions of the tale (retaining an evil queen, helpful dwarves, and even a handsome prince) to make a fresh (if not amazingly creepy) version of the Snow White story that is vastly more interesting than anything put out by the Walt Disney Co.

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Star Wars Celebration 2015 Photos!


We finally got our photo gallery from Star Wars Celebration, Anaheim, online! We were only able to attend the event for one day, but dammit if that one day wasn’t packed chuck full of droids, storm troopers, and slave Leias! Wonderful, amazing slave Leias… Anyways, I’ve posted a small sample of the gallery below, but hit the “photo gallery” link above to see all the pictures!


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A home-made stop motion animated film

Oi El Moochadores; Currently on Kickstarter there is a cool new stop motion animation project by animator (and former Atomic Moocast guest), Meirav Haber.Sylvia1 The animation, Sylvia will be about an “imaginative little girl who creates a world inside her bedroom with a few deformed but lovable creatures.” That’s a brave little girl. I mean, when I was a little boy none of my imaginary friends had any major deformities. Violent urges, sure… Anyways, check out the promotional video below where Meirav herself will explain the animation, and her goals for the project. As of this post the project has 46 days to go, but don’t delay helping. The sooner Meirav get’s the support, the sooner she can begin work. Also, click the link above to check out the rewards being offered for supporters of this project.

Sylvia is a story about an imaginative little girl who creates a world inside her bedroom with a few deformed but lovable creatures that help her cope with her parents’ disregard. My hope is that “Sylvia” will speak to the value of imagination as a resource for resiliency.

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