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Awesome Mortal Kombat Geek-Art

MK Legacy Baraka by Esau13

Holy cow it’s been a long day! I don’t know if it’s a form of exhaustion, or if it’s from the cigar I just smoked, but I got this weird comfortable buzz going on right now… I call it the warm fuzzies. Kind of making me a little sleepy actually. Anyhow, I figure before I pass out in my chair, I should do a post of some awesome Mortal Kombat geek-art I came across the other day on deviantArt. These pieces are by dA artist Esua13 (Esau Murga). This guy has got some amazing talent. I’ve posted some of his work below, but go check out his gallery for more great work. Have a great night El Moochadors!

MK Legacy Visions of Futures Past by Esau13 MK Legacy Was it good for you? by Esau13 MK Legacy Princess by Esau13 MK Legacy Kabal by Esau13 MK Legacy Nightwolf by Esau13 MK Legacy Thunder God by Esau13

Atomic Moo Comic Review: Number Cruncher

Number Cruncher

These last few years my beliefs have become more atheistic. All the b.s. I was taught in Sunday school just doesn’t make much sense, and I haven’t heard much else that does. Still, I tend to hope there is something more to this life than what there appears to be. It just seems like a damn shame to acquire a life-worth of experience, skill, and knowledge to have it all fade out into a void. I’m not exactly sure where I’m going with all this… I think this electronic trance music I’m listening to is having a strange effect on me, and this graphic novel Titan sent us to review has got me thinking about this sort of stuff.

The book is called Number Cruncher, a four issue series that’s been crunched (get it???) into one book. Written by Si Spurrier and drawn by PJ Holden. Alright, this is where I hit a roadblock, because I’m not sure how to describe this story. So I guess I’ll let Titan do that for me and post he synopsis below:

Dying young, a brilliant Mathematician discovers a way to cheat the terrifying Divine Calculator. He schemes to be endlessly reincarnated in the life of the woman he loves, no matter how often the violent bailiffs of the Karmic Accountancy cut short each life. It falls to one such Karmic agent – the surly Bastard Zane – to put a stop to the time-twisting romance once and for all, before the Mathematician can pull-off his greatest trick and escape Existential Justice forever!

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Atomic Moocast #69: The Pork Chop Express!

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On this episode of the Atomic Moocast Chudd and I look to the near future of 2014 and set goals for this next year! Listen and learn of what’s in store for the best damn web site (and podcast) you’re friends don’t know about! So don’t delay folks! Plug you’re head into you’re nearest computer listening thing; grab a cool, fizzy soda; and hit play on the audio excellence (in spirit) we call the Moocast!

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:

  • Kool Katz
  • Funk Game Loop
  • As I Figure
  • Bass Walker

show Notes and Links

Big Trouble in Little China
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Atomic Tails

Like we talked about on the podcast: Here’s a preview of the comic strip I’ll be putting up on Atomic Moo this spring. We’re calling it Atomic Tails (working title) and please don’t judge too harshly. This is my first attempt at doing a comic strip (and I’m having a lot of fun making it) but it’s also a learning process. It’s a four panel strip featuring the mouse versions of Chudd and Trog, their friends, and “adventures.” These are just a few panel samples pulled from some of the strips; However the full strips will start posting one a week on March 31st.

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Powered Up! Awesome Video Game Fan Film

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Hey El Moochadors, Trog just shot me a link to a pretty neat video game mash-up fan film. Not sure where he spotted it on (could’ve been anywhere… spends most of his time browsing the internet for stuff like this… actually, he could probably get more accomplished if he spent less time on the web). Anyhow, it’s by the YouTube group CorridorDigital. Although I’m not much into video games, I just watched a couple of their videos and thought they were pretty entertaining (The Gravity Gun video was nifty). Enjoy the video below. I’m going to go get a taco.

Rap Viper: Wordburglar GI Joe Rap Video

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What!? It’s a GI Joe fan rap video, and there’s no sexy Baroness dancing around in a bikini??? Other than that I thought this video by Wordburglar was pretty nifty. Check it out below and enjoy.

Trial of the Mask: Steampunk Star Wars Fan Film

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Hey El Moochadors, here’s a super quick post before I run out the door for work on something cool I came across this morning (via… shit I lost the link…). It’s a Star Wars Steampunk fan film based on Boba Fett. Anyhow, check it out below, or visit their channel here. Crap, I better get out the door or I’m not going to have time for a bear claw. Later!

Funny Robocop Re-enactment

Robocop Re-enactment by Comicbookgirl19

Well I promised my brother Trog I would do a post today, and he’s been bugging me to do a review on a book Titan sent us. It’s an awesome book, and I was hoping to do it, but that was before a large lunch and a hair cut. Now I just want to take a nap. So here’s something pretty interesting instead (and won’t take as much time as writing a book review). I came across this video earlier (via… shit, I lost the link…), and it’s by a cute geek-girl that goes by the name Comicbookgirl19 on Youtube. I think we came across this girl at the last San Diego Comic-Con. I remember behind one of the booths there was a smallish-chick in a paper-craft/cardboard like Robocop outfit. I’ll see if I can find a photo…

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Same girl? I don’t know. I’ll ponder this while I lay down for a Sunday afternoon nap. Which I’m off to do… right now. Later!

Portal: Survive! Awesome Portal Fan-Film

Portal: Survive!

Damn, it’s too early for this… Still, I’m not sure if I’ll have time after work, so what the hell, right? I just watched this nifty Portal fan film this morning and thought it was worth sharing. Says in the “about” section on the YouTube page that it was made by Colin and Connor McGuire and shot for “under $500.” Under $500??? My question is: if a fan film can look this good (for under 500 bucks), why haven’t we seen a “real” live-action Portal film yet? Eh… they’d probably just fuck it up anyhow. Damn, I’m hungry… I’m off to get a bear claw. Later.

Awesome (Photoshopped?) Bat-Van

On Patrol... by tnperkins

Here’s something nifty I came across this on deviantArt this morning, posted by tnperkins. I think it’s a fake (though I could be wrong). The Bat symbols on the side and front look… off (they don’t seem to match up with the other elements in the photo); same with the fins on the back. I dunno, still an awesome concept, and I would love to see something like this in real life. Hell, if this is photoshopped then I would love to see more concept vehicles created like this, maybe even for other characters and Superheroes (like what would a retro Green Lantern car look like?). Check it out and let us know what you think. Later!

Wil Wheaton – Why it’s awesome to be a nerd

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Via Dave “D20″ Smith and Upworthy.com, During Calgary Comic Expo, 2013, actor Wil Wheaton was asked, by the mother of a recently born baby girl, to explain “why it’s awesome to be a nerd.” Here’s his response,

Enjoy!

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