Process Party – Episode 39 – Alex Robinson!

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This episode: Alex Robinson!

It’s a bit of an Ink Panthers reunion as we welcome Mike’s old podcast chucklebuddy (and creator of Box Office Poison, Tricked, Too Cool To Be Forgotten, Lower Regions, & Our Expanding Universe) Alex Robinson!

Mike & Alex rekindle their old jibba jabba vibe while talking about Alex’s current (& wildly successful) podcast Star Wars Minute. We get the scoop on what it’s like to attend a convention on a cruise ship, and to host a live post in front of a bunch of randos.

No holds are barred as we talk about the recent attempt at re-serializing BoP in color, and Alex’s current long term project Cosmic Saga. There’s a lengthy digression into “stuff that sucks to draw” spurred on by Alex’s new rule that Cosmic Saga should be (gasp!) “fun to draw.”

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If the main Process Party podcast is like being in the mix chatting with cartoonists at a convention party, Process Party: Real Talk is the afterparty, when the walls come down and the real talk, advice and gossip flow freely!  Every week we ask our guests to impart a little *extra* bit of wisdom, some nuts & bolts how-to info or philosophy, and of course a heavy dose of every cartoonist’s number one concern: GETTING PAID IN COMICS! These minisodes contain exclusive content not included in the regular podcast!

Our guests come from a variety of backgrounds and places in their careers, and they all have advice for you. From how to mentally balance comics and day-jobs, to nuts and bolts advice about turning comics panels into cold hard cash. Hear exclusive tidbits about the industry, insider stuff that’s 🔥 too hot🔥 to include in the public podcast, and more.
If you really love the pod, you can sign up for the $5/month level and get everything in the lower tiers, but we’ll also do one extra-special minisode a month where Mike & Zack will review the stuff they are reading or watching at the moment! What did they think of that one movie about the people or places? What cool old/new comics are they digging on this month? If you like the Teenaged Memedream episode, this tier is for you! This is a mainline fix of our patented “jibba-jabba.”

Episode 3 of Real Talk is with cartoonist & urban explorer Julia Wertz! Get in on the ground floor of the Process Party Patreon and make sure you don’t miss an episode of Real Talk! Real Talk updates every Thursday only for Patreon subscribers.

Episode 39 – Alex Robinson – It’s a bit of an Ink Panthers reunion as we welcome Mike’s old podcast chucklebuddy (and creator of Box Office Poison, Tricked, Too Cool To Be Forgotten, Lower Regions, & Our Expanding Universe) Alex Robinson! Mike & Alex rekindle their old jibba jabba vibe while talking about Alex’s current (& wildly successful) podcast Star Wars Minute. No holds are barred as we talk about the recent attempt at re-serializing BoP in color, and Alex’s current long term project Cosmic Saga. There’s a lengthy digression into “stuff that sucks to draw” spurred on by Alex’s new rule that Cosmic Saga should be (gasp!) “fun to draw.”