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The Paper Robots

The Paper Robots is a weekly podcast hosted by writer Logan Naugle that chronicles his journey into the comic book industry as he talks to other creators along the way trying to learn and share as much as possible.
It’s really about the conversation with people working in various different industries and how the creative process, careers, and personal lives work for all of them. 
But we’re all also regular humans that buy toilet paper and laugh at the internet, so give us a listen and hopefully we don’t waste too much of your time! 
The episodes very from week to week with content such as: 
  • Guest episodes (artists, writers, music, etc.)
  • PQ’s Topics ( Podcast questions, answering questions from followers)
  • Solo Shows (personal life, struggles and interests of Logan)

Aug 30, 2016

Both Logan and Micah are leaving their life long home town on Tucson, AZ to move and experience all the rest of the world but first we have to say goodbye.


Follow Logan and his adventures:


Twitter/IG: @thatlogan

Snapchat: OldmanLogan


Aug 23, 2016

This episode is with Isaac Cabrera, a new found friend and a man of many talents. Isaac comes on the show to and we talk about all the different creative avenues he has gone down. Issac is a cosplayer known as Tom Braider (links below) on top of that he does art and music and is a all around good guy. 

I was so happy to...

Aug 19, 2016

Well the title explains this one, but I (Logan) am packing up and moving to the PNW for some new adventures.

My girlfriend (Cynthia) and I are heading out to arrive in August. The show will continue and not much will change as far as format. 

Wish us luck and we look forward to continuing to grow as creators.

Aug 2, 2016

Hey everybody! I got special guest Eric Schock on the show. THe man who started Evil Robo Productions and is a creator/artist/writer of comics.

We discuss a few things including tips on being creative.


  • Having a regime
  • Creating is about dedication and treating your creative work like a "real job"
  • Creating a...