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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)

Jun 28, 2018

Comic creator and friend, Dan Schkade (always say full name) returns to the podcast to catch up and talk about his most recent project, Lavender Jack and comic being release through WEBTOON. Dan strikes at the heart of story telling and "moments" that help shape and define a story by showing and not telling. He uses...

Jun 21, 2018

Tune into this episode with comics creator Terry Blas where we discuss his journey into comics and what he has learned along the way.

Terry Blas is an illustrator and writer. Which works include webcomic Briar Hollow, Ghetto Swirl and You Say Latino (featured on, NPR and the Huffington Post). Other credits...

Jun 14, 2018

Game Designer and programmer Ben Greenstein chats with me about his influences from comics, manga and anime to hippy town up bringing. Also we try to stay on topic about his origin into game design without going too off the rails and getting lost in X-Men territory.
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Jun 7, 2018

Hosted by Logan Naugle with guests Cynthia Gerriets (Toy Designer) and Dan Schkade (Comic Creator)
We get together and chat about the importance of creating an ending in what makes the ending in a story significant both as bands of storytelling and creators in our own stories what is an ending and what it means for us...