“To suddenly go from eating Top Ramen to getting these four and five digit quarterly royalty checks was stunning.” Twenty years ago, artist Julie Baroh was a troublemaking college student; if it wasn’t for wasn’t for a spiteful dean, she would have been kicked out. Then, she bought into this little company with big dreams and suddenly she was a rich and famous brat. In this week’s episode, we talked on the phone about the Alpha days, her conflict with Wizards, the studio named Krab Jab, and the time when she quit art all together to become something very different.

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