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JC’s Progress Meters

StarMage #1 - Darien

22/ 22 pages. 100.0% done!

StarMage #2 - Eridu

22/ 22 pages. 100.0% done!

StarMage #3 - Rebellion and Desertion

23/ 23 pages. 100% done!

StarMage #4 - A Troubling Search

22/ 22 pages. 100% done!

StarMage #5 - The Ghosts of the Past

22/ 22 pages. 100% done!

StarMage #6 - The Planet of Sorrows

22/ 22 pages. 100% done!

Ancient Rising - The Graphic Novel

10/ 100 pages. 10.0% done!

White Chapel #1 - The Letter (with Martin Dunn)

5/ 22 pages. 22.7% done!

 Everyone is talking this summer’s big blockbuster Avengers 2: Age of Ultron but JC and Rita take it one step further with Earth Station MCU’s Jennifer Hartshorn by talking all things Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Also, Doctor Geek tells us about Humpback Whale language in his latest Moment in Science and in Doctor Who, there’s a major character coming back to the show plus the return of Torchwood and who was the Doctor of the Decade?

All this and more on TFA 98!

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Brazen Wench Productions, LLC announced the following today:

“I am proud to announce JC De La Torre has officially joined the staff of Brazen Wench Productions, LLC.

Jason C. De La Torre joins Brazen Wench as the Executive Vice President of New Media, Film and Television. JC will be a driving force in many of the productions from our existing team while leading the search for new undiscovered talent. He will also contribute to Brazen Wench as a producer and screenwriter for many of our projects.

JC will bring all of his properties as a novelist and comics writer to Brazen Wench including the Ancient Rising saga, Continuum Force and Serial Vampire Series (aka White Chapel Vampires).

He will lean on his education at the Connecticut School of Broadcasting, FilmSkills and Stage32 as well as his experience as producer and editor for the audio show and YouTube channel Transmissions From Atlantis to accentuate his new roles for Brazen Wench.

JC is a voice actor in Brazen Wench’s science from fiction audio show, Doctor Geek’s Laboratory. He previously served as a columnist/blogger for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers blog site He’s also been a featured columnist for Bleacher Report on Tampa Bay sports, an editor and featured columnist for SB Nation Tampa Bay covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Gators, wrote for’s Blog Blitz and contributed to Pewter Report, one of the top magazines on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

JC has a passionate love for Doctor Who, sports writing and speculative fiction writing. His work features action, adventure, horror, Sci-Fi, a bit of the supernatural and essentially something for everyone. His scripting and production interests will include all of these sub-genres as well as other interesting excursions.”

Rita’s Announcement:

“Rita De La Torre joins Brazen Wench as Executive Vice President of Business Affairs. In her role, Rita will oversee the budgets for the various Brazen Wench projects, manage Unit Production and Line Production as well taking an active role in financing and distribution of Brazen Wench properties.

Rita brings an extensive resume of accounting, project management and human resources experience but has also shown a tremendous creative side as a novelist (Dark Dragon), cosplay designer and voice actor in Doctor Geek’s Laboratory.

Rita is also co-producer and co-host of the audio show and youtube channel Transmissions From Atlantis. In addition to her business focus, Rita is will be an integral part in the creative process of all Brazen Wench projects which includes but not limited to editing, art/costuming, special fx and screenwriting.” This
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Earth Station MCU Ep 19
Alright alright alright! Lots of news this week — casting rumors, news about Season 2 of Agent Carter, even more Spidey casting rumors, another possible Phase 3 director, and sightings of Civil War actors around Atlanta. Marcia Marcia Marcia! Does it always have to be about Skye? Well fortunately there’s a lot of other stuff going on in the action packed, two-hour season finale besides just Skye, including multiple characters dying, nearly dying, and almost dying, Ginger Ninjas, snappy dialogue and …what the heck happened in the last 5 seconds? Stay tuned at the end of this episode for inside information from the set of “Captain America: Civil War”!

Earth Station MCU on Facebook
Earth Station MCU on WordPress
John Rabon at
John Rabon’s Cosplay page
Agent Carter Season 2
Matthew McConaughey in the MCU?
Asa Butterfield as Spidey?
Ava DuVernay directing Black Panther or Captain Marvel?
Captain America: Civil War shooting in Atlanta

Earth Station MCU Episode 18 - Agents of SHIELD
John and Jen are back to talk about the penultimate episode of Agents of SHIELD season two, “Scars”. The Koenigs return, Gonzalez gets stoned, and — shock! — Ward is still a very bad person. In addition to this week’s SHIELD episode, we talk about Bilbo (or Watson, depending on your fandom) joining the MCU, Twitter wars, Phase III movies, and the best news of all – Agent Carter and SHIELD are coming back next season!

Pop Culture References You May Have Missed
SHIELD and Carter Returning, No Spinoff
Infinity Wars to be Shot in IMAX
Where Might We See Hulk Next?
SHIELD Evolves with the MCU
Chris Evans/Frank Grillo Tweets
Martin Freeman Cast in Civil War
Spider-Man Directors

Earth Station One Ep 266Yabba Dabba Doo!!! The ESO crew presents the third part of the history of American animation with a look one of the biggest game changers since the rotoscope – the advent of television. Mike, Mike, Mark Heffernan, and Jeff Crawford fill up their cereal bowls and bask in the glory of Hanna-Barbera, Filmation, Jay Ward Productions, Rankin & Bass, Bill Melendez Productions, and more! Plus we get a look at the wonderful world of 3D printing courtesy of Jeremy Massengale, who finds himself in the Geek Seat! All this, along with the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Show Open / Rants and Raves
0:22:49 Interview & Geek Seat w/ Jeremy Massengale
0:41:49 History of Animation 1950’s – 60’s
1:49:46 Dr Geeks Moment of Science
1:51:47 Khan Report
1:58:04 Show Close

The New ESO E-Store
ESO on iTunes
ESO on Stitcher Radio
The ESO Window Sticker
Make-A-Wish Foundation
Dad’s Garage – King of Pops The Post Apocalyptic Musical
Jeff Crawford
JMass 3D

ESO Network Appearances

May 21-25 MISTI-Con 2015 (Laconia, NH)
13TH HR (Debbie)
DR GEEK (Scott)
TFA (Jason, Rita)

May 22-24 TimeGate (Atlanta, GA)
ESO (MikeF, MikeG)
NTHINGS (Phantom)

May 22-25 Comicpalooza (Houston, TX)

May 28-31 Momocon (Atlanta, GA)

Jun 6 Southern Cigar Festival Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre (Alpharetta, GA)

Jun 10-14 Hukilau (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
ESO (MikeG)

Jun 13 Leesburg Public Library Comic-Con (Leesburg, FL)
DR GEEK (Scott)

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