Earth Station One Episode 222 – The History of Animation Pt 2 (1930′s – 1940′s) The Rise of the Studios

This week, the ESO crew takes a look at the silly, crazy, merry, and looney cartoons of the 1930’s and 40’s. Mike, Mike, the award-winning author Bobby Nash, and Mark Heffernan discuss the rise of the many animation studios releasing classic shorts that continue to make us smile today. We also catch author Mark Beaulieu … Continue reading

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Earth Station One Episode 211 – The History of Animation – Pt 1 – The Golden Age

With Mike Gordon on vacation this week, Mike Faber and Bobby Nash are joined by Mark Heffernan as they take a look at the history of animation from the earliest hand-drawn cartoons up to the 1930’s in the first part of ESO’s History of Animation series. Also, Outlantacon’s Lee Cox and Edward DeGruy stop by … Continue reading

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Earth Station One Episode 203 – Surprising Deaths in Fiction

It’s time for the ESO Invitational Dead Pool! Mike, Mike, the award-winning author Bobby Nash, and Derrick Ferguson review some big-league fictional deaths that defied prediction and influenced storytelling forever. Plus, we also strap writer Adam Lance Garcia to The Geek Seat to see if the Green Lama can save him, and we share stories … Continue reading

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ESO’S BOBBY NASH TAKES A JOURNEY TO THE EARTH’S CORE!

It has been announced that ESO co-host, Bobby Nash has been tapped to script a new graphic novel adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs‘ At The Earth’s Core with artist Jamie Chase for Dark Horse Comics‘ Sequential Pulp imprint. Sequential Pulp’s Michael Hudson made the announcement on February 7th. “Edgar Rice Burroughs’ AT THE EARTHS’ CORE is proud to welcome aboard the acclaimed scribe, … Continue reading

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2013 GHASTLY AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED

The 2013 Ghastly Award Winners have been announced. Earth Station One congratulates the nominees and winners. Click through to see the winners. The Ghastly Award Judges are proud to announce the Winners of the 2013 Ghastly Awards. The Ghastly Award Judges chose the nominees from the books submitted by Comic Creators and Publishers throughout 2013. … Continue reading

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