Friday, March 15, 2013

ESO Podcast - Episode 154

This week, Mike, Mike, and the 2013 Pulp Ark Award-Winning Best Author Bobby Nash give the spinner rack a few turns and take a look at some of our favorite graphic novels and collected trades – no capes allowed! Joining us for some comic chat are Doctor Q (The Rachet Retrocast), Jason De La Torre (Transmissions from Atlantis), and Josh Wilson (Mad Norwegian Press). We are also joined by writer Mark Ellis, who discusses the very superhero-ish team, the Justice Machine. But can they save him from the dreaded fate that is The Geek Seat? Tune in for the answer, plus the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!
Earth Station One Episode 154: Our Favorite Non-Superhero Graphics Novels and Trades
Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:13:19 Rants and Raves
0:39:01 Interview & Geek Seat with writer Mark Ellis
1:07:54 Our Favorite Non-Superhero Graphics Novels and Trades
2:05:20 The Walking Dead Season 3 Ep. 13
2:24:26 The ESO Khan Report & Review of Momocon
2:37:26 ESO Shout Outs
2:23:26 Show Close
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This week's Shout Out! Celebrate the 101-year anniversary of the debut of Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter with this excellent account of the drama behind his motion picture debut!

Check out the new items in our Amazon store!

Next week, the Earth Station One crew enlists. That’s right, Mike, Mike, and Bobby report for duty as part of America’s highly trained special missions force, known as G.I. Joe. ESO takes down Cobra forces while looking back at the Joes’ history from comic books, the various cartoon series, the conventions, the toys, and the upcoming live action movie starring The Rock and Bruce Willis. Plus, the ESO Khan Report goes on the road to Joelanta, the premier G.I. Joe convention. And if that wasn’t enough, just wait until you see who we strap into The Geek Seat this week. It’s going to be another fantastic episode next week at Earth Station One. Now you know!

ESO wants to hear from you! What are your favorite G.I. Joe memories from the comics, TV show, movies, or the toys that started it all? Also, have you recently visited a cool convention or planning one? Drop us a line at, the ESO Facebook Group, email us at, or call us at 404-963-9057 with your comments. We just might air your comments on the show!

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