Wednesday, September 28, 2011

New Pulp’s Table Talk - Those Trendy Western Zombie Mysteries!

This week, Barry, Bobby and Mike discuss all the work, other than writing, writers must do these days, as well as those pesky trends that compel writers to pen western zombie mysteries... among other things.

Table Talk: Those Trendy Western Zombie Mysteries! with Bobby Nash, Mike Bullock, and Barry Reese is now available at http://www.newpulpfiction.com/ or click the title above for a direct link.

Join the conversation. Leave us a blog comment at http://www.newpulpfiction.com/2011/09/table-talk-those-trendy-western-zombie.html and let us know your thoughts on this topic.

A Second DEADLY GAMES! Teaser.

On Your Mark... Get Set... Play!
Here's an all new teaser ad for Deadly Games! the upcoming new novel by Bobby Nash, author of Evil Ways, Domino Lady, Lance Star: Sky Ranger, and more.
Would You Like To Play A Deadly Game?

That’s exactly the question asked of Atlanta Police Detective John Bartlett and photojournalist Benjamin West after finding out that their longtime nemesis, Darrin Morehouse, has died, apparently at his own hand.

His death triggers the deadliest game of all!

To win this game, all John Bartlett and Benjamin West have to do is survive it.

Easier said than done.

Keep watching http://www.bobbynash.com/ for more information.

DEADLY GAMES!
Coming soon from BEN Books.

Earth Station One Episode 79: Great Scott, I’m being followed through time by Michael J. Fox!!

This week the Earth Station One crew hops in the Delorean to join up with Doc Brown and Marty McFly as we take a peek at Back to the Future parts 2 & 3. Plus, we review the latest episode of Doctor Who as we see the return of one of the Doctors oldest foes in “Closing Time.” And if that wasn’t enough we talk to the Nashville Comic and Horror Festival's Marc Ballard as we get the lowdown on the upcoming convention.

Join us at http://www.esopodcast.com/ for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Great Scott, I’m being followed through time by Michael J. Fox!!


Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:05:08 Rants & Raves
0:19:49 The Geek Seat w/ Marc Ballard
0:38:02 Doctor Who “Closing Time”
1:10:14 Back to The Future Pts. 2 & 3
1:49:38 Kahn Report
2:06:31 Shout Outs
2:09:22 Show Close

 

Monday, September 26, 2011

Would You Like To Play A Game? DEADLY GAMES! Coming Soon!

Coming Soon!
Would You Like To Play A Deadly Game?

Check out this teaser for Bobby Nash’s upcoming new novel, Deadly Games!

Coming soon from BEN Books.

Keep watching http://www.bobbynash.com/ for more information.

*Edited to add New Pulp logo to cover.

SURVEILLANCE By Bobby Nash and James Burns

Time for another free comic book story. My Lance Star: Sky Ranger "One Shot!" artist, James Burns and I worked up this short piece called Surveillance for the open call for comics for CLINT Magazine.

Unfortunately, the comics didn't seem to make it past being posted on their website. A modified version may see print elsewhere in the future, but for now I thought you might enjoy this story. It's a bit different from the style of story I normally write. Click on each page for a larger view.

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Page 2

Page 3


Page 4

Page 5
I was intrigued by the notion of someone being under constant surveillance and how that would happen. Having each panel be a still taken from some sort of surveillance camera or computer screen seemed like a good way to accomplish this. Then, having the two doctors (whom we never see) talking so dispassionately about their subject as if he were just some lab animal gave it a little extra layer. James, as usual, knocked it out of the park. You can check out more of James' work at http://jamesburnsdesign.com/comics.

I hope you enjoyed Surveillance.

Bobby

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Bobby Interviews New Pulp Author David Wood For All Pulp

Writer David Wood’s novels are filled with action, adventure, and more pulpy goodness than you may be able to handle. Bobby Nash recently sat down with David to talk about his books and to find out just what pulp means to him.

You can read the interview at All Pulp http://allpulp.blogspot.com/.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

New Pulp’s Table Talk - Powers, Life and Death

Barry, Mike, and Bobby Are Back!
This week, the Dangerous Duo (plus Mike) dig into character creation and character assassination as Barry Reese, Bobby Nash and Mike Bullock discuss the life and death of their characters.

Table Talk: Powers, Life and Death with Barry Reese, Bobby Nash, and Mike Bullock is now available at http://www.newpulpfiction.com/ or click the title above for a direct link.

Direct link: http://www.newpulpfiction.com/2011/09/table-talk-powers-life-and-death.html

Bobby Interviews Moonstone’s Return of the Monsters Artist Jay Piscopo At All Pulp!

Cover: Dan Brereton
This Halloween, Moonstone heads back to their monstrous roots with the Return of the Monsters Event. Return of the Monsters features four stand-alone tales of pulp’s mightiest heroes facing off against some classic monsters. One of those titles called The Spider vs. The Werewolf by writer Martin Powell with art by Jay Piscopo. All Pulp sat down with Artist Jay Piscopo about this upcoming book.

You can read the full interview at http://allpulp.blogspot.com/.

Earth Station One Boldly Goes To The Edge Of The Final Frontier-- And Back!

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Space: The Final... well, you know.
Once again the Earth Station One Podcast returns to Titan Comics in Duluth, GA to wrap up our visits to the Star Trek Universe as we chat about Star Trek: Voyager and Enterprise. Then we return to the station to discuss this weeks episode of Doctor Who, “The God Complex.” And if that wasn’t enough, we talk to Rodney M. Hall from ‘the Walking Dead’ and the upcoming "Night of the Living Dead 2012" about his upcoming convention appearances in Columbus, GA and Nashville, TN.




Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast that we like to call: Wow, So this is the Delta Quadrant, funny how much it looks like Titan Comics!

Why is so dark in here? Amy, you're fired.
Table of Contents 0:00:00 Intro / Welcome

We're lost. I think we made a wrong turn at Cardassia.
0:03:39 Rants & Raves 0:45:10 Doctor Who
1:16:59 Star Trek Voyager
2:03:00 Star Trek Enterprise
2:38:10 Kahn Report
3:01:40 Shout Outs
2:58:03 Show Close
 
You can listen now at http://www.esopodcast.com/.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Bobby interviews Domino Lady vs. the Mummy co-writer Nancy Holder for All Pulp

Cover: Dan Brereton
This Halloween, Moonstone heads back to their monstrous roots with the Return of the Monsters Comic Book Event. Return of the Monsters features four stand-alone tales of pulp’s mightiest heroes facing off against some classic monsters. One of those titles is Domino Lady vs. the Mummy by co-writers Nancy Holder and Bobby Nash with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin.

All Pulp sat down with the Nancy Holder to talk about this upcoming book. You can read the full interview at http://allpulp.blogspot.com/.

Comic Book Collectors Blog Reviews I Am Googol Graphic Novel

Cover Art: Rodrigo de Castro
Michael Hamersky from the Comic Book Collectors Blog reviewed Point G Comics' I Am Googol graphic novel written by Bobby Nash with art by Rodrigo de Castro. You can read all about it at http://makeitsomarketing.tripod.com/popularcultureblog.

Visit the Comic Book Collectors Blog at http://www.comicbookcollectorsblog.com/.

Bobby interviews Black Bat vs. Dracula artist Eric Johns at All Pulp

Cover: Dan Brereton
This Halloween, Moonstone heads back to their monstrous roots with the Return of the Monsters Event. Return of the Monsters features four stand-alone tales of pulp’s mightiest heroes facing off against some classic monsters. One of those titles is The Black Bat vs. Dracula, written by Mike Bullock with art by Eric Johns.

Bobby sat down with the artist about this upcoming book. You can read the full interview at http://allpulp.blogspot.com/.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Bobby Interviews Moonstone’s Spider vs. Werewolf Writer Martin Powell for All Pulp

Cover: Dan Brereton
This Halloween, Moonstone heads back to their monstrous roots with the Return of the Monsters Event. Return of the Monsters features four stand-alone tales of pulp’s mightiest heroes facing off against some classic monsters. One of those titles called The Spider vs. The Werewolf by writer Martin Powell with art by Jay Piscopo. Bobby sat down with Martin Powell about this upcoming book.

You can read the full interview at All Pulp http://allpulp.blogspot.com/.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Bobby interviews Domino Lady vs. the Mummy penciller Rock Baker for All Pulp

Cover: Dan Brereton
This Halloween, Moonstone heads back to their monstrous roots with the Return of the Monsters Comic Book Event. Return of the Monsters features four stand-alone tales of pulp’s mightiest heroes facing off against some classic monsters. One of those titles is Domino Lady vs. the Mummy by co-writers Nancy Holder and Bobby Nash with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin.

All Pulp sat down with the penciller Rock Baker to talk about this upcoming book.
You can read the full interview at http://allpulp.blogspot.com/.

Friday, September 16, 2011

FREE Yin Yang graphic novel Preview at Comixology

Cover Art: Franchesco!
Check out a free 10-Page Comixology Preview of the Yin Yang graphic novel at http://www.comixology.com/digital/14080/Yin-Yang-Preview.

If you enjoy the preview, the full graphic novel is only $5.99 for digital download at http://www.comixology.com/digital/5351/Yin-Yang.

About Yin Yang:
Super powered brother and sister bounty hunters, Yin and Yang, are the best in the business. No one escapes them. Working for dedicated Federal Marshal, Wade Kendall, Yin and Yang go after meta humans who use their powers to live above the law. Yin Yang: If you run, they will find you!

Written by Bobby Nash
Art by Luis Nunez
Cover by Franchesco!

Bobby interviews Domino Lady vs. the Mummy artist Jeff Austin for All Pulp

This Halloween, Moonstone heads back to their monstrous roots with the Return of the Monsters Comic Book Event. Return of the Monsters features four stand-alone tales of pulp’s mightiest heroes facing off against some classic monsters. One of those titles is Domino Lady vs. the Mummy by co-writers Nancy Holder and Bobby Nash with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin.

All Pulp sat down with the Jeff Austin to talk about this upcoming book.
You can read the full interview at http://allpulp.blogspot.com/.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

All Pulp interviews Domino Lady vs. the Mummy co-writer Bobby Nash

Cover: Dan Brereton
This Halloween, Moonstone heads back to their monstrous roots with the Return of the Monsters Comic Book Event. Return of the Monsters features four stand-alone tales of pulp’s mightiest heroes facing off against some classic monsters. One of those titles is Domino Lady vs. the Mummy by co-writers Nancy Holder and Bobby Nash with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin.

All Pulp sat down with the Bobby Nash to talk about this upcoming book.
You can read the full interview at http://allpulp.blogspot.com/.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Bobby interviews Black Bat vs. Dracula author Mike Bullock at All Pulp

Art: Dan Brereton
This Halloween, Moonstone heads back to their monstrous roots with the Return of the Monsters Event. Return of the Monsters features four stand-alone tales of pulp’s mightiest heroes facing off against some classic monsters. One of those titles is The Black Bat vs. Dracula, written by Mike Bullock with art by Eric Johns.

Bobby sat down with the writer about this upcoming book. You can read the full interview at http://allpulp.blogspot.com/.

Table Talk - Retroactive Resurrections

The Boys Are Back!
Mike Bullock, Barry Reese, and Bobby Nash are back for another installment of New Pulp Fiction's Table Talk.

This week, the guys discuss everything from the creation of new pulp fiction to belly button lint... well, maybe not belly button lint, but you get the idea. This week, Barry Reese, Bobby Nash and Mike Bullock talk about modernizing old characters and antiquing new ones at http://www.newpulpfiction.com/.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Earth Station One episode 77. Summer's done. Now what?

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The Girl Who Waited... Again.
With Summer Coming to end and most of the Earth Station One crew still recovering from the party that was Dragon*Con, we thought it would be a perfect time to review how we did with our Summer Movie predictions and talk about the new fall TV schedule and discuss the shows we're looking forward to this fall. Plus, we take a look at this week’s episode of Doctor Who, ‘The Girl Who Waited’. You would think that would be enough for one week episode, but we also talk about the final episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day. Did it live up to our expectations? You'll have to listen to find out.





Bollox! It's over, Jack!
Join us at http://www.esopodcast.com/ for Earth Station One Podcast episode 77, the one we like to call: The Summer’s Over & Torchwood is Done, What’s Next??

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:04:29 Rants & Raves
0:27:58 The Geek Seat w/ JD
0:48:51 Torchwood
1:27:17 Doctor Who
1:50:27 Fall 2011 TV Preview
2:37:00 Summer Movie Wrap Up
2:46:54 Kahn Report
2:53:16 Shout Outs
2:58:03 Show Close

Friday, September 9, 2011

Bobby Nash’s “Target: Domino Lady” joins the iPulp Fiction Library

Target: Domino Lady by Bobby Nash
Bobby Nash’s Domino Lady story, “Target: Domino Lady” joins the iPulp Fiction Library. Only $0.75 Learn more at http://www.ipulpfiction.com/books/DominoLady3-TargetDominoLady/jacketNotes.php
Decades before Wonder Woman and Charlie's Angels, pulp fiction's sultry Domino Lady intrigued and enchanted and then disabled and destroyed evildoers in her vengeful quest for criminal justice as she dismantled political machines and exposed corruption in the courts and in the Capitol.

Target: Domino Lady
Written by Bobby Nash

Because Hollywood’s movie studios have become mob-infested, Domino Lady is determined to expose this evil. Instead, she becomes the object of a manhunt herself, accused of murdering a small-fry mobster. Although the evidence against her is overwhelming, Domino Lady uses her wiles and her wisdom to turn the tables on her enemies once again.

“Target: Domino Lady” is now available at iPulp Fiction for only $0.75. Learn more at http://www.ipulpfiction.com/books/DominoLady3-TargetDominoLady/jacketNotes.php

Look for more Domino Lady iPulp tales at http://www.ipulpfiction.com/ for more information.
For more information on iPulp Fiction, please visit http://www.ipulpfiction.com/
For more information on Domino Lady and Moonstone Books, please visit http://www.moonstonebooks.com/

Also, look for Bobby’s other iPulp tale, Lance Star: Sky Ranger “Where The Sea Meets The Sky” at http://www.ipulpfiction.com/books/LanceStar-Vol1-2-WhereTheSeaMeetsTheSky/jacketNotes.php

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Zombie Cat Interviews Bloody Olde Englund Creators

A little late sharing this one because of the convention rush for Dragon Con, but the wonderful Molly Coffee interviewed Bobby Nash and Jason Flowers about Bloody Olde Englund over at the Zombie Cat Productions website just prior to the convention.

You can check out Bobby and Jason's Bloody Olde Englund interview at http://www.zombiecatproductions.com/?p=5480. Plus check out some of Molly's other interviews as well while you're there.

You can learn more about Bloody Olde Englund at http://www.bloodyoldeenglund.com/.

Bloody Olde Englund is coming! Be Afraid of the Dark!

Earth Station One Tackles Dragon Con!

Despite sound issues, ESO goes live again at the 25th annual Dragon*Con convention in Atlanta, GA. This time we're talking to friends of the show as well about the pro’s and cons of getting over 40,000 sci-fi and fantasy fans together. But that’s not all, this week we also discuss the newest Doctor Who episode, “Night Terrors” along with Episode 9 of Torchwood: Miracle Day, “The Gathering”


Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: ESO Live from Dragon*Con 25. Listen to it now at http://www.esopodcast.com/.


Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:00:20 Dragon*Con Day 1 w/ Mike, Scott Viguie, and Robert Ray
0:09:15 ESO Dragon*Con Round Table
1:13:34 Doctor Who: Night Terrors
1:29:03 Torchwood: Miracle Day Episode 9
1:54:23 After Dragon*Con w/ Bryan Humphrey & Riki LeCotey
2:50:22 Show Close
The ESO Crew hamming it up at Dragon Con 2011!

Bloody Olde Englund Takes A Bite Out Of Dragon Con.

Jason Flowers, Bobby Nash, and James Burns with the BOE Preview Edition.
The Bloody Olde Englund creative team of Bobby Nash, Jason Flowers, and James Burns were all on hand for the 25th annual Dragon Con convention in Atlanta, Georgia over Labor Day weekend. Not only did they sign a lot of copies of the Bloody Olde Englund preview book, but also held a giveaway of the original art to the double page spread from pages 2 and 3 of the graphic novel. A great time was had by all.

See all the pics at http://www.bloodyoldeenglund.com/.
Bobby and Jason with the winner of the art giveaway. Congratulations!

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

IDW Unleashes Zombies Vs. Robots Prose Program

Look for Bobby's story, "The Wall" in this edition.
ZVR artwork © Ashley Wood
HIT GRAPHIC NOVELS GET LITERARY TREATMENT

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE:


IDW Unleashes Prose Program for Breakout Comic Series: ZOMBIES VS ROBOTS
35 Writers Explore, Expand and Remix ZvR World

San Diego, CA (September 6, 2011)—IDW’s gleefully subversive ZOMBIES VS ROBOTS comic book series from creators Chris Ryall and Ashley Wood will soon be eating readers’ brains from the inside via a series of short stories, novellas and more. As announced at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con in July, the company plans for an ambitious slate of original prose stories set at different points in this epic adventure of a zombie apocalypse. In ZOMBIES VS ROBOTS, the clanking robots are built to fight the shambling braineaters, in a desperate attempt to save Earth’s dwindling population.

“It’s gratifying to see that ZvR has taken on an unlife of its own,” asserts Ryall, series co-creator and Chief Creative Officer/Editor-in-Chief for IDW. “Expanding from comics into prose is a logical progression, though as the heretofore sole writer of the series I must admit that letting other writers into our subversive little world was at first troubling. But now I’m fine with it. Really. Mostly. Especially since editor Jeff Conner has corralled such a talented array of writers to tackle some really bizarre and creative prose stories. As long as no one expects me to let them write ZvR comics, too...”

ZVR artwork © Ashley Wood
A lurching cohort of writers—including such notable talents as John Shirley, Nancy A. Collins, Rio Youers, Brea Grant, Steve Rasnic Tem, Amber Benson, James A. Moore, Rachel Swirsky, Norman Prentiss, and John Skipp & Cody Goodfellow, led by Ryall himself—has been assembled to pen original stories of life during wartime in the ZVR world. “It’s our biggest project so far,” states Conner, the IDW contributing editor helming the ZVR prose program. “In a way it’s a follow-up to our Classics Mutilated release, at least in terms of its anything goes spirit. The results so far have been—um, riveting.”

The rest of the ZVR writer roster includes: Dale Bailey, Amelia Beamer, Jesse Bullington, Simon Clark, Lincoln Crisler, Stephen Dedman, Rain Graves, Rhodi Hawk, Robert Hood, Stephen Graham Jones, Nicholas Kaufmann, Steven Lockley, Nick Mamatas, Jonathan McGoran, Joe McKinney, Gary McMahon, Mark Morris, Bobby Nash, Yvonne Navarro, Hank Schwaeble, Ekaterina Sedia, Sean Taylor, Simon Kurt Unsworth, Kaaron Warren, and Don Webb.

A film version of ZVR is currently in development through Sony Pictures, with Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes as producer.

Visit http://www.idwpublishing.com/ to learn more about the company and its top-selling books.

About IDW Publishing

http://www.idwpublishing.com/
IDW is an award-winning publisher of comic books, graphic novels and trade paperbacks, based in San Diego, California. Renowned for its diverse catalog of licensed and independent titles, IDW publishes some of the most successful and popular titles in the industry, including: Hasbro's The TRANSFORMERS and G.I. JOE, Paramount's Star Trek; HBO’s True Blood; the BBC's Doctor Who; Toho’s Godzilla and comics and trade collections based on novels by worldwide bestselling author, James Patterson. IDW is also home to the Library of American Comics imprint, which publishes classic comic reprints; Yoe! Books, a partnership with Yoe! Studio. IDW's original horror series, 30 Days of Night, was launched as a major motion picture in October 2007 by Sony Pictures and was the #1 film in its first week of release. More information about the company can be found at http://www.idwpublishing.com/.

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Read more about Zombies Vs. Robots at http://www.idwpublishing.com/news/article/1951/

Table Talk - Looking Forward Through The Rear View Mirror

Table Talk, where three writer- umm, authors, discuss the ins and outs of creating fiction for prose, comics and other outlets. This week, Barry Reese, Bobby Nash, and Mike Bullock chat about how far ahead they plot and how far back they work when building their characters.

Table Talk: Looking Forward Through The Rear View Mirror with Mike Bullock, Barry Reese, and Bobby Nash is now available at http://www.newpulpfiction.com/

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Lance Star: Sky Ranger Flies Into Indy Planet

Pulp Anthology Vol. 1
Airship 27’s Lance Star: Sky Ranger pulp anthologies volumes 1, 2, and 3 are still available to bookstores and on-line outlets via Cornerstone Books. In addition to these outlets, the pulp anthology series joins the Lance Star: Sky Ranger comic book at Indy Planet at a new low price. A quick find search for Lance Star will pull up all four titles.




PRESS RELEASE

LANCE STAR – SKY RANGER AVAILABLE AT INDY PLANET

Pulp Anthology Vol. 2
Ron Fortier & Rob Davis of Airship 27 Production are happy to announce all three volumes of their pulp aviation series, LANCE STAR: SKY RANGER are now available for sale as Print-on-Demand books from (http://www.indyplanet.com/) for the price of $15 each plus shipping handling.

“Eventually all our books will be available at Indy Planet,” Fortier announced recently. “We’ve thirty-nine titles in our catalog and it will take a few more months before all are available there.”

“Readers should log on to the main menu page at Indy Planet and type in the book’s title in the upper right hand search slot,” Fortier continued. “We are thrilled with partnering with Indy Planet and the quality of their product is as good, if not better, then all other POD outfits on the market today.”
Pulp Anthology Vol. 3
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If you’ve been at all interested in picking up the entire Sky Ranger saga, you can get all three volumes and the comic book adventure for just $48. Now that’s a steal on any planet.
Comic Book Vol. 1

New Pulp Is...

I'm proud to be a part of the new line of tales called New Pulp with my stories in Lance Star: Sky Ranger, Ravenwood - Stepson of Mystery, Peculiar Adventures, Domino Lady, Green Hornet, and more. One of the questions I'm often asked is-- "What exactly is New Pulp?" The following answer was created by the New Pulp Community.


NEW PULP IS...

...fast-paced, plot-oriented storytelling of a linear nature with clearly defined, larger than life protagonists and antagonists, creative descriptions, clever use of turns of phrase and other aspects of writing that add to the intensity and pacing of the story.
Card Designed By Wayne Reinagel
While this is an accurate description, it's also quite a mouthful. In an effort to create a visual representation of the New Pulp definition, I put together a few New Pulp ads using some of the titles I've worked on and thought I'd share them here. I'd love to hear your thoughts on them. Click on any card for a larger view.



A picture's worth a thousand words, right?

You can learn more about New Pulp at http://www.newpulpfiction.com/.

Bobby
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