Thursday, May 29, 2014

EARTH STATION ONE EPISODE 216 – XMEN DAYS OF FUTURE PAST MOVIE REVIEW


X marks the spot
Fighting for a world that fears them, the ESO crew battles through the latest installment of the X-Men franchise. Professor Mike Faber, “Magneto” Mike Gordon, the “Best there is at what he does and what he does is award-winning” Bobby Nash, Ashley “Kitty” Bergner, and Sentinel creator Dr. Van Allen Plexico jump back and forward in time to witness a crucial point in the X-Men timeline and whether or not the team should continue. We also tie writer D.A. Adams to The Geeks Seat, where even his Brotherhood of Dwarves can’t save him! Plus, we sit down with the cast of the upcoming Enoch the Traveler series headed by Torchwood's Gareth David Lloyd and share more of our experiences at TimeGate 2014 in the Khan Report. And as usual, we find other things to Shout Out about!

MF, Gareth David Lloyd, MG
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: X–Men Days of Future Past Review at www.esopodcast.com
Direct link: http://esopodcast.com/earth-station-one-episode-216/

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:05:03 Interview with the Cast of Enoch The Traveler
0:14:42 D.A. Adams Interview & Geek Seat
0:31:46 X-Men Days of Future Past
1:22:26 Doctors Geek Moment of Science
1:24:15 ESO Khan Report
1:36:35 ESO Shout Outs & Show Close
Author D.A. Adams in The Geek Seat

Next on Earth Station One...

ESO cranks this podcast all the way up to 11.

Next week, the ESO Director Spotlight is back and this time we’re shining it on the films of Christopher Guest. The crew will look at the
ESW at TimeGate
career of award-winning screenwriter, composer, musician, director, actor, and comedian Christopher Guest. Plus, ESO welcomes prolific author Donald Bain to the station where he braves The Geek Seat. Also, the ESO crew winds down from another weekend on the road with a review of Alabama Phoenix Festival in The Khan Report. You get all this plus the usual assortment of Rants and Raves, Doctor Geek’s Moment of Science, shout outs, and maybe even a surprise guest or two. You don’t want to miss this Best In Show episode of the Earth Station One podcast!

Bobby at TimeGate
ESO would love to hear from you. What is your favorite Christopher Guest movies and why? Let us know your thoughts on the films of Christopher Guest at esopodcast@gmail.com, 404-963-9057, www.esopodcast.com, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or Pinterest. Who knows, we might just share yours on the show.

Download ESO Episode 216 mp3 here.

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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

TIMEGATE 2014 CONVENTION WRAP UP!


The 1st time I've ever worn
a Doctor Who scarf.
It was a thrill to be a guest at TimeGate over the weekend, May 23 - 25, 2014. Timegate is one of my favorite cons. It is a busy convention with great panels, but still remains small enough to feel laid back with little pressure. I missed the con the last couple years due to other commitments so it was nice to return this year along with several of my Earth Station One podcast network cohorts.

There were the panels I appeared on over the weekend.

SATURDAY
10 am - Project NORTHERN LIGHTS SitRep (Aaron Dunne, Mike Faber, Bobby Nash, Debbie Viguie) We had a great crowd and lively discussion about all things Person of Interest. There’s a lot of love out there for this fantastic television series.

I love how this shot came out.
The reflected sun adds a lot to it.
11 am - Marvel At The Movies (Bobby Nash, Ken Spivey, Adam Throne, Jen Hartshorn) We talked Marvel movies, TV, and of course, the comics. There was even a giveaway as one audience member walked away with a Spider-man DVD.

1 pm - Writing and the Media (Diana Botsford, Debbie Viguie, Bobby Nash) This was my favorite panel of the weekend. Not only did I get to talk about writing, but my co-panelists, Diana and Debbie, were great fun to chat with. You should definitely seek out their work. You won’t be disappointed.

4 pm - Arrow: The Second Shot (Aaron Dunne, Mike Faber, Bobby Nash, Debbie Viguie) This was a rather lively discussion and I loved it. Season 2’s changes have certainly split fandom.

Talking Elementary w/Louis Robinson
SUNDAY
2 pm - Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Welcome To Level 7 (Aaron Dunne, Lee Martindale, Bobby Nash, Ken Spivey, John Rabon) Another one of those shows that sparks much debate. Love it or hate it, there seemed to be no middle ground when it comes to talking about Marvel'’ Agents of SH.I.E.L.D.

3 pm - Elementary (Terri Sears, Bobby Nash, Ken Spivey, Louis Robinson) I had the great joy or talking about Elementary, and Sherlock Holmes in general, with Louis Robinson and the audience. We also veered off topic a bit to talk about NCIS, which was also entertaining. This was my second favorite panel of the weekend.

My favorite pic from the weekend. Thanks to Nikki Rau Baker for this one.
My table O' books.
Being behind the table and flying solo at the con, I didn’t get to move around too much. I did get to spend a few minutes talking with guests Doctor Geek himself, Scott Viguie, JC and Rita De La Torre, Monsterama's Anthony Taylor, Mark Maddox, and several cool folks stopped by my table to say hello. I know I’ll forget someone so I won’t try to write down everyone who stopped by, but it was great chatting with you all. I didn’t get the opportunity to talk with Stargate’s Paul McGillion or Torchwood’s Gareth David Lloyd, but I did see both of them around the con floor. A highlight of the con for me was having Doctor Who’s Terrence Dicks stop by to check out my books.

All in all, I had a fantastic weekend at TimeGate. I’d like to thank Alan, Susan, and the rest of the crew for taking such good care of me this weekend. Looking forward to doing it again next year.

I apologize for the crappy photos I took. My camera's phone was not cooperating as it should.
Please click on images for a larger view.

Bobby

 
 
 
 
 
 
 



Sunday, May 25, 2014

BOBBY NASH’S 2014 ALABAMA PHOENIX FESTIVAL PANEL SCHEDULE/BOOTH # ANNOUNCED


Sean and Bobby are ready to
ask their favorite question--
Bobby Nash returns to Alabama Phoenix Festival on May 31 - June 1 in Birmingham, Alabama. The convention has released his table number (#117) panel schedule, which you can see below.

If you’re at the convention, please stop by and say hello.

Also, make sure you join Bobby Nash, Daniel Emery Taylor, Jim O’Rear, Amy Taylor, and Radio Cult for the Alabama premiere of Fat Chance on Saturday beginning at 9 p.m. You won’t want to miss it.


Friday 5/30/14
From Comic to the Small Screen - 7:00:00 PM - Room 430
Word Balloons 8:00:00 PM - Room 407
Deviant Pictures Presents Radio Cult: LIVE! and The AL Premiere Of FAT CHANCE - 9:00:00 PM Stage
Premiere of FAT CHANCE (Cont) - 10:00:00 PM Theater

Saturday 5/31/14
Pulp Fiction - 4:00:00 PM - Room 412
Whose Line Is It Anyway? 2.0 - 8:00:00 PM Stage

Sunday 6/1/14
Marketing - 10:00:00 AM - Room 412
Podcasting - 11:30:00 AM - Room 403

Bobby will be set up at Table #117 in Artist Alley between Mike Gordon (116) and Sean Taylor (118).

You can download a PDF of the full convention floor plan here.
You can download the program book here.

See you there.


Friday, May 23, 2014

MEET BOBBY NASH AT TIMEGATE THIS WEEKEND!

I’m a guest at TimeGate Convention this weekend along with my podcasting cohorts from The ESO Network. I will have copies of my books on hand for sale and I'm always looking forward to meeting people so please stop by and say hi.

I'll be posting photos from TimeGate Convention on Instagram at http://instagram.com/bobbynash14.

My panel schedule is posted below.

SATURDAY
10 am - Project NORTHERN LIGHTS SitRep (Aaron Dunne, Mike Faber, Bobby Nash, Debbie Viguie)
11 am - Marvel At The Movies (Bobby Nash, Ken Spivey, Adam Throne, Jen Hartshorn)
1 pm - Writing and the Media (Diana Botsford, Debbie Viguie, Bobby Nash)
4 pm - Arrow: The Second Shot (Aaron Dunne, Mike Faber, Bobby Nash, Debbie Viguie)

SUNDAY
2 pm - Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Welcome To Level 7 (Aaron Dunne, Lee Martindale, Bobby Nash, Ken Spivey, John Rabon)
3 pm - Elementary (Terri Sears, Bobby Nash, Ken Spivey, Louis Robinson)


Get the rest of the Earth Station One/Earth Station Who podcast crew's schedule here.

I hope to see you there.

Bobby

Thursday, May 22, 2014

EARTH STATION ONE EPISODE 215 – GO, GO, GODZILLA!


Art: Mark Maddox
On this monster-size episode, the ESO crew assembles a team of G-Fans to discuss the return of the King of the Kaiju! Are Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, the award-winning author Bobby Nash, Ashley Bergner, Mark Holmes, Mark Maddox, and Timothy Price enough to take on the gigantic beast? One thing’s for sure, we’re gonna need a bigger Geek Seat! Since Godzilla won’t fit in our current chair, we strap musician/creator J.R. Mounts in for some Scairy Tales. Friends of the Station James Palmer and Thomas Deja stop by to promote their new project, Betrayal on Monster Earth. Plus, coverage of the SC Comicon in the Khan Report. If that weren’t enough, we also review the season finales of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Person of Interest, and Arrow. And Shout Outs!

Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Go, Go, Godzilla! at www.esopodcast.com
Direct link: http://esopodcast.com/earth-station-one-episode-215/

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:04:01 Rants & Raves – TV Season Finals
0:37:22 J.R. Mounts Interview & Geek Seat
0:57:30 James Palmer and Thomas Deja Interview
1:04:17 Godzilla Movie Review
1:54:18 Doctors Geek Moment of Science
1:56:21 ESO Khan Report
2:07:56 ESO Shout Outs & Show Close

Next on Earth Station One...

ESO is the best there is at what we do, bub.
And what we do isn’t very pretty.

It’s that time again, folks. Next week, the ESO crew heads back to the theater once again to review the latest installment of the X-Men franchise with X-Men: Days of Future Past. Plus, we’ll see how well it holds up to the original comic book story it is based upon. Also, as The ESO Network of shows winds down from another fantastic TimeGate convention, we look back over the highlights from the show. Plus, ESO welcomes author D.A. Adams to the station where he braves The Geek Seat. You get all this plus the usual assortment of Rants and Raves, Khan Report, Doctor Geek’s Moment of Science, shout outs, and maybe even a surprise or two. You don’t want to miss this timey-whimey episode of the Earth Station One podcast!

ESO would love to hear from you. Did you check out the new X-Men: Days of Future Past movie? Did you like it? Want to leave a review? Let us know your thoughts at esopodcast@gmail.com, 404-963-9057, www.esopodcast.com, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or Pinterest. Who knows, we might just share yours on the show.

Download ESO Episode 215 mp3 here.

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I DIDN’T WRITE THAT BUT PEOPLE I KNOW DID, PART 2: TYPEWRITER BUGABOO!!!

By Mark Bousquet
Author Mark Bousquet was kind enough to let me and others (although I'm the only one to take him up on it so far) shill some books on his page. You should totally check out his work as well.

Read I Didn’t Write That But People I Know Did, Part 2: Typewriter Bugaboo” here.

Thanks, Mark!

Bobby

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

A BLAST FROM THE PAST! JUNGLE FANTASY ON EBAY!


HEY! Cool! Now here's a blast from the past. I just saw this lot being sold on ebay (I'm not the seller). I wrote a story in Jungle Fantasy issue #1 back when I was writing for Avatar Press and worked on Demonslayer, Threshold, and Jungle Fantasy. I created the Jungle Vixens, the characters shown on the 3rd, 4th, and 6th cover (L-R). It was the first professional prose story I ever sold and featured full page illustrations by Al Rio. There's some sex and nudity there so adults only.

Looks like this auction ends today. Check it out here.

Bobby

UPDATE: Congratulations to the winner. $11 for 6 comics. Not too shabby.
Find me at a convention and I'll happily sign them for you.

AUDIBLE.COM DARES TO OPEN BOX THIRTEEN!!!

Cover Art: Douglas Klauba

Radio Archives has announced that the audiobook for the new Box Thirteen “Adventure Wanted!” is now available for sale at Audible. You can find it here.

Look for the Box Thirteen "Adventure Wanted!" audiobook to be available on Amazon and iTunes this week. Keep watching this space for that announcement.

When Dan Holiday opens Box Thirteen, he never knows what adventure awaits him. A former newspaperman turned novelist, Holiday crafts the plots for his books by living them. Spurred into action by letters from his fans, Dan Holiday's adventures ranged from the outrageous to the dangerous. Whatever the case, Dan Holiday is sure to find adventure.

Written by Jim Beard, Andrew Salmon, Barry Reese, and Bobby Nash (who also served as project producer) Radio Archives' Box Thirteen audio is now available on Audible.com. Get your copy here today!

BOX THIRTEEN - ADVENTURE WANTED
An Audio/Ebook Anthology Based on an Old Time Radio Show

Adventure wanted!
Will go anywhere!
Do anything!
Write Box Thirteen c/o Star-Times!

In “The Mystery of the Menacing Manuscript” by Bobby Nash, a surprise invitation sends Dan Holiday on a mystery writer’s weekend retreat filled with treachery, deceit, and murder.

In “The Horror of the Plague Doctor” by Barry Reese, a worried investor’s letter puts Dan Holiday in the crosshairs of a death doctor’s nefarious plot.

In “The Out Of This World Affair” by Bobby Nash, a cryptic message sends Dan Holiday scurrying to find the truth about Citizen X’s extraterrestrial discovery before men in black suits catch them both.

In “Room 13” by Jim Beard, a request for aid puts Dan Holiday on a collision course with mobsters, a mechanical man, and a scientist who wants to harness the author’s brainwaves.

In “The Game’s afoot, Mr. Holiday” by Bobby Nash, a killer gives Dan Holiday a chance to stop him before he murders his next victim. Can he decipher the killer’s clues in time?

In “Kaleidoscope” by Andrew Salmon, a frantic letter from a troubled wife sends Dan Holiday straight into a murder investigation where he’s the chief suspect.

Dan Holiday’s new adventures spring to life at adventure’s favorite address, Box Thirteen.

Audio CD Box Cover Design
BOX THIRTEEN - ADVENTURE WANTED! can be purchased at the following:
Radio Archives direct audio CDs - 6 hours
Radio Archives direct audio download - 6 hours
Audible (audio download)
Radio Archives direct (ebook)
Amazon US (Kindle)
Amazon UK (Kindle)
Amazon CA (Kindle)
Barnes and Noble (Nook)
iTunes (ebook)

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