Saturday, March 31, 2012


Author Bobby Nash was recently interviewed by Jessica Lay for her Jess Resides Here blog. They discuss everything from Bobby's latest work, the art of making covers, and what types of books he likes to read.

You can read the full interview at


Over at Win Scott Eckert’s blog, Win announced the writers for the upcoming release, Green Hornet: Still At Large. The authors for this book are Matthew Baugh, Thom Brannan, Win Scott Eckert, Ron Fortier, Greg Gick, Rich Harvey, CJ Henderson, Howard Hopkins, Bobbie Metevier, Will Murray, Bobby Nash, Mel Odom, S.J. Rozan, John Allen Small, Richard Dean Starr, Patricia Weakley, and Dan Wickline.

The Green Hornet: Still at Large - authors announced!
The Green Hornet: Still at Large!
Coming Summer 2012!

Cover: Doug Klauba
The GREEN HORNET: Still at Large - softcover
Edited by: Joe Gentile, Win Scott Eckert, Matthew Baugh
Cover: Doug Klauba
288pgs, 6” x 9”, $17.95
978-1-936814-29-9 (sc)
• The Green Hornet and Kato’s final showdown with the notorious Yellowjacket!
• “Clicker” Binney’s origin story!
• Mike Axford pulls a sting on The Hornet!
• The Hornet and Kato take on homegrown terrorists!
• Doctor Fang returns, and Britt and Casey reach a turning point!
Authors: Matthew Baugh, Thom Brannan, Win Scott Eckert, Ron Fortier, Greg Gick, Rich Harvey, CJ Henderson, Howard Hopkins, Bobbie Metevier, Will Murray, Bobby Nash, Mel Odom, S.J. Rozan, John Allen Small, Richard Dean Starr, Patricia Weakley, Dan Wickline

Cover: Ruben Procopio
The GREEN HORNET: Still at Large - limited edition hardcover
Cover: Ruben Procopio
302pgs, 6” x 9”, $29.99
978-1-936814-30-5 (hc)
Extras: – A timeline by Win Scott Eckert of all 3 volumes of Moonstone stories fit into the chronology of the TV episodes!
- Bonus story by BATMAN producer Michael Uslan & Joe Gentile: the radio era Green Hornet meets Richard Benson, The Avenger!

The Green Hornet: Still at Large is still available for pre-order at the following:
 Amazon - limited edition hardcover -
 Amazon - trade softcover -
 B&N - limited edition hardcover -
 B&N - trade softcover -

The Green Hornet: Still at Large anthology features a story by Bobby Nash called “The Gauntlet.”

For more information on Bobby Nash, visit
For more information on Moonstone Books, visit
For more on Win Scott Eckert, visit
For more on Douglas Klauba, visit
For more on Ruben Procopio, visit

Still Available:
Green Hornet Chronicles (Vol. 1)
Green Hornet Casefiles (Vol. 2)

Thursday, March 29, 2012


I was honored to visit The Book Cave podcast this wee to discuss my latest novel, Deadly Games! Hosts Art Sippo and Ric Croxtin always have great questions and we go into details on the plot, the characters, and the process of writing as well as a new Spoiler Alert section where we discuss specific plot points. You’ll be prompted where to stop if you haven’t read the book yet.
Please give the new interview a listen and if you like what you hear, please check out Deadly Games!


From The Book Cave website:
Bobby Nash joins Art Sippo and Ric Croxtin in the latest episode of The Book Cave podcast to talk his latest novel, Deadly Games. This episode we are trying something new. At the end of the interview we will do a spoiler alert so that everyone who has not read the book will know that everything from then on will be spoilers. If you have read the book and have questions about certain parts, like Ric did, you will now have the answers. If you have not read the book, please stop the podcast when we give out the spoiler alert. This is a book that you will want to reread after hearing the spoiler section.

You can listen to The Book Cave Episode 172: Bobby Nash's Deadly Games now at
Direct link:

About Deadly Games!:
They played the most dangerous game of all and death was only the beginning...

Six years ago, Police Detective John Bartlett and journalist Benjamin West were instrumental in the capture of notorious master criminal Darrin Morehouse. Their story played out in the media, rocketing both Bartlett and West into local celebrity status.

Today, Morehouse, still a master game player and manipulator, commits suicide while in prison. His death initiates one final game of survival for the people Morehouse felt wronged him the most. At that top of the list are Bartlett and West, who must set aside their differences to save the lives of Morehouse's other victims and solve one last game before a dead man’s hired killers catch them and his other enemies.

Deadly Games! is a fast-paced action/thriller featuring action, suspense, murder, and the occasional gunfire from Author Bobby Nash, the writer of Evil Ways, Domino Lady, Lance Star: Sky Ranger, and more.

DEADLY GAMES! can be purchased in print and ebook editions at the following:

Print at Amazon -
Kindle ebook -
Smashwords ebook -
Barnes & Noble Nook Book -
KOBO ebook -

Visit BEN Books at
Visit Deadly Games! author Bobby Nash at

You can listen to The Book Cave Episode 172: Bobby Nash's Deadly Games now at
Direct link:

Earth Station One Episode 104: Flash a-ah, Savior of the Universe

This week, the ESO crew hurls themselves into the void and travels to the planet Mongo to discuss the adventures of Flash Gordon. Can our intrepid heroes of Mike, Mike, and Bobby with guests Dan Johnson and Scott & Debbie Viguie, help Flash save the universe? Or will they face the mercy of Ming? Tune in to the next episode of Earth Station One to find out! Plus, Chris Hardwick and the Nerdist crew came to Atlanta and Christine Hoffman gives us a full report! All this, plus the usual Rants, Raves, Shout Outs and Khan report!

Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Flash a-ah, Savior of the Universe at
Direct link:

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:07:07 Rants & Raves
0:55:06 The Geek Seat w/ Dan Johnson
1:11:39 Flash Gordon
1:57:27 Khan Report w/ Christine Hoffman
2:29:29 Shout Outs
2:38:34 Show Close

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Next on Earth Station One...

Next week, the Earth Station One crew is hanging out at the Quick Stop with Jay and Silent Bob as we dive into the world of Kevin Smith with special guests Dr Q, Richard Ewell, and the return of ESO’s Dan Rynn. We assure you, the ESO station is open for business.

ESO wants to hear from you. Share your favorite Kevin Smith movie, TV, or comic books memories at, at the ESO Facebook Group, email us at, or call us at 404-963-9057. We might just read yours on the show.

The ESO Crew

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Look! A Blog Post!

Yesterday was quite productive. In addition to catching up on some emails, calls, and whatnot after a long convention weekend I also wrote a couple of thousand words to finish up a story for Moonstone's third volume of short tales featuring the pulp hero, The Spider and got it sent off to the editor.

The night was capped off by a visit to The Book Cave podcast where I talked about my latest novel, Deadly Games! with The Book Cave's hosts, Art Sippo and Ric Croxtin. I always have a great time on this podcast. Ric and Art ask great questions and we really dug into the meat of the novel. Plus, they had both read it beforehand so they had some specific questions, which led to the creation of a new spoiler-filled section at the end of the show for those who have already read the book. The rest of the episode is spoiler free. The Book Cave episode will go live on Thursday. When that happens I'll be sure to post a link here.

The plan for today is more of the same. This week I have to make a second pass on the graphic novel I'm co-writing with my Earth Station One co-host, Michael Gordon and complete a jungle-themed story for Pulp 2.0 Press.

All in all it looks like a busy week ahead. I hope you enjoy yours.

After the Book Cave last night I dove into my crowded DVR and watched some television. There was some really tightly written TV this week. Castle and Justified continue to be among my favorite shows. Last night's NCIS and NCIS:LA also turned in good episodes. Then I ended the evening with the latest episodes of Green Lantern and Young Justice. Both of those shows are great fun to watch. I am not enjoying the DC Nation shorts though. They're playing them for humor, but I'm not finding them all that funny. Could just be me though.

Have a great week. I'm off to write something.


Monday, March 26, 2012


My section of the table I shared with Sean and Anthony.
I had an absolute blast at the MidSouth Con 30 convention in Memphis, Tennessee this past weekend. I just wanted to say a special thank you to the MidSouth Con (especially Carlin & Co.) for inviting me out to be a part of the fun. The fans were enthusiastic and fun to talk with (some even bought some books, which was nice), the panels were fun, and you guys kept me in water and Mt. Dew all weekend, which was almost a full-time job unto itself.

I had a fun time traveling with my pals, Sean Taylor, Mark Maddox, and Anthony Taylor. Laughing along with these guys made the long drive seem a lot shorter.

Black Cat
As expected, the con’s guests were great (too many to mention everyone, but special hey-howdy’s to John Hartness, Van Allen Plexico, Tommy Hancock, Stephen Zimmer, Elizabeth Donald, Barbara Friend Ish, Alan Gilbreath, Glen Cook, J. F. Lewis, Jackie Gamber, Michael D'Ambrosio, Lin Workman, Roland Mann, Eddy Zeno, Mitch Faust, and more I’m sure my sleep-addled brain has forgotten to mention.

I had a great time and I look forward to visiting the Mid South Con again.


A Boy and His Dalek
For more information on the Mid South Con, visit them at the following:

Click on the photos below for a larger view.

Writing Liscensed Characters Panel

Bobby Nash, Sean Taylor, Anthony Taylor

Anthony Taylor, J.F. Lewis, John Jackson Miller

Mark Maddox

Anthony Taylor & Sean Taylor
No relation.

Eddy Zeno, Van Allen Plexico, Bobby Nash, Sean Taylor, Tommy Hancock
When Pulpsters Clash!

Sean Taylor

Stephen Zimmer

Bobby hawking Stephen Zimmer's book

Anthony Taylor and Mark Maddox

Zombie Girl Scout passing out free candy.
She was adorable.

Alan Gilbreath, Van Allen Plexico, Denny Upkins

Michael D'Ambrosio and Lin Workman

Van Allen Plexico and Denny Upkins

J. F. Lewis

My Con-Neighbor, Sean Taylor

And Sean's Con-Neighbors.

"Have you seen my Mistah J?"

Say my name. Say it!

Riddle me this, Batman...

Tom Bondurant and Van Allen Plexico
Talking about the new DC 52 

Van Allen Plexico and Bobby Nash
Talking about the new DC 52
Van Allen Plexico and Bobby N ash

Tom Bondurant and Van Allen Plexico
Talking about the new DC 52

Tom Bondurant and Van Allen Plexico
Talking about the new DC 52

"But....  Megatron...!"

Writing Liscensed Characters

Balloon Dalek - The Next Big Doctor Who Villain

Marketing panel

Marketing panel

Artist panel