Thursday, September 29, 2016


Moonstone Books reports that copies of Domino Lady: Threesome #2 are in house and available here.
Look for it in your local comic shop next week or possibly the next. Domino Lady Threesome #2 is written by New York Times Best-selling Author Nancy Holder and Bobby Nash with art by Wendell Cavalcanti and a cover by Sedat Oezgen.

A comic book series

Revealed! Part 2.

NY Times best-selling author NANCY HOLDER and co-writer Bobby Nash brings us a new series of wild adventures of Domino Lady with two friends!

Reeling from a personal tragedy, Domino Lady teams up once again with Golden Amazon and The Veil to stop a Nazi plot against America that could make them all prisoners of the Fuhrer himself. If that wasn’t enough, there’s still a killer on the loose and more surprises are revealed in the conclusion of the opening arc of this new comic book team up series starring Pulp's #1 Adventuress, Domino Lady.

Domino Lady Threesome #2 is written by New York Times Bestselling
Author Nancy Holder and Award-Winning Author Bobby Nash with art by Wendell Cavalcanti. Cover by Sedat Oezgen.

DOMINO LADY THREESOME #2 is available in your favorite comic shops beginning July 13th or you can order a copy from the following:
Moonstone Direct (standard cover)
My Comic Shop (comic book)
Maximum Comics (comic book)
Drive Thru Comics (comic book)
And wherever your favorite comic books are sold.

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I joined my friends over at the Earth Station One Podcast for their 337th Episode – Taking A Bite Out of iZombie.

The ESO crew go full-on iZombie mode to discuss one of the CW’s liveliest shows for the past two seasons. Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, the award-winning author Bobby Nash, and the chicken-wielding Kevin Eldridge put their brains together to discuss what makes the series so fun. Plus, the guys go west to review the remake of the western remake, The Magnificent Seven. All this, along with A Geek Girl’s Take, the Khan Report, and Shout Outs!

Listen to The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 337 – Taking A Bite Out of iZombie here.


I always get excited when I see my work in a bookstore, even on the discount shelf. These 2 copies of IDW's Zombies Vs. Robots: No Man's Land are at 2nd and Charles in Athens, GA. Only $9 each.


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Tuesday, September 27, 2016


October is shaping up to be a big convention month. My first show of the month is Newtcon in Covington, GA this Saturday, October 1st beginning at 10 a.m.

Hope to see you there.

Newtcon at Georgia Piedmont Technical College on October 1, 2016 in Covington, GA (10 - 2). 


The Savannah Quill book convention on October 8, 2016 in Savannah, GA. (10 - 6 )


SCI-FI/FANTASY FEST on October 21 - 23, 2016 in Hoover, AL.

The 2nd Annual Sci-Fi and Fantasy Festival will be a 3-day event with 3x as much geeky, nerdy fun! 

This year we've partnered with the Alabama Phoenix Festival to bring Alabama a Festival weekend they wont soon forget. 

The event schedule is as follows:
Friday, October 21 -- 7pm - 11pm
Saturday, October 22 -- 8am - 11pm
Sunday, October 23 -- 12pm - 6pm

Hoover Public Library and Alabama Phoenix Festival
Presents The 2nd Annual Sci/Fi Fantasy Fest!
Hoover Library is proud to announce that we are partnering with the Alabama Phoenix Festival to bring you the second annual Sci/Fi Fantasy Fest in October 2016 at the Hoover Library! By joining forces with APF we will be able to tap directly into Alabama’s Fandom Community in order to bring you a celebration of all things fantastic and extraordinary!
The Hoover Library and APF are using their combined resources to bring you artisans, creators, actors, writers, and an assortment of some of the most gifted individuals from throughout the universe in a weekend you will tell your grand-cybernetic beings about.
There will be panels on Star Wars, Trek, Comics, Costuming, Fables and Fairy Tales, Gaming and much, much more! There will be guest panelists, professional writers, artists, cosplayers and performers as well!
The best part of all, is…it’s FREE.
We encourage you to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and our websites as we update you on guests, times, panels, and everything else we can pack into the weekend! #hplapf
We want you to join us in creating one of the best convention weekends Alabama has ever seen! Get your capes and tights ready, fine tune your lightsabers, and ready the warp drive.
October is coming.

Monday, September 26, 2016


I've added a new convention appearance to my schedule. Join me on December 11th in Charlotte, NC for the Charlotte Comicon one day show. This is always a fun con and I am excited to return after missing the past few. You can also check them out on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram.

I hope to see you there.


Saturday, September 24, 2016


New book released featuring a story by me. The Peregrine Omnibus Vol. 3 features my story, "Where there's Smoke..." which was originally printed in Tales of The Rook Vol. 1. Since then, the character's name has been changed and the stories re-released under the character's new name, The Peregrine.

Tales of the Rook is no longer available on-line. Booksellers and contributors may still have copies for sale. I have 3 copies I take to conventions if anyone wants one while they last.


Award Winning Author Barry Reese created a character that many consider the penultimate of New Pulp creations- Max Davies, now known as The Peregrine. Pro Se Productions and Reese Unlimited, the author’s own imprint, are proud to announce that The Peregrine’s original adventures are now all back in print with the debut of THE PEREGRINE OMNIBUS VOLUME THREE in print and digital formats.
“Finally,” says Tommy Hancock, Editor in Chief of Pro Se Productions, “the entire collection of PEREGRINE stories is back in print and in a three volume omnibus set. These tales are a cornerstone of New Pulp and now readers old and new can enjoy the thrills, twists, and explosive characters that Barry has created in newly edited volumes. Barry has definitely planted his own indelible mark on Genre Fiction with The Peregrine.”
"Where the Good is Swallowed by the Dark... There the PEREGRINE Shall Plant His Mark!" New Voices guide the Peregrine through dark dreams and savage foes! Max Davies has pursued an ongoing mission of justice and vengeance guided by dark dreams and violent visions that compel him to don the mask of THE PEREGRINE. The creation of award winning Genre Fiction author Barry Reese, the amazing adventures of the Peregrine have been devoured by a loyal audience who await Max's next adventure in the ever expanding REESE UNLIMITED universe.
THE PEREGRINE OMNIBUS VOLUME THREE brings together an all star line up of New Pulp's finest who lend their distinct voices to the narrative of Reese's signature hero. Fly into action with Reese, Bobby Nash, Ron Fortier, Mike Bullock, Tommy Hancock, Percival Constantine, Russ Anderson, David White, Sean Taylor, Adam Lance Garcia, and James Palmer in THE PEREGRINE OMNIBUS VOLUME THREE!
Featuring an awe inspiring cover by legendary artist Norm Breyfogle and cover design and print formatting by Sean E. Ali, THE PEREGRINE OMNIBUS VOLUME THREE is available now at Amazon and Pro Se’s own store at for 30.00.
This final volume of the PEREGRINE omnibus series is also available as an Ebook, designed and formatted by Forrest Dylan Bryant for only $4.99 for the Kindle and for most digital formats via Smashwords.
For more information on this title, interviews with the author, or digital copies to review this book, contact Pro Se Productions’ Director of Corporate Operations, Kristi King-Morgan at
To learn more about Pro Se Productions, go to Like Pro Se on Facebook at


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I've added a new convention to the already busy October line up. I'll be visiting the Georgia Piedmont Technical College's first ever NewtCon in Covington, Georgia for 4 hours of fun talking about writing and comics. Should be a fun time and I hope you can make it out to join us.

Newtcon will be held at Georgia Piedmont College on October 1, 2016 in Covington, GA (10 a.m. - 2 p.m.)

Monday, September 19, 2016


Well, it's official. I've built myself a Patreon page. Please visit it at and share the link with your friends. 

Why a Patreon page you might ask?

For as long as there have been artists (and by artists I mean painters, writers, actors, sculptors, musicians, and the like) there have been patrons of the arts, those generous souls who donate to those crazy, madcap creative types to help them live while they create their art. Sometimes, as in the case of Patreon, this is a monetary donation.

I started my Patreon page primarily as a way to help cover the costs of traveling to conventions, of which I do about 15 a year, on average. I would love to travel greater distances for cons to spread the word about my work. Also, paying the occasional car payment or phone bill never hurts either. Ha! Ha! No, seriously. Paying bills is always nice. I like to do it whenever I can. Those who send the bills are happy when I do it monthly.

I'm very new at this Patreon thing so please bear with me as I get things sorted on the new page. For those interested in supporting me there, I plan to offer some exclusive and first looks at novellas I'm producing myself through my BEN Books imprint. Patreon supporters will see those before anyone else. I also plan to do a monthly giveaway and supporters names will go in the hat for those prizes. I'll also do the occasional artwork for supporters as well. I also plan to do either hangouts or Skype groups as well once I work out the logistics. There's also an idea I'm floating for one on one or group tutorial sessions. I think that could be fun.  Of course, with the bulk of the money raised here going toward convention travel, I'd love the opportunity to meet my Patrons face to face and offer a special deal or two at my table. I'm sure other ideas will come to me as I go along. Plus, if you have any ideas, I'd love to hear them. Maybe we can make them happen.

If you've read this far down and are still interested, please click the link here and check out my Patreon page. and become a patron of the arts if you're able. I appreciate your support.

Thank you.


Sunday, September 18, 2016


"Nash adroitly updates and condenses the Burroughs classic. Chase’s painted artwork is gorgeous. Any fan of Burroughs, pulp, or good comics will love this book. I hope Nash and Chase make many further visits to Pellucidar."

We love reader reviews! A big tip of the Pellucidar cap to Michael Evans for his kind words at Amazon about Edgar Rice Burroughs' At the Earth's Core graphic novel by Bobby Nash and Jamie Chase. Published by Sequential Pulp Comics and Dark Horse Comics.

You can read the full review here.

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Tuesday, September 13, 2016


If you’ve ever considered sampling one of my stories from Moonstone Books, now is your best chance. The publisher has launched their SHOOT THE MOON SALES EVENT beginning today and running through Sunday, September 18th. Take 25% off everything in Moonstone Books’ extensive catalog by using code SHOOT1234 at checkout. Discount is only valid on purchases of $15 or more.

The SHOOT THE MOON SALES EVENT covers all of Moonstone’s offerings, but look below for information on the various Moonstone Books titles featuring my work. Click the link to go to Moonstone's site or visit Moonstone Books here.


Domino Lady's Threesome #1 (comic book standard cover)
Domino Lady's Threesome #1 (comic book variant cover)
Sherlock Holmes and Domino Lady (trade paperback)
Domino Lady: Money Shot (novel - Hardcover)
Domino Lady: Money Shot (novel - Softcover)
Domino Lady: Sex as a Weapon (anthology - Softcover) My 1st Moonstone work
Domino Lady: Sex as a Weapon (anthology - Limited Edition Hardcover)
Domino Lady and Sherlock Holmes #2 (comic book standard cover)
Domino Lady and Sherlock Holmes #2 (comic book variant cover)
Return of the Monsters: DOMINO LADY vs Mummy (comic book standard cover)
Of Monsters and Men (trade collection - reprints Domino Lady/Mummy - Hardcover)
Return of the Monsters: body bag (collection)
Domino Lady magnet

The Avenger: Roaring Heart of the Crucible (anthology - Softcover)
The Avenger: Roaring Heart of the Crucible (anthology - Hardcover)

The Green Hornet Casefiles (Softcover)
The Green Hornet Casefiles (Hardcover)
The Green Hornet: Still at Large (Softcover)
The Green Hornet: Still at Large (Hardcover)

The Black Bat Returns (anthology - Softcover)
The Black Bat Returns (anthology - Hardcover)
The Black Bat Returns printer's PROOF (anthology - special item)
Black Bat magnet
Visit Moonstone Books here.

Monday, September 12, 2016


Big thanks to The Burroughs Bulletin for the article about Edgar Rice Burroughs' At The Earth's Core graphic novel as published by Sequential Pulp Comics and Dark Horse Comics and interview with writer Bobby Nash and artist Jamie Chase featured in the 95th issue, available now. Honored to be part of your excellent magazine.

Get yours at

About Burroughs Bulletin:
The Burroughs Bibliophiles is a worldwide organization of aficionados who share a love for the works and characters of the American author Edgar Rice Burroughs, the celebrated author of Tarzan. The group's membership list boasts its fair share of bestselling authors, artists, scientists, teachers, and academicians, as well as readers who simply love a good story well told.

The Burroughs Bibliophiles is a nonprofit 501c(3) literary society devoted to studying and promoting interest in the works, creations, and life of Edgar Rice Burroughs, including the globally popular icon, Tarzan®. The Burroughs Bibliophiles was founded on 4 Sep 1960 and adopted "The Burroughs Bulletin" journal, the only such publication personally approved by Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Membership benefits include four issues of the journal, "The Burroughs Bulletin," and as many issues of the newsletter, "The Gridley Wave," as are published during the time span of those four Bulletin issues.

The Bibliophiles also sponsor an annual convention, "The Dum-Dum," normally held in the summer months. For more information, contact the Editor, Henry G. Franke III,, or see
the membership registration form. The Burroughs Bibliophiles membership continues strong, indicating that the organization's namesake will continue to be one of the world's most popular authors well into the twenty-first century.

We invite you to learn more about the Burroughs Bibliophiles, and to take a tour of The Burroughs Bulletin. Join hundreds of other enthusiasts by joining The Burroughs Bibliophiles today.

Thanks again for spotlighting or adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' At The Earth's Core. Much appreciated.


Learn more about Edgar Rice Burroughs' At The Earth's Core after the jump...


There's a new Green Hornet book available on Amazon Kindle (Paper copies to come next spring) called "Let's Roll, Kato" A Guide to TV's Green Hornet by Billie Ray Bates. This book contains an interview, insights, and Green Hornet memories from me. GH fans should check it out here.

Big thanks to Billie Ray Bates for including me in this book. Much appreciated.


About Let's Roll, Kato: A Guide to TV's Green Hornet (BRBTV Fact Book Series 6):
It was the series that presented a beloved radio hero in living color on the small screen – and at the same time introduced a martial arts legend-in-the-making, Bruce Lee. It was “The Green Hornet,” produced by the team that brought you the 1966 “Batman” series and starring Van Williams as the emerald-clad avenger secretly posing as a criminal to bring down the most notorious gangsters, racketeers and wrongdoers.

The ABC series lasted only one TV season, 1966-67, but a wealth of information still exists on it. Now, in this guide released just as the show turns 50, BRBTV chronicles it all, from the planning of the series in the mid-‘60s, as shepherded by character co-creator George W. Trendle and executive producer William Dozier, through each and every episode, to the fandom beyond. Author and journalist Billie Rae Bates talked with series star Van Williams and other members of the cast and crew, as well as writers and other industry professionals who have been involved with the show’s lore over the decades.

In “Let’s Roll, Kato: A Guide to TV’s Green Hornet,” you’ll find lots of facts and fun surrounding this classic TV show:
- A history of the development of the series, as well as background on each of the principal stars
- Cast list and character guide
- Episode synopses, plus background on the storylines and scripts
- A look at the Black Beauty car, with input from owners of both screen-used and replica vehicles
- A listing of the many gadgets used by the Hornet, both inside the car and out
- An in-depth look at the books and comics that sprung from the series, with input from the writers and artists who helped produce them
- Detailed guide to the vast and varied merchandise celebrating the series, with plenty of photos (color in this Kindle edition!)

The sixth big book in the BRBTV fact book series, with beautiful cover art by Baltimore artist Dale Cuthbertson, “Let’s Roll, Kato” is jam-packed -- this Kindle edition clocks in at the equivalent of 435 letter-sized pages!

BRBTV has been a solid source of information on classic 1980s TV shows since 1998. You can learn more about the author and her other fun-fact reference guides, which focus on "Dallas," "Dynasty," "The Dukes of Hazzard," "Wonder Woman" and "The Secrets of Isis," at Also check out the BRBTV Reports in Kindle format on Amazon, quick and snappy feature stories for several classic animated shows.You can find Let’s Roll, Kato: A Guide to TV’s Green Hornet here.

Sunday, September 11, 2016


This was one of my best years at Dragon Con yet. I know I say that every year, but somehow this amazing convention seems to outdo itself each and every year and this one was no different. This year marked Dragon Con's 30th Anniversary and my 28th Dragon Con. Looks like I discovered it two years late, but my parents wouldn't let me attend anything like a convention until I graduated high school. In 1989, that happened and I've not looked back. My 2nd convention was my first Dragon Con.

Dragon Con 2016 was a year of change with a new building added, changes made to where certain programming tracks were located, the parade was shown on TV (thank you, CW 69), and there was a boost in attendance by about 7,000 people.

It's a Bobby sandwich with my pals
Van Allen Plexico and Bobby Politte.
For the past few years, I was at the show as an attending professional. That meant I wasn't a full guest, but I was there and I did many panels and events. It was a fun, full, exhausting good time. This year, I was surprised to be invited back as a guest of the Comics and Pop Art Track, which meant I was given a table in Artist Alley. I still did panels, but far fewer than in years past.

My 2016 panel schedule looked like this:
Title: Playing in Someone Else's Sandbox - Writing Licensed Fiction
Description: It’s not uncommon for an author to continue the legacy of a universe that already exists. In this panel, authors who have written licensed fiction will share details on how they’ve survived working within existing canon.
Time: Friday 1:00 p.m. Location: 204 A - Mart2 (Length: 1 Hour)
(Tentative Panelists: Andrew E.C. Gaska, Bryan J.L. Glass, Bobby Nash)

This was my favorite panel of the weekend, especially once Bryan J.L. Glass joined us. He's a funny guy and had us laughing in hysterics with his story about writing a Thor tie in for Burger King. I'd not met Bryan or Andrew before, but both were nice guys. The panel was moderated by my friend, Jami Jones, who did a great job keeping us on track.
Title: Graphic Novels--Ride the Tide
Description: The fiction world is exploding with graphic novels. Take this opportunity to hear what successful writers in this genre recommend to help new writers break into the field.
Time: Sunday 2:30 p.m. Location: Embassy CD - Hyatt (Length: 1 Hour)
(Tentative Panelists: Chandra Free, Bobby Nash, Andy Runton, Lee Martindale)

Always fun talking comics. I had a great time chatting with Andy and Chandra about how they go about putting their comic book stories together. Big fun and a fairly large crowd.
Title: Secret History: Bet You Didn’t Know It Happened That Way!
Description: Our alternate history authors and experts describe that variety of tales where the public and world at large have no idea what really happened behind the scenes. Many authors have written in the sub-genre. Classic short stories and novels will be discussed.
Time: Monday 1:00 p.m. Location: 204 J - Mart2 (Length: 1 Hour)
(Tentative Panelists: Bobby Nash (Moderator), Anthony Francis, Eric Flint, Kacey Ezell)

I moderated this panel, which means most of the time I shut up and let the experts talk. This was a fun panel and the first time I've moderated a panel without actually being on the panel. An interesting experience.

Representative John Lewis signs March.
The rest of the time during the day was spent at my table on the third floor of America's Mart Building 2 in the Comics and Pop Art track, which is run by Thom Trainor and his team. They do a great job taking care of us and keeping Artist Alley running smoothly. Over the weekend I met a lot of people unfamiliar with my work who picked up books, saw lots of friends, did some panels, took lots of photos, met some talented creators, checked out the cool costumes and, most importantly, had a fantastic time. What more could one ask for? This is truly my favorite con of the year and I hope they have me back again next year.

Click on Read More to see all of the photos I took at Dragon Con 2016. Also, search social media using #Dragoncon or #Dragoncon2016 for more photos from the event.

Friday, September 9, 2016


Captain Nash has the bridge.
It was Star Trek that first really fueled my interest in discovery, in seeking out the unknown, and seeking adventure. I may not do as much physical adventuring as I used to, darn that adulting, but my imagination still boldly goes forward in search of the new and undiscovered. I think... I hope that inspiration not only helps make me a better writer, but also a better person. 

Happy 50th Anniversary, Star Trek. May you continue to live long and prosper for at least another 50 years.


Wednesday, September 7, 2016


I just found out that my Starship Farragut episode, "Conspiracy of Innocence" won an award last year. The episode won the Silver Award at the 2015 DC WebFest Awards.

About the DC WebFest Awards:
The DC Web and Digital Media Festival will showcase the best in online filmmaking. Presented by 20/20 Productions features the best in Web series ranging from comedy, drama, horror and soap opera. Along with the best online films, the festival also highlights new digital media, such as gaming and app development.
You can view the full episode of Starship Farragut "Conspiracy of Innocence" here or watch below.