Earth Station One Episode 45: Mr Data, Return us to Titan Games and Comics, Warp factor 5, Engage!

Earth Station One Episode 45: Mr Data,  Return us to Titan Games and Comics, Warp factor 5, Engage!

This weeks episode of the ESO podcast, we come to you once again from Titan Game and Comics in Duluth, GA. Where we will be going back to the Star Trek universe and this time talk about Star Trek the Next Generation, and while we are are the same theme we will be getting a preview of the upcoming Trek Trax Atlanta coming the Weekend of February 18th – 20th at the Holiday Inn Atlanta Perimeter.

Join us for another fun filled podcast that we like to call Episode 45: Mr Data, Return us to Titan Games and Comics, Warp factor 5, Engage!

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:02:21 Rants & Raves – Wizard Magazine / The Fantastic Four / Scifi Channel /The Cursed Hobbit Movie
0:30:25 The Geek Seat w/ Kevin Parker
0:40:55 Trek Trax Atlanta Preview
0:56:46 Star Trek: The Next Generation
2:07:23 Show Close

Show Links
Trek Trax Atlanta
Titan Games & Comics Duluth

For all listeners of the ESO Podcast, go into any Titan Games and Comics, and give them the new password “I would like a discount please, MAKE IT SO” and you will get a 20% off your total purchase till 2/28/11

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