Earth Station One Episode 72: Snakes, Why Did It Have To Be Snakes

Earth Station One Episode 72 - Raiders of the Lost ArkWelcome to yet another episode of the Earth Station One Podcast. This episode we have a full house here on the station when we grab our whips and put on our leather jackets and talk about the classic George Lucas and Steven Spielberg collaboration, “Raiders of the Lost Ark” and some of it’s sequels, but wait that’s not all we also take a peek at the 5th episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day.

Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Snakes, Why Did It Have To Be Snakes

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:05:37 ESO Rants and Raves – The Dave Steven’s Sketch Book, The Pros and Cons of Independent Publishing, 50th Anniversary of the Fantastic Four, The Complete Making of Indiana Jones, Cowboys vs Aliens, Clancy Brown, Superman’s New Costume
0:43:25 The Geek Seat w/ Author Debbie Viguie
0:59:15 Torchwood: Miracle Day Episode 5
1:27:14 Raiders of the Lost Ark
2;33:18 Mike’s Kahn Report
2:34:47 Count Down To Dragon*Con
2:40:21 ESO Shout Outs
2:46:22 Show Close

Show Links
Dave Stevens: The Complete Sketch Book
The Complete Making of Indiana Jones
StarGazer vol. 2
Debbie Viguie on
Articles of the Shadow Proclamation
Yard Dogs Road Show

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