For over 30 years, the “Heroes in a Half Shell” have been on a mission to protect the world from the shadows, while entertaining us in nearly every form of media invented. Mike, Mike, Dakoma Sanchez, Sean R. Reid, and Phantom Troublemaker discuss the origins and influence of Turtle Power.
Deck the halls with geeky gifts! Mike, Mike, Mary Ogle, and Nunuche Nuchtchas offer suggestions on the perfect present for the podcaster, er…person in your life. Plus, we wrap writer Jordan Alsaqa in the Geek Seat, and Michael Day stops by the station with a Starship Farragut update. All this,
The ESO crew beamed over to the Starship Farragut to find out why Trek fans from all ages boldly go to Kingsland, GA this time of year. Mike and Mike speak with producers John Broughton, Michael Bednar, and Michael Day to find out what it takes to build a Federation
San Diego Comic Con was last week and none of the ESO crew were in attendance. Instead, Mike and Mike decided to stay at home and talk comics with our good friends Doctor Q and Greg Plunket. Writer/editor Kyle Strickland is our Geek Seat victim of the week and Friend
Lights…Camera…Action! The ESO satellite reeks of testosterone this week as we rave about our favorite action heroes on the big and small screen. The award-winning author Bobby Nash takes control of the station and leads the elite fighting force of Mike, Mike, Dan Carroll, and Thomas Deja through shootouts, fists
The ESO crew went to the movies this weekend to see the newest chapter in the James Bond franchise. Mike, Mike, Booby and the award-winning artist Mark Maddox review Skyfall for your ears only! Also, writer David Wood is featured in The Geek Seat, Tommy Hancock gives us a Khan
ESO co-host Bobby Nash has officially announced that he wrote a script for the Star Trek fan series, Starship Farragut. Set in the time of Star Trek: The Original Series, Bobby’s story is called “Conspiracy of Innocence.” The crew of the Farragut discovers an advanced and thriving civilization on a
Reposted from www.bobbynash.com Together with my Earth Station One co-hosts, Mike and William Faber (Howdy Mike Gordon was attending the Boston Comic Con and couldn’t join us) I made the short journey to the 2012 Trek Trax convention in Atlanta, GA on April 21st. Although the show ran Friday through