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The Earth Station One Podcast Ep 339

The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 339 – Makeup Masters

The Countdown to Halloween continues with a look at the designers who brought to life the vampires, phantoms, monsters, werwolves, and other creatures that we still can see even when we close our eyes. Mike, Mike, the award-winning artist Mark Maddox, and veteran makeup man Norman Bryn discuss the great

The ESO Podcast Ep 336

The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 336 – The World of David Lynch

The ESO crew order up some espresso, Pabst Blue Ribbon, and some damn good coffee to discuss the career of one of the true visionaries of the cinema. Mike, Mike, Cory Reese Keelen, and Daniel Suddes enter the strange and wonderful world that is wild at heart and weird on

Earth Station One Ep 326

The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 326 – Farewell to Person of Interest

The battle of the supercomputers comes to an end in the fifth and final season of one of the most subversive shows on network television. Irrelevant numbers Mike, Mike, Drew Leiter, and the award-winning author Bobby Nash survey the conclusion and playback their favorite moments from the entire series. Plus,

Earth Station One Ep 324

The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 324 – The Wizard of Oz

*WARNING THIS EPISODE IS NOT FOR KIDS* ESO is off to see the Wizard! Mike and Mike are joined by friends of Dorothy Darren Nowell and Moxie Anne Magnus as they look over and under the rainbow. Plus, Moxie finds herself out of the Salonbay and into the Geek Seat!

Earth Station One Ep 323

The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 323 – One Season Wonders

The history of television is riddled with shows that were cut short before their time. Mike, Mike, and the Flopcast’s Keven Eldridge and the Mayor of Chickentown salute the tv treasures that were gone way too soon. Plus, Angela from the Doubleclicks sings her way into the Geek Seat. All

ESO Ep 318 - Remembering Prince

The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 318 – Remembering Prince

On this episode, the ESO crew pay tribute to two artists who were legends beyond their fields and left us much too soon. First, Mike and Mike honor the career of writer/artist Darwyn Cooke. Then, Alex Autrey and Melodie Goodwin share dearly beloved memories of the amazing artist forever known

The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 316 – Penny Dreadful

On this episode, the ESO crew takes a look at that other fantastical British-American series that airs on a pay cable channel. Mike, Mike, Jennifer Hartshorn, and Mark Heffernan flip through the first two seasons of the gothic melodrama. Plus, writer/director Frank Fradella is in need of a faithful companion

Earth Station One Podcast Episode 308 – The Work of Carmine Infantino

The secret origin of the current success of DC’s tv properties is that they are all very much inspired by the Silver Age of comics and one of the most influential artists of that time is the great Carmine Infantino. Mike, Mike, Kevin Eldridge, and award-winning author Bobby Nash showcase

Earth Station One Podcast Episode 305 – Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?

It’s movie night on the station, and Mike, Mike, Darren Nowell, and Sabrina Pandora have selected the original hag horror classic featuring Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Plus, Jeremy Massengale goes on a Last Ride in the Geek Seat. All this along with Rants and Raves about Deadpool, the Khan

The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 303 – The Monkees

Here we come, walking down the street, getting the funniest looks from everyone we meet (which is why we are an audio podcast). Mike, Mike, Kevin Eldridge, Cary Gordon, and Monkees Magic muse Melanie Mitchell celebrate 50 years of Monkeemania. However, there’s no monkeying around when Melanie finds herself in

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