Finally, the ESO crew has come back to pro wrestling! Mike, Mike and Nick Ahlhelm got more than two words for you regarding one of the most intense and exciting times in the history of the business. Nick, the host of the new ESO Pro podcast, falls victim to our own finishing move, The Geek Seat. We also take a moment to honor the life and legacy of the Ultimate Warrior. Plus, a preview of the upcoming Trek Trax convention in the Khan Report. And that’s the bottom line, ’cause ESO said so!
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Wrestling in the Attitude Era
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Posted in Conventions, Earth Station One, ESO Network, ESO_Podcast, Fantasy, Geek, Internet, Interview, Podcast, Sci-fi, sports, TV, Wrestling
Tagged Degeneration X, Earth Station One, Earth Station One Ep 210, ECW, ESO, ESO Network, Mick Foley, Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, Nick Ahlhelm, NWO, Raw is War, Sting, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, The Ultimate Warrior, Triple H, Vince McMan, Warrior, WCW, Wrestling, WWE, WWF
Two things before I jump into this review:
1) I’ve read on the Internet and heard from friends of mine about how historically inaccurate the movie is. Folks, if you’re expecting historical accuracy from a movie titled ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER then you most certainly are watching the wrong movie. You need to be watching 1940’s “Abe Lincoln In Illinois” starring Raymond Massey as Abe Lincoln. Seriously. It’s an excellent movie that I’ve seen about two or three times now on Turner Classic Movies. It’s well worth your time.
2) People complaining that the movie wasn’t like the book. Sigh. Folks, haven’t we grown past that by now? True, I haven’t read the book but now, having seen the movie I plan to. But from what I know of the book the only way it could have been done justice was as a six hour miniseries on HBO and Showtime. Would that have been better than the 1hr. 45 minute movie we do have? I dunno. But I do think it worth pointing out that the same guy who wrote the book wrote the screenplay. I like to think he’s an intelligent enough writer to have realized that novels and theatrical movies are two different mediums and what works for one may not necessarily work for the other. Bottom line is all I know is that I enjoyed and respected ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER the movie for what I got out of it: It’s a superhero movie in historical/vampire/horror movie drag. Continue reading
A year in half in the making, Star Mage #1 has finally been released! Transmissions From Atlantis’ JC De La Torre’s epic has release it’s first of six issues.
Star Mage #1 (of 6) – Darien
JC De La Torre (w), Ray Dillon (c, a)
JC De La Torre, author of the critically acclaimed novel Ancient Rising, gives us a new fusion of Science Fiction and Magic in Star Mage. In issue one of this six issue mini-series, Darien Connors discovers he’s not from Earth, has strange magical powers and is the key in an ancient war between two alien races of necromancers. Like Harry Potter meets the Last Starfighter, Star Mage offers wizard battles with a side of spaceship warfare, alien worlds and weird creatures.
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
Now available in print and digital where ever comics are sold!
Posted in Comic Books, Comics
Tagged Comic Books, Comics, Darien Connors, fantasy, Fantasy Comics, Harry Potter, JC De La Torre, Mages, Magic, Magical Realms, Orasmas Xul Sarrum, Ray Dillon, sci-fi comics, Space, Spells, Star Mage, Star Mage Comic, StarMage, Wizards
It’s finally here! Release week for Star Mage! Star Mage writer/Creator JC De La Torre and his lovely wife Rita give you the full scoop on everything Star Mage!
Who is Darien Connors? Is Star Mage kid friendly? What is Kishpu? Who are the main characters/villains? JC breaks it all down for you and also gives you the backstory on how this comic series came into being.
All on a special Episode 74 of Transmissions From Atlantis!
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Posted in Comic Books, Comics, Transmissions from Atlantis
Tagged Comic Books, Comics, Doctor Who, Earth Station One, Episodes, ESO Network, ESONetwork, fantasy, Harry Potter, horror, IDW, IDW Publishing, JC De La Torre, Rita De La Torre, Sci-Fi, Star Mage, Star Mage Comic, StarMage, Transmissions From Atlantis
By Ashley Bergner
Box Office Buzz
Marvel’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” was one of the most anticipated new shows premiering last fall, a concept that appeared to be full of potential. However, after the first several episodes, many fans seemed to agree the show hadn’t quite lived up to the hopes they had for it. The characters weren’t quite clicking, the show struggled to find a tone and focus, and it didn’t seem to have the same magic spark as the Marvel movies. Ratings have continued to drop, and if the trend continues, a cancellation notice could be in the show’s future.
Which would be a shame, because “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” has shown real improvement in the second half of its first season. Show runners have been fixing many of the issues fans seemed to have with the series, and it’s now closer, I think, to the show fans were actually hoping to see when they tuned in last fall. Continue reading
If I reference a word game in the mobile marketplace your mind probably goes to Words with Friends. The mentioning of “tower defense” as a game category might call up thoughts of Plants vs. Zombies. Need a puzzler? After all these years, your go-to is still Tetris. Now, what about Trivia? In the past, you might’ve said Jeopardy, but I’d argue that name recognition is more from the TV show than any game. I’ve played Jeopardy: The Game on my phone and it feels like a console game ported to the small screen–and, as usual, it isn’t the best experience. For the initiated, there is a new name in mobile apps that is becoming synonymous with trivia, and that is QuizUp.
Posted in Gaming, Internet, Reviews, Video Games
Tagged Android, App, game, Ipad, iphone, mobile, QuizUp, social, Trivia
Posted in Blog, Books, Fantasy, Pulp, Reviews, Sci-fi
Tagged book review, Earth Station One, ESO, ESO Network, fantasy, Legion I, Legion II, Lords of Fire, New Pulp, Pulp, Pulp fiction Review, Ron Fortier, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction, Sons of Terra, space opera, The Shattering, Van Allen Plexico, White Rocket Books
It may be hard to believe that it’s spring when the robin has kicked in our door and stolen the electric blankets, but according to our calendars, the season of rebirth is upon us. Hollywood has joined in with spring surprises of their own. Our co-hosts Deanna Toxopeus and Gary Mitchel are joined by Tegan Hendrickson and Nathan Laws to look at the movies coming out this month. Suprisingly, they talk about more than Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
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CAN YOU SMELL…. WHAT THE EARTH STATION ONE PODCAST IS COOKING!!!
Next week, The ESO crew leaps back into the ol’ wrestling ring for a look at Wrestling in the Attitude Era (the mid 90’s through present). It’s the countdown to the launch of ESPro, the next great podcast on The ESO Network. It’s gonna be brutal. Oh, yeah! As full a show as that is, fret not because ESO is also bringing you the usual assortment of Rants and Raves, The Khan Report, Shout Outs, Dr. Geek’s Moment of Science, The Geek Seat, and maybe even a special guest or two. You get all this and more next week on an off the top rope episode of the Earth Station One podcast! Be there!
Are you a wrestling fan? If so, ESO wants to hear from you. Share your favorite moments from wrestling’s attitude era with ESO at email@example.com, www.esopodcast.com, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or Pinterest. Who knows, we might just share yours on the show.
Posted in Comics, Conventions, Earth Station One, Geek, sports, TV, Wrestling
Tagged attitude era, Earth Station One, ESO, ESO Network, ESPro, Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, Podcast, Wrestling
SCARPER! SCARPER! Never fear everyone! The Doctor is here to kick the metal butts of those tin plated pepperpotts! Or is is that simple? Check out Episode 99 of The Oncoming Storm where we look at Jubille by Rob Shearman to be sure! And remember, DALEKS DO NOT SING!
It’s episode 99 of The Oncoming Storm! We’re one away from the big 1-0-0, and in all the excitement, we’re starting the celebration a little bit early. And what better way to celebrate than with a Jubilee?!? That’s right, this week sees Josh, Ashley, Sacha, and Rachel discussing the Big Finish classic, Jubilee by Rob Shearman. Make no bones about it, they all agree upfront that it’s a great audio, but that doesn’t mean there’s a lack of topics to talk about! From discussing the difference between Jubilee and Dalek, to the stellar performances from all involved, your hosts can’t seem to stop talking about this one! All that, and this week’s spin off media news is covered. The Oncoming Storm… This time, we’ve got electrocutions, stabbings, AND beheadings! It is a Rob Shearman story after all!
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Posted in Big Finish, Doctor Who, Podcast, The Oncoming Storm
Tagged 6th Doctor, Ashley Raburn, BBC, Big Finish, Colin Baker, Doctor Who, Josh Wilson, Jubilee, Rachel Stewart, Sacha Dzuba, The Oncoming Storm Podcast