Nicholas Ahlhelm, Alex Autrey and J. Morgan Neal are back. This time we’re jumping in Rufus’ phonebooth and traveling back to 1989 where we look at the epic feud between Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat and “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair. The series of three televised matches had a lasting legacy on professional wrestling. In the first of our looks at the greatest rivalries in wrestling history, take a look back at the only five star feud ever!
This Episode: Seriously Dan is joined by co-host Atoosa and co-worker Havanna, as well as Alan and Carrie Tupper! We talk about Kamikaze Animated and discuss the process of creating a diversity comic and our excitement that we will soon be able to read online Kamikaze comics very soon!
The team behind Kamikaze Animated is moving its dynamic concept to the next level with the introduction of the Kamikaze weekly webcomic beginning July, 25, 2014. Kamikaze is an epic science fiction saga, a taut political thriller, and a high-flying superhero tale with an intimate dramatic heart. The story focuses on troubled nineteen-year-old Markesha Nin, a freerunner who becomes a rogue saboteur under the guise of Kamikaze. The weekly web comic will be updated every Wednesday.
The three artists involved in the Kamikaze web comic, are creators Alan and Carrie Tupper, and their partner Havana Nguyen. Each of them specializing in one area or another they bring complementary skills to their production team. The artwork aims to be a cut above most web comics, while the story transports readers into a world rich with detail, history, and conflict. Continue reading “Seriously Dan Interview Time: The Kamikaze Animated Creative Team!” »
Destiny Beta talk, June NPDs, Xbone Update Incoming, FF14, the walking dead is coming, Corona? The Cat Mario Show? Borderlands Presequel trailer, Nintendo mixing up their elite status rewards, and so much more on this weeks whiskey hour with the Respawn Radio crew.
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Driving back from Alabama Phoenix Festival, Van thinks back over the weekend that was, then discusses several key things to keep in mind when writing a novel.
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Blurb: Britain. The height of the Roman occupation. The Doctor has brought Leela to ancient Norfolk to learn about her ancestors… but has no idea how much of an education she is going to get.
Because this is the time of Boudica’s rebellion. When the tribe of the Iceni rises up and attempts to overthrow the Roman masters.
As Leela begins to be swayed by the warrior queen’s words, the Doctor has to make a decision: save his friend… or save history itself?
Review: One of the strongest themes in Doctor Who is the moral question about the rightness of changing history. The Doctor often breezes into a situation and sorts out the problems, but in some situations he can’t. Ever since The Aztecs in the very first season, this has been a source of friction between the Doctor and his companions. The theme has come up every once in a while on the TV series since then but it has become fodder for the other media such as the novels and the audios. The fourth Doctor never had a true historical story, one without monster or science fiction element, so The Wrath of the Iceni allows him to explore new dramatic bounds and also gives a chance to explore his relationship with Leela. Continue reading “Review: Doctor Who The Fourth Doctor Adventures – The Wrath of the Iceni” »
Next week, the ESO crew looks back at the Wild & Crazy Career of Steve Martin. From TV to movies to music, Earth Station One spotlights writer, actor, director, and musician, Steve Martin. Who knows, maybe they’ll even do a version of King Tut for your listening pleasure. If that wasn’t wild and crazy enough for you, you’ll also get the usual assortment of Rants and Raves, Doctor Geek’s Moment of Science, shout outs, The Khan Report, and we’ll strap another unsuspecting victim into The Geek Seat. Join us for an all new episode of the Earth Station One podcast.
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Blurb: To continue Leela’s education, the Doctor promises to take her to the famous Morovanian Museum. But the TARDIS lands instead in a quiet English village, where they meet the enigmatic collector Harcourt and his family.
When people start to die, reality doesn’t appear quite what it was. There’s something sinister going on within the walls of Harcourt’s manor, and the stakes are higher than they can imagine.
The Doctor is about to discover that a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing. Continue reading “Review: Doctor Who The Fourth Doctor Adventures – The Renaissance Man” »
All hail Caesar! Mike, Mike, the award-winning author Bobby Nash, Ashley Bergner, and Alex Autrey find themselves in the not-too-distant future where “Ape Must Not Kill Ape,” but humans are fair game! We also use The Geek Seat to extract battle plans for the Exodus: Empires at War series from writer Doug Dandridge. Plus, the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Continue reading “Earth Station One Episode 223 – Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” »
JC and Rita return for their 80th episode and it’s a wild one. Rita can barely contain herself as she talks about Universal Studios Florida’s new addition to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter Diagon Alley as well as Disney Hollywood Studios’ Frozen Sumertime Fun spectacular. Doctor Geek tells us what STEM is and JC and Rita tell you why you shouldn’t be watching those naughty Doctor Who rough cuts of Series 8′s first episode with Peter Capaldi. It’s Spoilers, sweetie!
Much more after the jump!