Earth Station One Episode 43: Live From Galactic Quest Comics, You Call That an Origin?

Earth Station Episode 43: Live From Galactic Quest Comics, You Call That an Origin?

This week’s episode of the ESO podcast, comes to you live from Galactic Quest Comics in Lawrecville Georgia as we sit around and discuss our favorite Super Hero Origins, and then we review the new Green Hornet movie starting Seth Rogan.

Join us for another fun filled podcast that we like to call Episode 43: Live From Galactic Quest Comics, You Call That an Origin?

Table of Contents

0:00:00 Intro / Welcome

0:02:35 Rants & Raves – Young Justice / Human Target / Star Wars Blu-Ray / Torchwood / David Tennant / Spiderman & Captain America Costumes
0:24:51 The Geek Seat w/ Kyle from Galactic Quest

0:37:40 Our Favorite Super Hero Origins
1:55:49 Our Review of the Green Hornet

2:15:32 Show Close

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Seth Rogen says George Lucas REALLY thinks world will end in 2012

So the real reason there haven't been more Star Wars movies is because we won't be around to see them.. or so we think

You know all that stuff about the Mayan calendar predicting that the world will end in 2012? Well, at least one person apparently believes it … and his name is George Lucas.

According to the Toronto Sun, Green Hornet star Seth Rogen recalled taking a meeting with Lucas and Steven Spielberg about a movie when the conversation quickly turned to the Mayan apocalypse, which is scheduled to happen next year (Dec. 21, to be exact). Ummm I kind of wondering what Seth was smoking?

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Mighty Changes for Thor Comic Series

Marvel announced today some changes for the Asgard-related monthly comics. In April, the current Thor comic will return to its original title, Journey to Mystery, and focus on Loki and the other Asgardians as they deal with the upcoming summer event “Fear Itself.” And where can you find the “God of Thunder?” The first issue of The Mighty Thor arrives in stores just before the major motion picture debut, written by Matt Fraction with art by Olivier Coipel. Word has it that Thor will face off against none other than Galactus himself in the first arc. Sounds like a winner to me!

Read more details here