| The ESO Crew (Bobby, Mike & Mike) photo by Sue Volkert[/caption]
The ESO Network is the podcast network home of shows that celebrate our love for all things Pop Culture Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Comics and much, much more. Join podcasts like Earth Station One, Earth Station Who, Dr Geeks Lab for Applied Science, Transmissions From Atlantis, The White Rocket, The Thirteenth Hour and The Ratchet Retrocast (more shows to come) as they dive headfirst into the world of their favorite topics, and see what they can find to get into trouble with! Stop by for a listen and let your inner geek out to play. The ESO Network proudly serving you since April 2010.
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Mike F is the guy that decided to do this eccentric podcast. After years of listening to various comic book, sci-fi, music and Doctor Who themed podcasts he figured why the heck couldn’t he do it also? Mike researched the technologies behind podcasting, asking advice from various resources and decided to put all his favorite themes into one show for the first time and Earth Station One was born April 6, 2010.Mike has been an avid comic book reader since 1971 at the tender age of 4 when his grandmother started him down a road that shaped his young life for many years to come. It wasn’t long before he started expanding his horizons into the world of sci-fi and fantasy, becoming a student of much but an expert of all. His career goal of becoming a cartoonist never took off so instead he worked at various comic shops, movie theaters and radio stations after college, until he settled in the IT field as a User Interface designer. He’s a man of many concepts; constantly coming up with new hare-brained ideas and never really knows when to stop. That’s probably a good thing for ESO and it’s growing audience
When earthbound, crewmember Mike Gordon logs numerous hours on a variety of geek-related projects. He is the chief editor and publisher of New Legend Comics and the writer and creator of “Tiki Zombie.” His first published book was “The Untold Origins of Invisible Scarlet O’Neil” and he continues to work with Russ Stamm on all projects concerning the classic character. He is the co-founder of www.ComicBookTrailers.com, a site created to help promote comic-related projects. He also is an aficionado of escapism of all kinds and is a skilled cinephile, TV junkie, and comic fanboy. For more info, check out www.newlegendmike.com.
When not cracking bad jokes on the Earth Station One podcast, Bobby Nash writes. A multitasker, Bobby’s certain that he does not suffer from ADD, but instead… ooh, shiny. When he finally manages to put fingers to the keyboard, Bobby writes novels, comic books, short prose, novellas, graphic novels, screenplays, and even a little pulp fiction just for good measure. And despite what his brother says, he is not addicted to DVDs and can quit anytime he wants to. You can check out Bobby and his books at www.bobbynash.com.
A gamer from age 8 onward, Jen’s first job out of college was as a roleplaying game developer, first for White Wolf’s Wraith: The Oblivion and then Vampire: The Masquerade. She co-founded Chimera Interactive, a live action roleplaying (LARP) game production company, and has LARPed in four countries (and two languages!). A fervent Doctor Who fan, she joined the Doctor Who Fan Club of America in 1985 and hasn’t looked back since. To support her action figure and costuming habit, she maintains a not-so-secret identity as Professor Jen, a popular culture nut cleverly disguised as a mild-mannered English professor.
Phantom Troublemaker is the owner and operator of Needless Things – a website dedicated to commentary on toys, movies, music, wrestling, horror, sci-fi, and all manner of pop culture and dorkery. Needless Things features original articles five times a week (on average) and has recently started featuring special guest writers.
Growing up loving wrestling and superheroes, Phantom Troublemaker discovered luchador movies and found them to be cinematic perfection. His first mask was a replica of his hero Blue Demon’s. From there he had new masks made for various conventions. Knowing that his sharp and often controversial words (such as “I hate Orko”) could place his welfare and that of his family in peril,Phantom maintains his anonymity while writing from under the purple hood. Phantom also hosts the Needless Things Podcast whenever the urge takes him. The Needless Things Podcast is part of the ESO Network where Phantom also co-hosts Earth Station Who – a podcast covering the past, present, and future of Doctor Who.Phantom Troublemaker can be found at NeedlessThingsSite.com
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All articles on this pages are sampled from various news sources that we are all big fans of, like Bleeding Cool, Blastr, Ain’t it Cool News and others, Earth Station One dose not claim to write any of these articles, which are researched and written lovingly by authors on these various sites and reprinted here to get their stories out to as many sci-fi and fantasy fans as possible.