This week, the Earth Station One discusses our favorite movies that actuallysurpass the original material they were based on. It does not happen often,but sometimes, just sometimes, the movie is better than the book! Mike, Mike, and Bobby are once again joined by Mary Lou Who and Jason Adams for a lively discussion. We are also joined by Lance Roger Axt, Elaine Lee, and Bill (Bob the Builder) Dufris as they introduce us to the world of Audio Comics. Plus a Florida Supercon Khan Report from Mark Heffernan! All this and the usual Rants, Raves, and Shout Outs!
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: You Think That Was Better Than The Original?
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Next week, the Earth Station One crew is back with a great round table discussion on Movies That Surpassed Their Source Material. It’s sure to be a lively discussion. Also, ESO welcomes Lance Roger Axt, Elaine Lee, and Bill (Bob The Builder) Dufris to the station to talk about their new Audio Comics releases.
ESO wants to hear from you. What are your favorite movies that surpassed their original source material and why? Let us know at http://www.esopodcast.com, at the ESO Facebook Group, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 404-963-9057. We might just read yours on the show. Plus, join us for the usual rants, raves, shout outs, and Mike’s Khan Report! It’s going to be an action-packed episode next week at Earth Station One.
The ESO Crew
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Audio Comics shared their latest press release with Earth Station One.
THE DOMINO LADY IS ON iTUNES
AudioComics’ first Pulp Adventure now available on iTunes and Amazon Mp3
The AudioComics Company’s first production in its Pulp Adventures series is now available as a digital download through iTunes and Amazon Mp3: The Domino Lady: All’s Fair in War was released May 1, and has now gone worldwide through iTunes and Amazon, with Rhapsody, eMusic, and Nokia to follow.
Written by Rich Harvey, directed by Lance Roger Axt, and recorded in San Francisco, CA, The Domino Lady’s first-ever audio adventure takes us to 1935 San Diego, CA where she investigates the disappearance of an actual one million dollar bill from an International Exposition. Already the program has garnered excellent reviews from Airship 27’s Ron Fortier, who called it “a superb audio treat with great writing, perfect acting, especially by Karen Stillwell as Ellen Patrick/Domino Lady and Peter Carini as (Roge) McKane,” and comics legend Steve Englehart: “this is not a scratchy MP3 made from an old acetate – this is radio drama at its finest, with real actors and real writers.”
The cost for the twenty-minute work is $2.97, and can be found by entering “The AudioComics Company” into the provider’s search engine. AudioComics’ productions of Honey West, The Batsons, and Titanium Rain will follow before month’s end; also available through iTunes and Amazon Mp3 is the Company’s premiere work, Starstruck.