Going boldly where no Doctor has ever gone before! Mike, Mike, and Bobby interview writer Scott Tipton and artist JK Woodward on one of the biggest crossovers in science fiction history! Plus, we also have an update from the producers of The Forgotten Doctor who are trying to make a little history of their own.
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So many sequels, so few of them have been good! Every once in a while comes one that lives up to the original. Mike, Mike, Bobby and special guest Grundy chat reveal their favorites. And speaking of continuing missions, Star Trek & Doctor Who comic book writer Scott Tipton takes a turn in The Geek Seat. As if that wasn¹t enough, we take a look at AMC¹s The Walking Dead as it heads into the fall finale. Plus the usual Rants, Raves, Shout Outs, and the ever-popular Khan Report!
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Surprising Sequels
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Next week, Earth Station One takes a look at Surprising Sequels: Movie Sequels That Surprised Us. Has there ever been a sequel that surprised you by being as good as or better than the original like Spider-Man 2 or Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back? Perhaps just different enough to surprise you like The Dark Knight or Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan? Or any movies that surprised you by heading off into strange directions like Highlander 2 or Pirates of the Caribbean? And yes, even those sequels that didn’t quite work like Ghostbusters 2 or Star Wars Episode One? Plus, movies that we always thought should have had a sequel, but didn’t. These are the movies we’ll be discussing on ESO episode 140.
Then, ESO sits down with Doctor Who/Star Trek: The Next Generation writer Scott Tipton, who also takes a turn in The Geek Seat. And, as if that wasn’t enough, we take a look at the latest episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead as it heads into the fall finale. All that plus the usual rants, raves, shout outs, and the ever-popular Khan Report! It’s going to be another action-packed episode of Earth Station One you won’t want to miss.
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Debuting at New York Comic Con and now in comic stores nationwide, IDW’s new four-issue miniseries “Star Trek: Khan: Ruling in Hell” probes the early days of the charismatic leader’s time on Ceti Alpha V, in the moments just before and immediately following the ruination of its ecosystem. The first issue, written by brothers and regular Trek scribes Scott and David Tipton with art by Fabio Mantovani, sees Khan and the Botany Bay colony establishing a fresh society on the untamed landscape, even as dissention rises as to whether their new home is a chance to forge a perfect civilization or a cruel and unforgivable form of exile.
Read the Story Here