Earth Station One Episode One Episode 52 “IT’S ALIVE! ALIVE!” – Our Favorite Monsters

Earth Station One Episode 52

On this weeks show we go into the shadows and look at all things that creep and crawl and talk about our favorite monsters, then we will be chatting about the upcoming novel “The New Adventures of Frankenstein” with editor Bill Cunningham & artist Mark Maddox, but wait that’s not all.. we also talk to Keisha Tillis from the TV show the Walking Dead and her upcoming appearance at FandomFest Cincy.
Join us for this week episode we like to call ESO Episode 52 “IT’S ALIVE! ALIVE!” – Our Favorite Monsters

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:03:23 Rants & Raves – Spider-man, Ebay, Wonder Woman, The Rocketteer, Doctor Who Red Nose Day
0:33:25 The Geek Seat w/ Mark Maddox
0:46:06 Bill Cunningham & Mark Maddox of “The New Adventures of Frankenstein”
1:03:33 Our Favorite Monsters
2:01:43 Khan Report w/ Keisha Tillis of the Walking Dead
2:23:06 ESO Shout Outs
2:26:24 Show Close

Show Links

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Mark Maddox
Red Nose Day
FandomFest Cincy

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Neil Gaiman confirms ‘American Gods’ film

American Godsi is coming to the big screen

Neil Gaiman has revealed that a film adaptation of his book American Gods is in the works.

The novel, first published in 2001, takes place in a world in which gods and mythological creatures exist.

In a recent interview, Gaiman exclusively revealed to DS that a director “who has many, many Oscars” is already on board the project. See the interview here

“Chew” Heads To Showtime

Chew is coming to TV, but which channel?

Only a few years into its ongoing run at Image Comics, and John Layman and Rob Guillory’s “Chew”already has a lot going for it. Already a rare sales hit in a tough marketplace and an Eisner Award-winner, the comic is also looking to officially become the next Image ongoing to add “TV show inspiration” to its credit.

Deadline is reporting that the Showtime cable network – known for quirky programming such as “Weeds” and “Dexter” – has bought a pilot script for a “Chew” TV series in a deal set up by the agents at Circle of Confusion who also helped bring “The Walking Dead” to the air. The script was written by “Eureka” writers Terri Hughes Burton and Ron Milbauer, however changes are expected to be made with the inclusion of Showtime and director/executive producer Stephen Hopkins (“Californication”).