You can check it out here.
Thursday, May 30, 2013
Bobby Nash, the 2013 Pulp Ark Award Winning Best Author for her blog.
You can check it out here.
You can check it out here.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
You can listen to White Rocket 025: Alabama Phoenix Festival now at http://whiterocket.podbean.com/2013/05/28/white-rocket-025-alabama-phoenix-festival/
The White Rocket episode is available via iTunes (subscribe and don’t miss an episode!) or you can visit the podcast site at http://whiterocket.podbean.com/
The White Rocket Books page at http://www.whiterocketbooks.com/
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Monday, May 27, 2013
|Bobby Nash & Sean Taylor at Alabama Phoenix Festival|
Thanks to all who came out to the show and said hello.
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It just wouldn't be a convention without a little tomfoolery, or in our case, seanfoolery(TM).
PULP FICTION PANEL
Bobby Nash and Sean Taylor were joined by authors Charis Taylor (yeah, they're related) and Van Allen Plexico.
|Bobby, Charis, Sean, & Van.|
WHO'S LINE IS IT ANYWAY?
Sean Taylor hosted the evening festivities as Van Allen Plexico, Kimberly Richardson, Allan Gilbreth, Allen Hammack, M.B. Weston, and Bobby Nash were tortured, tormented, and embarrassed. Rumor has it that Sean has started sleeping with one eye open after this event.
Thanks to Mike Gordon for the photos.
Sean and Bobby were joined by writing duo L.R. Barret-Durhman and E.G.Glover. They discussed writing as a team and their respective projects. Sean and Bobby shared the story of how they created The Ruby Files.
|Yes. Bobby talks with his hands.|
WHAT DO YOU THINK, GEOFFREY?
While there, the guys couldn't help but take this photo with the stand up of their friend, Geoffrey Gwin, accompanied by their signature line, of course. If you've ever been to this show, you've probably heard the story. If not, ask Sean or Bobby next time you see them at a show.
Thanks again to the staff, crew, and all involved with the Alabama Phoenix Festival. A special shout out to Steve, Tim, Stan, and Maree for taking such good care of us.
Bobby and Sean
Sunday, May 19, 2013
Just a little reminder that...
(1) The Ruby Files Volume 2 is coming soon, and
(2) The Award-Winning Volume 1 is still available for those of you who missed it.
Friday, May 17, 2013
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE
AIRSHIP 27 presensts ALL STAR PULP COMICS # 2
(Portion of Profits Goes to Boston Red Cross)
Airship 27 Productions has once again teamed with Redbud Studio comics to release the second in their on-going pulp comics anthology. The first giant issue in this series won the coveted Pulp Ark Award for Best Pulp Comic of 2010.
Volume two of the series, co-edited by creators Ron Fortier and Rob Davis, is even bigger than that stellar premier issue. Contained here are eight stories featuring both modern and classic pulp heroes; Ki-Gor the Jungle Lord, the Black Bat, Cain, Robin Hood, Lance Star, Brothers Bones, Dillon and Domino Lady.
The cover is by Will Meugniot and features Ki-Gor's lovely mate, Helene, battling back to back with Derrick Ferguson's modern day adventurer, Dillon. Other creators represented are Russ Anderson, Fortier, Davis, Ian Watson, Thomas Deja, Michelle Sciuto, Sean Taylor, Aaron Meade, Todd Jones, Lee Oaks, James Gaubatz, Van Plexico, Andrew Salmon and Kelly Everaert.
The book is available from Indy Planet.com and part of the proceeds are being donated to the Boston Red Cross. "We were the last stages of assembling the book," explains Editor Foriter, "when the Patriots' Day bombings occurred in Boston. All of us, like the rest of the country, were in shock and felt helpless to do anything." It was writer Van Plexico who contacted Fortier about possibly offering some of the sales proceeds to help those injured in the terror attack. "The second Van brought up, I knew it was something we had to do," Fortier continues. He contacted Davis and all the creators and the decision was made to take all the profits earned by the book during its first six months in print and donate them to the Boston Red Cross.
"We truly hope our fans, when they learn of this idea, will want to rally around a truly good cause and help us put sales over the top," adds co-editor Rob Davis. "We really want this to be the best selling title Redbud Studio has ever produced."
The issue is now on sale at http://www.indyplanet.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=8450
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Charlotte Geeks’ Joey Paquette asked The Ruby Files co-creator/author, Bobby Nash 5 questions and he tried to answer them seriously. Or so he claims. Check out Bobby's answers here.
About Charlotte Geeks:
The Charlotte Geeks are a blended family of individuals who enjoy a multitude of fandoms in the sci fi, fantasy, anime, online, and gaming realms. We strive to provide our members with a feeling of acceptance and inclusion along with a social outlet where we can all freely “geek out” without prejudice or ridicule. We are a social organization that boasts free membership and free thinking (and as available, free fun!). We do not operate for profit, nor do any of the members of the leadership team receive any compensation for their efforts.
You can read 5 Questions With Bobby Nash here.
Con Carolinas in a couple weeks.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
|Art: Mark Wheatley|
|Cover: Mark Wheatley|
Tell him Rick Ruby sent ya!
Saturday, May 4, 2013
|Bobby Nash and Sean Taylor with their 2013 Pulp Ark Awards.|
For the first time since the Pulp Ark Award winners were announced, Ruby Files co-creators Bobby Nash and Sean Taylor got to hold their Pulp Ark Award for Best New Pulp Character: Rick Ruby at the Free Comic Book day event at galactic Quest Comics in Buford, GA.
The guys are really quite proud of this book and character.
Congratulations to Bobby and Sean.
|Bobby's award: Best Author|
|Rick Ruby's creators.|
|Best New Pulp Character: Rick Ruby|
Friday, May 3, 2013
I'm very proud of both of these and very proud of the work this fantastic group of creators has done with Rick Ruby.
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Facebook page, The Ruby Files interior illustrator shared photos of his Pulp Factory Award when he received it.
If you've not checked out Rob's award-winning artwork in The Ruby Files Vol. 1, the book is still available with links on this very site.