Today on The Event Horizon, join us as we speak with Madeleine Holly-Rosing, creator of the popular steampunk fantasy graphic novel series Boston Metaphysical Society She’s with us this afternoon at 7 pm Eastern / 4 pm Pacific to talk with us about the new eight episode audio drama Ghost Ship which includes a full cast, special effects, and original music. (Like those old time radio dramas.)
Imagine an alternate history where ghosts and demons are a normal part of life. Families known as the Great Houses control the economy of the Great States of America and the middle class and the lower class Irish sole purpose is to not only to serve them, but to rid their lives of supernatural beings. Based on the popular steampunk supernatural graphic novel and prose series, Boston Metaphysical Society, The Ghost Ship follows the cases of an ex-Pinkerton detective, a spirit photographer, and a genius scientist who battle supernatural forces in late 1800s Boston. This story takes place during the time period of the original graphic novel six issue mini-series.
This is a standalone eight episode series based during the timeline of the original six issue mini-series. Each episode will be approximately 30 minutes long.
Here are the air times for this new episode of The Event Horizon:
|Saturday (today)||4 PM Pacific / 7 PM Eastern / 12 AM GMT||Sunday (tomorrow)||4 PM Pacific / 7 PM Eastern / 12 AM GMT|
|Thursday||4 AM Pacific / 7 AM Eastern / 12 PM GMT||Saturday (next)||4 AM Pacific / 7 AM Eastern / 12 PM GMT|
About Madeleine Holly-Rosing
With an MFA in Screenwriting from UCLA, Ms. Holly-Rosing brought her background of TV and feature film writing to the world of comics along with a love of history and science fiction. The comic began online six years ago and went to print with a special 24 page edition a year later. The original series received an Honorable Mention at the 2013 Geekie Awards and was nominated for Best Comic/Graphic Novel in 2014. It has also been consistently nominated for best webcomic by the Steampunk Chronicles Readers’ Choice Awards in 2013, 2014 and 2015. The complete series is now available in trade paperback from Source Point Press along with the previous standalone stories, The Scourge of the Mechanical Men and The Spirit of Rebellion.
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