James R. Tramontana

Lost in Mexico in 1842

Posted 27 Mar 2019

I just wanted to send you a quick little note to let you know there's a new free episode of Ace Tucker Space Trucker for your ears' enjoyment. This is part 1 of 2 and is, in my opinion, one of the funniest ones yet. You might disagree but you also might be drunk or high on glue fumes. I mean, hey, I don't hold it against you. You gotta have a hobby, right? You do you.

Anyway, click away and feast your psychoacoustic receptors on the majesty that is: EL CHUPACABRA!

In this amazing episode of Ace Tucker Space Trucker, April Massey and Hank the Basset Hound are on their own! That's right. It's a classic April and Hank mess around! When Ace and Ivan disappear it's up to April and Hank to track them down. But their investigation takes an unexpected turn when they seek out the evil and mysterious...CHUPACABRA!



  • Red Hot Rebellion
  • Creativity podcast - getting closer to becoming active
  • Vikings vs. Unicorns comic and game card


  • Ace Tucker Space Trucker role playing game
  • Ace Tucker Space Trucker: The Musical
  • Ace Tucker Space Trucker VINYL LP + COMIC BOOK subscription series (I need an awesome and reliable comic book artist to partner up with. Know one?)


Gem City Comic Con – April 27th & 28th 2019 - I will be doing a panel on DIY Audio Fiction. More info soon.


Posted 22 Feb 2019

Listen to Ace Tucker Space Trucker

Ace Tucker Space Trucker is a serial science fiction comedy adventure podcast written, recorded, voiced, scored and edited by James R. Tramontana.

After Ace Tucker and his best friend (a Russian cyborg chimpanzee named Ivan Chimpanov) met Elvis Presley at a party, their fates became intertwined with a conspiracy that brought them to Earth in search of a super secret time machine built into Elvis’s prized 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz. With the help of a spitfire KFC cashier named April Massey and Hank, the foul-mouthed talking Basset Hound, Ace and Ivan traveled across space and time (and at least one alternate universe) to defeat an evil Andromedan alien called the Shiny Man. Their victory ensured Elvis Presley lived on to become the leader of the galaxy in the far distant future. As if that wasn’t unexpected enough, Ace and the gang also got a sweet new gig working for the Temporal Continuity Bureau (T.C.B.), the Galactic Union’s very own time-traveling police force. However, before the crew could get into the thick of it as fully licensed, bonded, and insured T.C.B. agents, they had some dues to pay...

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I Love Star Trek. Howsabout You?

Posted 18 Feb 2019

My love for Star Trek started as a wee lad. I used to watch the original series with my dad and then when Next Generation came out, wooooo boy. That was awesome. Next Gen made me a biiiiiig Star Trek fan. Sure, sure. Season One was, meh. But at the time, it was RAD. And it just kept on getting better.

As a teen, I went to a few Star Trek conventions. My claim to fame was asking Michelle Forbes (Ensign Ro Laren) where she bought her boots during a Q & A. She later drew the design from said boots onto her publicity pic for me during an autograph session. Oh! And I asked Michael Dorn all about his time on C.H.I.P.s instead of the usual, "Hey, what's it like wearing all that Klingon crap on your head" question. He loved it. I think... I was a weird kid...

So, I'm kind of surprised it's taken me this long to create a wacky music project based on Star Trek. But that's just what I've done. Today, I give you ENSIGN JIMMY'S LANDING PARTY.

That's right, I'm going to take all your favorite songs and then bastardize them by turning them into Star Trek parodies!
Here's the first one:

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