Fri, 30 April 2010
This is a special episode of Forward Momentum Production's news and information podcast, Forward March!
This time around, it's all about the recently released first season of the "Sea of Stars" audio drama. We'll have a look back at the first six episodes of the series, I'll relate a few of the funnier stories of the origins of the show, there's a blooper reel, and some news about season two... including an incredibly awesome announcement.
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-Dev, the Duct Tape Bandit
Sat, 10 April 2010
This is it. Everything rides on this fight. Either the Argo defeats the Scourge Fleet, or it doesn't and humanity dies.
I really don't have anything to add to that. Let's just say it's not a forgone conclusion that the good guys win...
Sea of Stars is written, produced and directed by Devin Cox, of Forward Momentum Productions.
CAST (in order of appearance)
Narrator: Mark “The ENCaffinated ONE” Kilfoil
Captain Derek Wildstar: Joe Harrison
IQ-9: Jonathan Edward Dolnier (aka Pokejedservo)
Hans Schneider: Zach McCue
Mac Stevens: Emry Kinney
Mei Gideon: Silas Carder
Jordan “Jordy” Venture: Dave Frizzell
Michael Vega: Sean Hill
Colin O'Donnell: Jim Perry
Neville Drake: Scott Breakall
Sam Vandom: Philippa Ballantine
Joachin Reyes: Nathan Butler
Emperor Jahmorta: Devlin James
Princess Izri: Natalie Van Sistine
Admiral Kahn: Jonathan Edward Dolnier (aka Pokejedservo)
General Wendy Singleton: Melissa D. Johnson (aka Mippa)
General Singleton's Aide: Jim Perry
Comet Empire Tech #2: Eric Olp
High Priest Anshon: Devin Cox
Black Tiger Six: Lisa Wong
Black Tiger Four: Jonathan Edward Dolnier (aka Pokejedservo)
Philippe de LaRoche: Allan Smithee
Comet Empire Tech #3: Ducky Patterson
General Geran: Andre de Almeida
Harlock: Ducky Patterson
Arcadia Crewman: Jason Ramboz
Desslok: Devin Cox
All music in the series is drawn from several commercially released CDs of music from the original animated series “Uchuu Senkan Yamato.” Many of the CDS have long since gone out of print, though some may still be importable through Amazon.com.
All the sound effects for Sea of Stars come from one of three sources: The original series DVDs available through Voyager Entertainment at Starblazers.com, The “Sound Fantasia Yamato” CDs which are now out of print, and The Freesound Project, at freesound.org.
((DISCLAIMER: Sea of Stars is a non-profit fan production, produced for the enjoyment of the fans. All rights to “Star Blazers”, “Uchuu Senkan Yamato” or any other copyrighted materials herein, including any unoriginal music and sound effects, are reserved to their ORIGINAL CREATORS. No infringing claims are intended))
I want to thank you for listening to the first season of Sea of Stars. But this isn't the end of the story. Keep an eye on the Forward Momentum Feed for further updates... Mwa ha ha!
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Sun, 4 April 2010
“The Calm Before The Storm”