Jonathon had his phone ready for when we did the panel at SoonerCon 2017 for the showing of Storm Front Pt. 1: a Star Trek Fan Film Production. He was kind enough to go live on Facebook with the feed and now here is the recording for you to watch. on his Jonathon’s Room Facebook Page The first part is the showing of Storm Front Pt 1 and then about 13 minutes in the panel starts. We had a great time catching up with friends and visiting with all who came. So here’s the video featuring Vance Major, Larry Fleming, Michael Sylvester, and myself. Again many thanks to Jonathon’s Room for provided the video – Richard:
On June 24, Vance Major has graciously asked me to join in on a screening of Storm Front Part 1 and a Q&A panel afterwards at the 2017 SoonerCon in Oklahoma City. On the panel will be Vance Major – the Producer, Michael Sylvester – Captain Cooper of the Melbourne, John Snow – Lt. Commander Fador of the Melbourne, Larry Fleming – Lt. Doral of the Melbourne, and me Richard Brookman – Captain Stapleton of the Carson.
If you are attending be sure to come to the panel, slated for 10:00 am and meet everyone. The ComicPop Crew will also include Jonathon Rodriguez, Logan Brookman, and Luis Reyes that will be in attendance in the audience. If you can’t be there and want to help support them through the groups GoFundMe campaign: ShadowStorm Studios Balance of Terror GoFundMe
It’s back to High School for the ComicPop Crew. We meet our new friends Hotaka, Niki, On-chan, and Soga, as they navigate the world of high school and relationships. Join us as we discuss this slice-of-life romp in Yuyuko Takemiya and Akira Kasukabe’s Shogo Manga Evergreen.
Here is another fun filled episode, by listening above, at www.comicpoplibrary.com, or wait until later today and it will be up on our iTunes feed.
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The crew of the Melbourne is needing your assistance. The Star Trek fan film production Storm Front Pt 1 has been posted and attached below and the second part is being edited now. So look forward for that to hit later this year. While they are editing part two of Storm Front the ShadowStorm Studios production crew is hard at work gearing up for the film Balance of Terror. Here’s your chance to help out with a film production in the Star Trek fan universe. They have the GoFundMe campaign running right now for their next film Balance of Terror. So make the jump here ShadowStorm Studios Balance of Terror GoFundMe and become part of the entertainment industry.
If you remember the last part of 2016 and into the first part of 2017 we have been posting “Visits” with the cast and crew of the Melbourne Star Trek Fan Film Production. The first part of their story is available now on ShadowStorm Studios YouTube channel and it has been officially named Stormfront a Star Trek Fan Film Production. This was a labor of love that our friends Vance Major and Jeremy Minard have been planning and working on for the past couple of years and they finally get to see their “child”, the U.S.S. Melbourne, off to the big wide World. Part of the fun for ComicPop Library was doing the “Visits” with everyone, but Vance and Jeremy had a surprise for us. They allowed the ComicPop Crew to have a cameo scene in the production. We are the crew of the U.S.S. Carson. Logan is the security officer that gets shot, Jonathon is the communications officer that gets stabbed, and I (Richard) am the Captain of the Ship – Captain Stapleton. Who would have known it would be so much fun to die. We had a great time during the shoot and visiting with everyone and the camaraderie that everyone shared. Without further a due here is Stormfront a Star Trek Fan Film Production through ShadowStorm Studios, have fun – Richard:
We enter the dark and treacherous would of espionage. It’s not always pretty and you don’t know who you can trust as friend or foe. Join the ComicPop Crew as we discuss Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting’s graphic novel Velvet Vol. 1: Before the Living End.
Join us for another fun episode by listening above, at www.comicpoplibrary.com or wait until later today and it will be up on our iTunes feed.
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Velvet Vol. 1: Before The Living End, Ed Brubaker – writer, Steve Epting – artist, Elizabeth Breitweiser – colorist, Chris Eliopoulos – letters, Image Comics, 2014. ISBN: 978-1607069645, $9.99,
Jonathon, Logan, and Richard take a trip back to Starbase Studios. While there we visit with Vance Major who is involved with several Star Trek fan films including Starship Valiant and Melbourne. We want to thank everyone that has done visits with ComicPop. We have had a great time with our guests and this past year and continued into this year we have had the best time having multiple guests on the show. So many thanks to our guests who have been patient with all the editing we have been doing with our visits.
Music Drops Used:
“Movin’ Right Along”, Kermit and Fozzie, The Muppet Movie SoundTrack, Atlantic Records, 1979.
As most of our friends know Starbase Studios has recently relocated. They are no longer in Oklahoma, but in Arkansas. Over the holidays they moved the sets and have begun re-building them at their new home. When the time comes and they are ready to schedule new fan film productions we will post to let everyone know. Until then the group of The Federation Files YouTube channel has released a time-lapse video of them reconstructing the bridge. Check it out these are two hard working gentlemen and I’m sure the productions of Valiant, Melbourne, Republic, and many others Star Trek fan film productions are glad to see the new studio taking shape:
Captain on the Bridge! ComicPop visits with Michael Sylvester on how he became involved with Melbourne a Star Trek fan film production and stepping into the role of the Captain of the ship, Captain Cooper.
Music clips used in this episode:
“For Too Long Instrumental (Melbourne Theme)”, Perfect Pursuit, 2016.