Follow-up & falling down.

In a follow-up to the aforementioned review, at the This Divided State blog, Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles composer Scott Glasgow writes a little about how he approached scoring the film and remarks upon why he didn't take more of the TV series score as jumping off point for his work on the film.

So it looks like RDF Underground is on hiatus for the foreseeable future. Hmm. Between that and Chris Meadows breaking format and slotting in a non-ROBOTECH guest on the next Space Station Liberty Talkcast this week ... well, I suppose that in particular is just a matter of timing (Meadows is still talking to Melanie "Lisa Hayes" MacQueen next week), but I don't know, I guess there's a certain amount of calm before the storm sinking in, a certain amount of burnout from those of us who were coasting on the rising Shadow Chronicles buzz ... for some people, I guess there's only so long they can keep on talking about ROBOTECH week in and week out. Me, I wouldn't know anything about that ...

[Update (4:12 p.m.): I am informed in the comments that, despite the fact that an e-mail came to me from Chris stating that the Peter S. Beagle interview was going to be on Space Station Liberty, it's actually on his Biblio File talkcast. I guess somebody got some wires crossed somewhere; sorry 'bout that.]

Speaking of coasting on buzzes, I should probably go try and grab a couple of hours of sleep before work, especially if I intend on getting a certain thing done this coming afternoon.


  • Good news more robotech is
    coming I would like to say
    we have finished our adaptation of the book End of Circle in manga format, It will be in black and white and actually we had help from some japanese manga artist who helped with project. It will be made available at the begining of may 2007, if you like manga this one you
    will enjoy it, they will not be colored pictured for thosee who enjoy these marvel comics, everything is going to be just in black and white. Just sit
    back and relax and wait until may.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 22 January, 2007 07:00  

  • The Space Station Liberty page linked above doesn't say anything about non-Robotech guest. You might be thinking of Chris Meadows' unrelated Biblio File talkcast. The Biblio File, not Space Station Liberty, is hosting Peter S. Beagle this week, and that show already had three non-Robotech guests.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 22 January, 2007 12:04  

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