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8.01.2007

The Roboblog Chronicles: Episode 13

Yes, I know, I'm on a rather crap schedule right now. Kind of hard to keep on task when you don't see any good reason to get out of bed in the morning. But by golly, here I am in my orange Japanese Transformers shirt after a night of no sleep talking about ROBOTECH for all you good little boys & girls out there! Yes, for YOU!

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  • Yes, I was the one who asked Tommy about the radio drama. He mentioned they are part of SAG, so anyone doing the homework, figure out what the going rate for SAG members is. And if they record this on a rush basis like they did Robotech, they shouldn't need that much time. But, sadly, Intersound is no more. I don't know where they would record.

    But if a new Babylon 5 DVD can be made after all these years, I don't see how it could be so impossible to get a few voice afters together and read a script - one possibly based on stories already written.

    BTW, Tom Bateman had an idea about 10 years ago to do Robotech books on tape. He wanted to get one or two voice actors per book and record them reading the novels. Not as good as a radio drama, but I'd love to see that happen.

    By Blogger Admiral DMC McKeever, at 01 August, 2007 19:10  

  • Radio Dramas would not be that expensive...especially if they sold them on Itunes..I am willing to bet that at 1.99 an eppy if the sotry was good enough they would make the cash back. But this is HG we are talking about...they would rather not make money if it would save them the pain of actually working lol...err hmm.

    By Blogger AdmiralHunter, at 02 August, 2007 00:06  

  • One idea would be to take an old comic and to post it on RT.com each week. They've got this library of old comics that no one's read and is damn near impossible to find on the internet (besides BitTorrent). It would easily get people coming back week after week.

    By Blogger Darkwater, at 04 August, 2007 17:17  

  • I like that idea. Even though I have read every comic they published up through their AP run (I didn't read any of the new publisher's comics other than Prelude), I'd still buy that. In fact, why not do Prelude to the Shadow Chronicles? It ties into what they are promotion now, and, like you said, the comics are damn near impossible to find.

    By Blogger Admiral DMC McKeever, at 04 August, 2007 20:53  

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