Old Redeye is back and that's not to suggest Barry Renshaw has been a little greedy with the sauce but rather to announce the return of the monthly magazine, this time in pdf format, primarily focussing on the indie British comics scene. What can we say, it's quite simply brilliant and is bursting at the seams with news, reviews, features and art and is more than worth the measly £1/$1.50 price of a download.
To BackToFrankBlack campaigners, Barry is no stranger. He created and designed our exclusive merchandise range, is an active member of the Millennium fan community, created the artwork that graces our intro page and continues to plug this campaign with a five, yes five, page spread in this very magazine.
Showing support for the people that in turn support us is vital. Their time, devotion and energy for this campaign swallows their spare time and is done for with nothing asked for in return. Support the supporters is a phrase I'm fond of so do exactly that. £1 of your money will entertain you more than you ever thought it could.
• REDEYE MAGAZINE ISSUE 2.1: 114 pages, colour, PDF format, 82mb direct download. Just £1/$1.50! Download it from www.enginecomics.co.uk/redeye
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From the very beginning, this campaign has been proud to have had the support and encouragement of Ten Thirteen luminary, Frank Spotnitz. Frank was involved in no fewer than forty four episodes of Millennium and is evidently an individual who knows this franchise inside and out. Frank has very generously agreed to give of his time, again, to speak to BackToFrankBlack and we cannot thank him enough for the warmth he has extended to us.
For that reason we urge you to check out this very blog at the weekend for an opportunity to hear BackToFrankBlack's latest interview with the 1013 luminary himself.
All that and a new competition coming soon, an exclusive behind the scenes look at 'Jose Chung's Doomsday Defense' and news of an exciting new online magazine that will be supporting the campaign each and every week.
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This is one of my favourite blog categories to update because it's you're category, the little grotto we've tucked aside to share your thoughts, emails, artwork and so on and believe me when I say that everything we receive is very much appreciated. Like the great man himself it would appear that a number of Lance Henriksen supporters are very talented artists and this little gem arrived courtesy of a new friend of ours at our Youtube channel by the name of Kyle which was lovingly created by artist Yayoi Neko, the author of Media Blasters' "Incubus." Check out her fantastic DeviantArt page here!
I was absolutely blown away by this, there's no way on earth I could create anything even approaching the skill and talent on display here and I'm sure you will join with me in congratulating the artist on a rather fantastic piece of art.
Don't let such mastery put you off mind, you don't need to be a budding Van Gogh to make an appearance on our Blog. Taking the time to write to us, telling us about your love of the show and why you want to see Frank Black return is a perfect way to demonstrate the level of support and admiration that still exists for Frank Black and we are always eager to hear from you guys. So as soon as you've sent those letters to 20th Century Fox, put finger to keyboard and drop us a line at email@example.com.
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It's time once again for another helping of televisual goodness from my friend and yours, Josef who has been busy cutting and mixing another episode of Millennium to create yet another stunning montage video. We have to give credit to him because with each new video release comes another Youtube friend, email or subscription from a Millennium fan who wasn't aware of our campaign. Today's treat? A rather dark little montage taken from the episode, "Dead Letters."
So grab that popcorn and settle down for another instalment of Avatar Vision. Don't forget, let Josef know what you think of his efforts in our comments section.
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BacktoFrankBlack: The Millennium Group Sessions, hosted by Troy Foreman and co-hosted by Jim McLean is now available for free download via our website AND on ITunes!
Please download our free podcast to support the campaign and the guests who have graciously contributed their time to the campaign!
To download from BacktoFrankBlack.com
- For the enhanced image podcast (with some pretty exclusive photos) for Itunes and Ipod lovers: Click here! 20MB 80 mins)
- For a high quality podcast (no images embedded into this one): Right click here and select "save link as.." (approx 73MB 80 mins)
- To subscribe to the Itunes podcast, simply load up the Itunes store on your Itunes application, search for BacktoFrankBlack and wait for the podcast to pop onto the list. Then click "subscribe" - you will need to sign up to a free Itunes account to do this - but Itunes does run a great service for podcasts of all types (including our friends ThaDarkSideVibe and Spooktalkular)
BacktoFrankBlack: Millennium Group Sessions 07 - Omerta Pt 2
In the seventh episode in the Millennium Group Sessions series, Troy and Jim speak to Omerta guest star Jon Polito (Homicide: Life On The Street, Miller's Crossing, The Big Nothing) and talk about his prolific career and his love for Millennium. It's a fun, informative and charming interview. Expect an abridged version on the blog in the future along with a great hi-res image of Jon on set.
Also, Millennium Group Sessions #7 has more news, updates and informal chat with your hosts Troy Foreman and Jim McLean.
This free podcast is available on a fortnightly basis via ITUNES and BacktoFrankBlack.com. We'll naturally update you all on information on the podcast from this blog as well.
With ITUNES, anyone who has an Itunes friendly account will be able to subscribe easily and download the podcasts as they are released. We recommend the ITUNES friendly enhanced podcast because each episode will have its unique set of images to accompany the chatter!
Finally - apologies on a few bad links we've had on Klea Scott's interview - a compounded problem caused by a few file name repairs made in the server folder. Sorry for the inconvenience - my bad - and sorry to Klea! :) All fine now!
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