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Messages - Steve Green

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News / Re: Strontium Dog Without Wagner or Ezquerra
« on: 15 May, 2019, 12:57:10 pm »
I don't have an easy answer on this - I guess if you're going to do it, it would be preferable to have a single artist on a run at least if not for the new creative team, at least to make their mark. Rather than ABC Warriors it with an artist here, and an artist there.

The record on new creative teams taking over characters is patchy to say the least though.

Up until now, and for those reasons it seemed best to leave it be, but if it doesn't work out it's not going to erase what I've enjoyed over the decades, and considering I've worked on fanfic at John's request and with Carlos' blessing, I'd be a bit hypocritical to object to someone else doing the same, even if they are getting paid to do it.

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Classifieds / Re: JUDGE MINTY COLLECTION
« on: 12 May, 2019, 10:30:49 pm »
No probs!

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Classifieds / Re: JUDGE MINTY COLLECTION
« on: 12 May, 2019, 06:50:34 pm »
Good luck with it Ian, I've posted it on the Minty fb group.

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Events / Re: Rob Liefeld at LFCC2019
« on: 10 May, 2019, 08:49:51 am »
More fool them.

Shows how privileged we've been over her to be able to sit in the pub and natter with 2000 AD creators.

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Books & Comics / Re: Pat Mills and 2000 AD royalties
« on: 09 May, 2019, 09:47:00 pm »
Also some rights on Terrameks (or at least IPC only had first publishing rights) - there was another thing somewhere which seemed to imply that Strontium Dog was initially going to be creator owned, or appeared as such in Starlord before management got wind of it.

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Creative Common / Re: Venus Bluegenes shoot
« on: 09 May, 2019, 08:33:01 pm »
What, 'are you doing another film'?

Answer: No.

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Creative Common / Venus Bluegenes shoot
« on: 09 May, 2019, 10:55:07 am »
A month or so ago I had a meetup with Steve S and Lauren just to have a bit of fun with the new Rogue Trooper helmet.

Ostensibly to flog the helmets, but since they sold out in 9 mins, the photos have been kicking around.

Anyway starting to work up a few.


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General / Re: Comixology IDW Judge Dredd sale!
« on: 07 May, 2019, 02:40:52 pm »
Dredd: Year One I'd describe as if you were doing a movie Dredd on a decent budget, or if you wanted a good intro to the strip without all the baggage.

Great Simon Coleby art too.

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News / Re: Rebellion Sets Up $100 Million U.K. Film and TV Studio
« on: 02 May, 2019, 08:29:11 am »
The last article I saw about the studios which seemed to have more concrete news than these clickbait sites was this one.

"Jason Kingsley said the company is “steeped in the idea of doing things ourselves. We want to emulate what we do in computer games, where we are vertically integrated fully, so we self-fund our titles – the development, production and marketing of them – and then take them through to distribution with partners like Microsoft and Sony.”

Kingsley added that the acquisition of the studio was spurred on by the fact that Rebellion was finding it tricky to book space in the UK to make its projects. He said the size of the studio plus its location near Rebellion’s HQ and the fact that it is less than an hour from London and Heathrow made it a perfect choice.

Kingsley said the studio would act as collateral when Rebellion is putting together deals on its productions. “We can provide the facilities – they can be part of our investment.”

He said the first Rebellion film to shoot there is likely to be an adaption of teen apocalypse drama School’s Out, based on the book published by Rebellion, which is set to film in the spring. Mega City One and Rogue Trooper could possibly go into production next autumn, he added."

https://www.broadcastnow.co.uk/tech/two-major-tv-and-film-studios-to-open-in-oxfordshire/5135055.article


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Film & TV / Re: Game of Thrones: the last series
« on: 29 April, 2019, 09:53:11 pm »
That was enormous fun.

Struggled a bit with following who was where in the gloom, not helped by watching it in daytime or stay off social media just in case but some great sequences

The lighters for the Dothraki and the subsequent snuffing out, Mormont and the Giant

I had to rewind on Arya's attack, when I first watched it I thought there was someone else attacking with her

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General / Re: Space Spinner 2000AD
« on: 23 April, 2019, 10:54:56 pm »
The shoulder stuff was great - it's almost a heads, shoulders, knees and toes riff.

The happy crab which snips off impetigo's foot always makes me smile.

Bearing in mind Alpha's time tech, and what he did to his dad, it could have gone even darker.

Kill Bubba, revive, Kill Bubba, revive, repeat for days, weeks even.

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