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VIRTUAL SEASON 6- OCT 29TH 2016
ENGINECOMICS posted a topic in MillenniuM Virtual SeasonsHi all, I've debated a long time about whether to commit to this, but I've decided to go for it. A thirteen issue comic series, a Millennium Virtual Season 6, will be posted online for free on October 28th 2016, just in time for Halloween and the shows' 20th anniversary. This is a culmination of the original ground work by myself and fellow VS6 partners Harry Smyth and Joe McBrayer from back in 2009, conducted in secret on this very forum, reworked and updated by myself. As a comic book artist and writer proud of what we developed, and inspired by the recent IDW series, and as a die hard fan, I felt compelled to get my version of the VS6 out there. Some basics- each issue will be released for free weekly on a Friday night, starting 28th October, on a dedicated blog (tba), in various downloadable formats. They will each be a minimum of 45-60 pages long (a standard US format comic is usually 28 pages of story in a 32 page comic). This is a lot of pages so I'm starting a year in advance. It will be unrelated to the IDW series and continue in the universe laid down in the previous VS4 and VS5. I'd strongly recommend reading those first (spoilers, sweetie). The plot of this season and (if it doesn't kill me and if i don't get a cease and desist) a proposed 7th season is already worked out in advance. I'll be releasing behind the scenes stuff such as scripts, photo-shoots of models, process videos and sketchbook material a couple weeks after each relevant episode. I love seeing that stuff myself from other artists so hopefully a few people will find that interesting too. I will have need of 'guest stars' for certain characters through the season, so if you fancy seeing your face in the comic, feel free to DM me a headshot and I'll get back to you with the relevant details. Needless to say this is an independent fan production, unrelated to and unendorsed by 1013 Productions, cast and crew, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc or its related entities in any way. It's just a bit of fun, kids. Anyway anyone with any questions fire away below. Cheers.
Dear friends, Many of you have read the recent posts about Millennium Virtual Season Six and I hope some of you are considering joining Baz, Joe and Harry in pulling it together as it looks set to be a remarkable production and new Millennium, in any format, should be welcomed. I don't know how many of you have had the chance to view Millennium VS4 and VS5 but believe me I cannot recommend highly enough that you do. Some time ago I had the pleasure to speak to Dan Owen about his time on VS4 and not that VS6 has moved into production it seemed like the perfect time to talk to our very own Zeusfaber about his work on VS5. You can read all about it here. At BTFB, we've had the chance to interview a number of people involved with the show but there is something really gratifying about interviewing one of our friends and one of those individuals who's sheer hard work has further enriched the Millennium community and given us more stories in the years since the show has been off air so please do head on over, check it out and show support for one of our own. This is who we are! Eth
Guest posted a topic in MillenniuM Virtual SeasonsIt has been discovered that someone calling themselves inernoligger007 aka Eric Sharp has been plagiarising both the virtual fourth and fifth seasons, passing off other people's hard work as their own. At a location I will not link to, this individual released scripts in HTML formal called "Uncertain Future" and "Who They Are" that contain virtually no original material but were instead copied and pasted from a number of existing scripted episodes, most notably "Gestalt" and "Blood and Water" from VS4, and "Gotterdammerung", "Chrysalis", "One and Many" and "Laicite" from VS5. Also stolen from VS5 was the video main title sequence, featuring the taglines "watch... wonder... who decides?" Do not be fooled. This person did not create any of this. The video sequence is the work of VS5 Art Director JT Vaughn and nobody else. The scripts contain copied segments from various existing episodes juggled out of order and with a few names changed. They are the work of the original authors, stolen by this individual. This is plagiarism and it is not acceptable. It should not be allowed to prosper. Fortunately, after being exposed, all the offending material has now been removed. I would ask that everyone remain vigilant, and to alert the relevant producers should they ever suspect that something like this is happening again.
Created by dedicated Millennium fans who were eager to carry on the tales of Frank Black and The Millennium Group. Please feel free to discuss the Virtual Fourth Season here in this forum, designed to both regenerate interest in this professionally created series of episodes and to let a whole new generation of Millennium fans so that they can be aware that the episodes exist. The Millennium Virtual Fourth Season has previously been available at The Millennium Compendium, the ancient Millennium usenet newsgroup and The Millennial Abyss. It can now be found hosted here in our Downloads section in a choice of modern formats: https://millennium-thisiswhoweare.net/tiwwa/files/category/21-vs4-millennium-virtual-season-4/ Meanwhile, the excellent Virtual Season 5 is also available to enjoy!