Matt Price, over at the The Oklahoman/News9,
has a piece about Star Trek's
40th Anniversary, and quotes me, dining out once again on something I did 14 years ago: "Back in 1992, my childhood pal Rick Austin was a producer for MTV's movie show ‘The Big Picture,'" Young said. "Rick called me to help him write the bridge-shot framing sequences and be an all-purpose 'Star Trek' encyclopedia — just one of those things where all the Star Trek lore and trivia I'd collected in my brain over the years was vital to a project."
And good ol' Matt slips in a plug for Astronauts in Trouble,
as well. It's good to be the king.
Wesley Craig Green interviews me for his great site Independent Propaganda:
"On the other hand, while we totally strive to give this sort of personal attention, our first customer is also used to an economy of scale from Marvel and DC that an independent press just can’t match. What are they, now? 83-85% of the market place? Add in Dark Horse and Image, and you get up to around 92%, which means every single other publisher
is fighting for 8% of the marketplace. The entire back of the Previews catalog is carving up that 8%."
"Scarlett must try to stay alive in order to make it home.
Unfortunately, she's pissed off practically everybody else and ignites a huge war between rival gangs. Luckily, Scarlett keeps her cool and her dry wit. What action hero would she be without some choice dialogue and one-liners? The story is loosely based on writer Kirsten Baldock's experiences as a cigarette girl. Her first-hand accounts of girls from competiting companies getting into fights and carrying switchblades inspired the mayhem of Smoke and Guns.
"Uno dei più grandi successi indie americani degli ultimi anni." Demo
in Italian, and sits right up with the French Electric Girl
and the Portugese Badlands.