Post by Martin "The Jovian" Markov on May 28, 2017 13:33:35 GMT -6
Cool, I might check this out. I'm currently collaborating with Jon Van Pelt on a project, well I say collaboration, it's more like "he writes, I edit and give a few re-writes", but the app might come in handy.
Post by Martin "The Jovian" Markov on Jan 11, 2017 10:19:51 GMT -6
So, is this show still happening Mr. Van Pelt? It looks really good, if you need help with the writing process I am ready and willing to be your staff writer. I've studied film making and scriptwriting in college and I am writing my own scripts at the moment so I do have experience writing and formatting scripts.
Post by Martin "The Jovian" Markov on Jan 11, 2017 10:00:11 GMT -6
So, does anybody know what happened to Enuma Elish? It seems like an awesome show to me and I can't find it anywhere. I've already read all of Reality and with most meatspace shows still on hiatus I really need a dose of sci-fi ASAP.
I love that you took the time to sit down and read this crazy show. I have so much fun writing and plotting it, and it really allows my creative juices to flow in ways I hadn't thought of. I've never seen Sliders, so any comparisons to thought are completely unintentional, as I have tried to make this show incredibly unique and fresh in terms of following these characters and their interactions in various dimensions and worlds. I'm glad you're left with all these questions, because that's exactly what I wanted to happen! I think you might have inspired me to turn some attention to this series for a while
All I can say is that I've tried to take concepts and universes that have been visited before and spin them in a way that was my own (ie. "The Light Man," a serial killer in a pacifist world, and a homage/parallel between 1984 and Lily's past). Like I've said, I've never seen Sliders so I'm completely unaware of what that show has done in terms of different worlds and plot points. Hopefully the dimensions in the future come across as more creative, because I would like to say I've got some pretty good ones up my sleeve!
If you haven't seen Sliders it's a great show (for the first two seasons after that it's... ugh.), it's also about dimensional travel and if it's on Netflix where you live you should check it out, it might be inspirational. If you need a staff writer to get the season done faster I'm more than willing to pen an episode or two for you. I was planning on writing my own series about parallel Earths and pitching it to VPN (I'm about a quarter done with writing the 2-hour pilot) but since your show is a thing I figured I'd give you a hand instead.
Post by Martin "The Jovian" Markov on Jan 9, 2017 10:42:07 GMT -6
Hey guys, newbie here. You can call me Martin if you'd like. So I've just finished reading episode 3 and my god, I wish this was a real show. It was well written and I adore the Alcatraz-meets-Sliders premise, Lily and Adam make for a great couple and I've really started to root for them despite them being murder-hobos. I'll maybe get around to writing a more in-depth review of each episode but for now all I've got to say is that I want this to continue. I want to know who did the thing to the traveler, I want to know if Lily and Adam will become better people, Adam does seem to regret the actions that led him to jail and if the last episode was an indicator Lily is on her path to doing the same.
My only real gripe with the show is that the universes Adam and Lily visit are very unoriginal, a Wild West world, a pacifist "utopia" world and a 1984 clone world, I'm pretty sure Sliders did all of those. But this is another reason why I want more of this show, so I can see all the crazy out-there universes you can think of.
Post by Martin "The Jovian" Markov on Jan 8, 2017 11:42:40 GMT -6
Despite the somewhat wonky science in the premise (dark matter cannot interact with regular matter in any way except through gravity) this looks really interesting, I'm a sucker for space operas and time travel. Now if somebody can direct me to the show's release thread (if it's out) it would be much appreciated.
Post by Martin "The Jovian" Markov on Jan 8, 2017 11:34:59 GMT -6
I would love to see all of these. The Buffyverse really did go out with a whimper (not counting the comics) and this does feel like a fitting end (or continuation, whichever you're planning on making it) to the franchise.