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The Adventure Continues...

After numerous delays, new scripts for Final Frontier are coming. Our first adventure is nearly finished, and we are in the process of commissioning some new art to go along with it. Final Frontier: The Empty Eye follows Chase and his crew as they fight to save their ship from destruction in the far reaches of the galaxy. Also, Donal eats some futuristic potato chips. Spoilers!

The script will be posted in parts, just like we did with the pilot. We're writing with an aim toward recreating the way you would have watched it online, in 8-10 minute chunks that connect together to tell a larger story. The Empty Eye is in four parts. We've got stories planned after that as well, so hopefully it won't be another three years between episodes. But you never know.

So gimme a week or so to make sure the script is flawless, and then join us here for part one. We'll post an annoucement on the facebook page when it happens. Thanks for reading! Many fun things ahead.



Reader Comments (11)

Yay, finally! Can't wait! =)

October 29, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDamon

At last! Will the other scripts be coming more quickly?

November 3, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterbatty

The first four parts are done, so there will be a new script each week for a month. And we should be getting storyboards as well, though maybe not simultaneously. After that we will hopefully move right into the next episode, but there may be a short break.

November 4, 2012 | Registered CommenterDoug

By the way, once you are finished publishing all the four scripts of the first episode, are going you to publish a final scripts, merging all the four parts of the episode into one, like you did with the pilot?

November 4, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterbatty

Yeah, but I recommend reading them week by week so the cliffhangers sink in. When everything's done, I'd also like to do one PDF that has the whole script and all the storyboards. I meant to do that for the pilot as well, but it's a lot of work. So no promises.

November 4, 2012 | Registered CommenterDoug

Just to ask, if gold is once again the color of command and red is the color of security and other departaments, does this mean that blue is once again the color of sciences?

November 6, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterbatty

Yup. Blue is unchanged.

November 6, 2012 | Registered CommenterDoug

Guys just found your site, love the artwork, are you planning to get this out as animated web series or is Paramount gonna let you take it to a network? Cause, this is great, and the ENTERPRISE design you did looks very cool, I like it a lot. Look forward to seeing more guys.

Mark aka mcsurveyor@yahoo.com

November 7, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMark C.

Out of curiosity, will Chase have another protocol officer to replace Preston?

November 8, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterbatty

Mark - The idea was pitched to Paramount (well, CBS Interactive) as a web series about five years ago. Things were looking good for a while, and then it all fell apart. So we put everything up online to share with the fans. The new episodes will exist only here on the site in script form with storyboards and some concept art. Sadly, I don't think it'll ever see the light of day as animation. Thanks for the support. Spread the word if you can, and I hope you like the new scripts.

Batty - We've been fighting over whether to introduce a new protocol officer or not. He's not in my script but I have a feeling you'll see a new one pop up in a later episode.

November 8, 2012 | Registered CommenterDoug

Awesome pictures and an interesting concept.
I'm writing fanfiction novels myself und i like your kind of creativity.

Good luck with your project.

Live long and prosper

December 26, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDavid

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