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An animated parody of a classic television program, with 3D-animated puppets! (No felt will be harmed in this production!)
An animated parody of a classic television program, with 3D-animated puppets! (No felt will be harmed in this production!)
106 backers pledged $2,202 to help bring this project to life.

They're Here! They're Here!

Very excited to report that the DVDs have arrived from the replicators!

Once again I want to thank each and every backer for your support! It's still kind of hard to believe that this is real. :-)

I'm going to go out and get envelopes and stuff this weekend and begin mailing them out on Monday. I'm going to split it up over a few days, but all discs will be in the mail next week!

I'll update again after the Dallas Comic Con (May 19-20) and report on how they fare. Also, I'd love to hear what you think about it.

This has been a dream project of mine for such a long time... Thanks again for helping me make it happen!

Mark

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    1. Creator Charlie Rengel on May 5, 2012

      NICE! Looking forward to my copy!

    2. Creator sgllama on May 3, 2012

      Surely no true fan needs to *watch* Amok Time, you just close your eyes and play it in your mind! No, no, be careful of that hypo!

    3. Creator Mark R. Largent on May 3, 2012

      Awesome, Dusty, thanks! Just stop short of waterboarding when you do that. :-) What makes a great double-feature is to watch the original episode first. You can see if for free on startrek.com and it's available via Netflix streaming and Amazon Prime, too.

    4. Creator Dusty White on May 3, 2012

      This is great! I am excited. I will make all of my friends watch it.

    5. Creator Mark R. Largent on May 3, 2012

      Thanks, Gary! Right now I'm working on the episodes for the Paunk! Show webseries, which I'm hoping to launch before the end of the month. After the convention, I plan on finding a way to make the DVDs available for sale online.

      I really want to see how it's received at the convention before making any longterm plans. I'd like to do a second parody movie, this time parodying a TNG episode for a second season of the web series, but obviously, I want to see if there's really a market for this before committing to another five months of work.

      The best-case scenario is that they go over really well and then I can replicate more copies to sell and jump into making the next one!

    6. Creator gary on May 3, 2012

      well done, mark. on to dallas comic con, and then what's next?