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B.A., Bob, Dave, Brian & Sara are ready to go live - Live Action Series that is! Help make the KoDT Movie a reality!
B.A., Bob, Dave, Brian & Sara are ready to go live - Live Action Series that is! Help make the KoDT Movie a reality!
B.A., Bob, Dave, Brian & Sara are ready to go live - Live Action Series that is! Help make the KoDT Movie a reality!
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    1. Ravenknight on

      Mr Whitman is obviously aiming at becoming a meme - in his own right and with another person's IP. Wouldn't be the first time.

    2. eric neumann on

      Not gonna click the link because I don't want to increase his views. I do wonder if he has permission from the walking dead people to make a film about his "character," I wonder what they would think if they saw it.

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      Matthew John Temple on

      Bit of a drive for me but it might be fun to go and ask him about the films.

    4. Jolly Blackburn on

      poor ken. No time or money to work on the movies folks gave him money to do. But he has plenty of time and money (and the equipment backers bought for him) to play in the woods making films with his friends.…

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      Chad H. on

      Re: Ken's Commerical - What the fuck happened with the sound there? Such poor quality. The ad itself is reminiscent of those that used to be before movies in the 1980's "Games and Comics, Conveniently located just outside this cinema..."

    6. Ken Carlson on

      Looks like Whitman's back to his old scams. Now he's suckering small-town people into thinking he's a "legitimate actor" after his 10 second non-speaking background roles on Walking Dead and McGuyver.

      No surprise, it's at the same game-store affiliated with his good ol' BFF Marcus King, the dude involved with selling items promised to Kickstarter backers who never got their stuff in the past.

      Looks like after his brief vacation in the "big city" of Atlanta and bilking indie actors out of cash for unproduced footage of them, produced using our camera equipment we funded, he's still on the run from them back to near home, and now suckering small-town people for acting lessons.

      Looks like it's today, Wednesday, if anyone nearby wants to serve him with legal papers, etc.

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      Peter Epperly on

      So, is anyone else going to pick up the mantle and produce some more episodes? I enjoyed the first 3 and would happily back some more. Just find someone better than Ken to get it done. The actor's btw were spot on and should be retained if anything is produced in the future.

    8. eric neumann on

      Ken is most likely just waiting and hoping eventually everyone will lose interest in him. He is also waiting for the statute of limitations to pass, which unless someone has in fact filed on him is a reasonable possibility for many claims as the clock tics. Reading the comments he posted on the link below I do wonder how he has never ended up in jail for a threatening people. He seems to be charmed against consequences for his actions. I hope someday he has a Saul on the raod to Damascus moment and changes.

    9. Jolly Blackburn on

      Just a reminder. I will continue to push Ken's buttons here once a month - just to ensure he's reminded of his responsibility. He is hoping people will forget about him as time marches on.

      I promise you come this August I will very noisy when there is yet again no progress.

    10. Jolly Blackburn on

      Sorry, was time for my monthly rant.

    11. Jolly Blackburn on

      Remember when Ken was spamming people with his six kickstarter project links with that meme, "do something Epic"...? Problem is we had no idea he was talking about failing epicly.

      He still has time apparently to push his money-making schemes using the equipment backes paid for but apparently zero time for an update. Let me take a wild guess here. The next update will be in September 2017 claiming he needs six more months to a year to finish the editing.

      Never mind the fact he's been claiming it's 95% edited for 18 months now.

      He's like an infected sore. You'd like to put a bandaid on it and move on but he just keeps festering and won't go away.

    12. Mad Martigan on

      @KenWhitman - please provide details of the progress made since your last update.
      Are you still on schedule for the revised delivery date that you provided in July 2016?

      I do not care about your personal life, I just want to receive the DVD that I paid for.

    13. Ravenknight on

      Thanks for the link Ken Carlson. So this is the end of the line? Mr Whitman's latest enabler is claiming that he is suicidal. Read the comments if you haven't they are... interesting.

    14. Ken Carlson on

      And now Ken "Whit" Whitman's back to using the camera/filming equipment we paid for to film personal promos for his BFF/apologist Marcus King's store now that he's moved back home around Corbin, KY, fleeing the indie actors demanding their money back from his time in Atlanta. Good to know he seems mentally so well balanced and totally not a lunatic in the comments too. Funny, if he'd just hand over the (possibly deleted by this point) footage to people, this project could (Mostly) be a bad memory by now.

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      Chad H. on

      I'd gladly sue Ken, if it wasnt the fact the court wasn't on the other side of the Atlantic...

      ...not for money, but for a judgement I could drag over to the bankruptcy process...

    16. Jeri Summers on

      I just finished reading some of the typical tirades Ken posted here; lashing out at the backers who understandably want what they paid for (my, how unreasonable we all are!), whining that people are being mean to him and keeping him from working (still don't see how trying to protect one's fellow citizens from potential fraud and broken promises by putting the truth of how these projects have unfolded keeps him from holding down a job), continuing to blame everyone but himself for why this project hasn't been delivered, complaining that Jolly "won't help me," (it's not Jolly's responsibility to save Ken from the messes he's made), and more nonsense about how backers asking legitimate questions about this project is "keeping him from working." Oh, and how he's received "100" emails of support when people are being mean to him. (Yes, that was sarcasm!) We just want our product! I didn't back Traveler or any other project associated with Ken so why should I have to wait for him to finish that and double ship to "save money?" How much can it cost to send a dvd in a paper wrapper? A dollar for a padded envelope or cardboard sleeve, a dollar or $1.50 for postage? I'll send him $3.00 to cover it if it means I can finally get what I paid $250 for! Another question: if Ken had to buy new equipment because the equipment he initially bought with the funds from this project was considered too old for him to work with, what happened to that equipment? Did he sell it? Does he still have it and can he sell it for money to fulfill his obligations to finish and ship these Kickstarter projects? Does the equipment technically belong to the project and therefore the backers? Does anyone know what he did with the equipment and if he sold it, where the money went? Has anyone audited the books on this project to see just how far in the red it is and confirm how funds were spent? My point is that if postage is Ken's main excuse for not being able to fulfill his obligations maybe people would be willing to pay for postage just to get their stuff at long last! Although since I paid $250 for a dvd it seems silly that I have to pay a few more bucks just to get that dvd but if I have to, so be it! In my opinion, Ken could do a lot to redeem himself if he'd stop attacking and bickering with backers that have legitimate complaints about how he's failed to fulfill his obligations in a timely manner, put his head down and work, finish it and ship it. Then it's over and he can move forward. No more excuses, trying to shift blame and otherwise making the situation worse; just focus, finish and ship...done deal! I think I can speak for most of us when I write that we really don't care about Ken's personal problems and how life isn't what he thought it was going to be right now. We all have problems but that's life; we deal with it and move on. This is a strictly business arrangement: Ken promised a product, was given money to produce the product and now, years later, the investors are still waiting for delivery. We don't want to hear excuses or tirades against backers with legitimate concerns, we just want to know that Ken is going to deliver and do so as soon as possible. Three years is a long time to be patient, after all. People are understandably going to be frustrated and upset. Ken can still salvage the situation. I hope he chooses to do so and steps it up.

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      Peter Epperly on

      So, when do we get to see some more Live Action KODT? The first 3 episodes were great.

    18. Pierre-Adrien Beauplet

      @Jolly Blackburn: Wait, 13 months? I thought Ken would be done by next August. Did he kick the can further down the road at some point?

    19. Jolly Blackburn on

      Only 13 months until Ken Whitman delivers KODTLAS. Wheeee!

    20. Ravenknight on

      @Jolly Blackburn - Yes, it says a lot.

      @Charles Martinell - Life must be swell when you can con 795 people and only get 20 enemies... ;)

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      Charles Martinell on

      I often wonder if I can play myself in the tv version of this story......I'm apparently one of the 20 people who hate Ken. Yes I am. Thanks again for taking my cash and not fulfilling the dvd's.

    22. Jolly Blackburn on

      So Mr. Whitman is bragging on another site that no one will ever bother suing him because he doesn't have any money. Bragging!! That says a lot about him.

    23. Jolly Blackburn on

      sort of strange isn't it...? Guy comes back to a game store to peddle for money — after owing backers so much? It would be one thing if all that money raised had gone toward producign product and he came up short due to problems beyond his control. But we know better.

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      Phil Marshall on

      "Will w**k for coins"

    25. Ken Carlson on

      Oh lord. Ken/Whit Whitman's actually *charging* $18 bucks a photo at his BFF Marcus King's store. For an autographed photo of a dude who did nothing but stand there in the background menacingly in one episode of the walking dead, a non-speaking minor role. Red Shirts in Star Trek have more right to charge, good lord. Maybe he'll try another gofraudme for writing nasty Haiku to someone like he's done in the past to raise money next. Good lord. This is sad comedy. Hope someone's got it on film, and some legal papers have been served appropriately, from folks here and from Spinward Traveler, Pencil Dice, and Castles & Crusades. (Though those IP owners don't seem as concerned that Whitman ripped off all their fans, I hope they take this opportunity to serve the appropriate legal papers.

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      Phil Marshall on

      A leopard cannot change its shorts

    27. Jolly Blackburn on

      So just under a year in Georgia and he left owing people money... Not surprising.

    28. Ken Carlson on

      Well, folks, looks like Ken/Whit Whitman himself, the one & only, will be available for you to meet, serve legal papers to alongside your legal council or state Attorney General of choice, at the below game shop, in *Kentucky*, this Saturday.

      It appears he's making an appearance at his best bud Marcus King's game store to sign autographs from his brief appearance last season on the Walking Dead. The same Marcus King whose game store was last seen re-selling Kickstarter merchandise that didn't go to the backers of Traveler, etc...

      The word is now that he's had to leave Atlanta, GA, following reports of actors who paid him to record demo footage (using our camera equipment), and not doing so. Another scam act that caught up to him.

      Thus, he's apparently run home to Corbin, Kentucky, right in Marcus King's backyard, and about 3 hours from where he previously lived during this scam Kickstarter, in Brandenburg.

      I'm sure this is of obvious interest to anyone wishing to hand him legal paperwork in person, and also multiple states' Attorney Generals hunting him down.

      Spread the word, to Spinward Traveler, Pencil Dice, Castles & Crusades, Whit Studios' jilted actors in Atlanta, and beyond. Hope everyone perusing legal remedy for his countless scams and theft of our cash has an opportunity to get his "autograph" on some legal paperwork.

    29. Jolly Blackburn on

      Phil, he's clearly hoping this follows him less as time passes. It's always worked for him in the past before social media.

    30. Jolly Blackburn on

      Another month with zero progress or any updates. I guess yearly updates of "sorry, going to be another year" is the business model here.

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      Phil Marshall on

      Jolly, just issuing a ridiculous date cannot set aside Ken's obligations to his customers, especially when we have previous statements contradicting his latest ones, surely?

    32. Ken Carlson on

      Happy Halloween everyone! Everyone's dressing as Faeries, Witches, Unicorns, and other mythical nonexistant beings, so I'm thinking of dressing as a finished KODT LAS DVD, or maybe a 20 Years of Covers softcover book!

      Granted, it's hard to imagine what those sort of imaginary things look like, they don't exist after all, but if Whitman was able to dress up as a respectable director years ago, I figure it can't be that hard!

      Happy Halloween!

    33. Jolly Blackburn on

      Sadly Ravenknight that's because he's kicked the can down the road another year and we won't be seeing or hearing much until people start demanding answers when nothing happens with the new date. And then he'll kick that can down the road some more.

    34. Ravenknight on

      And two more weeks passed without communication from mr Whitman.

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      Phil Marshall on

      Legally speaking, my last comment was a "joke"

    36. Impact! Miniatures on

      A story due to the KODT: LAS Kickstarter.

      After Pencil Dice rose from the ashes of this KickStarter ... so did Knights of the Dinner Table Chibi Miniatures

      Because of my love for KODT, I was an eager backer of the KODT: LAS KickStarter. I have been a bit horrified to see Jolly Blackburn's wonderful IP left in the dust of this KickStarter gone off the tracks. This upset me for several reasons. 1) Jolly is a great individual and known benefactor of the gaming community. 2) KickStarter is a major investment tool of my company and when one goes badly in the fantasy/gaming realm it means my possible future backers might not want to back another KickStarter and 3) The Creator has been regularly abusing the backers.

      As a result of all this ... I've done what I could to help. I've helped get data on the backers to assist verifying claims by the Creator. When it was revealed he had sold backer rewards to a retail outlet instead of sending them to the backers, I sent free product to the retail outlet that they could sell to cover the cost of shipping those items as rewards to the backers who should have received them.

      During all of this, I mentioned to Jolly in July 2015 that I would love to run a KickStarter with the KODT IP so that I could give him what I believe would be a very positive experience with a KickStarter of his licensed IP. Jolly let me know he was not against trying another KODT KickStarter. This led to a year of conversations about what would the design of the miniatures would be, art proof of concepts for approval and even a Kenzer & Co employee sucking on a prototype model at Gen Con 2016 to try and figure out what chemicals were in the model when Jolly wondered. All events leading to a license contract signed on September 26, 2016 to bring you this project!

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      Chad H. on

      I don't think thats the case Phil. I think we could go the legal court route if we wanted, but we need someone on the ground to talk to a lawyer near him to get us some estimates.

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      Phil Marshall on

      Legally, Ken only has to fob us off once every two months

    39. Ravenknight on

      And once again: nothing but silence. During the last month we got a couple of bloopers that we have seen before alongside (of course) insults towards backers of the project and then... nothing.

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      Natasha Neame on

      Same here - plus I paid a pretty considerable amount & should be getting more than just the disks anyway (not that I think i'm getting anything.)

    41. Jeri Summers on

      Chad, I didn't see the survey but I want discs, not downloads. I paid for a tangible product. It isn't our responsibility to make fulfilling his commitments easy for Ken.

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      Chad H. on

      One of those "Nos" did say it would be acceptable under certain conditions (No involvement from Ken and an apology).

      I wont draw any conclusions from it, as numbers are low. But it does suggest that people would not accept anything less than what they've been promised.

      However, I do suggest Ken, for his own sake, does his own survey, sent out as an update, asking the entire backer community if they'd take it. He's more likely to get a significant sample than me.

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      Chad H. on

      So, to the survey I linked to, I got 9 responses.

      Bearing in mind that this is a low number of responses, and that the link would only have been seen by the most "noisy" of us. 7 people insisted on physical discs, 2 would be happy with downloads instead.

    44. Ravenknight on

      @Jolly Blackburn
      I think it's safe to say that they don't seem to care very much.

    45. Jolly Blackburn on

      "Be respectful and considerate." I must confess, Kickstarter. I'm finding that extremely hard to do regarding this creator when he actively bullies and harasses his backers.

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      Chad H. on

      One has to wonder if the background was changed to that image with the copyright holders permission.... And if that Copyright owner might be inclined to submit a DMCA.

      Never mind me, just wondering aloud.

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      Charles Martinell on

      Just a kick in the ribs. Blooper reels....really don't care about bloopers when the product is unfinished.

    48. Ravenknight on

      @Ken Carlson
      Just the kind of class act I've come to expect from mr Whitman.

    49. Jolly Blackburn on

      I noticed that K. Carson - a bit of salt in the wound for some I would think.

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