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Emilie Rommel Shimkus writes about strong female characters and JourneyQuest for Geekmom.com
And—as an actor—I would MUCH rather play a smart, engaged, funny, seeking, struggling character than one whose description begins and ends with, “she is beautiful and strong, late 20s-early 30s.” (YES, this is often all there is to go on, and you’re lucky if you get “strong.”)
And this is why JourneyQuest matters. This is why a nerdy, fantasy realm, comedic web-series produced in the Pacific Northwest and totally fan-funded by hordes of engaged, enthusiastic geeks matters.
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle-based film non-profit shared our campaign. Let's like their post!
12 hours to go to help local webseries #JourneyQuest meet their kickstarter goal!
Brian created series of images points out questions, hints, and secrets that will be addressed in Season Three. These are excellent for engaging existing fans.
Will Carrow finally find redemption?
What does Death want from an undead cleric?
What will happen when Glorion tracks down his sword?
What does Nara's elven tattoo really mean?
Just go check out his Twitter channel. He's currently making a series of awesome JourneyQuest/Star Wars mashups. They're all worth of retweets.