The Official Trailer to the “The Path in Me” Duology. SaG has to choose between higher chances of fame with the price of hatred or true companionship with the price of endless obscurity. Starring Jack Skyblue, Christine Tsuzaki, Matt J. Crowley, Rob Boor and Antoni Matteo Garcia as Rumpy. Coming this Fall!
I’m here safe and sound in Mannheim. And as we say in Germany, Frohe Osterferien an euch allen!
A pleasant start to the weekend to you all! A great number of my awesome Manic Expression friends and colleagues including James Daniel Walsh, Ichabod Todd, Patricia Miranda and many others have been working on this animated movie for quite some time. Now is the time to make this project blossom into fruition and with your help, the Manic Expression animated movie will be definitely something to remember. So, please support these awesome creators and I wish you a most blessed and wonderful weekend. Take care, everybody! 😀 https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/manic-expression-the-animated-movie-film-animation#/
Top of the morning to you all! Buenos dias a vosotros todos! Guten Morgen an euch alle! The 6th Annual Mr. Coat Contributor Award Nominations is under way. A lot of my great reviewer friends like Logan Ridenbaugh aka Hewy Toonmore, Sam Flemming aka South Jersey Sam, Andy Snyder and David Rose from The DVD Shelf, James Sullivan aka Jaimetud, Ryan Hipp from That Show and Daniel Swallow aka Sonicguru have made a lot of great content and the work they have done to their respective shows and everything have been quite phenomenal. So vote to your heart’s content as the deadline is on March 1. Instructions are on the site attached. Have a lovely day! 😀 http://thatfellowinthecoat.com/mrcoatawards6.php
Now I’m here in Hamburg! Jetzt bin ich hier in Hamburg! Ahora estoy aqui en Hamburgo!
Congratulations. Team Night Saturn is now 3 years old. Can you believe it? It all just began 3 years ago with just me, Jack Skyblue, posting some of my earlier reviews on the site with the intention to create a reviewer portal where reviewers could post their work but also work with each other. It is rather unfortunate that alot of the past reviewers from 2013 to 2016 had decided to part ways with Team Night Saturn, but there will always be new reviewers who would love to be a part of this site. That’s pretty much what Team Night Saturn stands for: That we are working together as a team. I also want to thank all the fans and supporters of the site who stuck around the site since the very beginning. We haven’t had alot of reviews posted on here, but I’m pretty sure that there’s more to come. If you would love to join Team Night Saturn, you’re always allowed to contact me via Twitter or via Facebook. Anyway: I’m really looking forward to more great years and Low Metal will be on it’s way. I have to apologize that it takes too long for this special yet again but after I’m finished with it, I’ll be stopping with the anniversary short films for a while, since they’ve always prevented me from doing more reviews, but to cheer you up. I will probably dedicate new Movie Rehab episodes to each new anniversary. With that said I hope you all have a great day and I wish even greater years for Team Night Saturn.
Can you believe it? Team Night Saturn is now two years old. The site had a very humble beginning with me and a maybe two or thee people being a part of the site. As time went by however there were more reviewers joining the site and let me just say this: I’m more than happy about the fact that all those great people love to post their reviews on this site and I couldn’t be happier about it. While it’s sad that several reviewers left Team Night Saturn before this site got two years old, I think it’s even better that despite all this we still love to work together as a team. I may not showing my emotions alot because I’m a very shy person, but almost every member of Team Night Saturn is like a friend to me and we all stick together like a big great family. I also want to thank all the fans who supported the site because without you neither of us would be where we are today. I’m always looking for reviewers that may have a small audience but in the same time also got alot of great talents because I always love to see the true love and imagination they put into their work. What saddens me is that I’ve promised myself to publish the 2nd Year Anniversary movie “Guitar Leads” today. Sadly however, the idea of doing a musical short sounds alot easier on paper but if it comes down to the execution, it takes alot more time to finish your visions. I guarentee you all that I’m still working on it and I will try my very best to upload the short this year if I can. So don’t worry about it: I’m not abandoning “Guitar Leads”, it’s just still in work. With that said: I’m more than happy about the fact that Team Night Saturn is two years old now. Thanks to all the fans and members of this site and I’m really looking forward to each new year. Have a fantastic day! 😀
This is a small Announcement to all the members of Team Night Saturn. It’s me Jack Skyblue and I just need to tell you that I’m unfortunately unable to finish the 2nd Year Anniversary Special that was originally planned by Plutoburns. The reason: Time schedules. Neither of us both have the right amount of time to finish the special we actually planned. I’m not abandoning the project: I just delay it to a year or in the worst case: More than a year. With that said however: Right now I’m working on the script for a musical short called “Guitar Leads” and this is where I need the help from my co-reviewers. If anyone of you is interested in starring and singing in this movie then please either write it down in the comment section or reply to me on my twitter account: https://twitter.com/jackskyblue James Kaloko already told me that he wants to be a part of this wacky little anniversary project and what’s important is that you should know that the deadline is going to be August 21st, 2015. So I think you got enough time to think about it. Officially Confirmed Members: Jack Skyblue James Kaloko bbomg02 Matt Crowley One last note: You don’t need to have the best singing voice ever and even if you can’t sing: You’re allowed to do your best “Insert Musician Name Here” impersonation which I’m always welcome for. That’s all I have to say and I hope there are enough people who are interested in this nice little project. Have a nice day!
The title says it all basically. I’ve been exploring the option of creating a podcast. Right now I pretty much have the technical and publishing side of things figured out. Where I continuously become stymied is the actual subject. Naturally I considered doing one on manga, but there is already a very good podcast for manga and, unlike the video reviews of manga, I don’t feel I would be adding anything of real value to the environment by making another one.