What did you think?? Note the awesome music by Clinton Shorter. It’s got an almost “fairy tale” feel to it, eh? Don’t forget to check out the other goodies on Syfy’s website, including the full NY Comic Con panel!
And if all that weren’t enough, there’s a special Expanse screening on December 3rd, in Santa Fe, at the Jean Cocteau Theater, where Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck will be available to sign books (and body parts?!). George R. R. Martin will be there too! More info at their official blog here.
ONE. MORE. THING. It was recently announced that there will be a DIGITAL release for The Expanse, a few weeks ahead of the television premiere date. On NOVEMBER 23RD, “Dulcinea” (Episode 1) will be available to stream in the United States, on syfy.com, among other websites. That is TEN days away. Tennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn.
At this point, I should probably just make a separate category for The Expanse, huh??? Check out this short “Page to Screen” video about the TV Show, and drool and giggle and rub the side of your face against your bedroom walls because why isn’t it DECEMBER YET.
Here’s the cover for James S. A. Corey’s sixth entry into The Expanse series, Babylon’s Ashes, by Daniel Dociu:
Hullo Expanse fans, check out this super groovy article (although it could use a little proofreading *cough* hire me *cough*) about how James S. A. Corey’s The Expanse transformed from role-playing game to widely read book series to (hopefully) successful television show.
In other news: Only six more days until NEMESIS GAMES!
Remembering is hard.
Some people say that the brain never forgets anything–that it only loses its connections. In an effort to regain those connections, to make remembering just a little easier, Always Sometimes Villains presents the 2015 Villainy Awards, a collective list of what the ASV staff enjoyed most about the last year.
Here are the nominees for our favorite movies, TV series, books (and more!) from 2014. For the winners, go here.
We plan to continue this effort as ASV ages, and–regrettably–as remembering gets harder. Unfortunately, memory always fades. But sometimes, they come back. Here’s to always. Here’s to sometimes.
Every morning I wake up and remember that a TV adaptation for The Expanse series is in the works. For a moment I think its a dream, but no, it’s really, actually, truly happening. And, since I’ll never tire of talking about it, I’ve got some things to share–four, to be exact:
More casting announcements here.
“Casting Lessons, or Why Not All Belters Are Tall” –Lizard Brain blog post by Ty Franck
And here’s James S. A. Corey answering questions (ones that he is allowed to answer, anyway) about the TV show, sort of like a Reddit AMA. If so inclined, add your own questions there and maybe he’ll answer them! I myself asked about music composition and if there’ll be a “badass opening title sequence.”