This in from Phoenix Comicon:
On Friday, May 29th at Phoenix Comicon, Star Trek Continues will be premiering Episode 4: The White Iris. This is the second premier that the web-series Star Trek Continues has done at Phoenix Comicon. Episode 1: Pilgrim of Eternity premiered at the 2013 event.
The cast of Star Trek Continues will also be at Phoenix Comicon. We’re excited to welcome Vic Mignogna, Todd Haberkorn, Chuck Huber, Chris Doohan, Kim Stinger, Wyatt Lenhart and Michele Specht.
Star Trek Continues is aimed at completing the final two years of the original five-year mission.They recently held a Kickstarter and successfully raised $214,584, exceeding its goal of $100,000. The sum is slated to cover the production costs of two additional episodes, and to facilitate the construction of an engineering room and planet set.
Voice Actors Veronica Taylor, Tom Kane, and Roger L. Jackson
More Guests Join the Phoenix Comicon Lineup!
|Ryan Ottley is an American comic book artist who broke into comics professionally in 2004 with The Walking Dead writer Robert Kirkman on the Eisner-nominated Best New SeriesInvincible for Image Comics. 10 years later, Ottley still producing incredible art onInvincible and loving it.
|Kevin Hearne, author of the newly released Star Wars novel Heir to the Jedi, is going to appear at Phoenix Comicon 2015. Hearne is also known for writing The Iron Druid Chronicles, including Hounded, Hexed, and the best-sellers Tricked and Shattered.
|Please welcome writers Jason M. Hough andMyke Cole to Phoenix Comicon 2015! Jason M. Hough is the New York Times bestselling author of The Dive Earth Cycle trilogy and the forthcoming Zero World. Myke Cole is the 2013 winner of the Compton-Crook Award forShadow Ops: Control Point. He is also known for Shadow Ops Series Fortress Frontier andBreach Zone.||We are happy to welcome back authors Beth Cato and Stephen Blackmoore to Phoenix Comicon! Beth Cato’s steampunk fantasy novel duology begins with The Clockwork Dagger and wraps up with the forthcoming story The Clockwork Crown. Stephen Blackmoore is the author of City of the Lost,Dead Things, Khan of Mars and Broken Souls.|