Sunday, September 25, 2016

TPD Episode 10: Vic Mignogna

I’m sure to many of you listening my guest for this episode would not need much of an introduction. He is a well known actor, voice actor, and musician whose credits include animated classics such as Dragonball Z and Sailor Moon, video games such as the Full Metal Alchemist series, and Star Trek fans know him as the executive producer of Star Trek Continues, a fan-made continuation of the original 5 year mission of the Enterprise where he also portrays Captain James T. Kirk.  Of course I’m talking about Mr. Vic Mignogna.

I talked with Vic about how he fell in love with Star Trek as a kid and how the show has affected his life over time. We also talked about how Star Trek Continues got started, what goes into making an episode, and what the future has in store for the production.

Vic's fan club website is risemboolrangers.com. You can also contact him on Twitter @vicmignogna. Star Trek Continues just released its seventh episode and you can find all of the episodes at startrekcontinues.com.

The Prime Direction is part of the Cosmic Potato Podcast Network. You can listen to the show right here on the website or you can subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or Podcast Addict on the Adroid store. Wherever you get the show make sure that you give it a rate and review so that it will be easier for other people to find the podcast.

Every fan has a story. if you would like to be on the show and share with me the story of your Star Trek fandom then just send me an email at mail@cosmicpotato.com. Please understand that a lot of people want to take part in the show so be patient and I'll write you back as soon as possible.

Thank you for listening to The Prime Direction: The Story of Star Trek's Fans! 

2 comments:

  1. Surprised how many people did not see when they said no commercial
    15 minutes and 30 minutes on TV is always a commercial way of showing
    CBS and Paramount that there actually contradicting when they say
    15 or 30 minute . Our commercial projects in the sense of the word
    they been doing this for centuries so if you did in one hours show
    without adding any commercial products to it you're actually making
    non commercials show so therefore they are actually contradicting
    the fan rules so therefore make it as long as you want and contradict them every time
    that the loophole..

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