Podcast version of the live Shane Plays geek talk radio show from 1/28/2017
Highlights: Geek news; Jonathan Lane of Fan Film Factor joins to talk about the Star Trek Axanar lawsuit settlement and the future of Axanar.
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TOPIC: AXANAR SETTLEMENT w/ JONATHAN LANE
Jonathan Lane of Fan Film Factor joins to discuss what the CBS/ Paramount vs Axanar lawsuit settlement actually means and what we can expect moving forward for Axanar and other Star Trek fan films.
Fan Film Factor:
Official statement from Axanar Productions regarding the lawsuit settlement:
NEXT WEEK: RPG GAME DESIGNER ROSS WATSON
Ross Watson is a designer of computer, miniature and role-playing games and a writer in various genres. Watson worked on the Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay line as the Lead Developer for Dark Heresy, was the lead designer for Rogue Trader and Deathwatch, and was part of the design team for Black Crusade. He was the lead developer for both Aaron Allston’s Strike Force and Savage Worlds Rifts. His written works include the Accursed and Weird War I settings for Savage Worlds, contributions to the Star Wars: Edge of the Empire RPG, and the video games Darksiders II, Warhammer 40,000: Regicide, and Battlefleet Gothic: Armada. Watson has designed rules and scenarios for miniature game lines, such as Dust Warfare, and he has written for several card games, including Warhammer: Invasion, Empire Engine, and the Lost Legacy series.
Ross’s personal site:
Ross’s Wikipedia page:
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