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#61
(02-28-2017, 06:42 PM)ThrowgnCpr Wrote: Very well done Bob!

Thanks!  Big Grin
Currently working on covers for Star Trek Continues.

Funny, the last month or so, I have been creating dvd art and collating my massive dvd collections (sequels, franchises, series, etc) into newer, slimmer cases to make more room on my shelves.  Then I turn around and do something this... lol.... separate cases for individual episodes.... any room I had gained is now gone. Tongue

But I love this fan series, so I figure it is worth it for now.  Rolleyes
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#62
...and the voyages CONTINUE...

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#63
I'm gonna wait and put all the 1080p episodes on a blu-ray when they finish the ST:C series. Maybe with a bionicbob designed cover? Wink
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#64
(03-01-2017, 02:01 PM)TM2YC Wrote: I'm gonna wait and put all the 1080p episodes on a  blu-ray when they finish the ST:C series. Maybe with a bionicbob designed cover? Wink

If you share the blu-ray, I will "make it so"!  Big Grin
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#65
Do want!
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#66
Nothing fancy, but a cover I made for Gene Roddenberry's trio of pilots about a post-apocalyptic Earth....

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#67
^ Cool!

I don't think I ever saw Strange New World, but thoroughly enjoyed the other two, just some good old fun, wish at least a season was made for one of them., they both deserved it.
I may be an A-hole, but I'm not 100% a dick - Han Solo
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#68
(03-03-2017, 10:12 PM)Rogue-theX Wrote: ^ Cool!

I don't think I ever saw Strange New World, but thoroughly enjoyed the other two, just some good old fun, wish at least a season was made for one of them., they both deserved it.

Roddenberry had departed the project after Genesis II and Planet Earth, but all his concepts were essentially retained.  SNW is basically two scripted episodes retooled and edited into a single movie.   It is typical 70s tv sic-fi... both good and bad... LOL.  But I have a deep fondness to them.  Plus, John Saxon rocks!  Why he never became a bigger star is beyond me?
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#69
(03-03-2017, 10:34 PM)bionicbob Wrote: It is typical 70s tv sic-fi... both good and bad... LOL.  But I have a deep fondness to them.  Plus, John Saxon rocks! 

Good/bad 70s sci fi tv, yes please. Totally agree with you about John Saxon.

(03-03-2017, 10:34 PM)bionicbob Wrote: Why he never became a bigger star is beyond me?

I don't know why it is beyond you??? Wink (...well, I laughed...(I'll be good and quiet now and eat my veggies))
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#70
I love Slark's fan edit of Doc Savage!

I love the Bantam Doc Savage book covers of the 1960s and 70s!!

So I thought I would try combining the two!!! 

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