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Intergalactic Nemesis III
Mar 17 2017
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For all those who love to read comics, The Intergalactic Nemesis tour will totally change the way the comics are read. Quoted to be the “live action graphic novel”, the Intergalactic Nemesis is an audio visual presentation of the famous comic series by the same name of which seven issues were released. The live show of the intergalactic nemesis features the presentation of the comic panels on a large screen, along with the three voice actors giving voice to the characters. The show let goes off the idea of presenting a comic in tradition text bubble format, and adds voice actors to do the talking. And just to make things more dramatic and theatrical, a pianist also performs the live score along with an artist who adds the sound effects to the whole thing. So if you loved the comic book series and followed the radio show, then with Intergalactic Nemesis tickets, you’re surely in for a treat.
Based upon Ray Patrick Colgan’s idea, this audio visual representation of the graphic novel is directed as well as written by Jason Neulander. The show combines the elements of a radio drama with the traditional elements of stage performance and visual representation of a comic book. The book had been previously performed as radio drama by Jessica Reisman, Lisa D’ Amour, Julia Edwards and Ray Patrick Colgan; and it was later adapted to as a stage performance by Jason Neulander along with Chad Nichols.
With the images and art coming from Tim Doyle, the show is in close ties with the original comic book series of the same name that was penned by Jason Neulander as well. The plot of the show revolves around the protagonist of the show, a news reporter Molly Sloan and Timmy Mendez, her assistant. That story is set in 1930s when Mendez and Sloan start to investigate the mysterious murder of one of their contacts. This in depth investigation eventually leads to a secret plot to put an end to the planet earth. This treacherous plot happens to be a brain child of Zygonians, who’re alien sludge monsters. During the show, the audience members are shown the visual projections of the panels right out of the comic book series. These panels are projected over a large screen with the traditional dialogue balloons as three actors give the voices for the characters live. The show doesn’t stop only at the voice actors, and adds a bit more theatrical experience to the show with the inclusion of sound effects and score played by a pianist live. With its unique idea and presentation, the show has received significant amount of appraisal from the fans and critics, and was also featured at Late Night With Conan O’Brien.
The history of the creation of Intergalactic Nemesis dates back to 1996 when Ray Colgan came up with an idea to create a sci-fi radio series that would be performed live, and might even be broadcasted on radio as well. Colgan took his idea to Jason Neulander, who drew in favor of the idea almost right away. Neulander approached Lisa D’Amour, Julia Edwards, and Jessica Reisman to be on the writing team of what we today know as the Intergalactic Nemesis. Soon as the team started performing the show at the Little City Coffeehouse, the amount of the crowd that they attracted started to grow gradually. And as the popularity of the show grew larger, it was even broadcasted on national radio at the KUT. After years and years of the show’s performances, in September 2010, Neulander came up with the idea of turning this comic book series into a live show. The Live show turned out to be an instant success as it was premiered with more than 2,100 fans in attendance. Even today, the live performance of the show attracts a large crowd to this new form of live entertainment. So if you wish to be a witness to it, the time is now to get your Intergalactic Nemesis tickets.
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