W. R. Miller
I've worked primarily in the entertainment industry as an animator, writer and storyboard artist, with two Emmy certificates on The Simpsons. My articles have been published in Starlog, Comics Scene, Comics Buyer’s Guide, Animation Magazine, Animato! and the online Animation World Magazine. I also contributed chapters to Jerry Beck’s The Animated Movie Guide and The Hanna-Barbera Treasury. Works-in-progress: The Justice Dragon; The Star Wars Reference Guide; The Star Wars Historical Sourcebook. Further details are presented at my webpage, https://wrmilleronline.com/about/
Cam Clarke salutes the 35th anniversary of Robotech by interviewing the English cast: Rebecca Forstadt (Lynn Minmay), Tony Oliver (Rick Hunter), Wendy Lee (Vanessa Leeds), Barbara Goodson (Marie Crystal, Sera), Melanie McQueen (Lisa Hayes, Marlene). Cam Clarke played Max Sterling and Yellow Dancer. Part One uploaded on March 12, 2020 Part Two uploaded on March […]
From Facebook, Jason David Frank rides a Luckdragon!
Theresa Synder is a prolific wordsmith who specializes in stories of the imagination, be it science fiction, fantasy or paranormal, as well as her own family memoir, We 3. She loves to write about dragons, having one of her own in a series of adventures called The Farloft Chronicles. As dragon connoisseurs, she and I […]
February 12, 2020. Today the Sequel Rights podcast posted an interview with Matthew Feitshans, writer and gatekeeper of the Dragonheart franchise. What secrets does he disclose? What possible future does Siveth the ice dragon have? Listen:
For Dragonheart 4 and beyond, Miroslav Petrov of Cinemotion painted at least five of the seven dragons brought to Earth by Drago in Dragonheart 3 and commemorated as murals in Dragonheart 4. Here are Petrov’s five dragons. Lovely, aren’t they? Draco: Siveth: Tatsu: Vipero: Zilant: Missing are Basilor and Kinibalux. The murals can be found […]
February 8, 2020. At the Great Con-Junction, the first official Dark Crystal convention, Hup the Podling has a word for fans, courtesy of James Reedie and The Crystal Shard fan group: https://www.facebook.com/james.reedie/videos/10162830357615591/?t=0 Hup performed by Victor Yerrid.
On Facebook and Twitter, a fellow named Argodeamon has posted some humorous videos featuring Rathalos, a crotchety dragon, nicely-designed and animated. The voice comes from Vince Valenzuela as Francis from Left4Dead, a video game. Disclaimer: profanity. I hate birds. #SFM #MonsterHunter pic.twitter.com/gTaH8jIoib — Rathalos (@RathalosSays) January 25, 2020 I hate Mondays. #SFM #MonsterHunter pic.twitter.com/JDRE7XYGnO — […]
Zog is a children’s picture book, written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler, about a young dragon eager to earn a golden star at his dragon school. He is helped by Pearl, a princess-in-training who prefers to be a doctor. Zog was published by Alison Green Books in England in 2010, and in […]
From the Star Wars Complete Saga Blu-ray, a visit to Lucasfilm Archives, to the accompaniment of glorious music by John Williams and the London Symphony Orchestra.
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment has posted a 10-minute preview from DragonHeart Vengeance. I present it here with a caveat: a hand is dismembered at the beginning. Rated PG-13, the new movie is presented as “family friendly.”