Warning: Hull Breach in Progress

This is the moment when, in an episode of Star Trek, they play dramatic music and the actors start lurching around in unison.

It has come to my attention that the first three episodes of Knights of the Old Republic: Outcasts have mysteriously vanished.

(Insert dramatic musical sting HERE)

I wish I could tell you what happened, but the simple fact is I have no idea. The first five episodes of the show aren’t part of the Forward Momentum Feed. At their time of release, we didn’t have permanent internet digs like we do now. So the extremely awesome and kind folks at Star Wars Fanworks let us crash on their cyber-couch.

The fact is though, I’ve always felt vaguely guilty about the fact that our firstborn children aren’t a part of this site. They don’t call or write. They never come by so we can all sit down as a family and have dinner on Sunday night…. OK, this analogy is getting too weird.

The point being, I’ve always wanted to consolidate the whole thing into our feed, but I never got around to it. Now, I’m gonna take the Internet’s hint and finally post them here. In the next couple of days, you’ll see them drop into the feed at irregular intervals.

Thus concludes my long-winded explanation of why a seemingly incomplete series is book-ending our feed for a while.

… Re-routing power to Inertial Dampeners.


EDIT: All five episodes of Outcasts were just uploaded, and the appropriate webpages updated. We appreciate your patience.

O Hai.

Yeah, pardon the dust. We’re still on Hiatus, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t hard at work trying to churn out a slate of awesome releases for 2015. I just wanted to give you all a look beneath the curtain as it were at what is in the works.

First off, our goal is to not need another long break like this ever again. To that end we want to have a solid YEAR of material ready to release before we make our glorious return. The idea is that episodic shows like Bubblegum will still release weekly, but FMP Presents and Forward March will release one episode in a staggered monthly pattern.

For example (and this isn’t really the schedule guys, don’t hold me to it) in June you may get the next three episodes of Bubblegum, July will see a Forward March and August an episode of FMP Presents and so on. The idea is to keep the schedule realistic while not allowing the waiting period for finished projects to balloon as it has previously.

SPEAKING of Bubblegum… The original animated series was just released on bluray. I cannot recommend that enough. Furthermore, since they had so much room the included a truly STAGGERING number of subtitle tracks so even if English isn’t your first language, they probably have you covered. Here’s a link: http://www.animeigo.com/products/anime/bubblegum-crisis-ultimate-edition

2015 is looking like a great year for FMP, we hope to have a lot of great audio for you soon.