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Saturday, August 2, 2014

Comic "Galaxy Quest" revealed, followed by a feature film

Galaxy Quest Comic

Fans of Galaxy Quest have clamored for a sequel to the hilariously funny Star Trek spoof for years, and now I finally get their wish-not only the way you probably imagined.

IDW comics brings the group to the printed page in the upcoming comedy series Galaxy Quest: the journey continues. Nesmith captain of Tim Allen and Sigourney Weaver Gwen DeMarco will live again thanks to Erik Burnham writer and artist Nacno Arranz, who have revealed plans for how the story would continue in the wake of the film. There is a spoiler for the movie there, if I have not managed to see it already.

"Well, at the end of the film the character of Tim Allen, Jason, used the OMEGA 13 device for resetting of time 13 seconds and to undo the catastrophic death of the crew. (Um... Sorry for the 15-year-old spoilers!) Messing with time. Perhaps hardest hit by the ship. If it was more widespread, certainly, most folks will only have a strong case of deja vu. But what if you changed something? I.e. we begin with. Is the reason that a new race-– called the Drythans--seek them out and say, ' something screwed up. Fix It. "

"As a joke, I played with the conceit of how many sequels reuse some beats from their predecessor, when we present the cast in a similar way to the way it originally was introduced in the movie. If someone can post the show without much to say, but it still makes me chuckle ... Everyone from the movie will be back. I even requested to include Brandon, the role played by Justin Long, so we got everyone. There will be a new race of aliens, too. "

This sounds pretty great – and if the tone of the movie can pin the Burnham, this may be a worthy sequel to one of the largest cult classic 90s.

However, if the idea of a comic based sequel doesn't thrill you, then maybe the potential for an actual film will.

Galaxy Quest crew

MTV's Jordan Hoffman recently shared an amazing oral history of the original film. In it, he reveals how the cast would like to do a sequel. Tim Allen still supports that scenario that exists.

"There's a continuum somewhere. It is written, but I haven't really gotten a straight answer for this, but Hollywood is a very strange part. It is none of my business. "

Screenwriter Robert Gordon is not quite so eloquent on the subject, Hoffman says that "on the record, which certainly has ideas for a sequel." then goes from the story, making the nerds everywhere salivate just may be what these ideas. Hoffman does not spill beans, obviously.

While there is a big difference between having a cast and writer ready to make a sequel and actually getting the work to the screen, the fact that people are even talking about another Galaxy search 15 years after the original version of the film is fascinating.

What do you guys think? Are you ready for more Galaxy Quest? What you want to see in a sequel? Weigh in below.


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