Coming soon-ish… The Strontium Dog fan film!

Published On August 3, 2015 | By Richard Bruton | Comics, Film TV & Theatre, News, News

Yes, after succesfully completing the excellent unofficial Judge Dredd based fan film, Judge Minty, the team behind it have set about creating something around the other big Wagner/Ezquerra creation, Strontium Dog. And as you can see from the image s above and below… things look very good already.

But then again, seeing as Judge Minty was lauded long and loud whenever it was shown, at various festivals and conventions, it’s hardly surprising. The SD film is still in production, with a special private commission from Ezquerra to mark the half-way point as a celebration for the cast and crew and a thank you to all involved. The Strontium Dog fan film is co-directed by Steven Sterlacchini & Steve Green, who tells of the chance meeting and comment from John Wagner at a convention that set it all off again…

“After seeing Minty, John mentioned that we should do Strontium Dog next. It was only a passing comment, but we took it as a ‘direct commandment’ and began work the next day.”

You can see a few production stills and the Ezquerra private commission below.

This is another of the definitely not for profit things, based on but in no way associated with 2000AD or Rebellion. The Strontium Dog fan film is based on the work of Carlos Ezquerra, John Wagner and Alan Grant. And of course Strontium Dog and all characters are TM Rebellion A/S, ©Rebellion A/S, All Rights Reserved.  And full credit to Rebellion and 2000AD for being eminiently sensible and reasonable in this as with other not for profit endeavours regarding their characters.

You can follow it all on the Strontium Dog fan film website, the Facebook page, and on Twitter.

Strontium Dog Fan Film 1

Strontium Dog Fan Film 2

Strontium Dog Fan Film 3

Production Snap Shot

Carlos Ezquerra Private Commission

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Richard Bruton
- Started in comics retail aged 16 at Nostalgia & Comics, Birmingham. Now located in Yorkshire, he's written for the Forbidden Planet International Blog since 2007. Specialising in UK Comics and All-Ages comics, Richard's day job in a primary school allowed him to build the best children's graphic novel library in the country.

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