This version features changes to the volume in a few scenes and music too.
The following production contains some mature (and some really immature) humor. A lot of it would not be considered politically correct either. If you want a list of trigger words, check a dictionary. If you continue, prepare yourself for a very different sense of humor. While there are no swear words, aside from fictional ones, we sincerely hope 'grot' becomes popular enough to get in the urban dictionary and soon will be seen spewing forth from the mouths of school children, teachers, soccer moms, and politicians. Wait.. that last one is probably already true!
The Gorgon Chronicles was my childhood playground, originally produced on Super 8mm with my friends from school and whatever kids form the neighborhood I could talk into being in it. The Valarians were our villains, all the way back to the 1970's. The characters changed a little bit for this adaptation shot in www.there.com, as I could not pull off all the things I wanted to do in terms of creature costuming, still here is another episode of The Gorgon Chronicles, Miracle Pictures biggest and most expensive production ever!
The music (credited at the end of the video) is:
Split In Synapse (and several other tracks) by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Tracks used are listed in the end credits!
and Floppy Music - Ievan Polkka courtesy of Gigawipf and used with permission www.youtube.com/c/gigawipf
This episode is dedicated to the memory of Disky , who was originally going to play the robot PI2. Her last view of There was in early January of 2013. She logged out her final time in There standing in the corridor looking at the engine room set. This was my first production in There without her creating all the costumes, although she did create the animated warning sign seen in the previous episode.
Special thanks to Ephraim Carreon and E Works Studios for designing our space wardrobe.