Here’s the second preview of the upcoming episode EP306 – “Horizons (I)”, featuring James Keller as Special Agent Nick Garrett and Jack Kincaid as Captain Socrates.
DOWNLOAD: Preview 2 of EP306 – “Horizons (I)”
There will be one minute previews of the upcoming episode EP306 – “Horizons (I)” released over the course of the next month. This is the first.
DOWNLOAD: Preview 1 of EP306 – “Horizons (I)”
We are four days away from the release of the first two episodes of Edict Zero – FIS, titled “2415 (Part 1)” and “2415 (Part 2)”, and tonight we present the ninth and final sneak preview Edict Zero Minute before release of the main episodes begins.
In this clip, you are given a taste of things to come in the first season of the series, featuring two of Edict Zero’s more mysterious characters, an agent for another intelligence agency, Agent Benjamin Zurn (voiced by Russell Gold) and introducing one of Edict Zero’s villains, a man who we shall call for now The Man in The Elevator.
Of course, ‘villain’ is a relative term, wouldn’t you say?
There are threads of mythology that run through the Edict Zero – FIS series, which may bring to mind ‘The X Files’, structurally. While the series will gravitate to a number of monster-of-the-week episodes, it will also have episodes dealing with mythologies that have their own story arcs. This is, in fact, how the series begins.
Among the prominent mythologies you will encounter in the first season are:
The Paradox Artifacts.
In today’s sneak preview Edict Zero Minute, Special Agent Nick Garrett (voiced by James Keller) is questioning an expert, Professor Ludlow (voiced by Jack Kincaid) about this very subject.
About two weeks away from the release of series premiere episodes 1 and 2 of Edict Zero – FIS, we bring you another sneak preview Edict Zero Minute.
In the last clip, we introduced two of the characters you come across in the investigations of the unit this series focuses on.
As can be expected, many of the characters we encounter are those also in law enforcement, including other F-I-S agents, operatives in other E-3 and E-2 agencies, and police, such as state police on any given island or the local cops.
In this next clip, the local police in a North Island town have been left to guard the perimeter of a crime scene in the middle of the night. The two officers, Officer Cotter and the rookie officer, are voiced by Tanja Milojevic and Danar Hoverson.
Today we bring you a bonus Edict Zero Minute on a lighter note, demonstrating a few of the colorful characters who populate Edict Zero.
In this clip, “Captain Socrates” is giving a pep talk to his companion, “Admiral Jenkins”, among other things, as they walk down the street. They have just left the soup kitchen of a homeless shelter that they were just ousted from. The reasons for this should be readily apparent as they both have a unique and wild cocktail of dysfunction.
The voices you’ll hear come from an actor uniquely qualified to play the parts.
Oh, the humanity.
In the first four sneak preview Edict Zero Minutes, we introduced you to each FIS special agent in a new unit which the series focuses on. The unit will grow as the series progresses, but these are the agents who begin its journey.
Featured in this edict zero minute are the three freshly-reassigned agents working together for the first time: Agent Nick Garrett (voiced by James Keller), Agent Jewels Kircher (voiced by Julie Hoverson), and Agent Marcus Briggs (voiced by Phil Rossi).
We are now four weeks away from the release of the series premiere episodes, but we will have a few things to hold you over until then, such as today’s sneak preview “Edict Zero Minute”, with twenty bonus seconds for good measure.
In our last Edict Zero Minute, we introduced Special Agent Jewels Kircher(voiced by Julie Hoverson).
Now, we introduce the next agent in the unit: Special Agent Marcus Briggs, voiced by Phil Rossi.
We also introduce a convention in the world of Edict Zero: the H-M-S (Home Manager System), an AI governed computer which manages as many aspects of your home and your life as you will allow it access, from cleaning the house to balancing your checkbook. It is a maid, a butler, a secretary, and a security guard, all in one, and that’s just for starters.
In this clip, Agent Marcus Briggs calls the home of Agent Jewels Kircher.
The call is answered by Jewels’s H-M-S, Jasper, voiced by Russell Gold.
It’s that time again. Today, we release another “Edict Zero Minute” preview of the series.
In the last clips, we introduced a supporting character, tactical unit commander John Bradoch (voiced by Jack Kincaid) and the first of our main characters in the unit which the series will focus on, and that’s, of course, Special Agent Nick Garrett (voiced by James Keller).
Special Agent “Jewels” Kircher, voiced by Julie Hoverson.
In this clip, we are inside FIS’s mainland headquarters where a new task force has been assembled in the wake of a big criminal event. Agent Kircher is one of many agents being briefed by the task force leader, an organized crime division Deputy Section Chief, Agent Paul Wakeman (voiced by Jack Kincaid), who has incorporated video stills from public cameras into his presentation, which focuses on a meeting between two underworld figures.
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The show has just entered production for its second and third episode, which will be released in mid-to-late September and early October. New voices are joining the cast and it’s an exciting time.
Today, we bring you another “Edict Zero Minute” and begin our introduction to the FIS special agents in the unit which the show focuses on. Our second Edict Zero Minute takes place a little later in the same scene. Here we have John Bradoch (as heard in our first Edict Zero Minute) confronting Special Agent Nick Garrett, played by James Keller.
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Keep an eye out for our next Edict Zero Minute which features the next agent in the unit. Thanks.
Slipgate Nine Entertainment proudly announces the opening of the website for its upcoming science fiction audio drama series, Edict Zero – FIS, which will premiere in September. This site–as well as other social networking satellites–will be in a state of development until then, and presumably thereafter as the show grows. Some pages of this site won’t have content until after the release of the premiere, but you are welcome to browse and poke around to your heart’s content.
If you would like to hear the Edict Zero – FIS theme song, a remix of Nine Inch Nails’s ’26 Ghosts III’, you can visit Edict Zero’s myspace page or account on remix.nin.com .
One of this site’s special features through August will be the “Edict Zero Minute”. These are one minute sneak previews of the series to demonstrate its technical quality and acquaint future listeners with some of its regular characters. The first was going to be released this coming weekend, but to celebrate the opening of the site, we are offering a bonus kick-off Edict Zero Minute.
This clip features a supporting character, John Bradoch, a tactical unit commander who has just arrived with his team to a crime scene, which is being secured by the city police. The character voices you’ll hear are performed by Jack Kincaid and James Keller.
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