Studio Update: New Year, New Comics, New Release Dates, and New News!
By: Andrew Bermudez
(Mustache Maniacs Film Co. Headquarters; January 1, 2015)
Now that "Ten Years of Going Crazy!" has ended and that a new year has arrived, we have some news and announcements regarding the coming months. Let's get started!
First, in honor of the new year, a brand-new comic series, Out of His Time, has officially debuted. The new comic series follows the time traveler Ulysses S. Powell and his hilarious adventures in the modern world. Similar to Tales of the Adventurers, Out of His Time will have a bi-monthly release, so expect the second comic to be out by the end of this month. Until then, you can read the first comic here.
In other news, the release date for Attack of the Fifty-Foot Hamster has finally been confirmed! "The film will be released on January 16," said LEGO Studios CEO Mark Matthew. "We have been working on this film for some time, and while we were unable to release it on Halloween, we still hope that you will find this film to be engaging."
And that brings us to another bit of news regarding that film: filming for Attack of the Fifty-Foot Hamster was finished yesterday! With the production finally completed, the filming equipment can now be prepared for Saturday, which is when THAC 12 will be held.
While they do not have set release dates yet, Alms Pouch, Alpha Team: Mission Deep Jungle, and LEGO Island: The Animated Series are still continuing their progress toward completion, with projected releases this summer. However, the layout design for LEGO Island: The Animated Series was recently slated for revision, along with the scripts for the episodes.
Finally, while it has been months since the last time The Central Florida Experience was updated, we have decided to complete it this month. Posts about Disney's Animal Kingdom will be added next week. We consider this as our new year's resolution.
At the moment, that is all of the news we have for now. Thank you for reading, and we will have the next Ask Mark Matthew up by the end of the day.