My favorites…

Darth Vader #13 (cover art by Giuseppe Camuncoli)

Falcon #6 (cover art by Jay Anacleto)

Infidel #1 (cover art by Aaron Campbell, Jose Villarrubia)

Mister Miracle #7 (cover art by Nick Derington)

Sink #5 (cover art by Alex Cormack)

Star Wars: Thrawn #2 (cover art by Paul Renaud)

Beauty #20 (cover art by Ray Fawkes, Nick Filardi, Jeremy Haun)

Flash #42 (cover art by Carmine di Giandomenico)

VS #2 (cover art by Tom Muller, Esad Ribic)

Following up on yesterday’s dedicated Ships of SG-1 blog entry, TODAY I give you The Prometheus:

And, to conclude, a few recent Stargate-related links:

Stargate Rising: 5 Facts You Need To Know

#StargateRising: Why Fans Are Freaking Out On Twitter

The Best Way To Watch All of Stargate


Every so often, I get requests for concept work and designs related to the various ships featured on Stargate.  I normally love to oblige but the truth is a lot of these files are scattered over so many folders on so many laptops and portable hard drives, that it’s almost impossible to track them all down.  This past weekend, however, while prepping for the tweet-storms, I came across a veritable treasure trove of Stargate ship-related images.     Combined with a bunch I already posted (mainly on reddit), they make for quite the curated collection.

Today, I present to you some of the Ships of Stargate: SG-1, many of which were designed by artist James Robbins –

A huge thank you to Stargate fans worldwide who came together over the past 48 hours to blow up twitter – with a little help from some familiar faces…

Yep.  Quite the turnout.  Between the two events, 250k+ tweets and counting the last time I checked.

So, what’s next for #TheDriveToRevive?  Well…

Okay –

Last night, Stargate fans took twitter by storm.  Lead by @StargateNow and The Stargate Initiative, Fandom Force positively lit it up!

Pictured above: Actual footage of tweets being launched!

North American fans showed up en masse, and were joined by international fans in addition to more than a few familiar faces.

I’ll have a full rundown for you tomorrow but, for now, here’s are the key stats –

Over 100k tweets sent.  We trended #1 in Canada, France, the U.K., #2 in the U.S., #6 in Australia, and #7 Worldwide!  That’s HUGE!

In fact, we continued to trend hours past the scheduled one hour event and, in some instances, still trending into the wee morning hours.  Not bad for a SciFi series that has been off the air for five years!  Congratulations!

And we get to do it all over again when our international contingent hits twitter today in a little over 3 hours!  Check the times in your area and join us for this final round!  And make sure to follow @StargateNow and @StargateNow_EU for today’s secret hashtag (to be released 15 minutes before launch).

Ready to do this one last time?


Hey, who wants to bring back Stargate?


Don’t forget to tag @MGM_Studios and @stargatecommnd

Show up tonight and make your voices heard, Fandom Force!  Don’t let this –

…happen to this…

See you tonight!

P.S. I’m bringing friends!  No telling who you’ll run into during the tweet-storm!

Alright, Fandom Force!  Tomorrow night is the night we take twitter by storm!  Join our mass online reunion of Stargate fans!

THE TIME = 6 pm PST/9 pm EST

THE GOAL = To let MGM know we want a fourth in-canon Stargate series created by Brad Wright and Robert Cooper.

THE TARGET = Yep, MGM, the studio that produced the original Stargate movie and Stargates SG-1, Atlantis, and Universe.

Make sure to tag @MGM_Studios and @stargatecommand in your tweets so that they get the message.


Also, check out this handy video:

It’s crunch time, Fandom Force!  Get the word out!


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