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LordTBT

aka Lord Trawnbull Thickstripe

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October 11, 2005
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  • LordTBT



    So it's been over two years since we learned anything new about a potential Redwall movie.

    At that time, it was revealed to be in the portfolio of Working Element/RegalWorks, a production company managed by Darren Thomas.

    Previously (circa 2011), the rights to a Redwall movie were held by the Miller Brothers. Things are a bit foggy here - it's unclear if they partnered with others and still have these rights.

    At any rate, in 2014, we reported that Redwall was being optioned by Thomas' firm - certainly not a guarantee that a film will be made (although, we certainly hope so).

    Earlier this week on Twitter, Alex Kain, known for his collaborations with Sean Rubin, announced that at some point he had "cowrote an official draft of a script for a Redwall…



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  • LordTBT

    News:Redwall Wiki Turns 11

    October 11, 2016 by LordTBT


    Redwall Wiki Turns 11!

    Wow, another year in the books, everyone!

    This year has been particularly exciting because of the unearthing of older Brian Jacques video footage and audio that we believed was likely gone forever.

    If you missed it, back in May, we made public the missing Redwall TV Featurettes.

    And just a few days ago, we revealed audio from Trekatape Liverpool.

    In addition to these features, we also reviewed editions of Redwall from the UK and China.

    We do have several other features that are works in progress, and I hope to have them up quickly - the battle against time nowadays is a tough one.

    As always, thanks to the dedicated editors, fan fiction writers, and fan artists who make this site what it is. We wouldn't be here without you.

    The…


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    It's funny, every time I think a Brian Jacques item may be lost to history, it manages to make its way into the Redwall Wiki library.

    I first discovered the existence of Trekatape Liverpool back in 2008. A participant on a Liverpool forum had posted about it, and his attempt to listen to it resulted in the cassette tape being permanently damaged.

    This was the only acknowledgement of this tape I had ever seen - which is to be expected. Trekatape Liverpool was released in 1984 - this is once again one of those items that people just don't hang onto. How many even still have their CD collections from 15 years ago, much less a Liverpool cassette from over 30 years ago?

    I figured encountering this tape would likely never happen. But then, lo and b…


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    And it's official: After months and months of drama, the Gary Chalk artbook reward from the Lone Wolf Kickstarter will not be happening in any form whatsoever.

    Back in July, Megara and Greywood Publishing, the two companies at the center of the Lone Wolf Kickstarter, managed to reconcile their differences after many disputes.

    Megara took over every aspect - and began shipping games to backers. It seemed like they were able to successfully turn around an unfortunate situation.

    At this time, Megara wanted to focus on distribution of the game, and hoped that the artbook would be able to be produced in a PDF format. They stated Gary was "asking for more time," and the plan was to circle back after all the games had been sent out.

    And that time is …



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    Back in 2013, we first explored the Chinese editions of Redwall. It was during this review that we learned that one of the editions of Redwall contained original artwork that we hadn't seen before, and I observed that it looked like editions of Mossflower and Mattimeo were also published by the same company.

    The Redwall Wiki library is now in possession of those very editions of Mossflower and Mattimeo, and I'm pleased to announce my hunch was correct- more never-before-seen artwork was inside!

    I am going to dub this collection the "CFP" or China Film Press trilogy. Each back cover keeps the same framing.



    This isn't the last we'll see of Chinese Redwall here at the Redwall Wiki, and we have many more features coming soon! Maybe sooner than you think! ;)




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