Media Madness Vidcast 212: Roswell New Mexico Premiere!

Welcome to the Media Madness Vidcast! Each week Kat and Jay do a show where they discuss the latest in TV and Movie news, and sometimes we are joined by other members of Comic Frontline or other members of the YouTube Community! This week Jay, Comic Book Theater, & Kat,  Comic Uno discuss the The CW Series Premiere Of ROSWELL NEW MEXICO!!!! This Week’s Madness: Talking Roswell New Mexico: Intro Initial Thoughts  Plot Roswell New Mexico: Dylan McTee as Wyatt Long Riley Voelkel as Jenna Cameron Sherri Saum as Mimi DeLuca Claudia Black as Ann Evans Amber Midthunder as Rosa Ortecho Carlos Compean as Arturo Ortecho Rosa Arredondo…

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NYCC 2018: Roswell New Mexico Cast & Crew Interviews!

Kat Comic Uno is at New York Comic-Con this year! She is working the floor, hitting panels and doing interviews. Today she interviews the cast and crew of the new series on The CW: ROSWELL NEW MEXICO! NYCC 2018: Roswell New Mexico Chris Hollier (Executive Producer) Interview NYCC 2018: Roswell New Mexico Carina Adly Mackenzie (Executive Producer) Interview NYCC 2018: Roswell New Mexico Nathan Parsons (Max Evans) Interview NYCC 2018: Roswell New Mexico Jeanine Mason (Liz Oretecho) To find a comic shop near you, visit Comic Shop Locator or call 1-888-comicbook. For TV anytime, anywhere check out The CW Online and The…

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NYCC 2018: Roswell, New Mexico “Pilot” SERIES PREMIERE (Advance TV Review)

Kat Comic Uno is at New York Comic-Con this year! She is working the floor, hitting panels and doing interviews. She was lucky enough to get to see the ROSWELL NEW MEXICO, so check out her Advance Review! Roswell New Mexico Pilot SERIES PREMIERE ADVANCE REVIEW To find a comic shop near you, visit Comic Shop Locator or call 1-888-comicbook. For TV anytime, anywhere check out The CW Online and The CW App Follow & Like On Twitter, Facebook, Google +, YouTube, Pintrest, Instagram, & Tumblr Let us know in the comments what you think of this The CW Network News and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter for the…

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Roswell High: The Watcher Book 4 Review

Welcome back to Roswell High! It has been eighteen years since the Pocket Books (a division of Simon & Schuster) series Roswell High (1998-200) written by Melinda Metz saw print and since then produced a ten book series and just a few installments inspired the TV series Roswell (1999-2002). While I loved the show, and thought it was awesome, it barely scratched the surface of what the books delivered. Through this series of reviews I plan to not just review the books themselves but at the same time explore the…

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#NetflixForBAndT Campaign Call-To-Arms!

In 2016, a leaked photo for the proposed show Baron And Toluca (B+T) made it’s way around the internet. This one photo left the Roswell fandom hungry for more. Soon a teaser trailer was released of the proposed show. B+T isn’t a continuation of Roswell in the conventional sense, but is more of a spiritual successor of the show. The proposed show is created by Majandra Delfino (who played Maria DeLuca in The WB show) and Brendan Fehr (who played Michael Guerin).  The show focuses on Jake Baron (Fehr) and…

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Roswell High: The Seeker Book 3 Review

Welcome back to Roswell High! It has been eighteen years since the Pocket Books (a division of Simon & Schuster) series Roswell High (1998-200) written by Melinda Metz saw print and since then produced a ten book series and just a few installments inspired the TV series Roswell (1999-2002). While I loved the show, and thought it was awesome, it barely scratched the surface of what the books delivered. Through this series of reviews I plan to not just review the books themselves but at the same time explore the…

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Roswell High: The Wild One Book 2 Review

Welcome back to Roswell High! It has been eighteen years since the Pocket Books (a division of Simon & Schuster) series Roswell High (1998-200) written by Melinda Metz saw print and since then produced a ten book series and just a few installments inspired the TV series Roswell (1999-2002). While I loved the show, and thought it was awesome, it barely scratched the surface of what the books delivered. Through this series of reviews I plan to not just review the books themselves but at the same time explore the…

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Media Madness Vidcast 120 – Roswell Commentary S1 E1 & S3 E18

Welcome to the Media Madness Vidcast! Each week Kat and I do a show where we discuss the latest in TV and Movie news, and sometimes we are joined by other members of Comic Frontline, or other members of the YouTube Community! This week Jay, Comic Book Theater, & Kat, Comic Uno, Commentate on the Roswell series premiere Season 1 Episode 1 “Pilot” &  Series Finale Season 3 Episode 18 “Graduation”! This Week’s Madness: Talking Roswell: Commentary On Season 1 Episode 1 & Season 3 Episode 18 Media Madness Linkage: Take Frontline LIVE With You For FREE On iTunes! Become A Fullscreen Partner Comic Uno…

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Roswell High: The Outsider Book 1 Review

Welcome back to Roswell High! It has been eighteen years since the Pocket Books (a division of Simon & Schuster) series Roswell High (1998-200) written by Melinda Metz saw print and since then produced a ten book series and just a few installments inspired the TV series Roswell (1999-2002). While I loved the show, and thought it was awesome, it barely scratched the surface of what the books delivered. Through this series of reviews I plan to not just review the books themselves but at the same time explore the…

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Crashdown: Roswell High Review Intro

In 1999 Pocket Books came out with a 10-book series by Melinda Metz named Roswell High. The series followed three aliens and their human friends in Roswell New Mexico. The aliens were the survivors of the most famous crash site/alien conspiracy Roswell Crash of 1947. The book series was such a hit that after just 5 books it was adapted into the Roswell TV Series.  I was in a book store looking for some good science fiction to read and the stark black cover with a set of eyes looking…

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