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Star Trek: Outpost

By Giant Gnome Productions

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Star Trek Audio Drama from Giant Gnome Productions. Life is good for Lt. Greg Torkelson aboard the USS Remington a Starfleet research vessel stationed near the Venderis Nebula. However, when word comes that he’s been promoted to the Executive Officer of Deep Space Station 3, an outpost in the backwaters of Federation space, he quickly discovers that all is not as it appears, and what seems to be too good to be true just might be. " In the darkest reaches of the United Federation of Planets, an isolated station stands sentinel over a neglected frontier. Commissioned long ago with high hopes, its promise is now all but forgotten; a lonely outpost serving as the gateway to the vast expanse beyond, where discovery…and adventure…await.."- Lt. Commander Gregory Torkelson

Customer Reviews

Lovin' It!

I watch/listen to *all* the fan shows--I make Starship Excelsior (which--shameless plug--you can find in the iTunes podcast directory), so it's kinda part of my job. In the past two years, no show has so quickly caught my attention as Outpost, nor held it so rapt. As Star Trek, it's familiar, but Outpost has so far avoided all the tired Trek tropes upon which so many other fan shows have run aground. Outpost's mysterious milieu, inventive characters, high production values, and plain old clever dialogue compel me to give this show my highest recommendation. Keep it going, GGP!


While used to video fan productions and non-fiction audio podcasts, I'm new to the concept of the modern fan-produced audio drama. I was introduced to Giant Gnome productions, and decided to slot Star Trek: Outpost into my queue for listening during my daily commute. I did not expect the quality that STOutpost exhibits. I'd heard Tony Raymond was a first-timer, and taking on co-writing, co-producing, and audio-engineering duties... so I made sure to set my expectations low. After all, who could keep up? Well, clearly Tony Raymond and his partner, Daniel McIntosh, can. Audio quality is kept to a high standard, and while the 'brass section blowout' act-breaks feel... a bit overdramatic for their placement from time to time, I'm still impressed. Sound-effects are mixed nicely, with a full ambiance. The cast is great and over-all well acted. ...The change in voice for DaiMon was a bit jarring, at least, if they're the same characters, but that sort of thing happens. Props to Robert Pepper as Lt. Commander Greg Torkelson, as well. I wasn't sure what to think of him with the first episode, but by the 6th he's grown into a character I can -believe- in. The first time you hear John Specht as Chief Burt "Hard" Knox, it's hard not to picture Solid Snake in Starfleet uniform, complete with face-camouflage. Everyone else stands out, but space is limited. I would be remiss to not talk about the -story-, though. The concept of the 'not yet ready for command' rookie, but one with a level head, plays out nicely here. There's a good feel that CMDR Torkelson's in over his head, and realizes it, but isn't letting the situation jar him. Though I admit, I hope Captain Tyrellian dies in a fire. Painfully. ...No more, no less. ;) In summary: Listen to Star Trek: Outpost. Production values are high, the story is compelling, and it feels like BIG THINGS are gearing up to happen in the show. You won't be disappointed.

OUTPOST is fantastic

This is a very well written and produced podcast. The characters and story line got me wrapped up in this show right away. Please keep it up!

Star Trek: Outpost
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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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