A severe chemical contamination warning was issued to the attendees of the International ComicCon 2011 in San Diego and the Arbiter was there to save the day! Thousands of comic book and pop-culture fanatics rushed the convention hall with wide-eyed amazement at the latest and greatest in the world of comic books and media. The Project Arbiter crew was there on hand to introduce the short film to this influential audience.
The day started with a quick breakfast …
Project Arbiter has been blessed with the talents of many skilled crew members and today we are happy to bring you a Q&A with Devin White, one of the founders of Blue Realm Studios which is responsible for the fabrication of the XO-7 Arbiter invisibility suit, his “Inferno” knife, and the skull-faced Arbiter “Reaper” helmet. Here is what Devin had to say…
Q: How did Blue Realm Studios come about?
A: Blue Realm Studios was founded in 2007 one year …
The interweb is like a curious kid in an arid field and the only toy he or she has is a match.
Well on Friday, February 26, the match struck at 7:30 AM and the fire began to consume your web browsers around the world thanks to Analee Newitziz of io9.com.
“The Alternate History of Gundam in WWII” headline was the spark and the community of Sci-Fi and Anime fanatics were the field. You clicked in search of 3 story tall mecha-action …
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Learn more about the creators of the US Arbiter suit:
Michael Chance (Project Arbiter Creator – Writer / Director)
Robert Simons (Concept Artist)
Devin White and Adam Grumbo of Blue Realm Studios (Suit Fabrication)
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Lights. Camera. Action! The official Project Arbiter trailer is available now on the Project Arbiter website.