Open the iris and come with us once more as we bring back Stargate for three brand new original adventures! A year after the cancellation of Stargate Universe and four years since the last Stargate SG-1 TV movie, Big Finish is very proud to announce the release of a new Stargate SG-1 series of full cast audio dramas, set during its tenth season. Reuniting Michael Shanks as Daniel Jackson and Claudia Black as Vala Mal Doran, the first trilogy of stories also features the return of Cliff Simon as Ba’al.
Producer Paul Spragg says: “We’ve tried to cram in everything plus a kitchen sink or two for these releases. There’s the traditional blend of action, drama and humour that Stargate has always done so well, some cheeky little surprise twists and the chance not only to renew your acquaintance with the fantastic Daniel, Vala and Ba’al but also to meet a whole new crew – in exciting otherworldly and outer space adventures!”
A shooting in the heart of Stargate Command is only the beginning for Daniel Jackson and Vala Mal Doran.
Suddenly it’s friend against friend, none of their allies can be relied upon and they’re the universe’s only hope to foil the latest scheme concocted by the last System Lord, Ba’al.
Will Daniel, Vala and a few of Vala’s less than savoury friends be enough to stop a conspiracy that reaches deep into the heart of Stargate Command and threatens to destroy everything they’ve spent years building?
Stargate SG-1: Series Three – Part One is now available to order as a box set (£30 + postage) or download (£25) and comprises the stories Half Life by James Swallow, An Eye for an Eye by Sally Malcolm and Infiltration by Steve Lyons.
A second trilogy of tales,Stargate SG-1: Series Three – Part Two, will be released in August 2012 and is available as a pre-orderfor either the box set or download at the discounted price of £25 (with no postage for UK purchasers) and £20 respectively.
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