Archive for the ‘interviews’ Category

TerraQuest Game Offers Mystery, Intrigue and Big Bucks

Sunday, December 15th, 2002
by Steve Peters, contributing author
I had a chance to sit down and chat with Keith Griffin, the CEO of MindQuest Entertainment, the company behind the new online interactive game TerraQuest. Keith is the driving force behind this newly launched game, which bills itself as a cross between a mystery and a scavenger hunt, offering a minimum prize of $250,000 to the first player to solve it.


Chat with Doug TenNapel of Push, NV

Sunday, December 8th, 2002
ARGN and had the honor of hosting a chat with Push, NV, consulting producer and "Push Puzzle Kingpin" Doug TenNapel on Sunday, December 8, 2002.

Before working on Push, NV, Doug TenNapel got his start in television as an animator for the cartoon version of "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes." Later, he got into video games and created both the "Earthworm Jim" game and subsequent television show. His upcoming TV effort, entitled "Gear," is based on his graphic novel of the same name, published by Fireman Press.

Mr. TenNapel has dozens of comic book, video game, animation, and television credits, and he also wrote, directed, and played a part in the 2000 movie Mothman. His graphic novel "Creature Tech" has recently been optioned to be made into a live-action motion picture.


Lars Fontaine, True Crime Press

Monday, November 4th, 2002
There are many questions surrounding the enigmatic disappearance of the elusive "E." It's an intriguing mystery that has roused the attention not only of the missing man's neighbor, but hundreds of online investigators that have organized into a group known as the Search4e, sponsored by True Crime Press, to track him down. Spearheaded by author James Pitt, and publicized by True Crime Press's Heather Hawkins, together they're attempting to find out just what happened to Ed Sobian a.k.a. Edward Sobiak a.k.a. Doctor Emil Schoffhausen—no wait, that was Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. No matter! The point is some people believe "E" was indeed a con man, while others postulate that he was involved in a darkly vast government conspiracy.


Exocog’s Jim Miller

Thursday, June 27th, 2002

We cornered Jim Miller and asked him about life behind the curtain. After we let him out of the corner, he agreed to answer our questions.