Well, it's been a year. Our series finale, Brave New World came out a year ago today. Hard to believe how fast a year went by, isn't it? Well, to commemorate the occasion, we wanted to share a little bit of bonus Wolf 359 content with all of you.
First of all: the time has come. The full Pryce and Carter's Deep Space Survival Procedure and Protocol Manual is, at long last, available! It took a year of work from practically everyone in the cast and crew, but the book is done.
And what a book it is. Aside from the full list of all 1,001 Deep Space Survival Tips - reproduced for the first time in their full sprawling, surreal, mind-bending glory - the book also features an original essay by W.S. Carter, a foreword by Mr. Cutter, an afterword by Miranda Pryce, and handwritten commentary by a certain eccentric Communications Officer.
Getting to make this book was a dream come true for everyone on the team - it was something we'd been hoping to make since the very start of the show. We got to produce it thanks to all of the amazing support that we got from the folks who donated to our Patreon page, and we are eternally grateful to them for all of the opportunities they gave us over the past three years. If you supported us on Patreon, check you email - your copy of the manual should be waiting for you there. For everyone else, you can get your very own digital copy of Pryce and Carter's by visiting www.DSSPPM.com.
But wait, there's more!
Last year, we got to make three mini Wolf 359 episodes for the kind folks at Spoke, as a proof of concept for our Mission Mishaps series. These were up as cleverly hidden easter eggs, and remained, for the most part, undiscovered. So, to commemorate the one year anniversary of the end of the show, we are taking these out of the vault and sharing them with the world at large. So look into your podcasting app of choice, and enjoy Adventure of a Lifetime, Step One, and Space Rage.
Thank you so much to our friends at Spoke for all the support, and for the chance to bring everyone three final peaks into the early chaos on board the U.S.S. Hephaestus.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone, and thank you so much for all of your continued support and love for the series, even a year after its ending. And, of course, a very happy birthday to Doug Eiffel, wherever he might be.
Thank you, and enjoy.