Back to Frank Black
Edited by Adam
Chamberlain & Brian A. Dixon
Fourth Horseman Press
is proud to confirm the release of Back to Frank
Black, a book based on the Fox television series Millennium
(1996-99) and produced in association with the titular
campaign to return its hero, Frank Black, to the
Back to Frank Black offers fans of Millennium a hitherto
unprecedented volume of material exploring this landmark
series. The book features forewords from lead actor Lance Henriksen and co-executive producer Frank Spotnitz as well as
an introduction by series creator and executive producer Chris
Carter. Back to Frank Black offers extensive interviews with
cast and crew in addition to exclusive new material that
includes an original essay by actress Brittany Tiplady. The
collection further boasts essays from a number of authors with
in-depth knowledge of the series—including John Kenneth Muir,
Joe Maddrey, Paul Clark, Gordon Roberts, Joe Tangari, and
Alexander Zelenyj—as well as cover artwork by Matthew Ingles
and illustrations throughout by campaign founder James McLean.
Back to Frank Black is edited by Adam Chamberlain and Brian A.
Dixon. The book is now available in both hardcover and
paperback editions from all major booksellers, with a multi-platform electronic edition
set to be released early next year. The collection will not
be sold for profit and all proceeds will be donated to Lance Henriksen’s preferred registered charity, Children of the
Night. Publisher's updates will be made available from
Barnes & Noble
20 July 2010
Back to Frank Black
Millennial Abyss now stands as a dormant internet archive,
a fixed shrine to one of television's most remarkable series,
but Millennium fandom lives on in bold
fashion at Back to
Frank Black! Hosting an organized campaign dedicated to
seeing the return of Lance Henriksen as Frank Black, Back to
Frank Black offers viewers the opportunity to rediscover
what made the series and its characters great and to take part
in the battle to see it reborn. The campaign's trademark podcasts
regularly feature lively interviews with prominent members of the cast
and crew including Chris Carter, Glen Morgan, Mark Snow,
Kristen Cloke, Megan Gallagher, Klea Scott, and Lance
Henriksen. Recently, Adam Chamberlain and I have joined forces
with campaign leaders Troy Foreman and James McClean in an
effort to contribute to this exciting endeavor. We'll make our campaign debut
in an upcoming podcast featuring a roundtable discussion
regarding the best episodes of the series. The coming
weeks also promise a number of rousing posts, projects, and
high-profile competitions sure to engage anyone who has ever
been captivated by the themes and mythology of Millennium.
Clearly, history's greatest criminal profiler is alive and
well. To rediscover Millennium in new and noteworthy
ways, to gain insight into Frank Black's brilliant future, you
need only visit Back to
I miss Frank Black. Some days I miss Frank Black more than I can say. I miss Millennium, too, but it’s the man that defined the series that is most conspicuous in his absence. It goes without saying that he was a singular hero, unique and utterly irreplaceable. More and more often, when I sit to watch classic episodes from my collection of DVDs I feel as if I am visiting the memorial of a great man who was taken from us when he still had so much to teach us. I am sometimes struck by a strange sense of hope or a painfully nostalgic twinge when I pass a red Jeep Cherokee whilst traveling America’s roadways. I want to know that Frank Black is alive and well, that he’s out there doing what he does best. Today is Lance Henriksen’s birthday, and we raise our glasses to him. Truly, he is one of the greatest actors of our age, and that was never more evident than when he slipped on the identity of our favorite profiler. Happy birthday, Mr. Henriksen.
The Millennial Abyss has not been regularly updated for some time and, truthfully, it may not be regularly updated in the foreseeable future. Time will tell. Most of my creative attentions are now devoted to the thematically similar
Revelation and other Fourth Horseman Press publications. That does not mean that this website has been forgotten, however. The episode guide and other subsections will always be periodically tended to, and the site will continue to serve as one of the foremost archives celebrating the series. Additionally, this October will mark Millennium’s tenth anniversary, and I wouldn’t be surprised if we find some way to celebrate. In the meantime, keep watching. Never forget. It’s up to us to keep Frank Black’s memory alive and to continue to live by his example.
A schedule of the show's airings in
Canada and the UK.
A complete and extensive guide to every episode of
A listing of websites
related to Millennium, 1013, and more.
Answers to the most frequently asked
A collection of articles and essays
providing insight into the show.
A directory of original
Millennium episodes written by its fans.
Artwork, wallpaper, music, and more.
Revelation magazine continues
to regularly present its readers with strikingly original and
wildly entertaining doomsday scenarios. Revelation: Volume III
— the third installment in Fourth Horseman Press's line of annual
anthologies — collects all of the apocalyptic short stories
published in the pages of the independent magazine during its
third year of publication. The book presents a total of twenty-two
tales, including previously unpublished material.
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