The Falcon Banner
Adaptation of Christopher Patrick Lydon's Science Fiction Novel
By the twenty-second century, mankind had stretched forth its hand to command the stars. Other races were discovered, and, as the human sphere of influence expanded, they were happy to live in peaceful coexistence, and humanity was on the verge of an evolutionary leap.
The Terran emperor was the first to ascend to the next step of human evolution. His advisors, who now styled themselves holy clerics, sought to force the other races to see the light of their religion. They began to subjugate the other races to the will of the empire. The Amsus, who saw the Empire as decadent, illogical and chaotic, waged war upon it. Admiral VonGrippen, the brightest military mind in centuries, betrayed the empire, and removed the entire home fleet, collapsing the jump gate after them, leaving Earth and the Empire to be squashed under the heel of Amsus oppression.
Now, three hundred years after the fall of the Terran Empire, humans find themselves the subject race, Stagnating on their own world unable to evolve either technologically or otherwise. It is into this oppressive world, that the most unlikely of men are thrust into the roles of heros.
based on The Falcon Banner, a novel by Christopher Patrick Lydon
- Freedom's Spark
- New Friends, Old Enemies
- For Duty and Crew
- The Future Remembered Part 1
- The Future Remembered Part 2
- Of Ships and Stars
- Red Relief
- The Stuff of Legends and Other Histories Part 1
- The Stuff of Legends and Other Histories Part 2
- The Stuff of Legends and Other Histories Part 3
The executive producer for the series is Chris Snyder.
The co-producer for the series is Mark Bruzee.
The Falcon Banner Art by Tom Davis.
The Executive Producer for Darker Projects is Eric Busby.
Special thanks to Christopher Patrick Lydon for making this series possible.