Inspector Spacetime Returns to His Roots.

Inspector Spacetime

In September 2012, The Pandora Society was thrilled to host Travis “Inspector Spacetime” Richey as a guest of honor at Pandoracon 2012. Inspector Spacetime made its debut on an episode of Community and launched the internet based mythos of the leading Doctor Who parody complete with over 50 years of alternative history backstory for the show at

During the last two years Travis Richey has produced the successful Untitled Web Series About a Space Traveler Who Can Also Travel Through Time (UWSAASTWCATTT), also known as The Inspector Chronicles which has grown in popularity, and Inspector Spacetime cosplayers have now become a staple addition to many conventions. The series was initially pitched to NBC (Community’s television network at the time), who appeared uninterested. Richey then began a Kickstarter campaign to fund the series, which was successful. After an animated teaser episode for the series was produced, NBC requested the production be cancelled. Richey continued with the series, but with references to the name ‘Inspector Spacetime’ removed and the appearance of the character altered. The series’ name was then changed to Untitled Web Series About A Space Traveler Who Can Also Travel Through Time.

Karen “Amy Pond” Gillan is a fan of the web series and Richey has managed to draw guest star appearances from Star Trek Voyager‘s Robert Picardo, Star Trek Deep Space Nine‘s Chase Masterson, Sylvester “Doctor Who” McCoy, Big Bang Theory and Blossom‘s Mayim Hoya Bialik, Buffy the Vampire Slayer‘s Nicholas Brendon, and others. Learn more about Inspector Spacetime from the official website

Richey’s production company, Siv-Art Productions, has also made several other web series, starting with his very first show Robot, Ninja, & Guy Guy, a sit-com about a gay guy (played by Travis Richey) and his struggles to live with his two unusual roommates: a curious robot and a gentle ninja. While finishing up Season 2 of Inspector Spacetime, Richey’s next project is to return to his first ever show and produce even better episodes of Robot, Ninja, & Guy Guy and last month he launched his latest fundraiser campaign on Indie GoGo to underwrite the show’s return.

To learn more about this exciting project and make a pledge to the producers of Inspector Spacetime to make even more great web based comedy (which we all know is the way of the future . . . today!) then please click go to their Indie GoGo page at

Travis Richey was such a fun guest to host back in 2012 that we hope one day to see the good old Inspector return to Cincinnati in his B.O.O.T.H. for further adventures in time and space, and more comedy in Robot, Ninja, & Guy Guy!

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