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Experience the swashbuckling space adventures of Rex Palladin - galactic corsair!
Created in the mold of such legendary heroes of yesteryear as Buck Rogers and Flash Gordon, Rex Palladin is the hero the world needs now! Written in the style of the classic radio plays of old, let the world of Rex Palladin be your entryway to a universe of swashbuckling adventure!
In this exciting episode, Rex is “persuaded” (by way of a slow-acting poison) to assist his old flame, Captain Charlotte “Charlie” Drake, to break an unknown item out of the galaxies most notorious prison. Palladin is the only prisoner to have escaped from Asteroid X and swore to never go back.
However, when your old flame has injected you with a slow-acting poison, what choice do you have? Will Rex and Charlie’s team of pirates be able to break into the infamous space prison, steal the unknown item, and make it out alive? Listen to this exciting radio play to find out!
Please note: This is a full old-fashioned radio play, done in the classic style, complete with music and special effects. Listen to the free preview to experience this exciting genre of storytelling today!
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Eye of the Beholder!
Some of the voice modulation for the computer voices had a bit too much reverb but otherwise this was an enthusiastic story and want to see more by this publisher. Reminded me of what I want to see in my entertainment. Action, daring and a bit of pulp sensibilities. Good use of sound effects and I could easily tell which character was talking because they all had varied voice setups.
I appreciate the attempt to write something in the style of the old-time radio shows. I appreciate the attempt at humor. But the voice acting is subpar so the performance is disappointing.
Hopefully they will try again after listening to some of the old style radio shows to get a sense of the voice dynamics and pacing.