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Heroes and Villains in the Big City

Length: 18:52 Size: 9M

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Welcome again!  This week we bring you tales of Heroes and Villains in the Big City.  We begin with Thomas E. Fuller’s “The Adventures of the Crimson Hawk: The Crimson and the Red” episode one  [EDIT 4-21: Whoops!  This episode was written by William Alan Ritch!].  This is a three part serial, so be sure to tell us how you like it at  This was performed live at the coffeehouse in Little Five Points in Atlanta.  This is one of our older recordings, and we’re not exactly sure what year, but it was pre-1996.

Next up is Jonathan Strickland’s “Mildly Exciting Tales of Astonishment: Subterranean Subterfuge” recorded live at Sci Fi Summer in 2005.

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Saturday Morning Kids Shows

28 minutes, 12.8 MB

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No voice intro for this show. Despite miscommunication and general behind the scenes random mayhem, this week’s podcast is NOT canceled.

There *was* a voice intro recorded. It was meant to sound off the cuff and laid back and funny, but it ended up sounding half-planned and disorganized. (It was.) Anyway, the show lineup has changed several times in the last few hours.

In no particular order:

We have 2 episodes of “Rory Rammer, Space Marshall:” written by Ron N. Butler. One is “The Island of Dr. Marceau” and the other is only ever talked about in hushed, furtive whispers: “The Lost Episode.”

And, an episode of “Mildly Exciting Tales of Astonishment,” by Jonathan Strickland: Ps and Q’s.

Also included are a pair of Public Service Announcements from the “Brotherhood of Damn Sassy Mutants,” by Sketch Quinn.

No time for credits. If you want to know, you’ll just have to ask nicely.