Futurama’s “Radiorama” a Return to Content, but Not Quality

I love Futurama. Growing up, Futurama was my go-to show, and I've seen every episode at least four times with commentary--watching them regularly, I have no idea how many times. I've always been a fan of how the writing balanced jokes, social commentary, and character growth. I love the absurd amount of detail that goes into even … Continue reading Futurama’s “Radiorama” a Return to Content, but Not Quality

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Procyon’s “Station to Station” Premiers with a Splash

On August 22nd, 2017, Procyon's new audio drama Station to Station debuted with its first episode, "Ep. 1 - Standard Operating Procedure." Procyon's description of Station to Station, taken from the show's website, reads as such: When Dr Miranda Quan embarks on a 10-week research cruise in the North Pacific, she expects two months of no-nonsense experiments, … Continue reading Procyon’s “Station to Station” Premiers with a Splash

36 Questions Review (Spoilers)

36 Questions is the most recent venture by Two-Up Productions, the team behind the acclaimed audio drama Limetown. The show is an audio drama podcast musical about an estranged husband and wife trying to reconnect over the "36 Questions That Lead to Love," a sort of  social experiment to see how quickly two people can become close. 36 Questions ended … Continue reading 36 Questions Review (Spoilers)

36 Questions Review (No Spoilers)

36 Questions is the most recent venture by Two-Up Productions, the team behind the acclaimed audio drama Limetown. The show is an audio drama podcast musical about an estranged husband and wife trying to reconnect over the "36 Questions That Lead to Love," a sort of  social experiment to see how quickly two people can become close. 36 Questions ended … Continue reading 36 Questions Review (No Spoilers)

The Adventure Zone’s “Stolen Century” Closes As a Benchmark in Storytelling (Spoilers)

Before this review begins, please note that it will be filled with spoilers. If you'd like a review to explain why you should listen to The Adventure Zone, this is not it, but I can tell you that at the close of this arc, The Adventure Zone has set new standards for how I rate any fiction podcast. Last … Continue reading The Adventure Zone’s “Stolen Century” Closes As a Benchmark in Storytelling (Spoilers)

Episode Review: Wolf 359, “Episode 47: Into the Depths”

This week, Wolf 359 returned with a bang. Not only did the team release a two-hour long prequel special available on Spoke, but their final season premiered with "Episode 47: Into the Depths." Wolf 359 is a serialized fiction podcast, and its third season closed with major twists and important plot moments. Please understand that this review will, … Continue reading Episode Review: Wolf 359, “Episode 47: Into the Depths”

Episode Review: Welcome to Night Vale’s Live Show, “Ghost Stories”

If you read this blog often, you probably know that I have a complicated relationship with Welcome to Night Vale. While the first year of audio (ending in "One Year Later") is borderline perfect, the show has dipped in quality more than once over the years, leading to recent episodes that have left me unimpressed and … Continue reading Episode Review: Welcome to Night Vale’s Live Show, “Ghost Stories”

Episode Review: The Bright Sessions, “34 – Frank”

This week's episode of the Bright Sessions introduces Frank Sawyer, voiced by Phillip Jordan, as an actual patient in Dr. Bright's office. As usual, The Bright Sessions cements itself as one of the most impressive independent fiction podcasts in the industry, and the inclusion of Jordan in the cast continues the already impressive lineup of voice talent. Before diving into … Continue reading Episode Review: The Bright Sessions, “34 – Frank”