Category: Podcast

Batman: The Audio Adventures #1 (comic) review

Egad! As a follow up to the audio podcast of the same name, Batman: The Audio Adventures has expanded from audio to visual. The new comic adventures present a world of lighthearted noir, now sans-Chris Parnell and audio in general. Audio dramas like The Lone Ranger, The Adventures of Superman, or X-Minus One were once apart […]

20 excellent podcasts for listeners who love a good story

20 excellent podcasts for listeners who love a good story

Now that summer is here, many of us have the opportunity to spend a little more time digging into the media that we missed out on over the past several months. That’s especially true for podcasts, which are perfect for passing the time during a long road trip or waiting out an airport layover. A […]

29 Best Fiction Podcasts You Need To Check Out

Fiction podcasts are rapidly becoming a popular form of entertainment. There are so many podcasts it’s hard to know where to start. Of course, it’s impossible to go wrong with fiction podcasts. The best fiction podcasts keep the listener on the edge of their seats. They take the listener down a rabbit hole full of […]

20 excellent podcasts for listeners who love a good story

Now that summer is here, many of us have the opportunity to spend a little more time digging into the media that we missed out on over the past several months. That’s especially true for podcasts, which are perfect for passing the time during a long road trip or waiting out an airport layover. A […]

Tacoma-based fiction podcast “The Adventures of Captain Radio” releases first season

Submitted by Obscure Studios Independent production company Obscure Studios announced today the release of its first-ever audio drama, “The Adventures of Captain Radio.” The first season, consisting of six 20-minute episodes, is available now. The scripted, full-cast science fiction drama pays homage to the radio shows of the 1930s, featuring classic tropes, rapid-fire dialogue, newsreel-style […]

Long Shadow, and 5 More Podcasts Worth Trying

In 1946, Robert John Landry — who wrote extensively about the radio business and who had a very long career at Variety, where, among other things, he established the radio review department — published a piece titled “The Improbability of Radio Criticism,” where he lamented the state of radio criticism for a few different reasons. He […]