'The all-new ARCHIE adventure continues! Superstar writer Mark Waid teams up with the best and brightest artists in comics to bring a modern take to the legendary Riverdale cast of characters. This audiobook captures the bite and hilarious edge of Archie's original tales in a modern, forward-looking manner, while still retaining the character's all-ages appeal. The fallout from OVER THE EDGE is here! One life has been destroyed, another family has been torn apart--and only the kids of Riverdale High can save their town from imploding! Adapted from Archie issues and produced with a full cast of actors, immersive sound effects and cinematic music. Performed by Bradley Foster Smith, Robb Moreira, Triya Leong, Alejandro Ruiz, Laura C. Harris, Matthew Schleigh, Dawn Ursula, Bill Gillett, Richard Rohan, Holly Adams, Joel David Santner, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Rayner Gabriel, Shravan Amin, Rob McFadyen, Julie Hoverson, Mark Harrietha, Steven Carpenter, Wyn Delano, Nicole Perez, Jason Keller, Ken Jackson, Colleen Delany, Tanja Milojevic, Torian Brackett, Nanette Savard, Nazia Chaudhry, Scott McCormick, Yasmin Tuazon, Nora Achrati, and Sara Matsui-Colby.'
Continuing from Deathlands 141: Hell Reclaimed. Sleep yourself to a better life. Stumbling into Restown's hunting grounds, the companions are welcomed by a flourishing society which stands in counterpoint to Mutieville, a place where enslaved muties are subject to human whims. At the heart of Restown lies an ambitious plan to utilize cryogenic technology to escape the brutal present of the Deathlands and awaken to the glorious future that's being constructed for the baronial family by their slaves. The companions are invited to join the baron in this mass hibernation, but swiftly find themselves on the wrong side of a slave uprising. Performed by Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Laura C. Harris, Alejandro Ruiz, Lolita Horne, Colleen Delany, Andrew Colford, Amanda Forstrom, Elena Anderson, Bill Gillett, Bradley Foster Smith, David Harris, Chris Davenport, Danny Gavigan, Eric Messner, Eva Wilhelm, Hannah Curtis, Karen Novack, Ken Jackson, Lise Bruneau, Matthew Basset, Megan Dominy, Nanette Savard, Rob McFadyen, Robb Moreira, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Ryan Carlo Dalusung, Scott McCormick, Steve Wannall, Tyler Hyrchuk, and Yasmin Tuazon.
'In the grand tradition of Blackadder and Monty Python and the Holy Grail is the story of an anti-hero who can't help but find his way to greatness whether he likes it or not. Apropos is a rogue, a rascal, a scoundrel, a cheat...and those are his good points. Lame of leg but fast of wit, the only reason Apropos doesn't consider chivalry dead is because he's not yet through with it. An orphan with a chip on his shoulder, Apropos, travels to the court of the good King Runcible, with three goals in mind: to find his father, seek retribution for the death of his mother, and to line his own pockets. However, Apropos carries the most troublesome burden a would-be harbinger of chaos can bear: He may well be a hero foretold, a young man of destiny. It is not a notion that Apropos finds palatable, having very low regard for such notions as honor, selflessness, or risking one's neck. Yet when Apropos finds himself assigned as squire to the most senile knight in the court-Sir Umbrage of the Flaming Nether Regions, whose squires tend to have a rather short life span-Apropos is forced to rise to the occasion lest he be dragged under-permanently.'
'In his trademark suit of black armor and skull-like helm, armed with a demon-forged axe, Corvis Rebaine twice brought death and destruction to Imphallion-willingly slaughtering countless innocents in pursuit of a more just society. But that was the old Rebaine. Before he killed the mad warlord Audriss and banished the demon Khanda. Before he lost his wife and children, who could not forgive or forget his violent crimes. Now, in a distant city, under a false name, Rebaine is loathe to resurrect his bloody ways, even when the neighboring nation of Cephira invades his beloved Imphallion. But when an imposter takes up the legendary armor and axe, and sets about killing more ruthlessly than Rebaine ever did, the old warrior may have no choice. Pursued by an old nemesis, a mysterious sorcerer, and his own vengeful daughter, Rebaine moves to clear his name, save his country, and reclaim his family. To accomplish these tasks, will he once again have to become the "Terror of the East"?'
'The world changed while they were away... Gabrielle Williams has done the impossible. She pierced the Veil, entered the Beyond, and located the long-lost leader of the Echo Team, her husband, Cade. But the world they return to is not the one they left behind. All they fought for, everything they sought to preserve through their sacrifices, seems lost. As they struggle to find familiar faces in an unfamiliar world, one question burns in the forefront of their thoughts. What happened to the Templars? Performed by Steve Wannall, David Coyne, Laura C. Harris, Rob McFadyen, Chris Davenport, Terence Aselford, Christopher Graybill, Eric Messner, Bill Gillett, Stephon Walker, Matthew Schleigh, Robb Moreira, Matthew Pauli, Richard Rohan, Yasmin Tuazon, Karen Novack, and Thomas Penny.'
When a body is discovered in a locked toilet cubicle on the late-night train to Bath, Ishmael Jones is faced with his most puzzling case to date. When Ishmael Jones and his partner Penny are asked to escort a VIP on the late-night train to Bath, it would appear to be a routine case. The Organisation has acquired intelligence that an attempt is to be made on Sir Dennis Gregson's life as he travels to Bath to take up his new position as Head of the British Psychic Weapons Division. Ishmael's mission is to ensure that Sir Dennis arrives safely. How could anyone orchestrate a murder in a crowded railway carriage without being noticed and with no obvious means of escape? When a body is discovered in a locked toilet cubicle, Ishmael Jones has just 56 minutes to solve a seemingly impossible crime before the train reaches its destination. Performed by Scott McCormick, Laura C Harris, Shanta Parasuraman, David Coyne, Stephon Walker, Steven Carpenter, Bill Gillett, Steve Wannall, Nanette Savard, Matthew Pauli, Richard Rohan and Alejandro Ruiz.
Bestselling authors William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone give the classic American hero a real shot in the arm-in this epic story of a Rebel doctor fighting for justice in the aftermath of the Civil War. On the blood-stained battlefields of a divided nation, Dr. Samuel Knight used his surgical skills to treat wounded Confederate soldiers. In the brutal prison camps of the Union Army, he offered his healing services to fellow captives who'd given up hope. But now, with the war over and the South in ruins, the good doctor faces his hardest challenge yet: to save himself. Performed by Richard Rohan; Bradley Smith; Eric Messner; Henry Kramer; James Konicek; Laura C. Harris; Christopher Walker; Alejandro Ruiz; Scott McCormick; Bill Gillett; Joel David Santner; Lise Bruneau; Marni Penning; Zeke Alton; Matthew Schleigh; James Lewis; Delores King Williams; Steven Carpenter; David Coyne; Christopher Graybill; Steve Wannall; Colleen Delany; Stephon Walker; Michael John Casey.
Springfield Model 1880. Trapdoor rifle with bayonet. Vengeance optional. With a handful of murderous rogues, Captain Jed Foster has run off with four wagons containing new Springfield rifles, bayonets, and ammunition meant to resupply the troops at Fort Bowie in Arizona Territory. Foster plans to sell the weapons to the highest bidder-whether it's Apaches, Mexican revolutionaries, or Confederate veterans who still dream of destroying the Union. But that's the least of Foster's problems. His junior officer, Lieutenant Grat Holden, is coming after him. With the help of an ornery ex-sergeant known as "Hard Rock" Masterson and fiery guerilla fighter Soledad, the young lieutenant will face off with war chiefs, banditos, and cutthroat outlaws. That's just for starters. Then he's got to take down a man who has enough guns for a small army. Performed by Michael John Casey; Zeke Alton; Christopher Graybill; James Konicek; Nora Achrati; Steven Carpenter; Bill Gillett; Alejandro Ruiz; Christopher Walker; Henry Kramer; Bradley Smith; David Zitney.
Old ways and new clash in head-on confrontation: When journeyman hit man Ray Dylan agrees to look in on Sami Bloom, former mistress of a deceased Canadian crime financier, he realizes he must keep his profession a secret. What he doesn't realize is how difficult that is now that he has fallen for this warm-hearted beauty. While he struggles with the idea of confiding to her about his secret past, Dylan learns that Sami Bloom has some secrets of her own-and her secrets reach into the upper echelons of the very organization he works for. Add to that a greedy young criminal, who along with his thug-like bodyguard, poses a threat to Sami's life, and secrets or no secrets, Dylan knows it's time for bullets to fly. In Friend Of A Friend, Cotton paints a stark unapologetic portrait of modern American crime, both at its ruthless struggling-for-power street level, and at its more discreet, tight-lipped, yet equally deadly seats of authority. Cotton has a unique way of weaving the reader's senses into the story. Known for fast-paced narrative and wry dark humor, Cotton takes inspiration for his stories from TV news and headlines. He creates a raw and colorful, almost desperate atmosphere around modern American culture, yet at some point, unexpectedly, leaves the reader with cause for hope. Performed by Colleen Delany; Michael John Casey; Zeke Alton; Nora Achrati; James Konicek; Bradley Smith; Bill Gillett; Marni Penning; Christopher Graybill; Eric Messner; Christopher Walker; Jeff Baker; James Lewis; Richard Rohan; James J. Johnson; Steve Wannall; Steven Carpenter; Shayna Small; Megan Poppy; Emlyn McFarland; Henry Kramer; Scott McCormick; Alejandro Ruiz; Stephon Walker; Lydia Kraniotis; Alana Casey.
When a body is discovered in a locked toilet cubicle on the late-night train to Bath, Ishmael Jones is faced with his most puzzling case to date. When Ishmael Jones and his partner Penny are asked to escort a VIP on the late-night train to Bath, it would appear to be a routine case. The Organisation has acquired intelligence that an attempt is to be made on Sir Dennis Gregson's life as he travels to Bath to take up his new position as Head of the British Psychic Weapons Division. Ishmael's mission is to ensure that Sir Dennis arrives safely. How could anyone orchestrate a murder in a crowded railway carriage without being noticed and with no obvious means of escape? When a body is discovered in a locked toilet cubicle, Ishmael Jones has just 56 minutes to solve a seemingly impossible crime before the train reaches its destination. Performed by Scott McCormick; Laura C. Harris; Shanta Parasuraman; David Coyne; Stephon Walker; Steven Carpenter; Bill Gillett; Steve Wannall; Nanette Savard; Matthew Pauli; Richard Rohan; Alejandro Ruiz.
Ryan Cawdor has been narrowly rescued from a harrowing, uncontrolled plummet through the maelstrom of time, only to find himself stranded in a place outside of the reality he knows, his savior not quite the man he appears to be. At the Cawdor family home of Front Royal, the companions meet Ryan's long lost son, who is no longer who he once was. They learn Front Royal has fallen to invaders, forces under the command of a long-time bitter enemy, and constant nemesis. Woefully outnumbered, as the birth of Krysty Wroth's child grows imminent, the reunited companions must somehow devise a way of stopping the monsters and madmen who collectively are the Magus. Performed by Richard Rohan; Colleen Delany; Terence Aselford; Delores King Williams; Alejandro Ruzi; Laura C. Harris; Chris Rohan; Tia Shearer; Carolyn Kashner; Bill Gillett; Yasmin Tuazon; David Harris; Zeke Alton; Todd Scofield; Bradley Smith; Chris Davenport; Jonathan Feuer; Andrew Quilpa; Evan Casey; Andy Clemence; Ren Kasey; Drew Kopas; Matthew Bassett; James Lewis.
Uncovering an ancient aristocracy and its hidden secret Archaeologist and TV show host Annja Creed trades in her dig tools and dirty excavations for the sunny climes of Hollywood. Serving as a prop consultant for a popular TV fantasy series, Annja's enjoying the lights, camera and much less action. Until a scrying crystal is stolen off the set...and it turns out to be something more than a prop. The crystal, in fact, is a priceless artifact from the period of the Crusades. But in the process of recovering it, Annja discovers something far more valuable: an ancient document that could lead to the lost treasure of the Merovingian kings. Rulers of France's oldest dynasty during the third century AD-predating even Charlemagne-the Merovingians were said to be mystic warriors, armed with the power of God. But Annja isn't the only one who knows about the document. And now she must face down a malevolent group that's far too familiar with Garin, one of her closest allies. Good thing she shares far more with these mystic warrriors than even she could possibly imagine.