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May 6, 2010
The Byron Chronicles – Eric Busby has confirmed that scripting and voice work has begun on the third season of Darker Projects: The Byron Chronicles. The Byron Chronicles is a modern fantasy serial set in the city of Portland Oregon, and has developed a large, devoted fan base over the course of two seasons.
Children of the Gods – Christopher Mack has resumed work on the sci-fi serial Children of the Gods, after a long hiatus while he relocated Deadweasel Studio to sunny Las Vegas. The next Episode; Chapter 11: Gone to Ground, is fully scripted and casting is 75% complete while the voice work is 55% complete. Chapter 12: Dust to Dust is fully scripted as well, with several openings for new cast members.
Leviathan Chronicles – Christoph Laputka and Nobi Nakanishi have begun recording the season finale of their show The Leviathan Chronicles. While Chapter 25 is the finale of season one, it will also mark the relaunch of the shows website. Christoph and Nobi have assured fans that alot will be going on between now and the release of season two.
“We’re Alive” Zooms up the Zune Charts
Modern Myth Productions proudly announced via Facebook that their production “We’re Alive”; a story of survival in a zombie infested world, is burning up the charts on Zune. This fine audio drama production is now the fourth most downloaded podcast in the Zune Marketplace. Congratulations to the entire cast and crew for this accomplishment!
Not only is this is a great achievement for Modern Myth Productions, its a great achievement for audio drama as a whole. Along with Decoder Ring Theatre’s notoriety on Twitter and Fred Greenhalgh’s Wall Street Journal article, it seems as though modern audio drama is slowly creeping into the mainstream consciousness. Is this wave of notoriety a sign of bigger things to come, or is it just another flash in the pan? We would love to hear what our readers have to say…