AIO Blogcast 21: Review of the Green Ring Conspiracy

After several set backs, including busy schedules and lost audio, we're back to review the recent Odyssey season in our longest podcast ever!

What's in this podcast:

A very long discussion of all 12 parts of the Green Ring Conspiracy

A short review of the Novacom box set

One of our funniest blooper reels yet

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Austin Peachey is a die-hard reader and audio drama fan. He's run the Adventures in Odyssey Blog for over 8 years and has produced a few audio dramas of his own. He's also worked on the 2nd edition of The Official Guide to Odyssey and can be heard on Phil Lollar's Iliad House.

1 comment:

  1. Yo, Austin (aka complainer) according to AIO Wiki:
    "Captain Absolutely was partially created to replace Power Boy, who was another one of Wooton's comic-book characters. When looking into creating comic strip for Power Boy - presumably in Clubhouse Magazine-, the Odyssey team found out that Power Boy was actually the name of a real life comic book. Wanting to stay above reproach, the Odyssey team decided to drop the character of Power Boy altogether. They later created a Captain Absolutely comic strip for Clubhouse. In the end, the Odyssey team said they were happy with the decision because they felt like Captain Absolutely gave them more potential themes and stories than Power Boy did."

    So stop whining about Power Boy!!!!!


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