Tag Archives: Audio Drama

Bloodquest: Prisoners of the Eye of Terror by Ben Counter – Audio Drama Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews the latest audio drama from Black Library, one that goes fully old-school for some great nostalgia kicks.

“If you’ve ever wanted to experience the old and classic Bloodquest comics in a new way, then Ben Counter’s latest should be your first stop.”~The Founding Fields



Bellarius takes a look at the return of an old favourite with Bloodquest: Prisoners of the Eye of Terror by Ben Counter and published by Black Library.

“An enjoyably explosive but very flawed return to a classic Black Library tale.” – The Founding Fields

Judge Dredd: 99 Code Red by Jonathan Clements – Audio Drama Review [Shadowhawk]

Judge Dredd - 99 Code Red

Shadowhawk reviews another Judge Dredd audio drama for his Advent Reviews series. This is Day 16.

“As a first introduction to the Judge Dredd/Mega City One setting, this is utterly fantastic.” ~The Founding Fields

Chosen of Khorne by Anthony Reynolds – Audio Drama Review [Bane of Kings]


Anthony Reynolds’ Black Library published Chosen of Khorne is a very enthralling and wonderfully scripted audio drama, writes Bane of Kings. 

A bloody, gritty Audio Drama that emphasizes the grim-darkness of Warhammer 40k, and provides a treat for fans of Kharn the Betrayer.” ~The Founding Fields

THE SCRIPTS: VOLUME ONE edited by Christian Dunn


Everyone has been asking for text versions of the audio dramas and Black Library has listened. Out today is a one print run hardcover book for your reading pleasure of the first six audio dramas for the Horus Heresy series.

Above and Below series, Episode 1 – Review

Above and Below

David “Commissar” Ploss reviews the newly-minted, internet audio drama series Above and Below. This review takes a look at the very first pilot episode of said series. Look for more and download at www.aboveandbelowseries.co.uk

“As a man who has critically laid waste many stories, both written and spoken, I’m proud to say this series holds its own. Bringing strong characters, talented voice-actors, a touch of humor, and a driving story, Above and Below really does take the cake! I loved it! -David Ploss, TheFoundingFields.com

Garro: Sword of Truth by James Swallow – Advance Triple Review [Djinn24/Commissar Ploss/Bane of Kings]

The fact that he looks like Gerard Butler only makes him 10x more badass!

Black Library serves up another winner with Garro: Swords of Truth by James Swallow with an exciting story written in a spectacular fashion, reviewed by Djinn24, Commissar Ploss and Bane of Kings. 

“My favorite audio drama from Black Library yet, James Swallow at his best with Garro: Sword of Truth ~Djinn24, The Founding Fields

“A fascinating post-Istvaan interlude of Terran-based awesomeness. James Swallow delivers an action-packed story!” ~ Commissar Ploss, The Founding Fields

 “Black Library’s best Audio Drama yet, aided by its length. This is a treat for Horus Heresy fans, for Garro is back – and better than ever!” ~Bane of Kings, The Founding Fields

Garro: Sword of Truth by James Swallow – Advance Review [Lord of the Night]

The fact that he looks like Gerard Butler only makes him 10x more badass!

Lord of the Night reviews the absolutely riveting Horus Heresy audio Garro: Sword of Truth by James Swallow.

“Swallow outdoes himself in this epic two-hour audio with a tale of betrayal, trust and lies.” – The Founding Fields

Black Library Audio Exclusives Part 2 – Audio Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews two new audio exclusives available directly from Black Library as MP3 downloads, a Deathwatch story by Gav Thorpe as he tackles an iconic hero of the Ordo Xenos, and a new Horus Heresy story by James Swallow which continues the tale of Nathaniel Garro.

“These two audio dramas are a great way to get both your Deathwatch and Horus Heresy fix.” ~The Founding Fields

Perfection by Nick Kyme – Audio Drama Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the Emperor’s Children-focused Audio Drama, Perfection, written by Nick Kyme, set in the Warhammer 40k Universe, and published by Black Library

“An action-packed, unpredictable audio drama.” ~The Founding Fields

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