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19 Nocturne Boulevard

19 Nocturne Boulevard is an award-winning anthology audio drama series that ran from 2008 through 2013, and then went into deep hibernation.

RETURNING October 2020!!

Also the creator of Fatal Girl, Bingo the Birthday Clown, The Deadeye Kid, The Lovecraft 5, The Prisoner of Hancock House, The Decadence of Borrowed Silk, Eternal Dusk Roulette, and Atomic Julie's Galactic Bedtime Stories.                                                        Join our awesome Patreon supporters!

May 31, 2021

Inspired by the debut of Republic City's super powered, caped hero, The Protector; Officer Robert O'Reilly dawns a mask and takes to the streets to start his own vigilante crusade against crime as The Avenger!

Narrator - Emmanuel Mendes-Chumaceiro
Robert O’Reilly - Heath Harper
The Protector - Tom Proprofsky
Benedict - Joe Finfera
Judge - Frank Palangi
Doyle - Angelo Mercado
Bar Patron - Zoelle Annora Zero
Bar Patron - Qalil Ismail
Man - Josh Rothman
Additional voices - Chris .R. Notarile

A WORD FROM CHRIS This story is actually a revised version of the script for the unreleased issue #2 of my original comic book, THE PROTECTOR, which you can read for free with Kindle here: In that book, The Protector makes his presence known to Republic City, and we see how he handles himself as both a superhero and a crime scene investigator. Issue 2 (this story) deals with the fallout of how vigilante justice can complicate things, specifically in the courts.

I never planned to release issue 2 as a radio play, but since I was never able to complete the actual comic, and I had such fun with my last couple of radio plays: JACK SLATER V, and WEST OF SHATNER, I decided why not? And gave it a go. Recording and editing radio plays are actually really easy for me, which makes them a lot of fun. Plus, I get to act, which I love and continually wish to do more of.

Unfortunately, I think I might have played one too many parts in this play, due to lack of other actors being available and or having proper recording equipment. But them's the breaks.

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