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Missing my friend Bill Hollweg

 

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RELEASED: Walk-on role on Beneath the Planet of the Apes

Beneath the Planet of the Apes, episode 10

My man Bill Hollweg has some issues when it comes to Planet of the Apes. He’s the kind of fan that writes fan fic to supplement the original story, and he couldn’t be more true to it if he were actually living in that universe. So when he asked me to be “Mutant Guard 1” I didn’t ask any details, I just said “Send me the script,” because I knew it would be well done.

If you’re interested at all, it’s worth going back through the archives to get the whole story. But if you’re on the fence, I think listening to this episode will satisfy you that it’s worth it to dig deeper.

In this episode: In Ape City Ursus has assembled his Gorilla Army for WAR with the MUTANTS… A discovery and it’s implications may well affect All futures and possibly ALL SIMIAN KIND!

http://brokensea.com/?p=1680

It’s the bomb, as the kids said all those years ago.

RELEASED: 2109 Black Sun Rising [s01e03]

2109: Black Sun Rising

This episode of 2109 has been rated R for Language.

BrokenSea Audio Productions presents: 2109: Black Sun Rising
An original Science Fiction Audio Drama mixed, written and produced by Bill Hollweg.

Episode 3: “The Black Rises”

Asteroid Alpha….

Located Halfway between Alpha Centauri and the Earth….

FIRST CONTACT has now occurred. Pike and the crew of the ASIMOV-3, light-years from home and stranded for the moment on said asteroid, now must deal with the consequences of life on other planets/asteroids…ALONE.

While back on the Earth, C.I.A./Solar O.S.S. Director Carlson’s betrayals, dalliances, and COVERT illegal Black OPERATIONS are ALL now coming to light. All of which could easily destroy him and possibly topple a world power. Director Carlson is not pleased. And THIS makes Carlson and his SOLAR O.S.S. even more dangerous. Join the crew of the ASIMOV-3 mission on Asteroid Alpha.

If you dare….

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RELEASED: 2109 Black Sun Rising [s01e02]

2109: Black Sun Rising

This episode of 2109 has been rated R for Language.

BrokenSea Audio Productions presents: 2109: Black Sun Rising
An original Science Fiction Audio Drama mixed, written and produced by Bill Hollweg.

Episode 2: “The Rogue Asteroid”

The year… 2107 A.D. The crew of the Asimov-3 is setting out to repair their ship after having been forced to make a hard landing due to an extraterrestrial  gravitational beam originating from the rogue asteroid; located halfay beteen the Earth and Alpha Centauri.

While back on the Earth, Solar CIA Director Carlson’s “intelligence gathering and black operations and dangerous liasons” have come to the notice of more than a few people with reasons, and now proof, to take him down…. Continue reading

RELEASED: 2109 Black Sun Rising [s01e01]

2109: Black Sun Rising

This is a Bill Hollweg scripted project for Broken Sea Audio, which may not mean much to you, but those who know him more closely know that he pours himself into his scripts and his production. This is the first arc of an all original pulp sci-fi audio drama adventure, and I have it on good authority that Bill put a lot of heart and soul into this one.

So it’s with great honor that I announce the release of the first episode of 2109: Black Sun Rising. If you listened to the prequel that I co-wrote with Bill, you heard my character, Dyllan Pike, lead the first mission out of our solar system and barely make it back alive. As his hobbled ship limped back home, his fiance was piloting another on the way out. And so opens the first season of 2109.

Please give it a listen and tell Bill what you think. I don’t want to hear what you think, but feel free to heap blind praise upon me. 😉  Seriously, I’m very proud of this and I think you’ll like it for what it is, and the potential for what it may become.

http://brokensea.com/2109/2013/06/06/episode-1-series-1-it-begins-again/

Preview of an upcoming part

Small fishing boat

Image via Wikipedia

I probably shouldn’t be sharing this, but I get such a kick out of hearing myself like this. You probably hear me in it, but to me, Gus almost feels like someone else. It’s not the most authentic New England accent by far, but I think it shows some workable promise.

Regardless, I’ll post the link to the whole production when it releases, but here’s a snippet to give you a chuckle.

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