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Heavy Metal Presents
Heavy Metal Magazine’s Graphic Audio Podcast, features immersive sound design & Hollywood quality production in all new mind-bending stories set in the thrilling worlds of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 89 ratings
Incredible! I can’t wait till the next episode drops. The story telling is beyond captivating and creative. The range is ridiculous. Highly recommend.
ordnah via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/22/20
Like an audiobook
Only better! Queensbury Company really made me think! Prism Pastures was shockingly melancholy. Looking forward to more.
A Nerdy Girl via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/13/20
Wild ride!
So immersive it’s nothing I’ve ever heard before.
d.e.todd via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/25/20
Recent Episodes
I pulled this from a year when mankind ignored the signs of the supernatural and treated them as myths. Where science and magic were dismissed for conspiracies... F*CK that year 2020. Those select few, who did see beyond the vail of our reality, they were ridiculed, poor bastards. I couldn’t...
Published 12/31/20
Heavy Metal CEO Matthew Medney sits down with fellow Executive Producer Patrick Smith, and creators George C. Romero, Dan Fogler, Blake Northcott & Brendan Columbus, along with interviewer Matthew Aguilar as they reflect on the creation of WonderWerk in this weeks reprieve from a story, for...
Published 12/08/20
Science doesn’t always know what’s what. Ehh well... let me correct myself, humans don’t always know how science ACTUALLY works. When the universe started... well when the universes started magical items in the form of musical instruments paved the road between the dimensions.... WonderWerk(ers)...
Published 12/01/20
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