Written by Amanda Meuwissen / Produced by BigWorldNetwork.com. When the Devil's Collector of souls begins to encounter murder victims near his targets, he must seek help from human contacts and other Collectors to solve the crimes before the killer starts to hunt him.
By Written by Amanda Meuwissen / Produced by BigWorldNetwork.com
Puddle Driver opens in a high-alt station where Streis, a data headhunter, awakes. The last thing he remembers is sitting at a booth in a bar in Osaka. He has to find out why he's been taken, which leads him to learn that there's much more happening than he'd expected, things much bigger than his own situation. As he gets closer to the truth, he encounters a cult based in Japan and phantoms that live on networks as he faces a past that he just can't shake.
.. all things guitar. A weekly Podcast/radio show about all things Guitar! 2 guys, old pals, long time professional recording and touring guitar players, talk each week about everything from picks and strings to styles and recording techniques, about what we like and dont like and what we love! No holds barred opinionated guitar talk with an eye to the future of music and guitar, and a reverence for the past. Surprise guests combined with opinionated conversation, and guitar mayhem ensues! Join us for Guitar Talk and explore your love of all things Guitar!
By John March
Project Paranormal is an original video program produced by Berkley. Part of the Screening Room, a channel on Penguin's Video & Radio Network, Project Paranormal opens a window to the world of vampires, werewolves and fallen angels. This series includes irreverant man-on-the-street interviews, an insider's look at how these books get their distinctive look, author interviews, and conversations with editors who specialize in paranormal fiction and what they look for in a great read. Look for our Video Podcast in the iTunes Music Store.
By Penguin Books
The Blue Beetle is Dan Garrett, a rookie patrolman. Who, after being shot, was given a mysterious vitamin 2X that gave him the strength of 10 men. And, by wearing bullet proof blue chain mail, transformed himself into the mysterious Blue Beetle, a daring crusader for law. After his father was killed by a gangsters bullet, young Dan Garret joined the New York Police Department, but soon tired of the slow pace and red tape of police work. With the help of his friend and mentor, pharmacist and drugstore proprietor Dr. Franz, Dan acquired a strange mask and suit of impenetrable blue chain armour which was flexible as silk but stronger than steel, and began a second life, fighting crime as The Blue Beetle. His calling card was a small beetleshaped marker that he left in conspicuous places to alert criminals to his presence, using their fear of his crime fighting reputation as a weapon against them. The Blue Beetle was created by Charles Nicholas. The character made his first appearance in August of 1939 in the comic book Mystery Men 1, published by Fox Features Syndicate. The Blue Beetle Radio Serial aired from 051540 to 091340 as a CBS. 30 minutes, syndicated series. Actor Frank Lovejoy provided the voice of the Blue Beetle for the first thirteen episodes. Later episodes were uncredited.
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By Psychic Advisors on http://www.absolutelypsychic.com
Each episode you will hear tips and information from legitimate industry insiders. Casting directors, agents, producers and directors will offer insights on pictures, resumes, auditions, reels, and what happens when you get the job. Get inspiration from real life audition stories – find out who got the part and how they got it! Join us as we inform, inspire and demystify the actor’s journey. Brought to you by Darbi Worley and Red Wall Productions. www.darbiworley.com www.redwallproductions.com
By Darbi Worley & Red Wall Productions