ATC123: Review of The Legends of Robin Hood from AIR Theatre & Sonic-Con Announcement

Today we're reviewing The Legends of Robin Hood from the Augustine Institute Radio Theatre. This nearly 6-hour audio drama was highly an...

Today we're reviewing The Legends of Robin Hood from the Augustine Institute Radio Theatre. This nearly 6-hour audio drama was highly anticipated and we're excited to talk about it. Also in this episode, we're joined by actor, writer, director, and professor, Chris Nelson who is spearheading a new audio drama convention called Sonic-Con. And we have lots of feedback from E.Z., Big Bob, John T., Antonio, Kyle and Michael C. And in the midst of all of this, we also mention Nintendo video games and donating cars.

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Intro Segment

Interview Segment

Chris Nelson
Liberty University faculty member, the voice of Mortimer in The Encounter, organizer of Sonic-Con

Sonic-Con 2020 is the first-ever convention for fans and creators of family-friendly audio drama.
Use the coupon code "SONIC-20" when you register for a discount off the weekend pass.
Page for New Work Submissions:

Review Segment

The Legends of Robin Hood
The Augustine Institute Radio Theatre
Released May 20, 2019
Duration 5:48:13
12 episodes (ranging from about 19 to 35 mins)

Check out a couple of the music cues by composer, Jared DePasquale on his website.

The Disney novelization that JD mentioned was published in 1975 by the New English Library and was written by Derry Moffatt. More info about that edition can be found here. Cover image courtesy of Bear Alley Books.

The Great Illustrated Classics edition that Roy and Andrew mentioned was written by Howard Pyle. You can check it out on Amazon.

The Nintendo video game that Andrew mentioned was released in 1991 for the NES and GameBoy system and was titled Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.

Feedback Segment

E.Z. recently dove into the ATC podcast and has some feedback for us.
Big Bob responds to the ATC122 discussion about distribution, as does John T. and Antonio
Kyle and Michael C. respond to our question about reviewing some classic audio drama
Lots of feedback about distribution so add your two cents here

Audio Drama Tidbits Segment

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