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Final Crisis

by Greg Cox
Nov 1, 2010
8 Hours
Ages 13+
For eons, the New Gods waged a war between good and evil.

Evil has finally won.

Victorious at long last against his enemies on the world of New Genesis, Darkseid has unleashed the forces of Apokolips on Earth. With the secret of the Anti-Life Equation at his command, Darkseid now possesses the ability to eradicate all free will from humanity-and usher in an end to the age of super heroes. Facing an ever-growing army of mindless slaves and corrupted heroes, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and the remnants of the Justice League of America find themselves consumed by the spreading darkness. They remain humanity's only hope-the only light that will not be extinguished in the world's darkest hour. But at what cost?

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Director & Cast

Director Richard Rohan
Starring Richard Rohan, James Konicek, Terence Aselford, Colleen Delany, Barbara Pinolini, Nanette Savard, Scott McCormick, Ren Kasey, Susan Lynskey, Jeff Allin, Dylan Lynch, James Lewis, Ken Jackson, Bruce Alan Rauscher, Erik Todd, Tim Getman, Danny Gavigan, Julie-Ann Elliott, Karen Novack, Steven Carpenter, Michael Glenn, Eric Messner, Christopher Graybill, Anastasia Wilson, Christopher Scheeren, David Coyne, Lily Beacon, Mort Shelby, Tony Nam, Jeff Baker, Dan Stevens andy Clemence, Paul Fidalgo, Ted Stoddard, Joe Brack, Christopher Walker, Tim Carlin, Laura Quinn Anderson, Peter Stray, Caleb Brown, Yazmin Tuazon, Kimberly Gilbert, Delores King Williams, Laura Reichert, Gary Telles, Michael Replogle, Margie Tompros, Corrie James and Greg Reinfeld
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Richard Rohan
Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry and Johann Dettweiler
Additional Original Music Dan Sondak and Johann Dettweiler. Natural Compulsion and other music by Harvest Bloom 2010 and used with permission
Cover Illustrator J.G. Jones
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


DC Comics Final Crisis by Xiong (Posted on 10/12/2014)
Overall I enjoyed this one, but will admit that the story was a little difficult to follow. The scenes jumped around a lot and there were so many characters introduced. This is very different from what I'm used to in the other DC audiobooks which has one or a few main characters and a linear story. It's different but not in a bad way. With time travel, parallel universes, and a ton of characters I totally understand how difficult it would be to have just one main character and a linear story. One thing that I really do have to comment on is that I didn't enjoy the exaggerated accents of the Black and Asian characters too much. I mean this as in there were other characters who didn't speak any English at all but it worked out fine. The exaggerated and stereotypical accents were like nails on a chalkboard to me. Besides these two things I really did enjoy this one. Lots of action and suspense. Plus in the crisis series you never know what will happen so the suspense and anticipation is on a different level. I will probably re-listen to it over a few more times while I'm at work.
The Greatest Crisis by Chelsea (Posted on 9/1/2014)
All of the other crisis's lead to this. Graphic Audio busts out all the stops for this 8 hour epic audio drama. The music depicted in this story is beautiful and ominous. The voice acting is top notch and the story direction does help organize the story a little better than the original comics. Each major hero has character defining moments. Plus the return of one dc's greatest heroes. 5/5.
A mess made tidy by John (Posted on 4/30/2014)
GraphicAudio is great at making messy stories more understandable and this is no exception. It is a great adaptation with solid voice work, a cohesive script and a great story. I recommend it.
I Could Be Snarky... by Michael Bailey (Posted on 3/2/2014)
...and write, "At last it makes sense!" but that's not fair to the producers nor is it fair to the source material. FINAL CRISIS the comic was a complicated affair and between the novel by Greg Cox and the performers and director that put this production together the story has a more mainstream appeal. Some may think this takes away from the original but it made me appreciate the story all the more. To be fair I checked out of the whole Monitor sub-plot but the straight ahead Darkseid portion of the story was amazingly adapted.
Graphic Audio by eli (Posted on 2/9/2014)
I thoroughly enjoyed all the Crisis audiobooks. Very well done with a plot that moves along just quick enough. Also, I was hesitant to buy a download, but I went ahead and did it. Unfortunately, my hard drive crashed and I lost my files. However, GraphicAudio was gracious enough to let me redownload them, something that I had concerns about when purchasing. Five stars to Final Crisis and its' companion pieces and five stars to graphic audio for sense of security when buying.
Most Excellent by Paul (Posted on 1/28/2014)
I just fell in love with this as I was listening to it and didn't want to stop listening to it. It's story lines like this which makes me love DC and esepcially when you get a full cast and sound effect audiobooks in not just one but two parts.

GraphicAudio are my absoutely favourite people to do audiobooks.
Great Audio by Comix Fan (Posted on 1/25/2014)
Final Crisis was a game changer in DC comic universe. This audio does great job with adapting the story.
Review by Smitty (Posted on 12/4/2013)
Maybe I was distracted while listening to this one but, I just found it difficult to keep interested in the story. That plus, the problems with the sound levels, (music/sound effects drowning out the voice actors and narrator). All of the voice acting is top notch as always. Like I said, I think I might have just been out of it or something so I plan on giving this one another go and may come back and redo my review.
Final Crisis by Chris (Posted on 10/30/2013)
Extremely good. Well produced, good voice acting. Keeps you coming back for more.
Review by mike mayhall (Posted on 9/18/2013)
Love all the crisis series. Great story and fun action - great voices. Another great GA adaptation!!!
big superhero fan by dreAndre (Posted on 9/12/2013)
I am a big superhero fan and this book gave me a healthy doze of superhero thank you very much for the fun ride.
Review by Jerrad Heath (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Another great piece of work from Graphic Audio. It does a great job setting the dark and foreboding feeling the comic series created. Great cast of voice actors all of which ,like James Konicek reprise there roles. My only complaint was when it was over.
Review by brenton mcgehee (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Best yet! The entire Crisis series has been wonderful! They do a great job of getting you all the information you need to finish the story. Especially considering the number of comics Final Crisis spans.
Review by John Ruebush (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I read the trade paperback of Final Crisis about a month ago, then purchased the audio version for a long car trip. This audio is a great complement to the print version and really enhanced my understanding of the story. They've done a great job of capturing the feel and the emotion of the series. I'm actually re-reading the print version now and feel like I can appreciate it on a much higher level after experiencing the audio version. Very well done!
Review by Simon Chang (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Solid voice acting and all-around great production values. If you read the Grant Morrison mini-series and didn't quite get it, this adaptation of the Greg Cox novel definitely delivers on an emotional level. I could've used a bit less of describing characters costumes every time someone new enters the scene, but otherwise this was a great 1st purchase from Graphic Audio and I'm going to check out their other DC programs.
Review by Eric Erickson (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Excellent sound effects and music. The majority of the characterizations were very good. Some were a little weak (some of the African American voices were a little stereotypical).

A few major issues have been mentioned: you do not need to describe every costume down to the stitching and the word "futuristic" was used a bit too many times (if you are talking about someone from the future, yeah their costume is going to be futuristic). The narration can be a little distracting, and there are a few mispronounced words.

Also the sound was an issue a few times, the levels were off and you couldn't hear the narration because the effects are too loud or the music is too much.

Overall, not bad. I found myself looking forward to driving to work to listen to the next chapter.
Review by Robert Griffin (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This was one of the best comic adaptations I've ever read. I know some readers got a bit frustrated with the costume descriptions, but if you've been blind since birth like me, it certainly helps a great deal. Guys like me can't just open a comic and glance at it panel by panel and I for one want to devour every detail. And all the fightscenes are beautifully described down to the last punch or Omegabeam. I'm hoping Graphic Audio puts out more DC adaptations. More dramas featuring the New Gods, or just Superman versus Darkseid would be fantastic, but since this is pretty much the first time I've been able to dive into the world of DC and soon to be Marvel comics outside of Bruce Tim's or Stan Lee's animated universes, I'll read whatever DC/Marvel titles GA decides to publish. And since I can't comment on GA's facebook page due to facebook losing my e-mail information, I wanted to thank GA here for recently anouncing that they're going to release 4 Marvel comics adaptations starting with Civil War in March of 2013!(Aw, only 4?) Can't wait, GA. My credit card is primed and ready. So those of you who don't subscribe to GA's e-mail newsletter, remember to support the production of the Marvel adaptations as well and mark March of 2013 on your calendars. Keep them coming, GA, please.

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