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Deathlands
24 : Trader Redux

by James Axler
Jul 1, 2007
6 Hours
6
978-1-59950-336-3
Ages 18+
Ruled by a perverse and malevolent Nature, roamed by lawless remnants of humanity, the Deathlands is what''s left of the continental U.S. after a nuclear apocalypse unleashed hell on earth. Here, only a few can survive and still retain hope for the future and of these, none are more determined than the exiled son of a coastal baron and his closely knit band of warrior survivalists.

The years of struggle in the new reality made Ryan Cawdor a bold and undisputed leader, but now he may have to contend with his former mentor, the enigmatic Trader. Together with J. B. Dix and Abe, they make a perilous journey down the mighty Colorado and in the Grand Canyon''s mile-deep crags, a degenerate barony and mutie death traps test the limits of the group''s survival skills.

Weary and torn from their cross-country trek, they return to their stronghold in New Mexico to find it abandoned, with no sign of Krysty Wroth, Dean or the others...

Imagine your worst nightmare. It''s called Deathlands.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Colleen Delany, Delores King Wiliams, Nanette Savard, M.B. Van Dorn, Cate Torre, Dylan Lynch, Ken Jackson, Michael Glenn, Barbara Pinolini and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Mark Delgado
Dialogue Editors Greg Reinfeld, Brian Rogers and Kyle Unnewehr
Sound Designers Greg Reinfeld, Brian Rogers and Kyle Unnewehr
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Additional Original Music Matt Webb, Johann Dettweiler and Chris Rohan
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

24 by nicole (Posted on 11/8/2016)
Yay Trader! What a reunion!
DEATHLANDS 24 : Trader Redux by Julius (Posted on 6/19/2016)
Love the cover. Really good book.
The Reunion by Vann (Posted on 4/7/2016)
Some reunions are tearful, some with shouts of acclamation. This one just occurred. It just was. It felt flat for someone that Ryan loved like a father-figure. Reunited with his old leader, Ryan saw quickly that Trader was loosing grip and Ryan had graduated the school of hard-knocks to become a leader. The battle begins. An excellent production for a welcomed book in the Deathlands series.
24 : Trader Redux by Glenn (Posted on 11/11/2015)
Great seeing the legendary trader after so long but somewhat sad as well with the old man showing signs of age and the realization that hes no longer the leader any more. Still hes a force to reckoned with as many find out in this story. Solid performances and among the best of the series.
Slickman The Man by Larry (Posted on 3/13/2015)
Trader and Ab now join up with Ryan and JB then the fun begains
Deathlands Trader Redux by Steven (Posted on 6/6/2014)
The Trader is alive. Ryan & J.B are thrilled to meet him again but things have changed. No more war wags and who is the leader now
Review by Vikki Sorel (Posted on 5/23/2013)
It's nice to see how Ryan as a leader has to contend with Trader. Hate the cover though.
Review by Eric Convery (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Deathlands #24: Trader Redux told a pretty good story, and had some interesting and tense action scenes. Overall though, I thought it was a slight let-down after the total amazingness that was Deathlands #23: Road Wars. Here I was waiting with breathless anticipation for the excitement of what would (I'd hoped) be an amazing and memorable reunion. Instead, the reunion of Ryan and J. B. with Trader and Abe felt disappointly anti-climactic.

On the plus side, the side-plot involving Doc Tanner was entertaining and suprisingly emotional and touching. My affection and sympathy for Doc grew even more.

Overall, Trader Redux was a solid technical production. Once again, the GraphicAudio cast delivered some amazing vocal perfomances and the crew delivered some awesome and suspenseful sound effects and music.

Trader Redux was, overall, an entertaining story. Just not as entertaining as Road Wars was.

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