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Dante Valentine
3 : The Devil's Right Hand

by Lilith Saintcrow
Sep 1, 2011
8 Hours
Ages 18+
Dante Valentine, Necromancer and bounty hunter, just wants to be left alone. But the Devil has other ideas.

The Prince wants Dante. And he wants her now. And Dante and her lover, Japhrimel, have no choice but to answer the Prince's summons. And to fulfill a seemingly simple task: become the Devil's Right Hand, hunt down four demons that have escaped from Hell and earn His gratitude.

It's a shame that nothing is ever easy when it comes to the Devil. Because of course, he doesn't tell Dante the whole truth: there is a rebellion brewing in Hell. And there is a good chance that Lucifer is about to be pushed off the throne.

But Dante is getting really tired of being pushed around. And this time, she might be angry enough to take on the Devil himself...

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Director & Cast

Director Rose Elizabeth Supan
Starring Colleen Delany, Christopher Scheeren, Joseph Thornhill, Joe Brack, Yasmin Tuazon, David Coyne, Terence Aselford, Dan Stevens, James Konicek, Mort Shelby, Casie Platt, Nanette Savard, Richard Rohan, Thomas Keegan and Elizabeth Jernigan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Rose Elizabeth Supan
Dialogue Editors Johann Dettweiler and Rose Elizabeth Supan
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry and Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


even better by mike (Posted on 5/25/2018)
Our lead can't catch a break. Can't wait for the next one.
A Raw Nerve by Catdaddy (Posted on 10/15/2015)
Dante is at her best when she’s sparking like a raw nerve - and the story gives her plenty of opportunity to do that. She is a difficult character. She can be a spiteful, self interested pain in the butt, but somehow Colleen Delaney's performance still sells her as a compassionate character. In this third installment, Delaney continues to handle the juggling act of voicing the narrator, dialogue, and interior monologue - in one scene talking to herself, a fourth voice. The excellent sound design helps her to keep all three distinct.

This installment is largely about Dante’s relationship with her demon lover. Scenes between her and the demon Japhrimel dominate, occasionally to the point of monotony (“You must trust me!" "I love you but I am being petulant!”) However, when Dante does let loose, "The Devil’s Right Hand" provides incomparably powerful drama. A scene of sparring and injury in hour 5 is truly, rivetingly electrifying. Delaney as Valentine continues to deliver, quite simply, the most emotionally raw performance yet heard in the history radio theater. For that alone, this is required listening.

The drama is a hard R for pervasive language, violence and some sensuality. This is tough medicine; hide the kiddies.
OK by Tina (Posted on 9/10/2014)
This one feels like its the middle of a play. It is there to set up whats to come in the other books. I wish I could just slap Dante.
Great Entertainment!!! by edgar (Posted on 8/26/2013)
Amazing story lines, Great Entertainment, It truly is like watching a movie in your mind with all the sound effects and all. I am a long haul driver and am on the road for weeks at a time and this great for passing that time entertained.

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