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DC Comics
Crisis on Infinite Earths

by Marv Wolfman
May 1, 2009
7 Hours
978-1-59950-597-8
Ages 13+
A mysterious force is moving through reality, destroying all life in its wake. The world's greatest super heroes, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and thousands of others are confronted with their greatest challenge: stopping this inter-dimensional threat before it destroys all life everywhere! To stop this threat, they must ally themselves with the most dangerous super-villains. If they fail, more than 3,000 universes and untold trillions of living beings will die!
 

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Director & Cast

Director Richard Rohan
Starring Christopher Graybill, Richard Rohan, James Konicek, Mort Shelby, Elizabeth Jernigan, Ren Kasey, Bruce Alan Rauscher, Christopher Walker, Tim Getman, Colleen Delany, Lily Beacon, Michael Glenn andy Clemence, Terence Aselford, Nanette Savard, Peter Stray, Thomas Penny, David Coyne, Kate Foster, Tim Carlin, Jonathan Watkins, Casie Platt, Scott McCormick, Steven Carpenter, Ken Jackson, Sunny Lasskey, Eric Messner, Elisabeth Demery, Delores King Williams, Joe Brack, Sherri Simpson, Jeff Baker and Bobby Aselford
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Richard Rohan
Dialogue Editors Chris Rohan
Sound Designers Bryan Patton and Chris Rohan
Original Theme Music Dan Sondak
Additional Original Music Dan Sondak, Bryan Patton and Nathanial Perry
Cover Illustrator Alex Ross
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Pretty damn good. by William (Posted on 2/12/2019)
I usually prefer the Marvel stories but this was a great adaptation. Would recommend this to anyone who likes DC stories.
Continued by Derrick (Posted on 2/6/2019)
This keeps that story going for the Crisis. I enjoyed the story from Flash's perspective. Well written and performed.
Could not by Theresa (Posted on 12/17/2018)
Sorry to say but this book could not keep my interest. Listened to it all but this has to be at the very bottom of list list to ever read again.
didn't love this one by Ryan (Posted on 8/23/2018)
The voice performances were all good (I especially enjoyed the work of whomever played Psycho-Pirate), but the production seemed to be missing something. The music was unmemorable and the sound design lack-luster.
I haven't read the original "Crisis on Infinite Earths", so I don't know how they compare, but I found the story to be a little less than what I had expected. The moments that I knew were supposed to be huge and impactful going in kind of fell flat for me.
If you're fan of DC (and really love listening to Barry Allen being constantly present, but unable to do anything), then this is still very entertaining, but I'd recommend maybe skipping it.
Great start to an awesome trilogy by Noah (Posted on 8/16/2018)
listening to this put me at the edge of my seat. They do it justice by bringing every moment that happens in Crisis to life. GraphicAudio is amazing. And I totally recommend it to anyone who wants to hear Audio Dramas like this.
Exceptional adaptation of slightly flawed source material by ZJ (Posted on 8/11/2018)
This is another excellent production from GA. Unfortunately, the source material the GA team had to work from is a bit flawed. I refer to Mar Wolfman's novelization of the first Crisis event. The story does feel like it's been trimmed down a bit too much. That said, Flash is not my favorite DC character and Barry Allen is not my favorite Flash, so perhaps trying to sustain this story for two volumes, as GA did extremely well with their unfortunately no longer available adaptation of Infinite Crisis, might have been too much of a stretch for me. As it is, GA's adaptation of Crisis on Infinite Earths is a fun listen with great sound design and acting. As I said, Barry Allen is not my favorite Flash, but even so, Christopher Graybill does a superb job of bringing to life the sincerity of the character, and it made the story more attractive to me than it might have otherwise been. Each of the other individual performances is excellent as well, but for me, my enjoyment of the story hinged on Christopher Graybill’s portrayal of Barry Allen and I can’t compliment it enough.
Not so sure about this one by Chip (Posted on 8/7/2018)
Nothing wrong with the production, but I just wasn't completely sold on the narrative. Even though Marv Wolfman wrote the original story, I don't know if he was best suited for the novel version. I understand wanting to narrow the scope down due to the insane number of characters and plots in the original series, but it almost feels like it got narrowed down too much. Heck, it feels like the first half of the book is just preamble. I never really felt the high stakes that the book kept insisting were there.
It's Good by Stephen (Posted on 6/12/2018)
This GA Adaption of the 2009 Infinite Earths novel by Marv Wolfman which is based on the 1985-1986 DC Comics Crossover event mini series (which Mr.Wolfman wrote himself)by the same name ( which I read prior and I mostly enjoyed it respectfully) is pretty good and is mostly told by the perception of Barry Allen Flash mostly as the stories narrator who died during the event is interesting thou I myself would preferred Richard Rohan narrator instead but our hero (Barry Allen Flash) does great job of it and most of all the other characters are interesting as well generally and the villain pretty evil and intimidating too, thou this not best GA I have listed to (Infinite Crisis parts 1&2 which GA Did prior in 2007 and no longer carries them both for unknown reasons, I liked and enjoyed both of them much more respectfully)
I still think that it is good and any Barry Allen Flash fans as well as fans of this Comic will like it
Crisis on infinite earths by William (Posted on 5/15/2018)
I really enjoyed it
Different, but good by Andrew (Posted on 3/7/2018)
As I began to listen to this audio book of the classic DC comics crossover graphic novel, I was a bit confused on why they have The Flash doing one dialogue and then have the narrator doing others. But, after listening to it for a while longer and thinking of it, I thought it was really clever on how they did it. This is different from the graphic novel itself and it worked out pretty well, I was disappointed on the ending though because I really thought they would do the same ending the graphic novel had, but it was still very beautiful. Highly recommend this to anyone that wants to listen to an audiobook of a graphic novel.
This was so cool! by Deon (Posted on 1/21/2018)
I never read the original and this gave m a chance to experience it for the first time with a movie like feel. In all honesty the very beginning was the best part to me. The narration lead-in to the introduction of the program. I love the Flash in all of his incarnations, but Barry Allen (the best) and Jay Garrick (the first) are my complete fanboy dreams come true. To hear about the accounts of all interaction from first hand point of view? Unbelievable.
Fantastic by Michael (Posted on 12/23/2017)
This is a massive story with a ton of characters! Loved Barry Allen!
First-time listener by Nate (Posted on 10/8/2017)
Great adaptation. I like how the Flash is sort of the narrator. Might be a little confusing for people not familiar with the DC universe.
DC's First Crisis by Joe (Posted on 5/9/2017)
This is a perfect reproduction of the original Marv Wolfman comic mini-series. Crisis is when all of DC's inconsistencies between the golden age of comics to the comics of the early 80s are fixed in one grand event that spanned all of DCs comic book titles at the time. Special note for people who are unfamiliar with these inconsistencies; this "movie in your mind" could be confusing with all of the loose ends of a lot of historical backstories being tied up in a logical way. This confusion can be added with the fact that there are a lot of voices to follow of every superhero in the DC universe at that time. Just take your time with it and you will appreciate the value of this epic.
The beginning of something wonderful by Hunter (Posted on 2/8/2017)
This book was done beautifully!! It is the beginning to the best comics series Graphic Audio has done so far. How they rendered the story to match up was so well done. The voice acting is amazing as it always is! I cannot recommend it enough!
Crisis by marc (Posted on 1/9/2017)
Epic and wonderful production. May confuse those that are not familiar with the story but still very well done. Definitely worth a second listen.
Enjoyable adaption of a great comic story from the 80s... by Doctor 57 (Posted on 12/24/2016)
Great production from GA, based on the novel.

If I was not already familiar with the comic or read the novel, I think I would have been a little unclear on some of the events that unfold in the drama.
Crisis on Infinite Earths by Jeremy (Posted on 8/27/2016)
Giving this a 3 because GA's performance is amazing, as usual. But the story didn't cross into this media very well. It was a little difficult to keep up with since there were a few versions of the same characters, all of which had the same voice actor. And there were tons of characters to keep up with. It was still a good listen, but get distracted for a moment and you'll be lost.
Busy, Hectic, Heartfelt by Lon (Posted on 8/8/2016)
I am old enough to remember the original, and I would have said that it couldn't be told outside comics - there's just too much going on! I am pleased to admit I was wrong.
The narrative does get a little "busy" with so many characters at once; and the pace, pared down as the story was, gets a little hectic at times; but this was really a great adaptation of a pivotal moment in DC history.
pretty good over all by dewayne (Posted on 4/25/2016)
The acting is top notch. Story ok, jumpy. Had to listen to it couple times to catch all the story. Pretty Good Over all.
Perfection by Hunter (Posted on 4/22/2016)
I bought this book a while ago and I'm still able to go back and listen to to with as much enjoyment as I did this first time. I get just as excited when I read the book. one of my favorites
The Proper Order by Victor (Posted on 9/23/2015)
How to hear these:
Crisis on Infinite Earths
Infinite Crisis
52

THIS is the order--then after these magnificent 12 or so hours...you listen again; 'nuff said
crisis by peter pearlstein (Posted on 5/19/2015)
Absolutely loved hearing this from the point of Barry Allen and after listening to this cd it really made me want to reread the book.also the voice acting is on par!!!!!!. Then was my first graphic audio cd and as a comic fan I was thrilled and can not wait to own more. Keep making more dc!!!!!
It was good :) by Alaric (Posted on 3/1/2015)
The story was being told from Flash's point of view. An interesting take one the choice of the Flash. But it did make sense and for a fun story. Read the TPB to get the full experience
My favorite by far... by Luke (Posted on 2/24/2015)
This title is my favorite Graphic Audio title, by far! Excellent cast, and a really superb presentation of a complicated cross-over event. The Narration from the Flash is extremely well-delivered. Great performance.
Incredible production by Jared Manninen (Posted on 2/16/2015)
I haven't read the original 12-issue comic of this event yet -- plan to this week -- and I wanted to get as much of the back story as possible before doing so (unlike many people, I actually like being "spoiled"). I'm not that familiar with the DC Universe, so I thought this would be a great primer. I also listened to the 11 (so far) Comic Geek Speak podcast episodes titled "The Crisis Tapes" in order to learn as much as possible about Crisis.

I was greatly pleased by this audio version of the novel. Although it is a complex, dare I say confusing, story at times (hence 4 stars instead of 5). I think the use of the Flash as the main protagonist was a great idea, and it helped to simplify this worlds-spanning story. Without question, the production value is incredible and it also helps to distill the story into something way more easy to follow. Overall, this was a great "listen" and I recommend it to anyone interested in DC Universe lore.
Excellent adaptation by Brice (Posted on 2/4/2015)
loved the story being told from Flash's point of view. Great work from Graphic Audio
flashy by jeremy (Posted on 1/29/2015)
If you love the flash, you'll love this. He's the main character of this story, and if u ask me, it is as it should be
This is a Flash love story by Joe (Posted on 12/23/2014)
While not as strong as 52 and Infinite Crisis (I think because of the source material), Crisis on Infinite Earths is a darn good listen. I am well versed in the DC Universe, but I could see how people could get confused. i thought it was well paced (although "crowded," but so was the original storyline.

this was a love story between Barry and Iris. it proves that their love is eternal. Interestingly, I was re-listening to this lately and realized how sad it is that DC Comics decided that Barry and Iris should no longer be (and never have been together). i only hope that the Powers that Be at DC listen to this great audiobook and revisit their decision.
It's super great by Dean (Posted on 11/18/2014)
This was my first Graphic Audio book that I listened to and it was great! A very enjoyable production that I would recommend to anyone who is a fan of DC Comics.

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