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115 : Hanging Judge

by James Axler
May 1, 2014
5 Hours
Ages 18+
In the Deathlands, the game of survival offers no reprieve. There's nothing to win in nuke-blasted America except the chance to fight another day. Still, Ryan Cawdor and his fellow travelers hope for sanctuary…somewhere. Until they find it, they face each dawn as if it's their last. Because it just might be.

Justice is a damning word in what used to be called Oklahoma, thanks to a sadistic baron known as the Hanging Judge. Crazy, powerful and backed by a despotic sec crew, the judge drops innocents from the gallows at will. When Jak narrowly escapes wearing his own rope as a necktie, a rift among the companions sends them deep into the mutie-infested wilderness outside the ville. Separated and hurting, time is running out for the survivors to realize they're stronger together than they ever could be alone—before a ruthless madman brings them to the end of their rope.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Richard Rohan, Delores King-Williams, Terence Aselford, Colleen Delany, Tim Pabon, James Konicek, Kimberly Gilbert, Yasmin Tuazon, Andy Clemence, James Keegan, Brit Herring, Jefferson Russell, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Lily Beacon, Eric Messner, Matthew Bassett, Nick DePinto, Tim Carlin, Steven Carpenter, James Lewis, Jonathan Watkins, David Coyne, Tim Getman, Michael Glenn, Christopher Graybill, Nanette Savard, Laura Harris and Katy Carcuff
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Brian Rogers
Sound Designers Brian Rogers
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


good by rafael (Posted on 5/15/2018)
This was just a good story!
Wild West feel by brian (Posted on 10/9/2016)
Love the way this one feels more like a western, love all I have read and heard.
The Hanging Judge by Larry (Posted on 3/13/2015)
Here the group are on the wrong end of the rope and it is up to every one to cover each other A@$ to stay alive
hanging Judge by Jakob (Posted on 10/29/2014)
This book was entertaining but it also was not one of my favorites. As always waiting for the next installments.
Good by John (Posted on 7/1/2014)
Good Story. Good filler story.

Cannot wait till the next installment!
Deathlands #115 Hanging Judge by Steven (Posted on 6/25/2014)
Interesting story but not one of my favorites. The split up of the group which had always displayed teamwork & selfless courage and the constant squabbling seemed to go on & on and an endless stream of mutie attacks. Did like the parts were Jak tried to establish a solitary life but would it last.
Deathlands 115: Hanging Judge by bruce (Posted on 6/24/2014)
best one in awhile. good story lots of action
Hanging judge by robert (Posted on 6/13/2014)
The mutie bird thing was not that good felt like the writer was searching for something
115 : Hanging Judge by robert (Posted on 5/31/2014)
There's alot of good and alot of bad about this Deathlands.

As far as Graphic Audio's treatment of the book, it was really good overall, but there were a few rough edges in this one, which I haven't really noticed in prior books or other titles. When the group was having spears thrown at them by the muties, whomever plugged in the spear sound effect, went crazy with it, and while I didn't count, a mid size pack of muties sounded like they must have brought 500 spears with them to throw. There were also a few interactions between Kristy and Mildred which were either disjointed (odd time gaps in conversations where you wouldn't expect them, or emotions not in line with what was being said.

As far as the story, there were really good parts, lotsa Jak which I love to hear, funny parts, and a big climax which was good, but there were also some very "contrived" parts, where for the purposes of doing something with the story, nonsense arguements were fabricated, party splits which didn't make sense, etc. Also all of the non-human baddies were oddly placed, and didn't add to anything.

I'm torn on this one, I know why some of the annoying things went on in the story, because the end result of forcing the annoying events made for good story later, but it should have been handled differently.

This is still a suggested buy, and not as bad as the infamous "new narrator" Deathlands, but be prepared to have to wait out some bad parts of the story, because they contribute to major plot points later..

Lastly, I found it humorous that the voice for the major baddie was the voice used in Doomsday Warrior for the eskimo king, when they went north and got Archers head caved in. I hadn't heard that voice used elsewhere, and it was a "wow, it's that guy" moment when you hear it.

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