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Deathlands
27 : Ground Zero

by James Axler
Nov 1, 2007
7 Hours
6
978-1-59950-381-3
Ages 18+
Deathlands is a desolate and mute testimony to the aftermath of the nuclear blasts that laid waste the earth. Wayfarers in their blighted world, Ryan Cawdor and his band of warrior survivalists search for a better future in the devastated ruins of a once-proud land. The radiation-poisoned hellhole is their home and they are determined to defend it from the predatory foreigners emerging from a gateway.

And where its proud heart, the city of Washington, had stood, Ryan Cawdor faces double jeopardy posed by a barbaric baron and the indifferent wrath of nature.

In the Deathlands, everyone and everything is fair game, but only the strong survive.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Richard Rohan,Terence Aselford, Colleen Delany, Delores King Wiliams, Nanette Savard, Sunny Lasskey, Dylan Lynch, M.B. Van Dorn, Thomas Penny, Tim Carlin, James Lewis, David Coyne, Casey Jones and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Gerald Rudolf
Dialogue Editors Chris Rohan
Sound Designers Chris Rohan
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Additional Original Music Chris Rohan
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Deathlands Ground Zero by Grant (Posted on 2/12/2018)
Good solid addition to the collection.
Introduced a couple characters that have been talked about in previous titles and another character that had potential up until she got herself killed off.

Overall, this is another excellent title in the series.
Something off... by Chris (Posted on 12/21/2017)
I didn’t enjoy this title as much as the others. Doc’s voice was off (not as deep) and there seemed to be a lot of forced humor. Jack using his Cajun French all of the sudden seemed out of place as well. Having not read the original print version, I don’t know if this forces humor and jack’s language was from the source material. As usual, the acting and cinematics were top notch. The antagonist of the story was pretty lame, didn’t find him menacing at all.
27 by nicole (Posted on 11/8/2016)
Always impressed by the actors. Hats off to them!
Fast and Furious by Vann (Posted on 10/3/2016)
Forgive the 'borrow' of the title, but this one surely fits. The action is fast paced and that baron is one furious, if not insane, dude. An odd character shift in this one, but once again a plot twist is not to be unexpected. The production team does a great job and the acting is always on point.
Ground zero by frederick (Posted on 12/5/2015)
This was a great storyline but at the same time the whole bad baron plot is getting a little old.but again it is Ryan and his merry band of killers so in the end you can't go wrong.
Very good Book by Larry (Posted on 3/13/2015)
Now this book is a very good one to have in your collection
Deathlands Ground Zero by Steven (Posted on 6/9/2014)
Washington D.C. , or as it is now known Washington Hole. A place still scarred and contaminated , the companions encounter the local baron whose hobby is finding and keeping various muties in his zoo and Krysty and Jak have aroused his interest.
Review by Eric Convery (Posted on 5/23/2013)
GraphicAudio's adaptation of Deathlands #27: Ground Zero is at times, exhilarating, suspenseful, funny and scary. Baron Sean Sharpe is arguably the most vicious, psychotic, evil and memorable villain Ryan Cawdor and his companions have encounter so far in the series, and actor James Lewis plays Sharpe with wonderful, scene-chewing ferocity! Great job, Mr. Lewis! Also, the Lincoln Inn's owner/bartender Peter Clinkerscales, is one of the most hilarious characters I've come across in the entire Deathlands series. He adds a wonderful dose of much-needed humor to Ground Zero's otherwise seriously grim plot. Once again, everyone involved in this adaptation did a mighty fine job!

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