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92 : Arcadian's Asylum

by James Axler
Mar 1, 2011
6 Hours
Ages 18+
The brutality of post-nuclear America has spawned a dark frontier where the harsh and unforgiving new rules of existence cannot obliterate the decency and determination that drive the true human spirit. It''s tested and tormented but never destroyed.

A lust for power and a strong sec-force are the basic requirements of any Deathlands baron. But brilliant, charismatic Baron Eugene Arcadian has bigger visions than simply a monopoly on jack and trade. He wants the future. Turning his ville into the nascent heartbeat of the new civilization would require the help of Ryan Cawdor and his warrior group. But for these unwilling participants, the endgame of their enigmatic host remains hidden in the secret maze of laboratories beneath Arcady, where a new terror is about to be reborn....

In the Deathlands, always watch your back.

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Director & Cast

Director Nathanial Perry
Starring Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Delores King Williams, Colleen Delany andy Clemence, Michael John Casey, David Coyne, Dylan Lynch, Thomas Penny, Yasmin Tuazon, Scott McCromick, Joe Brack, Eric Messner, Karen Novak, Johann Dettweiler, Nanette Savard and James Lewis
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Johann Dettweiler
Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Additional Original Music Johann Dettweiller, Dan Sondak and Nathanial Perry
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


good by rafael (Posted on 5/13/2018)
this was a good story.
A bit low-key, but interesting enough. by Wincie (Posted on 9/13/2017)
Not a bad story, but not much really happened. More action would have been nice.

In this paragraph I speak not only of this book (episode), but for many of those published after the "first era" of forty or so early Deathlands stories. For me personally, Jack's perfectly crafted character was about 40% ruined by the "correction" of his speech pattern. In the early books, his terse bare-bones English was a perfect match for his cut-to-the-point, no-nonsense persona. Jack's later, "corrected" English is presumably the expression of a useless and misplaced (read: stupid) sensibility on the part of some author(s), editor(s) or publisher(s) who found Jack's original, broken English potentially offensive or otherwise intolerable. Such is the mindset of censors. Yet there is consolation for the folly of "improving" Jack's grammar: It is endlessly amusing to see the same over-sensitive writers/editors/publishers constantly display faulty grammar and misuse common words in these stories. The irony is rich. Did I mention the occasional mispronunciations by the audiobook performers?

Like many Deathlands fans, I much prefer the earliest 40 or so stories. All things considered, however, the series remains an enjoyable distraction up in these higher-numbered episodes. On the whole, the stories are often surprisingly well thought-out and backgrounded for what I like to fondly call the "cheap thrills" fiction genre.
92 by nicole (Posted on 12/4/2016)
Keeps you captivated
Crazy town by brian (Posted on 1/31/2016)
Man, they never run out of awesome characters, crazy doesn't really do this one justice.
Me by Larry (Posted on 7/25/2015)
this is a book were all have to pull there weight in order to get out alive
92 by Jack (Posted on 9/1/2014)
Jak kickin butt. Showing how it's done again.
Arcadian s asylum by robert (Posted on 6/13/2014)
The hidden is alway the problem
Deathlands #92 Arcadian's Asylum by Steven (Posted on 6/11/2014)
Ryan & friends, are tested and lured to a barony where everyone is controlled and conditioned to respond in certain ways, a planned society.
Death Lands by Linda (Posted on 4/29/2014)
Keep you wanting more. You can't get wanting more.

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