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Disarmed and Dangerous

by Tim Waggoner
May 1, 2014
0.7 Hours
Ages 18+
Welcome to the realm of Nekropolis, where monsters are real. So are witches and ghosts and just about any other thing you can think of that goes bump in the night. Meet former Cleveland cop turned Zombie private eye, Matt Richter, as he is asked by a female demon to save her boyfriend from the loan sharks who’ve kidnapped him. “But she was a demon, and her kind had been known to tell a fib now and again…”

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Ken Jackson, Jefferson Russell and Kimberly Gilbert
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Justin Wortz
Sound Designers Justin Wortz
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Noir+humor+horror=good! by Alexander (Posted on 8/5/2017)
It was only a short intro to the world of Nekropolis, but it was a veery good start. I listened 3 times to this storry and it was each time as good as the previous. The story is good and feels realy like a noir detective. If you are a fan of detectives set in a supernatural setting I would really recomend this serie.
Nekropolis by Krista (Posted on 9/29/2016)
Great series!
Great Intro by Amy (Posted on 9/25/2016)
Pretty freaking good introduction to the Nekrpolis series.
Awesome introduction by Montel (Posted on 8/27/2015)
Ive been trying to get into different GA titles and decided to delve into this series. This particular one was a fantastic intro and an easy story to engage. I think im going to enjoy getting into this series..
Excellent Introduction to the World by Tiara (Posted on 6/11/2015)
I haven't read any of the Nekropolis books, and as a general rule I'm not a huge fan of zombies. Luckily, this story is very easy to get into, even managing to give readers a brief history of himself (a self aware zombie) and the world of Nekropolis while leading readers on a quick mission. I thought this was wonderfully fun an engaging. I also appreciated that the author seems well aware that voodoo isn't the big bad that most horror/urban fantasy it tries to make it out to be. This definitely makes me interested in reading more of the series.
Nekropolis - a supernatural city where anything goes by Idongesit (Posted on 4/17/2015)
Though short, this story gave me everything I wanted to know to get involved in Matt's character as well as the characters of the city. Definitely picking up the next few when I have the time. If you like the Nuclear Bombshell series or Rouge Angel series, buy these books.
another one by Robert (Posted on 12/20/2014)
Fantastic great stand alone.
Buy this now! by Meagan (Posted on 12/11/2014)
This is a really good intro to my favorite series, hands down.
Glad I picked this one. by Mary Jo (Posted on 10/5/2014)
I found Graphic Audio while looking to see if there was a book 4 of the Matt Richter and Nekropolis series. When I saw this and 2 other supplements to the main series I bought them immediately. This was my first listen. I didn't know what to expect. I was impressed with the presentation. I enjoyed how Ken Jackson presents the main character. It added to the story enjoyment. I now have Graphic Audio added as a supplier of audio books.
Matt Richter by Bill (Posted on 7/21/2014)
A great intro to the world of Matt Richter. I liked the combination of hard boiled detective and horror characters. I will be buying the rest in the series as they come out.
Tasty "Little Byte" by Laura (Posted on 7/2/2014)
Really enjoyed this precursor to the Nekropolis series - and looking forward to more little bytes and full-length Nekro books! :)
My favorite so far! by Andrew (Posted on 6/27/2014)
This story was short sweet and quick to the point. Hope they keep adding these mini episodes!
Revisiting Nekropolis by SteveK (Posted on 5/29/2014)
This story serves as a nice appetizer to the Nekropolis series. The story is a fun stand-alone piece that still fits nicely in the greater Nekropolis saga. No previous knowledge of the story or characters is required to appreciate this story, so it would serve as a nice introduction to Nekropolis for new audiences. For those of us already familiar with Nekropolis, it's a good opportunity to visit familiar haunts and see our old pal, Matt.
Nekropilis by shane (Posted on 5/19/2014)
good short story and well done. good music.
Nekropilis by Rick (Posted on 5/12/2014)
Very good story well witten and performed
Promising series by Catdaddy (Posted on 5/5/2014)
This is, happily, one of GraphicAudio's first person narratives. It's a fascinating world they are building here, and surprisingly charming.

As the story progresses, it gets a little bit talky. In an moment of expedition, for instance, when Myra tells our hero of her difficulties, we don't get a flashback of her encounter with the bad guys done in dialogue, nor even do we get Myra telling her own story. It's done in the narration, "she told me"! Also, at the climax at 34 minutes, it desperately needed a strong musical punch: as it stands, the ending feels pretty anti-climactic. The story ultimately relies too much on narration. A bit more theatre, a bit less book-on-tape would help here.

However, the narrator is a character, with a terrific performance by series director Ken Jackson. You might also want to listen to episode 17 of GraphicAudio's "All in Your Mind" podcast, where Jackson talks about the process.

There is promise here of a fun trilogy to come. It should be worth following!
An Undead Detective by Thomas (Posted on 4/3/2014)
Pretty good short story with nice pacing. The music really seems to fit the theme well, too. Glad I picked this one up!

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