33% Off Orders Over $33! Use Coupon: LOVE33 (excludes gift cards & special sale items)

Audiobook Entertainment Discount Levels & Rewards  Learn More

Nuclear Bombshell
5 : The Blue-Haired Bombshell

by John Zakour
Mar 1, 2013
6 Hours
Ages 13+
The world's last freelance detective, Zach Johnson, must find the assassin who murdered Sexy Sprocket and two other members of the World Council. His investigation leads him to the Moon-and to a tall, sensuous, blue-haired beauty named Lea who possesses psychic powers, and powerful ambitions...

Availability: In stock


Purchase Options

Digital Formats

Learn more about Digital Formats

* Required Fields

Add to Wishlist

All downloads include GraphicAudio Access™ App on Android and Apple iOS devices! Learn more.

Director & Cast

Director Nathanial Perry
Starring Richard Rohan, David Coyne, Nanette Savard, Danny Gavigan, Nora Achrati, Ken Jackson, Elizabeth Jernigan, Colleen Delany, Lily Beacon, Richard Cutting, Katy Carkuff, Kimberly Gilbert, Casie Platt, Tim Getman, Yasmin Tuazon, Michael Glenn, Sherry Berg, Tracy Olivera, Christopher Scheeren, Dylan Lynch, David Harris, Michael John Casey, Nick DePinto, Eric Messner, Alyssa Wilmoth, Nathanial Perry and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Nathanial Perry
Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Review by Bos (Posted on 8/13/2017)
Awesome story, great job GA.
bombastic by John (Posted on 8/13/2017)
simply too good to pass up. i need live action films after what graphic audio has done
Brilliant by Amy (Posted on 9/5/2016)
Forgot to review this one. It's a great installment. Listening to the final one now
Zack is awesome by Idongesit (Posted on 8/27/2016)
This story was good, the case interesting. Plenty of red herrings to keep you guessing, recommend.
Another great detective story by Tyler (Posted on 8/23/2015)
Nuclear Bombshell is an excellent Futuristic Detective story, awesome characters and stories. Have to give props the the actors as well, everything was amazing.
Thumbs up by Victor (Posted on 7/30/2015)
Humor a bit more subtle then first three, but think about it a bit and every bit as funny! GUS being very notable exception!
Everything likable about Nuclear Bombshell is back in full swing with story 5!
Back on track! by Howard (Posted on 4/12/2015)
I wasn't thrilled with the previous adventure, "The Frost-Haired Vixen." It was the first story in the series that John Zakour did without writing partner Lawrence Ganem and I worried that the magic was gone without the team effort. I worried in vain! This story rocks!

I'm only halfway through the story at the time of this writing but I'm so excited that I had to share the news: Zach is totally back with the "Blue-Haired Bombshell." Gates, I got my money's worth of laughs and fun from the first disc alone!

One of the things that was sadly missing from FHV was the "Hitchiker's Guide" style back-story narrative in which Zach explains and describes his world. These welcome plot digressions are abundant in BHB.

And the performances are strong again. Characters can't seem real when the actors portraying them seem unsure of themselves. No such problem in BHB. Zach is Zach, Harv is Harv and Gus is Gus. (Gus? Who the DOS is Gus? You'll find out!)

If you enjoyed any of the first three Nuclear Bombshell adventures, do NOT miss this one.
Zack is Zack everywhere! by Armand (Posted on 11/10/2014)
Don't want to spoil anything, but this one is really good and continues to tie the whole series together!
The blue-haired bombshell by Ron (Posted on 1/24/2014)
Excellent series, excellent story! The action just keeps coming keeps me entertained while I drive long miles and longer hours! I definately recommend!
Review by Christopher Kirkos (Posted on 7/12/2013)
This was a really good Nuclear Bombshell episode; one of my favorites. Definitely pick up this one.
Review by Barney McCasland (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I can't always come up with eloquent individualized reviews for new entries in an ongoing series, so I'll just say this: if you're already a fan of Nuclear Bombshell, you don't really need my review to encourage you to buy The Blue-Haired Bombshell, and if you're new to the series, you should start with The Plutonium Blonde and chances are you'll be caught up soon enough and champing at the bit for The Flaxen Femme Fatale, just like me. If you like fast-paced, action-packed, sci-fi absurdist comedy combined with private detective-style mysteries with the entire world or more at stake, stellar performances and out-of-this-world production values...what are you waiting for?
Review by Eric Butler (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Loved it. Another great production from GA and the story is a winner. I'd rate this one up there with The Doomsday Brunette as favorites in the series...Although, I've enjoyed all of them. Can't wait for the next one!

12 Item(s)

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register