Flesh and Bloodlines (Live June 12 2013)

A special release from the archives of the Dodge Intrepid radio show! This recording features a revised script that edited together the four separate installments into a single show. Recorded at Arcade Comedy Theater on June 12, 2013, and featuring performances by Mike Rubino, James Catullo, and Michael Hinzman along with special guest Liz Labacz. Sound effects by Dave Ranallo.

Flesh and Bloodlines: Dodge discovers a box of old letters from his parents–adventurers who have been missing from his life since he was a child. The letters not only provide insight into Pacer and Mercedes Intrepid’s last known whereabouts, but also tell of a lost relic that may hold the code to deciphering the runes found in Dodge’s mystical books!

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Duel with Death (Live June 13 2013)

A special release from the archives of the Dodge Intrepid radio show! This recording features a revised script that edited together the four separate installments into a single show. Recorded at Arcade Comedy Theater on June 12, 2013, and featuring performances by Mike Rubino, James Catullo, and Michael Hinzman. Sound effects by Dave Ranallo.

Duel with Death: Dodge and Pluck hunt for a book in the historic Vicary Mansion, a foreboding, possibly haunted estate on the edge of Freedom, Pennsylvania. Their journey doesn’t just stop there, as they travel back to the 1800s and discover a cloaked stalker, a band of gypsy thieves, and former Vice President Aaron Burr. It’s a dark, tense adventure into a previously unexplored area of Beaver County history.

Postal Ops: Signed, Sealed, Deceased

It’s the debut of the Dodge Intrepid spin-off series POSTAL OPS, written by Mike Rubino and James Catullo.

Jerry and Wilson Topplebottom are fresh recruits to the Beaver County chapter of the United States Postal Service crime unit: Postal Ops. Can these two World War I veterans learn the ropes and follow the rules? Or will their thirst for mail-justice be too much to handle? Find out in this premiere mystery: Signed, Sealed, Deceased.

Recorded live at Arcade Comedy Theater, Pittsburgh PA.

Going Postal

Saturday, July 12 at 10pm, James and Mike are returning to Arcade Comedy Theater for a brand new installment of Arcade Radio Mysteries — their pulpy variety that blends radio adventure and improv! This special show marks the debut of a new Dodge Intrepid and the Pages of Time spin-off series: POSTAL OPS.

Tailored after noir and procedural police serials, POSTAL OPS is a Prohibition-era comedy detective series following Wilson and Jerry Topplebottom. They’re fresh recruits to the Beaver County chapter of the United States Postal Service crime unit: Postal Ops. Can these two World War I veterans learn the ropes and follow the rules? Or will their thirst for mail-justice be too much to handle?

Don’t miss this brand new chapter in the Dodge Intrepid universe!

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The Men of Tomorrow: Part 4 of 4

To escape certain doom, our heroes travel into the future only to discover a terrifying alternate reality run by robots! To restore order, Dodge and Pluck must bring the story full circle and stop The Futurist from destroying all of the libraries in Pittsburgh.

Recorded live at Steel City Improv Theater on May 6, 2011.

The Men of Tomorrow: Part 3 of 4

It’s a race against time as Dodge and Pluck try to thwart The Futurist’s epic chain of destruction! Floating factories, exploding inclines, circus acts, and an angry kraken are just some of the ingredients that may lead to the demolition of every library in Pittsburgh. Can our heroes navigate this maze of mayhem? Or has The Futurist one step ahead of the game?

Recorded live at Steel City Improv Theater on May 6, 2011.

The Men of Tomorrow: Part 2 of 4

After the Ambridge Library explodes, Dodge and Pluck find Electro, the golden Westinghouse robot, lingering nearby. This wandering automaton isn’t working alone, however, and our heroes track him back the basement of a local Sons of Italy where they discover a dangerous old foe.

Recorded live at Steel City Improv Theater on May 6, 2011.