Audioblivious Productions is an independent Audio Drama production studio. our primary show is Wynabego Warrior The Tale Of John Waynnabe, a modern day old west comedy/parody, we also have several stand alone stories, a two part fantasy, sci fi thrillers, and three upcoming new series. we publish new episodes at least once a month.
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Wynabego Warrior S2 Mini Episode 11: The Adventures Of Driven By Loss Nocturnal Bat Themed Crime Fighting Vigilante Man And Chirpy
in this final super special not so mini episode of season 2, John introduces Lizzie and Hatchet to the wonderful world of audio drama! they listen to an audio adaptation of Hatchet's favorite comic book, The Adventures Of Driven By Loss Nocturnal Bat Themed Crime Fighting Vigilante Man And Chirpy
Wynabego Warrior S2 Mini Episode 10: The Tale Of Mr. Bumpleknob
In this mini episode, Lizzie's Gramps tells the story of why Mr. Bumpleknob left the farm and went to live in town, and how he ended up with a shotgun tied to his leash.
Wynabego Warrior S2 Mini Episode 9: Oh Brother, There Thou Art!
In this mini episode, we hear the tale of when Dead Eye Dowling went to the train station to meet his brother, the heralded leader, Earthadamus Natureson
Drew Profit's Slammin' Summer Big Time Wrastlin' Predictions Show
Drew Has a discussion with clean steven and Dead eye from Wynabego Warrior about the upcoming professional wrestling event while at a backyard BBQ/pool party.
Wynabego Warrior Mini Episode 8: A Man And His Undersized Horse
This mini episode is the tale of how Clinton Westbark met his faithful traveling companion, Clyde the undersized horse.
True audio drama
Hooked me with natural selection. I’m in now.
Yahooi! Comedy gold!
If you ever wondered what might happen if Mel Brooks ran into the languorous cast of KING OF THE HILL, you'd get something a bit like the Wynebago Warrior, which is the only audio drama I know that fuses old school postmodern jokes (such as the character repeating the actions of the narrator) with a casual and endearingly laidback examination of Western comic characters, but somehow feeling sui generis, not some BLAZING SADDLES knockoff. The jokes are leisurely and always land, often delivered in a casual manner that feels more like a very fun anthropological trip into the heart of America rather than a hard comedy. The show's cast is energetic, but naturally so. And none of the episodes ever outstay their welcome. This is very fun comedy, deservedly popular, and if you haven't yet listened to it, you're missing out on one of the great audio dramat treats.
Humor is often subjective but I think a strong case can be made that if you run the same joke into the ground (narrator says something which is repeated immediately by a character), not once, not twice, but several times in a single episode, in two seasons of many such episodes, that these writers objectively have no more good ideas.