11 episodes

First rule of Wound Canyon: No one who gets in, ever gets out. So when a brilliant, ghostly specter flies through the sky amid the rain and lightning, Samir stumbles off a steep cliff and into a hidden world, one in which demons, vampires, and all other manner of paranormal creatures take sanctuary.

Second rule of Wound Canyon: No one makes it alone. Samir’s decided to tag along with Argeaux’s Caravan, a band of supernatural bounty hunters and vigilante peace-keepers. Together with an ever-expanding train of fantastical tagalongs, Samir and his new friends venture deep into the bowels of the canyon to find a way out of the magical boundary that imprisons all who cross it.

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First rule of Wound Canyon: No one who gets in, ever gets out. So when a brilliant, ghostly specter flies through the sky amid the rain and lightning, Samir stumbles off a steep cliff and into a hidden world, one in which demons, vampires, and all other manner of paranormal creatures take sanctuary.

Second rule of Wound Canyon: No one makes it alone. Samir’s decided to tag along with Argeaux’s Caravan, a band of supernatural bounty hunters and vigilante peace-keepers. Together with an ever-expanding train of fantastical tagalongs, Samir and his new friends venture deep into the bowels of the canyon to find a way out of the magical boundary that imprisons all who cross it.

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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
228 Ratings

228 Ratings

Vendela64 ,

Really Really Amazing

This podcast is one of the best I’ve listened to, and I mean that!
The main character of Samir is SO good, so relatable, and so funny. The plot never drags, and the twists are GOOD and they feel rewarding to find out. I can NOT wait until season 2 comes out and I have to thank everyone who made this podcast possible. Everything is good, from the sound design to the acting to the writing, honestly SO worth your time.

Eddief419 ,

Does Samir is Roxas?

I love this show for plenty of reasons, but on Twitter Tau Zaman drew a connection between the show and Kingdom Hearts, and now my reptile brain won’t stop trying to draw connections. Don’t get me wrong, this show already has a better and more coherent plot then KH (which I know isn’t a super high bar) , but there are just enough references varying from vague to on the nose that I can’t not make make jokes about it.

DahliaRiddle ,

Not sure what I was expecting

But I am loving every second of this wild ride! The music is fantastic, and I absolutely love Samir and all of the rest of the actors. It's funny and endearing and.. really thirsty.

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