22 episodes

In a world filled with talking animals, cartoony villains, and crime, two detectives must solve the crimes no one else can. Detective Howard Blank is trying to solve the mystery of his past, and his partner, Johnny Taco the dinosaur, is the only one willing to work with him. They must learn to work together to save the day.

Codename: Blank Brandon Greer

    • Comedy
    • 4.6 • 10 Ratings

In a world filled with talking animals, cartoony villains, and crime, two detectives must solve the crimes no one else can. Detective Howard Blank is trying to solve the mystery of his past, and his partner, Johnny Taco the dinosaur, is the only one willing to work with him. They must learn to work together to save the day.

    Blanks Spaces: On Filmmaking with Abraham Ayala, Ryan Nitsch, and Jeff Novaez!

    Blanks Spaces: On Filmmaking with Abraham Ayala, Ryan Nitsch, and Jeff Novaez!

    In this special episode of Blank Spaces, series creator Brandon Greer discusses moviemaking, writing, and art with Codename: Blank cast members Abraham Ayala, Ryan Nitsch, and Jeff Novaez!

    • 53 min
    Blank Spaces: On Acting with Mai Le and Jess Paul!

    Blank Spaces: On Acting with Mai Le and Jess Paul!

    On this behind-the-scenes episode, series creator Brandon Greer discusses acting with Mai Le (Trisha Taco, Ming Wa) and Jess Paul (Hemlock, Vera Helpless). Along the way, they discuss Margot Robbie, teeth, and what happens after we die. 

    • 1 hr 27 min
    The Dinosaur Who Knew Too Much!

    The Dinosaur Who Knew Too Much!

    Johnny makes a chilling discovery about GPI. Meanwhile, Howard Blank and Dr. Zheng go for lunch and run into a character from Dr. Zheng's past who doesn't like Zheng turning over a new leaf.

    Made with elements from Sirenicide. 

    • 25 min
    Blank Spaces: Movie Recommendations with Ty Anderson, Bonnie Bogovich, Sam Dabbs, Jess Paul, Elsie Seastrand, and Addigale Stewart!

    Blank Spaces: Movie Recommendations with Ty Anderson, Bonnie Bogovich, Sam Dabbs, Jess Paul, Elsie Seastrand, and Addigale Stewart!

    Various cast members of Codename: Blank discuss their favorite movies and TV shows!

    Edited by Brandon Greer

    • 25 min
    Deadly Day at Grizzly World!

    Deadly Day at Grizzly World!

    Howard, Johnny, Miss Dollarnickel, and Dr. Zheng get a free vacation to Grizzly World, "the least saddest place in Florida." But their fun is interrupted when Ozzy Possum shows up with sinister plans for the fairy tale theme park!

    Made with elements from the podcast Sirenicide.

    • 29 min
    The Garden of Hemlock

    The Garden of Hemlock

    A mysterious garden grows overnight in Iraq. Seems like a job for Howard and Johnny, right? Not if the new chief of GPI has anything to say about it!

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

ACPaladin97 ,

Tacotastic!

Not only is this show spectacular, exciting, suspenseful, hilarious, inspirational, addictive, adventurous, witty, dramatic, well-written, thought-provoking, timely, and fun, but it is also a historic and groundbreaking program which features the first ever Tacosaurus protagonist. Alongside Howard Blank, Johnny Taco makes history as the two heroes work together, breaking down the barriers that have so long stood between man and dinosaur.

Movies205 ,

A wonderful ode to films of a bygone era!

There's an earnest and passion that I felt from the very first episode of this show. It's a love letter to all fans of classic American cinema so if your heroes are Orson Welles, Howard Hawks, and Billy Wilder than this show is most likely for you. It's also nice because you can really hear the show develop as it goes on. I'm particularly a big fan of the voice acting as each character seemingly conjures such a powerful image in my imagination. And most of all, the relationship between Johnny Taco and Arthur Blank is enduring and real... which is particularly impressive since Johnny Taco is a dinosaur.

Johnny Stitches ,

Intelligently Written and Very catchy!

The main voice actor does a really good job of differentiating his voice for his multitude of characters. It feels like a cartoon in audio drama form, but way smarter than what you see these days on TV. Enough subtleties for adult enjoyment, but at the same time funny and quirky enough that a mature minded kid could listen to it.

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