29 episodes

RedWing is a superhero audio drama. By day, Jordan Redfield-Wade is a billionaire philanthropist and private investigator, but by night, he protects the people of New Ark City as RedWing, the masked vigilante.

There is evil and darkness on the horizon. It's time to Unite the Guardians.

RedWing: The Audio Drama Podcast JV Hampton-VanSant

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    • 4.4, 33 Ratings

RedWing is a superhero audio drama. By day, Jordan Redfield-Wade is a billionaire philanthropist and private investigator, but by night, he protects the people of New Ark City as RedWing, the masked vigilante.

There is evil and darkness on the horizon. It's time to Unite the Guardians.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

BostonHorror ,

A Pleasure to Hear!

A great modern take on inclusivity and superheroes! I love all of the characters and Jordan's almost "always-on" flamboyance and flair makes him such an intersting character!

@Tessa_M_K ,

Freaking Fantastic Superhero team

This show is almost everything I could ever ask from a superhero story of any genre (comic, movie, cartoon, audio drama). It keeps the feel of superhero wonder while filling the world with honest POC & LGBTQIA+ rep. On top of that it addresses a plethora of modern day social & criminal legal system issues with care. From domestic violence to the racial disparities of the criminal legal system, this story poignantly addresses crucial social issues without detracting from edge of your seat superhero drama.

Runksmash ,

Masterfully done super hero drama!

Imagine you hybridized Batman and Spider-Man, made him more charismatic and wonderful, then converted it into an excellent audio drama, THATS WHAT THIS IS! The only downside is I don’t like the genre in audio format *as much* as I do comics, I WANT TO SEE IT IN PRINT SO BAD!
That being said it is masterfully produced and well written! Totally worth the listen!
Triggers:
It does contain protagonists of color and lgbtqai+ so as you can imagine the antagonists use slurs which is not good, but it’s not done to excess nor flippantly.
It also contains some sexual sounds that... well let’s just say the sounds are gross. But at least they’re fleeting. Suggestion of sex being much more alluring I assume it was intentional but not so sure.

Edit and spoilers: After catching up the whole way there are a couple things I didn’t like (adherence to tropes like fridging to turn the protagonist bad being the big one). There are some small editing errors but they don’t damage the story. All around it’s a good show.

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