In 2094, one corporation wins the battle for energy supremacy, but human costs cause global instability. When an abandoned wind farm in the Baltic shows inexplicable energy surges, two explorers find it has become sentient, and hungry. Using human pawns, Norse deities avenge ancient grudges, in this ten-part audio drama. Launching in September of 2015. For more information, visit Jarnsaxarising.com.
Behind The Scenes of Jarnsaxa Rising, Season II
Winter Solstice is here! From all of us at 6630 Productions, we have a Yule gift for you. You've been good to us. You deserve it. Here are behind the scenes moments, bits of our creative process, scenes cut for time (what else was in Mr. Wallace's trophy case?) , and giddy hilarity. Vince said that he hopes that this is as much fun as the blooper reel at the end of a Burt Reynolds movie.
We hope to hear from you. Whatever holidays you celebrate, enjoy, and may your new year be bright!
Charged and Grounded
Jarnsaxa’s final battle with Balder and Thor forces her to abandon her usual tactics. Using Nikea’s flash drive, she explodes the witch bottle, attacking the corporation in a sonic storm. Thor takes her to Yggdrasil. Reunited with Eric, she must make hard choices about the future for her own children, and Eric’s.
SII, Ep VII: The Flow Of Current
Despite Sif and Eric’s new insights, Thor obstructs them. Loki uses his experience with Slepnir to gain Skuld's trust. Eric uses 21st-century tools against Thor, and Sif invokes Jarnsaxa. Heimdall must carve his own path without the Aesir. Ratatoskr returns with intelligence.
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S II, Ep VI: Conductivity
Urd, Sif and Eric connect the pattern between the destruction of Jotunheim, the other Norns’ disappearance, and Jarnsaxa’s mission in Midgard. Sif realizes her untapped purpose, and Eric finds the truth about his son. Jarnsaxa experiences a new side of Balder, and must protect her witch bottle. Loki and Skuld discover the truth about Jasper and Balder, and Loki sets out on a path of destruction.
S II, Ep V: Is This Really You?
Ratatoskr warns Sif and Eric that something is wrong at Urd’s Well. Jarnsaxa finds that Mr. Wallace has been collecting some odd trophies, and recognizes him for who he really is. Heimdall pushes Thor, who deceives him. Loki makes Stephanie discover her true voice and identity.
S II, Ep IV: Is It A Trap?
Jarnsaxa brings Nikea’s viral weapon back to the Hei Shui corporation, but must develop diplomatic skills, when The Interviewer gives her a risky invitation. Loki finds Jasper, and must endure the tightest vise he can imagine: fatherhood. Eric and Sif go to Hel, find the trapped Scandia Energy workers from Sottunga, and Agent Bachman adds to the greater mystery. What could Hel want from Sif? Why are the voices of Stephanie, The Interviewer and SoloMom so compelling to Loki and Jarnsaxa?
Customer ReviewsSee All
Myths mixed with time travel and SciFi ... both epic and individual dramas. Bad Corporations & Government. Literal Nazis. This really came alive for me a couple episodes into S2, and ended pretty well, after id struggled to come to terms with the ... well ... reliance on the tropey canon. S1 was more of a slog with lots of bickering and a stilted dialog that wasn’t super engaging for me. There were some excellent sound choices, and some incredibly painful ones. It’s a frustrating mix of superb quality, and misses. I always have trouble with Myths (and most other classics) because of the gross rapey male dominated plots, flat characters, and typically very broad stagey acting they inspire ... and with this story you can experience how hard those handicaps pull it down in all ways. Though it kinda breaks free in some moments, the story is mostly about what’s going on in a major character’s uterus, jealousy, male power, etc. Which is infuriating. There’s a lot to chew on in terms of potential crit. Makes me sad.
The audio is not great, it keeps floating left to right so annoying. The story is interesting and innovative.
Prose and songs!
Seriously though— my thoughts throughout season 1 was “the prose is on par with Mabel for differentiation between otherworldly beings and humans” and end of Season 2 has me going “WHERE CAN I FIND A RECORDING OF THE SONG??”
Loved the story and the world building and voice acting. Well paced and engaging! I would even go further and say captivating.