“Lords of Lite-brite! How can this be?”
-Gonad: The Barbarian
It looks as though the Zombie Astronaut has had his own bizzare and wonderful reaction to the CONAN ATTACKS FANS story we ran a while back. His latest episode of The Frequency Of Fear features an all barbarian cast – including that of BSAP’s Conan himself (Stevie Farnaby). But, no doubt due to legal threats by CONAN PROPERTIES INTERNATIONAL, the Conan cameo has had his name changed… Robert E. Howard’s CONAN shall now be known as GONAD: THE BARBARIAN (at least for the purposes of this parody).
There are plenty of other familiar voices in the show including those of: Jack Ward (from Sonic Society and Sonic Gold), Paul Mannering (of Broken Sea Audio Productions) and even the banshee-like David Lee Roth (as himself)! In between the original material is a bunch of barbaric audio oddities including…
From the Power Records album… Conan: Shadow Of The Stolen City … Conan: The Crawler In The Mists … Conan: The Thunder Dust and more. But beware of the horrifically awful storybook audio drama: HE-MAN: The Power Of The Evil Horde its moral core is so hideously repugnant it will both rot your teeth and quease your inner ear simultaneously.
Posted by Jesse Willis
- Power Records adaptation of Conan The Barbarian (the 1982 Motion Picture directed by John Milius)
- Frequency Of Fear – OTR Science Fiction and Horror par excellence
- Update: Frequency Of Fear Lite and Regular FoF
- Review of Conan The Barbarian Movie Adaptation LP
- BSAP: The Hyborian Age by Robert E. Howard
- Review of Queen Of The Black Coast adapted from the story by Robert E. Howard