6 Short Reviews for podcasts I gave 5 stars to.

Exoplanetary is a great Sci-Fi adventure story. With many Sci-Fi podcasts out there, Exoplanetary stands out!

It took me about 3 or 4 episodes to realize what they were doing.  At first, I thought it was just the start of a bunch of different tales.  Once I figured out we were returning to all of the characters, I was in!  I thought it great how they were able to create so many different worlds, each story complimenting the other stories yet each with a distinct style.  With several planets to play with, the writer really showed a wide-ranging imagination.  Well done!


Very fun! Great work on the sound!  I been trying to figure out how to do fight scenes for a project and this series gave great examples.  They did a wonderful job of building ambiance sound into so many episodes.  I look forward to more in the future!

The Habitat

I was extremely impressed with this series.  I am amazed the host/producer was able to get permission at the last minute.  I don’t know how much of footage she got and what the process was to whittle it down but well done!   I love listening to Science podcasts to give me ideas of sci-fi scripts and this podcast provides so much.  This examination into what makes us human is fantastic.

EOS 10

Who doesn’t like a Fast-talking Mad Scientist in Space?  Labeled in iTunes as comedy, but really should be “comedic sci-fi.”  Add more categories iTunes!

The Strange Case of Starship Iris

What a fun time! I love how the use of pronoun’s is written into the script as a thought-out plot point with a nice comedic touch.   It is it easy for the audience to like the characters.   Wonderful work building a universe!

Sometimes I can get lost in the plot in audio theatre, because, you know, no visuals.  But this podcast was easy to follow without being boring or simplistic.  No spoilers, but I like how some things in early episodes turn out important later.

Welcome to Night Vale

The original podcast that brought me into the possibility of audio theatre. Thank you, Night Vale!  May many moons bleed for you!