Chapter 40: War On Two Worlds pt.1 - Instigation.
This archive is devoted to independent productions, series too short-lived to warrant an archive of their own, and episodes which fall within the categories of Science Fiction/Fantasy, Horror/Thriller, and Action/Adventure from series not generally

This archive is devoted to independent productions, series too short-lived to warrant an archive of their own, and episodes which fall within the categories of Science Fiction/Fantasy, Horror/Thriller, and Action/Adventure from series not generally associated with those genres.

"There's no question that Author's Playhouse was an ambitious undertaking from the get-go. The production promised a new adaptation of original short stories every week. Drawing from some of the finest authors throughout history as well as a long list of new authors and their stories, Author's Playhouse more than met its charter in bringing fresh dramatizations to Radio week after week for over four years." --- from Digital Deli Too

This brief series is not notable for much, except that it was the first attempt to air a science fiction anthology on American radio, beating 2000 Plus to the airwaves by a month. An audition and three episodes were produced, but it is unclear if they ever actually aired. If they did, they probably aired on the Mutual network sometime between August 1949 and April of 1950 before being pulled. Apparently CBS briefly considered picking it up, but that never happened. Included adaptations from Robert Heinlein, Graham Doar, and Theodore Sturgeon.

This archive is devoted to independent productions, series too short-lived to warrant an archive of their own, and episodes which fall within the categories of Science Fiction/Fantasy, Horror/Thriller, and Action/Adventure from series not generally associated with those genres.

"There's no question that Author's Playhouse was an ambitious undertaking from the get-go. The production promised a new adaptation of original short stories every week. Drawing from some of the finest authors throughout history as well as a long list of new authors and their stories, Author's Playhouse more than met its charter in bringing fresh dramatizations to Radio week after week for over four years." --- from Digital Deli Too

This brief series is not notable for much, except that it was the first attempt to air a science fiction anthology on American radio, beating 2000 Plus to the airwaves by a month. An audition and three episodes were produced, but it is unclear if they ever actually aired. If they did, they probably aired on the Mutual network sometime between August 1949 and April of 1950 before being pulled. Apparently CBS briefly considered picking it up, but that never happened. Included adaptations from Robert Heinlein, Graham Doar, and Theodore Sturgeon.

The stars flickered like a missing frame in a badly cut amateur movie. Different constellations, different planets. A different sun, its light a little whiter and harsher than Cimbreanstar’s gentle orange, in a different corner of the sky. Misfit ’s canopy and Xiù’s helmet conspired to keep its light from blinding her.

“Jump complete,” Allison reported, for the log’s benefit rather than for the crew’s. They all knew how Misfit felt; she was their home after all.

Xiù didn’t reply. Her hand hovered above the emergency recall button and she stared up at the sensor panel like a gazelle drinking from crocodile-concealing murky waters. If there was so much as a flash, a hint of something decloaking to attack them…

Going outdoors is an intense reminder that we're part of something larger. In moderation, drugs can enhance that connection, help you enjoy the sights and sounds and feelings even more, and help you push reset on all the craziness involved in modern life. Want to try them sometime? Here's how to get started.

If you're responsible and don't overdo it, drugs are a great way to relax, let your hair down, fix problems in your life and just have a good time. They're largely illegal because not everyone manages to be responsible with them and they can a) hurt you and b) encourage you to do irresponsible things. Too often, the conversation tends to be oversimplified into "Drugs are bad!" But, they don't have to be. Let's break down some common types that can enhance an outdoor experience and look at what using them involves.

What is it? The most widely used psychoactive drug can be smoked or ingested. As residents of Washington, Colorado or California — places where it's legal — know, it's available in huge varieties. You can buy weed designed to suppress your appetite, dull pain, perk you up or show you pretty colors. Weed is also lightweight and highly packable, making it an ideal companion in the outdoors.

Hello ladies and gentlemen, I the great Zer0the0mega108 has returned with the great Zero: New God of Destruction story. I am so sorry for taking so long to update but I have very good news: You are now looking at the graduate of 2017 Zer0the0mega108. While I do have work to focus on hopefully I can update more stories. Anyways let's move on, actually I suggest reading the first arc because I made things a bit more... Battle of the Gods when it came to Darkseid and Zero fighting.

Which reminds me as you read this I will be making a poll on my profile in what tier do you want Zero at in terms of power. I won't say what the tiers are but you will see them.

Matthew Gemm: Thank you very much for this creative ideas. While I don't really promise that Zero will go into a Marvel like verse like Ultimate he will be dealing with a lot of other Universes in the New 52 and even after the recent Rebirth stuff going on in DC. I mean Zero already has to finger flick Superman so Young Justice is a bit overkill. Overall thank you for the ideas and I hope to hear more.

This archive is devoted to independent productions, series too short-lived to warrant an archive of their own, and episodes which fall within the categories of Science Fiction/Fantasy, Horror/Thriller, and Action/Adventure from series not generally associated with those genres.

"There's no question that Author's Playhouse was an ambitious undertaking from the get-go. The production promised a new adaptation of original short stories every week. Drawing from some of the finest authors throughout history as well as a long list of new authors and their stories, Author's Playhouse more than met its charter in bringing fresh dramatizations to Radio week after week for over four years." --- from Digital Deli Too

This brief series is not notable for much, except that it was the first attempt to air a science fiction anthology on American radio, beating 2000 Plus to the airwaves by a month. An audition and three episodes were produced, but it is unclear if they ever actually aired. If they did, they probably aired on the Mutual network sometime between August 1949 and April of 1950 before being pulled. Apparently CBS briefly considered picking it up, but that never happened. Included adaptations from Robert Heinlein, Graham Doar, and Theodore Sturgeon.

The stars flickered like a missing frame in a badly cut amateur movie. Different constellations, different planets. A different sun, its light a little whiter and harsher than Cimbreanstar’s gentle orange, in a different corner of the sky. Misfit ’s canopy and Xiù’s helmet conspired to keep its light from blinding her.

“Jump complete,” Allison reported, for the log’s benefit rather than for the crew’s. They all knew how Misfit felt; she was their home after all.

Xiù didn’t reply. Her hand hovered above the emergency recall button and she stared up at the sensor panel like a gazelle drinking from crocodile-concealing murky waters. If there was so much as a flash, a hint of something decloaking to attack them…

Going outdoors is an intense reminder that we're part of something larger. In moderation, drugs can enhance that connection, help you enjoy the sights and sounds and feelings even more, and help you push reset on all the craziness involved in modern life. Want to try them sometime? Here's how to get started.

If you're responsible and don't overdo it, drugs are a great way to relax, let your hair down, fix problems in your life and just have a good time. They're largely illegal because not everyone manages to be responsible with them and they can a) hurt you and b) encourage you to do irresponsible things. Too often, the conversation tends to be oversimplified into "Drugs are bad!" But, they don't have to be. Let's break down some common types that can enhance an outdoor experience and look at what using them involves.

What is it? The most widely used psychoactive drug can be smoked or ingested. As residents of Washington, Colorado or California — places where it's legal — know, it's available in huge varieties. You can buy weed designed to suppress your appetite, dull pain, perk you up or show you pretty colors. Weed is also lightweight and highly packable, making it an ideal companion in the outdoors.

This archive is devoted to independent productions, series too short-lived to warrant an archive of their own, and episodes which fall within the categories of Science Fiction/Fantasy, Horror/Thriller, and Action/Adventure from series not generally associated with those genres.

"There's no question that Author's Playhouse was an ambitious undertaking from the get-go. The production promised a new adaptation of original short stories every week. Drawing from some of the finest authors throughout history as well as a long list of new authors and their stories, Author's Playhouse more than met its charter in bringing fresh dramatizations to Radio week after week for over four years." --- from Digital Deli Too

This brief series is not notable for much, except that it was the first attempt to air a science fiction anthology on American radio, beating 2000 Plus to the airwaves by a month. An audition and three episodes were produced, but it is unclear if they ever actually aired. If they did, they probably aired on the Mutual network sometime between August 1949 and April of 1950 before being pulled. Apparently CBS briefly considered picking it up, but that never happened. Included adaptations from Robert Heinlein, Graham Doar, and Theodore Sturgeon.

The stars flickered like a missing frame in a badly cut amateur movie. Different constellations, different planets. A different sun, its light a little whiter and harsher than Cimbreanstar’s gentle orange, in a different corner of the sky. Misfit ’s canopy and Xiù’s helmet conspired to keep its light from blinding her.

“Jump complete,” Allison reported, for the log’s benefit rather than for the crew’s. They all knew how Misfit felt; she was their home after all.

Xiù didn’t reply. Her hand hovered above the emergency recall button and she stared up at the sensor panel like a gazelle drinking from crocodile-concealing murky waters. If there was so much as a flash, a hint of something decloaking to attack them…

Going outdoors is an intense reminder that we're part of something larger. In moderation, drugs can enhance that connection, help you enjoy the sights and sounds and feelings even more, and help you push reset on all the craziness involved in modern life. Want to try them sometime? Here's how to get started.

If you're responsible and don't overdo it, drugs are a great way to relax, let your hair down, fix problems in your life and just have a good time. They're largely illegal because not everyone manages to be responsible with them and they can a) hurt you and b) encourage you to do irresponsible things. Too often, the conversation tends to be oversimplified into "Drugs are bad!" But, they don't have to be. Let's break down some common types that can enhance an outdoor experience and look at what using them involves.

What is it? The most widely used psychoactive drug can be smoked or ingested. As residents of Washington, Colorado or California — places where it's legal — know, it's available in huge varieties. You can buy weed designed to suppress your appetite, dull pain, perk you up or show you pretty colors. Weed is also lightweight and highly packable, making it an ideal companion in the outdoors.

Hello ladies and gentlemen, I the great Zer0the0mega108 has returned with the great Zero: New God of Destruction story. I am so sorry for taking so long to update but I have very good news: You are now looking at the graduate of 2017 Zer0the0mega108. While I do have work to focus on hopefully I can update more stories. Anyways let's move on, actually I suggest reading the first arc because I made things a bit more... Battle of the Gods when it came to Darkseid and Zero fighting.

Which reminds me as you read this I will be making a poll on my profile in what tier do you want Zero at in terms of power. I won't say what the tiers are but you will see them.

Matthew Gemm: Thank you very much for this creative ideas. While I don't really promise that Zero will go into a Marvel like verse like Ultimate he will be dealing with a lot of other Universes in the New 52 and even after the recent Rebirth stuff going on in DC. I mean Zero already has to finger flick Superman so Young Justice is a bit overkill. Overall thank you for the ideas and I hope to hear more.

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This archive is devoted to independent productions, series too short-lived to warrant an archive of their own, and episodes which fall within the categories of Science Fiction/Fantasy, Horror/Thriller, and Action/Adventure from series not generally associated with those genres.

"There's no question that Author's Playhouse was an ambitious undertaking from the get-go. The production promised a new adaptation of original short stories every week. Drawing from some of the finest authors throughout history as well as a long list of new authors and their stories, Author's Playhouse more than met its charter in bringing fresh dramatizations to Radio week after week for over four years." --- from Digital Deli Too

This brief series is not notable for much, except that it was the first attempt to air a science fiction anthology on American radio, beating 2000 Plus to the airwaves by a month. An audition and three episodes were produced, but it is unclear if they ever actually aired. If they did, they probably aired on the Mutual network sometime between August 1949 and April of 1950 before being pulled. Apparently CBS briefly considered picking it up, but that never happened. Included adaptations from Robert Heinlein, Graham Doar, and Theodore Sturgeon.

The stars flickered like a missing frame in a badly cut amateur movie. Different constellations, different planets. A different sun, its light a little whiter and harsher than Cimbreanstar’s gentle orange, in a different corner of the sky. Misfit ’s canopy and Xiù’s helmet conspired to keep its light from blinding her.

“Jump complete,” Allison reported, for the log’s benefit rather than for the crew’s. They all knew how Misfit felt; she was their home after all.

Xiù didn’t reply. Her hand hovered above the emergency recall button and she stared up at the sensor panel like a gazelle drinking from crocodile-concealing murky waters. If there was so much as a flash, a hint of something decloaking to attack them…

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