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Interview with creator Jack Delaney at the Podcast Brunch Club

Praise for The Neon Noir

Corruption and cigarettes run rampant as the backdrop to perspectives of people trying to be heroes, with smoky-voiced narrators and sharp sound effects. Whether or not they are heroes remains to be seen, but this has been a rollicking good ride so far, with the kinds of twists I expect from noir detective fiction”

Corruption and cigarettes run rampant as the backdrop to perspectives of people trying to be heroes, with smoky-voiced narrators and sharp sound effects. Whether or not they are heroes remains to be seen, but this has been a rollicking good ride so far, with the kinds of twists I expect from noir detective fiction

Elena Fernandez-Collins, The Bello Collective:

Corruption and cigarettes run rampant as the backdrop to perspectives of people trying to be heroes, with smoky-voiced narrators and sharp sound effects. Whether or not they are heroes remains to be seen, but this has been a rollicking good ride so far, with the kinds of twists I expect from noir detective fiction

@voltron42:

Brilliant consistency of the thematic metaphor and one of the best villain monologues in any media (even better than the "pig farm" speech in "Snatch")! Cannot wait for more!

@CocotazoMedia

Just heard some noir done well! The Neon Noir creates the right atmosphere with characters that are engaging. The end of first episode spun us around in a way we didn't expect. Check out this Audio Verse Awards nominated anthology series.