Before the United States government's efforts to conserve paper for the war effort affected both their size and print runs, pulp magazines enjoyed their heyday. First published in the mid-‘30s, DEAD MEN KILL is the only zombie story written by Hubbard. The voice actors are adequate to the task but many times sound like they're reading off the script instead of speaking naturally. The result is not as satisfying as actual old-time radio broadcasts from the same era. The cast members follow the lead of Hubbard (whose science fiction stories from this era influenced the development of his Scientology religion), who paced his stories to move quickly from plot point to plot point. S.M.M. © AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2010]
Trade Ed. Galaxy Press 2010
CD ISBN 978-2-59212-350-6 $9.95 Two CDs
DD ISBN multiple sources
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