Adapted for audio from the short story by Isaac Asimov about the coming of darkness to the people of a planet ordinarily illuminated at all times on all sides. Part of the Dimension X anthology series.
I’m about 2/3s through Batman: No Man’s Land, and I know I’ll finish this one; it’s excellent, way above what I was expecting.
The people of Earth awaken to the notion that a strange luminous object has erupted, into the Solar System, after much disturbing the normal orbit of the planet Neptune. Published in 1897.
I came across this video on YouTube today. It’s a great compare and contrast discussion of The Day After and Threads by the folks at the Movie Moan podcast.
General strike in 1924 marks the beginning of the collapse of civilization. 150 years later England is reduced to neolithical barbarism. Published in 1920.
Short review of Cloud Atlas: A Novel by David Mitchell.
Review of the post-apocalyptic novel, Warday: And the Journey Onward.
“On The 8th Day” is chilling, a result entirely consistent with its aim. The one-hour documentary explores the possible ecological and atmospheric consequences of nuclear war, particularly as they would be expressed in a ”nuclear winter.” Darkness would shroud the Northern Hemisphere; temperatures would fall. The planet would survive, but not as a hospitable place.
“A Pail of Air” is a science fiction short story by Fritz Leiber which appeared in the December 1951 issue of Galaxy Magazine and was dramatized on the radio show X Minus One in March 1956.
I started this blog, called Doomorama back then, in October of 2005. One of my inspirations for starting a post-apocalyptic blog was a new podcast that had started just a few months before, covering most of the same topics that I was interested in, called Destructomundo.
They roamed the vanished world that yesterday was America. Published in 1939.
everything that greens and grows
should blacken in one moment, flower and branch.
I think that I would find your blinded hand.