The Intergalactic Nemesis, Book Two: Robot Planet Rising
McCain Auditorium, Manhattan Kansas, 66506
Inspired by "Raiders of the Lost Ark," "Star Wars" and the pulp serials of the 1930s, "The Intergalactic Nemesis" is a treat for the kid in everyone. "The Intergalactic Nemesis" is a one-of-a-kind mash-up of radio drama and comic book adventure. Three actors voice dozens of characters, a Foley artist creates hundreds of sound effects, a keyboardist performs a score while more than 1,250 individual, full-color, hand-drawn, high-resolution, blow-your-mind comic book images are projected on an enormous screen. The year is 1933. Are you ready for the adventure?
Book Two: Robot Planet Rising
(No previous "Intergalactic Nemesis" experience necessary.)
When the robot emissary Elbee-Dee-Oh disappears in deep space, it's up to Molly Sloan to rescue him. At the same time, and unbeknownst to her, her former fiancé Dr. Lawrence Webster has arrived on Robonovia, the Cerebretron is malfunctioning, Timmy has only just begun to master his telekinetic powers, a sinister robot named Alphatron is up to something terribly nefarious, and the Soviet spy Natasha Zorokov has followed Dr. Webster through the Galactascope. Will it all get sorted out or is there another, more evil thread to this complex tapestry?
"Pitch-perfect...totally nuts and a ton of fun! Do not miss it!" — The Austinist
McCain AUditorium, 785-532-6428, ksu.edu/mccain