10 - Happy Y2K, Part 2

The time has come for Mall Rat to finally take the stage and play the most important gig of their lives! Written, Directed and Produced by Kristen DiMercurio. Co-written by Talia Rochmann and Mark Wolf Roberts. Production Consulting by Julia Schifini. Executive Produced by Mischa Stanton. Sound designed by Jeffrey Gardner. Recorded by Jared Paul and James Schoen. Featuring Elliot Gindi as Misroch, Susannah Wilson as Belzagor, Mark Wolf Roberts as Asmoraius, Isa Braun as Xaphan, Christopher Trindade as Trent and Carpasinus, Regina Russel as Trainee, Jordan Cobb as Raven, and Caitlyn Jones as Satan herself. Additional voices and club beats by Dan Powell, screaming by Audrey NAME. Theme music by FM Buller. Show art by Talia Rochmann. A Product of the Whisperforge: Sound & Story, Brought to Life

Comedy Fiction
Published: Aug. 21, 2020, 9:01 a.m.

09 - Happy Y2K, Part 1

Belzagor and Xaphan break into the records office to search for clues while Asmoraius… starts a podcast? Written, Directed and Produced by Kristen DiMercurio. Co-written by Talia Rochmann and Mark Wolf Roberts. Production Consulting by Julia Schifini. Executive Produced by Mischa Stanton. Sound designed by Jeffrey Gardner. Recorded by Jared Paul and James Schoen. Featuring Elliot Gindi as Misroch, Susannah Wilson as Belzagor, Mark Wolf Roberts as Asmoraius, Isa Braun as Xaphan, Christopher Trindade as Carpasinus. Additional voices by James Oliva, Zach Valenti, Marc Solinger, Alexander Danner, Jeff Van Dreason, Eric Silver, David Cummings, Tau Zaman, Mischa Stanton, Caitlyn Jones, and Zach Libresco. Theme music by FM Buller. Show art by Talia Rochmann. A Product of the Whisperforge: Sound & Story, Brought to Life

Comedy Fiction
Published: Aug. 21, 2020, 9 a.m.

BattleBird Productions Presents: We Fix Space Junk

Announcement time! Our season finale will premiere in two parts on August 21st. Until then, we recommend checking out another hilarious audio sitcom, We Fix Space Junk! You can check them out here: https://battlebird.productions

Comedy Fiction
Published: Aug. 19, 2020, 9 a.m.

08 - Attention Port Authority Bus Terminal Degenerates!

Nothing says “one way ticket to Hell” quite like the food court delicacies from Port Authority Bus Terminal. Once onboard, Asmoraius and Misroch come up with a “plan.” Written, Directed and Produced by Kristen DiMercurio. Co-written by Talia Rochmann and Mark Wolf Roberts. Production Consulting by Julia Schifini. Executive Produced by Mischa Stanton. Sound designed by Jared Paul. Recorded by Jared Paul and James Schoen. Music by Juliana Parker. Featuring Elliot Gindi as Misroch, Susannah Wilson as Belzagor, Mark Wolf Roberts as Asmoraius, Isa Braun as Xaphan, Sheldon Brown as Hornblas, and Kristen DiMercurio as Bus Terminal Announcements. Additional voices Jake Masters Theme music by FM Buller. Show art by Talia Rochmann. A Product of the Whisperforge: Sound & Story, Brought to Life

Comedy Fiction
Published: March 20, 2020, 9 a.m.

07 - Little Sinning Monster Machines

The demons split up to earn as many sincoins as they can. Meanwhile back at Wiener World, the teens get a little more than they bargained for... Written, Directed and Produced by Kristen DiMercurio. Co-written by Talia Rochmann and Mark Wolf Roberts. Production Consulting by Julia Schifini. Executive Produced by Mischa Stanton. Sound designed by Jeffrey Gardner. Recorded by Jared Paul and James Schoen. Special thanks to Alexander Danner and music by Scott Holmes. Featuring Elliot Gindi as Misroch, Susannah Wilson as Belzagor, Mark Wolf Roberts as Asmoraius, Isa Braun as Xaphan, Regina Russell as Trainee, Christopher Trindade as Trent and Damien, Jordan Cobb as Raven, Sheldon Brown as Hornblas, and Kristen DiMercurio as Mall Announcements. Additional voices by Joshua Rubino, Zach Ehrlich, Bonnie Marie Williams, Kim Hamilton, and Jean DiMercurio. Theme music by FM Buller. Show art by Talia Rochmann. A product of the Whisperforge: Sound & Story, Brought to Life

Comedy Fiction
Published: March 19, 2020, 9 a.m.

06 – Who Do We Want? Hornblas!

The teens are up to no good, and Xaphan finds an unlikely crew to help our band of demons locate Hornblas. Looks like it’s time for some dark magic in the parking lot. Written, Directed and Produced by Kristen DiMercurio. Co-written by Talia Rochmann and Mark Wolf Roberts. Production Consulting by Julia Schifini. Executive Produced by Mischa Stanton. Sound designed by Jared Paul. Recorded by Jared Paul and James Schoen. Featuring Regina Russell as Trainee, Jordan Cobb as Raven, Christopher Trindade as Damien, Isa Braun as Xaphan and Mrs. G, Elliot Gindi as Misroch, Susannah Wilson as Belzagor, Mark Wolf Roberts as Asmoraius, Sheldon Brown as Hornblas, and Kristen DiMercurio as Mall Announcements Theme music by FM Buller. Show art by Talia Rochmann. A Product of The Whisperforge: Sound & Story, Brought to Life

Comedy Fiction
Published: Feb. 20, 2020, 10 a.m.

05 – Boo, Earth Bad

It’s Christmas Day, and Carpasinus has come up from Hell to give our band of demons a seemingly impossible task. After blowing off some steam on the carousel, Misroch investigates an imposter in Wiener World, while Xaphan- Oh shit. What happened to Xaphan?? Written, Directed and Produced by Kristen DiMercurio. Co-written by Talia Rochmann and Mark Wolf Roberts. Production Consulting by Julia Schifini. Executive Produced by Mischa Stanton. Sound designed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner. Recorded by Jared Paul and James Schoen. Featuring Elliot Gindi as Misroch, Isa Braun as Xaphan, Susannah Wilson as Belzagor, Mark Wolf Roberts as Asmoraius, Christopher Trindade as Carpasinus and Trent, Regina Russell as Trainee, Sheldon Brown as Hornblas, Kristen DiMercurio as Mall Announcements, along with Jeffrey Nils Gardner Theme music by FM Buller.  Show art by Talia Rochmann. A product of the Whisperforge: Sound and Story, Brought to Life

Comedy Fiction
Published: Jan. 30, 2020, 10 a.m.

04 – Don't Call Me Darling

For a moment it looks like an old flame might be rekindled in the kitchen of Wiener World, but at band practice that evening, Asmoraius is swept off his feet in a totally different direction. With no word from Hornblas, and mysterious sin coins collecting in Belzagor’s pocket, the band wonders if Y2K is to blame. Written, Directed and Produced by Kristen DiMercurio. Co-written by Talia Rochmann and Mark Wolf Roberts. Production Consulting by Julia Schifini. Executive Produced by Mischa Stanton. Sound designed by Jared Paul. Recorded by Jared Paul and James Schoen. Featuring Mark Wolf Roberts as Asmoraius, Isa Braun as Xaphan, Elliot Gindi as Misroch, Susannah Wilson as Belzagor, Regina Russell as Trainee, Christopher Trindade as Carpasinus and Trent, Sheldon Brown as Hornblas, Kristen DiMercurio as Mall Announcements, along with Griselle Osses and Zach Ehrlich. Theme music by FM Buller. Show art by Talia Rochmann. A Product of The Whisperforge: Sound & Story, Brought to Life

Comedy Fiction
Published: Jan. 16, 2020, 10 a.m.

03 – Moral Kombat

Belzagor is baffled when she receives a sin coin she didn’t earn. Meanwhile, Asmoraius takes “the new girl”, Xaphan, on an educational field trip to the mall arcade. Because video games can be educational too! Written, Directed and Produced by Kristen DiMercurio. Co-written by Talia Rochmann and Mark Wolf Roberts. Production Consulting by Julia Schifini. Executive Produced by Mischa Stanton. Sound designed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner. Recorded by Jared Paul and James Schoen. Featuring Mark Wolf Roberts as Asmoraius, Isa Braun as Xaphan, Elliot Gindi as Misroch, Susannah Wilson as Belzagor, Jordan Cobb as Raven, Christopher Trindade as Damien, Sheldon Brown as Hornblas, Kristen DiMercurio as Mall Announcements, along with Danny Irwin and James Oliva Theme music by FM Buller. Show art by Talia Rochmann. A Product of The Whisperforge: Sound & Story, Brought to Life

Comedy Fiction
Published: Jan. 2, 2020, 10 a.m.

02 – Goth as F*ck

Asmoraius gets bullied by a couple of teens, but Raven and Damien learn pretty quickly just how goth carousels can be. Once the smoke clears, the band meeting in the parking lot does not got as planned. Written, Directed and Produced by Kristen DiMercurio. Co-written by Talia Rochmann and Mark Wolf Roberts. Production Consulting by Julia Schifini. Executive Produced by Mischa Stanton. Sound designed by Jared Paul. Recorded by Jared Paul and James Schoen. Featuring Mark Wolf Roberts as Asmoraius, Jordan Cobb as Raven, Christopher Trindade as Damien, Trent, and Carpasinus, Elliot Gindi as Misroch, Susannah Wilson as Belzagor, Sheldon Brown as Hornblas, Kristen DiMercurio as Mall Announcements, along with Michelle Agresti, James Oliva, Kim Hamilton, and Zach Erlich as additional voices. Theme music by FM Buller. Show art by Talia Rochmann. A Product of The Whisperforge: Sound & Story, Brought To Life

Comedy Fiction
Published: Dec. 19, 2019, 10:01 a.m.

01 – Where The Hell Are You?!

Trainee shows up for her first day of work at Weiner World, but to Misroch’s dismay, Hornblas does not. Tempers flare in the back room when Belzagor comes to visit, but these two demons will soon have bigger fingers to fry. Written, Directed & Produced by Kristen DiMercurio. Co-written by Talia Rochmann and Mark Wolf Roberts. Production Consulting by Julia Schifini. Executive Produced by Mischa Stanton. Sound designed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner. Recorded by Jared Paul and James Schoen. Featuring: Elliot Gindi as Misroch, Susannah Wilson as Belzagor, Regina Russel as Trainee, Sheldon Brown as Hornblas, Kristen DiMercurio as Mall Announcements, along with Julia Schifini and Mischa Stanton as additional voices. Theme music by FM Buller. Show art by Talia Rochmann. A Product of The Whisperforge: Sound & Story, Brought To Life

Comedy Fiction
Published: Dec. 19, 2019, 10 a.m.

Thank You for Shopping!

A new podcast from The Whisperforge & Kristen DiMercurio. Coming December 2019 to a podcast catcher near you! Twitter: @bvmpod A PRODUCT OF THE WHISPERFORGE: SOUND & STORY, BROUGHT TO LIFE

Comedy Fiction
Published: Nov. 29, 2019, 11:52 p.m.

Attention Shoppers!

Go to hell. A product of The Whisperforge, coming 2019.

Comedy Fiction
Published: Jan. 17, 2019, 4:41 a.m.

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