Archaia’s Titanium Rain Nominated for Audiobook Highest Honor
Titanium Rain might be known as the graphic novel the Chinese government didn’t want you to read (it was banned in 2010), now can be known as the graphic novel turned audio play that’s being nominated for awards.
The graphic novel turned audio play has been nomination for two awards for the 2013 Audie Awards—considered the Oscars of the audio book industry.
Titanium Rain was adapted by the Audio Comics Company, turning the book into a full-cast radio drama with cutting-edge effects and an original score by BBC composer Jonathan Sharp. The production was scripted by the book’s author, Josh Finney, and directed by William
Rain has been nominated in the categories of Best Audio Drama and Best Original Production. Other competitors for these awards include Neil Gaiman’s Swordpoint and Yuri Rasovsky’s Die, Snow White! Die Damn You!
Titanium Rain is a sci-fi war epic for the post-millennial age. In the year 2031 mankind’s survival instinct is put to the test when a civil war in China spirals into global conflict. Nations are destroyed. Millions are killed. And for many, like US Air Force pilot Alec Killian, survival will mean shedding some of his humanity in exchange for biotech and machine. Is this the ultimate corruption of nature, or the birth pains of a new chapter in mankind’s evolution?
You can listen to xxtended cuts from the audio drama and soundtrack. The audio drama and its original soundtrack are now available for download iTunes, Amazon.com, and AudioComics Digital Direct!