Tabula Rasa audio drama

Tabula Rasa audio drama

Published by: Pendant Productions
43 Episodes | First Released: Sep 11 '12
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moppet_mi
Nov 22 '19
Rating:   8
Decent, but oddly dull

Only got through 8 full episodes so far (NOT the commentary, which ideally should be resequenced so it doesn’t play automatically before each episode). It’s simply not holding my attention. Overall it’s better than most ensemble cast drama/fiction podcasts, but the police stuff’s not accurate, and the voices don’t meld well. I’m left not caring about any of the characters. Also, is the TV show ‘Blindspot’ based on this podcast story?! They have remarkably similar premises, and this seems to proceed that show...(haven’t watched it, so could be wrong)

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Krissyv227
Feb 22 '19
Rating:   8
I don’t like the commentary.

I really like the show but in between each episode you guys do that commentary and it’s a waste of my time I just want to listen to the show I don’t need your commentary . It makes listening while I drive a little bit annoying. Commentary on anything is annoying I wish the world would get that just tell the story we don’t need the commentary

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PaulStevens
Jul 5 '16
Rating:   10
New and Different

...and good! I am obsessed with this show. The characters are believable and the story is VERY intriguing. I cannot wait for season 3.

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Athena Nightshade
Oct 10 '13
Rating:   8
My Favorite Pendant Audio Project!

Tabula Rasa is the story of "Jayne", a woman with amnesia, a psychic ability, to top all that off, is blind. She finds herself on the doorstep of a forensic psychologist, and quickly becomes a part of the Organized Crime unit of Chicago PD. Along with a rich assortment of characters, Organized Crime tries to solve the mystery of Jayne's past, and other cases they catch, including the movements of a shadowy organization who seem to be responsible for almost every major crime in the city. I love all of the characters in the show, but I can't go on and on about them. You'll have to listen and see. The voice acting and sound effects are quite good. There are some excellent moments where you can really feel the raw emotion of the scene. There are also some subtleties I really appreciate. My current favorite character is the ever flamboyant Rapheal, though I do think that's subject to change as characters like Keith grow and we learn more about Clarke (who is a great straight man for Rapheal). I didn't plan on listening to the commentary, but I got so into the show that I decided to check to see if they let anything slip about season two. You know you've got a great show when the creators are excited listening to it as the fans. Tabula Rasa officially has met and exceeded my expectations for Pendant Audio. (The last one to meet my expectations was Red Sand Investigations.) Good voice acting, compelling characters, and interesting writing. And thank goodness for Rapheal keeping the mood light (even with his own excellently crafted character flaws). Genesis Avalon needs a Rapheal. I eagarly await season two in November!

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Beallman
Dec 2 '12
Rating:   10
Great Show!

Not only is Tabula Rasa a good show, it's a great one. The story is top notch, the voice acting is stellar (Ganymede and Jayne for the win!), and the bar for production quality is set very high for a freely available audio drama. Five stars all the way! I can't wait to see where this amazing "blank slate" goes next.

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Zer0veryd
Sep 18 '12
Rating:   10
Looking forward

I am looking forward to this brand new series, the writing team and crew are some of the best on the web, and I love Susan Bridges, she will be amazing in this show. Everybody needs to be listening.

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