Feedback: A Hero's Calling

Every morning, I wake up to a mechanical alarm clock, put on my dampening suit, and cross my fingers that the game I'm about to play is going to be the "right" one. If I don't, two things happen. One, my feedback field remains active and I fry every electronic piece of equipment within 30 feet of me. And two, I will have no superpowers to save the world.

My name is Feedback, and these are my stories.

Before the explosion that infused my body with the feedback field, I was simply a computer scientist and a little out of touch with computer games. That's where a remarkable group of people known as Tech Support comes in. They assess my missions, supply me with the games I need, monitor my progress and patch me up -- because the greater the intensity at which I use the powers, the faster they dissipate.

What I haven't told you is ...if I use a game ability, I lose a memory. Every act of heroism that requires these powers is a conscious choice to lose part of who I am. Sometimes that isn't easy to do.

But what other choice do I have?

The world needs a hero.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Never in a Thousand Years

The first episode about Matthew Atherton becoming Feedback. Come with me in what will be the adventure of a lifetime.

Listen: Never in a Thousand Years - Feedback, Episode 1
(8:27 min, 9.7 MB mp3, released 2006.11.07)

Written by Matthew Atherton and Alan White
Based upon the character concept created by Matthew Atherton and Sarah Blevins

Featured in the cast were:

Sarah Blevins as Sarah
Richard Brooks II as the fiend
Eric Busby as the old man
Matthew Atherton as Feedback

This series was created by Matthew Atherton and Alan White
Post Production work by Eric Busby
The executive producer for Darker Projects is Eric Busby

2 Comments:

Blogger Amber Love said...

Looking forward to episode 2!

5:46 AM  
Blogger Cyborg-Patrick said...

I got a notice that episode 2 was being done with BrokenSea Audio. Does that mean you guys are no longer working together?

3:23 PM  

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