Radio Free KODT Goes Live
Fans Go Wild!!!
The award winning comic/magazine, KNIGHTS OF THE DINNER TABLE now has its
very own radio show. On July 25th the very first beta-episode of RADIO FREE KODT
was released. Audiences can expect new episodes to follow every one or two
"This has been a very exciting week" said Jolly Blackburn, original creator
of the series, "First the came the announcement that Knights of the Dinner Table
will be adapted as an off-Broadway play, now our beloved characters are jumping
onboard the podcasting craze."
"It was the logical next step for us to take," added David S. Kenzer,
president of Kenzer and Company. "When we first heard of pocasting we knew that
we had to be the FIRST gamer comic to jump on board, breaking new ground. The
popular KODT Live Readings at conventions have drawn large crowds for years.
We're hoping to bring that same magic to podcasting. It's a good fit."
Kenzer and Company plans to evolve Radio Free KODT into a radio magazine of
sorts, with regular episodes featuring readings of both classic and new KODT
strips, interviews with gaming celebrities, product reviews, gamer humor and
more. The first three installments are being billed as "Beta Episodes" while the
KODT D-Team learn the ropes and hone their skills. Friends, readers and even
family members have been recruited to help out with the recording sessions.
"We plan on having fun with this. None of us consider ourselves voice actors
or radio personalities. But we're not going to let that stop us. We're just
going to have a good time and try to make each episode better than the last,"
explained Brian "the sixth knight" Jelke.
"Our primary goal is to entertain our loyal readers who have supported
Knights of the Dinner Table for almost 15 years," Jolly said. "Radio Free KODT
is a way of giving them what they love in another venue. With over a million and
a half copies of Knights of the Dinner Table in print we feel like we owe them.
We also have a more sinister reason for jumping on the podcast bandwagon. We
want to expose the series to new readers. Podcasting has the potential to do
that in a major way."