Dead Mech Episode 26!

Dead Mech Episode 26 is here at last! The very last episode of Dead Mech!

Happy 4th of Freakin’ July!

What better way to celebrate US independence than in the Wasteland!

Thank you everyone for helping make Dead Mech such a success! You all rock!

Stay tuned for a metacast next week explaining what is next for Jake Bible Audio Fiction and for me in general.

Have a safe 4th! Have fun!

Cheers y’all!

Dead Mech Episode 26

Show notes:
Title graphic by Ed Delaney
Find ED at

Intro and Outro music from

Intro is “Miles And Miles” by Laika Cres
Outro is “Destroy” by The Eternal


The Gearheart

ANCESTOR By Scott Sigler

DEAD MECH book promo (music by Kevin Macleod

Jake Bible’s THE AMERICANS (music by Kevin Macleod

Posted on July 4, 2010, in Dead Mech Podcast and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Really enjoyed this story, pleased there’s more to come. Looking forward to enjoying it all over again when the dead tree version comes out.

  2. This is one of the best stories and podcasts I have heard full stop.
    When I first came across the description of the book I really didn’t think that it would be something that I could get on with… I couldn’t be further wrong the way that the story is written, characters, audio and generally how everything comes together makes this one of the most top notch writings I have came across. After listening to the last episode I can’t actually believe how the story has grown and how it all stemmed from episode one.

    Thanks so much for all the hard work, timely distribution and further more distributing for free – Imagine it actually had me looking forward to going to work on a Monday morning!


    I will be supporting, spreading the word and keeping my ear to the street for more Bible fiction – can’t wait for the sequel or your next drop.


  3. Mr Bible,
    So it’s all over… for now!
    Yes, I shall be purchasing the deadtree version and you’ll take pride of place on my shelf next to the FDO, J.C. Hutchinssss, Andy Remic and Seth Harwood.
    I liked the story very much although I didn’t know if I would at the start, but it grew on me and by the end… well, I’m glad there’s more to come.
    And ‘The Americans’? – nice teaser and makes us all wish for 2011.
    Well done Sir – more praise from a Scot!
    P.S. If I get my books out there, then stick one on your shelf!

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