Crimson Empire: The Audio Drama was a dramatization in form of two audio CDs (or cassettes) of the popular comic-book Crimson Empire, originally published by Dark Horse Comics. The audio drama was released in 1999, one year after the comic series, with mainly the same plot.
The explosive Star Wars saga continues! Crimson Empire introduces you to a new generation of space heroes and thrilling adventures!
As the story opens, the Empire is in turmoil; Luke Skywalker has destroyed the last of Emperor Palpatine's clones, and the Dark Lord Carnor Jax plans to seize the throne. But he has a formidable opponent to contend with: the brave Kir Kanos. The only survivor of the elite Crimson Guard, he alone stands between Jax and universal domination.
On the run and fighting for his life in a world of disloyalty and deceit, Kanos takes refuge on the planet Phaeda, joining forces with the fierce, beautiful New Republic leader Mirith Sinn and her underground warriors. Soon, the Empire holds Mirith's band under siege, and none other than Kanos comes to their rescue. Why is he fighting with them? Is he on their side?
Finally, the stage is set for the clash between the last of the Royal Guard: Kir Kanos vs. Carnor Jax. Only one can walk away. Who dies? What happens to the New Republic?
Listen and find out as the suspense and action of this galactic story reaches its compelling conclusion to the first part of the Crimson Empire series.
Cast and CrewEdit
Produced by: Tom Voegeli
Directed by: Peter Moore
- Patrick Coyle as Kir Kanos
- Robert Downing Davis as Carnor Jax
- Nichole Pelerine as Mirith Sinn
- Martin Ruben as Sish Sadeet
- David Anthony Brinkley as General Wessel
- Gary Groomes as Colonel Shev and Emperor Palpatine
- Jim Cada as Darth Vader
- Wayne A. Evenson as Tem Merkon
- Jeff Gadbois as the Taskmaster
- Peter Thoemke as Massimo
- Bill Slichter
- Michael Tezla
- J.C. Cutler
- Christopher Denton
- Matt Guidry
- Allen Hamilton
- Jeremy Jackson
- Johar Husain
- Tom Keith
- Michael Paul Levin
- Bill McCallum
- Peter Moore
- Cliff Rakerd
This is a gallery of the different cover variations of Crimson Empire (audio).