Stephen King Wrote a “Batman” Story and You Can Listen to It Read by Stephen Lang Now

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NPR’s podcast Too Hot for Radio had a very special treat the other day. Horror author Stephen King wrote a “Batman” story and they got actor Stephen Lang to read it on-air.

Here’s what Too Hot for Radio had to say about it:

In our first episode, actor Stephen Lang reads, “Batman and Robin Have an Altercation”, a -shall we say- intense story about family, love, and dying by Stephen King (yes, THAT Stephen King, need we say more?). Host Aparna Nancherla talks to Stu Tinker, a Stephen King superfan fromKing’s hometown of Bangor, Maine (get ready for that accent!). For nearly 20 years he’s been giving tours the spots that have inspired so many of author’s stories.

The story itself starts around the 5:30 mark here.

(via Polygon)

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13 Responses to “Stephen King Wrote a “Batman” Story and You Can Listen to It Read by Stephen Lang Now”

  1. Well written, well read, the kind of no-genre fiction that writing workshops love and make me glad I’m out of college and can read whatever the Hell I want.