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The wonderful Locke & Key gets a free, star-studded audio adaptation

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What if you had a key that opened a door that went anywhere you wanted? What if you could peer into your own mind and pluck our your fear, or your hatred?

Locke & Key is an amazing comic series that explores these questions, and a lot more, and if you've missed it so far you're in luck; the audio version of the story is available now, for the wonderful price of free.

"Featuring performances by Haley Joel Osment (Entourage, The Sixth Sense), Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black), Kate Mulgrew (Orange Is the New Black, Star Trek: Voyager), Joe Hill, Gabriel Rodriguez, and Stephen King (The Stand, 11-22-63), as well as a cast of more than 50 voice actors, this audio production preserves the heart-stopping impact of the graphic novel's astounding artwork through the use of richly imagined sound design and a powerful original score," the official page states.

You don't need the comics to appreciate this version of the work, although so far it's a very different experience than reading the books. The point is, it's free, it's pretty great so far, and the cast does an amazing job of bringing an already exciting work to a brand new medium. Grab your copy before November 4, 2015.