MarsCorp Part 10 Is Out


There are certain jobs that allow human capital to perform actions in a repetitive, unthinking way, like an assembly line worker or a surgeon. MarsCorp does not offer those kind of jobs. The vital importance of the mission coupled with working at the cutting edge of human scientific and technological capability means all human capital must be fully emotionally engaged with their work, drawing on past experience to deal with present obstacles. Over time this will allow you to reflect, learn and improve yourself as piece of the MarsCorp mission and move forward as a human being.

With Resources foiled in their plan to destroy MarsCorp with ‘The Wheel’ they flee to their secret base that’s been under construction; ‘Site B’. The team find this desolate outpost virtually abandoned with disgusting relics of what went on here before Hob and the others arrived.

But this place is more than just a new site for Resources to try and establish their own colony. It holds a strange and powerful secret, one that threatens to destroy Hob and her team unless they can get to Alberich and his cronies first.

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MarsCorp Episode 10 artwork portrait

Artwork by Eric Chow

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If you’re really, really enjoying the show and don’t want to wait week to week for episodes then I have good news; you can listen to the whole of the rest of the series right now with Acast! Simply download the Acast app, search for MarsCorp and purchase a Season Pass for a one off payment of £2.99 ($3.99) and get all the remaining episodes to listen to straight away.

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The MarsCorp “Community”

There is no community, obviously. What are we, communists? But if you would like discuss MarsCorp and its many intricacies – What’s Martin’s favourite medication? Are Hob and [insert character]going to bang? Why is the intro music so good? – then you should head over to the MarsCorp subreddit!

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Episode 11 – ‘Rewards & Recognition’ – is out next Wednesday.

Episode 10 credits

E.L. Hob – Helen Watkinson
Jim Lake – Matthew Woodcock
Alberich P. Copperbottom – Robert Benedetti-Hall
Eric Lyon – Max Upton
Adam Summers – Max Sterne
Clay – Mark Keegan
Baines – James Naylor
Baxter – Jon Day
Jo Grey – Susanna Gordon
Simon Badcocke – Mark Keegan
Dave Price – David Price
David Knight – David Knight
Tom Dalling – Tom Dalling
Chip – Emma Stirling
Martian Singing On Recording – Ailsa Dalling

Music by
Jon Day
Ben Osborn
Johnny Phethean

Artwork by
Eric Chow – Website

Written, produced and edited by David Knight, David Price and Tom Dalling.


About Author

David Price is the editor of Gorilla Film Online and co-writer/co-producer of MarsCorp and The Bunker podcasts. He has made a number of short films and has watched more than 12 feature films. Writers/con-artists can contact him at daveprice at

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