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Spirit Legends - Ep 2

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Mar 20, 2015 | 9:08 PM EDT

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After a long unfortunate hiatus, Spirit Legends is back! Thanks to everyone who supported this project! Stick around for something special at the end!

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Editted & Directed by:
Andrew DeCrescenzo
Alan B. McKenna

Story, Art, Audio, and Produced by:
Andrew DeCrescenzo

Audio Sound Effects by:

Imaging, Animation, & Visual Sound Effects by:
Alan B. McKenna

Music by:
Mike Roman

Cover Colors: Ross Campbell
Issue Colors (Page 1-8): Reggie Graham
Issue Colors (Page 9-20): Giulia Priori

Cast -- Voices in Order of Appearance

Narrator: Aditya Nayar
Ghold: John Archer
Andrew: Andrew DeCrescenzo (that's me)
Jess: Jordan Sailors (JoeyKat) (
Matt: Kiba Walker
Amy: Heidi Tabing (AderuMoro) (
Claire (Blonde Girl): Kayli Mills (MewKiyoko) (
Elizabeth (Orange-Haired Girl): Bree Page
Hooded Figure in Flashback: HyperVoiceActing
Sihlvir: Adoxographist
Narrator: Aditya Nayar

Episode 2: The Lady in the Lightning
Andrew has just narrowly evaded a grim end by the mysterious horned villain. Lightning strikes! From the settling dust, a new shadowy figure lurks. How will Andrew defend himself against not one, but two seemingly invincible cybernetic beings? And why have these metallic foes appeared? Find out all this and more!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Dude this is pretty cool! :D
Please don't stop making these! :D

drewmaru responds:

Thanks! You can check out the issues first as they come out! I have no intention of stopping these! :D


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Besides the voice actor who voice main character (Andrew) sounding like he was recording through a potato, this has got me drawn into the story. 4 out of 5 on animation and story, only thing keeping it from a 5 was the main characters sharp drop in voice recording quality over the others.

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drewmaru responds:

Thanks. Yeah, it's really strange because in the first episode I used the same exact recording equipment for one of the other voice actors, and it was perfectly fine. I honestly don't know what the problem was with why it sounded the way it did.