It’s almost time: the Legend Of Vox Machina is about to begin. It’s the epic animated series adaption of Critical Role’s first campaign, which was promised to us years ago through one of the most lucrative Kickstarter campaigns ever. It stars and involves everyone who participated in the show: Laura Bailey, Taliesin Jaffe, Ashley Johnson, Liam O’Brien, Matthew Mercer, Marisha Ray, Sam Riegel and Travis Willingham. All of them have professional jobs in the voice acting field when they’re not campaigning.
The show (animated by Titmouse with tons of colorful magical explosions) not only looks neat, but is a godsend for anyone looking to see what the hype over Critical Role is about without having to wade through thousands of hours of impenetrable footage. So the question is, how much of this is based on the campaign?
According to the original Kickstarter page, the first two episodes will be about what Vox Machina was up to prior to the story told in Critical Role and then, from that point, it’ll delve into the first storyline, Briarwood. However, plans can change and we can’t say for certain if that remained the plan all through production.
The first three episodes of Legend of Vox Machina will be released January 27 on Amazon Prime Video, with three more being spit out every week afterward until the full 12-episode season is available. Another season is now in production.
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