Ted is a Southern storyteller with a love for the DC Animated Universe. He holds a B.A. in Literature from the University of North Carolina at Asheville, and has worked as a Creative Executive with Sundance award-winning Social Construct Films, Content Coordinator for TEDxAsheville, and a Producer on films Good Hair The Movie and The Song of Sway Lake. Ted has also contributed to the upcoming Watchtower Databaseís extensive library of character biographies, and was a major force behind the editing and refinement of the Vireality screenplay for JTS Entertainment.

James is an artist from Eugene, Oregon. An avid DC Animated Universe fan from a very early age, James has been drawing in the series' distinct art style since he was old enough to pick up a pencil. In addition to his hand-drawn artwork, James is also an independent filmmaker with a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema Studies from the University of Oregon. He is currently in works on his latest feature film, Vireality. James is the creative director of JTS Entertainment, an Oregonian arts studio, and producer of the upcoming DCAU encyclopedic fan-site, the Watchtower Database.

Adam is the musical composer behind the Legacies theme music and tracks heard in other promotional material. He is a two-time graduate from the School of Music at the University of Oregon, with a Master's degree in Multiple Brass Performance and a Bachelor's in Music Education. Adam is also the composer for many other JTS Entertainment productions, including the upcoming feature film Vireality, under the musical studio name of Musica Atomica.

A laptop, ADHD, and OCD traits have led fellow DC Animated Universe enthusiast Matthew "Kevin" Washburn to want to watch and share the DCAU in a way Timm and co. never intended. With a complete set of the available DCAU DVD releases at his disposal, Mattie strives to find as chronologically accurate an order to the animated universe as humanly possible. A fan of interlocking continuity, he started the on-again-off-again DCAU Timeline Tumblr blog in 2012 as an attempt to share his findings via the most thorough DCAU chronology available. The project still remains in-progress, but has picked up speed since joining the Legacies crew.

Marcelo is an artist from Cordoba, Argentina and is responsible for various covers, colors, and page backgrounds for Legacies. Marcelo is a Batman fan and a fan of all of the DCAU, especially Batman: the Animated Series and its art style, which influenced his own from a very early age. He is currently studying for a Bachelorís degree in Fine Arts at the Figueroa Alcorta School of Fine Art.

Mark Daniel Martinez (aka Digital Jedi) is creator and artist of Pwnd! and admin of City of Gamers Online. In addition to running the yet-to-be-launched Eon Press Presents online comic series, he's also a YouTube content creator, web designer, stay-at-home dad, and frequently lost in the mall for no apparent reason.

Ambar is a digital artist from Portland, Oregon and is a contributing colorist for Legacies. A 2013 graduate of the University of Oregon, she majored in Digital Arts and Marketing with a minor in Japanese, and is a frequent graphic artist for the Oregon Crusaders Drum & Bugle Corps. In her free time, she enjoys playing video games, making art, and snuggling her puppies.

Robert is a self-taught artist who has been drawing since the age of 3, and has been a lifelong Batman fan since he picked up Batman #397 in 1986 at a local candy store (when those were still a thing). Robert is a huge DCAU fan and has been since Batman: the Animated Series debuted on Fox Kids in 1992. He enjoys being a kid in a grown man's body while reading comics, watching cartoons and genre movies, and drawing cool stuff.

Legacies of the DCAU is a fan-made webcomic featuring the characters and storylines of the animated series set within the continuity known as the DC Animated Universe, or DCAU, the 14-year-spanning animated saga produced by Warner Bros. and DC Comics under the creative team of Bruce Timm, Paul Dini, Dwayne McDuffie, and others. The webcomic is written by Ted Kendrick and illustrated by James Strecker, and chronicles the time period set between the conclusion of Justice League Unlimited and the beginning of Batman Beyond.


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