New Legends is back!

Ramping back up magazine production

We know this has been a tough year for everyone, including us here over at New Legends Magazine where we had to temporarily stop print production of our magazine, and cease some of our online activity.

Now that things are slowly going back to normal, we’re excited to announce a couple new updates in the works at New Legends Productions:

  • Website Revamp
    We appreciate those of you who come to our website frequently to check out our stories, and so we really want to invest a lot of time in making our online stories just as content rich as our magazine is! During this short break, we’ve invested more time to make our online experience even better!
  • Magazine coming summer 2021
    We’re already hard at work creating the new print magazine, and it should be schedule for release sometime in the summer of 2021.

On a final note, we wanted to thank everyone who has supported us and continued to read our magazines over the years. We truly can’t believe the support the community has given us and we’re excited to keep creating legendary stories within our magazine and website!

The Legend lives on….
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