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In a post-USA dystopia teen Libertaria escapes from genetics factory & teams up with her addict father to lead a children's cyborg army against evil reverse-aging geneticists in this epic animated opera by award-winning composer Sabrina Pena Young. World's first animated comic book opera.

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Directed by Sabrina Pena Young

Cast (In Alphabetical Order)

Joe Cameron
Perry R. Cook
Gracia Gillund
Jennifer Hermansky
Matthew Meadows
Kate Sikora
Gretchen Suarez-Pena
Yvette Teel

Narrator

Johnny Video


Additional Vocals

Alan Manuel Pena


Art Department

Lead Animator

Kera Hildebrandt

Lead Modder/Animator

Lucinda McNary
Two Moon Graphics

Animator

Sabrina Pena Young

Additional Animation Assistance

Patricia Johnston

Additional Mods by

Arthur V. Kuhrmeier
Gerald Lang (Papa G Mods)
Shirley Martin (Mods 'N More)
Craig Rintoul
Hursto Presto Mods
Shortfuze



Sound

Mastered by

Patrick Rundbladh
at P.R. Productions

Additional Recording by

Perry R. Cook
Stephen Crafton
Gary Gillund
Steve Holtz
Alan M. Pena

Metal Link Alt Mix

Matthew Meadows

Techical Consultant

Clare Shore

Additional Music Consultants

Joel Haas
Susan Haas
Steve Holtz
Patrick Neher

Visual Effects

Two Moon Graphics

Music

Original Score and Lyrics by

Sabrina Pena Young

First animated comic book opera. Graphic novel style. Sci-fi story. Video game Music.

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