By Scott Murray
The logo for the second season of The Crimson Files Fiction Podcast really stands for everything we want this season to be. When you develop a new season for anything, you want it to be unique and stand on its own.
This logo does just that.
The artists are Jared J. Lee (who plays Reggie) and Alex Ray (who produced our Season 1 logo). If you're a fan of the first season, I have to think it's fun to wonder what you see in the frame.
It's been challenging not telling everyone what happens this season (or better yet - HOW it happens), but the logo explains why it's necessary. You see a mysterious figure crushing The Crane's symbol. That's a perfect representation of what she and her team face in this new story.
When I wrote the first season, I wanted to avoid taking the typical route in a superhero story. It was equally important to not simply drop a new villain into the second season and call it a day. The concept for this season evolved over time, and I'm very pleased with the final result.
I also love the way it looks in this logo.
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