Our objective is to take Kamikaze from webcomic to animated series, and we can’t do that without fans like you.
Kamikaze is a big, ambitious project. It breaks many molds of traditional animated TV series. In order to get it on the air, we need the support of fans of all stripes.
The show is for people who have grown up watching great animated shows like Batman: The Animated Series, Gargoyles, and Avatar: The Last Airbender. We think it’s about time animated stories grew up too.
We are proud to be a fan-driven project. If you want to see something like Kamikaze on the air, we’d love your support.
How You Can Help 1. Share the comic with friends, family, coworkers and fellow potential fans!
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3. Ping us at contact [at] kamikazeanimated.com for a fan kit!
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The TV industry is largely structured around telling new creators “No.”
When Kim Possible was being vetted for Disney, executives took the creators on a three time nationwide screening because they weren’t confident the series would do well. They were looking for an excuse to say no, and this was with incredibly talented and established creators in the animation field. The creators of Kim Possible had to go through that roller coaster in 2001. Since then, it’s only gotten worse.
We don’t think it’s fair for you, our audience, or us as creators to wait around for someone to give us permission to tell the story. Does that mean we haven’t pitched the series? No. So the executives didn’t like the idea? Absolutely not. Just about every executive we pitched to adored the story, characters and world. No one turned us away and many were shocked we didn’t enter the pitch competition.
The problem we kept running into was that Kamikaze isn’t for kids, and more importantly we didn’t have an established audience (aka fanbase). Executives knew their corporations wouldn’t go for such a ‘risky’ idea. Does that mean we’re giving up on animation? Nope! The mission is still to get Kamikaze made into an animated series. Our hope is that through the webcomic we can build an army of people as passionate about Kamikaze as we are. This is only the beginning.
In a post-apocalyptic future, feudal corporate houses hoard food and basic resources. A young freerunning courier intent on escaping her city is unwittingly thrown into a life or death game of corporate sabotage from which she might never escape.
Troubled nineteen-year-old Markesha Nin is a courier who uses her incredible freerunning skills to put food on the table for herself and her blind father, Toshi. When Markesha unwittingly delivers a bomb to the bloodthirsty head of a vicious local gang, she becomes a target marked for reprisal. Coerced into accepting protection and employment from the head of a rogue espionage and sabotage unit, Markesha is thrown into the cutthroat arena of corporate spying and begins to find her place in the world.