Two centuries after a global ecological disaster, the worlds of a mysterious covert operation and a young courier collide when a critical mission is blown.
Markesha Nin only wants one thing: to find a better life for herself and her father. Hell bent on escaping the only home she’s ever known for a better place, she takes a risky job that blows up in her face. Caught in a deadly trap with nowhere to turn, her only chance at finding a better life could ensnare her in a dangerous game she may never escape.
Kamikaze is an award winning webcomic series inspired in equal parts by popular sci-fi, animation, and a wide range of current affairs. With a rich world and complex character driven storylines the series is an action-packed tale with an intimate dramatic heart.
It’s a very special update: Four years ago from today, we launched Kamikaze! Thank you all so much for the fantastic journey so far. Here’s a special video message from Alan: Link and Markesha share a moment that leaves them both unnerved.
Link and Audrey need to talk, but they can’t do that in front of Markesha. Time for a convenient distraction! Snoop around in Audrey’s workspace for half a second and you’ll notice a large box labeled “A Repara.” Full of all manner of objects and all of them broken. A habit picked up from helping… Continue reading Pg. 10: New Duds
With Markesha distracted by the suit, Audrey and Link debate what to do about Orson. When a panic code is initiated the comm-line for that person goes dark and the only thing left functioning is the tracer. To the novice intelligence agent this feature may seem counter-intuitive, however there’s a very good reason communication… Continue reading Pg. 11: Distract the Rookie
Orson’s window for contact is closing and his team is torn on what to do. The panic code protocol Orson operates under has a two hour wait-time built in to prevent another form of panic making things worse. Experience has taught him that giving the agent time to solve things themselves also prevents the… Continue reading Pg. 12: Bad Timing, Bad Fit
Audrey flubs an apology to Markesha, but (thankfully?) Link interrupts by dropping a bombshell. The suit that Markesha’s wearing is made of a material called Carbon Ampullate Silk (or C-Amp Silk for short). This fabric is unique in the source of it’s base materials for thread – carbon fiber, and artificial spider silk. C-Amp Silk… Continue reading Pg. 13: Fitted for Trouble
This week the team pauses it’s normal posting due to a sudden onslaught of Dragons~! We’re gearing up for a weekend of working the largest convention in the Southeast US, DragonCon! Our own Alan is a featured guest this year, and will be speaking on multiple panels about creating comics, character design and more. Character… Continue reading Dragon, Dragon, Rock the Dragon!
Arguments and introducing exotic technology to skittish rookies are always a great combination. Due to the C-Amp Silk material the suit is made of tailoring cannot be accomplished through the usual scissor, needle and thread affair. The best way to modify a suit like the one Markesha’s wearing is to use heat. Tailoring has… Continue reading Pg. 14: Hard Packed
Link’s let the cat out of the bag about Orson’s situation and Markesha is suddenly feeling very locked in. Orson’s onboarding process for a new agent usually begins with a one-on-one conversation in a quiet location. This talk includes topics such as payment plan, security procedure, safeguards, and mission objectives. If and when the recruit… Continue reading Pg. 15: Locked In
It’s never a good day when you lose the new hire and your secret tech in broad daylight. Support the comic! Become a Patron, buy from our Store, or vote for free! The rooftop access to the Nin apartment was added by Markesha’s mother, Cassie. The latch and hinge system was installed for quicker access… Continue reading Pg. 16: Hard Pass
Julian wants to get some answers, but Orson turns into the one asking questions. Support the comic! Become a Patron, buy from our Store, or vote for free! The SADP sigil is a bastardization of an Old World flag from South America. It depicts a white crescent representing the moon over a blue field representing… Continue reading Pg. 17: Turnabout