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.
Audrey’s introduction to Markesha is punctuated by an unexpected shot of adrenaline.
Orson pauses on his way amid refugees, helpers, and an unexpected splashy entrance.
As Outer Trinity streets turn to chaos, Julian plays the hero as Orson runs for cover. Too bad they’re both on the HSF wanted list.
Resigned to his fate, Orson abandons his intel and activates a panic code.
Orson and Julian are nabbed by the HSF, leaving a wake of dust and destruction behind them.
Back at the Nin apartment, Toshi is less than impressed with Markesha’s behavior.
Toshi’s lost all patience for Markesha’s outbursts and gives her a sharp talking to.
Markesha is introduced to the biometric tech, but when Audrey gets lost in translation Markesha’s temper flares up all over again.
Audrey’s had enough of Markesha’s outbursts, thank you very much. But bodily functions provide a clue to what may be exacerbating the Nin household’s grumpy attitudes.
Markesha gets a nasty reminder about the end of her last job, and a good look at the perks of her new one.