Little Deaths is based on the French historical figure Julie d’Aubigny (1670–1707), also called Mademoiselle Maupin and La Maupin.
Whatever the type of storytelling endeavor you embark upon, you at some point are going to be creating the characters that will be used to tell that story. What does …
“Welcome to the animal Kingdom, Where us animals live in harmony! We love abiding by the laws of our beloved City, no hunting for food, no taking what you want when you want it! instead, we wait for our fellow animal civilians to gracefully die! then we sell their meat to their local markets so everyone can enjoy a meal! And if an animal is killed for any reason in our Kingdom their killer would be charged for animal slaughter and sentenced to death! We promise you 100% protection!”.
Don’t eat meat asks the missing question to its usual animal style stories, what do they eat? In this world we follow Detective Red Kuma a red panda who doesn’t eat meat as he strikes outta luck on the hunt for a serial killer, only to find out later that a female neanderthal is committing the murders.
Inspired by the Teen Aged Mutant Turtles and Sin City.
A boy named Rayne born into a world of crime and violence gets an opportunity to change his ways and learn to be a true hero through the power of an unknown gem. Magnum City is swallowed by crime and chaos with no hope for security and safety. A city led by an organization whose only goal is to gain total control over the city. Among these organizations, a young man named Rayne is on the top list for most wanted and is on the verge to realize this goal to take control of the city. But little does he know his life will take a different turn from evil to become a true hero.