I've been to Japan twice, and I could say that it is a fascinating country. If I were to retire in another country, I would definitely would want to retire in Japan. Its gastronomic offerings, rich history, interesting culture, friendly people, and even their colorful manga and anime, are just some of the things that would make you want to travel or stay in this lovely country in the far east.
The Japanese are also known for their Manga and Anime, which have also became popular even outside Japan. In 2014, avid anime fans, Samuel Dalton and David Pinter teamed up to produce their own anime called Indigo Ignited. It is a post-apocalyptic dark fantasy anime set in a shattered world sustained by bloodshed and built upon the remnants of an ancient order that was abolished in their conquest to rid the world of Fear.
Indigo Ignited is loosely based off David Pinter's childhood town. It was first released as a comic, but is now being made into a TV anime show because of it huge following.
The staff includes both American and Japanese workers in the industry. Names like Henry Thurlow, Yoshiharu Ashino, ReJean DuBois, and David Butler are attached to the product.
Also in the team are:
David Pinter - Writer & Co-Creator
Samuel Dalton - Artist & Co-Creator
Carla Chavez - Marketing Director
Miguel Figueroa - Content Strategist
Arthell Isom - Art Director & Background Artist
Henry Thurlow - Director & Project Manager
Yoshiharu Ashino - Storyboard Artist
ReJean DuBois - Character Designer
Cylight Studios - Foley & Sound Design
David Butler - Score & Music Composition
To have a preview of Indigo Ignited, watch this teaser video.
Indigo Ignited is expected to debut its pilot episode this 2017. But we still have to wait until they annouced when will it be. Are you excited for Indigo Ignaited?
Visit www.indigoignited.com for more information.
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