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The Walls Have Eyes – Enemy of the Peace

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Have a little look into Markesha’s future as Kamikaze! Our Kickstarter ends on Sunday so if you haven’t backed now’s your chance! 

She’s an enigma to the people of Trinity, an urban legend to some, an Enemy of the Peace to others. Combining Audrey’s gravity pack tech with her own unorthodox methodology, Markesha has managed to create quite a stir in Trinity. Whether it’s the rumblings of something greater is a topic of intense debate both inside and outside the Wall.

We’re 3 days out from the end of the campaign, and we’re nearly at the quarter-way mark towards stretch goal #3! If we can hit the goal, we can include a print run of the short spin-off guest comic Midnight Run. The comic features a short story that fast forwards to the adventures of Kamikaze herself.

Pg. 12: Uncooperative Elements

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Orson’s got places to be, so for now the spat with Audrey over the new recruit is put on pause.  The Volume 1 Kickstarter ends this Saturday! Make sure to check out the campaign if you haven’t had a chance.

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The Walls Have Eyes – Hello, Mr. Sohn

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Somones keeping an eye on Orson’s team, but it looks like the data on this file has been  bit…er…embellished.

If the world of Kamikaze had an equivalent of Forbes Magazine’s Top 30 Under 30 list you’d probably find Link somewhere on it – mostly because he’d have put it there himself.  Eager to please anyone he thinks will give him an edge up on the competition, Link is a natural-born social climber.

Beyond his impressive skills as a Spyder (hacker for hire), Link is a perpetual wellspring of social energy. He’s prone to let his ego outrun his ability to deliver, and it gets him in trouble far more often than he’d like to admit.  Of Orson’s core team, Link is the newest member.  He’s proud of his work, and sees the project as a stepping stone to bigger, more grandiose things.   Whether that dream will match up with reality, time will only tell.

We’ve just passed our first stretch goal! All backers at the Book Pack and above will receive a embroidered 3″ patch along with their other rewards.  Up next is the $11K stretch goal, which will expand the rewards to include two 11″x17″ prints by Dan Howard and Amber Chen! To get your copy of the book, a snazzy patch and help us get those prints made back us here!

The Walls Have Eyes – Concerning Mr. Stykes…

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For every student there’s a teacher, but Orson gave up the role of mentor long ago. These days he regards himself as a Commander in complete control over himself and his charges. The world is his oyster to crack, and he spends every waking moment finding just the right leverage to get what he wants.

Orson has come a long way as a character and design. Originally, his personality and design matched the much goofier original direction for the series. As the story and world gelled and matured, Orson changed along with it. We were Inspired by old school spy masters, Xanatos and Owen from Gargoyles, and John Luther from the BBC series Luther.

Some might call him two-faced. Others would say he’s a bad guy with good intentions. We’ve even heard him described as an ice-hearted professional. Everyone has an opinion of who Orson is and what part he’ll play. As a character Orson is a bit of an enigma, and frankly, he likes it that way.

The Kamikaze: Volume 1 Kickstarter is live!

Pg. 8: Fresh Out of Money

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Orson learns just how deep the Nin financial hole goes. To some this much digging on a would rightly be considered nosy at best and invasive at worst, but to Orson information like this is leverage, plain-and-simple.

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