World War Kaiju Kickstarter Film

World War Kaiju Kickstarter Film

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World War Kaiju is the story of an alternate history, one in which the atom bomb was never created and the ultimate weapon of mass destruction is the Kaiju—fifty foot tall radioactive beasts spawned from the mysterious KAI-235 isotope. Follow the journey of one journalist as he teams up with a retired CIA operative to uncover the truth about the conspiracy behind the monsters...

...who are the architects of the inevitable Kaiju War?

...what is the shocking secret behind the mysterious KAI-235 isotope? ...where did Cuba manage to hide a crab monster the size of an aircraft carrier?  ...why are rogue monsters appearing all over the world? long can Tricky Dick keep these truths from the people?

Why World War Kaiju?Edit

World War Kaiju is a tribute to the kaiju genre in all its forms (both high and low). This story would never have been possible if not for the visions of Ishiro Honda, Eiji Tsuburaya, Shinichi Sekizawa, and Willis O'Brien. The brainchild of sci-fi author Josh Finney, WWK is a love letter to the golden-age of the kaiju genre. It looks to back an era when the world loved atomic monsters, but feared the atomic bomb, and warps history in ways that only men in rubber suits can. 

The Minds Behind World War KaijuEdit

World War Kaiju is the brainchild of author Josh Finney. Known for his books, TITANIUM RAIN and UTOPIATES. Teaming up with fellow writer, Michael Colbert (CRAZY MARY), WWK promises a reading experience unlike any you’ve ever encountered. To capture the sheer scale of a story about 50-foot tall war monsters, Team Kaiju tapped the talents of renowned artist Patrick McEvoy. With more than a decade’s worth of experience illustrating one of the world’s most famous giant beasts, Cthulhu, McEvoy was the perfect choice for WWK. You may recognize McEvoy’s work from products such as: ARKHAM HORROR, Boom Studios: FALL OF CTHULHU, and THE CALL OF CTHULHU. 

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