THE BLACK CRANE

BY JERRY BADER

A Japanese American graffiti artist revenges the murder of her father, killed on orders from CIA agents tasked to cover up a plot designed to disrupt the LA Yakuza.

GENRE

ACTION-REVENGE

FUNDING GOAL

$3M

SYNOPSIS

A Japanese American graffiti artist revenges the murder of her father ordered by rogue CIA agents.

Agent Lancaster finds a psychotropic drug the CIA uses to force Yakuza tattooist, Takumi Endo, and his daughter, Michi, to dose the son of an Oyabun to steal the records of a rival gang resulting in The Massacre In Little Tokyo turning Michi into a Bosozoku vigilant.

OVERVIEW

SERIES

PROJECT TYPE

$3M

FUNDING GOAL

2020's

TIME PERIOD

1H

EST. DURATION

MAIN CHARACTER

Transformed from a peaceful loving daughter to a revenge thirsty vigilante

Image by mahdi chaghari

Upon learning of her father’s death, graffiti artist Michi transforms herself from a peace-loving traditional Japanese daughter into a revenge-seeking vigilante, the Japanese-style Bosozoku, dubbed The Black Crane. The Black Crane does not stop until all the people responsible for her father’s death have been punished.

MICHI ENDO, 25

GRAFFITI ARTIST

EXTENDED DETAILS

CONCEPT ART