There’s been a lot of discourse over the last couple days regarding “mainstream popularity” and “tokusatsu”, with the implication being inferred that in order to achieve mainstream popularity a property needs to drop the elements of tokusatsu. We’re happy to report that is not the case and the best example of that is the Massive-verse, a series of creator owned comic books inspired by tokusatsu from Image Comics and written by some of your favorite Power Rangers creators (Kyle Higgins, Ryan Parrott, Melissa Flores, and Mat Groom).
One of those properties – Inferno Girl Red – currently has a live Kickstarter to fund it’s second graphic novel! Of all the comic books in the Massive-verse, Inferno Girl Red is easily the most tokusatsu-inspired of them all, from the look of the character to how the character activates their powers.
You only have 8 days left to back this project – and it still needs a rally to happen!
Inferno Girl Red Book 2 is brought to you by Mat Groom (writer) and Erica D’Urso (artist), with Igor Monti (colors), Becca Carey (letters), Kyle Higgins (editor), and Michael Busutill (magic comic book genie). Fans who missed the first book can add the first book as an add-on, as well as a number of fantastic art prints, a pin, and so much more!