A Ghecos Creature from the Afreeka Monster Workshop. An Ananse Amazon Winged creature which could be featured in night scenes in the Chronicles of Een.
Ghana Comic Chronicles of Een – Anasite
A young Nyam boy was separated from his tribe during the commotion and finds himself lost in a city ruin. Running for days from a creature so terrifying, caused him to forget what he was doing or where he was going. He blinks through momentary flashbacks of the attack and is scared beyond comprehension to a point that he cannot move and although the water he now stands causes him to shiver, he dare not make a sound.
He knows something is wrong, he knows something about him has changed and fortunate for him he will not remember what comes next.
He stumbles on a rock beneath him and then it happens… with excruciating pain he screams, his heart beat quickens at an alarming pace, he clutches his chest piercing his bosom with his fingernails and stands paralysed like a zombie as the pain ripples through his mind, body and soul, and in a flash the pain is gone.
He pulls himself together in the still night and hears nothing but the cold running waters lapping at his thighs, hesitantly he steps forward, first one foot and then another. He stops, listens and then continues to wade across the void before him. He realises the stillness, no sound, in fact what worries him most, no heartbeat. He snaps his head left and right and slowly tilts his head to gaze at the shimmering water, but for some reason no longer fears.
He feels odd in someway, heavy. He feels slow but yet strong. He continues to wade and catches a glimpse of a shadow in the moonlight, he turns but it’s gone. He stops and bends to cup water in his hands to drink and then yells out a monstrous roar, louder than 100 lions on an african savanna.. His worst nightmare… there’s hideous creature in the palm of his hands… he cries and then weeps for the transformation is complete! He is his worst fear! He has become one of them! – An Anasite beast.
A Ghecos Creature from the Afreeka Monster Workshop. This is a creature from the woodlands with an attitude problem and could be featured in the Chronicles of Een
A Ghecos Creature from the Afreeka Monster Workshop. An Ananse Amazon land creature which could be featured in the forests of Chronicles of Een.
A Ghecos Creature from the Afreeka Monster Workshop. This is a carnivorous land creature and could be featured in the Chronicles of Een.
A Ghecos Creature from the Afreeka Monster Workshop. This is an omnivorous land creature and could be featured in the Chronicles of Een.
This Ghana comic spy thriller is about the first discovery of oil, the building of a refinery and then the destruction through industrial espionage by outside forces.
“Afreeka Globe – It has been suggested that it’s the systematic acquisition of Ghanaian major resources in a bid to control the gateway to Africa… could it be true? put our best reporter on the case”…
The conspiracy involves the control of West African leader Amura and human basic resources such as water to force low crop yields. Electricity has been prevented from fully functioning to hamper the manufacturing industry. Reduced communication of the Internet, phone and disruption of satellite services is in effect to control speed and censorship of media distribution. Mining of mineral wealth has been halted to prevent the purchase of technology and prevent growth of the nation to super power status.
We join the adventure midway through the saga, with an electronic transmission glitch from UK to the USA between wealthy individuals. It’s intercepted by the Russians and the information offered up for sale to the Chinese.
A silent techno war creeps forward as “Chinese troops” in the form of domestic workers get caught illegally mining supposedly for gold, but in fact it’s a smoke screen for Chinese researchers to extract a sample mineral of “Ghaladamite Ore”.
“Afreeka Globe – We suspect the ore was first detected during the initial offshore test drilling for oil. Satellite scans show that the geological mines for the ore, were not only found at sea, where mining it would draw too much attention, but also at inland caves unearthed during the construction of Africa’s largest man-made harbour oil refinery.”
… Ghale hears of a child, Ananse-who seems to have developed extraordinary perceptive powers. News reporter Ghale goes undercover in order track down the kid in an attempt to discover if this phenomenon is related to the ore…
The rise of the Ghana Cartoon Network, is slowly but surely taking shape. The Ghecos Universe has been defined, solidifying relationships between differing dimensions and providing a framework for characters in those dimensions to act out their true destinies.
Ghana Comics have a set purpose, to act as a prelude script to Ghana Cartoons.
Ghana Cartoons are being developed in a 2 tier fashion whilst the Afreeka Radio Project explores the complexities of each product line in 2D and 3D.
Ananse 3D has played a significant role in the initial development concept of our major Ghana Comics and Ghana Cartoons, however as the Ghana Cartoon Network grows, he will play a more self focused role as the destinies of each World and character in the Ghecos Universe explores adventures and destinies of their own.
Ananse 2D plays a significant development role with respect to the older style stories, fables and Children Nursery Story concepts. Ananse 2D will also feature other World Wide stories from other nations, whilst Ananse 3D will focus on African Themes.
Ghana Cartoon Network Road Map
Whilst Ghana Comics serve as scripts for the Ghana Cartoons, Ghana Cartoons will pave the way for developing a New Ghana Cartoon Network TV Channel.
The Ghana Cartoon TV Network, will serve as a beacon for channelling Afreeka Radio Project ideas and concepts.
The delivery mechanisms will not focus on traditional Terrestrial Television, but on future technological mediums such as Mobile Devices and Fibre Streaming Broadcast mediums.
Whilst Ghana maybe struggling to develop an infrastructure and digital broadcasting framework to deliver such content, the initial adoption by the rest of the world, of Ghanaian Digital Developers and Content Producers, will provide credence and acceptance of a new genre of Digitally styled and themed content, for the most part unrealised by other cultures in the wider world today.
“The road is long, but the destination is inevitable”.