Graphic novel cover art. The story is being adapted to a comic by the Cleaner Ocean Foundation as part of an ocean literacy campaign.
This story is about an injured humpback whale and a tough adventurer named John Storm, who rescues Kulo Luna from sharks and pirate whalers, in an advanced solar powered craft named SS Elizabeth Swann.
IN COLOUR - The giant humpback whale, Kulo-Luna, is surrounded by hungry great white sharks, unable to swim freely as she is caught in discarded fishing nets. This is an example of inked artwork, eventually to include text. These pictures are Copyright © Jameson Hunter Ltd and Cleaner Ocean Foundation December 2020, all rights reserved.
ROUGH SKETCHES - Kulo-Luna is a humpback whale injured by whalers, caught in fishing nets and being attacked by sharks, when John Storm appears in his solar powered ship - to rescue the magnificent marine mammal. These pictures are Copyright © Cleaner Ocean Foundation Ltd December 2020, the Elizabeth Swann is design and protected with patents pending. All rights reserved.
John Storm fights off the last shark and cuts the giant humpback free of netting - his reward is a resounding whale song. These pictures are Copyright © Cleaner Ocean Foundation Ltd December 2020, all rights reserved.
John Storm and his crewmate, Dan Hawk, make a giant bandage for the wounded whale, who shows her gratitude and becomes friends with the crew of the eco ship, swimming with them. These pictures are Copyright © Cleaner Ocean Foundation Ltd December 2020, the Elizabeth Swann is design and protected with patents pending. All rights reserved.
This is a venture gathering momentum as an investment opportunity for private equity investors, and companies looking to feature products sympathetically where the (at present) lone development company is inviting established production companies to partner with them to help create a franchise and accelerate the project for eventual release on big and small screens.
Set in Australia's east coast (including Sydney), with scenes in London, Japan, Hawaii, the Arctic and several Pacific islands, the film has potential for games, computers, solar-panel producers, a cola company, medical suppliers, the media, mobile telecommunications, satellites, and much, much more.
The producers are looking to include such products in a script that is due to be written in 2021. Inclusion at an early stage will help the writers to complete the proposed script for sharing with potentially interested production companies.
Please contact the Cleaner Ocean Foundation for details.
John Storm faces off four great white sharks, bravely challenging them to take a bite out of him, armed with only a speargun and a megaphone.
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