Project: Hero

Superhero story featuring multiple protagonists as they make sense of a catastrophe that warps the fabric of reality of their world, bringing about a new age of heroes and villains.

Set in a modern world where superpowered beings keep the peace, happy-go-lucky Cadet Mark Jerry alongside his training partner and rival Amy Rogas aim to be a part of H.E.R.O. the Homeland Emergency Response Organization along with their good friend of science and technology Rebecca Walker.

A Catastrophe causes the city and indeed their world to experience distortions in reality, a new beginning for many. Can Mark, Amy and Rebecca manage the hand they’ve been dealt, or will they fold in the chaos that ensues?

Miraculous Mark Jerry and Friends

Which project is more interesting to you?

We’d like to hear your opinions and even your expectations for new content produced at Magic Window Studios.

You don’t have to pick one or the other, you can have both, feedback is appreciated (unproductive comments and unsolicited demands, not so much).

Contact MWS to get in touch and let us know what you think!

Project: Kyodai

Action story featuring giant monsters made for entertainment, tournaments and mini-games designed for Kaiju and other titanic beings. But it is as ethical as people think?

Set in the same world as Project: Hero, an organization created to manage and contain oversized creatures that could threaten the lives of ordinary people creates a cultural pastime by allowing giant beings to participate in fighting tournaments and party-style games.

Project: Kyodai follows stories of these giant performers on camera and behind the scenes, as well as outside individuals would end up changing their lives; A fan who discovers what it means to meet their idols, and an investigator who only wants to close the case once and for all.

Sumo Daikaijin