Friday, May 9, 2014

What is Rebel Nature?







Rebel Nature” is a powerful and intriguing story with direct reference to our current environmental situation on planet earth and especially in our oceans. The story gets its basic fuel from the conflict between longtime balanced natural evolution and speeded technological human progress.

The aim is to create the first girl "Eco" superhero who acts on new and emphatic morals and ethics of the 21st century instead of the values of post 2WW that most other super-heroes pursue. The moral of Rebel Nature is “balance and evolution” instead of “victory” understanding that good and evil is relative sizes and that winning is not the goal. 
Rebel Nature explore the idea that evolution is a reaction to what actually happens on the planet. If humans create an impact, evolution will react. Not based on any moral but just based on biology and survival of the fittest. The only fantasy ingredient added in Rebel Nature is that nature has started speeding up evolution driven by the inclusion of plastic in the food chain and plastic is for sure something that nature has not created.

The lead character of Rebel Nature is a young girl called Res Waveborn and she is a very different superhero with an unusual childhood that sets her apart from every other human on earth. Res’ childhood teaches her to act when everybody else adapts and teaches her to pursue balance instead of victory in the conflicts she encounters. She will travel through this strange and yet familiar world and act as our guide as she tries to understand her past, present and future.

Rebel Nature is a personal story and journey of a girl who grows up in the most unusual of all places with the most unusual foster parent. Her personal goal is to find the truth about her parents herself and their idealistic project. Her superhero goal becomes to unify humans with their own robotic creations and seek a new balance and understanding with nature. It is about time because nature is radically changing to answer the human effect.


Rebel Nature doesn’t try to moralize. It delivers great action, big emotions mind-blowing locations and a peek into a possible near future.

How are we going to tell the story? well since this is a self financed project until now. I can't tell the exact plan but it will grow organically with bits of story and information coming out in different media.
These websites will surely play a big role and the first active piece of content that we are working on is an app game that tells a small part of the story to test the concept and wake the interest. The concept work creating this app gives us a lot of material we can use to move into "movie mode". I'm working with my long time friends and super crew at Ghost VFX Copenhagen to bring this to life and we are very ambitious so lets see... This is just the beginning.

10 comments:

  1. Sounds exciting. Also, thank you for letting me know I'm not the only person who puts just an apostrophe to show possession after names that end in S.

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  2. Hmm, not sure how I feel about this. Looks like it's a "Wait and See" situation.

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  3. This sounds amazing! It sounds just like something I would read/watch/play/etc. I like the idea, and I can't wait to see more!

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  4. The art is really good, and I can't wait to see more, but I'm a little confused about the whole "balance" thing. Yes, balance between nature and civilization is important, but nobody actually makes moral decisions in pursuit of "moral balance," which was and idea that really killed the Star Wars prequel trilogy for me.
    Still, I look forward to it, keep up the good work!

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    1. Thanks for the comment. I am definitely not trying to tell about a moral balance. I explore the idea that evolution is a reaction to what actually happens on the planet. If humans create an impact, evolution will react. Not based on any moral but just based on biology and survival of the fittest. The only ingredient I ad in Rebel Nature is that nature has started speeding up evolution driven by the inclusion of plastic in the food chain. The balance I'm talking about is based on chemistry and biology and I would hate the story myself if it started preaching a moral so it is really helpful that you make the point. I want to start people thinking, not tell them what to think. Please keep commenting:)

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  5. The whole morals things kind of confuses me... nevertheless, I'm so very much looking forward to this, especially with the mention of an app game! Again, I'm quite interested to see the future of this project.

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  6. Don't Worry. The adventure is the main target of the story so there Will be no moral "lectures"

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