Entrepreneur and CEO of Fantasy Soft Entertainment, Kenneth Bright Jr. is currently developing his first anime series entitled, Prince Adventures. As a ten year passion project, Bright considers Prince Adventures a gift from God and a means for him to serve others through the gifts and talents that the Lord has blessed him with. As the Prince Adventures series was picked up as an option by Global Genesis Group last year, Bright is also hard at work on several others projects and franchises in comics, film, and video games.
Bright’s other in-progress projects include another anime series, League of Eden along with two planned comic series, Prince Adventures: Deliverance, which is a three-part series that takes place a year before the anime, and Prince Adventures: Shorts, which debuts today. PA: Shorts is a monthly, comical comic strip series. Bright and his company, Fantasy Soft Entertainment are also working on their first video game entitled The Last of the Disciples which Bright describes as an “awesome, End Times fantasy series.” His studio is also currently at work on a faith-based martial arts film entitled Preacher Man.
For more information on the upcoming anime series, Prince Adventures, or any of Bright’s other planned projects please visit Fantasy Soft’s official website. To read our full interview with the talented and prolific Christian entrepreneur please follow the link.
Are you excited for Bright’s upcoming Anime Series, Comics, Movie and Game? If so let us know in the comments. You can also check out the original Prince Adventures short that got the project picked up to go to series at the top of the article.
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