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Post-apocalyptic goodness in Wastelander Panda

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At the beginning of 2012 we shared the prologue to Wastelander Panda. Basically, it featured a humanoid Panda roaming a post-apocalyptic wasteland….sometimes the title tells you everything you need to know.

It sounds bizarre, but it is very well made. It is violent, dark and extremely touching in places. They currently have outlines drafted for an extended web series, as well as a full-length, one hour TV series.

Arcayus lives a solitary life a corner of the Wasteland, and he wants to keep it that way.
His brother Isaac’s departure over a decade ago caused great conflict between them. Despite having fought alongside each other in the Tribe of Legion since childhood, Isaac’s choice of a life of violence and desperation is one that Arcayus has never understood.
But Arcayus’ illusions of a peaceful life are shattered when Rose arrives on his doorstep. Exhausted but determined, Rose has been raised by Isaac since childhood, and drags with her a huge makeshift cart, laden with Isaac’s body.
Rose has a clear goal. Together, they must journey through the Wasteland to track down Isaac’s killers and avenge his death – but Arcayus wants no part in it.
In a world where men have become savages, Rose knows she will never find revenge alone, and circumstances drive the two unlikely allies together. But Rose knows more about Isaac’s death than she’s letting on, and her secret could tear them apart.

Watch the first three episodes below.

Alone in the Wasteland, seven-year-old Rose (Mandahla Rose) meets a rogue panda named Isaac.

After Isaac’s murder, Rose tracks down his estranged brother Arcayus (Marcus McKenzie), and begs him to help her seek revenge.

Caught and sold to the Winchester Vault Pit, Arcayus is forced to fight alongside Akira for the entertainment of others.

Check out the official site.