Jason Njoku Has Launched Raptures, A New Digital Comics Platform
Webtoons, comics, and animations will be created and displayed on the new platform.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Jason Njoku, the founder of Iroko TV, has launched a digital comics company that will feature content for the African, American, and Arabic markets.
According to reports, Raptures is Njoku’s first project from a $250,000 seed fund, and it will see the platform collaborate with webtoon, comic, and animation content creators.
Confirming the new platform, Njoku shared on Twitter: “Excited to launch @raptures_io a global digital storytelling platform & studio network creating original Industry-leading Mobile Comics of Black American, African and Arabic origin. My family have been great contributors to the creative industries and hope.”
Raptures’ content will appeal to a wide range of age groups, with genres such as romance, action, comedy, drama, sci-fi, fantasy, and mystery yet to be revealed.
According to reports, the new company will also establish teams in Nigeria, Ghana, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States.
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