Flamewrite Ent. Johnathan Naranjo Releases SHADOW SYNDICATE CHASIN FILE Graphic Novel Kickstarter

CELEBRATING HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH, FLAMEWRITE ENTERTAINMENT Founder Johnathan Naranjo, by way of pop culture, is using his upcoming book’s pre-release to help raise money for a very important cause: mental health awareness!

FLAMEWRITE ENTERTAINMENT Founder Johnathan Naranjo is releasing his first Graphic Novel, titled, SHADOW SYNDICATE CHASIN FILE, based on an upcoming Live Action Film of the same name. The Book and Film are part of an Action Film Franchise Project, titled, “SHADOW SYNDICATE ‘GODS OF GOD'”.

FLAMEWRITE ENTERTAINMENT is a minority owned and driven multi-platform, virtual and consumer goods entertainment company. The brand strives to bring more diversity and inclusion to the entertainment industry and wants to show the importance of minority-owned businesses and creatives within the entertainment space.

“It is very important to us that we showcase the diversity and empowerment of creating intellectual property such as the SHADOW SYNDICATE CHASIN FILE Graphic Novel to young minority creatives, so that they can be encouraged to achieve these types of amazing accomplishments themselves,” Naranjo said.

In the company’s Graphic Novel debut, Naranjo felt he needed to use his platform to support a cause that hit close to home. A single father of two, Naranjo unfortunately lost the mother of his children to PTSD/Depression, while she served in the US Army. He felt compelled to dedicate his upcoming book release to help raise money for an important cause, Mental Health Awareness, to support our many Men and Women in uniform and their families.

The upcoming Graphic Novel’s Pre-Release will be done through a Kickstarter Crowdfunding Campaign, for the month of October and possibly also November.

“In this call to action, we hope to reach not just Pop Culture Fans and Enthusiasts, but people of all walks of life”, Naranjo said. “Supporters and Large Philanthropists are urged to pledge whatever amount they can”.

There will be many Reward Tiers for our supporters, some of which will Only Be Available in this Pre-Release. Everything from different exciting Variant Covers of the Graphic Novel to a T-Shirt, designed by Johnathan Naranjo and the books illustrator Caanan White, specifically to support Mental Health Awareness. Once the campaign reaches its initial goal, Stretch Goals will be unlocked, which will provide more Reward Tiers and Perks, while helping to raise as much money possible for this important cause.


SHADOW SYNDICATE CHASIN FILE kicks off at the beginning of October via Kickstarter.com. You can go directly to this link here (http://kck.st/3mzq5X8). Supporters will have several options to choose from to Donate and Support our cause. We ask our supporters to not only donate, but to help spread the word, via the link provided to all their friends, family and colleagues. This would mean a great deal to us and to those we wish to help through our campaign.


Did you know that 1 in 4 American people suffer a mental illness? That is an estimate of 56% of the population. Creating awareness is a difficult task. We make sure to fill one day or month with the “green ribbon.” But do we really know what the green ribbon means? When there is awareness about mental health it eases identification and early treatment for these individuals. These individuals could be our father, mother, son, daughter, neighbor, friend, or it could be ourselves. Early intervention can help our loved one receive appropriate care. As a result, save lives.


Sponsors and Strategic Partners include: Kickstarter, VivaLive TV, Areu Bros Studios, VetRest, R-SH Media, InnerCat Music Group, Influencer / Military Veteran Tony Sentmanat AKA Real World Tactical, REEDPOP, LA Comic Con, and Influencer / Pro-Bodybuilder Victor Martinez and his brand SUPERHERO LABZ

Flamewrite Sponsors

To Partner, Sponsor or Support FLAMEWRITE ENTERTAINMENT: Flamewrite@gmail.com

Johnathan Naranjo
Flamewrite Entertainment


Source:  Johnathan Naranjo / Flamewrite Entertainment.  Reprinted with permission.

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