FutureDude Entertainment sent us an email to let us know that its format spanning series, Parallel Man: Infinite Pursuit is available now in YouTube as a four part micro-series.

If some of those voices sound familiar, that is because FutureDude Entertainment was able to hire John Cho (Sulu), Lance Reddick, and Ming-Na Wen (Agents of SHIELD).

Parallel Man: Infinite Pursuit takes the viewer on a wild ride through the multiverse as a reluctant hero tries to save our world from a deadly incursion. I wrote and directed this adventure to bring fans a different type of animated drama – one that combines both art and science to tell a visually compelling story,” said Jeffrey Morris, founder and CEO, FutureDude Entertainment in a prepared statement.

The Parallel Man: Infinite Pursuit story follows Commander Nick Morgan — an intelligence agent from an evil version of America in an alternate universe. His government, known as The Ascendancy, has attacked and enslaved eleven other Earths and has its sights set on our world as their next target. Nick, and his companion Atlas, seeks out the leaders of a former rebellion known as The Futurists  for their assistance in assembling a legendary weapon that could stop the Ascendancy forever.  

The micro-series then kicks off the Parallel Man: World Jumper video game for mobile devices, and the seven issue comic book series, Parallel Man: Invasion America.

You can watch the entire series on YouTube.


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