Charlotte Anime, a lesbian porn website, has announced a Kickstarter campaign to produce the first anime series based on the comic book series.
The site says it hopes to raise $100,000 by the end of April.
Anime fans have long clamored for an anime series inspired by Charlotte, a transgender girl in her early 20s who struggles to fit in in her new, diverse, and diverse-looking world.
The first Charlotte anime is being directed by Hideki Inada (a popular character designer for Disney’s Frozen, who previously directed the film Beauty and the Beast).
It will be produced by Anime Network and will focus on Charlotte’s first year in high school.
The campaign also includes the pledge of a $1,000 bonus for every $1 spent.
The $100K goal will be used to cover the costs of animating Charlotte, creating the main characters, editing, music, sound effects, and all the other aspects of the production process.
The website says it’s aiming for an April 1 release.
A number of the rewards are also available to pledge.
The full list of rewards can be found on the Charlotte Anime website.
The Charlotte Anime project is an attempt to get the word out about Charlotte, and the website’s creator says she hopes it can be a “springboard for future projects.”
The crowdfunding campaign launched in April with a goal of raising $100.
The page includes several goals, including a series of pictures of Charlotte, the character Charlotte from the comic, a list of all of the anime series Charlotte has been in, a compilation of fan art, and a pledge of $1 for every 1,000 dollars spent on the Kickstarter campaign.
In addition to Charlotte, many fans are hoping to see a female version of the comic.
Charlotte has a long and long history of lesbian and trans representation.
In 2008, artist and author Caitlin Kiernan was inspired to draw Charlotte, after reading Charlotte’s comic book storyline.
Kiernan said she “found the storyline in Charlotte to be a very empowering story of a trans woman who faced her fears and lived her life in a way that was inclusive.”
She drew Charlotte as an attractive, young, young woman, a character who is also gay and bisexual.
In 2013, Kiernan published Charlotte in her book Rainbow Heart: The Story of a Transgender Teen Girl, and in 2017, Kierran also wrote a memoir, Charlotte: The Life of Charlotte.
In a 2016 interview with Vice News, Kieran said she didn’t want to draw a character with a gender identity other than male.
In 2017, the LGBT community celebrated the 20th anniversary of Charlotte’s release with a Pride Parade that featured transgender women dressed as Charlotte and the Rainbow Flag.
In January 2018, Charlotte’s creator and artist Caitlin Kiehl said she planned to release a new chapter of Charlotte in 2018.
She also announced that a Charlotte anime will be coming to Netflix in 2018, and she’s set to work on a follow-up book.
“I think it’s really important that Charlotte be celebrated, and I think we have to acknowledge that,” Kiernan told Vice News.
“That’s the way I want to be remembered.
So we’re just going to keep pushing.”