The story

Cyberfist is an action-comedy series chronicling the adventures of Jane Wing - head of research and development for WinnerCo, a huge toy conglomerate.

Jane secretly usurps their titanic resources to build the invention of her dreams - the “Cyberfist” - a masterpiece of technology she hopes will be used to help people in need.

Exposed by a wily junior executive, Jane is threatened with prison unless she turns over the prototype and finishes testing it using Rick Bannon - a clueless actor who thinks he’s shooting toy commercials out on the streets but is actually wielding an extremely dangerous weapon! Struggling against WinnerCo’s nefarious plans to sell her creation to the military, Jane refuses to train a new generation of soldiers to use a weapon they’ve been using since childhood...

This series isn’t about a high-tech crimefighter predictably battling villains-of-the-week. it’s about learning to live with each others’ differences and having the willingness to cooperate. Striving for greatness, achieving victory against impossible odds, and sacrificing for the greater good, that’s what we hope to evince through Cyberfist; that people truly can become greater than the sum of their parts - by working together even if they hate each others’ guts!

Robbie Trevino

Robbie Trevino is a conceptual artist and Illustrator based in Los Angeles California, specializing in surreal and sci-fi illustration and design. Following a childhood love of all things mechanically and biologically designed he studied at a traditional art school and has worked professionally in AAA Games, TV and Film for the past 10 years. Some of his clients include: Lucasfilm (Star Wars), Tool, DeadMau5, Magic the Gathering, Netflix (Love, Death and Robots), Valve, Xbox, Mondo, 3D Total, ArtStation, PixelVault (CryptoPunks Comic issue#1) and many more. He is also the creator of the multimedia project "Numinous".

Roadmap

01

In-person Events Commence

People like people. We'll be runnning a booth at San Diego Comic Con!

02

The Standard Web3 Works

Cyberfist Threads, Online Storefront, Token Holder Access Portal, Metaverse Deployment, Airdrops, WL Access, all that standard Web3 roadmap jazz.

03

15-Minutes of Fame

Dreaming of Stardom? Cyberfist NFT-holder casting for extras and non-speaking roles will be made available to our community. Rub shoulders with the producers, cast, crew, and our Hollywood insiders.

04

Production of Cyberfist

Production of the show begins, special access viewing made available to token-holders during filming; with exclusive red carpet access to our IRL premier screening(s).

05

The Big Play Announced

The Web3 space is ripe for an immutable streaming platform that has unique benefits for Web3 natives, but doesn’t gate out our fellow normies looking for the next big thing. Cybertfist NFT holders will have first access - developed by M4GE.

The Team

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Frequently asked questions

What is cyberfist?

Cyberfist is an action-comedy series chronicling the adventures of Jane Wing - head of research and development for WinnerCo, a huge toy conglomerate. Jane secretly usurps their titanic resources to build the invention of her dreams - the “Cyberfist” - a masterpiece of technology she hopes will be used to help people in need. Exposed by a wily junior executive, Jane is threatened with prison unless she turns over the prototype and finishes testing it using Rick Bannon - a clueless actor who thinks he’s shooting toy commercials out on the streets but is actually wielding an extremely dangerous weapon! Struggling against WinnerCo’s nefarious plans to sell her creation to the military, Jane refuses to train a new generation of soldiers to use a weapon they’ve been using since childhood...

When can I watch Cyberfist?

That’s why we’re here. Cyberfist is currently in production but we need your help to fully bring it to life. We have plans, concepts, and scripts as well as the production team and talent lined up to begin. Our aim is to begin filming Cyberfist immediately following the sale of our NFT tokens and begin releasing content along the way (during filming) to our token holders. Season 1 will be made available as soon as possible, look forward to more production updates to come.

When is the mint date?

Private mint starts July 23, 9:00 AM PST / 12:00 PM EST / 16:00 PM UTC
Public mint starts July 24, 00:00 AM PST / 03:00 AM EST / 07:00 AM UTC

How much to mint?

0.015 Eth

Who is filming the Cyberfist series?

Robert Engels - EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Robert is a Golden Globe and two time Saturn-award winning writer, director, showrunner and producer. Currently developing the series “The Revived”, Robert was the executive producer of “Gene Roddenberry‘s Andromeda”, still one of the most popular syndicated shows in the world. Robert was executive story editor and writer on David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks”, as well as “Wiseguy”, and “On the Air” - three of the "100 Best TV Series Ever" according to AFI. His other executive producer/writer TV credits include “Matthew Blackheart” (which he created for Syfy), “G vs. E”, “SeaQuest DSV”, and “Sirens”. Robert also teaches screenwriting at California State University, Fullerton.

Matt Haley - CREATOR/EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Most recently creator of “The Unsung” and “CommsCon” for Microsoft, Matt has been making hit graphic novels for years, ranging from “The Defenders” for Marvel to “Wonder Woman”, “Batgirl“ and “Superman” for DC Comics, as well as providing art for TV shows like FOX’s “Gotham” series. Having worked on numerous projects with Marvel comics legend Stan Lee (most notably for “Stan Lee’s Who Wants To Be A Superhero” TV series). Matt is also the co-creator and director of the Facebook viral hit “Blackstar Warrior”.

Kelvin Mao - WRITER/ASSOCIATE PRODUCER Kelvin is the writer of the crime thriller “10 Minutes Gone”, starring Bruce Willis and Michael Chiklis, which was the 11th project produced off “The Black List”. He’s also written for comics, including “The Simpsons” and “The Rocketeer”, articles for “Back Issue!” magazine and art books for IDW Publishing. Kelvin is a longtime comic art collector, movie prop enthusiast and rare Japanese whisky addict.

Can I use the artwork of my NFT?

Cyberfist holders are given commercial rights to their specific character’s image. You can sell its likeness or make derivatives of it. You can give others permission to use it. It’s yours.

We’ve given licensing rights over for the characters, but not our logo, name (Cyberfist), site images, or other marketing material. Basically, if it isn’t your character, it isn’t your Intellectual Property. Most of these logos, names, and images related to Cyberfist have either trademarked pending status, or are the intellectual property of the artist(s).

That said, just because our logo may appear somewhere on your character, that does not give you the right to use that logo other than on the character itself or on a derivative of that character. Basically, you can’t take the logo and use it to brand an item for sale or use it for marketing of a product. (We don’t mind personal use or fan art usage of our logos, just so long as you don’t try and sell them.) The bottom line here is to protect the Cyberfist project, it is important that someone can’t pretend to be Cyberfist and that they can’t pretend to be collaborating with us