A lot has been going on here at Komotion Studios,so much that I really don’t have much time to type right now. We are currently producing an animated feature which we sincerely hope meets the standards we set for ourselves. We will be updating you with behind the scenes content and all our hits and misses as we go along. Stay tuned.


  • Afi
    September 9, 2017

    Please let me know when this is released I am very interested! The trailer clip has me hanging! Great work

  • Abidoye Oloyede
    September 11, 2017

    Good day.
    I love your work and would like to commend you on everything you did on Dawn on thunder.
    I also appreciate the fact you are being culturally appropriate (the use of Yoruba).
    I have a question, have you guys considered an all inclusive angle. Such as having the dialogue in English/ pidgin as other tribes may feel included.

    Also would you guys also branch into folktales of other tribes and other key characters e.g Sinarbo etc.

    I would also be interested in how or if you guys would be trying to branch into live action movies (you lot becoming the next marvel)

    Apologies I just interested in and proud of your work

  • Oladele
    September 11, 2017

    Hello… I love ur concept of animation, it’s jes really fascinating. I have actually like to be part of a team working on 3D Animations and film making..
    I wish I cud be part of Komotion studio team..
    I really don’t mind to be part of ur team…

  • Mustapha
    November 7, 2019

    Hello Family @KOMOTION,

    Guys, I can’t tell you how excited I was when I watched the 4 minutes trailer of “The Dawn of Thunder “. But that’s not just it, I was even more excited to know that it was produced in Nigeria by our own dear brothers and sisters. I have long being hungry for something like this of our own making. Over the years, I have watched 3D movies produced by marvel, DC comics and other western studios, most of the stories were stolen from the continent of Africa. Whether one claims its Greek mythology, even the Greeks stole the stories from their interaction with the people of the African continent. Just look in the pantheon of the Greek gods, you’ll notice that most of their gods or mythology stories have their roots in Egypt. But enough of that. I’m just excited for this work and really want to be a part of it. I’m currently far away from home but I can sponsor and help in any way I can with production.

    One thing I do want to say is, I believe this is a revolutionary work of great potential that could help shape the continent in a way unimaginable. And we must find a way to reach the young mines in every corner of Africa because they must experience this.

    Stay bless, health and strong my KOMOTION family. I just can’t wait for the full feature of “The Dawn of Thunder”. Lets do this.

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