first published on February 21, 2017 by Josh
Everyone that has ever served in any capacity, and then made the transition to becoming a civilian will tell you that the process is not easy. Our lives go from being part of a family with perfectly structured chaos, to being on our own with chaos that is completely unstructured.
For some, this task is simple, for others that is not the case. Discharged is a show that hopes to shed a humorous light on the subject of transitioning from the military into the civilian world.
The shows creator, Jas Boothe a 17-year Army veteran, describes the animated series as Family Guy, Friends, and Full Metal Jacket producing offspring.
Discharged places military veterans into hilarious civilian situations. Infused with dark humor, patriotism, pop culture and VA medication, Discharged will be an animated comedy about the 1%, that soon becomes the new animated series that the 99% tunes in to watch! What’s even better about the main cast is that they will be voiced veterans.
I can’t think of a better way to answer the age old question of “So what’s it like becoming a civilian?” than by having an animated TV show created by us for the average American citizen.
You can find their Kickstarter campaign at this >>>Link.<<< As of this posting, the show is currently at $3,230 of their $250,000 goal. Let’s see if we can’t boost that number up a bit.