This project is meant to demonstrate both the possibilities
and viability of a full-blown, 26-episode video series based
on the classic, pre-RE4 RESIDENT EVIL videogames. It is built
from existing fanedits for the simple reason that we do not
own many of the videogames used to compile this project.
This was done for the sake of expediency, not to demean or
"rip off" (as it were) the efforts of these individuals. The
major faneditors, those who inspired the general framework for
our project, are given credit in the series main titles. Full
fanedit credits for all footage used, as well as inspiration
for some of our editoral decisions, is given at the end of
each season (episodes 13 and 26) of our series edit.
Leon and Claire have found more than just zombies and monsters
within the walls of the Raccoon Police Department. A wounded
survivor, a mysterious woman, an incarcerated journalist, a
secretive little girl, and a demented police chief all add up
to a nice little stack of wild cards. The joker in the deck
is yet another monster, one that strikes without warning and,
for some reason, keeps calling the name of the little girl.
The situation soon becomes so bad that Leon and Claire, along
with their new companions Ada Wong (the woman) and Sherry
Birkin (the little girl) will be forced to evacuate the
station. Still, there are many unanswered questions to their
predicament. Why is the monster calling Sherry's name? Why
does it kill its victims the way it does? What connection
does it have with Chief Irons? Why was Ben (the journalist)
so insistent that Irons was somehow involved in the outbreak?
What is Ada's role in all of this, and why is she so interested
in the nearby Umbrella chemical plant? For that matter, why is
there a secret passage leading from the station to the plant?
Answers to all of these questions, and more, will be found as
the adventures of Leon and Claire continue.
The Resident Evil™ title and franchise is the intellectual
property of Capcom™, all rights reserved. This is a nonprofit
production based on said franchise made by fans for fans. No
infringement of any kind is intended or implied. This fan
production may not be distributed for commercial purposes by
any known media without the express permission of Capcom™.