For the third track of his epic musical fantasy series 7String, creator Nich Angell has changed key mid-track and gone off in a new digital direction. Now available online as well as via webcomic portal Tapastic, we tune up the band and aim to strike a chord with the continuing adventures of sword wielding maestro Zach Briarpatch and co.
When you read a comic, more often than not it leads to an escape from the humdrum life of the reader. Well with his new comic, EIR, writer Ryan K Lindsay attempts to turn reality into fiction (or is it fiction into reality?) with a story of a young girl taken on an out of this world adventure by a talking helmet. Is this a comic which will shoot for the stars or is it a little too fantasy to catch on?
Although we’re the wrong side of Halloween, Chris Welsh’s dark, dank monster book Ness is still giving us nightmares. The tale of a group of teenagers who get drawn into a world of tentacled beasties and supernatural Celtic cults is back on Kickstarter to get the final two issues funded and so we caught up with creator, Chris Welsh to get to the bottom of the monstrous world of Ness.
When we reached the end of Treves: A Restless Night (the recent spin off to Merrick: The Sensational Elephantman) it left us clamouring for more adventures of the Victorian sideshow superhero. And fortunately we have not had to wait long, as writer Tom Ward and artist Luke Parker are back, with a new two part story, The Gamblers Cards, on Kickstarter now. We catch up with Tom to find out if introducing the first super villain of the Merrick universe was any kind of gamble, or always a sure-thing?
Due to a technical error, TPub have restarted their Kickstarter for webcomic Theatrics, so we’re going to reboot our recommendation of it as well!
If you’ve read our review of TPub’s welcome Theatrics, then you’ll know we were rather big fans of it. And so it’s pretty much a no-brainer to see that the Kickstarter for the collected print edition is our pick of the week. In case you missed that review, well shame on you, but Theatrics is the tale of a Broadway star in the 1920s who gets mugged and disfigured and subsequently carves out a career as a prize fighting mad Count. From the brain of Twisted Dark maestro Neil Gibson and with stunning art from Leonardo Gonzalez, Jan Wijngaard and Jim Campbell it is a star turn of a comic! If this printed edition is half as good as the webcomic and a quarter as good as their last collection Turncoat, then Theatrics going to be a knockout read, so back it via the Kickstarter here and if you need some more persuading then watch the stunning pledge video below…
Before the ink has barely dried on his highly successful antler noir Kickstarter,Deer Editor, Ryan K Lindsay is back into the world of crowd-funding with an all ages superhero sci-fi adventure EIR. With art from the super talented Alfie Gallagher, it’s a neon hyper colour dose of fun and adventure about a young girl with a mystic helmet, and we caught up with him to find out more bringing this unique heroine to life!
We’ve seen some successful Kickstarters in our time, but Mac Smith’s recent campaign for a collected edition of his webcomic Scurry seems to have eclipsed all others with over $100,000 pledged – which is not bad for a campaign with an $8k goal! So what’s all the fuss about? With the first volume still available online we check out Mac’s story about a colony of mice as they try to survive in a dark and dangerous world.
We’ve an exclusive first look at the new Kickstarter coming your way from Ryan K Lindsay, the brains behind Deer Editor and Chum, not to mention the undisputed ‘The King of Indie Comics Kickstarters’! Ryan’s new all-ages sci-fi comic EIR is coming to Kickstarter in November with artwork from Alfie Gallagher, Triona Farrell and Ryan Ferrier and as with all his Kickstarters, pledges begin at $1 so you’d be a fool not to get involved. Watch the teaser trailer below!
As well as running a fantastic convention, the folk over at Nottingham Comic Convention have put together a Kickstarter to fund an amazing looking indie anthology called Forest Tales volume 1. Featuring stories from some of the best indie talent around, including Marc Laming, Andy Bloor, Nich Angell, Vince Hunt, Gavin Mitchell and Emily Owen, it also has a stunning a cover by Random Trials‘ Dean Beattie.