What this, twelve graphic novels, a demon trapped in a leg and punk rock? It can only mean one thing, it’s crowdfunding round-up time.
“I remember the absolute last copy of the first print run, which I sold at Comic-Con. It was to a middle-aged, straight woman who was buying it for her teenage, gay son. She told me that she was getting the book for him because she wanted him to know his history and lineage, and she couldn’t tell that story to him herself. She thanked me for creating the book for the both of them and I promptly burst into tears. Then we hugged it out. It was an incredible moment.”
The set is available on Kickstarter.
Who knew Cornette was a comics guy?
From my perspective, Ryan K. Lindsay easily lists among the hardest working writers in comics. He could have been held back living in Australia, but he used his distance from the States as inspiration to run unique crowdfunding campaigns focused on digital rewards. Over the course of seven Kickstarters he has consistently delivering feature-rich digital comics […]
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New adventures await in this week’s Crowdfunding Watch.
Springing forward drives me a little bananas. It wreaks havoc with my sleep cycle and turns me into a raging, sleep-deprived bear. So, fighting against type here, I’m going to try and bring light and joy into your life. Here’s a look at three crowdfunding projects I think are worth a gander at: 1. Toronto […]