I tried to find new people to support on Patreon and you’ll never guess what happened next.
Pledges increaed 26% from 2017.
Action, adventure, heroism, and overcoming impossible odds—that is what Harken’s Raiders promises in every page. Set against the backdrop of World War II Europe, the graphic novel comes from writer Ron Marz and artist Darryl Banks, the same creative force behind Green Lantern Kyle Rayner. The story follows Captain Harken and his team of American […]
I came across James McCulloch work by pure happenstance. I was looking at recent Kickstarter activity and noticed Ryan K. Lindsay, someone who I’ve backed several times on the platform, pledged money to The forest, the chair, and those forsaken there. Intrigued by the title I looked at the Kickstarter and was even more interested […]
Nadia Shammas’ ‘Corpus: A Comic Anthology of Bodily Ailments’ is one of the most unique and affecting comic anthologies I’ve ever read.
The sequential art of comics is by design a participatory experience, one that co-creates meaning between panel and reader. Our minds fill in the action between panels, imbuing them with movement, voice-overs, and emotion that complete the animation begun within the still frames of the artist and script of the writer. It seems a natural fit, […]
Aquamarine is a small scale exploration game which takes players into the depths of a vast sea to explore. Point and click certainly isn’t anything new in games and neither is exploration, but something 100% hand drawn in the medium is still rare. Even more unicorn is to find a game inspired by the legendary French […]
Less than a week to get your hands on this children’s book!
By Deanna Destito After a successful Kickstarter for volume 1, the anthology Always Punch Nazis by Ben Ferrari and Silas Dixon will get a second volume, and writer Matt Miner (GWAR, Poser) is ready to share his personal story about why punching Nazis and stopping hate are critical. “My story is about my experiences in the ‘90s about how I literally punched Nazis until they left the pit,” Miner explains. “It’s told in the […]
How to be irreverent and reverential at the same time