Crowdfunding Spotlight: The Unseen Art of Hollywood Storyboards by Trevor Goring and Joyce Kaskey Goring

US publisher Hermes Press has launched a Kickstarter to fund The Unseen Art of Hollywood Storyboards, what looks like a fascinating and wonderfully illustrated book detailing the history of film storyboards, by comics and storyboard artist Trevor Goring – whose credits include 2000AD and more – and his partner, the late Joyce Kaskey Goring

Crowdfunding Spotlight: The Penned Guin – Vision by Alan Henderson

Just launched on Kickstarter is a campaign for a print edition of the wonderfully silly, critically-acclaimed comic strip The Penned Guin by Alan Henderson, an all new collection titled Vision, comprising of the daily cartoons that appeared on-line throughout 2019…. Read More ›

Brian Bolland “Rok the God” Variant Cover Reveal

Work is proceeding apace on the Kickstarter-funded Rok the God graphic novel from John Wagner, Alan Grant and Dan Cornwell, the sequel to Rok of the Reds, out next year. One element of the campaign was a limited edition variant cover by Brian Bolland – and the artist has now revealed the final cover.

Crowdfunding Spotlight: How to THINK when you WRITE BOOK by Robin Etherington

Robin Etherington’s How to THINK when you WRITE book has already smashed its target on Kickstarter, but if you haven’t already backed it, or got your hands on copies of his brother Lorenzo’s How to THINK when you DRAW books, this is your chance to do so

Rok of the Reds returns in “Rok the God”, ashcan available!

Ahead of the launch of a much-anticipated Kickstarter to fund the next “Rok of the Reds” story Rok the God, the team behind the project have announced a free digital version of Chapter One will be accessible to all on Rok’s forthcoming Kickstarter (October 2nd – mark the date!).

Crowdfunding Spotlight: The Tide Volume Two by Adam Lumb

Independent Sheffield creator and comics publisher Adam Lumb is currently seeking crowdfunding for Volume Two of his dark fantasy thriller series The Tide on Kickstarter. I was one of the people who backed the first volume last year on the basis of Adam’s pitch and promotional art, and like many others, I wasn’t disappointed by its initial promise

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