Top 5 Kickstarter Comics Projects This Month

We live in a day and age where the diverse genius of creators everywhere is just a click away. Anyone anywhere can make and share their digital comics with the world. Kickstarter time and again proves to be a fantastic platform for launching new content. Here are the top 5 kickstarter comics projects we have seen this month:

1. Valor

Valor is a project composed of original, and re-imagined fairy tales, showcasing the talent of various creators. The anthology is LGBTQA+ friendly, and geared toward audiences of all-ages The goal of the collection is to pay respect to the resilience, resourcefulness, and smarts of heroines in fairy tales.

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2. Tales of Baneheath - Red

Tales of Baneheath is a delightfully twisted production of Finnish creator Henri Ruukki aka Nurminen and British author J Craig Melia. The primary installment “Red” could be a standalone comic book set in an oppressive world full of danger, mystery and adventure. At it’s root, the story is a quest amid a dark and surreal landscape, a land of legends, supernatural creatures and power hungry fanatics.

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3. METROPO - a 'slice of cyberpunk life' short story collection

Welcome to Metropo with its gleaming spires and forgotten depths. A city so vast and dense it almost feels alive. Artificial or otherwise, its denizens struggle with familiar heartache and tackle questions we are only beginning to ask. This ‘slice of cyberpunk life’ collection takes us into the hearts and minds of these denizens, presenting eight stories from the lives of those in the unending city.

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4. Life in Space - A Comic Book Anthology

A Comic Book Anthology created in 100 days by artists who've completed The 100 Days of Making Comics challenge started by Kevin Cross.

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5. Atomic Thunderbolt

The Atomic Thunderbolt came after the height of the early-1940s superhero craze. The war was over, the Cold War had yet to begin and many superhero comics had begun to cease publication while the precursors of Marvel and DC continued to evolve. The atomic age hero made his first and only appearance in “The Atomic Thunderbolt #1” in 1946.

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