Check Out These New Comic Book Kickstarters

Here’s a comics-focused Kickstarter listing. There are quite a few here and so I won’t highlight them all, but one that really caught my eye Death Transit Tanger with Karl Kerschl. I saw the art and instantly got a Samus vibe and was intrigued. Sounds like a pretty cool comic book. Also, it is important to note that The Rise of Izta It’s released this week and it’s almost done, so hurry up if you like it. Which of these projects are you most interested in and what other projects should we check out? Let us know in the comments below.

  • Rise of Izta: Fantasy Comics

    • George Mann and Mariano Laclaustra

War, dragons and magic. This Dragonbond series is about a young wizard’s quest to protect his people from a devastating threat.

Set in the Dragonbond universe of Draco Studios, Rise of Itza is a 112-page graphic novel featuring all the hallmarks of the high fantasy genre, including epic adventures, earth-shattering magic, superhuman beings, and of course, awe-inspiring dragons. Rise of Itza explores the origin story of Itza Chapula, a young sorceress who fights to protect her people from the threat of war, hordes of both the living and the dead, and a dragon determined to destroy her home.

  • Impossible Jones and American ANGEL

    • Karl Kesel

54+ pages, full throttle final for the IMPOSSIBLE TEAM-UP story.

The fourth and final team building book! In a story big enough for EVERYONE to need it. Who is the Big Bad? Definitely not Krampus. Holly’s once mentor is a sadistic anti-Santa Claus determined to spread misery, but her only “strength” is a razor-bladed whip. It’s not like he found an unlimited resource – uh-oh.

  • Burn With Me: Graphic Novel

    • Steven Ingram

A 100 page “modern folk horror” comic.

Burn With Me is a 100-page “modern folk horror” comic about Jessica Bailey, who returns to her hometown after serving twelve years in prison for a horrific crime at the age of fourteen. With her father distraught and the townspeople hostile to her, Jessica searches the Old Mansion for her friend Helen, who will never, ever leave her… The story explores themes of compulsive control, misguided beliefs, and toxic friendships.

  • Cult Heroes Volume 1: The Dishonored Kind

    • Raymond Estrada

A heroically scary comic series about killing your heroes!

Are your heroes failing you?… Download them! The sky is full of people in capes. A mysterious, disfigured cult hero who declares himself a “Hero”! – Razor Blade Mary embarks on a deadly path with “The Holy Mother of Blades” to make room above. A pile of blood-cloaked crusaders leads the aimless, young and talented Jamie, the daughter of a long-retired hero, to face bloody redemption. These Cult Heroes. There are no heroes. Just bad guys.

  • Dead People Throw The Best Parties

    • Caleb Henshaw

Art’s life may be over, but the party is just getting started.

Art’s life had become a comfortable but unsatisfying routine. That is, until he dies suddenly and is taken to Interzone, a chaotic city of the dead, and his entire being is turned upside down. Originally wanting to escape back into the world of the living as a ghost, Art finds an unexpected friend in Randy, a babbling drunk skeleton. Together they go on a crazy night of drinking, dead celebrities, and dangerous bug gangsters. With Randy’s help, Art learns that being dead might not be so bad! But will he choose to stay in the Interzone or return to the land of the living?

  • Death Transit Tanger

    • Karl Kerschl

A young woman with a strange talent travels the galaxy to help lost souls find their way home in this new sci-fi comic series.

Tanager Ray can talk to the dead. One of a handful of young women with this strange ability, she works as Death Cross – a ferry for lost souls caught between here and the afterlife. Inspired by Metroid and Hellboy and a host of manga and anime, every issue of Death Transit Tanager is a murder mystery set in outer space filled with chilling horror and kinetic sci-fi action! The standalone feature-length story Tanager is at work tracking down the body of a former asteroid miner, while the brand new Past Lives colorful backup story delves into his past – who was he before he became Death Transit?

  • Fractured Realms: A Scandinavian Horror Anthology

    • Paul Carroll

Twenty-four short horror comics exploring Norse gods and monsters and the end of the world.

The darkest nights of Fimbulwinter are upon us, Ragnarok is not far behind and the Nine Realms are falling… Welcome to Fractured Realms, the new anthology from Limit Break Comics. Scandinavian mythology meets contemporary horror in this 96-page collection of 24 stories by Irish and international creators.

  • Kisha: Demon Eater Volume 1 Full Color

    • Newton Lilavois

Sixteen-year-old Kisha is sent to live in a small town full of dark secrets, but Kisha has a few secrets of her own.

The ancient African demon king Kishi has hundreds of demon sons, but one day he becomes the father of his first and only daughter, Kisha. Kishi belittles her daughter. However, the demon Kisha wants to get his father’s approval and starts to eat his demon brothers to gain his attention and love. Enraged by his actions, Kishi imprisons the demon Kisha to prevent him from consuming his sons.

  • Slaughterhouse Farm

    • Hellbound Media

Blood. Death. pigs. Grindhouse horror comic.

Slaughterhouse is a bloody love letter to the grinding horror classics of the ’70s and ’80s. The horrors of The Hills Have Eyes or Texas Chain Saw Massacre have transported to the desolate mountains of North Wales. There’s playful humor and a mysterious plot to uncover – but this comic is still gross as hell, with beheadings, impaling, and smashing to satisfy gore hounds. The story begins with Frankie and Julian spending a weekend in Snowdonia in a van full of troubled teenagers – but the horror is literally just waiting to turn the corner in the crooked guise of the Pigsucker!

  • Vesper & Onion: A Collector’s Story

    • Vera Greentea and Sarah Webb

A comic about a witch and her acquaintances in search of a rare mushroom.

Vesper is a young witch who is apprenticed to the Great Witches of Castagno as a Gatherer seeking hard-to-find ingredients for magical spells. Along with his familiar cat, Onion, he is tasked with finding a rare, dangerous mushroom in the Sacred Woods of Chanticleer. If you like hot and cozy adventures like Kiki’s Takeout, you’ll love this tea.

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