Wednesday, March 28, 2018
Friday, March 23, 2018
We launched the Kickstarter campaign today for the collected edition of The War for Kaleb! The graphic novel will include a brand new epic cover, new content not in the original single issues such as a forward by Shelley Briggs Callahan, author of House of Life, an extensive gallery with many talented individuals, a sketch gallery, and behind the scenes section, and an afterward by myself.
The idea of creating a graphic novel has always been something exciting for me, as it is my preferred way to read comics. I love having the entire story in one place, and I adore the format. I love seeing the collection of graphic novel spines on my bookshelf, thumbing through them, and finding the gem that I’m in the mood for at the time.
The final book will come in at 104 pages, and will have a run of 1500 copies.
|Graphic Novel Cover Mockup|
Also with the launch of the Kickstarter is a special movie style trailer, and mini documentary about the book, with original music, and editing by Dan Schepleng! Ever since I saw the comic book trailer for Ultimate X-Men in the early 2000’s I wanted to do something similar, and I feel The War for Kaleb trailer came out wonderful. The music is epic and truly captures Kaleb’s internal conflict turmoil.
The Kickstarter will last until April 21st so there is plenty of time to get in on it if you desire. If you can’t pledge, please share, share, share! The true strength of crowdfunding comes from word of mouth, so I can’t thank everyone enough for just simply spreading the word!
Thank you everyone for your support in the past, and hopefully for the Kickstarter!
As a bonus the fine folks over at A Place to Hang Your Cape, has written a flattering review of The War for Kaleb #2, just in time for the Kickstarter launch!
"In every aspect, The War for Kaleb #2 is an improvement on an already stellar original. It escalates, complicates, and deftly prepares for the story’s finale. It is bittersweet then, that Issue #3 will be the last for this extraordinary comic."