KICKSTART this sucker!!! "The Goon" movie

"Eric Powell's comic book "The Goon" has thrilled readers around the globe with its fantastic world of mobsters, zombies, killer robots, giant fish-men, and every outrageous thing in between." Time to bring this great comic to theaters! The GOON is about to take on Hollywood! David Fincher...

It's a game! Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller

Thriller fans rejioce! Here comes "The Hangman": First episode of the long anticipated games series "Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller". The project has been fan-funded with a little over 34,000 US Dollars on Kickstarter, December 2011. Dutch comic artist Romano Molenaar (art director) des...

The troubles ob being a nobody - Nobodies Vol. 2

Victor Ochoa is an artist from Brooklyn, New York. He graduated from Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City where he learned valuable things – like how to fight the zombie invasion and perform miracles. After several tries to get into the comic industry he dec...

All about love: Pon and Zi

American artist Jeff Thomas started drawing Pon and Zi in 2004 while still in Highschool. When he fell in love his comic book characters went through a visible change: they got names colours and personality. Yellow Pon is an optimist, blue Zi is rather – well, blue. What according to Jeff...

Nothing is forgotten

Ryan Andrews is an American comic book artist from Southern California currently living in Japan. He graduated from high school and started working at a 3d animation company almost right away. His work has been featured in "Drawn!", an illustrating an cartooning blog and he is an Eisner Aw...

Baseball – The horrors of being a minor league player

Mark Andrew Smith studied film at UC Santa Barbara. The Eisner & Harvey Award winning comic book author is known for his work on many Image Comic Book series like "Amazing Joy Buzzards" and "Kill All Parents" and is the editor and creator of the "Popgun Comics Anthology". His book "Sulliva...

The "Trading Tortoise" Art Project

"The Trading Tortoise is a traveling art project by Souther Salazar & Monica Choy with the goal of creating a unique community experience while exploring America through objects and stories." Souther Salazar (* 1978 in Hayward, CA) graduated from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. H...

The Antler Boy and other Stories

Jake Parker is an American based artist living in Utah. He works in the film industry and has collaborated on a number of animated pictures, one being "Ice Age". As a comic artist he has started a personal project last year. A collection of his short comic stories all published during the...

"Wollstonecraft" – Girls are cool!

This initial Kickstarter - a children's book for kids aged 8 to 12 - tells the story of Ada and Mary, two eleven year old girls living in London in 1826. Both are extremely curious and smart, and about to open a detective agency to solve tricky cases and go adventure hunting. On "the adv...

David Lynch – A documentary

Few directors have produced movies more compelling, controversial, or confounding than David Lynch (* 1946). From his earliest film shorts such as "The Grandmother" or the surrealistic picture "Eraserhead" to his latest film "Inland Empire" David Lynch has perfected his use of a powerful...

Women of the world unite

The graphic novel anthology "Womanthology – Heroics" is a great fan funded comic project launched by artist Renae de Liz. The book spotlights the work of some 150 female comics creators and is produced entirely by women. De Liz pledged a goal of $ 25,000 on last year and en...

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