EIR Kickstarter Launches
EIR is here – an all ages sci fi one-shot comic for just $1
THE CAMPAIGN JUST WENT LIVE – LINK
This all ages sci fi one-shot comic with:
Alfie Gallagher art
Triona Farrell colours
Ryan Ferrier letters
Dan Hill edits
and me writing is 24 pages of narrative we believe in.
And here’s why you should head along through the link and slap down some money, if you dig.
Backers in the first 24 hours at $3+ get themselves 4 extra all ages downloads that night for amazing books – MORE INFO HERE
This is an all ages sci fi story with a young female lead that’s got intergalactic adventure and is also deeply about how we deal with some of the hardest human emotions
If you make your own comics, you can pledge to get Alfie Gallagher to ink you one, and he’ll send you the art, while Triona Farrell colours the file and emails you that for use, strike quickly because this one won’t last – MORE INFO HERE
Oh, and every time we hit backer totals of 100 increments, I’m going to unlock 5 pledges to get:
EIR Post Parcel pledge level
@ $30, which will include:
- EIR – the comic printed up
- FATHERHOOD – a one-shot comic I wrote in 2013 for the parents out there
- EIR Character Cards – I’ll print 3 character cards out, on card, just for you
- EIR pin up print – an A4 print of the pin up!
- A special, one of a kind, printed and signed script cover sheet with a 6 word story on it and a helmet sketch from Ryan K Lindsay.
So keep your eyes on my backer count and be ready to pounce, the first batch just went live, I wonder how long they’ll last. See you at 200, I guess.
This is my fourth Kickstarter campaign, raising over $10,000 for DEER EDITOR over 2+ years, and I’ve always delivered, and always make it a habit to make sure my backers get plenty and plenty of extras for their money.
This book is also insanely gorgeous, as Alfie/Triona just level up as an art team and bring everything out in beautiful four colour.
Still unsure, scope this great early review by LJ Phillips at Black Ship Books, where he says, “What makes the story so touching is the simplicity and sweetness of the conclusion. It ends with hope. Sometimes we don’t need to believe in monsters so much as to believe that we can defeat them.”
Hit the campaign up, look around, get in cheap, get in for art, get in however you want, and please spread the word – indie DIY comics is a hard game, every recommendation matters, and books can die on the vine from apathy, so I hope we’ve excited you. EIR is something personal, and something wildly fun.