Suppose you discovered that every time you died, you actually transported into another you in another, albeit somewhat similar, universe? What would that do to you? The answer begins to take shape in Alter-Life #1, which I had the pleasure of picking up at the recent Wizard World Chicago convention!
This week in Episode 243, I had a great time talking with comics scribe Eric Palicki, who created Orphans Volume One, Red Angel Dragnet Volume One and Fake Empire, all with various artists and now available in graphic novel format.
So often on this podcast, Kickstarter.com comes up, so I thought we’d delve into this subject more in depth with Tyler James, the publisher of ComixTribe and host of the ComixLaunch podcast, which has been recently celebrating their 50th episode!
This week’s episode features two great interviews with projects you can buy or support this week! First up is Frank Martin from Insane Comics, creator of Modern Testament: Anthology of the Ethereal.
While we don’t share every Kickstarter campaign, there are few worth making note of. One current campaign features a baseball player turned spy, teaming with a polar explorer as they try and solve a international mystery.
It’s weird the way things happen. Last year, we had our exclusive first look at the Ghostbusters board game during Nerdtacular 2015. Then a few months ago, we sat down to record a Munchkin Land episode where we finally got to play the game (no, it hasn’t been released yet, that’s how far ahead we are). During that recording, I mentioned a new Kickstarter for a game sequel should happen in 2016, and now it is!
IDW Games is set to launch a Kickstarter campaign of radical proportions! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shadows of the Past, designed by Kevin Wilson, is a scenario-driven, miniatures-based combat board game, and its Kickstarter campaign is live now, featuring a host of exclusive gaming and publishing content, including an exclusive April O’Neil Hero Pack!
Alterna launched its Kickstarter campaign to print several books the celebrates the ten years the company has been in business.
Journey Question, the popular online fantasy/comedy adventure series is ready for season 3. The only thing holding the creators back is the budget, and they’ve gone to Kickstarter to raise the funds.
Cubicle 7 Entertainment has announced that it is releasing new storytelling cards based on H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos.