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Behind the scenes items you will get to see include the original black and white comic drawings, thumbnail sketches, character designs, concept art, and visual scene ideas for the early stages of The Fusion. Some of these items will be what didn't make the cut into the webcomic as well as future concepts that I'm still deciding on, including images from The Fusion's upcoming episodes. I will also be posting a behind the scenes monthly vlog that discusses my thoughts and ideas for the ongoing development of The Fusion Webcomic.
You will also have your name featured as producer/patron credit under a special page section in The Fusion Webcomic Website and future comic/graphic novel prints.
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This superhero webcomic is a big passion project of mine that I have been working on for a long time. And because of that I have decided to launch my very own Patreon campaign. For those of you who don’t know, Patreon is a memberships and crowdfunding platform that allows artist and creatives to get monthly support for their creative works and content that their fans and followers can enjoy. In other words, it gives people the opportunity to become a patron of the arts.
As a patron you can give $1 a month, $5 a month, $10, $20 or more. You as a patron get to decided how much you would like to give monthly as a way to support the creative works of the artist and projects you like. And as a reward for supporting a creator you get to go behind the scenes of content being created and other perks exclusive only to Patreon members.
Now a more insightful breakdown of my comic's story is that it explores the relationships between the fictional city, Sky City, and its champion superhero “The Fusion”.
It reveals how the people of Sky City and the super villains of The Fusion view the hero, as well as the Fusion’s own view of how he sees and interacts with the people of Sky City, the villains, and his relationship with his college students under the guise of his alter ego, Professor Joseph King.
Throughout the story there will be action, comedy, social commentary, and values on heroism. Another note I like to add is that The Fusion's alter ego, Joseph King, is 24 years old,
so he is a young guy teaching college students that are his own age which will have a sitcom type feel when he is not out there saving the day and beating up bad guys.
As of right now I have the first episode/issue of The Fusion published online.
You can go ahead and check it out at www.thefusioncomic.com.
As for me growing my Patreon support, it will help afford me more time to invest into this creative project to create more comics for this ongoing series which I already have mapped out with a large story arch from beginning to end. Keep in mind that when you become a patron of The Fusion I will be taking you along my journey behind the scenes of all the creative work and process to develop this ongoing webcomic series.
On this Patreon page I have a list of the different rewards for dollar amounts you give per month as well as the threshold goals I have for myself to push this project forward.
So if you want to see new comic book superheroes or just like to support the arts then become apart of artist/writer Joshua Tukes and The Fusion's Patreon Community!