Richard Coxis creating Pulp and Adventure Comics
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You'll not only get all of the benefits of The PDF Package but additionally the beautiful 11x17 A Princess of Mars: On The Arizona Hills art print shown here after a year of support. The print is on a good, high-quality 80# stock, and I plan to be rotating out prints as necessary in order to keep this reward level fresh.
Firstly is a faithful adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' A Princess of Mars that has been moving along for several years with the talented Thomas Boatwright on colors. You should really go check it out from the beginning - for those who've found it, it's something they really enjoyed:
"thank you for making a true adaptation of this wonderful story and not watering it down and making it ‘safe and nudity free’ like most other lame adaptations have."
"The art here is bold, lovely, and unafraid."
"The artwork for this is really beautiful, and really does the series justice."
Via this Patreon, we've brought back John Carter. We're finishing Chapter 2, moving into Chapter 3 and continuing until the book is finished. And then we can finish the trilogy, together with your support.
And that's just the beginning! At higher milestones we get to the really awesome stuff. Because I have this little creator-owned thing I call HighJump.
Highjump details the adventures of a 1940s pulp heroine fighting Nazis, and robots, and mad scientists, and femme fatales. Maybe Nazi femme fatales with robots. Because you never know. I've gotten the entire prelude story - all 12ish pages - plotted and thumbnailed. I have the entire first arc - graphic novel in length- plotted out. I just have to get to the point where it's economically feasible for me to start working on it. And again, that's where you come in. Did I mention there are aliens and Lovecraftian beasts? Because there are. And femme fatales!
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