Last year, KC Green ended his beloved webcomic, Gunshow. This Kickstarter campaign is to publish the final print volume, “Doomed to Repeat It,” which will collect Gunshow comics from mid-2012 to the end, in 2014. This book is a big boy: 400 pages, 8.5″x11″, and heavy as heck. We have other rewards: a slipcase for the other Gunshow volumes and a COMPLETE SET of Gunshow! You can also get all the books signed by the man himself. So head on over to Kickstarter before July 29th and pledge!
Inspector Pancakes Helps the President of France (Solve the White Orchid Murders) is an exciting new children’s book which should absolutely not be read by children! Or most adults, for that matter.
Luckily, it is a scientific fact children cannot read small print! The large print story is for the kids, the small print is for YOU!
Written by Karla Pacheco and beautifully illustrated by Maren Marmulla, this 18-page atrocity follows the adventures of an adorable dog helping the President of France solve a series of horrific murders. At least it does if you’re an adult. If you’re reading this to a child you’ll be learning terribly inaccurate things about France while a dog in a hat looks for a croissant.
The book includes bonus Inspector Pancakes art from Jeph Jacques, Leia Weathington, Kate Leth, AND MORE! In addition to the book, rewards include a cute Inspector Pancakes tote bag, a “Friend To Little Dogs” medal, and a cut-and-sew Inspector Pancakes stuffed animal! Arf arf!
Cartoonist Evan Dahm needs your help to print his illustrated edition of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, the original book written by L. Frank Baum in 1900. The book is in the public domain, and we’re printing it in a fancy hardcover edition! Evan says:
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a beautiful, dreamlike book, and it’s very different from the adaptations that are more widely-known. In the illustrations, I’ve tried to emphasize the strange atmosphere of its setting, and the sense of being lost and overwhelmed by an otherworldly place. I made almost 100 illustrations for the book: 24 of them are full-page illustrations that begin each chapter. The rest are spot illustrations that emphasize the characters. For the past year, I’ve been publishing this process online at Baum by Dahm.
These books are going to be gorgeous, and the Kickstarter campaign is your opportunity to pre-order one–you can even have it signed by Evan. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is live on Kickstarter now through November 6th!
A documentary about building the biggest thing ever. Coming in 2015 with the help of the Kickstarter community.
Twelve men have set foot on the moon, and getting them there cost $25.4 billion dollars. The last moonwalk ended more than 40 years ago. Two men, Michael and David, are dedicating their lives to creating the next moonshoot for humanity, and they think they can give us permanent access to the moon for less than a billion dollars.
We’re filming their journey to build an elevator to space.
Our Kickstarter campaign is live! Funding through October 23rd.
Mobile Frame Zero: Alpha Bandit is a component for Mobile Frame Zero: Rapid Attack, the indie tabletop war-game of tiny giant LEGO® robots! Spaceships of the year SC 0245 battle in the orbit of the colonies — present and former — of the Solar Union as Ijad and Free Colonies struggle for independence and advantage! Build a fleet of ships from LEGO® or another building toy, equipping your ships with weapons, sensors, defense systems, and frame catapults to capture your opponents’ High Value Assets — and the very ships of their fleet!
If you’ve never played Mobile Frame Zero: Rapid Attack, never fear! You can get the game now, or you can pledge at the $18 level to get both PDF books. You can also pledge at the $75 level to get both physical books, some sweet decals for your ships, and a sew-on patch to declare your affiliation. There are plenty of other goodies available–like custom-designed LEGO® ships!–so head on over and check it out.
The Bacterionomicon is the latest project from Nerdcore Medical: it’s an artbook bestiary, with entries for 41 “Lords of Pestilence” (infectious bacteria) and 27 “Apothecary Healers” (antibiotics).
It’s a spinoff from, and expansion of, a card game called “Healing Blade: Infectious Disease Card Battle” – but you don’t need to have played the game to enjoy the book! Part study guide, part RPG guidebook, part beautiful art object, the Bacterionomicon is great for medical students, doctors, role playing gamers, fantasy art enthusiasts, and anyone who wants a relic of the hidden battle between drugs and disease.
“Permanence” is the new album by Deathmøle, an instrumental metal project from Jeph Jacques, author of Questionable Content. Jeph is raising funds to record and master his album in an actual studio, with professionals! Pledge now and you can get the album when it’s finished, as well as rewards like stickers, t-shirts, and tickets to an album release party! HOLY.
Check out Deathmøle’s music on Bandcamp, then head to Kickstarter and sign your life away in blood. Or Amazon Payments, that’s just as metal.
A Softer World Book 4: Let’s Do Something Wrong will be the fourth print collection of A Softer World, and will cover the years 2011 to 2013. The book will contain over 200 strips printed in glorious full color. It’s available in softcover and extra-deluxe hardcover, both signed by the artists. Higher rewards include the previous books, a tote bag, the chance for you and your friends to appear in a strip, and more!
The Sam & Fuzzy Omnibus is a massive two-volume set collecting the first seven years of Sam Logan’s epic comedy adventure comic.
Available in three increasingly deluxe versions, these giant-sized tomes collect over 1500 pages of comics. Other rewards are available, too, from a Kickstarter-exclusive print and buttons all the way up through original sketchbooks, never before available.
Dante Shepherd’s daily photocomic, Surviving the World, now in handy page-a-day calendar format!
Surviving the World stars a chalkboard, a labcoat, and lessons touching on just about everything (science, literature, creeping people out, you name it). The comic is a mix of humor and education combined with complete destruction of the fourth wall. Now Dr. Shepherd wants to bring his lessons to you in calendar form: each page will have a full-color comic, along with neat extras. Check out the Kickstarter campaign to see the other features and the reward tiers, including velociraptor impressions and raisin torture.