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May 6th 2011
So I write a comic called
. It's about a group of LGBT superheroes who form a team with the intention of improving representation and opinion of thir community in their world, and how they go about doing that. It's also a good old fashioned superhero action adventure story with people hitting each other and nuclear trout and junk.
The intention is to show that a mainstream style superhero comic can be about queer superheroes but still be accessible and enjoyable to everyone. It's one of my first comic projects, and I hope it hits the mark.
I have a fantastic artist involved in the form of one
. I also have an amazing colourist in the form of the awesome
. And there are other artists who have already, or are working on, other aspects to the project including
and more. And herein lies the problem: hiring artists costs money...more than I can comfortably manage on my minimum wage job and like, live at the same time.
So I started a
account for it. Crowdfunder is kinda like a UK based
, and is helpful to creative projects. So I am using it to raise th money to fund the production of the comic series.
So please, if you can and want to, help support my project and help me make it as amazing as it can be
. And also help by spreading the word anywhere and everwhere.
Thanks for your time (I do hope it's okay to put this here actually).
Aug 23rd 2011
Hey, so, back again.
Crowdfunder didn't work out (it's not a perfect platform, and I was going about it all wrong too). So we've now moved to IndieGoGo, and we're having much more success. In fact, the comic is doing really well.
You can help us out
, and there are a number of social networking links so you can help spread the word as well as support.
Money raised goes towards printing, marketing and distribution of the comic series, in an effort to improve distribution outside of the UK. Atm, IndieGoGo is the best way to get yourself a copy outside the UK.
At MCM London Expo this year, I actually gave Warren Ellis a copy of a
preview comic that me and my co-writers on the other project,
, put together and self-published. I do wonder what he thought of it, I hope he liked it.
There are maybe a few copies of said preview book available via www.thecomicguru.co.uk but there was only 4 left last time I checked.
Jason A. Quest
Aug 24th 2011
Looks like a great project. Can't wait to get it!
Aug 25th 2011
Thanks. We're getting a lot of great support, so I hope readers love it as much as I do
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