Metal Made Flesh is a cyberpunk space opera that has been likened to "Bladerunner meets Game of Thrones."
Chased to the brink of extinction, Humanity is forced to take refuge in Tuaoni, a sprawling city on the black market trading hub Equan Yas. Reduced to extreme poverty, and treated as second class citizens by the planet’s inhabitants, humans must fight to survive.
The series centres on three main characters, the cold, merciless cyborg Izobel Vice who loses more of her humanity with each passing upgrade; the psychopathic assassin Phaeon Nex, and Kalibos, a hideous mutant war machine. Book One was released in 2014, and subsequent books 2 and 3 have been Kickstarted in 2015 and 2016.
Metal Made Flesh features artwork and stories from series creator Simeon Aston, and writer Jeremy Biggs. along with writers and artists from Marvel and 2000AD (see below for a full list of contributors).
"One amazing sci-fi epic graphic novella... 5/5" -Adrian Mursec Superrobotmayhem.com
“Cyberpunk GOLD... ART in its truest form... a privilege to own work like this.” -Gary Watson Comics Anonymous
“If Blade Runner and Judge Dredd are even remotely your thing, then you will not be disappointed.” -Richard Cosgrove Shadowlocked.com
“Gritty, adult sci-fi with few punches pulled.... cyberpunk with great hardware.” -Strictly Kev (DJ Food), Ninja Tunes
This Kickstarter is for Hardback editions of Metal Made Flesh 1, 2 and 3, along with paperback editions of the Bible and Artbook.
Each of the above books is between 120 and 132 pages in full colour.
In addition to the books we also have t-shirts in men's and women's fits in sizes Small to 2XL.
reward 0 target: £600 All physical backers (except artbook backers) also get their choice of reward as a digital download. - Target reached!
reward 1 target: £800 Collected edition - add backers name to edition in credits - Target Reached!
reward 2 target: £1100 Metal Made Flesh book 1 - add backers name to edition in credits - Target Reached!
reward 3 target: £1400 Metal Made Flesh book 2 - add backers name to edition in credits . - Target Reached!
reward 4 target: £1700 Metal Made Flesh book 3 - add backers name to edition in credits - Target Reached!
reward 5 target: £2700 MMF Collected edition gets a Kickstarter exclusive cover.
After a Metal Made Flesh story featured in Heavy Metal magazine, creator Simeon Aston has gone on to work with Grant Morrison on the series "Option 3".
Chief of Information of Robo-City 16, Illustrator and Grand Archivist. The Robo-President itself has selected him for the important task of creating "The Future is Now".
Ryan Brown was Born 1976 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He is a Digital Painter, Cover Artist and Comic Book Colourist. He has worked on comic books , board games , video games, concept art and album covers and worked for Legendary Entertainment, Dark Horse, Vertigo, IDW, 2000ad, Marvel and DC among others. Ryan has been involved with projects as diverse as Mars Attacks, Judge Dredd, Creepy Comics, Ninja Turtles, V-Wars and Jacked.
Cook's art has appeared in the ABC Warriors and Judge Dredd, as Asylum (written by Rob Williams) and Dead Men Walking (written by David Bishop). In 2005, Cook graduated to regular work on the flagship story on 2000 AD, Judge Dredd, mostly to scripts by Gordon Rennie and Simon Spurrier.
With Spurrier he developed new comedy character Harry Kipling. Boo Cook started and contributed to the 2000AD Online Charity Auction.
Cook has also been providing the art for the latest Judge Anderson stories by Alan Grant, and providing cover artwork on titles such as Marvel's X-Factor, the Elephantmen: War Toys prequel mini-series, and subsequently, the interior art for Elephantmen #21. In 2014, he began working on Doctor Who titles for Titan Magazines.
Artist from Spain, and illustrator on the comic project Midnight Persons.
Phil was discovered at conventions that Jeremy and Simeon attended in 2015. They loved his art style and realised that he would fit in right alongside Simeon's artwork.
Vittorio's work was featured in Heavy Metal #272 with his self titled science fiction work "Moth".
Gary is a familiar face for many comic fans having worked on Star Wars, Judge Dredd, The Filth, The Terminator and many more, alongside writers such as Warren Ellis, Grant Morrison, Dan Abnett and more). His hyper detailed artwork showcases a story written by Cy Dethan.
Tom Eglington is an author and illustrator. He has worked for 2000AD, having provided numerous scripts for Judge Dredd, Future Shocks and 3rillers. He has also created two original series, Outlier with artist Karl Richardson, and Blunt with artist Boo Cook. His career at the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic has seen him work with Steve Yeowell, Robin Smith, John McCrea, Jon Davis-Hunt, Paul Marshall and Lee Carter. He is also the author of two children’s novels, The Spellbound Hotel and The Stolen City. He currently lives in Worthing with his wife, no dogs or cats, and a lump that might be a latent twin.
Writer of the sci-fi graphic novel Telikos Protocol and founder of 3rd Phase Studios. Peter now lives in Japan where he works as a writer in the anime industry.
Cy Dethan is a British writer who began his comics career in 2006 on the Starship Troopers: Extinction Protocol strip for Mongoose Publishing.
In 2007, Cy was hand-picked to take over the reins of Markosia’s flagship ongoing series, Starship Troopers.
He has subsequently written several creator-owned titles for Markosia, including Slaughterman’s Creed, The Indifference Engine and White Knuckle. Cy’s first creator-owned book, Cancertown: An Inconvenient Tooth, was a major independent hit and a sequel, Cancertown: Blasphemous Tumours, was released in November 2012.
Noel is a traditional British artist and life long Metal and Sci-Fi fan. He created the artwork and concepts for the graphic novel The Industrialist which is written by Burton C Bell, the vocalist of the American Industrial Metal band Fear Factory. Noel is in a retrowave band with Simon Bisley.
Risks and challenges
We're a dab hand at Kickstarter now, and since we started we've learned a lot, including having good control over our printing sources, learning how to make tweaks to improve quality, allowing time for any delays in printing, and having backups in case a printer is unable to fulfill on time.
We'll be notifying you at all stages of the Kickstarter how progress is coming along, including an insight into the writing process and showing work in progress pics of the artwork.
We're confident we can deliver on time and to the high quality our backers demand!Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
- (30 days)