The Crimson Rider is a public domain character who's story was originally told in another characters (Wilton of the West) series. Put out in Jumbo comics #9 and #10, her story was told from the perspective of Wilton of the West. It was a story of a mysterious masked person was trying to hunt down and kill the same gang of miscreants Wilton of the West was trying to lawfully bring to justice. The Crimson Rider was the mystery of the book, at the end her identity was revealed to be a teenage girl named Mary Bennon, and she was only seeking justice on the gang that murdered her father in cold blood.
In my version of Marys story, it begins as she has been captured after a long and successful career of hunting down really bad folks and relieving them of their lives. Mary is set to be hanged for her crimes. She tells the story of where it all began to those around her, it's an action packed and heartfelt story. Join us, as The Crimson Rider rides again.
We hit our goal in 6 hours, so now it's time for some awesome stretch goals!
STRETCH GOAL #1
If we hit $1600, every backer of a physical reward will automatically be sent this awesome limited 2x3 Crimson Rider sticker!
STRETCH GOAL #2
If we hit $2000, every backer at a physical reward will automatically be sent this beautiful Crimson Rider art print done by the incredible Daniel White!
We have a bunch of cool rewards including, the Jake Clinton art print
the Dave Broyles art print
and the Dana Blust art print
Each art print will be numbered!
Awesome drink cozys
Let's not forget about the amazing artwork inside the book, done by Tyler Sowles. His art is really brought to life with excellent lettering by Justin Birch that really makes Tylers art pop!
THE BOOKS EXIST! HERE'S PROOF!
Every order of a physical reward comes with a limited edition Crimson Rider book mark, featuring artwork by Jake Clinton!
Thank you so much for checking out my FIRST Kickstarter, it means the world to me. This project has been in the works for a long time, and I hope you will help me bring this comic to life!
Risks and challenges
Usually, there are many risks involved in creating a comic. What if the artist bails? What if I miscalculate printing costs? Amazingly, all the risks have been navigated. I stand before you with a complete book. I have negotiated the printing costs. All that stands in our way is raising the capital for the initial print run. Together, we shall see the Crimson Rider ride again!Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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