"IT'S BLOODY FRANKENBEAR!" Simon Bisley Fuzzyface: The Agnew Chainsaw Massacre 3 is, "Texas Chainsaw Massacre meets The Muppets." Read more
This project's funding goal was not reached on September 18, 2011.
About this project
A note to those outside of the United States. We will ship internationally. But we humbly ask that you add $5.00 to your contribution to help offset the costs of shipping.
Fuzzyface originally debuted at Phoenix Comic Con 2010. It has since SOLD OUT of its initial print run!
A diminutive chainsaw wielding fuzzball is running wild just outside of Apex City's city limits. He lops off his victim's limbs and heads and then wears them as masks. It's as if Jim Henson himself declared war on his own beloved Muppets via Tobe Hooper's Leatherface.
Paying both tribute and parody to greats Jim Henson and his Muppets and Tobe Hooper and the horror film that changed the genre, Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Fuzzyface also incorporates a little bit of Mary Shelly's beloved novel of Frankenstein. Within these pages, hidden way down deep is a love story.
Fuzzyface is a spinoff from Anti-Hero Brand Press's flagship title, Youth in Asia, where Fuzzyface's secret identity, Agnew Pennworth is sidekick to John Nash, pro wrestler, chicken wing eating, part time vigilante. But this is Agnew's tale of blood and stuffing. And it gets better before it gets so much worse. Worse for his unsuspecting victims that is.
Fuzzyface has garnered support from some greats in the comic book industry as well. In fact Stan Lee tried to steal the idea from me. I had to arm wrestle him to get it back true believer. Simon Bisley of DC Comic's Lobo's Back as well and numerous other titles calls Fuzzyface "Bloody Fankenbear!" Jimmie Robinson who created "Evil and Malice" And Bomb Queen digs the concept too. And there will be a Jimmie pinup in the new edition when we reach our funding goal. Xenescope's cover artist extraordinaire Mike Debalfo, who sat in the booth next to me at Phoenix Comic Con 2010, laughed as he read the book, and has offered his support and a pinup too. We may even be able to wrangle one from Biz, but we gotta find him first. And some of the biggest news to date, DC Comics colorist femme fatale, Nei Ruffino is set to color the covers for this amazing reprint.
The new, bigger and better edition of Fuzzyface is going to contain, brand spankin' new pinups, two different covers, and both a prologue and an epilogue to extend the action even further than its original 54 page story. The original pages will be remastered in gray scale, and relettered. Hopefully we can get Jaymes Reed, aka Digital-CAPS to handle that massive job. Not to mention, we will have some extras, including some of the original page layouts included in the final cut of the Fuzzyface reprint.
Everyone who supports this project gets the utmost thanks from both Venus of Necro and myself. But you won't walk away empty handed either, cause we have a plethora of nifty incentives for you. But, a note on this: We only get the needed reprint funds IF we reach or exceed our funding goal. If we don't make our minimum, then no one's funding markers are called in. We appreciate your support and know you will love Fuzzyface: The Agnew Chainsaw Massacre 3. Oh yes, there will be stuffing!
Fuzzyface is actually my real life sidekick, Agnew J Pennyworth. And just like Robin is to Batman, Agnew kicks all kinds of butt in his short pants. I'm just kidding, he doesn't wear pants.
Absolutely. No one will get left behind, no matter how far away you might be. We do humbly ask that you please add $5 to your pledge to help cover the costs of shipping internationally.
Fuzzyface is going to retail for $20. So, everyone who contributes that is getting the book at retail price, with shipping (for the most part) included. Retailer tiers of course offer the book at a discount as retailers and shops need to make a profit on the products they carry.
Yes, every graphic novel that is purchased through this campaign will be signed. Every copy from the $25 tier and up will be signed by the writer Venus of Necro and the artist John Chihak.
Yes, we now have four tiers of support for retailers who back our project. You will receive a mix of covers and at least one sketch cover, buttons and postcards, plus a poster to promote the book in your shop. Not to mention having your shop's name, website and phone number printed in the book.
Absolutely. Anyone, or any store that feels they can benefit from having Fuzzyface on their shelves is more than welcome to back the project with a retailer tier.
No, Fuzzyface is definitely not an all ages type book. It's essentially a horror movie in comic book form. It's a mature reader title. There is bad language, drug use, some sex and of course violence. Not recommended for anyone who cannot go and see an R rated movie
For all shipping in the United States, yes. For anything international, as I mentioned in another FAQ, we do ask that you contribute $5 more to your pledge.
That is the plan. As much as I love my pigtails, and I have had them for many years, Fuzzyface is something I believe in so much I am willing to make that choice. I will also have it video taped and post it online. Not to mention, as a cancer survivor myself, I will also donate my hair to "Locks for Love."
I would love to. I won't say no, but I cannot guarantee that I can. I would love to be able to do a signing at each shop that ends up supporting the book though. Never say never.
- (30 days)