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How odd. I just received an email solicitation to buy the digital version of the book...
Can you tell us when we will be getting the hard copies for the book?
So excited, April is so close now, can't wait to get a look!
Amy Chu has that info, Nick!
Congrats Joe! Will we automatically get the preview PDF for backing both yours and Girls Night Out, or do we need to request it?
CONGRATS JOE!!! Really excited for you and Scott, and eager to see the finished product!
I'll post a brief synopsis of each of the first two issues at some point this week. Thanks for the idea!
Yeah, but I don't order comics from Previews, and it's mostly for the same reason. Maybe there would be a way for you to post some story information without putting up fully finished pages.
Hi Isaac! First of all, thank you so much for the pledge!
I understand the concern, but it's not very different from preordering a comic book from Previews, sight unseen. The problem with a lettered preview of the book is that It's my creator-owned book, and I have to pay out of pocket for the art to be produced. Believe me, if I could, I'd produce the entire book without relying on Kickstarter, it'd be MUCH less stressful for me. But if you aren't entirely sold on the concept and the art, then please spread the word to your family and friends so that we could get funded, and then you'll be able to buy it when it comes out in the spring, when you can preview before you buy! In the meantime, if you'd like to see a list of my writing credits, go to www.comicbookdb.com and search for "Joe Caramagna," if that'll help make your decision. Thanks for the support!
I'd be lots more likely to back the project at a level that earned me a copy of the book if I could read a little of it. I know Scott Koblish's art will be nice to look at, but I read comics for the stories, and right now it's hard for me to tell whether I'd like to read this one. Could you maybe put in an update with some lettered pages, or some script, or something like that?
The exact size of the sketch hasn't been decided yet, but I can tell you that it will be larger than a postcard, but probably not larger than an 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper. But I'm going to leave the final decision up to Scott. :-) Thank you so much for your pledge!
And I agree that Scott's work is AMAZING!
Scott Koblish's art sold me and so I am in at $100 ($95 pledge level plus $5 for shipping). How big and how personalized will the Wyatt Earp sketch be??