In Lee Fine's latest adventure, Face the Night, he comes face to face with a monstrous legend--
Then, the figure fully emerges from the shadows, and the assassin screams in terror.
All Vito can make out is orange hair as the hitman’s scream of shock turns into several ones of pain, punctuated by the sound of breaking bones.
Triumphant, the orange-haired figure stands over what’s left of the assassin, gloved fists clenched by its side. Suddenly, it has turned to face Vito. Green skin, white eyes encircled with dark circles, and a rictus-like grin with dripping fangs coming out from under the top lip. “Be cool, Vito,” this...face says. “And get out of town.”
It's 1980 and Lee Fine has finally become comfortable with the life of a secret operator. Fine's world does, however, continue to change, as Baron Von Chill rises to prominence in diplomatic circles and the mysterious Direktor continues his nefarious plans.
Amidst all of it, The Cat encounters a crimefighter from the past, who has a link to a covert military group in World War II.
Face the Night brings the world closer to where it needs an Eagle Force.
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Face the Night also features, for this Kickstarter edition only, a Roll Call of backers, and an exclusive letter column. Levels include a metal card of The Face, as well as a chance to get sketch cards of The Cat or The Face (limited to ten each, drawn by Andrew Lopez), the original manuscript of Face the Night, or even a chance to get "written in" as a Black Isle spy!
When this campaign reaches the $1,000 mark, backers get a trading card of an unknown part of R.I.O.T.'s origins. $1,500 brings an exclusive Eagle Force MEGA short story featuring Baron Von Chill II.
There's just one more Lee Fine pulp novella after this one, which will bring us right up to the formation of the classic Eagle Force team! Let's continue to help him on his way!
Risks and challenges
The biggest challenge I've faced before is in a specific vendor facing issues with production; since I work with very reliable vendors, and this is a generally quiet production period, I don't anticipate any problems.
But, as with all my past campaigns, I keep backers up-to-date as often as I can.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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