Sam has been genetically engineered by terrorists to be the Anti-Christ and destroy the western world, but she wants out of the game and decides to kill herself instead. The problem is she can't die, because a higher power has special plans for her. Sam desperately wants to use the evil powers within her for good, but she is afraid of becoming the monster everyone believes she is.
"...what I loved was that the audience is learning alongside Samantha. We don’t know entirely what led to her creation or how she was able to survive..." - @kleffnotes from The Nerdy Girl Express
The book is done and ready to go. The entire story has been drawn and colored. The only thing we are waiting on is the funding to go to print. So as soon as funding is achieved, we are off to the printers!
About the physical book:
Project: Anti-Christ Graphic Novel
Pages: 120 (approx)
Book Type: Trade Paperback
Book Size: 6.625 x 10.25 inches
Interior: Color pages, gloss
Exclusives: Variant Kickstarter Only Cover by Mike Crome and colored by Ula Mos.
All pledges for print editions will get signed copies of the book.
About the Book -
Many people fear the end of the world—I personally am not one of them, but I have always been fascinated by it. Every religion, dating back even to Ancient Egypt and the Aztecs have some form of an End of Days story. It usually involves some sort of evil or darkness sweeping across the world, annihilating everything in its path. The most famous, modern day story, comes in the form of the Anti-Christ who will help to bring about the Rapture and fight a losing battle against the second coming of God. But in thinking about it, I wondered, what if the Anti-Christ was just a pawn in someone else’s plans? What if the Anti-Christ actually wanted no part in this great battle or prophecy? Everyone thinks of the Anti-Christ as a being of pure evil. But what if the Anti-Christ was a good person who happens to have a crappy fate? So, the question I want to ask is this, can a good person be a monster? This is an idea I explore in my comic, Anti-Christ.
Why Am I Doing This? -
I am going to launch a Kickstarter in order to create Anti-Christ because all these evil ideas in my head need someplace to escape and if I don’t let them out I will literally go insane.
It's all about following your dream. We've always wanted to create comics, and so we are. All of us have to pursue those dreams that we want to pursue, no matter what they are. It's the way we find happiness in our own lives.
Who's Involved -
Writer - James Mascia
Artist/Colorist - Osiris Junior
Cover - Daniel Leister
Variant Cover 1 - Mike Krome
Now, we have a great lineup of rewards for you. Everything from digital PDFs of the completed book to variant covers to me giving you a hand in writing your own comic script.
We also have some little extras planned as the campaign goes on. But those are hush hush now, so we can't talk about them yet. So, take a look below at some of the great rewards we have for you.
What the Funds Will be Used for -
The bulk of the funds raised for this Kickstarter will be used for printing and shipping. Of course, Kickstarter will be taking their fee out of what we raise. There will be some money used to cover the expenses of our artist fees, and whatever is left will be used to cover promotions and conventions to get the book out there and keep it in circulation.
Thanks for taking a look at our project. Take a look through all the rewards and pledge for the Kickstarter. Or if you can't do that, if you could at least share the project on your social networks, that would be excellent! Thanks again. I look forward to bringing this project to life with your help.
Risks and challenges
The book is complete, so there are no true risks in completing this project.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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