Four teenagers must face an amazing and dangerous reality when they are mysteriously granted the super powers they made up as children Read more
This project was successfully funded on June 2, 2012.
The Campaign is a Success!!!
Thank you to all of you who made this possible!
Sorry for the slight delay in sending this out but as soon as the campaign ended I stayed away from Facebook, Twitter, etc. I needed a break :)
These updates won't end as we have a first issue to produce. Denver Comic Con is coming up (06/15-17) and, although we don't have a dedicated table (whoops), The Pantheon Project will be present. We're going to be printing the 8 page preview to distribute amongst comicdom.
If you no longer wish to receive updates (which is a clear sign you don't love us), you can unsubscribe to them. If you want to keep receiving them, they won't be so frequent. Just when there's cool news to share.
I want to thank Kevin Caron, Leila del Duca, Kit Seaton, Rus Wooton, Jason Burchard, Nils Taylor, Wayne Winsett and Lonnie Allen. You all had a part in getting The Pantheon Project this far! Let's keep it going!
Special thanks to my girlfriend, Sarah, who put up with me while I obsessively checked on all fund raising efforts and fiddled with the script - even in the wee hours. She's a patient gal! Love her!
Special thanks to my mother and family over in Norway. Without your love and support, the Pantheon Project would not have been possible. Uncle Gunnar, your character is going to be fun to write!
Special thanks to my brothers, father and Brenda. I appreciate all of your support and advice on... everything!
And thanks to Darcy, who convinced me when I was little kid that creating stories would be just as much fun as reading them. Well... here goes!
If I didn't personally thank you, I apologize. You and I know who you are and whatcha did! :)
Here's an inked page from Leila. Milton's fate takes a dramatic turn!
And for those of you who see it - Yes, that's Greenfield, MA in the lower right hand corner. Liberty is the "Simpsons' Springfield" version of my home town. ...Which is down the street from a real Springfield. Weird.