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20 years ago Jackson Connolly signed away his soul. With 3 days left to break the bargain, will he succeed or face the hellhounds?
20 years ago Jackson Connolly signed away his soul. With 3 days left to break the bargain, will he succeed or face the hellhounds?
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Update Time!

First off, I'm sorry I haven't posted any news in awhile. Work on the book is progressing and we have 88 pages of story, which is much longer than the original 65 pages I had planned! J.C. has the final 18 pages to ink in the next week or two. 

Here's where we are at:

J.C. is close to finishing inks but we've have some challenges with the new colorist. Frankly, it looks like we may need to bring a different colorist on board very soon. So if you are colorist or know a reliable one, message me. 

Lettering is underway (I'm doing that bit myself)

I am considering releasing a black and white digital version to everyone once I've finished up the lettering. If you think that's a good idea, let me know.

Here's a new inked page from J.C. - LOVE IT!

Now, some links to friends and backers with Kickstarter projects. Go show them some love!

A Toast to Progress! Building The New Buffalo Brewing Co.

Future Filmgeekdom: Ain't It Cool with Harry Knowles

Mystery Box by my friends at Trusted Cape

That's all folks. I'll be in touch soon and hopefully with some color pages for you!

Thanks for your support and patience. I'm looking forward to sharing this book with everyone who helped to make it possible!



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    1. Kosongz on August 16, 2013

      I agree. I would like to get a black & white copy to tide me over until I get the colored version.

    2. Mark Pengryn
      on August 16, 2013

      I would LOVE a B&W inked version .PDF! I am really looking forward to this story, and it would be great to compare to the color version later. My suggestion to those that don't want the story spoiled would be to not download it or to wait until after they read the final color version to give it a looking over. But that's just my opinion.

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      aaron Churchill on August 15, 2013

      I'm with Chris. The B&W PDF would be great.

    4. Chris Call
      on August 15, 2013

      I like the idea of a B&W copy, as I like to see the work in progress, and then the finished project. Although I do agree with Nicholas, in that I won't read it, because I won't want to spoil the finished book. Maybe a bonus B&W PDF when the book is done, and just a preview B&W PDF in the meanwhile.

    5. Nicholas Connolly on August 15, 2013

      I don't like the idea of releasing the black and white digital copy... I feel that it would diminish the reception of the full colored version. Quality has no fear of time. I don't mind waiting. -NC