Sometimes, a single word is not enough to capture what we're feeling. Sure you could use several words, but where's the fun in that? Instead, we challenged comic creators to make comics to better define these moments. Eleven teams came together to create Sensus Obscura: the fourth anthology project from Square City Comics.
Square City Comics is a group of independent artists and writers who meet regularly to discuss our projects, ideas, problems, and more regarding the craft and industry of comics. Since 2010, members have self-published more than 40 books combined including the three previous anthologies, and showcased their work with SCC at shows like SPX, Baltimore Comic Con, and Awesome Con.
The goal of this campaign is to fund printing of the anthology. We're aiming to order a run of 500 books. Including estimated shipping and KS fees, that means we need $2500.
Anything and everything beyond this goal will go directly into the pockets of our participants as a bonus page rate! As such, we've created a couple of stretch goals to be revealed during the campaign.
And now for the good stuff! Check the chart below for an easy reference of what you'll receive at each level!
A limited number of Ultimate Bundles will be available and includes the following member books:
- Blackout - K. S. Brenowitz
- Chosen - Emily Gillis
- Everyday Imaginings - Kristina Cunningham
- Fractured - Anna Sellheim
- High Hopes - K. S. Brenowitz
- Shadow Play - Emily Gillis
- Koralev - Zack Bly **JUST ADDED**
The following creators are offering sketch commissions:
Wondering just who contributed to the anthology? Look no further!
- Zack Bly
- K. S. Brenowitz
- Aric & Jennifer Campling
- Kristina Cunningham
- Edwin Domingo
- Kevin Doyle
- Emily R. Gillis
- Alex Lupp
- Scott Kaptur
- Shashwat Mishra
- Anna Sellheim
- Lisa Swanson
Check out what some of our stories will look like!
Thanks for checking out our campaign and we hope you'll help us bring these fantastic stories to print!
Risks and challenges
Upon launch of this campaign, the book is about 90% complete and just needs to be formatted and sent off to the printer! Risks and delays will be minimal excluding any issues the shipping company itself may have.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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