Super Robot Mayhem #2
Save the Universe. Lose Your Soul.
Super Robot Mayhem #2
Save the Universe. Lose Your Soul.
Raiden Nakamura is infected by an alien virus that causes him to bond with the mysterious mecha MAYHEM. Together, they are the only thing that stands in the way of the invading Demon Imperial Alliance. But Raiden’s union with MAYHEM comes at a price. Slowly losing his identity, Raiden’s battle for control threatens to destroy not only his sense of self, but also the existence of everything he holds dear.
SUPER ROBOT MAYHEM is the first collaboration between Metal Made Flesh (Yancy St. Awards Winner Graphic Novel of the year 2017) writer Jeremy Biggs and Manchester based blogger Adrian Mursec. It also features the work of designer Paul Nicholson who worked on the original anime of Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex for Production I.G, as well as famed artist Javier Bordon.
Drawing from a wide range of influences including Jekyll and Hyde, Alien, Gundam Wing, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Akira and other science fiction classics, SUPER ROBOT MAYHEM provides a unique spin on the Super Robot genre.
Issue #2 picks up directly after issue #1 and follows the aftermath of Mayhem's discovery, the encroaching DIA scout ships and the fate of Raiden Nakamura...
Oversized (A4) edition of issue 2, available in variant cover or standard editions!The variant issue contains extra material and artwork not available in the standard edition.
The standard edition of Super Robot Mayhem #1. See where it all began in issue 1!
Even more Kickstarter exclusive content available digitally, includes pages of concept art and materials, background on the making of Mayhem issues 1 and 2, more pinups and artwork, the script for issue #2, interviews, inks and more. This includes the material from issue #1.
Art prints signed by the writer
Super Robot Mayhem T-shirts in sizes S-XL.
Become immortalized in the book as a dedicated character profile - you drawn by Javier Bordon like in the example below! Available as a half page or full page profile.
The original, hand coloured artwork for the variant cover of Super Robot Mayhem iss #2.
Plus, original inked pages from Super Robot Mayhem iss #2 and #1, allocated at random...
Original Sketches from Super Robot Mayhem artist Javier Bordon.
Jeremy Biggs is an award winning writer and publisher, releasing comics under the banner of Subversive Comics. His work has been featured in Heavy Metal magazine and his work on Metal Made Flesh garnered the best graphic novel of 2017 at the annual Yancy St. awards.
He was featured as an emerging artist at the Tate Modern's "Undercurrent" show in 2012.
In a previous life he worked alongside Vini Reilly (Durutti Column), Stephen Mallinder (Cabaret Voltaire) and Billie Ray Martin (S-express), and earned glowing reviews in Mixmag and a feature in Esquire Asia.
When he's not got headphones on, or his nose in a book, Jeremy likes playing survival horror titles like Resident Evil and Dead Space, although he's more susceptible to jump scares than he's prepared to admit.
Software developer by day and comic blogger by night, mild mannered Adrian is the owner of a comic and movie news website launched in 2009 and since then has over 1.5 million visitors, as well as several cease and desist letters from movie studios from reporting on news other websites wouldn't.
With a life long obsession collecting robots and reading comics, this project has become a dream come true. The idea behind Super Robot Mayhem was to create a comic inspired by the works of the grandfather of Super Robots Go Nagai, mixed in with manga like Akira and Ghost in the Shell, and delivered in a western comic format.
Super Robot Mayhem has been a labour of love for Adrian as it went through a several revisions over the years. After meeting Jeremy Biggs at Thought Bubble in 2012, and being inspired by his work he decided to ask for advice. The pair ended up teaming up to develop the universe. One year later Super Robot Mayhem is ready for the world.
Adrian lives with his wife Kirsty, son Dexter and two gerbils (Goku and Thor) and hopes to one day own a dog.
Most famous for designing Ghost in the Shell Standalone Complex's Laughing Man logo for Production I.G. Paul was featured as a character in the second gig of GitS:SAC, in return for his design work, where he also contributed the design of the individual 11 logo.
Paul also designed logos, typography and artwork for the Aphex Twin, Manga UK, Terratag clothing and many more.
A long time Manga and Anime fan, he wrote his PhD thesis on Super Robots! Paul has provided typography and design for Super Robot Mayhem
Javier Adrian Bordon works as a freelance artist for the comics and videogames industry. He has 20 years experience, as a designer and published his first self written thriller mystery comic book "The Dogs" in 2010.
His work mainly focuses on sci-fi and fantasy. He is in the process of making a fantasy adventure comic book with dragons and warrior girls!
He also works as professional animator.
In 2015 after a brief stay in Spain and France, he emigrated to Poland, where he is now living and keeping his art studio in Krakow city. He loves dogs, castles, tramways and old second world war airplanes, especially Spitfires.
Whilst working he smokes tobacco a lot and drink lots of coffee, but people still understand what he is mumbling in polish, even with his dark voice.
Jon Scrivens is an Artist, Colourist and Letterer from Berkhamsted, Herts. He's worked as a colour assistant on titles for Marvel, DC/Vertigo and Image (The Punisher, Sheriff of Babylon, Batman, The Activity).
His lettering work featured in multiple indie titles such as Bertie Bear, Toots Malloy: Blues Ninja & Metal Made Flesh (including a recent short featured in Heavy Metal Magazine). He's often found at Comic events drawing zombie portraits and flogging his creator-owned graphic novel Little Terrors!.
Yel ‘Rainbow Wrangler’ Zamor is a UK based freelance artist enthusiastically specialising in digital comic colours. Approaching their first decade in the industry, Yel has contributed to projects by Marvel, Dark Horse, Markosia and Orang Utan Comics.
Yel’s creative projects also extend to illustrations and graphics for browser-based games such as Board Game Online and Catamancer; an entirely cat-flavoured strategy adventure card game.
Their origin story can be traced to Soviet Eastern Europe, but London has been a dear home for more than 20 years, despite the lingering accent.
Yel enjoys cosplay, archery, cats and cake as a way to break up the monotony of a reclusive geek life.
Hector likes to draw everything, but especially comics and portraits. He loves watercolors.
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