It was life as usual until a cataclysmic global event changed everything. As suddenly children all over the world dropped dead as lifeless shells all at once, it left the grieving world to wonder what was the cause. Unfortunately for them, the worst has yet to be seen. Just as suddenly as this tragedy came, the world would experience a horrifying false hope.
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Meet the Creators of SUFFER THE CHILDREN
Writer - Aaron Ritter
Aaron was born in Wisconsin on October 14th, 1975, but at a few months old he moved with his mother to Florida where he was raised. After graduating high school, Aaron enlisted in the U.S. Army, attended Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training as a Field Artilleryman at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Having served thirteen years and a tour of duty in Iraq as a member of 2nd Infantry Division, he was medically retired as a Staff Sergeant U.S. Army Field Artillery. Aaron is the creator and writer for Suffer the Children and currently resides in Daytona Beach, Florida with three daughters and fiancé.
Artist - Miriam Medina
Miriam is a New York-born 2D animator with training in fine art and illustration. Since receiving her degree from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 2010, as co-owner of GenkiGoth Studios, she has worked with her husband running a store in Orlando, selling their works, completed work on a separate horror title, stayed active as a freelancer, and has become an ever-present face in the comic/anime scene nationwide. She currently works from home with her two cats, Chester and Blair.
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Risks and challenges
Most books have some risks in being completed. However, with Suffer the Children #1, all aspects of production are done except the print run. Our only challenge is deciding how many copies to print. That is where you come in! A successfully funded campaign will help us get the book in the hands of the public.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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