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Thank you for bringing the critically-acclaimed comic, The War for Kaleb, to print, complete with pinup gallery and extras!
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Thank you for bringing the critically-acclaimed comic, The War for Kaleb, to print, complete with pinup gallery and extras! Available Now!!!
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Kickstarter Launched for Science!

Posted by Jason Pittman (Creator)
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Hi everyone!  I wanted to post a quick update about a really awesome Kickstarter project that went live today called Science! written by my friends, Jason Inman, and Ashley V. Robinson, and drawn by my amazing, talented wife Desiree' Pittman, who contributed gallery art to The War for Kaleb!

You may know Jason and Ashley's work from Action Lab's Jupiter Jet, or contribution to the DC anthology Love Is Love.  

Here is a short description of their new book Science! 

"Science! is the story of Tamsin Kuhn Trakroo, a fourteen-year-old girl who is already the smartest Theoretical and Applied Physicist in any room. Yeah, she’s that super smart! Tamsin has just started studying at The Prometheus Institute which is only the world's most famous and prestigious science school. The Institute is a futuristic wonderland filled with genius teachers (some who might not be of this world), and floating helper robots known as S.T.A.T.s."

 Please consider pledging to back this really great project!  There are some awesome rewards including books, prints, and even portfolio and script reviews from industry professionals like Mitch Gerads, and Shea Fontana!!!

If you can't pledge, that is of course totally cool, and we only ask that you share with your homies across social media!

So go on and click here to check out the Kickstarter for Science!

Thanks everyone, and here is some awesome artwork from the project by Desiree Pittman....

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    1. Jason Pittman Creator on

      @Tim Smyth, thanks so much!!!

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      Tim Smyth on

      Done! Just backed it - looks great for the classroom!