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An explosive science fiction action-adventure comic, set in a post-apocalyptic Earth in the midst of a disastrous first contact event!
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Progress Report / London Comic Con!

Posted by Jay Douglas - Vanquish Interactive (Creator)

Greetings Telikos fans!

(Pete's note: Need to come up with a better term... Telikorps? Protocolonists? I don't know...)

First of all, for those of you who got a copy of issue 3, we hope you enjoyed it! It's been a long slog so far, and completing that first story arc left us with a massive sense of accomplishment!

A quick status update on work with the book. Work continues to progress on the collected volume, and we're hoping to be able to give further updates on content being created - including the free 20-page digital Santilli diary - very soon. 

It should be noted that we are working our damnedest to fulfil our Kickstarter obligations and we have stopped all other Telikos work to try and wrap up work on the first volume. For those of you eager to see issue 4, I'm afraid that means waiting a little longer. However, with the completion of the volume, that will mean over 95% Kickstarter fulfilment - also a massive accomplishment considering the scale of our project! We thank you all so much for your patience and support, and hope the digital issues have been keeping you going! :D

In other news, we (that is, Adam and Pete) will once again be displaying at London Comic Con/London MCM Expo/whatever they have decided to call it now at the ExCeL Centre this weekend from Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th May! A handy map detailing how to find us (via our good friends DestinyBlue at CG13/14 and Romantically Apocalyptic at CM1) can be found below:

Find us!
Find us!

Please come and say hello! We'll have plenty of prints as well as copies of issues 1, 2 and 3 on hand.

Until next time!

Pete & Adam

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      Matthew Harvey on

      I kinda like "the Telikorps". Dont quite know why, but theres a dystopic sci-fi appeal there. Wish I could make London and say hi in person, but I can't, so I'll wish you a good weekend through the internet instead.