Geek Native readers first met London Gothic in 2020, and the world has not gone according to plan since then. That said, there is now a Kickstarter for Nick Henry and Mike Burton’s adventure graphic novel.
The campaign launched today, with two months to raise the £1,500 the creators are hoping for to publish this colour graphic novel. You can pledge or check out more from the pitch page.
We’re warned that story can be gruesome and sometimes even disturbing tale. There’s a battle to stop holy relics from being used to bring catastrophic hell on earth.
A successful campaign brings both PDF and printed versions to life. There’s good news for collectors: there are exclusive variants and signed editions.
An enthralling adventure that twists and turns like the ancient sewer system below London where darkness prevails and evil lurks, though not all evil lurks in the darkness but also amongst the shadows that crawl the walls of the repellent foggy cobbled alleyways in Gothic London.
Where the wealthier streets of London entwine with areas of depravation and crime allowing evil to circumvent unseen. A time of a terrifying London long past where your worst nightmares become reality.
Backers who find £5 to support the project will get the first chapter in PDF, and those who step up to £16 will get that and print copy with an exclusive cover.
A signed edition of the print edition, digital wallpaper and the usual PDF are backers at the £25 tier. Both the artist and author are signees.
The London Gothic team aren’t done there, though, and there are many more tiers. £35, for example, adds an exclusive A2 poster while also getting your name in the book.
Backers at £50 also get a replica Hanora necklace, £70 swaps that for an 11oz limited edition Kickstarter exclusive mug and a baseball cap. I’ve popped Hanora’s illustration into this article, and I assume that’s the necklace in question.
Limited to only 20, a £100 pledge also gets framed and signed original artwork.
Lastly, limited to only 10, £125 gets you 6 signed postcards and a cameo appearance in chapter two. (If you’re brave enough!)
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