It wasn’t a surprise to see Killtopia do well on Kickstarter but I don’t think anyone expected the project to raise over £16,000 from more than 850 backers.
Dave took to his campaign update page today to announce he’s signed a deal with Glasgow based BHP.
I just want to say a huge thanks to Sha and the team at BHP for signing us and for giving us a shot in the comic industry. We’re going to work our assess off hard to make good things happen this year and beyond.
BHP’s boss, Sha Nazir, said;
Killtopia captures the zietgiest of readers having an appetite for genre based sci-fi books and it immediately caught our attention.
“This is the first time BHP have acquired a book funded by Kickstater and we are really pleased to add to the books success by increasing its visibility through the book industry and excited to bring this new world to our readers in September.”