Yes as the title suggests it’s Reynard City Kickstarter- The Last Week!
We’ve got a big task on our hands- thanks to our 29 backers we have raised £535 and we have to hit £6000 by the end of the week. It’s a tough one but we can do it with your help. We need you to do the following-
1. Go to the Kickstarter page and watch the fab new video John Paul Guerra made for us explaining who we are and why we need this.
2. Back the project (Rewards start at just £1, we’ll do a quick summary below)
3. Once you’ve backed it post on your Facebook, Twitter etc that you have backed it (please include the link!)
4. Message friends, family or anyone you know who might enjoy our comic and let them know what we’re trying to do.
1. Digital downloads (Starting from £1)
We offer a range of digital download goodies including short stories, the Perfect Platinum Collection as well as exclusive artwork (featuring the likes of Foxybop Cosplay, William Butler, Jen Clare and lots of other excellent talents).
Digital downloads also include a copy of Issue 1 at £3- instead of the usual 22 page comic this will be a 40 page comic produced by the very talented Nicholas Webb and Strider Syd (example of their work below)
2. The comic and other printed goodies (Starting from £12)
All printed extras come with the digital downloads as well (short stories, Perfect Platinum, My Life In Bad Jobs etc). As well as a signed copy of the book you can also get signed prints or if you want to really get the good stuff you can get a Fox Box or a Deluxe Fox Box (Think Loot Crate but with Reynard City specific stuff- the comic, the print plus lots of extra things we’ll throw in to say thank you exclusively for you!
3. Commissions and promotion (starting from £100)
Our artists produce some fantastic work- this is your opportunity to get your own pieces direct from the artists themselves!
On top of that if you have a business you want to promote you could be featured in our videos, the comics or even a short film. As well as this bear in mind the printed comics will be sold at a lot of different events so in promotion terms there is a lot of opportunities, plus the fact you can show people that you care and support independent artists.