“Sporkman Goes to Japan” comic mini-series launches on Indiegogo
The hero who must duck to fit through doorways returns! On Sunday, the crowdfunding campaign for Sporkman Goes to Japan launched on Indiegogo. Written by Eric Berry and Chuck Bonetti, and featuring illustrations by Gifney Richata and colors by Rodrigo Ybañez (Red Ninja Momiji), Sporkman Goes to Japan is a 3-issue mini-series intended for readers of all ages.
You can check out the launch trailer below.
Backers can get digital copies of all three issues of Sporkman Goes to Japan for $8. Those looking for physical copies can get them for $12, which also includes a copy of the previously-released Sporkman: Conventions. Those who spend a bit more can also get additional perks, including a t-shirt, a trade paperback edition of the Sporkman Comics, even an exclusive action figure. If you’re not completely sold but would still like to support the project, you can throw the creators a buck and get a Sporkman decal in return. While they aren’t listed currently, the project creators have promised to announce stretch goals very soon.
You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full Sporkman Indiegogo page here.
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