Sci-fi graphic novel “Stitchwalker the Clysm” launches on Indiegogo

Over the weekend, the crowdfunding campaign for Stitchwalker the Clysm: Book the First launched on Indiegogo. Stitchwalker is a 100-page graphic novel heavily inspired by classic science fiction tales such as those by H.G. Wells and Robert Heinlein. Stitchwalker is the brainchild of writer/artist AE White, a twenty-year veteran of the games industry.

Below is an overview of the Stitchwalker project taken from the Indiegogo campaign page.

“Written as a love letter to all things great about classic science fiction, ‘STITCHWALKER’ guides readers through a universe where nothing is what it seems and anything is possible. Although written as a trilogy, this first book in the ‘STITCHWALKER’ series is a self-contained story within the ‘THE CLYSM’ universe, which will also include the forthcoming book ‘ENVISIONIST’.”

Backers can get a copy of Stitchwalker the Clysm for £15 (that’s roughly $19 for those of us across the pond), while a few extra bucks can also buy you a poster or original artwork. Delivery of the Stitchwalker graphic novel is currently scheduled for March 2019.

Like what you see? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full Stitchwalker the Clysm Indiegogo page here.

Stitchwalker The Clysm AE White Psipic Comics coverStitchwalker The Clysm sample page No. 1 Man climbing to top of the buildingStitchwalker The Clysm sample page No. 2 ZbotskiStitchwalker The Clysm sample page No. 3 explosion

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