Mike S. Miller’s triple-comic Indiegogo campaign ends successfully; still available in-demand

Over the weekend, the Indiegogo campaign for comic book writer/artist Mike S. Miller’s The Meg, SixGun Samurai and Deal with the Devil ended successfully, raising 170% of its original goal totaling nearly $35k.*

The campaign itself was created to fund the printing of three very different graphic novels totaling over 400 pages of story. That’s a girthy stack of sequential art, donchathink?

Miller himself counted down the final day on his YouTube channel Blacklist Universe, which you can watch below.

Upset that you missed out on the crowdfunding period? You’re in luck. The campaign transitioned to an in-demand store at the end of the crowdfunding period for a limited time, so you can still get copies of the graphic novels if you choose, whether you want to receive all three books or each book individually in either physical or digital formats.

There are also tiers for those with more money to spend, including extra copies of the books, signed copies, and original artwork, as well as a “Christmas for the troops” tier, in which your purchase will not only get you copies of the books, but extra copies will be printed and donated to members of the U.S. Military.

Congratulations to Mike S. Miller on yet another successful Indiegogo campaign. You can visit the In-Demand store for The Meg, SixGun Samurai and Deal with the Devil here.

Sixgun Samurai MEG and Deal with the Devil comic trio

*Disclosure: the author of this post is a backer of this Indiegogo campaign

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