Crowdfunding campaign for horror anthology “Tales from the Stacks” fully funded in 3 days
On Thursday, the crowdfunding campaign for horror anthology Tales from the Stacks launched on Indiegogo, and the project is already a resounding success. At the time of this writing, the graphic novel has well surpassed its original funding goal of $4 thousand with nearly two months remaining in the crowdfunding period.
Tales from the Stacks is a collaborative project by Michael Critzer (aka Professor Geek) and artist Dave T (aka Geek Owt Lowd), and features three all-new tales of terror in one 60-page graphic novel reminiscent of Tales from the Crypt.
You can watch the Tales from the Stacks promotional trailer below.
Backers can get a digital version of the anthology for $10, while physical copies start at $20. There are also two sexy variant covers featuring art by Jon Malin (colors by Kyle Ritter) and Keung Lee, each $30, as well as several tiers to mix & match multiple cover options if you’d like multiple copies of the book. For those looking for a “support the troops” tier, there is an $80 option for backers to receive a copy of Tales from the Stacks while four additional copies are sent to U.S. service members via Operation Paperback.
Interested? You can check out the various cover options below, or visit the full Tales from the Stacks Indiegogo page here.