Jason Brubaker’s epic fantasy series “Sithrah” comes to a close

On Thursday, the crowdfunding campaign for the final two volumes in the 6-part Sithrah saga came to a very successful end, raising a total of more than $82 thousand. Noice.

Sithrah is the brainchild of independent comic book creator Jason Brubaker, who worked previously as a Hollywood storyboard artist and animator on films such Blade and the Kung Fu Panda Trilogy.

But you want to know about the books, so here’s a breakdown of the project taken from the Sithrah campaign page:

Sithrah is a project very close to my heart. It is a journey about “the Leap of Faith” of a little girl who travels in and out of the spirit world to try to find her missing father. It is heavily inspired by my love for Miyazaki’s movies but with a western worldview. 

For this final campaign, I am printing the last 2 books in the series. The artwork is complete and pretty much ready for the printer. The last 2 books contain a total of 380 full color pages.

Best of all, the final book is not scheduled to be released until the end of 2020 and so only backers will be able to read the full story without having to wait for the release date. If this campaign does really well and we sell out of copies, you will be the ONLY PEOPLE who will have copies of Sithrah 5 and 6

Upset that you missed out? Well, lucky you, because now that the crowdfunding period is over, the Indiegogo page has transitioned to an in-demand store, so you can still buy into the book for a limited time.

Backers can get both volumes 5 and 6 for $50 (all hardcover). If you need to catch up on the series, there are also options to pick up all 6 volumes starting at $99. That’s roughly 1 thousand pages of story, so- what’s that? Ten cents a page?

You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full Sithrah Indiegogo campaign page here.

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