Uber-violent sci-fi comic series “Replicator” now live on Indiegogo

Earlier this week, independent comic book creator Robert Arnold launched a crowdfunding campaign for issues 1 and 2 of Replicator, a sci-fi story which is absolutely designed for mature audiences only.

Written by Arnold and featuring illustrations by Aaron Alfeche (Jawbreakers: GØD-K1NG), colors by DC Alonso, and letters by Marshall Dillon, Replicator is a brutal, unforgiving take complete with nudity and a healthy dose of ultra-violence. The best part of all? The books are done, printed, and ready to deliver as soon as the campaign is over.

But what is Replicator all about? Here’s a summary of the plot taken from the Replicator Indiegogo page.

Replicator is a post-apocalyptic sci-fi comic series set in England 10 years from now after a virus has killed tens of millions and as the country crumbles two companies fight for power using futuristic mechs and soldiers battle against super-powered mutants…

Backers can get digital copies of both Replicator issues (totaling 60 pages) for $6, a deluxe digital edition with bonus materials for $8, and physical copies start at $17 (which also include the digital versions). For big spenders, there’s also a $61 tier which bundles together all of the books’ variant covers. It’s worth noting that the physical books are shipping from Australia, so unless you dodge drop bears on your way to work or pronounce “beer” as “Foster’s”, the digital option may be the most economically viable fit for you.

Interested? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full Replicator Indiegogo page here.

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