Mystery horror graphic novel “Hexcraft Mechanics” fully funded; still available in-demand

On Monday, the crowdfunding campaign for Nathyn Brendan Masters’ mystery/horror graphic novel Hexcraft Mechanics ended successfully. Written and illustrated by Masters, Hexcraft Mechanics is a 56-page spinoff from the Victor Locke: Demon Noir and Epitaph Bread and Salt movie and comic book projects.

Here’s the plot summary taken from the Hexcraft Mechanics campaign page:

The Talbane family is thrown into turmoil after their daughter’s private jet explodes on take off. Occultist and telepath Ashen Yu uses this time of grief as a perfect opportunity to seek membership in The Rise of Magic. Demon hunter Victor Locke takes down a Neo Nephilim gang and is warned about an Adze vampire seeking revenge for the death of her lover. 

As Damious is taken deeper into the Sisterhood of Lilith’s incredible library of tomes, an ex Sisterhood breeder named Rahaab seeks to escape their clutches. While all this is happening Dracula and Lady Bathory declare war on Chicago’s supernatural community for their role in the decimation of the city’s last, major Vampire Alliance.

Bummed that you missed out on the crowdfunding period? Worry not! The Hexcraft Mechanics Indiegogo campaign page has transitioned to an in-demand store, so you can still buy into the project for a limited time.

Backers can get a signed copy of Hexcraft Mechanics along with a poster print for $25. If you’ve got extra money to spend, you can pick up some extra perks including additional copies of the book, a variant cover, original artwork, and copies of both the Victor Locke: Demon Noir and Epitaph: Bread and Salt graphic novels.

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

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