Sci-fi action comic “Replicator Remastered” now on Indiegogo
On Friday, independent comic book creator Rob Arnold launched a crowdfunding campaign for Replicator Remastered, a 28-page comic book reprinting Replicator issue 1 with new covers, updated colors and lettering, one extra story page and other additional content. The book is written by Arnold and featuring illustrations by Armin Ozdic, colors by Ross. A Campbell and letters by Marshall Dillon.
There’s also options to pick up Replicator issue 2, so you can fully catch up on everything Replicator with a single transaction. Issue 2 is also written by Arnold and features illustrations by Aaron Alfeche (Jawbreakers: GØD-K1NG), colors by DC Alonso and letters by Marshall Dillon.
But what is Replicator all about? Here’s the pitch taken from the book’s Indiegogo campaign page:
What if a villainous corporation built their own private x-men?
REPLICATOR is 56 pages over two glorious full-colour issues featuring amazing action and mind-blowing visuals.
Human experimentation, super-soldiers, mutants, and mechanical robots collide in a disease-ravaged England.
The Red Death is responsible for the death of millions with one scientist of the verge of a cure. When the scientist goes missing, what will her husband be prepared to do to get her back? What is he willing to become?
*The artwork is finished, with only lettering remaining. The books done, all we need is for you to get your copy.*
Backers can get a physical copy of Replicator Remastered (with a digital version included) for $15. If you have more cash to spend, you can also pick up a additional copies of the book, signed copies, poster prints, variant covers, a limited misprint edition, and of course Replicator issue 2.
The best part? These books are largely finished, with only some lettering and other finishing touches left to complete. That means the wait time should be relatively brief for a crowdfunding project.
Interested? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full Replicator Remastered Indiegogo campaign page here.