Keung Lee’s “Battle Maiden Knuckle Bomb” Sequel is Live – and Already Fully Funded – on Indiegogo

Over the weekend, independent comic book creator Keung Lee launched a crowdfunding campaign for Battle Maiden Knuckle Bomb #2, the 64-page follow-up to 2019’s successful action adventure. Like its predecessor, this sequel is an instant success, having already crushed its original funding goal for a total of more than $13 thousand at the time of this writing.

Written and illustrated by Lee, Battle Maiden Knuckle Bomb is described as “superhero comic meets martial arts battle manga with unapologetic sex appeal.” Here’s the official plot synopsis taken from the book’s Indiegogo campaign page.

In the last issue of Battle Maiden Knuckle Bomb…

Saaya Volkova, ramen shop waitress by day, high kicking karate girl by nature, finds herself caught within a web of deception when her uncle, Dr. Albert Vogel, is attacked by a group of armed mercenaries led by a hulking wall of muscle called Brecher.

Shot in the back, Saaya is fatally wounded. Vogel’s hand is forced as he administers an experimental mutagen in an attempt to save Saaya’s life. The Godhand Serum enhances the body and bestows the subject with a Vagary – a mysterious power unique to each subject. Saaya’s explosive power manifests and takes out half of the facility in the process.

Coming to grips with her new body and abilities, Saaya fights to protect her uncle from the Black Sun Mercenaries and to live to see tomorrow!

Backers can get a copy of Battle Maiden Knuckle Bomb #2 for $25. If you’ve got more cash to spend, you can also pick up a bonus digest-sized book which features story and supplemental artwork.

Interested? You can take a look at some sample artwork below or visit the full Battle Maiden Knuckle Bomb #2 Indiegogo campaign page here.


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