Indiegogo Campaign for Dystopian Sci-Fi Comic “EYVA” Ends Successfully; Still Available In-Demand

On Wednesday, the crowdfunding campaign for EYVA ended successfully, raising nearly $7 thousand by the end of the crowdfunding period.

Written by Annas Iskander and featuring illustrations by Timothy Green II, EYVA is a 28-page, cyberpunk/sci-fi comic book set in a dystopian future where freedoms are restricted if they fall outside of proscribed norms established by the Mainframe’s protocols.

Here’s the official breakdown of EYVA from the book’s Indiegogo campaign page:

“EYVA is a cyberpunk comic series based on a love of 80s sci-fi and fantasy fiction. The story is based in the Ardent Nation, a stylised, technological utopia set in the 23rd century. However, all is not what it seems. Individuality and privacy are rare commodities that only the governing elite are privileged to.

“Imagine, if you will, social media becoming the governing body of a surviving nation. Everything about you, what you do and what you say from the day you were born, is automatically streamed onto your timeline. This is then monitored by a authoritarian regime known as Mainframe.”

Bummed that you missed out on the crowdfunding campaign? Don’t sweat it. Like many other Indiegogo campaigns, the crowdfunding page has transitioned to an in-demand store, so you can still buy into the project for a limited time.

Backers can get a digital version of EYVA for about $3, while physical copies start at $5.* If you have more money to spend, there are also options for additional copies of the book, a variant cover, postcards, original artwork, an EYVA drawstring bag, and a PDF book of behind-the-scenes bonus content.

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

*Converted from British pounds.

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