“Graveyard Shift Vol. III” Indiegogo Campaign Ends Big

On Monday, the crowdfunding campaign for Graveyard Shift Vol. III ended successfully, raising 53091% of its original goal (not a typo) for a total of more than $265 thousand. At those totals, almost all of the campaign’s stretch goals were met, meaning several additional bonuses will be coming to the backers of the project.

Co-Created by Jon Malin and Mark Poulton, and this time featuring artwork by Aaron Alfeche, Graveyard Shift is a horror-themed superhero book described as “the Universal Monsters meets the X-Men.”

To mark the closing of the Indiegogo campaign, Jon Malin joined a ridiculously long livestream hosted by Cyberfrog creator Ethan Van Sciver, which you can watch below.

Did you miss out on the Graveyard Shift crowdfunding campaign? You’re out of luck, for now. Unlike many other independent comic book projects on Indiegogo, Graveyard Shift is notorious for not going “in-demand”. There will almost certainly be options to catch up on earlier books when Volume IV launches, or there’s always eBay if you simply can’t wait.

Congratulations to Malin, Poulton, Alfeche, and the rest of the Graveyard Shift team.


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