Indiegogo Campaign for Fantasy Adventure “Only Death Can Save Us” Fully Funded in Final Hours

Overnight, Russ Leach’s crowdfunding campaign for Only Death Can Save Us reached its initial funding goal, raising more than $6 thousand at the time of this writing.

Only Death Can Save Us is an 60-page graphic novel stylistically inspired by comics of the Bronze Age era. Created by Russ Leach, Rik Hoskin and Tim Quinn.

Here’s the official plot synopsis taken book’s Indiegogo campaign page:

Only Death Can Save Us is a Bronze Age-inspired, cosmic, fantasy romp, bringing together action and pathos as the ancient elemental known as Death leaps from his ethereal retirement to help a young soul protect her loved ones, her world… and even existence itself!

With a vast cosmic backdrop framing a fledgling friendship, a dramatic chase and confrontation takes centre stage. This world runs deep with cosmic and ancient mythologies constantly crossing streams, focusing on the titanic struggle between order and chaos!

Dying inside because you missed out on the initial crowdfunding period? Don’t beat yourself up. Leach has extended the Only Death Can Save Us campaign for another 30 days, so there’s still time to buy into the project if you don’t wait too long.

Backers can get a copy of Only Death Can Save Us for £20 (that’s about $26). If you have more cash to spend, you can also pick up multiple copies of the book, art prints, and original artwork.

Dying to check it out? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the Only Death Can Save Us Indiegogo page here.


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