David Philpott’s Sexy Fantasy Comic “DragonRage” Now on Indiegogo

Not to be confused with an overhyped video game series by Electronic Arts.

Earlier this week, independent comic book creator David Philpott launched a crowdfunding campaign for DragonRage: A Cradle of Embers, an 32-page graphic novel that promises hyper-detailed artwork reminiscent of the glorious 90s era of comics.

Written by Philpott and featuring illustrations by Jimmy Reyes and colors by Andrew Dalhouse (Wonder Woman), DragonRage is described as a “super-sexy fantasy” featuring a shape-shifting girl. Here’s the official plot synopsis taken from the DragonRage Indiegogo campaign page.

…it’s about a girl named Nuri who can turn into a dragon. She was an orphan and a field servant for the kingdom of Blackcliff. Now she’s a young woman, adjusting to a more comfortable lifestyle as a weapon of the monarchy.

But the surrounding kingdoms don’t want to live in the shadow of a dragon. And when Nuri begins to learn the truth about her past, she realizes she may be a danger to the very people she’s trying to protect.

Backers can get a copy of DragonRage for $20. If you have more money to burn, you can also pick up a t-shirt, multiple copies of the book, a black and white artists proof edition, and multiple variant covers including artwork from celebrated comic industry artist David Finch.

Interested? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full DragonRage: A Cradle of Embers Indiegogo campaign page here.


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