“Ailsa Dark” Finale Now on Indiegogo; Fully Funded in Less than One Hour

On Thursday, independent comic book creator William Hazle launched a crowdfunding campaign for the latest issue of Ailsa Dark: Werewolves & Bampots, and it was fully funded in less than an hour. Hot damn!

Written and illustrated by Hazle (Tales of Mystery and Imagination), this third issue brings the Werewolves & Bampots story to a close, but this time, backers can look forward to receiving a girthy, 52-page finale (issues 1 and 2 were both 36 pages).

But what is the book all about? Here’s the official plot synopsis taken from the Ailsa Dark Indiegogo campaign page:

Werewolves are killing their own kind and ghouls are devouring the remains!
The “Children of the Night” are staying in the shadows and keeping quiet… fearful of what’s to come!

A mysterious antagonist is putting all the pieces into place for a deadly game that will culminate in the apocalyptic “Ceremony of the Wolf” and only Ailsa Dark can stop it!

Imagine a city and its people whose only hope for salvation lies within the darkness. This is Ailsa Dark’s Glasgow… “no mean city”… and things are about to get biblical!

Backers can get a digital version of Ailsa Dark issue 3 for $21, while physical copies start at $26. For those with more cash to spend, you can also pick up multiple prints, the two previous issues if you need to catch up, and Ailsa Dark’s “Fear Box”, which includes all manner of swag. If you act fast, you can also score a limited edition “day one” variant cover, which is only available during the first 24 hours of the campaign.

Interested? You can check out some sample artwork below, or visit the full Ailsa Dark: Werewolves and Bampots Indiegogo campaign page here.

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