Indiegogo Campaign for “Replicator” Issue 3 Closes at $32k; Still Available In-Demand
Overnight, the crowdfunding campaign for issue 3 of Replicator closed successfully, raising more than $32 thousand from 516 backers.
Replicator #3 is a 32-page sci-fi comic written by Rob Arnold and featuring illustrations by William War Reyes and Chis Arieswendha, colors by Corey Barton and lettering by the prolific Eric Weathers.
Several of the book’s creators celebrated with a nine-hour, close-out livestream, which you can watch below.
Sad that you missed out on the crowdfunding campaign? Don’t let it get you down. Like many other Indiegogo campaigns, the Replicator’s crowdfunding page has now transitioned to an in-demand store, so you can still buy into the project for a limited time.
Backers can get a copy of Replicator #3 for $16 USD (converted from Australian dollars). If you have more money to spend, you can also pick up multiple copies of the book, variant covers, original artwork, and issues 1 & 2 of Replicator if you need to catch up.
You can check out the Replicator 3 Indiegogo page here. If you’re still on the fence, we recently reviewed the first two issues of Replicator here (our contributor George Travlos rather liked it).
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