Remember Graham Nolan’s “Alien Alamo” Now on Indiegogo

On Tuesday, veteran comic book artist and Bane co-creator Graham Nolan launched a crowdfunding campaign for Alien Alamo, a sci-fi tale with a Texan twist!

Written and illustrated by Nolan, Alien Alamo is a sci-fi adventure that exists in the larger Chenoo universe. Here’s the official plot synopsis taken from the Alien Alamo Indiegogo campaign page:

It’s 1957 and the Russians have just launched Sputnik into orbit. The world was changing and WWII veteran Travis Houston was struggling to adapt.

All Travis wanted when he mustered out of the Marine Corps, at the end of WWll, was some peace and quiet and a safe place to raise his son, James, but the horrors he experienced in the Pacific, and the death of his wife, have left him empty and distant.

The meteor shower changed all that. Only it wasn’t a meteor shower. It was an invasion. Creatures from another world want ours, and the only thing standing between them and us is a man, a boy, and his dog.

The Houstons are vastly outnumbered, but they are Texans and they have each other…so the odds might just be even.

Backers can get a digital version of Alien Alamo for $15, while physical copies start at $25. If you have more cash to spend, you can also pick up some variant covers, original artwork, and the chance to have your likeness drawn into the final product. There are also tiers that include some of Nolan’s previous independent work, including The Chenoo and Monster Island.

Interested? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full Alien Alamo Indiegogo campaign page here.


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