Super Fighting Robot… “Eternal Armor!” (Crowdfunding Spotlight)
A few weeks ago, independent comic book creator Wyatt Holliday launched a crowdfunding campaign for Eternal Armor, a an all-new, 64-page, black & white graphic novel. Inspired by Japanese sentai and kaiju stories, Eternal Armor promises “64 pages of giant robot action.”
Here’s the brief plot synopsis taken from the Eternal Armor Indiegogo campaign page:
Two decades ago, a fisherman and his son discovered the mysterious robot while on the lake. Scientists recovered the colossus and a pilot used the robot to save the world a decade later. Now, dark forces return to Earth, where the secrets of an age-old conflict will be revealed on the final battleground.
Backers can get a copy of Eternal Armor for $25. If you have more cash to spend, you can also pick up multiple copies of the book, variant covers, a t-shirt, trading cards, poster prints, sketch cards, and a retro lunch box. You can also add on copies of Wyatt Holliday’s previous books Ardanna and Rocket Gal. It is worth noting that there is an additional shipping charge starting at $10 for those in the United States.
The campaign is already fully funded, so now all that Mr. Holliday has to worry about is stretch goals and fulfillment, and there’s still a full 30 days left to buy into the project at the time of this writing.
Interested? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full Eternal Armor Indiegogo campaign page here.
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