John Celestri’s “Bloodwing Angel” Now on Indiegogo (Crowdfunding Spotlight)

Veteran animator John Celestri recently launched a crowdfunding campaign for Bloodwing Angel, a 52-page graphic novel that began life as web comic.

Written and illustrated by Celestri (He-Man, The Star Wars Christmas Special), Bloodwing Angel is a supernatural fantasy inspired by the book of Job (it’s in the Bible, ya’ heathens!).

Here’s the official pitch taken from the Bloodwing Angel Indiegogo campaign page:

Ever feel like the Gods are playing with you? Like you’re a pawn in a cosmic game? Well, that’s what happens to Mychal the Bloodwing Angel!

Transformed into both female and male form, Mychal is unjustly banished to the mortal realm and struggles to survive amongst demons and living dead! Along the way, Mychal becomes the guardian angel to a neighborhood filled with killers and sinners.

Backers can get a digital version of Bloodwing Angel for $5, while physical copies start at $10. For those with more cash to spend, you can also snag signed copies of the book, an enamel pin, poster, trading card, poster, or an original sketch of Mychal. It is also worth noting that there is an additional shipping charge starting at $7 for those in the United States.

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

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