Jakob Morris’ Supernatural Noire “Necromancer: Faith Militant” Now on Indiegogo

Earlier this week, independent comic book creator Jakob Morris launched a crowdfunding campaign for Necromancer: Faith Militant, a 48-page supernatural noire graphic novel set in a cyberpunk-inspired universe.

Written by Morris and illustrated by Ibai Canales (Iron Sights, The Abductables), Faith Militant is the follow-up to Necromancer: Tombstone Blues, which was successfully crowdfunded in 2019. Unlike its predecessor, however, Faith Militant will feature full color illustrations.

Here’s the official plot synopsis taken from the Necromancer: Faith Militant Indiegogo campaign page:

In the far away realm on Necromancers, there is only war.

In this 48 page story the Necromancer, Pierre Moriarty, has had his home country of Aquitaine invaded by the forces of Austery, spearheaded by the Faith Militant of his Holy Kaiser’s Inquisition of Austery. Pierre must gather the Janissaries, one of the fiercest warriors of Necropolis, and defend what little of his homeland remains untouched by the Faith Militant.

Backers can get a digital version of Faith Militant for $12, while physical copies start at $25 (the physical tier also comes with the digital version included).

This is a lean, mean campaign with no variant covers, bonus tiers, or add-on purchases. It’s just a book, bitch! It is worth noting that there is an additional shipping charge of $7 for those in the United States.

Interested? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full Necromancer: Faith Militant Indiegogo campaign page here.

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