The Pageau Brothers’ “God’s’Dog: Monster” Raises $100k on Indiegogo

I hate it when I feel like I’ve already covered something, but then I can’t seem to find it anywhere on the site.

That is certainly the case with the Pageau Brothers’ God’s’Dog: Monster, though it’s quite possible that the odd use of apostrophes in the title are throwing off my searches.

Bah! Anyway… in an effort to not let this one slip by, God’s’Dog: Monster is an upcoming graphic novel series by Jonathan and Matthieu Pageau, and the first volume in the series is currently being crowdfunded via Indiegogo (here).

The campaign is already a massive success, having raised more than $100 thousand at the time of this writing. Saints be praised!

Originally conceived as a screenplay and later written as a novel by Matthieu Pageau, God’s’Dog: Monster retells the story of the dog-headed Saint Christopher with additional mythological and fantasy elements such as giants, dragons and warrior saints tossed in to spice things up.

Backers can get a digital version of God’s’Dog: Monster for $20, while hardcover physical copies start at $30. If you have more money to spend (can it be considered a tithe?), you can also pick up the following:

  • Multiple copies of the book
  • Signed copies of the book
  • Signed art prints
  • A behind-the-scenes supplemental book
  • Original artwork

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

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