Attic Door Comics’ “Sister Mercy” is Saving Souls and Dealing Death in Mankind’s Final Days (Crowdfunding Spotlight)

Canadian comic book creator Corey Hardiman recently launched a crowdfunding campaign for Sister Mercy: Paradise Lost, a 120-page collection of the first 4-issue Sister Mercy story arc.

Written by Hardiman and featuring illustrations by Ricardo Silva and colors by Fred Marinho, Sister Mercy is a post-apocalyptic fantasy described as “done in a 90’s grindhouse, exploitative style,” complete with foul language, nudity, and a hearty helping of the old ultra-violence.

Here’s the official plot synopsis taken from the Sister Mercy Indiegogo campaign page:

Welcome to the world of Sister Mercy, where a schizophrenic nun hears the voice of God while trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Like Joan of Arc re-imagined for a much different, more desperate time, Mercy is a sexy, fast paced trip to the final days of humanity. A nightmarish future born of God’s darkest dreams.

Backers can get a digital version of Sister Mercy for approximately $12 USD (converted from Canadian dollars), while physical copies start at approximately $31 USD. If you have more cash to spend, you can also receive the following:

  • Multiple copies of the book
  • Variant covers
  • Naughty nude covers
  • Single issues of Sister Mercy 1-4
  • Original artwork
  • An Art of Sister Mercy supplemental book (digital or physical)

It is also worth noting that there is an additional shipping charge starting at approximately $11 USD for those in the United States.

Interested? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full Sister Mercy: Paradise Lost Indiegogo campaign page here.

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