Isekai Manga Parody “A High School Girl In The Crusades” Now on Indiegogo (Crowdfunding Spotlight)
Independent author and comic book creator Jon Del Arroz recently launched a crowdfunding campaign for A High School Girl In The Crusades, a 22-page, black and white, manga-style comic. The campaign is already fully funded, having raised more than $4 thousand at the time of this writing.
Written by Del Arroz and featuring illustrations by The Quaff (Shotgun Samurai), A High School Girl In The Crusades is a parody of the isekai (portal) manga genre, which involves a character from earth being transported to a different time, world, or dimension.
Here’s the brief plot synopsis taken from the A High School Girl In The Crusades Indiegogo campaign page:
A High School Girl In The Crusades is a 22-page manga-style isekai parody about a high school girl transported to the crusades (duh!). Art is 100% by The Quaff (Shotgun Samurai, Nuclear Warhead Samurai).
Backers can get a digital version of A High School Girl In The Crusades for $8, while physical copies start at $15. If that’s not enough crusader adventure for you, this campaign also represents a second chance to pick up Del Arroz’s Deus Vult, a 66-page fantasy book about a crusader transported to a dangerous world of demons, this time with a new variant cover.
If you have more cash to spend, you can also receive the following:
- Multiple copies of the book
- Original art sketch
- The chance to have your likeness drawn into the final book
- The Quaff’s Shotgun Samurai book
- Del Arroz’s back catalogue of comic books and novels
It is also worth noting that there is an additional shipping charge starting at $10 for those in the United States.
Ready to reclaim the Holy Land? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full A High School Girl In The Crusades Indiegogo campaign page here, or read our previous coverage of Deus Vult here.
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