Morgan Quaid’s “Shadow’s Daughter” Now In-Demand on Indiegogo (Crowdfunding Spotlight)
Independent comic book creator Morgan Quaid recently launched a crowdfunding campaign for Shadow’s Daughter, which includes a two-part miniseries and four separate one-shot comics. The campaign is now in-demand, having reached its initial funding goal in May.
Inspired by Japanese manga books, Shadow’s Daughter is a supernatural crime story featuring a heroine who can manipulate shadows.
Here’s the official breakdown of the project from the Shadow’s Daughter Indiegogo campaign page:
Shadow’s Daughter is a supernatural, post-apocalyptic comic set in a world beset by preternatural beings and natural disasters which coincide with the rising of the demon moon. The comic features a strong female lead who possesses the ability to manipulate shadow as a physical object.
At its heart, this story is a crime/mystery narrative with supernatural/post-apocalyptic elements. The comic features a mix of intense dialogue, introspective discovery, and bursts of action whilst steadily introducing a group of core characters that surround Summer.
Backers can get a digital version of Shadow’s Daughter issue 1 for approximately $6 US (converted from Australian dollaridoos), while physical copies start at approximately $11. If you’re interested in the full run of all six books, that package will run you $22 while physical copies of the books start at approximately $40. There are other bonus items available, too, some of which are bundled into the larger packages:
- Multiple copies of the book
- A behind the scenes PDF
- A digital soundtrack
- PDF copy of Sword of Sorrows by Ilhan Bartel
- The chance to co-write a spinoff story with Morgan Quaid
It is also worth noting that there is an additional shipping charge starting at approximately $7 for backers in the United States. (Printing is planned in both the US and Australia)
Interested? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full Shadow’s Daughter Indiegogo campaign page here.
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