Jason Bascom’s “Frog G” Leaps Onto Indiegogo

You remind me of the babe. – What babe? – The babe with the power – What power? – The power of voodoo. – Who do? You do. – Do what? – Remind me of the babe…

Over the weekend, independent comic book creator Jason Bascom launched a crowdfunding campaign for Frog G, an all-new, 48-page fantasy adventure.

The project is already fully funded, having raised more than $8 thousand at the time of this writing.

Written and illustrated by Bascom (Absolute), Frog G is described as a blend of Hellboy and Spider-Man, though I’d add in a bit of Bill Willingham’s Fables if you ask me… but I suppose that nobody did… ask me, that is.

Here’s the official pitch taken from the Frog G Indiegogo campaign page:

Frog G: Voodoo, gods, and Magic

Transformed into a frog by a voodoo priestess, our hero makes a covenant with Death itself to slay a god! Wandering the abyss on this perilous quest, his only drive to regain his humanity and win back the woman he loves!

Backers can get a copy of Frog G for $25. If you have more greenbacks to spend, you can also receive the following tchotchkes and extras:

  • Multiple copies of the book
  • Variant covers
  • A Frog G supplemental book
  • Original artwork
  • The chance to have your likeness drawn into the final book

It is also worth noting that there is an additional shipping charge starting at $10 for those in the United States.

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

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