Submarine Treehouse Launches “Elixir: The Last Days of Death” to Instant Success

Over the weekend, Submarine Treehouse launched a crowdfunding campaign for Elixir issue 1: The Last Days of Death, a 36-page comic book intended as the first issue of a 16 issue maxi-series.

The project is already fully funded, having raised 156 percent of its initial funding goal at the time of this writing. The book celebrated the launch on Michael Bancroft’s YouTube channel, which you can watch here.

Written by Arman Nasim and featuring illustrations by Pak Kwan and colors by Rain Beredo, Elixir is a fantasy monster book where the heroes confront the greatest monster of all… Death itself.

Here’s the official pitch taken from the Elixir issue 1: The Last Days of Death Indiegogo campaign page:

Backers can get a digital version of Elixir issue 1: The Last Days of Death for $10, while physical copies (along with a digital PDF) start at $15. If you have more cash to spend, you can also receive the following tchotchkes and extras:

  • Multiple copies of the book
  • Variant covers
  • A blank sketch cover
  • A metal cover edition
  • An ashcan-sized book
  • T-Shirt
  • A collector’s box
  • Your name on “Thank You” page

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 Elixir issue 1: The Last Days of Death Indiegogo campaign page here.

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