Supernatural Horror & Sorcery Return in “Spectress Sabanion” Issue 4 (Crowdfunding Spotlight)
A few months ago, independent comic book creator Kurt Zauer launched a crowdfunding campaign for Spectress Sabanion issue 4, a 36-page supernatural adventure.
The project is fully funded and still in its in-demand stage, as we somehow missed it during the initial funding period.
Written by Zauer and featuring illustrations by Topper Helmers and colors by Wesley Wong, Spectress Sabanion is described as a “unique story with ghosts, Egyptian mythology, magic, demons, military tough guys, exorcists and more.”
Here’s the official plot synopsis taken from the Spectress Sabanion Indiegogo in-demand page:
Spectress & Sabanion is a supernatural horror story about Aneksi (AKA Spectress), the ghost of Cleopatra’s top assassin.
Aneksi died defending Cleopatra against the Romans and has lived as a ghost for centuries. Over time, she’s learned to rejoin the world of the living. She is at the cusp of finding purpose in the modern world… but she is bound by an ancient curse to a demon named Sabanion.
As Aneksi pushes more into the world of the living, she must drag Sabanion with her.
Backers can get a copy of Spectress Sabanion issue 4 for $18. If you have more money to spend, you can also pick up the following:
- Multiple copies of the book
- Several variant covers (I like the one by Mog Park)
- A metallic cover
- Remarqued covers with original sketches
- Previous issues of Spectress Sabanion in both physical and digital format
- A digital preview issue #0
- A digital sample of Ruxy Vampire
- A metallic tarot card
- Original artwork
- A 9.8 graded copy of Spectress Sabanion issue 1
It is also worth noting that the book is printed in the United States, and there is no additional shipping charge for US backers. In addition, all physical rewards will be bagged (yes?), boarded (yes!) and shipped in a Gemini mailer (YASSSSS!).
Interested? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the Spectress Sabanion in-demand page here.
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