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“Sovereign” smashes Indiegogo funding goal; transitions to in-demand store for limited time

On New Year’s Day, the crowdfunding campaign for new the anime-inspired graphic novel Sovereign came to a close, raising nearly 180% of its original goal for a total over $21 thousand. Sovereign is a 48-page science-fiction tale by Andrew Huerta heavily inspired by the anime art of Masami Ōbari and Akira “Akiman” Yasuda. Did you get wasted on New Year’s

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Stan Lee’s legacy of pushing boundaries and freedom of expression

There’s several memorials to the late, great Stan Lee at the moment, but as is often the case, the outspoken RazörFist highlights several of Lee’s lesser-known contributions to western culture, including his history with pushing back against the restrictions of the Comics Code Authority, pioneering anime in the West, and his dedication to freedom of expression I feel it’s worth

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Anime-inspired comic “Sovereign” launches crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo

Earlier this week, the crowdfunding campaign for Sovereign, a new graphic novel created by Andrew Huerta, went live on Indiegogo. Sovereign is a science-fiction tale heavily inspired by anime art of Masami Ōbari and Akira “Akiman” Yasuda. The Indiegogo campaign will fund a 48-page book intended as the first in a 3-part series. Below is a plot summary taken from

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