Saturday, December 3, 2011

THE END IS TOTALLY NIGH - HELP FUND LOCAL TALENT



Oklahoma indie comic seeking funding for project. Here. Support local artist and creative talent, Kara Barrett,a graphic designer, marketer, and aspiring comic series writer and creator. After several years in the professional design and marketing field, her dream is to one day be able to give up the 9 to 5 office job and do this for a living


It's a girl-meets-apocalypse story filled with demon hordes, quippy banter and more than a few bumpy twists and turns. The End Is Totally Nigh is a comic series that centers around a girl who discovers she suddenly has an unusual ability - the power to exorcise demons. It won't be long before she discovers her demon knack is not quite what it seems.

Issue #1 brings us right into the action with epic battles, demon baddies and a big apocalyptic prophecy. Fun for the entire family, right?

Your generous contribution will pay for professional penciling and inking and beautiful color, cover art.

ALL contributions, large or small, are very much appreciated. Pledge as little as $5 or as much as you want. You will receive some pretty darn cool rewards for whatever kind of contribution you make.  Click here to help.

3 comments:

kmgeissel said...

I find it disappointing that the first email I get from the Oklahoma Writers and Authors site is a begging letter.

Also, being from Norman, you should know that Edmond is spelled with an 'o' not an 'u.' I suspect that this will not be posted on your blog but I just thought I'd pass on my thoughts.

MARILYN A. HUDSON, MLIS said...

I am so sorry you were disappointed that all creative talent is being showcased - even those who may need some support. Not all may have the advantages of patronage, government or private funds to achieve their dreams. They seek creative answers to challenges. Also, this site is not Oklahoma Writers and Authors. THAT blog is located at www.okwriters.blogspot.com.

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