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Sunday May 6, 2012 3:39 pm
Kickstarter: Soulless by Logan Giannini & George Kambadais
“When you wake up in a morgue drawer with a hole in your chest the size of a cantaloupe, it's only natural to have certain questions.”
Now that’s a first sentence that grabs my attention and it’s from writer Logan Giannini in his pitch for Soulless, a new Kickstarter project that’s illustrated by a friend of mine, George Kambadais.
Neill is the star of Soulless and after waking up in the morgue he sets out to uncover not just himself but what happened to him as well.
As Neill searches, according to writer Giannini, he “learns a great deal about the true nature of the people around him, from his girlfriend Sarah (who, it would seem, didn't exactly wait for Neill to be dead to start seeing other guys), to Neill's vampire friend Bradley (a name he hates), to a young ghost girl (with questions of her own) who's accompanied by a large gorilla and a parrot...”
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Morgue? Vampire? Gorilla? Parrot?
This sounds exactly like the kind of nifty indie comic I want to read, and George’s art is simply terrific. It’s a comic style with just enough edge to draw me in.
If you read the promo material and look at the pictures, I think you’ll agree it’s hard to resist the pull of Soulless. Plus Ben Templesmith (30 Days of Night, Silent Hill) will be doing the cover.
[Artwork: Soulless by Logan Giannini and George Kambadais]
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