Published on June 20th, 2017 | by Richard Boom


Checker BPG Floods The World With Superheroes Following the 2044 RPG

Checker Book Publishing Group has released 70 new images from a projected total of 700 images to appear in the game.

Superhero 2044 was the first comic book themed role playing game at the dawn of the role-playing industry and the artists that Checkerbook is bringing to the table are impressive: Sean Chen, Herb Trimpe, Jamie Tyndale, Ernie Chan, Daniel Kamarudin, Bob McLeod and dozens more…

“Our goal is to upgrade the entire system and game to be the pinnacle of super hero gaming art included”, said Publisher Mark Thompson. “To bring back a legend is no easy task and today’s art in every aspect of pop culture is drop dead gorgeous. We know we have to bring our A-game. We were well into production when I had to put the company on hold to take care of my family. Much of the production is already complete and it’s all way too awesome to keep to myself.”

Superhero 2044 will be crowdfunding production for both a role playing game and card game based on the world. The first campaign should launch in August 2017.

Contact sheets are attached while normal sized imagery will be available for viewing and dissemination on Checker BPG Social Media outlets located on Facebook, Twitter , Tweet-feed, Deviant Art, Pinterest (yet to come) and Instagram (yet to come).

More information can be found here:

About Checker BPG:
Checker BPG is a graphic novel publisher that published nearly one hundred graphic novels from 2001 to 2013. Checker BPG launched titles with such high profile licenses as Star Trek, X-Files, Flash Gordon, and Clive Barker to name a few. The publisher put the company on hiatus after the death of his fiancé, father, uncle, and the cancer diagnosis and death of his sister in 2015.
Superhero 2044 will hit fans in 2018 as both an RPG and card game.

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Richard is the driving force behind Comics for Sinners. His love and admiration for female comic book characters is virtually unparalleled, which immediately explains his biggest 'sin': his Hot Mummy fetish. This sketchbook theme is philogynistic in nature and even the source of his WIP comic book series "The Sisterhood".

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