Kaiju Epic, Soon from BDI - Comics for Sinners


Published on January 31st, 2017 | by Richard Boom


Kaiju Epic, Soon from BDI

BIG DOG INK is returning to the world of Kickstarter with a BRAND NEW title! Kaiju Epic! is a project that has been developing for some time, and Tom finally found his co-writer to help bring this EPIC new comic book and world to life! Kari Castor, co-writer of Shahrazad, is on board for this all new story that takes place across the globe!

This large scale story requires a large scale comic, and Big Dog Ink is designing this to be an EPIC 48 page book with two chapters. First, the Purification begins in the Gulf of Mexico as long lost Bermeja Island reappears and a celebration is scheduled. But Tom doesn’t stop there, as China is shown to be connected to the prophecies of the end of the age of man…and to the goings on at Bermeja Island!

Kari Castor takes her portion of the story to London, England where a self-styled eco warrior is about to find out that there are some species that don’t belong roaming the Earth!

The Kickstarter campaign launches officially February 18, 2017 during the AZ Eventure Con in Phoenix AZ! but you don’t have to attend the show to support the project! Watch for updates and YOUR OFFICIAL PREVIEW LINK in upcoming updates! Artists and writers are already working hard as you can see by the cover by Renato Rei featuring one of our lead characters, Scarlette! Much more to come so be sure to follow us on Facebook and watch for updates on Tom’s new website theplaceformystuff.com

We need everyone’s help to get the BDI brand back in the public eye and push it forward so we can get not only new titles to you, but return to our previous storylines as well! Every one of you matter to the success of Big Dog Ink, and we are proud to have you on board!

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About the Author

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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