Published on May 14th, 2013 | by Richard Boom
N.A.S Launches Indiegogo For Abaddon
As humanity prospers and kingdoms grow, the balance of good and evil shifts into chaos when the demon Syria escapes from the dark bowels of Hell. Back on Earth, the Sumerian city of Larsa begins to consume itself as a demonic plague begins to spread at an overwhelming rate. Its defending warriors desperately strive to maintain their existence, and ensure their survival, by coming together. They overcome great odds as they fight for their lives, caught in the war between Heaven and Hell.
David Sandoval, the founder of N.A.S is here to ask for funding help in making the first issue of “The Tribulations of Abaddon” a reality. The journey to produce this fantastic tale has been a long one. He has been working on T.O.A. for a few years, and in the process of development he came together with a fantastic team of artists who have helped him create this labor of love.
David has been personally funding the creative production of this book, but he can’t do it alone — and producing the physical comic is a financial challenge in itself. He’s looking forward to getting this story out to comic fans everywhere, so he can show everyone what an epic adventure he’s created. David hopes to find enough support to make this a successful Kickstarter and make the book happen.
The Indiegogo funding will be used to help pay for the interior sequential art, which includes: pencils by Kris Cagle, inks by Juan Albarran, colors by Tommy Shelton, lettering by Kel Nuttall, post-production graphic design by Raymond Dowaliby, and the printing and Distribution of T.O.A. #1.
– Exclusive Cover by: Patrick Blaine, Jonathan Glapion Steve Firchow
– Exclusive (4) Connecting Covers by: Kevin Conrad, Patrick Blaine, Richard Bonk, Jonathan Glapion, Kris Cagle and Thomas Mason
– Limited Cover by: Paolo Pantalena and Nei Ruffino
Two of the challenges David worries most about is scheduling and deadlines. The entire team is working hard to have the book completed and in print by August 2013. To avoid any chance of delays and get the book into everyone’s hands on time, they’ve decided to work nonstop until it is finished for all the backers.