Published on June 8th, 2021 | by Richard Boom


Zoop Is crowdfunding 2.0 and launches Scarlett Couture

No, this is not the TV-series from the Netherlands with that amazing Nicolette van Dam starring and being basically a soap-series in a zoo. NOPE!!


This is when you re-create the Crowdfunding-experience and add webstore-features before checking out. And that is one of the best user experience minded changes which is long over due. And for creators it is even more fun, because inhouse options are immense!

As the PR on Firstcomicnews stated ” Founded by Jordan Plosky (founder of ComicBlitz,(acquired by Cinedigm)) and Eric Moss (former head of Business Development at IDW Publishing and Project Manager of the #1 comics crowdfunding campaign of all time), with Kickstarter’s former comics outreach lead Camilla Zhang serving as Advisor, Zoop redefines crowdfunding for the fandom community (comics, collectibles, games, more) by introducing a streamlined and intuitive interface with features like a la carte rewards and comics-friendly formatting. Zoop is a concierge service for creators, handling everything campaign-related from start to finish, including campaign setup and management, pledge management, production, fulfillment, marketing and more

And they bring in the big guns, with Ron Marz and Sam Haine, but also with C4S-idol DES TAYLOR!!

Yes, the guy behind one of the slickest pop-art you can ever imagine, is joining ZOOP and launching his new Scarlett Couture series this month!

yes we are biased…. so what 🙂
That does not mean you should not check out the amazing Slow City Blues, right NOW!!
Cause it is one amazing story with lovely art, for sure! Never seen a story like this!

But till the folks of ZOOP come up with some nice press releases, and some nice collage of image material, we at C4S are sticking with Des Taylor’s Scarlett Couture 🙂

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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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