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ComixTribe SCAM Ultimate Collection on Kickstarter

What a better place to have superpowers than in Vegas? That’s what ComixTribe’s mini-series SCAM was about, but now you can find out all about it in their Ultimate Collection!

 

The SCAM mini-series started in January 2012 and was a sell-out. This was a big help for ComixTribe. They were able to land a Diamond distribution deal and get SCAM released around the world. Now, there’s a Kickstarter to help ComixTribe collect the entire mini-series into a deluxe over-sized hardcover that is 144 pages long. This hardcover will also include 100 more pages of never-before-released set of 15 SCAM stories in their own SCAMthology!

 

SCAM Mini-Series

 

There is quite in impressive line-up of creators who took part in SCAMthology. This includes Alex Cormack, Alex Diotto, Joe Eisma (Morning Glories), Ryan K. Lindsay (Fatherhood, Ghost Town) Amy Chu (Girls Night Out), Brian Shearer (GI Joe, William the Last), Nick Pitarra (Manhattan Projects) and Kirk Manley (Z-Girl: Odyssey).

 

 

The goal of the Kickstarter is to raise $25,000 but the book has already been completed and over $20,000 have been pledged to the project. To donate and learn more about this ultimate collection, check out their Kickstarter. You can get special gifts the more money you pledge. For instance, if you only pledge $1 or more you get an eight page short story from SCAM, punnily titled “The Nut Job,” in PDF form.

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