Massacre at the Comic Shop

A project in Homewood, IL by Nick Ulanowski

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A horror novel about a comic shop owner, his friends and regular customers and a masked, toxic fan killing them off with a chainsaw.
Backers: 58
Average Pledge Per Backer: $32

Funded: $1,833 of $1,000
Dates: Mar 27th -> Apr 26th (30 days)
Project By: Nick Ulanowski
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Only 15 hours left!

April 25th - via:
Hello, dear readers. There are only 15 hours left to this Kickstarter! So please make sure you have your credit cards locked, loaded and ready to go. Also - Be on the lookout for your Kickstarter survey. I'm sending them out next week. It'll ask you... (Read More)

Last stretch goal made! MatCC added to my Etsy store

April 21st - via:
Hello, dear readers. There are only FOUR DAYS LEFT to this campaign. For those who've already pledged - I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Make sure to have your credit cards locked and loaded on the morning of April 26. Because that's when... (Read More)

Vampire prints!

April 16th - via:
Hello, dear readers. Kristin Palmer painted a vampire to illustrate my poem” Garlic Soup for the Soul” in my first book,” As the Moonlight Shines.” Because the second stretch goal was made, everyone pledging $25 or more will receive a 5" x 7"... (Read More)

First Stretch Goal has been made!

April 9th - via:
Happy Easter, everyone! A free poster has been unlocked for everyone pledging 25 dollars or more.    Quick reminder that your Kickstarter pledged can be modified. So, if you want to get in on these stretch goal rewards, you can select a different... (Read More)

I’m gonna be honest with you.

April 8th - via:
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Funded! Also, a couple other things...

April 2nd - via:
Massacre at the Comic Shop is funded! Now onto stretch goals. I'm hoping to break a few of them. And with that, there will be some rewards for you guys. Also, I was interviewed on the new episode of Apollo City Comics. I talk about Massacre at the... (Read More)

Haunting, Hell, Fatherhood and C2E2

March 30th - via:
Hello, dear readers. I'm popping on your feed and in your emails to tell you about three great campaigns that are running simultaneously to mine. The Kickstarter for Haunting: On The Run is currently in progress. Haunting was my favorite comic I read... (Read More)

Good start, but...

March 29th - via:
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