The Last Arrival IV

A project in London, UK by Daniel A. Prim

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Our heroes go to extreme lengths to avoid mass extinction, even entering the subconscious of death itself.
Backers: 73
Average Pledge Per Backer: £21

Funded: £1,568 of £1,000
Dates: Jan 30th -> Feb 17th (18 days)
Project By: Daniel A. Prim
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Latest News

We did it! Thank you very much! Winners of the alt cover

February 17th - via:
Thank you for funding this dream project! I don't say this often as I want the series to speak for itself and not make it about me, but The Last Arrival is my dream project and you are making that dream possible. You don't know how much I appreciate... (Read More)

Last stretch goal busted! Last hours!

February 16th - via:
Dear backer, We are nearing the last hours of this campaign and I just wanted to thank you for your amazing support! I cannot ask for better fans and for those new, who haven't experienced The Last Arrival before, I can promise you this series will... (Read More)

Stretch Goal#2 Busted! Colouring book madness!

February 9th - via:
Stretch Goal#2 Busted! Colouring book backers will get an exclusive page from issue 5. It's non-spoilery don't worry :) There is 1 week left of our campaign, so it's time to put things into last gear! Scroll down to see how you can win an alternate... (Read More)

First stretch goal busted - Speeding up to the second/Giveaway!

February 6th - via:
First Stretch Goal Busted! Sticker backers get 2 sticker sheets! And we are already speeding up to the next Stretch Goal, which has my favourite extra item in it! GIVEAWAY We are giving away 3 copies of alternative covers for The Last Arrival III to... (Read More)

Recommendations - Giving back to the community

February 2nd - via:
Recommendations I backed these campaigns below, please check them out! THE TUNNEL UNDER THE WORLD 8 HOURS TO GO! First published in 1955 in Galaxy magazine, “The tunnel under the world” by Frederik Pohl is a terrific science fiction account about... (Read More)

Funded! First Stretch Goal at £1200

January 31st - via:
We've been funded, thank you! I realized I've made a lot of updates in one go, especially if you've been part of our other projects, but here is something I really want to stress so I must repeat it so it won't be missed. A lot of you pledged a lot... (Read More)

Thank you for this amazing first day - "I see you"

January 31st - via:
Welcome back and thank you for this amazing first day You never know how these things will go as far as the relaunching of a project, but you guys came through for me. A lot of you pledged a lot more money than last time, and I see you and I thank... (Read More)

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