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Kickstarter Spotlight: B-Squad: Soldiers Of Misfortune
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B-Squad : Soldiers of MisfortuneB-Squad: Soldiers of Misfortune
Project Type: Comic
Funding Goal: $3,000
End Date: August 31, 2013

B-Squad: Soldiers of Misfortune is an upcoming comic book series combining action and intrigue amidst a comedic tone. Launched as a Kickstarter campaign on August 1, 2013 from writer Eben E.B. Burgoon (Eben07: Covert Custodian) and illustrator Lauren Monardo (Venture Bros.), the creators have already met their goal for the first issue from multiple backers; however, Burgoon and Monardo still need your help to fund subsequent issues.

B-Squad follows the misadventures and exploits of a rag-tag team of mercenaries forced into all sorts of unfortunate mayhem; but there’s a catch: not everyone will make it to the end of the series. Each issue will see the death of one of the team members, while new characters will also be introduced within each issue, ensuring a fresh and unsuspecting progression.

Continue below to learn more and watch a video about the project.

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Comic Review Exclusive: Jesus Hates Zombies:
Yea, Though I Walk, Vol. 1
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Dr. Geek, Ph.D.   |  
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Jesus Hates Zombies: Yea, Though I Walk, Vol. 1Jesus Hates Zombies: Yea, Though I Walk, Vol. 1
Featuring Lincoln Hates Werewolves
Written & Lettered by Stephen Lindsay
Art by Steve Cobb
Cover by Danilo Beyruth
Alterna Comics
Cover price: $7.95; Available Sept. 2008

I first encountered Jesus Hates Zombies nearly a year ago, when I was asked to review the original Jesus Hates Zombies… and Sasquatch for the final chapter of The Great Zombie Roundup. Looking back at what I wrote then, I see that I struggled with the concept. I thought that the story idea had merit, and that some of the dialog showed great ironic edge (Jesus: “Ever ask yourself ‘how the hell did I get here?’”). With benefit of hindsight, I see that it was too brief of a story to know if Jesus Hates Zombies could fulfill its potential.

Now, nearly a year later, I can definitively say that Jesus Hates Zombies takes a long slow look at its potential and kicks its ass! With a darker, more brooding visual sense (thanks to art by Steve Cobb) and more salty dialog from Stephen Lindsay, this is light years beyond what I read before. This book grabbed me at “hello” and did not let go for forty more pages.

Jesus Hates Zombies: Yea, Though I Walk, Vol. 1The basic plot for Jesus Hates Zombies remains unchanged. Jesus is sent back to an Earth stuck in the middle of a Zombie plague, not to save souls, but to save asses. A small group of true believers still exists in the world and Jesus must find them. Until he does, he is essentially powerless… and has to end the plague one zombie at a time with his trusty baseball bat, Samson.

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