The Kill Screen is back on Kickstarter, this time looking to raise funds for the production of new book, The Kill Screen: Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost.
Created by Mike Garley, Joshua Sherwell, and Mike Stock, The Kill Screen: Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost will be a new 70-page collection, and follows a whole new group of characters leading up to the technological apocalypse that has devastated the world in the previous releases of the series. As the world is taken over by computer glitches, memes, and more, it will be intriguing to see the actual fall into that bizarre post-apocalypse scenario finally on the page.
Perfect for both existing and new readers of the critically acclaimed series, this standalone story has already far exceeded its original goal amount, hitting its goal within its very first day on Kickstarter. It's also a short campaign, with only five days left to get involved in backing the series and getting your copies locked in.
The collection will also feature artwork and stories by Chris Imber, Lukasz Kowalczuk, and Jim Lavery, plus an essay by Doctor Shaun Kimber.
The Kill Screen has always been a fantastic series, and one of the best coming out of the UK Indie comic scene, so this is well worth putting your money behind and seeing what's next in the story. With a truly original take on the whole post-apocalypse disaster trope, The Kill Screen really brings readers something different with a powerful suspenseful story — and a wry sense of twisted humour to it, too.
Backing the series now can get you digital and print versions of the new book, plus a number of extras, so getting involved in The Kill Screen now is well worth it.